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Should it be legal for a doctor to kill a patient, at the patient's request?

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Are you pro-life or pro-choice? If you're pro-choice, that means that you must be pro-assisted suicides, right? Well, in many political debates, assisted suicides are the new abortions. Many Republicans and Democrats are split on this topic. How do you feel about someone who's terminally ill, has little to no chance at living, and they prefer that the physician takes their life? If the patient insist on the doctor/physician taking their life, should that request be granted? Have you seen cases where people have been told that they only have a certain amount of time to live, but their life surpasses that time? What is the responsibility of the physician? What's the responsibility of the patient? Where do we draw the line between personal choice and social responsibility?

 

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