Source: BBC News
Date of publication: December 2013
Publication Type: Audio Interview
In a nutshell: Campaigners have called on the government to allow meningitis B immunisation on the NHS. Doctors who advise the government say that rolling out the vaccine, called Bexsero, is not cost effective. However Julie Jenkins, whose son Louie had his legs and fingers amputated after contracting the disease, claims the after effects of meningitis are far more expensive.