Euthanasia right or wrong? People should have a choice whether they should live or die, it is cruel to leave them in pain and it would be murder if doctors use euthanasia to kill patients who did not ask to die. Euthanasia should be allowed provided that all consent has been given by the patients themselves. It is up to the patients to decide if they want to kill themselves or end their pain.
Incurable disease Is not something someone should live with, they should not be made to stay on the life support machine or countless amounts of drugs to sustain heir Illness to help try to prolong their life, when these things are not actually helping them at all. Many Laws in Europe sees euthanasia as illegal because they want to keep the patient alive much longer but they know that by doing that they are prolonging the patient’s pain, keeping the patient in immense suffering in the hope they will find a cure one day.
At the moment euthanasia is illegal in the UK as It is in other European countries apart from the Netherlands, Switzerland, and now Belgium. The cost of keeping a patient alive against their will is more expensive than letting them die. Many patients are In Immense suffering and may choose death as a way out, Religious views says that we cannot do whatever we want to our bodies, our bodies Is not our own God made us and knows what we need here on earth and therefore we should believe his law ;thou sail not kill” The law sees no basis for permitting suicide or mercy killing.
Survive without euthanasia and the world will become a respectable place A considerable size of society Is In favor of euthanasia and belle that If euthanasia had been made legal well over 40 years ago there would be no need for a hospice. But patients expected to die within days who surprise everyone with their extraordinary recoveries every doctor has experienced this wonderful embarrassment. Acceptance of death often leads to an increased quality of the life the terminally ill has remaining.
A terminally Ill person lives better knowing that he may gain control 1 OFF Terminally ill persons who have had control over their living expect to have control over their dying. They are being denied this last choice. The denial to fulfill their wishes is not yet well recognized as being a violation of human rights. This may be because the motive is good. The general idea of preserving life is good, but carrying it out to an extreme is not. Following one’s religion is good, but imposing it on another is not.
Each person has autonomy over his life. Persons whose quality of life is nonexistent should have the right to decide to commit suicide, and to seek assistance if necessary. To deny a person control over his or her own life is immoral. It is an abuse of human rights, and should be illegal. In addition, dying can be slow and agonizing. Pain, which can be devastating, is not the only problem. Other symptoms, such as breathlessness and nausea, can be worse and even harder to relieve.
The best palliative care and strongest pain medication often cannot remedy the ravages of chronic illness (Humphrey 73). The vomiting, wasting, immobility, incontinence, and total dependence are elements of some deaths that destroy life s quality. Under these circumstances, some people simply want to get it over with. They must have the legal right to choose a gentle, humane, quick, and certain death and to be assisted by a doctor who can prescribe the appropriate means.
Compassionate doctors have helped dying patients to end their lives by turning off life support, giving large doses of morphine, or prescribing more sleeping pills than necessary. Nevertheless, this secret, unpredictable, and illegal practice depends more on the doctors courage and compassion than on the patients needs and wishes (Rhenium and Weber 78-80). Doctors should have a choice, too. They would not have to comply with requests for an overdose or lethal injection, but they would have the option of doing so without becoming criminals.
The point is not to preserve every living thing possible, but to protect the interests of individuals to have the right of choice to die. People who oppose euthanasia have argued constantly doctors have often been known to miscalculate or to make mistakes. Euthanasia does not have to prevent medical researchers from inventing new cures or trying new methods in saving a life. Having new cures that are successful will reduce the number of patients wanting to die. Recent news says medical researchers have now reported on new methods of treating and curing anger patients.
News such as this would let those who think they “are better off dead” have confidence and hope for a life to live. Euthanasia is said to be a painless, happy easy death, there are two main types of euthanasia: passive and active and both are illegal in Europe passive involves taking a patient off their life support and letting nature take it’s course on them. The fear of death is powerful but to some terminally ill who want to take their own life to ease their pain do not fear death at all.
The publics view on a patient’s right to euthanasia as changed, new laws have been passed to enable a patient to refuse life support this infuriates Christian beliefs, but the reasons why a patient would choose are going to die so they take the easy way out. Euthanasia is a question of choice, empowering people to have control over their own bodies, most religious arguments believes that God gave life, and only he should decide whether to extend it or end it. Non religious beliefs say it is murder, no living being in the world should ever make this decision to end their life.