This action is argued to be the right one by many physicians who believe that it would end the pain of the patient. On the other hand, it has been criticized by many too as the opponents believe that the life of an individual should never be taken as miracles can happen anytime. Similarly, they also propose that a painful condition can lead to such miserable decisions which would be later on regretted by the patient. This research revolves around this controversy by presenting different views of the doctors (Materstvedt et al., 2003).1. Herbert Hendin is a professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in the New York Medical College. He is against the legalization of Euthanasia because he believes that it would cause problems for the healthcare society. He has written several research articles on Euthanasia including Physician-Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia in the Netherlands: Lessons from the Dutch, and Suicide, Assisted Suicide, and Euthanasia.2. Len Doyal is a medical ethics professor at the University of London. He believes that euthanasia should be promoted in the society as it would help the patients to get relieved. He has been involved in writing research articles of Euthanasia including Why active euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide should be legalized.3. Dr. Sherwin Nuland is the Professor of Surgery at Yale Medical School. He believes that euthanasia should be encouraged but does not support it as others do. Hence his status on euthanasia can be taken as neutral. He has been involved with publications like Doctors and Discoveries: Lives That Created Todays Medicine.4. Gary Rogers has done bachelors in Information Technology and is working in a reputable organization.