Doctors must never give up on their patients no matter how hopeless the situation might be.They must exhaust all options to give their patients a fighting chance to survive and recover.
Thus, doctors will not have an excuse for not doing their best for their patients as they already have access to the best medical technologies, medicines and treatment methods that will prevent them from having to resort to euthanasia as the only option.
There is no doubt that euthanasia needs to be banned as based on the three arguments discussed above, it does not deserve a place in human society.
The reason why medical experts continue to work hard to come up with improved medical technologies, medicines and treatment methods is that they want to make sure that the sick people are able to recover faster and healthy people become even healthier.
All of these efforts are being done to make the society become more productive due to the presence of healthy and strong people (Mc Dougall 26).
Euthanasia is not that different from murder because they both involve killing a person.
The only difference is that in euthanasia, there is mercy and consent involved while in murder there is none (Tulloch 82).
Thus, it is the responsibility of the doctors to always do the best they can to help people live and enjoy their lives (Cavan 48).
If their patients die under their supervision, the doctors can accept this for as long as they know and can prove that they really did their best and exhausted all possibilities to ensure the survival of the patients.
This reality does not intimidate the mature Christian.
The believer recognizes the opportunity to serve others is limited but nonetheless significant.