A mother and attorney who is fighting for the passage of the California’s End of Life Options Act describes how her daughter feels about her advocacy, and The Doctors weigh in on the controversial bill.
After Christy was diagnosed with lung and brain cancer and told she had two to three months to live, she decided to fight to change the law so she could have more control over when and how to spend her last days.
After Christy was diagnosed with lung and brain cancer and told she had two to three months to live, she decided to fight to change the law so she could have more control over how to spend her last days.
A woman who had a large tumor removed from her face joins The Doctors five months after later to share how the surgery has changed her life. Hear the shocking results of the tumor biopsy.
The Doctors debate whether electronic cigarettes, which have become increasingly popular in recent years, support smoking cessation or augment nicotine addiction.
Thomas Kiklas, cofounder of the Tobacco Vapor Electronic Cigarette Association, addresses concerns about the rise of e-cigarette use among teens.
The Doctors debate whether the increasingly popular vaping trend supports smoking cessation or augments addiction.
Smoking is typically associated with an increased risk for lung cancer; however, the unhealthy habit is also directly related to progressive lower respiratory conditions, particularly chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, an irreversible restriction of l
Doctors have discovered a way to make cancerous tumors glow, allowing surgeons to see and potentially remove lesions that otherwise couldn’t be detected. Find out how.
A heavy smoker with high blood pressure and severe sleep apnea gets a harsh wake-up call about how his lifestyle is impacting his health.