§ Sir G. GREENWOOD
asked the Undersecretary of State for War whether, in view of the success achieved by the ozone treatment in relieving suffering and saving life in the cases of men who have been gassed, any steps have been or will be taken to promote a general or more extended adoption of such treatment?
§ Mr. MACPHERSON
I am not aware of any ozone treatment for gassed cases, but perhaps my hon. Friend is alluding to oxygen treatment. This latter treatment is still on its trials, and although promising results have been obtained, it is not intended to promote a general adoption of the treatment until further information as to its efficacy has been acquired.