Physician-Assisted Suicide Analysis

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Many times in life we are faced with difficult decisions, but is it you who are making the decisions, or is someone else making the decision for you? When it comes to ending a person’s life, because of a terminal illness, it should be the patient’s decision. Physician-Assisted Suicide or PSA has been an issue for many decades, questioning its morality, and the legal issues it could face if legalized. The history of self-assisted suicide dates back to the Roman and Greeks, where scholars approved of the decision to hasten death due to illness. In reading Barry Rosenfeld’s book, Assisted Suicide and the Right to Die, he writes about how physicians were praised for their knowledge of poisons and how it could help to produce a quick and painless
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