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Dying with Dignity
Dying with dignity
ChandralekhaDuttagupta
Dying with Dignity

‘Death and Dying’ has been the subject of many a discussion in the present era, notwithstanding how ‘death’ is a morbid subject. ‘Euthanasia’, ‘assisted suicide’, ‘death with dignity’ are all worldwide concerns and must, therefore, be matters of consideration for every sensible and sensitive human being.

Let us assume that ‘dying’ (for the terminally ill) is a process, comparable to a complex chemical reaction. The hard fact remains that the initial reactant (life) eventually leads to the final product (death). The ‘unknown’ element, however, is the path through which this reaction takes place. In other words, the modality through which Death shall occur for an individual remains to be explored or observed. The objective of this chapter is to ...

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