The Doctors discuss the case of a 26-year-old New Jersey woman who was arrested by police for reportedly lying about having brain cancer in order to trick a couple into letting her stay with them for free.
The Doctors and attorney and legal analyst Anahita Sedaghatfar weigh in on the case of a woman who allegedly lied about having brain cancer in order to get free room and board. Are there any legal ramifications for this alleged crime?
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The Doctors are joined by surgical oncologist Dr. Steven Curley, who wrote “In My Hands: Compelling Stories from a Surgeon and His Patients Fighting Cancer,” and he shares how he’s able to keep hope alive in patients after a cancer diagnosis.
Alisa, who has stage 4 colon cancer, has been told she should seek out clinical trials as part of her treatment and has come to The Doctors to ask surgical oncologist Dr. Steven Curley if this is a good idea.
Surgical oncologist and author of the book “In My Hands: Compelling Stories from a Surgeon and His Patients Fighting Cancer,” Dr. Steven Curley shares how he works with his cancer patients.
The Doctors welcome oncologist Dr. Lawrence Piro to discuss if a saliva DNA test can help patients determine if they have genes that make them more prone to getting cancer.
The Doctors welcome Marlo, who lost her son to cancer and after genetic testing also found out her daughter Casey has the mutated gene p53, which dramatically increases her chances of getting cancer.
Marlo's son Tanner died from the cancer due a hereditary cancer gene mutation. This rare genetic gene mutation was not only carried by Tanner but also is carried by Marlo’s daughter, Casey.
Oncologist Dr. Lawrence Piro explains the connection between genetic defects and the increased risk of developing diseases like cancer.