Mercy killing, aka. Euthanasia, in Singapore recently become more and more hot topics, and become main agenda in Government to be discussed, probably soon to be legalized to be done in Singapore.

Here is the mentality that is growing among aged-population in Singapore:

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Every human-being with a healty brain and moral, will definitely reject this mercy-killing suicide in any kind of forms, it is a basic human-rights for an age-old person to be alive, and that is the oath of a physician to put priority of taking care their patients then “put them to sleep”.

Are these age-old people starts becoming a burden by someone? somebody? everybody? or even a country’s burden against the dropping GDP that they will still be counted? – what about those people in conjunction with government related who is also age-old, do they have the same Euthanasia mentality?

Here is the Part III about The Human-Cloning and Prohibited Practices Act in Singapore, that is recently been amended:

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And here is the Part III about that ACT, and its original URL link at the bottom:

PART III
PROHIBITED PRACTICES
Division 1 — Human cloning

Prohibition against placing human embryo clone in body of human or animal
5. No person shall place any human embryo clone in the body of a human or the body of an animal.

No defence that human embryo clone could not survive
6. It shall not be a defence to an offence under section 5 that the human embryo clone did not survive or could not have survived.

Division 2 — Other prohibited practices

Prohibition against developing human embryo created other than by fertilisation of human egg by human sperm
7. No person shall develop any human embryo, that is created by a process other than the fertilisation of a human egg by human sperm, for a period of more than 14 days, excluding any period when the development of the embryo is suspended.

Prohibition against developing human embryo outside body of woman for more than 14 days
8. No person shall develop any human embryo outside the body of a woman for a period of more than 14 days, excluding any period when the development of the embryo is suspended.

Prohibition against collecting viable human embryo from body of woman
9. No person shall remove any human embryo from the body of a woman for the purpose of collecting a viable human embryo.

Prohibition against certain uses of embryo
10. No person shall —

(a) place any human embryo in an animal;

(b) place any human embryo in the body of a human, other than in a woman”s reproductive tract; or

(c) place any animal embryo in the body of a human for any period of gestation.

Prohibition against placing prohibited embryo in body of woman
11. No person shall place any embryo in the body of a woman knowing that, or reckless as to whether, the embryo is a prohibited embryo.

Prohibition against importing and exporting prohibited embryos
12. No person shall knowingly —

(a) import any prohibited embryo into Singapore; or

(b) export any prohibited embryo out of Singapore.

Prohibition against commercial trading in human eggs, human sperm and human embryos
13. —(1) No person shall —

(a) give or offer valuable consideration to another person; or

(b) receive, or offer to receive, valuable consideration from another person,

for the supply of any human egg, human sperm or human embryo.

(2) Any contract or arrangement entered into by any person in contravention of subsection (1) shall be void.

(3) Subsection (2) shall not apply to or in relation to any contract or arrangement providing only for the reimbursement of any reasonable expenses incurred by a person in relation to the supply of any human egg, human sperm or human embryo.

(4) For the avoidance of doubt, any reference in this section to the supply of any human egg, human sperm or human embryo shall not include the provision of any service for facilitating the donation and receipt of any human egg, human sperm or human embryo by receiving, storing, processing and subsequently implanting the donated human egg, human sperm or human embryo in the body of another human, whether or not for consideration.

(5) In this section —

“reasonable expenses” —

(a) in relation to the supply of any human egg or human sperm, includes, but is not limited to, expenses relating to the collection, storage or transport of the egg or sperm; and

(b) in relation to the supply of any human embryo, includes, but is not limited to, expenses relating to the storage or transport of the embryo;

“valuable consideration” , in relation to the supply of any human egg, human sperm or human embryo by a person, includes any inducement, discount or priority in the provision of a service to the person, but does not include the payment of reasonable expenses incurred by the person in connection with the supply.

Original URL:
http://statutes.agc.gov.sg/non_version/cgi-bin/cgi_getdata.pl?actno=2005-REVED-131B&doctitle=HUMAN%20CLONING%20AND%20OTHER%20PROHIBITED%20PRACTICES%20ACT%0A&date=latest&method=part&sl=1&segid=1122626660-000100

Will you want to be the part of it to support Euthanasia? Or you will be acting against it? Why cant you see it as your own family, will you do the same to your own family?

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