Study finds that some weight loss drugs help people lose more weight than others


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In one of the first studies of its kind, people lost more weight taking Mounjaro and Zepbound than Ozempic and Wegovy. The drugs have different active ingredients, and doctors say they are both effective for weight loss. Which one is prescribed depends on the needs of the patient. NBC News‘ Stephanie Gosk reports.



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