Yes but like I said she was 32. She had been anorexic for almost two decades. Lots of strain on her heart. Over a decade of chronic laxative abuse. She destroyed her heart so badly that she really had no chance of recovery. That can definitely happen to this gal. Especially with a mother who is actively encouraging her illness. Almost compelling it. Anectdotally I know too much about eating disorders and have known several people with the condition. I guess I can reveal I was misdiagnosed as a teen and locked up at age 14 in a unit with girls and women. All had eating disorders except me and one other teen who was also misdiagnosed because she had diabetes. I feel it was partially due to an insurance scam that I was misdiagnosed and the hospital was later sued in a class action due to booting people who were truly ill when the money dried up and also falsely diagnosing many teens who had no real issues but were diagnosed with a myriad of conditions on other units. I mean they saw immediately that I ate with no problems so they changed my diagnosis from anorexia to bulimia even though I never attempted to throw up. I was there for almost six months until the insurance dried up and then I was magically "cured". Saw a lot of women and girls in various stages go though there. The only one who died was one who accidentally punctured her esophagus or throat and bled out that I described earlier. Many were vastly more emaciated than this gal. Several had been sick for decades. Several in their 30's and one even in her 50's. But most were in their 20's to be fair. It was a bizarre experience. Gave me a life-long fear of being trapped. Super kafkaesque. Her weight is concerning. She looks emaciated and frail. But I saw so many who were so much worse looking and had been for a long time. So I have an opinion based on that. But I'm aware it's anectodal. I'm no expert.