Witness how cutting-edge technology gives a voice to an autistic teen who has never spoken before. Then, a single mother loses her arms and legs to a life-threatening illness. Discover how she beat the odds with the help of new technology.
Dr. Laura Mosqueda
Geriatrician Dr. Laura Mosqueda, Director of Geriatrics at the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine explains what happens to the brain when affected by dementia. Plus, Dr. Travis explains how the brain processes music.
In a very special episode of <i>The Doctors</i>, see how cutting-edge technology gave an autistic teen a voice and a single mother new arms, legs and a second chance at life. Plus, how music is changing the lives of Alzheimer’s patients.