Parliamentary Question | have there been discussions about potential improvements? | 17 June 201

Jim Shannon MP (Democratic Unionist, Strangford) tabled a written question that asked the Secretary of State for Health what discussions he has had
with the British Medical Association and the Royal Colleges about potential improvements to the treatment of (a) brain injury and (b) chronic fatigue syndrome.

Norman Lamb MP, the Liberal Democrat Minister of State for Care and Support, gave this reply on 17 June 2014:

No recent discussions have taken place between the Department’s Ministers and either the British Medical Association or the Royal Colleges to discuss potential improvements to the treatment of either brain injury or chronic fatigue syndrome.


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