Angelina Jolie’s Breast Surgeon; Reduce Breast Cancer Risks; Designer Babies

Surgical breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk explains who should get tested for BRCA gene mutation, and how much the test will cost. "I've had many women be terrified to find out the results. I've never had one say,'Wow, I wish I didn't know I had this...

Married couple David and Marybeth struggled for years to conceive a child, eventually turning to in-vitro fertilization to help them grow their family. They join the show, along with fertility specialist Dr. Michael Glassner, to discuss their...

New genetic tests, including Next Generation Sequencing, can radically improve the odds of a healthy, full term pregnancy … but where do we draw the line? Hear more as The Doctors continue to debate the pros, cons and ethical considerations of...

Angelina Jolie's announcement that she decided to undergo a double mastectomy after discovering she carried a BRCA gene mutation led millions of women to take a strong look at their family history and take action — a phenomenon called "The Angelina...

Sisters Tara, Jenny and Shannon watched their mother and two aunts battle breast cancer at the same time, and ultimately lost their mother to the disease. They put off getting tested for the BRCA mutation for six years, living in anxiety and denial...

Fertility specialist Dr. Michael Glassner joins the show to explain Next Generation Sequencing, a genetic test to determine whether an embryo is healthy and can be carried to full term. Hear how it works.

Sisters Tara, Jenny and Shannon watched their mother and two aunts battle breast cancer at the same time, and ultimately losing their mother. They decide to get tested for the BRCA gene mutation and join The Doctors to find out the results.