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Functions and Conflict of Physician Assisted Suicide
Physician Assisted Suicide
Structural functional paradigm
Individuals, who elect to end their lives by physician-assisted suicide, typically have an incurable illness. These people are suffering with severe pain and no hope for the future. There is no way of making the suffering bearable for terminal patients. The terminal patients are in good mental health and understand what they are asking for. The person has a right to a merciful and acceptable death. In using physician assisted suicide the terminal patient is relieving their pain and suffering. …
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