Euthanasia Is The Killing Of A Patient Essay

804 Words Apr 25th, 2015 4 Pages
Does anyone have the right to take another person’s life? That 's a great enquiry to think before we all go around auxiliary euthanasia. Euthanasia is the killing of a patient suffering from an incurable and painful disease, typically by the administration of large doses of painkilling drugs. Though they may make it sound compassionate as though they are doing it for the mercy of the patient, it would be reasonable if the patient was to say or sign that they were ready just as they sign to say they are willing to be euthanized. A natural death is one that is primarily tied to an illness or an internal memo function of the body not directly influenced by external forces.
I sturdily support natural death because everyone should have a chance to keep fighting for their life, it is not up to anyone to say that they will not endure. I oppose euthanasia because, though it may sound like a reasonable death, it is against some of the patients will. Euthanasia has also proven to be immoral because even though some people may sign to be euthanized some are not given the option and the burden is thrown upon here loved ones for example, if they are in a coma or in the hospital for a long period of time and the doctors loses hope, it is just the same as giving up because I have heard and read of stories where people wake up from 5-10 year commas (Grimminck). I also stalwartly advocate natural death because from a religious person’s perspective a human should not have the power over life…

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