What Are The Pros And Cons Of Euthanasia?


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Anonymous answered
-People with incurable diseases, where treatment wouldn’t affect their quality of life, should have a choice
-Why should you have to live and suffer?
-When people say it is Gods choice, I don’t think God would want you to suffer
-When people are denied Euthanasia, a lot of them end up committing suicide, so euthanasia is a more humane way to die
-Humans should be treated just as well as animals are medically
-There would be no financial burden (medical bills)
-People argue that legalizing euthanasia (assisted suicide) is a way to ensure that no one will die in agony or unremitting suffering
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Moses Leonard , Mega Writers At, answered

Euthanasia, as defined, is always a practice under consent either with the client or the relatives.


  • Saves a lot of expenses.
  • Relieves pain to the patient
  • Expresses some freedom of decision making.
  • To some community like Hindus it's morally right and 


  • Perceived as an ethical in some religions
  • No value for human life
  • If not well regulated by laws  can lead to unnecessary killings in the name of Euthanasia
  • Can bring regrets in life especially to those who are directly involved.

Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
The pro is that when the economy is well again you will have a good fixed monthly
euthanasia pros and cons
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
You retarded.

Arguments For Euthanasia:

It provides a way to relieve extreme pain
It provides a way of relief when a person's quality of life is low
Frees up medical funds to help other people
It is another case of freedom of choice

Arguments Against Euthanasia:

Euthanasia devalues human life
Euthanasia can become a means of health care cost containment
Physicians and other medical care people should not be involved in directly causing death
There is a "slippery slope" effect that has occurred where euthanasia has been first been legalized for only
the terminally ill and later laws are changed to allow it for other people or to be done non-voluntarily.

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