Support for Physician Assisted Suicide
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This paper discusses the controversial topic of physician-assisted suicide, arguing in its favor. The author describes why a seriously ill person would prefer to control his death rather than submit to long and drawn out medical procedures. Arguments against the right to die movement are also presented. The author concludes, however, that individuals should have the right to chose how their lives end.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Kamisar, Yale. "Physician-Assisted Suicide: The Problems Presented by the Compelling, Heartwrenching Case." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 88.3 (1998): 1121-1146.
- Palmer, Larry I. Endings and Beginnings: Law, Medicine, and Society in Assisted Life and Death. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers, 2000.
- Salem, Tania. "Physician-Assisted Suicide." The Hastings Center Report 29.3 (1999): 30.
- Woodman, Sue. Last Rights The Struggle over the Right to Die. Cambridge, MA: Perseus Publishing, 2000.
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