Liposuction Lacks Health Benefits

October 2004
Massage & Bodywork;Oct/Nov2004, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p13
Determines the health benefits of liposuction. Removal of fat tissue; Examination of the effects of liposuction on obese women in the U.S.; Measurement of blood markers and insulin resistance before surgery.


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