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Official Twitter account of the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery
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ASMBS 8h
is officially over. Thank you to all of the attendees, speakers, exhibitors, and sponsors. We really couldn't do it without you! 💙
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Paul Davidson, PhD Nov 12
Important information taught by Molly Jones, RD about telehealth in at .
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David L Chengelis, MD Nov 12
Dr Christopher Still of . presented convincing data that weight regain after 18 months is physiologic protection of adipose and not patient fault.
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David L Chengelis, MD Nov 12
. speaking about weight stigma, data supports post op improved weight loss with conscious efforts to end stigma. Rec frame obesity as a disease not a complex disorder & doing no harm. Avoid subtle negative attitude with weight regain. . .
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Dr. Kasey Goodpaster Nov 12
Incredible turnout at the Non-Responders and Weight Regain collaborative course! The theme is understanding the complex bio-psycho-social factors that make weight loss maintenance difficult, and avoiding blaming/shaming those who struggle.
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Paul Davidson, PhD Nov 12
The winner of the President’s Award at goes to... Walter Pories for his work at demonstrating that is the most effective treatment of .
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Paul Davidson, PhD Nov 13
Thank you for the great shirt! I because I want to share critical information about helping those struggling with obesity. Why do you tweet?
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Ali Aminian Nov 13
Glad to see at that I’ve had a small contribution to Thanks and
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Shaina Eckhouse Nov 13
The effects of bariatric surgery on GLP-1! Great talk by Darleen Sandoval at .
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Angie Golden Nov 13
⁩ presents the patients voice and the institutional bias she has experienced her whole life
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Kimberly Wilkes Nov 13
“I realized early on that we’re not going to operate our way out of the obesity crisis. We need all hands on deck working together.” Dr John Morton discusses paradigms of obesity care and multimodal therapies.
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Zaher Toumi MD Nov 13
a great talk from John Sawyers about his journey with . Men particularly struggle with , its management a d having very few men in support groups etc...
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Cleveland Clinic MD Nov 13
Dr. Essa Aleassa shares key takeaways from research that looked at the effect prior bariatric surgery has on patients who later develop congestive heart failure.
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Carlos Galvani Nov 13
Great progress at the YouTube channel now we are at 273. 300 is our number for today
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Daniel J Drucker Nov 14
While agreeing cardiovascular safety and reduction of CV death is key, Thursday am I will pull a less myopic GLP-1 rabbit out of my hat has multiple co-morbidities and GLP-1 addresses many of them
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Daniel J Drucker 18h
Remy Burcelin has led concepts of the GLP-1 gut-brain axis The brain, GLP-1 and ascending neural inputs to be discussed this am
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Daniel J Drucker Nov 14
The GLP-1 landscape is encouraging and expanding. Will new optimized GLP-1 analogues triumph, or will co-agonists or multi-agonists emerge? Progress? Pitfalls?To be discussed Thursday am
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Rachel Moore, MD Nov 14
The very distinguished leader in our field, Dr. Harvey Sugerman addressing ObesityWeek2018 as the Mason lecturer
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