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Euthanasia: Arguments for the Right to Die

Summary: The topic of euthanasia and why some oppose it for religious and ethical reasons. Plus, opinions by the author on why it should be legal in Canada.
In the past two decades, one topic has sparked universal debate, extreme media coverage, and court cases across North America. Euthanasia, which is most commonly referred to as doctor-assisted suicide, is defined as "the act or practice of ending the life of an individual suffering from a terminal illness or an incurable condition, as by lethal injection." In my opinion, anyone suffering from a painful terminal illness should be given the opportunity to die with dignity, grace, and pride. In this essay I will discuss the different sides of the euthanasia debate and prove why it should be legalized in North America.

People will argue that people suffering from a terminal illness are not in a completely rational state of mind; they cannot make a proper decision as to whether or not the actually wish to end their lives by way of euthanasia. On the contrary, most patients...

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