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Artur Fedko Z3 Euthanasia either painlessly putting to death or failing to prevent death from natural causes in cases of terminal illness or irreversible coma The term comes from the Greek expression for good death Now this short definition is a cause of debates all over the world Doctors politicians religious leaders lawyers and general public argue over the legislation that would allow or forbid euthanasia There are only two countries which permit such activity these are Netherlands and Belgium and the state of Oregon in the United States Should people be forced to stay alive Should people who suffer from excruciating pain and are hooked up to machines in order to stay alive have the right to decide for themselves whether to live like that or not Just one answer comes to our mind - Yes they should So why isnt so There are people who want to stay alive no matter how painful it may be but there are people who wont stand the severe pain they are exposed to Being nailed to bed for weeks months or even worse years is not the idea of perfect life for anyone Those people suffer great deal of physical and mental pain which in the end leads to depression Being aware of the fact that everything was done and nothing has helped must be devastating Those who are still mentally alert should be allowed to leave if it is their wish to do so On the other hand everyone wants to live for as long as it is possible Even though patients are aware of their fatal condition they dont lose hope for cure In some cases it may make them even stronger If there is a right emotional and spiritual support for both the patient and patients family the desire to end life fades away Sometimes it is just a matter of right medicine to limit the pain and to
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