Drug-free anorexia treatment

Duncan, Debbie
October 2005
Good Medicine (Australian Consolidated Press);Oct2005, p17
Presents information on Mandometer Treatment, a treatment for eating disorders. Success rate of the treatment; Features of the product; Symptoms of depression.


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