Euthanasia the best solution to the suffering
A gravely ill man lies in bed awaiting death. He exerts all his energy upon every breath he takes. One of life's agonies is waiting for it all to be over. Euthanasia, a remedy for this man's unfortunate situation, could be his solution to happiness. It has been a highly controversial debate not only in recent years, but also since 1870’s in the United States and Europe. Euthanasia 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, it is knew literally as “Easy and Good Death” and as the “Mercy Killing”(Britannica Encyclopedia 2012). Should Euthanasia be a legal option for the terminally ill? To begin, one aspect of euthanasia's benefits is the fact that the quality of life when a person is chronically ill tends to be very bad. Euthanasia can end an uncomfortable and painful life. Secondly, euthanasia can save families money on medical bills. The cost of keeping a person alive with an unfortunate fate would be higher than a person who chooses to pass away. Lastly, a person, legally, should have the right to end their life.
Firstly, the issue of quality of life plays a large role in the support of euthanasia. Lying in bed all day can be a form of torture within itself. Bed sores and boredom result from staying in bed, wasting away. Also, illness such as cancerous diseases and other sicknesses decline the quality of life (Web.Ebscohost.com). Of course, pain plays a role in this matter. It's very difficult to function in everyday life when pain is a constant companion. To most people with any of these problems, in their point of view, value of existence can be low. it is cheaper if a patient with an incurable illness dies quickly so that they do not need expensive care and drugs any longer.
Remaining along on this issue, the cost of medical bills and like billing can...
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