Anorexics given new rights

Teenage anorexics will win greater rights to refuse treatment for their eating disorders under controversial new mental health laws to be debated by MPs this week. Parents have until now been able to override automatically a child’s wish not to be hospitalised for starving themselves, ensuring that they get treatment even if they do not want it.


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