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the plight of quadriplegic Vance salt Lomba has fired up the right to die debate in France he's been paralyzed on it deep vegetative state that this hospital in the north of the country since a motorcycle accident in two thousand and eight his wife supports ending his care and letting him die and is supported by several of his siblings but he's Catholic parents and some other family members say he must be kept alive , because of us on the day he is all about the preservation of human life lance on is disabled but not in a vegetative state his eyes and moving his ice cry he feels emotions for sure he is disabled but he is alive and he has feelings lambat as doctors planned to stop providing treatment this week his wife's proceed the case to the European Court of human rights which rule doctors could take him off life support but his parents repeating to the French president to intervene euthanasia is illegal in France but in twenty sixteen hello was introduced giving terminally ill patients the right to be put into continuous deep sedation until death France's health minister said legal avenues had been exhausted the medical team is now entitled to stop cash