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Scottish Parliament: Motions and Amendments: 2002 S1M-2970

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S1M-2970# Dr Sylvia Jackson (Stirling) (Lab) : MS Awareness Week, 14-21 April 2002— That the Parliament welcomes MS Awareness Week, 14-21 April 2002, which aims to raise the profile of the disease of multiple sclerosis; recognises the role that the health service in Scotland and the MS Society Scotland play in improving the lives of people affected by MS; notes the recent progress which will ensure that beta interferon is made available to all those people with MS who can benefit from it, and considers that the Scottish Executive should work closely with the MS Society in developing a national standard of care for people with MS.

Supported by: David Mundell, Karen Whitefield, Ms Jackie Baillie, Robert Brown, Dennis Canavan, Mr David Davidson, Phil Gallie, Mr Kenneth Gibson, Christine Grahame, Mr John Home Robertson, Johann Lamont, Mr Angus MacKay, Tricia Marwick, Mr John McAllion, Mrs Nora Radcliffe, Mrs Elaine Smith, Mrs Margaret Smith, Ms Sandra White, Brian Adam, Scott Barrie, Bill Butler, Dr Winnie Ewing, Mr Brian Fitzpatrick, Trish Godman, Rhoda Grant, Mr Keith Harding, Janis Hughes, Marilyn Livingstone, Mr Michael Matheson, Des McNulty, Irene Oldfather, Mary Scanlon, Mr John Scott, Colin Campbell, Irene McGugan, Mrs Lyndsay McIntosh, Mr Michael McMahon, Ms Pauline McNeill, Ms Elaine Thomson, Mr Murray Tosh, Mr Andrew Welsh, Ms Sarah Boyack, Dorothy-Grace Elder, Ms Linda Fabiani, Mr Kenny MacAskill, Mr Kenneth Macintosh, Ms Fiona McLeod, Michael Russell, Tommy Sheridan, Mr Adam Ingram, Mr Gil Paterson, Mr Lloyd Quinan, Karen Gillon, Mr Keith Raffan, Donald Gorrie

Lodged on 09 April 2002; not current as of 18 June 2002

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Scottish Parliament: Motions and Amendments: 2002 S1M-2970

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Method of composition Wordprocessed
Year of composition 2002
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General description Motions and Amendments. See http://www.scottish.parliament.uk/business/motionsAndAmendments/index.htm

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Publication year 2002
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