Eating Disorder Centre Cork Reveals It Treats Children As Young As 13

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The Clinic was set up as a direct response to a lack of acute support for people with eating disorders

A Cork centre that specialises in out-patient treatment  for people living with eating disorders has revealed that they treat children as young as 13

The Eating Disorder Centre Cork was set up as a direct response to a lack of acute support for people with eating disorders and provides the service to over 70 people a week ranging from young teenagers to people in their 60s.

The treatment centre is releasing a report on their work at University College Cork this afternoon which will highlight the results of an anonymous survey taken by users of the clinic.

Speaking to RedFM News, Dr Cormac Sheehan from the Department of General Practice at UCC says no one should suffer in silence

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