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“Feeding v. Fasting.”


Dr. Campbell, of the Carlisle Asylum, in the “British Medical Journal” of February 23, makes some very sensible and important remarks in regard to persistent refusal of food in hysterical girls and others. After reviewing the cases of the “Market Harborough Case” and “the Welsh Fasting Girl,” he thus comments on them and their treatment, as it was, and as it ought to have been:—

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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