A young woman is unable keep food down despite a desire to eat
Young Woman Suffers With Rare Eating Disorder; Not Guilty By Brain Tumors; Man Beats All Medical Odds
A young woman suffers from a rare eating disorder leaving her unable to keep food down
Ever since the sixth grade, Maya has been unable to digest food and must use a feeding tube. Now 17, she and mom Emily have come to The Doctors looking for help.
Criminal defense attorney Sara Azari joins The Doctors to discuss the troubling case of students sharing a naked photo of a school administrator.
Surgeon Dr. Mark Hill joins The Doctors and Jim to discuss how they successfully treated his cancer. Plus, The Doctors and Jim’s nieces – Nicole, Jaclyn and Erica – surprise their uncle with an amazing vacation!
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A Minnesota man killed a jogger when he lost control of his SUV. Three days later he was diagnosed with four brain tumors.
Maya meets with gastroenterologist Dr. Su Sachar and psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow, who confirm that the teen is dealing with rumination syndrome.
When is a medical condition a criminal defense? Criminal defense attorney Sara Azari and The Doctors weigh in on the tragic case of a man who killed another man due to the effects of his brain tumors.
The Doctors are joined by Sophia, who has Type 1 diabetes, and her mother, Stephanie, along with Carleigh, who is training the adorable dog Honey to be a diabetic alert dog.