Stomach stapling can have serious risks -- especially to those who need it most

12/23/2003 | TIME (subscription required)

A new study of patients who have undergone gastric bypass surgery to control obesity underscores there are real dangers associated with the surgery. Dangers range from suture tears and leaks to pneumonia and infection, and the risks seem to be greatest for those who need surgery the most -- the extremely obese.

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