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April 29, 2010

Oprah Winfrey's network to tackle eating disorders

Oprah Winfrey's cable network OWN announced another show for its lineup, "Inside Rehab," set inside an eating disorder treatment facility. The eight-episode series will document a group of patients as they under a 42-day recovery program.

“'Inside Rehab' takes viewers into the world of eating disorders in a raw and transformative way,” said Lisa Erspamer, chief creative officer.  “Whether you have issues with food or know someone who does, this series offers perspective, hope and the possibility to see food-based issues in a new light.”

Wonder if Oprah Winfrey fans can think of any person who has issues with food who might benefit from this ... drawing a blank...

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