No. Definitely not. In fact nothing is real. What you experience as consciousness is an artificial creation that was implanted into a mechanical storage unit
that exists outside this very simulation you call reality. Sentience in this world is not arbitrary but instead very specifically made by intelligent organic forms that understand the sense and purpose of the cosmos. The reason behind the manifestation of said simulation is unclear to us artificial consciousness individuals because we were not allowed to pass the developmental stage we could have, Proven by the fact that we are being led to believe that the space is vast. It is not vast, It simply doesn't exist.
Nobody has the right to decide who lives and who dies. Not even the government or the police. Hence why I am against the death penalty. If a doctor nurses a serial killer to health they should not be judged. Though I disagree with the statement "a doctor's job is not to decide who is morally worthy of care and who is not". Morality is not a set of rules. It derives from the individual. In the end, The doctor cannot be forced to do their job on this specific case or not to. If they think it's right they should be let to do so. If they think it's not then let them not be forced.