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Weightloss Intervention and Surgical Effects of the Brain

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The WISE (Weightloss Intervention Surgical Effects) Brain Study

This study is being done to learn about the changes that weight loss causes on brain function, memory and thinking ability in adults. The study does NOT cover any costs associated with bariatric surgery.

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Procedure - Bariatric Surgery Candidates

Participants who are intending to have bariatric surgery for weight loss

Non surgical/Community volunteers

Healthy adults with body mass index >35 who will not undergo bariatric surgery for weight loss

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Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes, Bariatric Surgery Effects on Brain Function

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NCT02137070

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