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Tuesday, 3 December 2002
Page: 7041

Senator PATTERSON (Minister for Health and Ageing) (6:29 PM) — The answer is that the licensing committee receives that information, but it is not necessarily available to the public. I will try to give you an example. If you go to a university and the ethics committee looks at a proposal, that is one process and that then goes to the licensing committee. I am advised that the actual ethics committee advice is not, under the legislation, necessarily publicly available.