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  1. An Analysis of the Moral and Religious Issues Raised by Euthanasia

    Euthanasia can be divided into four categories: * Suicide - This is self-administrated euthanasia. Suicide is not illegal, although it may be considered morally wrong, but helping someone to commit suicide is illegal. * Voluntary Euthanasia - This is carried out at the request of the person who wishes to die, but is not able to commit suicide, or for a person who is no longer able to ask to die, but has left prior instructions that he or she wishes to be helped to die in certain circumstances.

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