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By Christine Metz · February 2, 2008 · Comment on this

In most cases, patients who go through weight loss surgery are roughly 100 pounds or more overweight. Depending on the procedure, the mortality rate of the surgery ranges from .1 to 1 percent. Dr. Carlyle Dunshee with the Tallgrass Bariatric Program talks about who qualifies and what the risks are.


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