Not quite the same, but: I had a buddy who was diagnosed with a particularly virulent cancer and given 3 months to live, he asked me to help take care of him and help him sort stuff out before he died. He wanted to die quickly and with dignity, so I got in touch with a clinic in Switzerland that helps with voluntary euthanasia and started the paperwork for him to be admitted. Before they got back to me I had a visit from 2 detectives (this was when I lived in the UK) who told me I would face charges if the trip went ahead. I was still up for it, but my buddy wanted to avoid getting me a 7 year prison sentance, so he backed out of the scheme. I had to watch him lose 30% of his body mass, have new tumors appear and double in size in just a few days, lose control of his bladder, his bowels, bleed from the nose, eyes, ears, rectum and lose his fingernails before he died, crying blood and shitting himself. Anyone who thinks that euthanasia is wrong should be forced to watch something like that, nice and close where you can smell the fear, shit and blood...... I'd be amazed if they still felt it was wrong.