New Study Faults Current Anorexia Treatments

The New York Times recently published an article about the results of a study that tested a more aggressive re-feeding program for patients suffering from anorexia nervosa. We’re interested in hearing your thoughts in reaction to this study. Do you think faster re-feeding would be good? bad? necessary? dangerous? frightening for patients?

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Jeanene Harlick, with her dog Franny, won coverage for residential treatment for her anorexia.

Eating Disorders: New Front in Insurance Fight- NY Times

Have you read the article published by the NY Times this week? This article details just some of the incredible difficulties that many people with EDs face in getting insurance coverage for treatment. This has been a big focus of The Joy Project’s work since our founding. What do you think? Read the full article [...]

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