I wanted to ask you a little more, Dr. Lexchin, on one of the issues you brought up with regard to your recommendations.
My general impression is that you believe that it's the role—and I'm just asking for a specification on this—of the federal government to make the decisions with respect to pharmaceuticals and which hospitals receive them under what circumstances?
When I stand in the OR—and I mentioned this last week to those at the CMA—I don't pick up the phone and call the Minister of Health when I run out of a drug. I think you probably don't do that in the emergency department when you have a challenge. Could you outline your understanding of what happens when you have that shortage in your emergency department? Who do you go to in your institution to try to rectify that?