Rose Rosette - remove seemingly unaffected neighboring roses?
I recently removed from my North Texas garden 1 each of Belinda's Dream, Marie Pavie, Climbing Pinkie, and an unknown white hybrid tea. The beds were in too much shade as the surrounding landscape has matured, so I suspect that this contributed to their vulnerability. They were not actually dead, just showing symptoms (witches brooms, etc.), so I removed them.
My question now is whether I should also destroy two other roses that were in the same bed that have not shown any signs of the disease. There is another Belinda's Dream and a Mrs. R.M. Finch that either need to be moved to a sunnier location or sacrificed in order to not infect roses in other locations in my yard. I am tempted to move them out of frugalness and sentimentality, but I certainly don't want to spread the disease around. Am I better off just making them take one for the team?