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Weight Loss Surgery News

A new study performed by Duke University shows how weight loss surgery may quickly reverse type 2 diabetes even before significant weight loss gains are realized.

A study performed by the University of Utah shows a potential link between sexual function and obesity in men.

A recent study has shown how Health Insurance companies are actually saving money by approving bariatric surgery, recouping costs in as little as 2-4 years.

Studies showing the potential benefits of bariatric surgery on liver health.

Recent studies show the benefits of weight loss on kidney function.

Citing results of numerous studies over the past several years, the FDA has expanded their endorsement of weight loss surgery (such as Lap Band) to include patients who are not classified as severely obese.

More news is showing further evidence that weight loss surgery may have a substantial positive impact on diabetes.

An interesting article appeared on MSNBC telling the story of one woman whose diabetes was effectively cured through weight reduction surgery. While not a cure all for everyone, other patients with diabetes have shown similar results.

A recent preliminary study performed by researchers at Kent State University in Ohio shows some promising results sugesting that bariatric surgery may help slow the effects of obesity on cognitive function.

A new study performed by the Journal of the American College of Surgeons suggests that over weight woman who have weight loss surgery are up to 77% less likely to become diabetic during pregnancy.



"I have lost 210 pounds since the start of my journey. What I liked so much about Dr. Chae is that he is a follow up guy, he makes sure that you understand everything about the procedure and that all your questions are answered."

Bryan N.
Denver, CO

Join Dr. Frank Chae and the staff to learn about the latest news and options for Obesity/Weight Loss Surgery. 

February 3, 2018 - 10:00am to 11:30am
Sky Ridge Medical Center