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Ethical Issues - Euthanasia

Should an act of non-voluntary euthanasia be carried in the cases of unconscious terminal patients?
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Non-voluntary euthanasia (sometimes known as mercy killing) is euthanasia conducted when the explicit consent of the individual concerned is unavailable, such as when the person is in a persistent vegetative state, or in the case of young children. Should an act of non-voluntary euthanasia be carried in the cases of unconscious terminal patients? Why or why not?

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replied May 1st, 2016
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No! This is wrong.

The longer that the patient is kept alive, regardless of suffering, the more money is in the pockets!
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replied March 24th, 2018
If the person is only suffering, with no chance for recovery, and they want it to happen, I believe that it is that person's choice and justifiable in the process.
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