Oregon Considered

Weight-Loss Surgery Worth The Risk For Lebanon Woman

January 23, 2006

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Despite recent findings that weight-loss surgery is more risky than once thought more and more Americans are deciding that the benefits outweigh the risks.

Last year an estimated 130,000 Americans had weight-loss surgery. One of them is a 46-year old woman from Lebanon, Oregon.

We first introduced you to her last summer when she had the surgery, now Mary Sawyers reports on her progress since getting out of the hospital.
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COMMENTS

Way interesting article Mary. My computer won't download the audio on your stories so I just read them, but they do have great pictures. I also really liked your story on music for patients (even the monks sang along!)

So keep up the good work, and if I ever get a decent computer I hope to hear your radio voice.

Take care

Posted by: Alan Chandler at February 22, 2006 05:54 PM