The Doctors debate the pros and cons of a powerful new prescription painkiller. Then, one mother shares her inspirational story of overcoming skin cancer. Plus, see a groundbreaking technique for eradicating brain tumors. And, how an amputee drummer adapt
New Drug Danger; Battling Rare Skin Cancer; Breakthrough Brain Surgery
Pain management specialist Dr. Gregory A. Smith debates whether the benefits of the new prescription painkiller, Zohydro, to Americans living in chronic pain are worth the potential risks.
Hear how Jason, 24, survived being electrocuted by 28,000 volts of electricity, and how he learned to adapt to life without his right hand.
When Gavin, 7, was only 5 years old, his parents began to notice odd changes in his behavior and his ability to use his eyes normally. They took him to the doctor and learned that Gavin had a benign, golf ball-sized tumor in the center of his brain....
Hear how a cutting-edge laser treatment was used to save the life of a young boy with a rare brain tumor.
Carrie describes her battle with a rare form of skin cancer, and why it was important to her to stay positive throughout her treatment.
After losing his right hand due to an accident, Jason learned to adapt to his new life with one hand. Now, see how a cutting-edge bionic prosthetic hand can provide Jason with the agility he needs to lead a more normal life.
See the cutting-edge laser procedure to remove Gavin's life-threatening brain tumor.
E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork explains why the new prescription painkiller, Zohydro, has a higher abuse potential than current prescription drugs used to treat chronic pain.
After being diagnosed with a rare form of skin cancer, and undergoing extensive surgery and reconstruction, Carrie joins The Doctors to share how she’s doing today.