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@93ZP8QG from North Carolina answered…2mos

Yes, but only if there is no chance they will survive their illness, and only after a psychological examination to show they fully understand this choice. I personally disagree with euthanasia, but it should remain a personal choice.

@92MKPWZ from California answered…5mos

Yes, but only if there is no chance they will survive and show full understanding of their choice.

@8YX4JT9 from Texas answered…8mos

If life is only causing a patient pain, then the decision for them to end their life is morally okay.

@6HM8ZBP from New York answered…8mos

Yes, but only if there is zero chance of recovery, and they are found to be in a sound psychological state following an examination

@842VWLK from Wisconsin answered…11mos

@8XCJY2Y from Kansas answered…11mos

@8X3KQBN from Nevada answered…11mos

No, I think instead they should be helped any way they can and prevent suicides if possible.

@89CDM9C from Kansas answered…12mos

Only in cases where the patient is facing an imminent painful death.

@lucasnat0r from Illinois answered…1yr

Yes but only in cases where survival is impossible and life is unbearable.

@8TP6QKS answered…1yr

No, but they should not be prevented from ending their own lives without assistance

@8SLRGMY from Oklahoma answered…1yr

I say yes if that’s what they really wish and how they went to leave the world. It just depends on the person.

@8QW98GR from Nebraska answered…2yrs

yes but as long as it is completely their choice and no one is indirectly forcing them

@8QG5XSM from Indiana answered…2yrs

@8PZ7LSP from Indiana answered…2yrs

Even though I disagree with it, allow them to do it if there are no other options

 @buday4vancouver from Washington answered…2yrs

Not assisted, if they want to do it themselves, up to them. Leave some cleanup money behind.

@7GLVLCC from Colorado answered…2yrs

@NotShaggy3 from Texas answered…2yrs

Yes, but only if they go through a psychological examination to show they fully understand the choice.

@giannadavison888 from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

Yes, but only if there is no chance they will survive their illness or they are in extreme pain.

@8H2G98J from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

This is something I don't feel comfortable having a strong opinion on.

@8L2DQDJ from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

yes but only if there is no chance they will survive their illness and after a psychological examination to show they fully understand this choice

@8L55CZ7 from Utah answered…2yrs

This is only up to the person, and should not be a political issue.

@Davidc0302 from Oregon answered…2yrs

@8JN8BGC from Texas answered…2yrs

@8FPLGKD from Texas answered…2yrs

Yes, but only if the medical professional also consents to performing the procedure.

@8FB9K6P from Missouri answered…2yrs

@8DP6P7F from Massachusetts answered…2yrs

They should in theory, but right now we don't have the resources to morally do this, some people end up having to go earlier than they wanted because they may no be able to give consent at the time that they intended to die.

@8CYG8KL from North Carolina answered…2yrs

While it is inhumane, it is more inhumane to let someone suffer in the hellish abyss that is terminal mental illness, if there is a chance they can be saved, then we should try for a certain amount of time, the amount of time depends on the illness, but if it's impossible, then don't let them suffer.

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

Yes, but only after a psychological examination to show they fully understand this choice

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Yes, but only if there is no chance they will survive their illness

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