HC Deb 07 November 1944 vol 404 c1290W
Mr. Viant

asked the Minister of Pensions whether, in view of the fact that, during the past 20 years, a considerable number of inoculated men in the Army and R.N. have suffered from typhoid fever and that no man invalided in consequence has had his pension reduced because he suffered from typhoid fever, he will give instructions that no difference is to be made between inoculated and uninoculated officers and men invalided out of the Services in consequence of the effects of enteric fever.

Sir W. Womersley

In dealing with pension claims in respect of the effects of enteric fever no difference is made between inoculated or uninoculated officers and men.