Date of publication: 2017-07-09 01:30
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Although five states are already legally allowing this practice, PAS has remained to be a contentious issue between proponents and opponents. While there are people who support this, there are medical doctors and private citizens who are against its legalization. Here is a look at some of the ethical and legal arguments presented by opposing groups.
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8. It can urge other people to do the same.
Euthanasia, like suicide has a psychological effect on people and society. According to experts, people with family members who have committed suicide are prone to doing the same and this also goes with the act of mercy killing. If society will accept it as a normal practice, it can influence more people to consider euthanasia. This can be bad especially if the sickness was wrongly diagnosed but the patient was already euthanized.
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