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Is Euthanasia Justified?

Euthanasia is an act or practice of killing or permitting of hopelessly sick or injured persons in a relatively painless way for reasons of mercy. The proponents of euthanasia are of the view that it is better to end the lives of the people who have been suffering from incurable diseases and have been enduring unbearable pain because of them. The opponents of euthanasia argue that it is against the law of nature to take away a person’s life. Euthanasia can be considered in cases where the persons diagnosed with terminal sickness have been suffering unbearable pain for a long time or when such individuals are without care.

Pain is an important factor while considering euthanasia for a terminally ill individual. Certain terminal illnesses cause intense pain at regular intervals or without any fixed pattern. Sometimes, the pain that the individuals suffer is so excruciating that the doctors and relatives feel that they should pass away than suffer such pain.

Taking care of a terminally sick person is a very demanding task. It requires the caregiver to be physically, mentally, and emotionally strong, especially when the person is suffering from a physically and mentally degenerating sickness. When the person is affected by such a disease he or she requires extraordinary care. But, when there is no one to take care of the person, euthanasia is considered as the only possible option.

The opponents of euthanasia claim that euthanasia goes against the fundamental right to live and thus a serious human right violation. While euthanasia aims to end an individual’s life, it must not be equated with merciless killing or an act of killing done in cold blood. Euthanasia is considered with the intention to relieve the individual affected with an incurable disease from suffering continuous, intolerable pain.

The people who are against euthanasia argue that if euthanasia is permitted it can be grossly misused by some people to fulfill their ulterior motives. They cite incidences where the persons’ relatives recommending euthanasia, not to give them relief from pain but to take over their property.

In conclusion, euthanasia can be permitted in cases wherein doctors and relatives strongly feel that the terminally ill individual should die peacefully than to live and suffer continuous pain. It can also be considered when people suffering from terminal sickness are left with no one to take care. However, it must be ensured that people do not abuse euthanasia to fulfill their wishes.

Euthanasia is an act or practice of killing or permitting the killing of hopelessly sick or injured persons in a relatively painless way for reasons of mercy. The proponents of euthanasia are of the view that it is better to end the lives of the people who have been suffering from an incurable disease and have been enduring unbearable pain because of them. The opponents of euthanasia argue that it is against the law of nature to take away a person’s life. Euthanasia can be considered in cases where the persons diagnosed with terminal sickness have been suffering unbearable pain for a long time or when such individuals are without care.

Pain is an important factor while considering euthanasia for a terminally ill individual. Certain terminal illnesses cause intense pain at regular intervals or without any fixed pattern. Sometimes, the pain that the individuals suffer is so excruciating that the doctors and relatives feel that they should pass away it would be better for them to die than suffer such pain.

Taking care of a terminally sick person is a very demanding task. It requires the caregiver to be physically, mentally, and emotionally strong, especially when the person is suffering from the cause is a physically and mentally degenerating sickness. When the person is affected by such a disease he or she requires extraordinary care. But, when there is no one to take care of the person, euthanasia is considered as the only possible option.

The opponents of euthanasia claim that euthanasia goes against the fundamental right to live and thus is a serious human right violation. While euthanasia aims to end an individual’s life, it must not be equated with merciless killing or an act of killing done in cold blood. Euthanasia is considered with the intention to relieve the individual affected with an incurable disease from suffering continuous, intolerable pain.

The people who are against euthanasia argue that if euthanasia is permitted it can be grossly misused by some people to fulfill their ulterior motives. They cite incidences where the persons’ relatives recommended euthanasia, not to give them relief from pain but to take over their property.

In conclusion, euthanasia can be permitted in cases wherein doctors and relatives strongly feel that the terminally ill individual should die peacefully rather than to live and suffer continuous pain. It can also be considered when people suffering from terminal sickness are left with no one to take care of them. However, it must be ensured that people do not abuse euthanasia to fulfill their wishes.

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