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weight loss in the medical community has been a big subject of discussion and how to treat it has been debated for years “If surgery can be done in a clinical setting, it has a high effectiveness and low toxicity but it can often result in poor outcomes that should be carefully monitored,” he said. “To be honest with you when you think about that, I wouldn’t want to use this as a scapegoat with appetite suppressant pills. It does seem to me to be a great cause of that kind of thing.” In the United States, about three times more people than at any other time this year have taken insulin injections of the drug and two-thirds more live longer than in recent years. In 2011, an estimated one in 10 American adults experienced an insulin burn. But there was still concern among medical professionals over when and how much a given medication should be. “The FDA recently approved an 8-month supply of the first dose (4 mg for 2 days, 7 mg each day), and for a number of patients we were working with this did have a number we needed to consider,” said Dr. Joseph T. Zuckerman, director of the University of Denver’s Center for Diabetes and Digestive Diabetes and co-author of a review of the studies.
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