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The difference between active and passive euthanasia are not quite as cruel and malicious as commonly thought Passive euthanasia is the fairly common practice of withholding medical treatment from a patient whose biological chances of surviving are obsolete This is often considered to be morally correct This because the patient or immediate families decide whether life is worth the pain and agony However this act of withstanding from medical amenities is quite often more painful than living out you life under medication Another form of euthanasia is active This is the deliberate and intentional practice in which the patient is killed by his own request This is usually practiced when there is serious physical or mental deterioration due to illness This practice is thought to be immoral and against doctors motives Therefore it is illegalTo judge something to be immoral I believe that there has to be a contemptuous motive Like Rachels I believe that assisted suicide is looked at in such disregard for the fact that killing is always held with unethical and hateful aspects In spite of this being that the motive for the doctors killing is to help stop unbearable pain and to speed up his patients inevitable and immediate death the doctor is in no way acting immoral or unethical I believe that assisted suicide should be legal in the United States but it should also be strictly restrained There has to be undeniable proof of an unavoidable death or of an uncurable disease that may cause its victim uncontrollable and severe pain and distress It is not my contention that suicide is always the best solution but more simply that it should be an available alternative when warranted by extreme discomfort It is my belief that letting someone die is no more or less immoral than to give that same person a lethal injectionMany practicing Christians may and do have problems with this concept This because of one of the
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