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10 November 2011

Experimental drug slims obese monkeys

An experimental drug that targets and kills fat cells in the blood appears to help obese rhesus monkeys lose weight, a new study suggests.

An experimental drug that targets and kills fat cells in the blood appears to help obese rhesus monkeys lose weight, a new study suggests.

The report was published in the Nov. 9 issue of Science Translational Medicine.

 
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