Increasingly, however, euthanasia activists have dropped references to terminal illness, replacing them with such phrases as “hopelessly ill,” “desperately ill,” “incurably ill,” “hopeless condition,” and “meaningless life. ” Euthanasia will only be voluntary, they say Emotional and psychological pressures could become overpowering for depressed or dependent people. If the choice of euthanasia is considered as good as a decision to receive care, many people will feel guilty for not choosing death.

Financial considerations, added to the concern about “being a burden,” could serve as powerful forces that would lead a person to “choose” euthanasia or assisted suicide. In my opinion the life is a right and we cannot remove that right that is why the patient has to accept their ill and fight against it, everybody need support from somebody (family, friends). Right now the medicine is well advanced and the pain can be controlled by several medicaments, if God gave you the gift of life let him remove it when he wants don’t decide it by your own.