Euthanasia should be legal and available for suffering patients with no hope of recovery.
Self-determination is a human right; patients have a right to a quick and painless suicide assisted by a doctor.
There is no meaningful distinction between active euthanasia and the withdrawal of life-sustaining medical interventions assisted by anesthetics. The end result is essentially the same.
Many patients wish for the legal euthanasia, because of their reliance on third parties and humiliating conditions they're forced to live the remainder of their life. Denying them that right infringes on the dignity of human being.
Ending patient’s suffering is more ethically justified than prolonging it.