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  • Kaziran
    13.08.2019 at 02:20
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    In this talk I am not going to discuss in any detail the main arguments of the pro-euthanasia lobby. I will just briefly list them now: 1) Dying in pain; (91% of pain can be % controlled; the other 9% can be controlled within patient comfort) 2) Quality of Life; (the importance of the last 6 months of life for personal growth of patient, family, loved ones); 3) It's just an option (an. Reply
  • Gukasa
    15.08.2019 at 20:12
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    physician-assisted suicide or euthanasia. Adding to the problem, a growing number of respected secular ethicists and physicians defend the moral­ ity of physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia. Since death is a limit or boundary-of-life event, attitudes toward dying are shaped by foundational beliefs about the meaning and pur­ pose of life. Reply
  • Mebei
    13.08.2019 at 14:31
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    1. Duodecim. ;(5) [Euthanasia--contempt for life or respect for life?]. [Article in Finnish] Palo J. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]. Reply
  • Goltisar
    15.08.2019 at 13:35
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  • Kagasar
    21.08.2019 at 18:18
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    The words “euthanasia” and “assisted suicide” are often used interchangeably. However, they are different and, in the law, they are treated differently. In this report, “euthanasia” is defined as intentionally, knowingly and directly acting to cause the death of another person (e.g., giving a . Reply
  • Zulkitaur
    18.08.2019 at 12:28
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    Jan 01,  · Indeed, killing is in some cases permitted, and in other cases directly commanded by God (Gen. ,6; Deut. ; ). People are killed in war, self-defense and capital punishment. All murder is wrong, but not all killing is murder. Hence, euthanasia is not wrong simply because it is killing. Reply
  • Dulrajas
    20.08.2019 at 03:54
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    Euthanasia refers to physician-assisted suicide, mercy killing and withdrawal of unwanted medical treatment (Taqi ). It is debatably one of the most controversial issues in the fields of theology and medicine. Euthanasia stems from the Greek word for “a good death”. Euthanasia is known to be either passive or active. Active Euthanasia. Reply
  • Tozshura
    15.08.2019 at 11:04
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    Please note that we include assisted suicide or "medical aid in dying" when we use the word "euthanasia" in this document. Euthanasia is a homicide. In most countries killing another person is considered murder, even if the intention is to "ease the pain", even if the person has a terminal illness. Euthanasia is never necessary - even less since the advent of palliative care. Palliative care. Reply

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