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Working with adults with anorexia nervosa in an out-patient setting

  • Frances Connan and Janet Treasure
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Anorexia nervosa is often a chronic, severe disorder in which morbidity and mortality are high. After 20 years, as many as 20% of clinical series have died (Patton, 1988) and another 20% have experienced poor outcome (Tolstrup et al, 1985).

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