Last season The Doctors shared the incredible story of Troy Druppal, a man who was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a bone cancer which resulted in his left arm being amputated.
Learn how researchers are using the HIV virus to fight aggressive Leukemia cells.
Emily Whitehead, 8, was diagnosed with an aggressive form of Leukemia just after her fifth birthday. She underwent several rounds of chemotherapy treatment and suffered two relapses of the cancer. See how she's doing after undergoing an experimental...
Emily's doctor, pediatric oncologist Dr. Stephen Grupp, joins The Doctors via satellite to share the preliminary results of the clinical trial. How effective is this new Leukemia treatment, which uses the HIV virus to kill cancerous cells?
Learn about a shocking new treatment for Leukemia, which uses the HIV virus to train the immune system to kill cancerous cells. How effective is it, and could it help someone you love?
In a "The Doctors" daytime exclusive, meet a husband and wife who were simultaneously struck by lightning … while she was pregnant! Hear their incredible survival story. Then, how body weight is determining rent in Japan. Plus, a radical procedure to comb
See the amazing results of a radical surgery that saved an 11-year-old girl's life.
Learn about a radical procedure to treat bone tumors and congenital deformities.
Orthopaedic oncologist Dr. C. Parker Gibbs explains how a rotationplasty is performed to treat osteosarcoma, a rare and aggressive form of bone cancer.
Learn how a radical procedure to treat a cancerous bone tumor gave an 11-year-old girl a second chance at life.