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A Way to Stop the Pain Imagine your mother as an old woman She has not been felling well so she goes into the doctors office for some tests she is found to have cancer of the liver She is given an operation shortly there after however it dose not go well the cancer has spread and they can not take it all out the blood she was given in the operation was bad HIV positive The doctors our sorry for there mistake and give her only one year to live Over the next couple of months her conditions get worse she comes down with a common cold and her body can not fight it She is in and out of the Hospital she can not walk and has trouble eating she has lost all her hair from the radiation and the pain just gets worse with every passing day She is eighty-one years old and tells you she fells her time is up she has done all she has wanted she has said her good byes and she wants help out What do you do Is the answer euthanasia physician-assisted suicide or do you let her live out the rest of her short life in pain and misery In the The Wrongfulness of Euthanasia by J Gay-Williams there is three many arguments against euthanasia the argument from nature the argument from self-interest and the argument from practical effects In the first argument nature is used to show what is wrong with Euthanasia That every human desires life and wants to continue living That euthanasia sets us apart from our own nature and that it dose harm to our dignity Gay-Williams p454 He talks about the processes of nature and how it is humane nature to live and to strive to stay alive How people get out of dangerous situations as fast or by any means possible Thus euthanasia rejects our basic
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