Weight-loss device tricks the brain into eating less

11/13/2012 | Daily Mail (London), The

Researchers have developed the SatiSphere, a flexible, wirelike implant designed to help people lose weight. The minimally invasive device, which features a series of balloons that sit in the duodenum, suppresses appetite by slowing the progress of food through the small intestine.

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