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Euthanasia is a lethal injection or drinkable liquid that gives a fast painless way of death Talking about euthanasia is a hard topic Should people consider how they want to die Healthy and terminally ill people sometimes think of their death Terminally ill people sometimes see it like it is their only freedom from their sick bodiesThe word euthanasia originates from the Greek terms eu meaning happy or good and thantos meaning death There is also voluntary euthanasia and involuntary euthanasia The difference between voluntary euthanasia and involuntary is that voluntary is with consent There are a few different ways to assist a death such as assisted suicide and physician-assisted suicide Assisted suicide is when someone knowing and willingly knows that the intention is death Yet they still assist Physician assisted suicide is when the physician prescribes the patient a higher dose of medication knowing what the patients intentions are In this type of situation the patient takes the medicationPeople often get confused and think these are all the same but they really are not The process is different but they lead to the same result Although many remain uneducated on the subjects of physician-assisted suicide and self-deliverance pro-euthanasia sentiment continues to grow in popularity and poses a major morality issueTHE ARGUMENTThere is lots of controversy about the topic euthanasia and whether it should be legal or illegal Should people be allowed to choose to die The common argument of euthanasia often depends on the method used to take the patients life Everyone has their own opinion and way of seeing it Some of the things that can affect ones judgment on euthanasia areReligious believesAgeBackgroundEthnicityGenderPoliticsMedical worldSome of the arguments of euthanasia being allowed areThe Right to Die- this point of view is mostly activist who see as human have the right to choose death At the time they want it when and how As long as
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