Endoscopic Visceral Lipectomy has not yet been proven safe and effective in human patients.
Safety and efficacy studies have yet to be completed and appropriate regulatory approvals obtained before this treatment may be offered clinically to patients as a treatment option.
In "Tiny Alice", the playwright Edward Albee said, "What was once thought cannot be unthought." That may be so, but it hasn't stopped many companies from developing products and methods in a research silo until they were ready for rollout with a single company or person retaining sole possession of the profits - even if that meant a considerable time delay that could have been averted by cooperation with others and sharing along that way. Given the multitude of obese patients about the globe afflicted with this disease and the magnitude of obesity related disease costs, anything that can expedite sharing and the research and development process is preferable.
The purpose of this web site is to call attention and raise awareness of the science, rationale and potential of this method and treatment approach as a possibly safer and effective alternative to current modalities. It is meant to encourage research and development, foster collaborative thought, spark strategic partnerships between researchers and companies, and report advances in this promising area.
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