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I’m stuck on a Writing question and need an explanation.

Is Will's request to reprogram the morphine machine justified by an ethical right to decide the course of his own death?

What are the ethical implications of Will's request that his physicians reprogram his morphine machine?

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Final Answer

Since Wills is dying with liver cancer, he is justified for his request for less paid to decide his own death.

He will not beaddicted to morphine. Any way he is going to die. Hence there is no ethical implication.

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Carnegie Mellon University

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