To answer each part:
First answer: I do see your view on how it is your life, and you should do with it what you choose. I agree. My only problem is that I do not feel other people should be involved with this choice. (I would feel awful if I helped someone kill themselves, even if it was what they wanted.) Yes, it is free-will, but involving other people in a death isn't exactly morally okay.
Second answer: I realize there are other reasons, this was just one of my examples. The drugs used can cost around 75$-100$, which is MUCH less than hospital treatment (obviously). Some people considering this option can be persuaded to choose it because of the low cost. Many people may be suffering and that will be there reason for considering it, but the money factor could possibly be the one that confirms their decision. This may not be the case, but can possibly be it.
Third answer: I see your point. If it is the best possible, then maybe, but otherwise I say no. If a person if suffering to a certain point, then their choice in this matter to keep fighting is theirs.
Thanks for responding and sharing!
Some of my info for my answers were from:
Marker, Rita L., and Kathi Hamlon. "Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide Should Not Be Legal." Assisted Suicide. Ed. Noël Merino. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2012. Current Controversies. Rpt. from "Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide: Frequently Asked Questions." Patients Rights Council, 2010. Opposing Viewpoints in Context. Web. 23 Feb. 2015.