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Suboptimal Weight Loss Following Bariatric Surgery

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Suboptimal Weight Loss Following Bariatric Surgery
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    Patients that undergo bariatric surgery may expect to lose up to 35 percent of their body weight in the first year.  What if that doesn't happen? Host Dr. Leslie Lundt, talks about the problem of post-op suboptimal weight gain with Dr. David Sarwer, director of clinical services at the Center for Weight and Eating Disorders at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.

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    Patients that undergo bariatric surgery may expect to lose up to 35 percent of their body weight in the first year.  What if that doesn't happen? Host Dr. Leslie Lundt, talks about the problem of post-op suboptimal weight gain with Dr. David Sarwer, director of clinical services at the Center for Weight and Eating Disorders at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.

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