In the 21st century, assisted suicide should undoubtedly be legalized I am a firm believer that any person above 18 (or any other reasonable minimum age) whom has no dependents living under him or her should have the right to undergo assisted suicide whether or not they have a medical condition. Anyone considering suicide usually has a legitimate reason; a happy person would never consider suicide in the first place. There are many people who might change their minds about suicide but at the same time there are many people who are fully determined for suicide. Unfortunately, there is not always hope or solutions to all problems, lets face the reality, sometimes things can be so bad that they cannot be solved or changed (I stress the word "sometimes"). I think that for people with no medical conditions, a one year "probation" period can be implemented with therapy and if the person is still determined to end his or her life via physician assisted suicide, he should be allowed. Of course a person with a clear medical condition such as cancer or MS should be immediately allowed to undergo assisted suicide. Again, I strongly believe that in the 21st century, physician assisted suicide should be legal. Again, it is a person's choice to end his life, as long as he is not causing any major harm to anyone else, why not?