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More than 5000 people die each year from euthanasia IAETF electronic source Euthanasia is defined as intentionally making someone die rather than allowing them to die naturally Of those 5000 that die 2000 of the deaths were active deaths by injection or suffocation while the other 3000 were killed by having their life-support systems disconnected About half of these killings were not even for terminally ill patients just people who were in great pain Bender Isnt it the primary obligation of the medical profession to preserve life not end it A persons life is to be treated with respect and by killing them is not being respectful It has always been a choice for a patient to have their life-support system disconnected but no one should be murdered by injection or pills Euthanasia is illegal in 49 states of the US and is the number one from of suicidal death Boucher Euthanasia goes against religious beliefs It ends a persons life prematurely and could lead to the atrocities that were seen during the Nazi era If people are meant to die then they will Only God has the right to terminate life since God is the creator of it Some may argue God wants people to live their life without pain But doesnt everybody live everyday with pain Gods only son lived in pain and was killed in pain Why then would God want it to be any different for mankind Also people dont kill themselves when they break their wrist even though it is painful Then why kill someone when they are sick and in pain All the doctors who kill their patients are trying to be God and are not helping the patient No one has the right to play God Everyone has the duty to lead their life in accordance with Gods plan and euthanasia violates His plan Mankind was brought into this world to live life to its fullest and by
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