27, May 2002 Editor The Australian Dear Sir / Madam I take in read an editorial just at present entitled Dignity of life debased by mercy killing. It was about the suffering, depressed and frail woman named Nancy Crick. People who argon fighting for their life and do non wish to live, should have the right to let their life go. The government tell that they could not stop people trying to die, but if that is the case why is the government trying to have a law criminalize euthanasia? I believe that euthanasia is exchangeable a treat that helps people overcome their pain and agony, and it is up to the patients to decide they should complete their suffering or not.
We would be more(prenominal) of a kind-hearted society if we had legislation to allow patients who have a last(a) illness, and who are in constant pain and are fit to give their consent, to have access to medically assisted suicide. Yours Faithfully, If you necessity to get a full essay, order it on our website: OrderCustomPaper.com
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