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posted 03/18/2018

Pediatric neuropathologist Dr. Waney Squier has distilled decades of professional and personal experience into a potent and provocative TEDx talk, “I believed in Shaken Baby Syndrome until science showed I was wrong.”

posted 07/22/2017

A series of legal developments in the past few weeks highlights the devastating effects of misguided child abuse diagnoses on innocent families.

posted 10/10/2016

A British High Court judge has reinstated Dr. Waney Squier’s right to practice medicine, in a decision that dismissed as “unsustainable” a number of findings by a tribunal appointed by the General Medical Council (GMC) in 2015 to investigate her testimony in a series of shaken baby cases. A well res

posted 08/03/2016

Dr. A. Norman Guthkelch, the pioneering pediatric neurosurgeon who first proposed in print that shaking an infant could cause bleeding in the lining of the brain, died quietly last week in Toledo, Ohio, a month short of his 101st birthday.

posted 06/14/2016

Physicians and attorneys in Boston, Massachusetts, where the Louise Woodward trial brought shaken baby theory onto the national stage, are heading into another battle over infant shaking, as pediatricians clash with the medical examiner about the diagnosis.

posted 05/06/2016

After winning 9 awards from 13 nominations at independent film festivals since its premiere in the fall of 2014, “The Syndrome” by Meryl and Susan Goldsmith is now available on demand in North America, the first documentary distributed by Freestyle Digital Media.

posted 03/14/2016

In a 96-page decision packed with irony, the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS) in Britain has declared pediatric neuropathologist Waney Squier guilty of practicing outside her area of expertise and bringing the reputation of the medical profession into disrepute.

posted 02/01/2016

Another convicted child care provider has won a new trial with the argument that medical thinking about shaken baby syndrome has changed.

posted 09/12/2015

This season's wrinkle inspires both sides in the shaken baby debate to stake out their positions.

posted 06/13/2015

What started out as a feel-good story about the kindness of strangers has turned into a CPS nightmare for a family in the Pacific northwest, where doctors at Seattle Children’s Hospital have accused Thomas Everson and his wife Brandi McNerny Everson of exaggerating their son’s disabilities.

Sue Luttner's Blog

Pediatric neuropathologist Dr. Waney Squier has distilled decades of professional and personal... more »
posted 03/18/18
A series of legal developments in the past few weeks highlights the devastating effects of... more »
posted 07/22/17
A British High Court judge has reinstated Dr. Waney Squier’s right to practice medicine, in a... more »
posted 10/10/16

Sue Luttner's Latest Comments

Posted by Sue Luttner | Sunday, 2017-07-09, 23:12
This posting is hauntingly plausible—I also have been the recipient of chaotic and mismanaged...
Posted by Sue Luttner | Monday, 2016-05-09, 21:49
Thank you, Ryan White, for this statistical look behind the headlines, with a refreshing free...
Posted by Sue Luttner | Saturday, 2015-06-13, 10:10
I'm so sorry to hear about another case. I hope the jury is thinking carefully. ...

Sue Luttner's Work

Although the diagnosis of shaken baby syndrome has enjoyed wide acceptance for 30 years, biomechanical research continues to cast doubt on the fundamental thinking behind the theory.

I am orthopedic history, walking.

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