Do you think doctors should work around deadly diseases like Ebola when there's a risk for them to become ill as well? I ask this question because a doctor from Sierra Leone who helped cured 100 patients suffering from Ebola died yesterday. It was so sad and a few weeks ago he expressed his concern about helping patients with this horrible disease. At the same time, it’s their job and doctors are aware of the risks. It’s not only a benefit to the patient but also to the doctor’s reputation. In fact, I thinks it is almost a humanitarian act rather than a doctor just doing his/her job. What are your thoughts?