Does anyone believe in what Jack Kevorkian did and that the right should go further for children/teenagers?
children or teenagers of sound mind and just want to get the phuck out of here
and having to travel anymore than 10 miles away to get it is a huge inconvenience.
and the last thing i want to hear is that we have the right already or also,....pull a gun to your head.....kind of krap.
man, disabling comments was one weasley move on yahoo answer's part.
- MikeLv 72 months agoFavourite answer
He died along time ago
- L. E. GantLv 72 months ago
Euthanasia is against the law as it stands.
That said, euthanasia should be a choice by the patient. It should be a right that all individuals have. So, legally, he was wrong. But his motive is understandable.
relative to children, most of them don't have the information to make such a choice, even if they have the ability to reason for themselves.
- Curtis 1911Lv 72 months ago
No matter what your age, suicide is not a right and assisted suicide is murder.
- 2 months ago
We take an oath to do no harm. There are times when continuing life and /or treatment causes more harm by continuing suffering that cannot be cured. These are very difficult decisions to make. For those that have lived a long life this is somewhat less difficult to make compared to a younger individual. There are probably times it is appropriate for pediatric patient's however I do not feel I have the clinical experience to make that decision at this time.
Just FYI physician assisted suicide is legal in some states in the US and several countries around the world.
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- 2 months ago
Jack should become Dementia Donnie's doctor!