By JOHN LEICESTER Associated Press PARIS (AP) — Chatting before they go under the knife, the two women picture their lives after surgery. Caroline Erganian hopes to be rid of her pain. Lolita Andela imagines being able to be active with her kids. After multiple false dawns, they scarcely dare believe that their Paris hospital, no longer monopolized by COVID-19 patients, is once again able to perform their intestinal tucks to treat chronic obesity. When the pandemic was burning through France's health system, the women's surgeries were repeatedly pushed back. But after months of waiting, their turn has now come. […]
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