Should Physician-Assisted Suicide be Allowed?

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Life is like a racing track, but the only different thing about it, is that you never know when it ends, and this makes it a mystery. Everybody knows that life is supposed to end someday, but how, no one will ever know. It is human nature to question about and fear the end of the road. Don't you ever wonder how, when, and where you are going to die? It is necessary for everyone to understand the meaning of death, how it affects people, and what people have done to prevent it or to produce it. One factor that leads to death is euthanasia or assisted suicide. If a person with a terminal illness is suffering unbearable pain and wishes to end his or her life, is it wrong to help? That is why euthanasia, a term that originally meant only good death, but in modern society it has come to mean a death free of any anxiety and pain, was often brought about through the use of medication. Most recently, it has come to mean mercy killing, deliberately putting an end to someone's life in order to spare the individual's suffering (Michael Manning. Euthanasia and Physician-Assisted Suicide 1). This has been one of the most debated and controversial subject of this decade. It is right or wrong? Moral or immoral? Murder or mercy? In

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