Florencia Halperin, MD, Co-director of the Center for Weight Management and Metabolic Surgery, collaborates with the Comprehensive Breast Center at Brigham and Women's Hospital to help women at risk for breast cancer lose weight.
Brigham and Women's Hospital offers several physician-supervised weight-loss programs based on evidence-based treatments.
One option is called the Program for Weight Management which focuses on the pillars of weight management: nutrition, physical activity, and behavior change. The program offers intensive support, including weekly visits.
The Center for Weight Management and Metabolic Surgery
is co-directed by Dr. Halperin, an endocrinologist, and a bariatric surgeon, Dr. Ali Tavakkoli. Physicians and dietitians meet with patients to create individualized treatment plans. The Center's team follows the patient's progress and supports them to help them meet their weight loss goals.
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