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Euthanasia and Vengeance Million dollar baby movie demonstrates why most of the moral ambiguity of Euthanasia and why it devalues the life of other individuals. It is sufficient to note that from the plot of the movie, Frenkie taking away life even on the informed consent of her student boxer is immoral. In this case, Maggie believed that she was becoming burdensome to society and the primary responsibility to protect life. In this case, the benefit of ending the life of Maggie might only be beneficial to Maggie but not the family members. Chaos might arise, especially regarding family properties. It is imperative to note that in the movie, the family members might grief the death of Maggie, which is emotional harm that might be brought by assisted suicide. Even though at times, the family members are informed about the death of their fellow members, it usually comes with emotional pain that family have to deal with for loss of loved ones. Maggie was not undergoing any pain during the time, which demonstrates how assisted suicide might be used to facilitate death which might be a consequence of life difficulties and aspects such as depression. Therefore, within a moral lens Euthanasia through only allowing the informed consent of the individual, it might also be attributed to suicide because individuals want to die so that they cannot deal with the emerging problems in life. The Hippocratic Oath prevents professional healthcare givers against killing and instead to promote the intrinsic value of human life and dignity above all other aspects. It is imperative to
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