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Debate: Euthanasia of individuals in a permanent vegetative state

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Should it be legal to euthanasia individuals in a permanent vegetative state?

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While assisted suicide is predicated on the notion that the patient knowingly chooses to end their lives, euthanizing individuals in a permanent vegetative state is predicated on a different logic; that vegetative individuals have not potential to recover and cannot make any decisions on their own, so the decision to die (or to be taken off of life-support) is made for them.

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