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Death is not a solution to the challenges of life.
Euthanasia is expressly intended to cause the death of a person, either by lethal injection, assisting in suicide, or withholding basic levels of care from non-terminal people.
It is humane to allow a person suffering from a terminal illness to die naturally, without the use of extraordinary medical treatment that only prolongs the dying process. When a person has clearly reached their last days, the focus of medical treatment may be switched from curing to caring, but never to killing.
- Anita Cameron, Director of Minority Outreach, Not Dead Yet
- Genevieve Marnon, Senior Policy Expert, Advocates for Better Care
- Betty Odello,President, Scholl Institute of Bioethics
- Edward Rivet, Policy and Historical Expert on Assisted Suicide
- Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition
- Wesley Smith, Legal Consultant, Patients Rights Council
- Peter Wolfgang, Executive Director, Family Institute of Connecticut