§ Mr. Iain Macleod
Officers of my Department and of the Medical Research Council have been in close touch with investigations into this question in other countries, all of which have been or will be published in the medical and scientific Press and are freely available to persons concerned.
§ Mr. Macleod
I recognise the great public interest in this matter, but I have no intention of speculating in advance of proof.
§ Mr. Bottomley
Is not it a fact that cancer of the lung is the most serious of all the cancerous growths, and does not an increase in the disease coincide with heavy smoking by women, particularly since 1925?