Archie Battersbee's life support will be withdrawn at 11am, unless his family launch a bid to move him to a hospice.
— TalkTV (@TalkTV) August 4, 2022
Two recent articles Professor Sutcliffe has written
A recent interview regarding concerns about COVID.
Recent media appearances
My work has been published in the public domain as well, covering several important topics such as ovarian cancer, swaddling babies or the use of Calpol in children. You can find links to these articles below:
My interview with BACCH
You can read a transcript of the interview here.
My interview on UCL Page
Another interview with BBC Turkiye
'If you are going to give something to our little children, melatonin might be the better option.’
Professor of General Paediatrics at UCL, Alastair Sutcliffe, reacts to the number of children being prescribed drugs to help them sleep almost tripling in the past seven years. pic.twitter.com/c422SyYabs
— GB News (@GBNEWS) November 30, 2022
Obesity kills British boy, 13: 16st teen becomes UK’s youngest weight-crisis victim after dying from a blood clot ‘caused by his size’
Do fertility treatments bring higher risk of invasive breast or uterine cancer?
You can read my interview on this topic on the ABC News website: https://abcnews.go.com/Health/fertility-treatments-bring-higher-risk-invasive-breast-uterine/story?id=56508284
Swaddling babies can cause hip problems
Women who undergo IVF are a third more likely to develop ovarian cancer
Excessive use of Calpol can cause asthma or kidney, liver and heart damage
Overuse of sunscreen and lack of sun can lead to increase in rickets
Regarding the recent outbreak of non a-e hepatitis