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That this House is aware of a recent National Audit Office report on neurological services for the more than two million people in the UK having a neurological condition, excluding migraine, which found poor co-ordination between health and social care services, with a national postcode lottery existing which benefits only a few of those needing specialist services, in many cases limited funds being spent inefficiently especially on unnecessary hospital stays; and believes that health services and medical research connected to neurology, desperately needs a fresh national strategic direction and clinical leadership to greatly improve services and deliver a better deal for those suffering from such conditions.
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