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Nightmare on psychotherapy street

Books I read do not usually give me nightmares, but Sybil Exposed did. That is not hyperbole. Debbie Nathan’s new book gave me actual nightmares — something I almost never have. Long ago, when I was in graduate school studying

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Posted in Autoimmune diseases, Ethics, Psychology

Seeking the story behind the papers

I’m working on a review of the literature on idiopathic anaphylaxis (IA). It’s an odd form of archaeology, rather like reconstructing Mesopotamian mores and culture from a bunch of clay shipping receipts. What I mean is that the real meat

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Posted in Idiopathic anaphylaxis, Research
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