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The Disease They Call Fat

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There are an estimated 17 million women in the USA that have the fat disorder lipedema and don't know it. Filmmaker and patient Catherine Seo brings us on a journey of discovery, as she explores this misunderstood and commonly misdiagnosed disease. Produced by Lipedema Simplified Productions in partnership with Mark L. Smith, MD, FACS.

  • DirectorCatherine Seo
  • Runtime: 55 min
  • StudioLipedema Simplified Productions
  • QualityHD

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