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Addenbrookes NHS Trust Weight Loss Surgery Support Group
Monthly meetings on the last Wednesday of every month at Hills Road, Cambridge CB22QQ, for patients who have had any sort of weight loss surgery or who are planning it.
Big Matters is a voice for people who live daily with a weight problem. It looks at all aspects of daily life not just weight loss alone. The site gives information on diet, lifestyle and fitness and also provides links to some support organisations and helplines.
British Obesity Surgery Patients Association
British Obesity Surgery Patients Association (BOSPA) was launched in December 2003 to provide support and information to the thousands of patients in the UK for whom obesity surgery can provide an enormous benefit. BOSPA aims to: Empower you with information about what obesity surgery...
OWLSS (Obesity Weight Loss Surgery Support)
We are a patient led support group for people, freinds and family of anyone thinking or have undergone weight loss surgery. We offer monthly meetings, online website including forum and chat room.
Weight Concern is a registered charity, set up in 1997 to tackle the rising problem of obesity. The charity, which won the 'Best New Charity of the Year' award in 2002, works to address both the physical and psychological health needs of overweight people and to guide the development of more...
The Weightwise website has been developed, and is managed by, the British Dietetic Association (BDA), the organisation that represents registered dietitians in the UK. The website has been funded by a project grant from the Department of Health and the content written by registered...
Online and physical information for those who have had or are considering weight loss surgery