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No matter how you drink your orange juice, eat your fruit and vegetables, and do your exercises, the fact remains that one-day, you will be dead. The only question, given current medical technologies -is when. A person should have the right to decide when to die, especially if he/she is in the advanced suffering stages of a critical disease that has no cure. But what role should doctors play in assisting a patient's death? The idea as endorsed by The House of Delegates of the American Medical Association on December 4, 1973, is that it's permissible to withhold treatment in some cases and allow the patient to die but it's morally wrong to take "direct action" in killing a person (Ubell 25). But with humanitarian interests at stake, isn't it more humane to end suffering as soon as possible? Active euthanasia should be a freedom embodied in our Constitutional Amendments for its role in ending prolong suffering in cases where death is a certainty.…
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