After suffering complications from weight-loss surgery performed in Mexico, Sarah Sayegh was barely clinging to life when she was transferred to Keck Hospital of USC. Under the care of upper GI and bariatric surgeon Peter Crookes, MD, and his team, she beat the odds and lived to tell her story.
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