I honestly don't think that would change anything. I think it would be the same issue.
Also, not everyone knows at what point in their life they're going to be considered for a policy of any value. If you're having the testing done when you're 18, you're not even thinking about insurance. You really don't know what the repercussions could be later on when you're actually someone who needs to apply for a much larger amount.
I don't think it would change people's concept of the risk of discrimination.
Do you have any thoughts on that, Gail?