"The Doctors’" special medical correspondent, 9-year-old college student Tanishq Abraham, reports from Sacramento, California, where a second-grade student saved her best friend from choking by using the Heimlich maneuver.
Cheating Death: Medical Survival Stories
On November 13, 2008, Dallas was working as an independent contractor when the scissor lift he was operating came into contact with a power line. The intense electrical heat left Dallas extremely disfigured, burning away the soft tissue of his face,...
Dallas joins The Doctors as the first recipient to receive a full-face transplant in the U.S. See how a team of 30 doctors, led by plastic surgeon Dr. Bohdan Pomahac, accomplished the amazing medical procedure.
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The Doctors exclusive: After an electrical fire burned Dallas’ face, doctors said he’d never eat, walk or talk again
Dallas joins The Doctors as the first recipient to receive a full-face transplant in the U.S. Witness his incredible transformation.
Jamie experienced a death defying accident as a result of texting behind the wheel. See how she’s using her accident to raise awareness of the dangers of texting while driving.
<i>The Doctors</i> exclusive: After an electrical fire burned Dallas’ face, doctors said he’d never eat, walk or talk again. Today, Dallas shares his incredible story as the first American ever to receive a full-face transplant. Plus, meet a 6-year-old he
Dallas joins The Doctors as the first recipient to receive a full-face transplant in the U.S. Dallas discusses the sensation of being able to smile and show affection again.