Thank you very much.
I know that there is a misunderstanding about drug shortages. A lot of people think that they happen in the OR or the ICU and emergency rooms constantly, but we know, as you touched on a little bit, about simple drugs, old drugs such as Stemetil. It was one of the old drugs that was effective and that obviously is not cost-effective to make anymore.
This links to Dr. Lexchin's question. If it isn't cost-effective to make it anymore, but these drugs, many of them oral drugs, are absolutely necessary, is there anything one can do, short of going back to a Connaught model, to help make sure that those drugs are there?