Reader Kathleen sent me an article today about a researcher who suggests using a stent graft to limit blood flow to the gut after eating as a way to decrease weight gain. This made me think about all the alleged “obesity interventions” that have possible side effect of death. So I have to ask myself – in this whole “let’s eradicate obesity” push, does it count if they kill me?
I know this sounds dramatic but I’m starting to think that the people who are supposed to be responsible for my healthcare want me to be thin so badly that they are happy to risk my life to get it done, and it doesn’t matter what I want.
Weight loss surgeries are “likely increase the actual mortality risks for these patients by 7-fold in the first year and by 363% to 250% the first four years.” Then there…
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