Obesity is one of the most deadly diseases that causes annually and affects 25 percent of the adult Spanish population
At present, obesity is one of the most preventable diseases that cause more deaths annually. According to the Medical Center for Digestive Diseases (CMED)“is related to an increase of up to 50% in the chances of having any type of cancer.” In addition, it affects 25 percent of the Spanish population and is increasing among Spanish children and young people.
Obesity is increasing alarmingly and is related to 40 pathologies, some of them serious and chronic. According to a new study, obese patients who undergo bariatric surgery have much less risk of an oncological disease compared to those who do not undergo such surgery. I mean, undergoing an operation bypass gástrico en Sevilla or another Spanish city helps improve the patient's health. Estados para Whatsapp
This recent study also compared the risk difference depending on the amount of weight lost after surgery. Having a BMI equal to or greater than 30 after undergoing the operation suggested a 60 percent higher risk compared to a BMI less than 30. About 6.2 percent of patients who lost less than 20 percent of their body weight had cancer in the year 7, compared to 3.6 percent of those who lost more than 20 percent weight. There is a reduction of more than 50 percent.
According to the Haba Doctor, “there is a less interesting relationship, with a logical basis supported by the association between obesity and cancer. However, these works based on database analysis that involve long-term follow-up must be confirmed by other groups.” It also suggests that “there is a weight loss threshold that, if achieved, significantly reduces the risk of cancer in patients with postbariatric surgery.” Thus, undergo an intervention to place an intervention in Sevilla or in other cities suggests having protective effects according to the degree of weight loss.
Bariatric surgery reduces the risk of obese cancer, according to CMED
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