Care providers and individuals with severe and enduring anorexia nervosa (SE‐AN) are weathering a perfect storm in which the sickest patients receive the least evidence‐based treatment and iatrogenic factors play a significant role. Examining access to treatment from an ethical perspective is one strategy for developing more objective protocols related to the care of individuals with SE‐AN.
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