Rami Lutfi of Chicago is one of a handful of doctors ready to perform a new type of weight loss surgery that skips the knives and incisions, instead using a saline-filled balloon inserted into the stomach to help the patient feel more full and reduce food intake.
Rami Lutfi of Chicago is one of a handful of doctors ready to perform a new type of weight loss surgery that skips the knives and incisions, instead using a saline-filled balloon inserted into the stomach to help the patient feel more full and reduce food intake. Terrence Antonio James Chicago Tribune
Rami Lutfi of Chicago is one of a handful of doctors ready to perform a new type of weight loss surgery that skips the knives and incisions, instead using a saline-filled balloon inserted into the stomach to help the patient feel more full and reduce food intake. Terrence Antonio James Chicago Tribune

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