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Living to die or is it dying to liveSuicide the intentional act of killing oneself Britain abolished punishment for attempted suicide in 1961 and by the early 1990s only two US states still listed suicide as a crime Columbia Encyclopedia The Japanese have long held to practice called Hara-Kiri another form of suicide Most religions look down on this practice because it goes against their core values As we examine the reasoning behind suicide can we make a decision of whether it should be legal or illegal Is there a place for suicide in our cultures Statistically there is a rise in suicides although there are vast ages that can account for these statistics the significant increase is by those of the elderly genre Is this a sign of things to come are we looking at a new trend of doctor assisted suicides In most cases this is true yes Can we justify the young and their cases of suicide Since 1950s the cases of younger genre has tripled their cases For many reasons the younger people of the world have far too many cases that would just over run the means of my project so at present time there is no need to continue However the most increased controversial cases stem from the elderly and the terminally ill As the price of health care increases and retirements decrease there is a bigger demand on health issues Among the elderly we are seeing more cases of cancers heart attaches dementia and other serious issues There are some members of society that refer to this behavior as Doctor-assisted suicide and Doctor-assisted murder in fact the real name for this is called Euthanasia it derives from Greek word meaning eu and thanatos which together mean a good death In any order that a person wants to examine this we have to refer to it as the correct term Euthanasia Regardless of
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