Arguments Against Doctor Assisted Suicide

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Secondly, doctor assisted suicides might give too much power into doctors’ hand. Their approach to a patient’s condition could determine the outcome of an illness. They may find it easier to agree on assisted suicide than finding a solution to the problem. According to the oath they are all obliged to take, they have the strongest part in defending human life. Thus, assisting to somebody’s death is out of their authority. In contrast, one might agree with the idea claiming that we only have one life, therefore it’s our natural right to decide whether we want to put ourselves through suffer or not. However, it seems ti be an unquestionable agreement, another question comes with it: if our lives were given to us, shouldn’t the one who gave
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