Britain's National Health Service To Offer Obesity Drug

10/17/2001 | BBC

Britain's National Institute for Clinical Excellence has recommended that Reductil, a highly effective anti-obesity drug, should be made available on its National Health Service to adults age 18-65 who have diabetes or high cholesterol and have made serious attempts to lose weight. Patients who take the drug lose about 8% of their body weight after two years.

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