Biomedical defined
By: Richard G. Lanzara
The "bio" in biomedical refers to the biological sciences. Since the discovery of proteins and subsequently the genetic molecules of cells, the biological sciences have become one of the most diverse and richest areas of modern science.In the last three quarters of the twentieth...
Pro Euthanasia
By: Sheila Westfall
When I was in high school and my Great-Aunt Mary had to be put in the nursing home, I hated going to visit her. She didn't remember who anyone was and she was incapable of talking anything but nonsense. I would look at her and...
Euthanasis vs Murder why Euthanasia is Euthanasia Sinful
By: Claudia Windal
Most of us hold on tenaciously to life. Many who oppose euthanasia has a long history of acceptance in some circumstances. There was a time in 20th century history when babies born with disfiguring conditions, congenital malformations, and known mental impairments were encouraged to be...
Ethical
By: Paula Countryman
Euthanasia is ethical under certain circumstances. I wouldn't agree it's ethical to euthanize the infirm, the elderly, nor those who have chronic pain with non fatal illnesses. Having said that, I do believe if the person who is having chronic pain and will never get...
Euthanasia Euthanization Euthanized Mercy Killing Socialized Medicine
By: Lisa Fillers
It is often said to have knowledge is to have power. To argue any point of view on any subject with someone of opposite opinion one must be armed with more than just how they feel about a particular subject.The definition of ethical is...
Euthanasia Blindness Cures Diseases Life
By: Frances Ruocco
Euthanasia is unethical because we then make ourselves or others God.No one knows the time when someone is going to pass from this world to the next. No one knows when the next cure will be discovered. If we look at history there have...
Is Euthanasia Ethical or Unethical
By: Ernest Capraro
Long before modern civilization, tribes of hunter-gatherers were the prevalent societies. Their year-to-year survival depended on the group's ability to provide food for everyone. People had specific roles to perform, largely dependent on gender and age. In times of plenty, there was food and supplies...
Can Euthanasia ever be Ethical
By: Sandra Piddock
As with so many debate questions, there is no clear cut answer here but, on balance, I must come down on the 'ethical' side. My primary reason for this is because I have witnessed Death in its two extremes in those closest to my heart...
What to expect when you donate blood
By: Jennifer Walker - 423099
If a complete stranger needed your help to save his life, with no danger to your own, would you help him? What if that help required being poked with a needle? Every four minutes, someone in local hospitals receives a blood transfusion. About 95% of...
Euthanasia Debate
By: Nova Obin
Life is always valued. Every life is precious, a gift. But is that really true? What if the person considers life a burden? If the "life" isn't a benefit? If you were basically a vegetable, an empty shell of a person, would you feel that...

 

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