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A new device will suck food directly out of the stomach through an implanted tube.
The dieting system will feature a thin silicon tube that will run from the inside of the stomach to a poker-chip sized Skin-Port on the surface of the abdomen. Twenty minutes after the meal has been completed, the user will attach the held-held device to the tube and turn a lever, allowing the barely-digested food to exit the stomach and flow into the device's reservoir. The device will remove only a third of the food, leaving behind enough calories for the body to function.