ER physician Dr. Travis Stork shares the grim statistic from the CDC which reported that from 2000-20016 death rates from liver cancer have increased 43% for American adults.
The Doctors are joined by interventional oncologist and radiologist Dr. Kien Vuu to share why the rates of liver cancer are on the rise. Dr. Vuu says these increased cancer rates are linked to what we eat and our alcohol consumption levels.
The Doctors discuss the rise of the disease, nonalcoholic steatohepatitis -- also known as NASH -- which has been linked to a rise of liver cancer cases. Plus, find out what you can do to combat developing a fatty liver.
The Doctors welcome Doctors staffer Jeff, his wife Joanne and daughter Emily, who was diagnosed with a rare condition which currently does not have a cure.
The Doctors help a viewer determine if her social drinking is too much drinking.
Before you try a DIY health remedy, check out this cautionary tale.
If you are considering a DIY health remedy, be sure to check out this cautionary tale of a man attempting a liver flush.
Psychologist Dr. Howard Samuels joins The Doctors and offers Mason 90-days at The Hills treatment center. Will he go?
Less than 24-hours after getting rushed to the hospital for uncontrollable vomiting, Mason was drinking again. The Doctors send him to see gastroenterologist Dr. Su Sachar to see just how much damage alcohol has caused his body.
Gastroenterologist Dr. Su Sachar tells Mason how alcohol has affected his liver. The Doctors are also joined by Mason’s parents Pauleen and Ron to confront their family issues that have played a role in Mason’s drinking. Can he overcome his addiction?