Monday, August 30, 2010

When Dr. Alexander Fleming, founder of penicillin, was asked why he would not test on a dog, a rat or an orphaned child, his reply was, “Why would I test a cure for a human malaise on a species of God that has done nothing to our species but try to endure us? And furthermore, the minute we begin to test on children is the very minute I shall stop attempting to find cures to save us as a race.”