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Quantity vs. Quality Many people see death is a bad thing. People don't like it and they don't want to hear about it. For many seriously ill and vegetative patients, death is a good thing for them. Death will end their suffering from pains and they can also die with dignity. Euthanasia traditionally means a "good death." The term has traditionally been used to refer to the hastening of a suffering person's death or "mercy killing." The legalization of euthanasia is important for the patient because it would give dying people a choice to determine if they want to fight the disease or end their suffering.Since I strongly believe the quality of human life is far more important than the length of life, therefore I am for legalizing of euthanasia. The reason I am for legalizing of euthanasia is because I don't like the feeling of pain. I don't think anyone likes that feeling. I hate seeing other people suffering from all kind of diseases. People should try to enjoy their lives as much as they can. Disease such as AIDS, there is no medication or any method can cure that disease. The legalizing of euthanasia can actually minimize the suffering of those patients. Legalize of euthanasia doesn't simply mean that we encourage people to die. We just want to minimize the suffering of the people.Legalizing of euthanasia allows dying patients to choose between live or die. For example my mother's friend's husband, Todd,...

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