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The concept of Intellectual Property as individual property to which there is exclusive access limits the ability of all people to engage in meaningful dialogue and work in many fields. It stifles our creativity and our productive capacity as human inhabitants of the earth. The support of individuals whose work is novel and creative, and benefits the public, should be a public responsibility shared by all who benefit — in most cases from universal taxation.
Joanne Folstad R.N. BSN, CNeph(C)
Faculty, Nursing Division
Nursing Education Program of Saskatchewan