Stomach surgery leads to longer lives for the obese

08/23/2007 | Washington Post, The

A new study found severely overweight people who undergo gastric bypass surgery are 30% to 40% less likely to die within the seven to 10 years following surgery than those who don't undergo the procedure. Some experts say the findings represent the first evidence that there is a clear link between weight loss and longevity.

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