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'People shouldn't have to move': getting care for an eating disorder

Becca had to relocate to get treatment after being told she would be put on a waiting list Eating disorders: NHS reports surge in hospital admissions Even though an eating disorder has disrupted many aspects of Becca’s life, she never expected to have to relocate because of it. But after a spell in hospital while at university, she could not move back home. “My inpatient unit said I had to start treatment within two weeks but when I approached services in Norfolk, where I am from, I was told I’d be put on their waiting list.
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