DR. ALFRED BYRNE
Biographical information on Dr. Alfred Byrne, one of the Sunday Times’ Medical Correspondents, is very hard to come by. The articles he contributed covered a diverse range of topics within the medical world, including the Thalidomide scandal. Among the many articles, he engaged with debates of fad diets with eminent Harvard professors, debated the contraceptive pill and fertility treatment, and mental health issues including an investigation into Schizophrenia.
Byrne, Alfred, Our Medical Correspondent. “Pay & Patients.” Sunday Times, 17 Nov. 1963
Stare, Fredrick, Professor, and Alfred Byrne, Medical Correspondent. “Fad Diets are Bad Diets.” Sunday Times, 4 July 1965
Byrne, Alfred, Medical Correspondent. “The fertility success story.” Sunday Times, 1 Aug. 1965
Byrne, Alfred, and Lewis Chester. “Schizophrenia.” Sunday Times, 15 May 1966