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Dr Medlin takes us along with him has a experiences Obesity Week2017.
Obesity Week is an annual conference hosted by the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) and The Obesity Society (TOS).
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Podcasts | Stitcher In this episode, we follow the journey of Leslie, a 43 year old woman who went to Mexico for her bariatric surgery, and lucky for us, she took us with her.
I have danced around the topic of medical tourism a little bit over the past five years, but I have never gone to this depth before.
So sit back, adjust the volume, and get your earplugs positioned just right, because with Leslie as our guide we are taking the scenic route through on persons journey with medical tourism.
I’ve not been sure I would be able to pick apart the controversy and look at it clearly enough for it to be meaningful for you. But I’m diving in anyway, with the help of Leslie, and with the help of Dr Samer Mattar, current president of the ASMBS who I rang up for his thoughts on this issue.For those of you new to the podcast, Jeff had Roux-en-Y-Gastric Bypass (RYGB) on 12/1/2014 after reaching a lifetime highest weight of 533 lbs (242 kg).He has been a guest on the podcast before, specifically episodes 42, 43, 49, and 55 as we have followed along on his journey from pre-surgery (episode 42) to early post-op (episodes 43 and 49) to 18 months after (episode 55) which was 2 years ago this month, May 2018.He also shares details about his latest podcast, Hate to Weight, with his co-host Emily.Mentions in this Podcast: Hate to Weight Podcast Hate to Weight Facebook Group Huffington Post Highline article: Everything You Know About Obesity Is Wrong Connecting with Reeger: email me at [email protected] Facebook Page In Kindness, Reeger PS: Thanks for waiting for me while I took a summer break from podcasting.
John is a fellow podcaster who is very open about his struggles with his weight.