• Swedish Health Agency Rejects "Science" of Shaken Baby Syndrome

    The diagnosis of "shaken baby syndrome" has previously been questioned both medically and legally. Now comes the SBU and Smers investigative report that argues that the evidence of skakvåld does not measure up. The Swedish Council on Technology and Social Evaluation and the National Medical Ethics have jointly investigated the scientific basis for the diagnosis skakvåld to infants or in English "shaken baby syndrome". After reviewing the scientific literature, explains the SBU and Smers report, there is not sufficient scientific evidence to establish that the typical damage is certainly caused by skakvåld.

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  • Swedish Health Agency Rejects "Science" of Shaken Baby Syndrome

    The American "medical monopoly" should scare the hell out of you.