§ Sir W. Wakefield
asked the Minister of Health if he is satisfied with the progress being made in the use of mass radiography; and what steps is he taking to push on the direction of this development in medical science.
§ Mr. Willink
Satisfactory progress is being made by the mass radiography units which have so far been brought into operation. I regret that existing conditions do not yet permit any extensive application of the system, not only because of limitations on production of the highly specialised apparatus required, but also because the present demands on medical man-power hinder the provision of the expert staff essential for the proper use of the units.