24) Every one of us has the right to choose the route we want our life to take, from the beginning to the end we should be able to do what we believe is best for us. Which is why euthanasia should be legalized to allow suffering human beings die in peace. Whenever a family member is diagnosed with a incurable illness it seems to impact the entire family. Even though it is not the entire family who is ill they all are hurt sentimentally to be notified that there is no way they could save their loved one from passing on. Worst of all to have to be through all the pain the patient undergoes as they are at the point where their book closes.
Needless suffering will continue in the US if the laws are not changed to reflect the current changes in medical care. The first argument for euthanasia is that commit suicide should be legal in general because there are people who’s being treated for so long and there’s nothing that could heal them to live longer. Why shouldn’t they allow the patients to choose their lives? So in order for them not to suffer they should have the permission from a doctor to commit suicide. It’s painful for those who wants to end their lives, but it’s more painful if
If euthanasia became legalized then it would ruin the future by letting the all ill patients die without letting them to say goodbye to their family or our close people. We all are valuable and no one’s life should be sacrificed. Legalized euthanasia would not be beneficial in the long run because people may be asked to volunteer to die, doctors would give up on their patients and it will ruin the future of medical advancement. Pressure could kill some people and abuse them. Especially, someone who is weakened by ill.
If I knew that I could die, I would live. My life, my death, my choice”. Terminally ill patient who are in extreme pain should be granted the right to ask for euthanasia because no one wants to live in
Therefore, authorities should refrain from enacting euthanasia laws due to euthanasia accounting for many lives and disregarding doctors' oath. In a direct response to permitting euthanasia practices, the fear of evitable, mass kil... ... middle of paper ... ...is profession's goals. Therefore, to keep the value and prestige a doctor claims to obtain, assisted suicide should not expand. Yet, one must not only look at assisted dying from a doctor’s perspective, but also look at euthanasia from a patient’s perspective. If doctors deliberately prescribe death to suffering patients, more patients will die since the only way to escape anguish seems by ceasing one’s life.
Euthanasia traditionally means a “good death.” The term has traditionally been used to refer to the hastening of a suffering person’s death or “mercy killing.” The legalization of euthanasia is important for the patient because it would give dying people a choice to determine if they want to fight the disease or end their suffering. Since I strongly believe the quality of human life is far more important than the length of life, therefore I am for legalizing of euthanasia. The reason I am for legalizing of euthanasia is because I don’t like the feeling of pain. I don’t think anyone likes that feeling. I hate seeing other people suffering from all kind of diseases.
When all facts are taken into consideration, the side of illegalizing physician-assisted suicide prospers as the correct choice. Physician-assisted suicide should be illegal because it ensures that patients are not being pressured to die, and it keeps doctors from breaking their Hippocratic Oath. Also, those that are for physician-assisted suicide falsely use the concept of dignity. Frequently, when a patient is in intensive care or has some sort of deadly disease, they require a lot of medical attention. However, they also require an equal amount of attention and support from their family and friends.
Many people worry that because it is a more affordable option that doctors will try and persuade a patient into the direction of physician assisted suicide. This is not true though, a doctor has to give the patient all their options not matter the cost. Also if the patient is directed into believing physician assisted suicide is their best option, they have to go through a different doctor and convince them that physician assisted suicide is what they really want. The right to die gives patients a sense of power. These patients have lost almost all control of their physical health, the only thing they have left, is to enjoy their last weeks or months of living.
Sincerely this way for looking for a non suffering death is very inhumane. Euthanasia is a very non-ethical especially for the physicians who have to medicate this and watch this happen to their patients. How would you feel watching people die more and more quickly each day because of this drug? It must be heartbreaking especially if you studied to try to save people’s lives. We should try to fix a problem instead of creating new ones with euthanasia.
In my o... ... middle of paper ... ...illness to die because of the emotional burden that succeeds death. By ending the life of the ill, you can no longer enjoy and spend time with the said loved one before their due time quickly approaches. The bottom line for these believers is that ending a life is playing the God role and even those who don’t believe in God believe nature must take its course. In the end, death is a concrete option for those who are suffering and do not see living life as an option any longer. Many see euthanasia as inhumane and religiously erroneous, but we must view this decision from the eyes of the suffering patient.