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Persuasive Essay On Euthanasia

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Sarah Hughes
English -102-13
November 1,2015
Mark Dudick To treat or not to treat

Euthanasia/ physician assisted suicide is a hard topic to decide if you are for or against it. I would have to choose for because people with terminally ills should have the right to die if they want to or live. I believe that aid death has been around for a long time. for example, when someone is in a coma or vegetative stage and the doctor believe the best is to end their suffering , so they give the lethal injection or they will put a Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) on the patient. I believe that pathos and logos going to be a big part of this topic. It get goes to your emotions and makes people think that aid-death has been around for a while.
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