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It’s always amazing to look through letters, e-mails, comments on and Facebook submissions from viewers. One particular topic that caught my attention was gynecomastia, or excess male breast tissue, submitted by CGlass00. We have discussed breast implants and reductions for women but never tackled the subject matter when it comes to men.

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Rare Cancer

Jun 21, 2014 10:18am

One in a Million Cancer- Very rare cancer which only affects 1-2 in a million. One leading exper... more

In 2014, there will be an estimated 1,665,540 new cancer cases diagnosed and 585,720 cancer death... more

I propose a Holiday Gift Guide of items (Granny Jo Products dignity Mug, Napkin Clips, walker bag... more

Teeth Straightening

Jul 31, 2013 12:18pm

Did you have braces when you were a child, but now your teeth are crooked again? That's Adult Rel... more

Transverse Myelitis/ADEM

Jun 24, 2013 7:57am

My son, who just had to celebrate his 3rd birthday in children's soecialized hospital woke up may... more

A segment where The Doctors face their fears & phobias head on, right on stage during a taping. more


A challenge on the show where audience members, viewers, or even The Doctors themselves eat or at... more

The Doctors Impact: Thank You

Apr 23, 2013 7:09pm

A segment of The Doctors where a fan or audience member is given the chance to Thank all of The D... more

Brain Aneurysm's

Apr 16, 2013 2:24pm

I too would like to see a show on Brain Aneurysm's. My wife suffered an Aneurysm on January 10th,... more

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