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Euthanasia

What's Euthanasia ?
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carlos lopez

on 9 April 2013

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Transcript of Euthanasia

What's Euthanasia? Practice of intentionally ending a life in order to relieve pain and suffering. Classification of Euthanasia Animal euthanasia


Child euthanasia As applied to the euthanasia debate,
the slippery slope argument claims that the acceptance of certain practices, such as physician-assisted suicide or voluntary euthanasia Others Euthanasia Euthanas a Legal Euthanasia Countries Most Cases of Euthanasia per Country Euthanasia and the slippery slope Assisted Suicide USA: Washington,Oregon, Montana and Texas The Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg Carlos López


Carlos Alba Presented By: "My life is miserable", demeaning and undignified says locked-in syndrome sufferer as he asks High Court judges to give him the right to die Tony Nicklinson Case http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2161494/Tony-Nicklinson-euthanasia-My-life-miserable-undignified-says-locked-syndrome-sufferer.html Mr Nicklinson, 58, who communicates by blinking or with limited head movement, described having no 'privacy or dignity left' and said his right to choose life or death had been taken away I know you said this hearing is all about the legal arguments but is it possible for you to tell/remind the judges a few things? I have wanted my life to end since 2007 Legal arguments are fine but they should not forget that a life is affected by the decision they come to – a decision that goes against me condemns me to a "life" of increasing misery. I'm sure the judges have heard it all before but I simply wanted to get it off my chest "Pulling the Plug" "Put to Sleep" Animal Euthanasia: Is the act of humanely putting an animal to death Intravenous anesthetic "Lay down" "I have wanted my life to end since 2007" Adolf Hitler's authorization for the Euthanasia Program (Operation T4), signed in October 1939 but dated September 1, 1939. Euthanasia program was National Socialist Germany's first program of mass murder, of European Jewry, which they called the Holocaust Nazi Euthanasia Non-voluntary euthanasia Thanks !! Should a person have the right to decided if they can die? "His pain was too great. He begged me for the simple mercy of death. And I could do nothing else but help him leave a world that had become a sleepless, tortured nightmare to him" "Euthanasia is a long, smooth-sounding word, and it conceals its danger as long, smooth words do, but the danger is there, nevertheless". 1041 assisted suicide since 1988 in Netherlands Religious Views Buddhism Compassion is used by some Buddhists as a justification for euthanasia because the person suffering is relieved of pain. "destroy human life" Catholicism "crime against life" and "crime against God 1-This is a bad thing to do, and those involved in the euthanasia will take on the remaining karma of the patient Hinduism (Two Point of View) 2-"Helping to end a painful life of a person"
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