Savannah Dickson said that in her video, she wanted to show the "gradual thought process" that can lead to a life-threatening eating disorder.
Savannah Dickson said that in her video, she wanted to show the "gradual thought process" that can lead to a life-threatening eating disorder. By Mary Meehan
Savannah Dickson said that in her video, she wanted to show the "gradual thought process" that can lead to a life-threatening eating disorder. By Mary Meehan

Award-winning video was a result of teen's battle with anorexia

April 19, 2011 12:00 AM

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