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Should voluntary euthanasia be legalized in all fifty states of the United States of America? By:
Angie Saunders, Karina Cano, Martha Martinez, and Stephania Lomeli Five Individually Necessary Conditions for Candidacy for Voluntary Euthanasia Work Cited: Young, Robert. "Voluntary Euthanasia." (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy). N.p., 18 Apr. 1996. Web. 22 Mar. 2013.

"Download Your State's Advance Directives." - CARING CONNECTIONS. N.p., n.d. Web. 07 May 2013.

"Frequently Asked Questions." Frequently Asked Questions. N.p., n.d. Web. 07 May 2013.

Cliff, Betsy Q. "Oregon’s Death With Dignity Act." The Bulletin. The Bulletin, 18 Dec. 2008. Web. 07 May 2013.

Lau, Edie. "Death With Dignity: A Law That's Hard for Many to Swallow." Kitsap Sun. N.p., 28 Feb. 2009. Web. 07 May 2013.

"Euthanasia and the Slippery Slope." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 05 Mar. 2013. Web. 07 May 2013.

"Religious Views on Euthanasia." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 05 June 2013. Web. 07 May 2013.

Fridstein, Margery. "It Is Merciful to Help a Terminally Ill Person Die." Assisted Suicide. Ed. Noël Merino. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2012. Current Controversies. Rpt. from "Lessons in Dying: What Is Wrong with Giving Up When Our Bodies Give Out?" Denver Post 28 Nov. 2010. Opposing Viewpoints In Context. Web. 8 May 2013.

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov Objections to Voluntary Euthanasia (cons) Stephania's Information

1.) Pain/Care
2.) Cost
3.) Do no harm/Religion
4.) Regulation
5.) Slippery Slope Important Perspectives Doctors: Loved One: The Patient: What is Voluntary Euthanasia? Supporting Viewpoints to Voluntary Euthanasia (pros) Martha's Information
1.) Pain/Care
2.) Cost
3.) Do no harm/Religion
4.) Regulation
5.) Slippery Slope History A "Qualified" patients request, where he or she obtains a prescription to be self administered ending his or her life. “I myself want to be in control as long as I can, I don’t want doctors and nurses controlling me”(www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov). Legality vs. Morality Personal Opinion Part 1: Power of Attorney
Part 2:Individual Instructions
Part 3:Organ Donation
Part 4:Designate a primary physician
Part 5:Signature and witness provisions “What is clear about a good death is that one size won’t fit all; we want to be as different in dying as in living”(Smith). "I'm worried that legalizing assisted suicide would make it too easy for people - including doctors - to give up the fight for health and take a fast exit out of life" (John Coppard). "I believe a life is a life, no matter what state or condition a person is in. The people around them, whether that be family, friends, careers or medical stuff, should remain positive and always remind the ill person that no matter what they may think, there is always something to live for." - (The son of Gary Parkinson) "I value sitting with patients or holding their hands. It reminds me that life is a great mystery and we all share the characteristics of being human. We take part in all of life, including dying, but we are not masters of it" Peter Ravenscroft). “My 93 year old friend Jean is an example After deciding not to undergo further treatment for her recurring cancer, she could have died with dignity if only someone could have assisted her death rather than let her wait month after month, for her body to deteriorate enough for her to die” (Fridstein).
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