MP Eugene Bellemare writes Associate Health Critic Rey Pagtakhan.; 1989.
Liberal Health Critic David Dingwall's assistant Dan Donovan, who was literally trying to become a stand up comedian at the time, described the needs of a room-mate of a friend who was sensitive to and had to avoid aftershave, as unreasonable. I asked my MP to refer the concern to the associate health critic Rey Pagtakhan. When I met with Pagtakhan, he took great pride in describing how he had tracked down a boy's sensitivity to certain kinds of wood by using the publicly insured method of diagnosis, the patient interview.