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Lipedema - The Disease They Call Fat - An Overview for Clinicians for Clinicians is a monograph that provides a clinical synopsis of lipedema, a fat disorder that is often mistaken for simple obesity that affects an estimated 11 percent of post-pubertal women (17 million women in the USA alone). Written with the clinician in mind, it is a practical overview of the condition and provides important information for healthcare providers who treat women.

©2017 Lipedema Simplified LLC (P)2017 The Lipedema Project

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  • 11-05-2019

Very technical overview

Good information to know from the medical side -- if you speak medicalese this book is made for you. Anyone care to work on a more general audience book? I will buy that book.

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  • anitaloseweight
  • 17-11-2020

Eye Opener

full of information. the narration is great and I learned a lot. I may have to read it again.

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