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What does life hold for a person who is only living by the technology of a life support machine The person who is ill does not have a chance of waking up and being able to live a normal life So how can we let this simple act of humanity be against the law These days every one sees life support machines as lifesavers which in many cases they are They allow people to get up after an illness or accident and carry on with their lives as normal However it is not always that way in lots of cases people suffer from cancer or other life threatening illnesses and are put onto life support machines to help all their organs and parts of their bodies work properly Here is where having mercy and ending their life peacefully can help when people are suffering like this That is the only thing keeping their hearts beating so surely It could not be considered evil to turn the life support machine off so that the person can quietly and painlessly slip away and leave behind the l ife of pain and suffering Apart from the pain the person suffering from the illness there is a lot more pain that is felt by others who love the person Seeing the person they love just lingering on a painful life with no signs of waking up is very detrimental When a member of the family or friend is so ill it almost seems as though their soul is lost and all that is left is the body The person will never be the same again so the people who love that person realize that there will be no hope nor do they even expect a miracle The persons condition may go on for months even years the person is ticking by with constant time When in reality they are just about half-dead with a machine keeping their other
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