Essay On The Pros And Cons Of Euthanasia

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Euthanasia or Mercy killing is the end of terminally ill patient 's’ life. The word originates from the Greek words which “Eu” means great and “Thanatosis” means killing (Dowbiggin, 2003). "The deliberate act undertaken by one person with the intention of ending the life of another person in order to relieve that person 's suffering where that act is the cause of death" This quote is found on the page:
It was written by Anne Mullens and was published by University of Ottawa Press in 2001.
The quotation shows the definition of Euthanasia. Although some countries allow Euthanasia such as Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, and some states in United State include Washington, Oregon, New Mexico, and Vermont, in many countries, euthanasia is not legalized. Many arguments focus on this topic whether euthanasia is rightful or not. Those who are in favour of euthanasia state that it can help economy, save many lives, and maintain human rights. Whereas those who go against euthanasia claim that life is important and euthanasia will lead to very disturbing situations. However, I strongly believe
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In summary, there are many advantages and disadvantages of euthanasia. For pros perspective, it can help economic issues, save many lives by donating organs, and maintain a right for patients and the families who request it. For cons perspective, euthanasia is not valid because every life is valuable; everyone is human being who is worth to live. In like manner, it is unethical and it leads doctors to have less responsibilities for their jobs. Personally, euthanasia should be legal because it can help economic issues which is one of the most problems in the society and it allow patients to decide about themselves. Euthanasia will help many people more and more in the future. Nowadays, not many people deeply understand about euthanasia. I think that it will become more popular in the future if people try to understand and focus more on

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