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Weight-loss surgery issue knocks on the Premier’s door

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A Conception Bay South woman who has lost almost half her body weight – who now as a result has an excess of loose skin on her body – is calling for Premier Kathy Dunderdale to voice her opinion on the matter. “I would ask Premier Kathy Dunderdale what her view is, is this surgery the continuation of a process of becoming more healthy? Or does she consider it to be a cosmetic, vanity issue?” Pamela Sheaves said to the CBC. Sheaves, who lost 160 pounds through exercise and dieting, has been unable to have her surgery covered by the province’s medical insurance plan, MCP. “I didn’t use drugs or surgery. I was approximately 330 pounds. Now I’m about 187 but I have about 30 pounds of extra skin.” As a result of her weight loss, Sheaves no longer needs medication to control her diabetes – and she contends that…

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Man’s fight against MCP makes national headlines

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Andrew Murley’s struggle with MCP and the Provincial Government to have MCP cover a surgery that he feels is required after losing over 200 pounds has made national headlines. The Star reports: But now, after bringing his weight down to 180 pounds, Murley has found that the health-care system isn’t willing to return his favour. Left with six pounds of excess skin hanging from his chest — which can be removed only through surgery and not exercise — Murley is learning the limits of the public system. That’s because the provincial government is refusing to pay for the procedure, saying the operation is not ‘medically necessary.’” The Star says that Newfoundland’s policy is consistent with that of other provinces, including Ontario, Manitoba and B.C. Saskatchewan, but notes that on the other hand that they all pay for breast reduction surgery if there are symptoms such as painful shoulder grooves, breast…

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