HC Deb 28 June 1928 vol 219 c672
3. Sir W. de FRECE

asked the Minister of Pensions whether there are any cases in which an ex-service man suffering from an incurable disability contracted through war service is not entitled to any form of treatment: and, if so, what is the explanation?


I am not clear what type of case my hon. Friend has in mind. A pensioner would always be entitled to receive any course of treatment necessary for a condition which was found by my medical advisers to be due to his war service.