I'm not suggesting that people shouldn't have the right to end their own lives should they make that decision. I'm against other people assisting them. Hence... assisted suicide. If a person is too ill to take their own life (via pills or other means), then they are very most likely too ill to legally consent to euthenasia as it is. Simply put, I don't believe that people should have the right to determine life or death of other people except under very rare circumstances. So for those of you that support assisted suicide. Give me a very compelling reason why it should be allowed - other than to say that a person simply doesn't want to live anymore or that they are in incredible pain. I've already stated that the pain can be easily managed with terminally ill patients in the vast majority of cases (I'm willing to concede that there may be some exceptions to this, but the exceptions are so minimal it's almost not worth mentioning). I simply don't think that the medical profession should have any role in helping people end their own lives... not in any way, shape, or form.