Study participant Kim Rollins and Krembil Neuroscience Centre neurosurgeon Dr. Andres Lozano
Help may be on the way for people suffering from severe anorexia nervosa. Quite often, anorexics can be more or less cured via approaches such as psychotherapy. In particularly treatment-resistant cases, however, the condition continues unabated, sometimes even to the point of death. For people in that latter category, a recent study indicates that Deep Brain Stimulation might be the answer.