TORe Procedure Blazes New Path for Gastric Bypass Patients Part 2

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While gastric bypass has provided benefits for millions of patients it has not been without its share of complications and difficulties after the procedure. Over the past few years work has been done to find ways to help patients after undergoing the original operation.

While gastric bypass has provided benefits for millions of patients it has not been without its share of complications and difficulties after the procedure. Over the past few years work has been done to find ways to help patients after undergoing the original operation.

Rabindra R. Watson, MD from UCLA discussed the options that are currently available to these patients and how it can be a more common practice across the country.

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