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Libow, Schreier, & Munchausen by Proxy: Part 25 – Wrap Up

This post wraps up a long series of posts I did reviewing the scientific works of Drs. Judith Libow and Herbert Schreier that focused on Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSbP). Here is a succinct overview: Blog Posts and Topics Part 1 – Introduction: Discussion of the difference in perspectives of those who do public health […]
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Libow, Schreier, & Munchausen by Proxy: Part 24 – A Surviving Epidemiologist’s Perspective

In my last 23 posts, I review over 15 works on Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSbP) written by the psychologist-psychiatrist duo Drs. Judith Libow and Dr. Herbert Schreier. In this post, I will provide my opinion as to the take-home messages for an adult survivor of MSbP from their long literature. What Good was Done […]
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Libow, Schreier, & Munchausen by Proxy: Part 23 – “A First Look” at Adult MSbP Survivors

In this series of blog posts, I review the scientific works of Drs. Judith Libow & Herbert Schreier with respect to their writings on Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSbP). In this post, I focus specifically on the only scientific publication the Proxy Project could find about adult survivors of MSbP. It is titled, “Munchausen by […]
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Libow, Schreier, & Munchausen by Proxy: Part 22 – Food Fight Continues

In this long series of posts, I catalogue the writings on Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSbP) by clinician-researchers Drs. Judith Libow and Herbert Schreier. I cover their early work, which includes a book called “Hurting for Love”, and I also cover a food fight they have in the literature with a scientist who attacks some […]
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Libow, Schreier, & Munchausen by Proxy: Part 21 – Food Fight #2

In this series, I examine the body of literature developed by Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSbP) researchers Drs. Judith Libow and Herbert Schreier. In my earlier posts, I discussed their prolific work on the topic, and included a discussion of a food fight they got in with someone who wrote a letter to the editor […]
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