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Disseminated Sclerosis

Volume 496: debated on Tuesday 26 February 1952

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asked the Minister of Pensions how many applications for disability pension on the ground of disseminated sclerosis have been made during a period of five years to the most recent convenient date; how many have been refused; and how many applications have been wholly or partially successful.

During the five years ended 30th September, 1951, 806 applications in respect of disseminated sclerosis were received; 282 were rejected; 524 were successful.