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Is a Physician ever Obligated to Help a Patient Die?

  • Yes physicians are obligates to help a patient die.

    A physicians code is to help someone in their time of medical need and if a person is suffering beyond current medicines ability to help them maintain a normal functional life then it should be that physicians obligation to help said patient die. It would be morally wrong to let someone suffer in great agony that has no current hope to be cured.

  • Yes, A Physician May be Obligated to Help a Patient Die

    I believe that there are some cases where a physician is obligated to help a patient die. For instance, if a patient has a living will or advanced directive that requests no revival measures be taken, a physician is obligated to follow that, and, in essence, help a patient die. By not following the patient's wishes, the physician would not be doing his or her job ethically or morally.

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