Physician-assisted suicide helps patient’s families as well by allowing family members not to see their families suffering anymore, and can also help end the expensive medical bills that can pile up associated with caring for a dying family member. Physician-assisted suicide can also help physicians and other medical professionals focus on more of the people who want to live or still have options left. When a physician spends more time helping a patient who has a stronger chance of living, it gives the patient much needed attention and resources from medical professionals to continue to reach towards living. The legalization of physician-assisted suicide has been benefits that would help everyone involved in the process of treating the terminally ill.
Throughout the United States many terminally ill patients are beginning to find a new option in physician-assisted suicide. The legalization of physician-assisted suicide could be helpful to terminally ill patients in several ways. For many patients attempting suicide could not only dangerous and extremely painful, but attempting suicide on their own could end in failure. If a person fails in