Should Waney Squier have been struck off over shaken baby syndrome?

Should Waney Squier have been struck off over shaken baby syndrome?
 

A doctor who disputed the existence of shaken baby syndrome has said she was struck off because her views challenged the establishment. Now she is appealing against the decision, as John Sweeney explains.
Shaken baby syndrome, also known as SBS, is a controversial diagnosis that causes about 250 criminal and family court cases a year.
The three British pathologists who are openly critical of shaken baby syndrome no longer give evidence in court.
Pathologist Dr Waney Squier can't give evidence because she was struck off seven months ago after a General Medical Council (GMC) panel called her... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Health, Views: 34
Source: BBC
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