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  1. A five-year study by McLean Hospital found that binge-eating disorder persists longer than previously thought, with significant percentages of individuals still affected after 2.5 and 5 years. This challenges earlier research suggesting quicker remission and highlights the importance of continued intervention and improved treatment strategies.
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    The new study, which was done over a five-year period, concluded that 61% of people initially diagnosed with binge eating disorder will still experience the condition 2.5 years later. The research also states that 45% of individuals will still experience binge eating disorder five years after their initial diagnosis.
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