We all know how Russian roulette works. If you play the game then you accept all risk to yourself and to others. You also openly accept that a quick death and a “lived death” (chronic disability and prior hobbies/interests/continued employment/fiscal stability are not good friends) are some of the bullets that you might be struck with. And who’s holding the loaded gun? Fate. Nothing more, nothing less.
Is it really worth the risk until science catches up?
Death is the worst outcome. Lifelong or even multi-month debilitating chronic complications is the second worst outcome. Why risk it? A temporary inconvenience is always better than a permanent or chronic “inconvenience”.