Grey’s Anatomy Season 6 Episode 18 “Suicide is Painless”: Sneak Peeks!

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March 19, 2010

Not having Grey’s tonight was a bummer, I know. But in lieu of a new episode are three sneak peeks for next week’s new episode, “Suicide is Painless”… check them out for spoilers on what drama we can expect to unfold next Thursday!

  • smileyglen

    I know assisted suicide (Euthanasia) is a touchee subject, and if you picture a set of scales the balance is very blurry when it comes to patients that are terminal, that are going to die fullspot. Now this is the blurry bit, do you allow nature to take it’s course and leave the patient to live in pain in some cases for a long time suffering endlessly, on a ventilator in others, or do you allow doctors turn the other way and give the patient an extra dose of morephin, knowing that extra little bit is all that’s needed to end the patients suffering. I believe it is needed only in cases where everything has been done to save the persons life, but if that life is not a life because they need a machine to breathe that is not living and the best thing for that person is to end there suffering. But if there is a chance a person can get healthy after treatment, that’s why the scales are so blurry, it’s the what if’s, and science makes break throughs all the time.

  • smileyglen

    I know assisted suicide (Euthanasia) is a touchee subject, and if you picture a set of scales the balance is very blurry when it comes to patients that are terminal, that are going to die fullspot. Now this is the blurry bit, do you allow nature to take it’s course and leave the patient to live in pain in some cases for a long time suffering endlessly, on a ventilator in others, or do you allow doctors turn the other way and give the patient an extra dose of morephin, knowing that extra little bit is all that’s needed to end the patients suffering. I believe it is needed only in cases where everything has been done to save the persons life, but if that life is not a life because they need a machine to breathe that is not living and the best thing for that person is to end there suffering. But if there is a chance a person can get healthy after treatment, that’s why the scales are so blurry, it’s the what if’s, and science makes break throughs all the time.

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