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To be free or not to be is that a question Imagine your loved one who was once full of life and spirit and now due to an horrific accident or a terrible disease can now only move thanks to a wheelchair or breathe thanks to an oxygen tank Imagine someone you love in pain and imagine them knowing that as well In todays society we are faced with many everyday decisions One of the last decisions that we would want to make is whether to live or to die Making it a law that people dont have the right to choose takes away their ultimate rights Euthanasia is the idea of voluntary suicide for a person or persons By taking away the right whether to die this way or not is just the same as taking away the right of freedom or the right to choose ones religion What is the difference between euthanasia and when a doctor kills a baby in the fetus due to deformities When discussing euthanasia there are many things to keep in mind There is the emotions of the family the money it is costing to keep this ill patient alive and the patients feelings A bog thing today is money On average a family or families will spend eight to twelve thousand dollars a year on medicine for someone with euthanasia nrlc dept of med ethics Is this any type of money to be paying for someone who isnt going to survive no matter what I t could go towards food or shelter or even a car With that said imagine what kind of emotions would fly around in the family of the patient I mean at first I am sure they wouldnt understand it then would go on to blame them selves for what is happening top there loved one If they have a kid how do they explain to them that their mother
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