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Dr. Oz introduces black salve or cancema, a corrosive paste that is advertised online as a cheap cancer cure. Hear from one woman who tried it and see why the FDA issued a warning about the product.
Dermatologist Dr. Dendy Engelman explains why black salve is so dangerous and how it can mislead people who use it in the hopes of curing cancer. Then, Dr. Oz demonstrates how black salve affects the skin.
Dr. Oz and dermatologist Dr. Dendy Engelman emphasize their concerns about black salve and discuss how easy it is to find deceptive and false testimonials about the product online.
Guest Paulette tried using black salve for her skin cancer. She opens up about her motivation for using it and describes the pain she felt after applying it.
Guest Paulette used black salve in an attempt to treat her skin cancer but was left with a disfigured nose. She describes how her doctor reconstructed her nose and opens up about her ordeal after the surgeries.
In a video conference call, Dr. Oz interviews Greg Caton, an Interpol fugitive, who despite being arrested and convicted in the United States, continues to market black salve online.
See what the FDA has to say about black salve. Then, dermatologist Dr. Dendy Engelman and Dr. Oz share their final thoughts about this dangerous product.
Dr. Oz welcomes Dr. Leonard Stern, Dr. Tomoko Kitago, and nurse Bethany Vadnais, who helped save his father’s life after he had a stroke. Then, Dr. Oz explains why it’s so important to act quickly to save a stroke victim’s life.
Neurologist Dr. Tomoko Kitago explains how to remember and identify if you or someone near you is having a stroke. Then, Dr. Oz’s granddaughter, Philomena, surprises her great-grandparents with a special treat.
Dr. Oz answers Rhenotha’s questions on gummy vitamins and reveals his top multivitamin pick.
The at-home cancer treatment being sold online is downright frightening. Instead of curing cancer, this dangerous ointment is literally causing skin to rot, leaving people disfigured with gaping holes in their bodies.
Hair restoration scams are preying on many women who feel shame and embarrassment about their hair loss.