I want to begin by looking at clause 5 of the bill, which prohibits collection, use, or disclosure without the written consent of the patient. That makes sense, in my opinion. There's nothing wrong with that clause, but I think it's a fact that when an individual undertakes genetic testing, for example, it may show that he or she has a predisposition to a disease or something, and as a result of that predisposition, it may also demonstrate that family members have a similar predisposition. It could be argued that, to some degree, the clause doesn't go far enough to protect other persons who might in some way be impacted as a result of an individual giving their consent.
Do any of the witnesses have any thoughts on that? Is it a concern? Is there something that perhaps should be considered in the way of an amendment to the legislation? Or are you satisfied that it's good as it is?