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  1. Life itself cannot be in the very hands of a person, since a person has no power over death, and therefore over life, he can only change the way of life.�

    When refusing treatment, there can be two reasons, fear and ego, although they are almost the same thing. It is desirable to save the life of a living person,

  2. First, you need to determine whether this person is dangerous to others? If so, then treat it, and if there is no consent, it can also be forced. A person does not have the right to dispose of other people's lives, despite any arguments ( even if he believes that a small binge for a month and drunken brawls are normal, even if a couple of false scientists have firmly convinced him that the HIV virus does not exist, even if you think about it, and almost stabbing your wife in the heat of a quarrel does not count). No need to wait for a miracle or precedent. Treat immediately, in some cases – isolate.

    For lovers of self-destruction, compulsory treatment is also quite acceptable. The methods are milder, but the essence is the same – you can let a person die in peace while doing nothing only in two cases. The first is that the person can no longer be helped, the disease will not recede, and treatment in the best outcome will end in torment for the rest of his days(hello, euthanasia!). The second is that people don't really give a shit, I'm not Mother Teresa or God, natural selection should work at least somehow.

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