I will pay for the following article Physician-Assisted Suicide: Mercy or Murder. The work is to be 5 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. The groups are arranged by the main variable: Group 1, ages 20-39, Group 2, ages 40 – 59, Group 3, ages 60 and older. Participants circle a response in a closed question format. The basic hypothesis was supported by the results of the survey.&nbsp.

The survey also has to do with passive and active euthanasia. Passive and active euthanasia are both types of voluntary euthanasia. Active euthanasia would perhaps give the doctor less of a feeling of having been made to consciously give a patient up to death. Passive euthanasia and active euthanasia are respectively promoting increased pain and the erasure of future pain. It only makes rational sense that doctors would want to see less pain being suffered by the patient, but unfortunately, conventional notions of morality get in the way of the legalization of voluntary active euthanasia, connecting it inappropriately with the same murder that doing nothing to help the patient equally achieves. Either way, people in the survey tended to support euthanasia greater with age, and nationally, the Oregonian Death with Dignity legislation advocated assisted suicide or euthanasia, in this case, active euthanasia through physician approved

seen in the survey, as well as in the future concerning the issues of voluntary euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide and how it plays out in legislation vs. reality. As one source notes, “Proponents and opponents of legalized doctor-assisted suicide are watching the Oregon situation closely.&nbsp.&nbsp.

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