people have the right to die how they choose?
October 2, 2007 3:29am CST
If people have the right to live how they choose, do they also have the right to die how they choose? Many patients are suffering from terrible diseases, and some of them actually wanna die so as to get rid of their pains. but not all patients can die how they choose. for example, in China, Euthanasia isn't allowed yet. so many patients have to go through their terrible miseries before his clock shikes. IMHO, I think all patients have such rights to choose how to die. because they don't have to experience those terrible pains from diseases. What do you think? guys?
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3 Oct 07
You have got my support. They are supposed to have the right and given the right to choose the way they want to die if they want to suffer from the disease no longer. The longer they live in pain, the more they suffer from the pain caused by the disease that cannot be cured. I think that there is necessity for the government to carry out the policy of choosing Euthanasia by people of this kind. We must value their ways of life without ignoring them.
2 Oct 07
i have responded to a similar discussion with the following two things: number one was a good example of how it can be: my grandfather chose to end his live instead of facing the agony of cancer, by using euthanasia. the second is one of how is should not be: someone i know has had a skiing accident in france, and has near full body paralysis, exept for his head, for more than 5 years now, and he cant do it, becouse he's in a hospital abroad, and its illigal to do it there. so i think that people should have the right to chose if they are still sane of mind.