Assume for a moment that you have gone through medical school, completed a residency, and have developed an incredible ability to heal a patient regardless of the complexity and severity of the disease. Your healing ability is solely based on your intense desire to cure the patient's unique illness. Let's say that you've begun a private practice. It has been remarkably successful and the people you've helped truly appreciate the quality of personal care you provide. Every patient who has visited you has been perfectly cured. Governments and international organizations have asked that you leave your practice and help train physicans in developing countries to improve their quality of healthcare, and you comply. Now, imagine that you are serving in a rural clinic in Afghanistan. Tomorrow you discover that the newest patient rushed to the clinic is Mr. bin Laden, of current infamy. He is suffering from a critical injury and will surely pass away without your immediate help. If you treat him, he will recover. If you do help him, there is no guarantee that he will be captured. Regardless of what action you take, news will quickly spread of what you did and you will personally face the world's reaction. What would you do under these circumstances?