I once read it from an article that there's one very ill and disabled girl who cannot move or do anything except being a burden for her parents. And she really wants to die,. But the law doesn't allow it. How do you think?
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It is really hard to tell something certain on such things.I think it would be better to find out her illness while her mother is still pregnant so that if she can't be tretated they may give an end to this pregnancy but she has a right to live now as a human.On the other hand, her family thinks that she is like a baby,she can't live without them and they are afraid that she may be abused or raped after they died.Maybe we don't talk about the same person .As far as I know she doesn't want to die because she doesn't have the ability to decide I mean she has a mantal ilness, too.Doctors just gave hormones to her to stop her growing and she is still living.
I think I should add some more details. She's lived for more than 18 years. As far as I know, she's Chinese and she's still protesting against the law just to have a right to die. She can only move her fingers.
And I don't think that the mother can know whether the child is ill or not when she is pregnant. There are some illnesses you can't foresee.
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Referring to this topic, we must mention euthanasia here. What is the genuine meaning of live? Does it mean the continuing of life? Or it means something more than being alive in the world. From my point of view, we eat to live but not live to eat. Once you got a fatal disease, everyday you have to suffter the unbearable pain, and discern the torture which the disease imposes on your loved families financially and emotionally, could you life peacefully and calmly. I don't agree that we should give up too early facing the disease. We should struggle bravelly against any kind of disease. We should suvive the tortures from the pain. Nonetheless, what we can't take is that this disease results in the vexation of our families. How many families can afford the loss of money and emotion. Are you willing to see this sene that your families are misarablly striving for you unpredicted future? We shouldn't abandon the hope easily, we should exert to live, to live comfortablely. However, do we have a right to choose? If we are wealth enough, we are wiling to try all the treatments to cure ourselves. What is the reality? If we empty all the money, what our families is supposed to live on? Are you happy to see that your parents or your wife/husband/children continue to live with the uncountable debt? We should have the right to dead and to live. Finally, we should be prudent when you choose to give up your life.
Referring to this topic, we must mention euthanasia here. What is the genuine meaning of live? Does it mean the continuing of life? Or it means something more than being alive in the world. From my point of view, we eat to live but not live to eat. Once you got a fatal disease, everyday you have to suffter the unbearable pain, and discern the torture which the disease imposes on your loved families financially and emotionally, could you life peacefully and calmly. I don't agree that we should give up too early facing the disease. We should struggle bravelly against any kind of disease. We should suvive the tortures from the pain. Nonetheless, what we can't take is that this disease results in the vexation of our families. How many families can afford the loss of money and emotion. Are you willing to see this sene that your families are misarablly striving for you unpredicted future? We shouldn't abandon the hope easily, we should exert to live, to live comfortablely. However, do we have a right to choose? If we are wealth enough, we are wiling to try all the treatments to cure ourselves. What is the reality? If we empty all the money, what our families is supposed to live on? Are you happy to see that your parents or your wife/husband/children continue to live with the uncountable debt? We should have the right to dead and to live. Finally, we should be prudent when you choose to give up your life.
i think she should not die because she dont need to.
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I agree with you, Levia.There is a relation between this subject and Euthanasia. Further more, it's Abortion because prenatal screening is the best way to avoid this dilemma. Detecting genetic disorders of trisomy 21,18 and neural tube defects early is one key to improve life quality. Prenatal screening is not a problem of medical ethics because it gives benefit to pregnant woman if we detect early abnormal foetus. In Brussel, Belgium a newborn screening program was held recently for the first time and developed to other countries in order to improve woman and children life. Screening is the process of early diagnostic, ie identification of disease or risk factors for the disease in its pre-symtomatic or pre-clinical stage.There are several well-known mass screening programs, eg cervical cancer screening . Screening is useful when diagnosis of a disease earlier than it would usually have been detected improves the outcome.

Titithi
What I really want to mention is a right to die. We all know that everyone has the right to live, what about the right to die? What would happen if the law allows the people to die as they want? And does your country allow this?
What you mention is a right. I t̀hink it's relation to law.And Levia told us about Euthanasia. In some countries, the government give permission to execute this situation but in others, it's quite forbidden to do that such as in France. It seems the opposite of the right to live is not the right to die but it's the state that people couldn't have a good condition to live such as to be trampled ,discriminated,exploited. No one is permitted to kill himself. It's a sin. A person who can think ,musn't do this action,except the soldier needs to keep secret to save his companions. He should kill their enemies to save himself and his country. Killing others and killing himself are allowed by law in this situation. Your opinion reminds me of the syllogism of Aristotle":All men must die.I am a men,therefore I must die.We must die but we don't have the right to die.What do you think about Cho? He wants to die after killing his 33 collegues.No law allows him to die so he suicided to terminate his disgusting life.
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