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I couldn't agree more. If you happened to tune in to previous sessions of this committee, you'll know that I've been talking ad nauseam about the national emergency strategic stockpile supply, and I'll continue to do that.
As it relates to the grey area, I'll call it, between the hypercompetitive world of research within post-secondary and the private sector, you've referenced Thornhill Medical as a technology corporation that is affiliated with the UHN. It has received some support from the government, or at least letters of intent.
In this phase—this crisis, this emergency—how is the data that's being produced publicly by publicly funded institutions like our universities and hospitals being shared in an open source way across all private sectors as well as public research bodies? My concern is that the proprietary nature of publicly funded research might slow down the process of getting things to the marketplace. Can you share your thoughts on that?
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