Anorexia treatment: 'A revolving door'

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Rosemary was first hospitalised with anorexia in her late 20s and was then constantly in treatment for just over two decades.

She describes the treatment as a "revolving door" - going into hospital to have her weight restored, but leaving feeling not much better about her future and finding it was only a matter of time before she was back in hospital.

For details of organisations which offer advice and support, go online to bbc.co.uk/actionline or call the BBC Action Line to hear recorded information on 08000 933 193. Lines are open 24 hours and are free from a landline. Mobile operators will charge.

Watch Liz MacKean's full report on Anorexia on Tuesday 31 July at 2230BST on BBC Two. Or watch afterwards on BBC iPlayer and the Newsnight website.

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