a. Approve just in case the patient is under a fatal desease
b. Decline it
c. Ignore it
d. Always approve it
a. Idon’t care
b. Of course
c. No I don’t
d. It’s not valuable
a. Yes, because there will be always laws for it
b. No, it willbe disaster
c. Yes, because the ethic of doctors
a. Just in case there’s no other way
b. Yes, i would do it always
c. No, iwould never do that
a. Actually, I’d rather die in a natural way
b. No, I wouldn’t
c. Yes, I would do it
a. I would lethim/her do it
b. I wouldn’t allow him/her, that’s like killing him/her self
c. Definitely I would support him/her in the decision
a. It’sa personal decision that only the person who is really suffering has the right to decide.
b. The family members would have unbearablefeeling of having killed the person.
c. It has to be chosen by both, the person and the family
According to the results, it ispossible to observe that the community interviewed supports the position “in favor of euthanasia”. The expositors that are against must createuncertainty and reduce resistance as the beginning of their exposition. They can “attack” using the only question that was as “favor” to them, thesecond one; for example: using the concept of “autonomy”, value of life, family: make them think that this case could present in their families.