B.C. anorexia patient arrives for Alberta treatment
Amber Foster, 30, will undergo six months treatment at an eating disorders program in Edmonton after being discharged from a clinic in B.C. A woman with chronic anorexia nervosa who was discharged from a B.C. treatment program despite failing health arrived Tuesday at an Alberta hospital she hopes can help her.
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#1 Dec 9, 2011
I am so happy that my story is out there!!Maybe, people will open there eyes when it comes to treating people in my condition instead of telling them to "Just eat something"..If it was that easy we would..The nation thinks that we like living this way..That is a horribly glorrified truth..We do in fact wish to "be normal" and eat out and do all the little things..Unfortunatley we can't just eat..Last time I tried at home I had a heart attack...anyway, just trying to open peoples eyes, as this could just as well be your friend or family member in this condtion....
Amber Foster :)
#2 Dec 9, 2011
Anorexia is a documented side effect of vaccines.
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