This is from a study that labels the benefits of ESCR:
“Because embryos are kept in a permanent state of early development, they are ideal candidates for drug and medical testing. While they are still alive, without a host body in which they can develop, they will never become fully human. However, since they are alive, testing can be conducted in a variety of fashions. A scientist will be able to infect them with a disease and attempt to test various treatments. Advances in the research of cancer, spinal cord injuries, diabetes, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and schizophrenia can all benefit from this research. In addition, no human or animal testing needs to be conducted, which will save the lives of both. According to PETA, more than 70 million animals are killed, blinded or otherwise injured by medical testing each year. Embryonic stem cell research will help bring this number down.”
Life begins at conception, so these embryos are already human. The entire process of this doesn’t see the embryos as being human and claps itself on the back by saying “no human or animal testing needs to be conducted.” There have been no recorded cures using ESCR, but in the field of adult stem cell research there are many more advances. ASCR is supported by the Holy See because it doesn’t harm anyone, let alone kill them.