Emergency Services Minister questioned about discrimination in cancer compensation

The constituency question I wish to raise is for the Minister for Emergency Services. Minister, my electorate contains both integrated and fully volunteer stations at Rowville and Scoresby. Volunteer and paid firefighters at Scoresby and Rowville attend a large number of call-outs per year to incidents including car accidents and chemical spills on EastLink and tip fires at the nearby council tip. Minister, can you explain to these firefighters who have attended many of these jobs side by side, under the same conditions, why paid firefighters who develop cancer will have access to presumptive legislation yet volunteers will be discriminated against and have to jump through hoops to prove their medical claims for assistance before a panel?