Letter of agreement and disagreement expression of this law of sentences … We accept the killing of mercy for animals, but we do not care about the suffering and economic catastrophe that people do not allow to end their lives, I take care of my father, who has a type of dementia in the terminal phase. He can`t leave. He can`t talk. He can barely keep his eyes open. Maybe he only lives with dementia, he`s bitten into an endless nightmare of taking care of someone who doesn`t know who I am. I don`t like it, but because someone says help in dying is illegal, I live in slavery. Why is it normal for me to put an end to the suffering of a pet that I have to suffer and to let my father suffer? Maybe the drugs will relieve her pain, but is the quality of life painless? He can`t do anything useful, and he doesn`t remember everything he does. It`s, the more I deal with him, the more I suffocate him with a cushion that seems more and more tempting.
Then you can all complain about my quality of life, because I sublet for free with free food in a prison cell paid for with taxpayers` money. 6.C`s the worst movie we`ve ever seen. (Disagreement) – Forgive me for interfering, but I don`t need to agree. There are strong supporters on both sides of the debate for and against euthanasia. The word euthanasia comes from two Greek words, “eu means good” and thanatos means death. Proponents of euthanasia believe that it is everyone`s right to die at the time of their choice and in a way of choice when faced with a deadly disease, instead of suffering to the end. Opponents argue that euthanasia cannot be a matter of self-determination and personal conviction, because it is an act that requires two people to make it possible and an complicit society to make them acceptable. They see euthanasia as the equivalent of murder that violates the law throughout civilized society. So we are inserting respect for human life into a secular pluralistic society – Oh my Lord, you don`t need to go to work tomorrow, do you? 2.D , in saying this, Helen tried to evaluate the testimony, whether a patient decides to go to PAS, they have already made the decision to be an organ donor, or not, well before the procedure. No correlation was shown between the number of people who are willing to be organ donors when they have been subjected to PAS (From the Oregon Studies).
We would also say that an organ initiative would reduce the amount of care that is provided even in the case of a PAS. Because now, the focus is not on the patient, but on his organs. In the status quo, people who are registered donors are sometimes held against their will on life support (against their will, which we did not like) to determine the durability of organs for transplantation. If patients who have been released under the guidelines of the PASSEPORT proposal are already terminally ill and therefore already have defective organs that are not in good condition for a transplant. [www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/04/03/AR2007040302062.html]] Euthanasia is the conscious development of a person`s death for the good of that person.