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Why do patients with obesity get worse care? Many doctors don't see past the fat

from The New York Times

You must lose weight, a doctor told Sarah Bramblette, advising a 1,200-calorie-a-day diet. But Bramblette had a basic question: How much do I weigh? The doctor’s scale went up to 350 pounds, and she was heavier than that. If she did not know the number, how would she know if the diet was working? The doctor had no answer. So Bramblette, 39, who lived in Ohio at the time, resorted to a solution that made her burn with shame. She drove to a nearby junkyard that had a scale that could weigh her. She was 502 pounds. more


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