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This posting is hauntingly plausible—I also have been the recipient of chaotic and mismanaged medical care, unacknowledged by the staff.... more »
Thank you, Ryan White, for this statistical look behind the headlines, with a refreshing free-range conclusion. I do like the spongy high-tech... more »
I'm so sorry to hear about another case. I hope the jury is thinking carefully. If you're interested, I can send you my summary of the medical... more »
Thank for this careful treatment of an unsettling angle on urban, and suburban, health. We human beings are so clever in so many ways, but the... more »
Thank you for a sobering treatment of a real problem. I've been well aware of the financial and emotional challenges of families with a parent... more »
Thank you, and commendations on your own work in the arena, Ms. Woods.  One step at a time.
You bring up an excellent point, Susan.  You're right:  foreign national nannies are paying an especially high price for this tragic... more »

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

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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.