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Selly Oak treatment for casualties of War

27th April 2007
Selly Oak Hospital may soon offer specialised military treatment unit where wounded British soldiers can be treated with comrades, the Government suggested yesterday. Armed Forces Minister Adam Ingram said the Government was trying to find the ''best solution'' to mixed public and military wards. He added, ''Having seen the excellence of the facilities and having spoken to staff and patients, I am convinced they are right.''

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Title: Selly Oak treatment for casualties of War
Author: Anne Waller
Article Id: 2685
Date Added: 27th Apr 2007

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