HC Deb 16 May 1968 vol 764 cc285-6W
Captain Kerby

asked the Minister of Health how many of the special Van de Graff mirror-lens deep X-ray machines are in use by the National Health Service; at what cost they are being imported from the Continent; in what regional board areas they are installed; for what specific section of the community they are mainly in use; and for what medical reasons connected with deep X-rays they are required.

Mr. K. Robinson

Five 2MeV Van de Graff deep X-ray machines imported from America at a cost of £27,000 each are in use in two London Teaching Hospitals and in the Sheffield, Oxford and Eastern Scotland regions for the treatment of carcinoma.

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