The Tricky Ethics of the Lucrative Disaster Rescue Business | WIRED: "Global Rescue can’t reasonably be expected to offer pro bono flights to every victim it encounters. As Richards says, it’s not the Red Cross. Still, the experience affected Anderson deeply. “It’s difficult,” he says. “With our background, we want to get in there. We want to help.” The patient made it to Kathmandu the next day. His family reported he’d survived. Whether he’d suffered permanent damage was anyone’s guess. Neither the doctor nor Anderson knew his name."
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