§ Mr. Parker
asked the Minister of Health whether he will consider supplying a limited number of mass radiography sets, from the stock of apparatus ordered by the Ministry from British manufacturers, to the Allied Governments in order that they may be able to estimate the extent of the tuberculosis problem in their countries after liberation; whether training will be provided through the Ministry's special training course to such allied mass radiography teams as require it; and whether the co-operation of British tuberculosis experts will be available to assist and advise the Allied Governments in their anti-tuberculosis work.
§ Mr. Willink
The question of making mass radiography apparatus available to the liberated countries is outside my responsibility, but I understand that it is under consideration by the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration. As regards the last two parts of the Question, I shall be glad to render all the assistance in my power.