” And if they can’t find better ways to take care of our dying, and have to persuade people into thinking palliative care is the only way, that’s another reason why euthanasia should be legalized. Because discussions of the issue tend to generate more heat than light, and key points tend to be overlooked. “In the Netherlands, because primary care doctors have long-term relationships with their patients, helping them die takes a heavy emotional toll (Neumann 5). If religious leaders believe and practice euthanasia why can our legislatures realize the benefits of legalizing euthanasia. Everybody has the right to choose the way they live or die.
What should we expect in the next stage of our struggle to provide good care of the dying. There is a difference between P. The doctors now tell Lisa she has six to eight months to live, and she has to receive 6 hours of therapy everyday. Doctors have been trying to help terminally ill patients who no longer wish to live (Emanuel 2). Everybody has the right to choose the way they live or die. A PARADE survey verifies that the public does not want to see its terminally ill citizens dying in pain anymore, they want people do die in peace, and not watch them suffer for no reason (Ubell 2).
And like in this PARADE poll, most people agree with the legalization of euthanasia. ” Since euthanasia is a life or death question, it tends to stir up a lot of emotions for those who oppose and support the act of euthanasia. Why doesn’t this women have the right to choose the way she lives or dies. ” “That is a supreme moment for love and compassion, by caregivers of the dying and by the dying for their caregivers (5). Everybody has the right to choose the way they live or die.
Everybody has the right to choose the way they live or die