Hungry for a cure -- If left to own devices, Alexandria child would eat himself to death
If Matthew Senstad had the chance, he would eat himself to death.
There are locks on his cupboards and locks on the refrigerator. If his parents, Al and Karin, or his sister, Marissa, forget to lock the locks, or accidentally leave food out, the 8-year-old boy shoves it in his mouth as fast as he can.
"It's a 24-hour-a-day, seven-days-a-week commitment," Karin said of Matt's constant need to be monitored.
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