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Milosz Kucharski 1In my opinion the young doctor did not do a right professional choice helping the police officer first The professional choice should be made to the advantage of the gunman who was in the worse condition A professional choice requires a doctor to chose a side of a person who is more seriously sick or injured regardless of other issues On the other hand the doctor made a right moral decision because a policeman was an innocent man who also had family If one of them would have to die it would be a right moral decision to save a person like the policeman with wife and children who need him than to save a worthless criminal who had no family to take care of 2I do not think that doctor Myricks experimentation is a noble guest I think that taking homeless people from the street and experimenting on them causing a great pain or death are just to extreme way However I can understand the need of sacrifice few people in order to help millions In my opinion killing people is morally wrong and it does not matter who you kill That is why I think that Dr Myricks experimentation is not a noble guest Maybe the alternative way would be to seek volunteers for such experiments who are for example sick with no chance for recovering 3Guys answer for the Dr Myricks question is yes he would do anything to be able to walk again This scene and particularly Dr Myricks question is very important because it makes Guy and also viewers realize that he and probably we all in such situation would do anything to walk again no matter if it would be morally right or wrong 4There is a connection between euthanasia that was performed by Guys father and the experiments of Dr Myrick The practices of both doctors Dr Myrick and Guys father led
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