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Fact: Not everyone lives next door to a world-class eating disorder treatment clinic like the University of Chicago.
Fact: You can still get care there:

Family Internet-based Early Bulimia Nervosa Study
The University of Chicago is conducting a research study designed to examine the efficacy of an Internet-based program for parents with adolescent children who show early signs of bulimia nervosa. We are seeking families who have an adolescent (ages 12-17) who engages in binge eating (large amounts of food in a short period of time) and/or compensatory purging (e.g., vomiting). Participating families will use an Internet-based program to address their adolescent’s eating disorder symptoms.

To be eligible:
* Families with an adolescent child (ages 12-17)
* Adolescent demonstrates eating disorder symptoms

For information call:
Colleen Stiles-Shields at 773-834-5677 and mention your interest in the Family Internet-based Early Bulimia Nervosa Study or e-mail Jocelyn Lebow:
or, to learn more, or to register online, visit: Welcome to the Frontpage


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