Children and Youth
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After 15-year-old Christina received a diagnosis of anorexia nervosa in 2006, her parents were told there was only one thing to do: Send her to a residential treatment center. "The nutritionist, the family physician, the therapist: They all said she's got to go," her mother, Anna Grieco, remembers.
By Carrie Arnold
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