Michael Cook did a BA at Harvard and an incredibly long cadetship at the Sydney Morning Herald’s subs desk changing semi-colons into commas. After wandering aimlessly through life he stumbled upon bioethics during a decade of bushwalking in Hobart. Eventually he climbed the greasy pole and became one of the world’s approximately two bioethics journalists. His op-ed contributions have been published in most Australian papers and in the UK and US. He edits an on-line bioethics newsletter, BioEdge, and an internet magazine, MercatorNet, from Melbourne. Apart from barracking for Collingwood, he has no criminal record.
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