Families of meningitis victims are angry that a potentially life-saving vaccine may not be available because of the cost to the NHS.
The vaccine for the meningitis B strain has been approved at European level, but so far its been classed as "not cost effective" in the UK.
Campaigners from Cumbria and south-west Scotland have put their case forward for the vaccine to be introduced as soon as possible.
Matthew Taylor reports:
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