Weight-loss surgery may help women reduce cancer risk

06/24/2009 | Google

Obese women who had stomach-stapling surgery not only lost weight, they also reduced their risk of cancer by up to 40%, according to a study of 2,010 obese people. The Swedish researchers said they did not find the same cancer-risk reduction for men in the study.

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