Abstract| Volume 15, ISSUE 10, SUPPLEMENT , S3-S4, October 2019

A107 Association between weight loss and serum biomarkers with risk of incident cancer in the Longitudinal Assessment of Bariatric Surgery cohort

      Bariatric surgery reduces the risk of cancer in populations with obesity. It is unclear if weight loss alone or physiologic changes related to bariatric surgery cause this protective effect. We evaluated the relationship between surgical weight loss and changes in serums biomarkers with incident cancer in a bariatric surgery cohort.
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