HC Deb 23 October 1956 vol 558 c13W
54. Mr. Woodburn

asked the Secretary of State for Scotland what progress has been made in arrangements to supply teaching hospitals in Scotland with necessary scientific aids comparable with or in advance of the most advanced practice elsewhere.

Mr. J. Stuart

Within the limits of the finance available the hospital authorities concerned are steadily improving the facilities for treating patients and providing the new equipment which scientific progress has made possible. I do what I can to encourage and assist them, and if the right hon. Gentleman has any deficiency in mind perhaps he will bring it to my attention.

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