The ethical dilemmas of euthanasia june 01 2010 2 comments discussion of euthanasia often elicits strong emotion which is not surprising as it involves life and death issues for over 2000 years it has been a prohibited medical practice but now euthanasia is legal in the netherlands belgium and luxembourg. Euthanasia is categorically prohibited in almost all countries throughout the world in belgium and the netherlands combining euthanasia and subsequent organ donation in a so called donation after circulatory death dcd procedure is feasible on legal and medical grounds and is increasingly gaining social and ethical acceptance. Chapter 5 the ethical debate chapter 5 the ethical debate page 77 the ethics of assisted suicide and euthanasia are squarely before the public eye a steady drumbeat of media attention and mounting concern about control at lifes end have generated serious consideration of legalizing the practices. Ethical problems of euthanasia pinpointing the ethical problems and questions around euthanasia this article sets out the current legal position in the uk other opponents fear that if . The ethical problem of euthanasia is whether or not an individual has the right to decide how and when they die euthanasia is illegal in all but 7 countries so it would appear as if the majority of humanity applies a deontological view on the issue and deems it morally wrong
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