The Doctors reveal cutting-edge medical breakthroughs that could save your life! Discover a painless way to detect breast cancer. Plus, can your cell phone predict a heart attack?
Medical Breakthroughs that Can Save Your Life
Justin and Clare found out their unborn child had a condition called spina bifida, a birth defect in which the spinal column and backbone do not close before birth. To give her unborn child a better chance at normal development, Clare elected to...
See a new technology that uses infrared digital imaging as an adjunctive procedure to assist in early breast cancer detection.
Otolaryngologist Dr. Babak Larian and facial reconstructive surgeon Dr. Babak Azizzadeh illustrate how they performed Jeff’s tumor removal operation and reconstructed his face with tissue and fat grafts.
The Doctors discuss whether consuming alcohol after a workout will negate the benefits of exercise.
Pediatric surgeon Dr. Darrell Cass of Texas Children’s Hospital explains how an in-utero surgery to correct spina bifida is performed.
After living for years with an unexplained growth on his temple, 51-year-old Jeff was diagnosed with stage 4 melanoma. Remarkably, he remains symptom-free, despite being given only a few months to live.
Cardiologist Dr. Eric Topol explains how modern cardiology may be able to predict when a heart attack will occur with the help of a cell phone app.
The Doctors reveal cutting-edge medical breakthroughs that could save your life
A mobile hangover treatment bus, operating in Las Vegas, Nevada, is the latest way to help people recover from a night of heavy drinking. Owned and operated by anesthesiologist Dr. Jason Burke, see how Hangover Heaven works!