well, you do know that life is terminal. most of its value comes from living it.
i do agree with the end-of-life care which provides euthanasia when the pin is too great and can not be relieved.
as this type of care is provided in a hospice or hospital setting, it might require a bed-overnight; or, perhaps, the doctor can provide in-home care so one may pass in familiar surroundings with loved ones.
it seems to me that the recognition-factor here, on a scale of 1-to-10, is how much do you believe that a person owns their own life?