Kaiser Permanente Share profiles KPWHRI senior investigator, who also researches shared decision making
Largest long-term national study of bariatric surgery, comparing 3 most common operations, is among first PCORnet® results
Obese people with diabetes had fewer deaths in 5 years after bariatric surgery vs. usual care, in large, long-term study
Severe obesity affects 4 to 6 million U.S. adolescents. Kaiser Permanente researchers are exploring solutions to this major problem.
Large, long-term study finds half as much nerve, kidney, and eye disease after bariatric surgery than with usual care.
But longer follow-up is needed to compare sleeve vs. bypass, says Dr. Arterburn, who wrote a JAMA editorial with Dr. Gupta
Dr. David Arterburn and colleagues report encouraging findings about how weight loss surgery may affect cancer development—particularly in women.