The NHS will start funding nurses who specialise in motor neurone disease (MND) in Scotland it has been revealed.
Scottish First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon announced the cash to pay for these changes as part of a £2.5m-a-year plan to improve specialist nursing care for those with MND and other rare conditions.
Speaking to the BBC she said: “We are establishing a £2.5m fund to expand specialist nursing care for people with very rare conditions.
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