Analisis de ethanasia en ingles

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EUTHANASIA

Euthanasia means the intentional killing by act or omission of a dependent human for his or her alleged benefit. There are different types. It can be voluntary, non-voluntary, assistedsuicide, by act or omission.

One of the arguments that most people defend in favor of euthanasia is that the person involved is suffering and in a lot of pain. The solution to pain is usuallydrugging them, but doctors say patients in drugged state should be euthanized because it is not dignified. In my opinion, medicine has improved so much that nearly all pain can be eliminated or if notreduced. So the solution is not killing this people, it is teaching better the doctors about this cases, and how to reduce pain to use the alternatives rather than killing. Pete du Pont, former Delawaregovernor said "from the Soviet gulag to the Nazi concentration camps and the killing fields of Cambodia, history teaches us that granting the state legal authority to kill innocent individuals hasdreadful consequences". Meaning people who help euthanasia patients will always have it on their conscience, also it is killing people without their consent because many don't know what they say or do inthat state. Another case which links with doctors and pain as well is when a patient is in pain and has a little time left to live and doctors decide euthanasia is the best choice. What they should dois make the patient's remaining time as comfortable as possible and any intervention should only be to reduce their pain or calm them emotionally if they're depressed.

Dame Cicely Saunders,founder os hospice said " you matter because you are you, you matter to the last moment of your life, and we will do all we can not only to help you die peacefully, but also to live until you die". Thebest thing terminal patients can do in this situations is go to a hospice. Commonly other very defended point is that people should have a right to kill, change the law and let doctors, relatives and...
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