HC Deb 07 February 1843 vol 66 c223
Mr. Fox Maule

wished to know whether her Majesty's Government had it in contemplation to bring in any bill connected with medical reform?

Sir James Graham

said, he had bestowed the utmost attention upon the subject to which the right hon. Gentleman referred. In the course of last Session the Government had been in correspondence with the two great colleges connected with the medical profession, with a view to some legislative measure affecting the profession. They were now approximating to an arrangement with those two colleges, and he trusted that he should shortly be able to introduce to the consideration of Parliament two bills, one affecting the constitution of the charter of the Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons of London, and another affecting the medical profession generally throughout the kingdom.

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