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Heinz and the Chemist This essay will prove why Heinz had the right to take the drug from the chemist to save his wifes life There are many points that are morally right and humanly right Not only does Heinz save a life but also teaches the chemist that he can not put a price on life When Heinz went to the chemist to ask for the drug Heinz said that he has sold all of his possessions and only has his wife left He offered to work off the rest of the payment for the drug or do anything the chemist says Because the chemist refused to accept any offer except to have the one-thousand dollars in cash this gives Heinz every reason in the world to take the drug to save his wifes life The chemist did not lose anything except the drug that took ten dollars to make The chemist could look at Heinz stealing the drug as an investment Heinz left the chemist five-hundred dollars which could easily provide the chemist with enough ingredients to make many more doses of this drug The chemist could then take these many doses of this life-saving drug and provide it to people at a lower cost If people are able to afford the drug they will buy it if needed and the chemist will be able to make a profit on his drug The chemist could also find out that Heinz took the drug and press any charges on Heinz because of the money left behind Heinz would not be upset by this because he already offered the chemist everything he had Even if the chemist would want Heinz put to death for stealing the drug Heinz has got to feel morally right knowing that he saved his wifes life Heinz had nothing to lose if he got caught stealing the drug and everything to lose if he did not steal the
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