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Dr. Oz discusses how the human papillomavirus (HPV), which can be transmitted through sexual contact, is associated with a rise in head and neck cancers. Then, Lorinda opens up about her tonsil cancer, which was directly linked to HPV.
Guest Lorinda opens up about her tonsil cancer experience — including how she felt when she was first diagnosed — her cancer treatment, and what she wants women to know about HPV and cancer.
Dr. Oz reveals which cancers may be caused by HPV. Then, Dr. Evelyn Minaya shares what you can do to protect yourself, and Dr. Bert W. O’Malley Jr. discusses how HPV is now the leading cause of head and neck cancers.
Dr. Evelyn Minaya and Dr. Bert W. O’Malley Jr. discuss how HPV can stay dormant in the body for years and how easily it can potentially spread from person to person.
Dr. Bert W. O’Malley Jr. explains how HPV can be contracted and OB/GYN Dr. Evelyn Minaya discusses what women can do to protect themselves from sexually-transmitted HPV and why it’s important to talk to teenage girls about sexual protection.
Otolaryngologist Dr. Bert W. O’Malley Jr. and OB/GYN Dr. Evelyn Minaya talk about the risk of getting HPV and explain the importance of vaccination for young teens in preventing HPV infection.
Rob Bell, author of “How to Be Here,” talks about how to stop feeling overwhelmed and the questions you can ask yourself to be more present and live in the moment.
Rob Bell, author of How to Be Here, discusses the idea behind “ikigai,” the Japanese word that means “reason for being.” Bell shares the four questions you can ask yourself if you’re stuck in a rut and want to live your life more fully.
Montel Williams investigates real and fake medical professionals who prey on you.