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Young euthanasia” in the 1970s, when a group of former “superheroes” came togeth로얄카지노er to find a way to “restore balance” and eliminate animal suffering. In the aftermath of those movements, the United States banned euthanasia in 1996, and New York recently became the only state to ban the practice. As the New York Times reported: “Since the ban on physician-assisted suicide was signed by New Yorkers, the number of patients dying at New York’s hospitals from suicide has declined to just 11 percent of last year’s average. But that is not likely to happen forever. The new legislation would have New York euthanize all of the approximately 8,300 patients who would qualify for lethal treatment.” [NY Times, 10/19/04, 1]

A 2013 study shows that state laws banning euthanasia can save more than 700 lives a year, including many elderly people. Dr. Jonathan Brown, of Emory University’s Emory Center for Health Care Policy and Law, wrote:

[T]he benefits accrue to the vulnerable population, 네온 카지노such as those without medical insurance, which do not have access to euthanasia. For example, the number of elderly patients who could benefit from assisted dying is limited, and the number of beneficiaries would rise with time. The benefits accrue to people with very high costs of care and very little income to provide for medical care. In addition, the costs of medical care and the cost of living also decline with time. [New York Law Journal, 1/27/15]

The Humane Society of the United States reports euthanasia-assisted suicide to benefit patients and the public by saving lives and eliminating suffering:

Euthanasia for an Unfit Person – [Research & Statistics, November 1994] [드래곤 퀘스트 11 카지노_id=4315&c_id=4410] “Euthanasia is provided by a licensed physician who is committed to making a specific patient an assisted suicide participant. The doctor then submits a request that the patient agree to have the assisted death performed, and the treatment is then given. This is a much higher rate than in many other countries, including several that have national-level legislation. Although some jurisdictions require an advanced, supervised physician-assisted suicide, most allow someone to make a decision for themselves.” [New York Times, 3/1/13]

While the vast majority of states permit assisted suicide,

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