PBS Frontline Documentary 'Facing Death'

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To start off, watching the PBS Frontline Documentary, "Facing Death." was a bit tough for me since my family and I recently had to go through that whole process, prior to my grandfather’s death. I take decisions for end-of-life issues very seriously, as it is literally a matter of life or death. In my opinion, the decision should be made with no biases or selfish, ulterior motives into play, it should be for the benefit of the dying patient/family member.
I personally believe that euthanasia contradicts the Hippocratic Oath and the morals/values I’d expect healthcare personnel to have. How can you claim to want to help save or improve lives when you’re bailing out on them as soon as things get a bit tough, by some standard? When a doctor says,
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