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MedPage TodayBariatric Surgery Cuts All-Cause Mortality Rate Over Many Years

In a retrospectives study with a 13-month follow up, bariatric surgery patients were 16% less likely to die versus matched non-surgical counterparts. However, surgery patients were more than twice as likely to die by suicide and that risk of suicide was significantly higher in those ages 18-34.

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