Where are people getting the idea that "life is created just to be destroyed?"
Many of the embryos come from fertility clinics, where life is being created... to create life. That process leaves leftover embryos, if you'll forgive the term, because the success rate is so low they have to attempt multiple embryos at a time. These embryos can either go in a burner or into a lab where they might help save lives. Unless you oppose IVF, in which case your opposition to use of these embryos almost makes sense.
One of you will end up here next!
Either way I'm still against creating life to destroy it with tax payer money. Leftovers from fertility clinics with the biological parents approval would be Ok since they'll be destroyed anyway.
Because medicine once had somethin called ethics, and those are going away to chase the dollar?
Actually, Europe doesn't have these bans. Nor does Canada or Japan nor Autralia. For some reason those countries are suddenly so backwards technologically that their efforts to produce anything useful from dead babies have all failed? Only with dollars stolen from Americans morally opposed to using dead babies to advance the bank accounts of medicine will the Magic Key be unlocked?We simply don't have enough embryonic stem cell lines under the ban to do meaningful research on them, so who knows what is waiting around the corner.
Hmmm? Researchers around the world are withering on the vine because little old US of A has a law preventing the slaughter of babies for medical research?
That make a lot of sense to you?
In vitro fertilization is flawed technology and should be removed from the market until such time it is no longer producing more people than incubators exist to grow.
That what you wanted to hear? That some of us aren't bothered that some physically defective people won't be able to pass their genes on to the future? Well, that's how it works in nature, and four billion years of evolution can't be all wrong. Let the scientists perfect their technique with dogs and chimps before unacceptably creating too many people in their petry dishes.
That plain enough?
Then let's just say that someone's non-existent right to make copies of their DNA does not extend to a right to intentionally create more people than can be grown into adults.