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EUTHANASIAAn eighty-seven year old grandmother on a respirator a newborn child with AIDS and a father in a coma all put to death by respectable doctors with the OK of their families But is it really OK Euthanasia or doctor-assisted suicide has become as common as jumping off of a fifteen story building or taking a gun to ones own head Certainly society frowns upon suicide but yet putting an old lady or a man in a coma to death is being accepted every day Society knows that suicide is bad but euthanasia is even worse The guilt and blame of a lost life is falling on the hands of doctors that we are supposed to trust and even worse the family members themselves A doctor is to be known as a healer not an agent of death A family is supposed to love and support not kill and inherit Every person makes the light of the world brighter The world needs everyones power and contribution Its the power and energy of the elderly and the s trength and will of the ill that give the world life The light has become very dim with the crime and corruption in todays world we cant afford to throw lives away because some think theyre meaningless If we continue to accept the merciless killings and suicides of the helpless but powerful the light will soon burn out There will be no energy in the world Euthanasia and doctor-assisted suicide should not be accepted or allowed by the government and people of the United StatesStatistics show that seventy-three percent of the US population approved of some form of euthanasia This is used constantly in debates to pass laws for making euthanasia legal But the people are deceived by this number When the poll was taken the people were asked if they approved of some form of euthanasia There are two forms of euthanasia active and passive It is
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