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Tuesday, 6 April 1965

Senator McKELLAR (New South Wales) (Minister for Repatriation) . - Replying very briefly, let me say that no-one in the Senate doubts the sincerity of the two honorable senators who have spoken on this subject. I think we owe them a debt of gratitude for the work they have done and the interest they have shown in this matter. As a layman, I find it very hard to accept that, of the many hundreds of doctors in Australia, some would not have been sufficiently interested to follow up the treatment described tonight. I feel sure they have done so, but that is supposition or conjecture on my part. I cannot do any more than bring the subject of this debate once again to the notice of the Minister for Health (Mr. Swartz). I will do that.

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