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Christine Chu, M.D.
Dr. Chu was fantastic when I was going through the program, but when it came down to the last few stages and the surgery I felt like cattle she just wanted to get done with. Even while in the hospital I had some concerns that she did not achknowledge. She just was very condescending. Before the surgery I would have reccomended her 100%, she was fantastic.
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Oh where do I begin!! I started my weight loss journey in 1971 when I was born.. No just kidding but just about. I have the same story as many others. Overweight my whole life and battling it. I can remember being 9 and getting up at 5 am so I could run 5 miles before shool. With a nurse/health food freak for a Mom and a naturally skinny father, my weight was a FAMILY issue. But Mom and her whole side of the family are extremely overweight. I have tried every diet in the book, from cabbage soup, to the hot dog diet, to Jenny Craig (which worked but I'm not a millionaire!) I started my WLS journey about 2002. I started to go through the Kaiser program in S San Francisco, and was denied because I didn't have any co-morbidities. Fast forward 5 years later and with the developement of knee surgery and high blood pressure controlled by medication, I was approved. I have been as high as 300 pounds, but started this portion of my weight loss journey at 240. I think I am finally begining to see the light at the END of my weight loss journey or at least the light to the maintenance portion of my weight loss journey!!