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How would you advise a person that is considering bariatric surgery?

Age, underlying illness and gender are some factors to consider for bariatric surgery. In this video bariatric surgeon John L. Coon, MD, FACS, of Riverside Community Hospital, explains why obesity treatment varies depending on the person.

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