Is it fair to euthanize a disease like depression? (it’s not a provocative question, I’d like to have a serious discussion on the subject)

Is it fair to euthanize a disease like depression?  (it’s not a provocative question, I’d like to have a serious discussion on the subject)

Is it fair to euthanize a disease like depression?  (it's not a provocative question, I'd like to have a serious discussion on the subject)

There is no debate and there be no debate for two reasons:

Noa didn’t die of euthanasia.

had already requested it a year ago when she came to a clinic without informing her parents to apply for euthanasia and was denied it euthanasia is not given to

WHOEVER REQUESTS IT

but there are rules:

In his case Noa have completed the trauma and the brain have been completed grown, this happens in the 21st year of age. So, Noa, not accepting this decided to l

dry out and die of malnutrition.

We’re nobody to decide what’s for a person’s life,

so much so that the Dutch Ministry of Health is considering whether to open an investigation

I think that before we feel compelled to have our say on his choice, we should read his book where told his story.

The important thing is that whoever is going through a difficult time and thinks to solve it like Noa, must keep in mind that there is always a solution to everything and

getting help is THE ONLY SOLUTION.

Regarding this case, I think we should still expect a lot news and, above all, some clarity, the Republic, the Corriere, Wired, only in the last 20 minutes are updating and clarifying. We read well, carefully, from different sources and then maybe we ask questions or give certain answers, if only out of respect for the person who is no longer there and the pain around.