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    Bariatric Surgery in the Time of COVID-19

    Obesity is a known risk for severe COVID-19 symptoms. Bariatric surgery is an effective treatment for weight loss, but it can feel like a daunting choice to make, especially during a pandemic. In this Q+A, Matthew Hutter, MD, MPH, explains why bariatric surgery is a safe option worth pursuing today.

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    Inpatient Care Recommendations

    The Department of Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital is collecting and curating information to help clinical professionals stay up to date during the COVID-19 crisis with Inpatient Care Recommendations.

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    A New Voice at the New England Journal

    Winfred W. Williams, MD, has been named a deputy editor of The New England Journal of Medicine. Williams, who is associate chief of the Mass Genderal Division of Nephrology, becomes the first African American to serve in that role.

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    Miles for Medicine in Motion

    “Our goal with this triathlon—and the Medicine in Motion group—is to reduce burnout by building community through fitness and philanthropy,” says Logan Briggs, fourth year Harvard Medical School student and co-founder of Medicine in Motion.

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