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Charlie Sheen joins Dr. Oz in the studio to talk about how he felt when he first learned of his HIV-positive diagnosis and why he initially kept the diagnosis private.
In his studio interview with Dr. Oz, Charlie Sheen opens up about his reaction to his HIV diagnosis and his current condition now.
Charlie Sheen responds to the tough questions about the public’s perception of his image and his view on now being a public face for the battle against HIV. Plus, he shares the poem and show idea he wrote that reflects his passion for chasing a cure.
Join Charlie Sheen as he visits his doctors and specialists who are on the front lines of HIV research, care, and treatment. Plus, find out why his doctor recommends acupuncture therapy to kick his smoking addiction.
In his search for a cure for HIV, Charlie Sheen sought experimental treatment from controversial doctor Dr. Samir Chachoua who claims to cure diseases like HIV and AIDS. Find out what this therapy involved.
Dr. Oz uncovers a shocking detail from Dr. Samir Chachoua, the controversial doctor Charlie Sheen sought treatment from for his HIV. Then, Dr. Robert Huizenga, Charlie’s doctor in Los Angeles, shares his take on what Sheen’s treatment should be.
Charlie Sheen addresses how his addictions have affected his marriages and how his substance abuse has spiraled out of control before.
Dr. Oz and Charlie Sheen visit the morgue at the Jersey City Medical Center to see how addiction truly affects the body. Get an inside look at healthy and unhealthy organs, including the lungs, liver, and heart.
Charlie Sheen opens up about his relationship with his actor father, Martin, and how his dad’s near-death experience affected him. Plus, he explains why he says he was “born dead.”
Dr. Michelle Cespedes, an infectious-disease specialist at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, explains what happens when someone goes off their HIV medications, what kills HIV patients today, and what the cure for HIV would look like.
In a daytime television event, Dr. Oz visits Charlie Sheen in his Los Angeles home to find out how he’s really doing since...