Media coverage

Highlights of media coverage about the report

DateMediaDetails
29.04.12The TelegraphMentioned in article: Premature birth: the fight for survival
01.05.10The LancetThe latest survival rates: Critical care for extremely premature babies
10.09.09Daily MailMentioned in article: Doctors told me it was against the rules to save my premature baby
09.09.09Daily MirrorMentioned in article: Baby denied medical treatment and handed back to his mother to die
09.09.09The TelegraphMentioned in article: Premature baby dies as guidelines say he was born too early to save
May-07British Medical JournalMentioned in Editorial by Prof Kate Costeloe: Euthanasia in neonates: should it be available?
17.04.07The ScotsmanArticle on report by Sheila Mclean: When should you resuscitate babies born prematurely?
Mar-07Journal of Clinical RiskArticle by Anne Winyward: The Nuffield Council on Bioethics Report - Critical Care Decisions in Fetal and Neonatal Medicine: Ethical Issues
Mar-07Journal of Medical EthicsEditorial by Prof David Archard and Prof Margaret Brazier: Letting babies die
21.02.07The GuardianQuoted in article: Against all odds
20.02.07BBC News 24, Sky News, ITV NewsInterviews with Professor Andrew Whitelaw on the case of Amillia, a baby born at 21 weeks 6 days
06.02.07Manchester Evening NewsMentioned in article: Doctors' view of life 'factor in baby deaths'
16.11.06The Daily MailExtremely premature babies 'should not be resuscitated' say doctors
16.11.06New York TimesBritain: Report Suggests No Care for Early Babies
16.11.06The IndependentShould doctors try to save extremely premature babies?
16.11.06The GuardianLet premature babies under 23 weeks die, doctors told
15.11.06BBC News OnlineDo not revive earliest babies
15.11.06BBC Radio 4 The Today ProgrammeInterview with Professor Margot Brazier
15.11.06Sky NewsInterview with Professor Andrew Whitelaw and Professor Margot Brazier

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