Physician assisted suicide refers to a situation whereby a sick person’s life is intentionally terminated with the goal of relieving them of suffering (Diaconescu 474). The termination may be undertaken on request by the affected person; however controversy as to which point of sickness is it right to exercise euthanasia is still unsettled. Individual prefers that no patient contemplate suicide, but in the recent past there have been improvements to manage pain in patients, which has led to the reduction in the number of patients who seek assisted suicide. However, due to adverse illnesses patients experience severe suffering that cannot be cleared by palliative medicines that induce them to seek liberation in assisted suicide; therefore, physicians should be permitted to undertake assisted suicide. Psychological knowledge provides that under natural circumstances no human being would wish for termination of his living. Man naturally fears death and the prospects of facing death are almost intolerable even in the most dismal points of man’s living. However there comes a point when the reality dawns and death becomes inevitable. Under necessary considerations, euthanasia is not only a positive act but of great benefit to both the person in which the act is being undertaken and his relatives (Storch 754). Advances in the medical field can precisely predict the chances of one’s surviving a given condition.