New Netflix film about anorexia divides eating disorder activists
To The Bone tells the story of a 20-year-old woman who's suffering from anorexia.
Conclusion Both S-1 and capecitabine were active and tolerable for elderly MGC patients. The CYP2A6 genotyping might guide treatment selection.
ConclusionsThe adolescent ’s perspective on family functioning at the start of treatment impacts on a positive outcome. Addressing family issues earlier in FBT may be important for some patients. Further research is needed in this area to determine how these findings could be integrated into the current FBT model.Trial registrationAustralian Clinical Trials Register number: ACTRN012607000009415 (www.anzctr.org.au).
GRAPHIC CONTENT: Emelle Lewis, 22, from Huddersfield, started losing weight at 15 after thinking she was too 'fat' to get a boyfriend. Her spiral into anorexia saw her hospitalised seven times.
ConclusionsWe found that female breast cancer patients with a prior diagnosis of anorexia nervosa have a worse survival compared with other breast cancer patients.
This is the report from an investigation that found Averil Hart's death from anorexia would have been avoided if the NHS had cared for her appropriately. It highlights five areas of focus to improve eating disorder services.
Assessing young people with possible eating disorders can be complex for a variety of reasons. Building a therapeutic relationship with a young person with a possible eating disorder and their family is key to enabling a thorough assessment and ongoing management, but it introduces difficult issues regarding confidentiality and risk. In this...
Conclusion: Elevated autistic traits in women with anorexia nervosa are associated with morphometric alterations of brain areas linked to social cognition. This finding provides neurobiological support for the behavioural link between anorexia nervosa and ASD and emphasizes the importance of recognizing autistic traits in preventing and treating anorexia nervosa. PMID: 29214796 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Nothing that anyone can say or do will bring Averil Hart back, writes DR MAX PEMBERTON.