Euthanasia is the painless killing of a patient by a medical professional, often in the case of terminal illness or an irreversible coma, This practice is illegal in most countries, the only legal places in the United States are Washington, Oregon, California, Vermont and Bernalillo County, New Mexico. The debatable ethics of the practice of euthanasia often place mental stability against free will. However, many religious beliefs affect the ethicality of euthanasia In many cases involving elderly people, a living will is made in preventing the guilt of another person removing life support, which is often equated with the choice of euthanasia.
The choice of euthanasia should be made personally, or in extreme cases by those closest to the victim. Free will is often described as the trait of humanity; the ability to make a choice knowledgeably about oneself. It is said to be that to remove someone’s free will would be to make them inhuman.
It should be the choice of a mentally stable person to end their life in the circumstances of terminal illness.
Though to prescribe or want to be euthanized with the lack of a terminal illness or an irreversible coma is suicide by doctor. The process should be reserved for those currently awaiting a death date or those unable to recover. Religion and science are debated together as many people lead their lives with religion that science often interferes with on a personal basis. Euthanasia is often central in the debates as it is said to take away the life that has been given.
Although, the claim of religion against the science of euthanasia is empty as many people do not identify with religion, Over seventeen percent of the world population claims to agnostic beliefs. As well as the separation of state and church should not involve in science.
Showcased in Star Trek: The Next Generation in Episode Twenty-Two; Season Four, a society of people get euthanized at the age of sixty to be able to die painlessly, with dignity, and to allow proper farewells. Though, many outsiders such as Picard and Lwaxana Troi find this process distasteful and inappropriate the choice is ultimately left to the patient. This process is accepted by the society, and should be allowed on a personal basis, not enforced Euthanasia should be legal with the choice left to the victim or those closest to the victim. Euthanasia and the removal of life support are often debated together as they both end a life, Life support is required for people who have been involved in traumas that caused brain damage inabling the victim to breathe or survive without support from machinery.
The choice of removal of life support if the victim lacks a living will is most often left to the parents, or the spouse, The spouse and parents have the right to remove life support from the victim as it is often financially disastrous and a torturous process that prolongs a body long after the brain death. People have the right to choose death if in a painful or irreversible situation, Euthanasia is the process of ending a life with dignity and without pain, Humans have free will, choices made by oneself for oneself. Euthanasia should be allowed to those who have a terminal illness or an irreversible coma. The choice should be left to the victim, or in a case where the victim is unable to make the choice, by someone close to the victim Euthanasia is a painless process that allows the patient to end their life while still in the correct mindset and not in pain. The process of euthanasia should be a legal process regulated by medical professional and guarded by paperwork.