Are ozempic and drugs like it the beginning of the end of obesity as we know it? (old.reddit.com)

As you all may have heard of, ozempic looks like a very promising drug in treating obesity and even overweight. Currently 10% of the world is obese, while 40% is overweight, but the numbers are much higher in some countries.

The other day there this

pointed that by 2035 the majority of the world will either be overweight or obese. I guess we're 10% away.

I am posting this here as I am wondering if we're close to living in a world where obesity is practically cured or at least well managed, and becomes a thing of the past, especially if we think of it similar to how diabetes and even HIV are managed today at least where the health infrastructure exits.

What do you think?

An article from The Economist entertaining this idea.

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