As we all know, the spread of Ebola is becoming a problem in Africa. There's a new drug called Zmapp that has proven effective in a small number of cases for fighting Ebola. It's still in the experiential stage. So, no one knows what long-term effects it can have and etc. With all that said, do you believe the drug should be released in Africa right now? With so many people dying or dead, should we bypass the months or years it would take to do experiments and get the drug approved? If you were dying of Ebola would you want this experimental drug? This is more of an ethics question than a political or investment question.