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Euthanasia is a very controversial topic People argue as to whether or not a person who is terminally ill or handicap should have the right or not to ask their doctor or relatives to die by euthanasia People say that dying by euthanasia is to die with dignity instead of living an artificial life on respirators and other life support machines My personal feelings on this topic is one of the minority If a person is terminally ill and there is nothing anyone can do for them why should they have to suffer Not only do they suffer but their family does also They will watch as their condition gets worse and then the vision in their head of the loved one who has finally died many months after they were diagnose as terminally ill is a memory of a person lying there helpless not able to feed themselves get out of bed or talk to you One notable euthanasia case would be Sue Rodrigous She had a disease known as Lou Gehrigs disease or ALS which is a rare incurable disease of the nervous system ALS gradually destroys the nerves that control the muscles The results of which are weakness paralysis and eventually death That is what Sue Rodrigous was suffering from for well over a year Knowing that her condition was only going to get worse and eventually after the pain and suffering would result in death Sue wanted to die She wanted people to remember her as a lively healthy woman not just a body lying helpless in a hospital bed With that thought in mind Sue went to court to fight for right to die by euthanasia The courts did not agree with her though Dr Jack Kevorkian proposed the creation of a new medical specialist the obitiarist who would assist terminally ill patients to take their own lives subject to strict guidelines His patient also suffered from
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