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Beverly Hills Doctor (drfeiz.com) Performs the World's Most Lap Band Surgeries
Date:10/27/2009

r week, but the real success after Lap Band surgery is keeping the weight off. The Beverly Hills Comprehensive Weight Loss Center ensures that their Lap Band surgery patients lose the weight and keep it off. So many people turn to the Beverly Hills Comprehensive Weight Loss Center due to the success rate of this center. For more information visit http://www.drfeiz.com or call (310) 855-8058.

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