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Hearing Aids

Volume 466: debated on Thursday 23 June 1949

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asked the Minister of Health what steps he will take in the case of Mrs. Duncan of 10 The Curve, W.12, who was informed on 30th May last by her hospital that a hearing aid prescribed on that day by a specialist could not be furnished for at least a year although the aid is of a type made up by the assembly of mass-produced standard parts and the actual supplier is prepared to deliver in 14 days for payment.