Dr Thomas Stuttaford is vice president of The Prostate Cancer Charity and patron of the Prostate Cancer Support Federation. Born in Norfolk in 1931 and educated at Oxford. After National Service in The 10th Hussars, Dr Stuttaford qualified as a doctor. He has combined careers in medicine, politics and journalism, having his first piece accepted in the national press at the age of 19. After 20 years as a freelance journalist, he became the medical correspondent and columnist at The Times for 27 years. He is The Oldie’s health columnist and writes their monthly health letters page.
Latest posts by Dr Thomas Stuttaford (see all)
- Stephen Fry returns to work after prostate cancer surgery - 4th March 2018
- Christmas feasting a heart attack risk - 25th December 2017
- Socialise to ward off dementia - 7th March 2017