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Euthanasia is a controversial subject not only because there are many different moral dilemmas associated with it but also in what constitutes its definition At the extreme ends of disagreement advocates say euthanasia also known as physician aid in dying is a good or merciful death Opponents of euthanasia say its a fancy word for murder While both arguments contain valid points whose choice is it in the end to end a human life If euthanasia is banned then we are forcing people to stay alive against their own will If we allow physicians to aid patients in ending their lives then we are taking Gods role into our own hands When these two arguments are analyzed it becomes clear that this is not an argument of who is right and wrong but whether or not we should be able to choose when we want to leave the world In this paper I will examine the two sides of euthanasia and the arguments it presents Furthermore I will expound on its pros and cons for each side and also provide knowledge of different forms of euthanasia and the laws that govern it Finally I will scrutinize the interest of preserving ones life versus the desire to die with dignity There are reasons that would make a person lean toward the side of euthanasia as there are reasons that would turn someone away from euthanasia The arguments against euthanasia include the churchs view on the topic of suicide The arguments in favor of euthanasia include the patients wish to have dignity However regardless of the patients wishes suicide is against the law If a person has a living will it would allow the doctors to lawfully end any life preserving treatment However the termination of life cannot be done without a living will The decision to allow a patient to end his or her life is clearly not an easy one The courts feel that unless
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