• The Enemy of Mankind
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  • The Enemy of Mankind

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It was ten in the morning, time for Professor Taylor’s class. Nobody wanted to miss it, so the room was full. Dennis Preston was there too, but outside the classroom, hoping for an opportunity to schedule the interview with the professor for his magazine.

Taylor’s car pulled up some distance from the class. He neared the class. Just as he was about to enter, Monty greeted him and said, “Professor, may I ask a small favor?”

“Oh, I was just about to ask you for a favor,” said the professor, surprised, and with a smile.

Monty was thrilled. “With pleasure, Professor. Just let me know what it is, and consider it done.”

“I’ll let you know before I leave after class. What can I do for you?

“Sir, this is my friend, Dennis, a journalist. He wants an interview with you.” Monty was hesitant.

Taylor thought for a moment. “Okay,” he said. “Let’s go into the class.” Then, turning toward Dennis, he said, “You can have the interview in the class itself. You come to class too.

Let your questions be relevant. Don’t waste class time. Don’t get personal.”

While Monty felt relieved, Dennis felt immensely happy.

He was only too happy to accept the terms the professor had set. In no time, the news spread through the whole class. The class was in the seminar hall. It was at full capacity, all the students eager to listen to Professor Taylor.

Dennis cleared his throat, getting ready with his first question.

Everyone was waiting for it.

“Cloning is now the hot topic of discussion among scientists around the world,” Dennis shot his first question. “But before we go into that, what is the latest about stem cell research? How far have we progressed?”

“The progress in stem cell research is very encouraging,” the professor began. “The research in this area can be called the greatest of this century. Stem cells are the primary cells. They are extracted from the embryo. If stem cell research makes the desired progress, it has the potential to offer cure for disorders like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.”

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