It is possible that the latter might reveal additional information. One would make no mistake that codes of conduct that are promoted among athletic directors strictly forbid them to conceal such important information as true medical state of a person. That is why if I decide to help Matt, I will clearly violate the code of conduct which will show my lack of professionalism. Contrary to that, I believe that Matt is a rather promising young man who should be given a chance to pursuit his dream. In spite of the fact that I believe in him, I think that the diagnosis will not allow him to become a successful athlete. I think that the situation is really difficult; so, I might benefit from contacting my peers. There is no doubt that other athletic directors would support me in refusing to conceal the health condition of Matt since this will not only endanger him and me, but also other people and show my lack of professionalism. So, there are basically several options: one – I agree not to inform the coach about Matt’s disease and two – I tell the coach right away and Matt does not play sports in the future. It is extremely hard to find a win win situation in this case. However, I assume that the second option will bring more benefit to Matt since in this case he will be able to direct all his efforts on treatment of the virus. I am strongly convinced that my family would support my decision since they know that I am always willing to help people and will never harm them in any way. Indeed, though there might be some negative consequences for Matt in the short run, in the long perspective he will probably benefit.
Having examined all the options, I believe that the correct decision in this case would be to tell the coach about Matt’s health condition. Some people might think that I am being insensitive and not helpful, since the young man