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The big question about obesity drugs: Can people ever stop taking them?

The drugs represent an important shift in treating obesity as a chronic disease, but that has costly implications. Much of the tension around the drugs' long-term use is being driven by the insurers paying for them and clinicians who prescribe them.

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The big question about obesity drugs: Can people ever stop taking them?
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    The big question about obesity drugs: Can people ever stop taking them?

    The big question about obesity drugs: Can people ever stop taking them?

    There's an emerging debate around a popular class of anti-obesity drugs: whether patients who go on them can ever expect to stop taking them. Why it …

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