It, fits? OH COME ON.
The NEW AND IMPROVED LAPBAND!
You can do better!
Apollo Endosurgery, Inc., the leader in minimally invasive endoscopic surgical products for bariatric and gastrointestinal procedures, today announced the launch of the âIt Fitsâ campaign, aimed at rejuvenating the LAP-BANDÂ® System and educating a broad range of patients about the benefits of the minimally-invasive weight loss procedure.
âIt Fitsâ supports the companyâs decision to place greater emphasis on the unique advantage of the LAP-BANDÂ® System â the only FDA approved device for weight reduction for people with at least one weight-related health problem, and having a BMI of 30 or greater.
Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/1989812#ixzz34taKYjn9
The new ad spot - from Apollo - tugs right there at your heart, don't it? I might be tearing up over all of the completely stereotypical situations right here in this here commercial! OMG I CAN FIT IN THE AEROPLANE SEATBELT WITHOUT AN EXTENDER COULD YOU PLEASE PUT ME IN A COMMERCIAL ALTHOUGH I WAS NEVER SUPER MORBIDLY OBESE I AM JUST AN ACTOR!
Until this and my tears dry up!
Because of course we will ignore the patient histories of thousands -- to have a procedure to lose how much weight?
Just as a frame of reference, that makes me qualify in a few BMI points. Confession: when I reached my high weight about the same time the new BMI-qualifications for the Allergan-owned lap-band came around, I decided THAT WAS IT. I could not possibly do it again, my butt was not revising band-over-bypass for that much weight, not after watching this weight loss community for 12 years. Nope.