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Libow, Schreier, & Munchausen by Proxy: Part 3 – Psychologist & Psychiatrist

In my previous posts, I introduced some pivotal researchers who have published quite a bit of foundational evidence-based science on Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSbP). These researchers are Dr. Judith Libow and Dr. Herbert Schreier, and in this blog post, I will describe their academic and professional backgrounds as a psychologist (Libow) and psychiatrist (Schreier). […]
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Surviving Adult Reports Childhood MSbP Torture: Part 13 – Admission to S.A.F.E.

In my previous posts, I initially describe how my Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSbP) mom, who was also a psychiatrist, first misdiagnosed me (and all of Cape Cod) with Lyme disease and then fed us OxyContin, then evolved into kidnapping me and locking me in facilities in the troubled teen industry (TTI), saying I had […]
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Dr. Roy Meadow’s History & MSbP Perpetrator – Provider Type

In my recent posts, I discuss the Justina Pelletier case, and point out that I think this is a case of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSbP) Perpetrator – Provider Type, which has not been written about in the scientific literature. This is mainly because the loudest voices in the scientific literature appear to provide evidence […]
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Libow, Schreier, & Munchausen by Proxy: Part 1 – Introduction

Preamble In Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSbP), there are a few main players in the research world who can be credited for increasing awareness and building out the scientific knowledge on the subject. Two researchers who have been central the development of scientific, peer-reviewed literature on MSbP are Drs. Judith Libow and Herbert Schreier. Together, […]
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Poisoning in Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy, Part 7: Conclusion and Next Steps

In this series, I discussed the common types of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSbP) poisoning, and related my own experience with vitamin poisoning. In this post, I will recommend next steps for studying MSbP poisoning. Research Suggests Public Health is Failing As I said in my first post in this series, I reviewed 87 case […]
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