Euthanasia
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Euthanasia

Course Number: HEALTHCARE 101, Fall 2012

College/University: Ashford University

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When dealing with euthanasia or assisted suicide the legal system must ensure that the constitutional rights of the patient are maintained, while protecting societys interests in preserving life, preventing suicide, and maintaining the integrity of the medical profession (Pozgar, 2010). For a long time, up until the 20th century, suicide in some cultures was good and some cultures believed that is you chose to die...

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When dealing with euthanasia or assisted suicide the legal system must ensure that the constitutional rights of the patient are maintained, while protecting societys interests in preserving life, preventing suicide, and maintaining the integrity of the medical profession (Pozgar, 2010). For a long time, up until the 20 th century, suicide in some cultures was good and some cultures believed that is you chose to die from a disease rather than take your own life you would go to hell. Today there are many controversies surrounding euthanasia or assisted suicides

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