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1% of people in the us die every year.Currently, there are three states in the U. S. that have doctor-helped suicide laws in place. Oregon was the first state to pass a law allowing doctors to help end their terminally ill patient’s lives, with the 1997 Death with Self-respect/built-in worthAct. Washington was the second state to follow in 2008, with Effort to begin (doing something)Measure No. 1000 also known as the Washington Death with Self-respect/built-in worth Act. Oregon and Washington’s Acts both have the same needed things for qualification of Doctor-helped Suicide. The first needed thing is that the patient is an adult, so they have to be over the age of 18. Second, they have to be (able to do something well/very good). This needs/demands that the patient’s doctors, and mind doctors or the court, have the opinion that the patient can make smart choices (based on learning things) on their own health care. Third, the patient must have a terminal illness as proven true by their doctor. Fourth, they must (without being forced)express that they would like medicine to end their life. Fifth, they must also make a written request for medicine that will help end their life so to be watched and followed by the state government. Finally, they must meet needed things of (living in a country you were born in, or having the same rights in a country as someone who was born there) for that state. All of these needed things must be met in order to qualify; they do not meet qualifications only on age and disability. Also, the laws do require that the doctor recommend counseling, have them telling a family member, and inform them of the risks and probable results as well as (able to be done)other choices. Some are probably thinking what exactly is doctor-helped suicide? Well as defined bymedicinenet.com doctor-helped suicide is “the (something you choose to do, but is not required)end/ending/firing of one’s own life by (the) management of a deadly substance. ” People who are against helped suicide do not believe that the terminally ill have the right to end their suffering. They hold that it is against the Hippocratic Promise for doctors to participate inactive mercy killing. Maybe most of those who hold this argument does not know that, for example, in Canada only a “few medical schools use the Hippocratic Promise” because it is not agreeing with/not matching with its (reasons for doing or saying something). The promise makes the doctor promise to relieve pain and not to give deadly medicine.This promise cannot be applied to cancer patients. For treatment, cancer patients are given (using powerful drugs to help cure disease), a form of radioactive medicine that is poisonous to the body. As a result of (using powerful drugs to help cure disease), the body suffers amazing pain, hair loss, vomiting, and other very unpleasant side effects. So, (using powerful drugs to help cure disease) can bethought about/believed “deadly medicine” because of its effects on the human body, and this(unexpected difference, missing thing, or mistake) is the reason why the Hippocratic Promise can not be used to deny the right to helped suicide. Still, other people argue that if the right to helped suicide is given, the doctor-patient relationship would encourage suspicion. The opposite of this claim is true. A terminal patient giving permission to helped suicide knows that a doctor’s job is to relieve pain, and giving give permission for/agree to that doctor shows great trust. Other fighters (against someone or something) of helped suicide insist that there are potential (instances of very mean, unfair treatment) that can arise from (making something permitted by law) helped suicide.They claim that terminal patients might be forced to choose helped suicide because of their (related to managing money) situation.This view is to be respected. However, the choice of helped suicide is in the patient’s best interest, and this interest can include the (related to managing money)situation of a patient’s relatives. (able to do something well/very good) terminal patients can easily see the sadness and sadness (about death) that their families go through while they wait for death to take their dying loved ones away. The choice of helped suicide would allow the terminally ill patients to end the sadness and sadness (about death) of their families as well as their own extreme unhappiness/extreme pain. The choice would also put a halt to the (related to managing money) worries of these families. It is in the patient’s interest that the families that they leave will be subject to the smallest amount of sadness (about death) and worry possible. John Ciardi, a US poet once said: “The Constitution gives every American the nation-transferable right to make a damn fool of himself.” His quote gives an example of our just one of our many rights under the constitution. Although it is not specifically written in the Constitution that we are given the right to act like a damn fool, we still have the right (promised that something will definitely happen or that something will definitely work as described) to them. That was the founding father’s plans/desires, to not limit their freedoms by trying to write down every right into a clearly stated/particular list, but rather to leave the peoples rights unharmed and in one piece. If all a doctor is doing is prescribing medicine to a terminally ill patient, after they have met the proper needed things and have been given the necessary information to make a smart choice (based on learning things) on ending their lives or not. Shouldn’t they be allowed to do so through those (promised that something will definitely happen or that something will definitely work as described) rights the Constitution lots?The doctor is not the one who is doing/performing murder, for they are not the ones (controlling or managing/giving medicine or something else)the drugs to the patient. The patient is the ones who take them of their own free will, they have decided to end their life with self-respect/built-in worth instead of very painful/extreme pain. Finally, many terminal patients want the right to helped suicide because it is a means to last (through bad times) their end without the unnecessary suffering and cost. Most, also, believe that the right to helped suicide is a built-in right which does not have to be given to the individual. It is a freedom which cannot be denied because those who are dying might want touse this freedom as a way to chase after their happiness.heir families as well as their own misery. The choice would also put a halt to the financial worries of these families. It is in the patient’s interest that the families that they leave will be subject to the smallest amount of grief and worry possible.John Ciardi, a US poet once said: “The Constitution gives every American the inalienable right to make a damn fool of himself.” His quote gives an example of our just one of our many rights under the constitution. Although it is not specifically written in the Constitution that we are given the right to act like a damn fool, we still have the right guaranteed to us. That was the founding father’s intentions, to not limit our freedoms by trying to write down every right we have into a specific list, but rather to leave the peoples rights intact.If all a doctor is doing is prescribing medication to a terminally ill patient, after they have met the proper requirements and have been given the necessary information to make an informed decision on ending their lives or not. Shouldn’t they be allowed to do so through those guaranteed rights the Constitution lots?The doctor is not the one who is committing a murder, for they are not the ones administering the drugs to the patient. The patient is the ones who take them of their own free will, they have decided to end their life with dignity instead of agonizing pain.Finally, many terminal patients want the right to assisted suicide because it is a means to endure their end without the unnecessary suffering and cost. Most, also, believe that the right to assisted suicide is an inherent right which does not have to be given to the individual. It is a liberty which cannot be denied because those who are dying might want to use this liberty as a way to pursue their happiness.