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Volume 972: debated on Tuesday 23 October 1979

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asked the Secretary of State for Social Services how many National Health Service chiropody treatments were provided to what number of people in (a) the Kirklees area health authority, (b) the Leeds area health authority, (c) the Yorkshire region and (d) England and Wales, in 1975, 1977 and 1978; and what were the corresponding numbers per 10,000 population.

[pursuant to his reply, 27 July 1979, c. 688]: The figures given in the table under "Number of people treated—England 1975", (118,889) and "Number of treatments—England 1977", (5,433,762) are incorrect. The correct figures are 1,181,889 and 5,433,782 respectively.