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In November, national news outlets reported on Steve Rucker, a nurse at the National Institutes of Health and one of two people to receive an experimental vaccine for Ebola. He did it, he told reporters, because he knew how important vaccines were to areas of the world where medicines and expertise for treating diseases are hard to come by.

Compensation for subjects is fine as long as it doesn’t cross the line