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Reasons for Euthanasia

Summary: Reasoning in support of euthanasia, with the Terri Schaivo case as an example.
A person has become extremely ill and doesn't want to continue suffering, should he/she be forced to stay alive? Whose life is it anyways? Is it the family's life or the persons'? In a situation like the one above, there is an option called euthanasia, which is the act or practice of ending the life of an individual suffering from a terminal illness or an incurable condition, as by lethal injection or the suspension of extraordinary medical treatment. Most families believe that they should be given the right to decide if they want to let their loved ones go, but in most cases it's not the family's choice. The decision to live or die usually rests with the individual, unless he/she is too ill to make a reasonable decision. In a case like this, only immediate family members, such as spouses or the parents are given...

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