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Dr. Oz talks about a new study that has shown more women in America are dying from cervical cancer than previously thought. Dr. Oz and gynecologist Dr. Jennifer Ashton discuss the impact of the study.
Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses how human papillomavirus (HPV) can cause cervical cancer and why it can be preventable. Then, Rhenotha and her friends ask Dr. Ashton about the risk factors.
Dr. Jennifer Ashton walks through the four biggest warning signs of cervical cancer and why it’s important to pay attention to your body.
Go-to guest Rhenotha talks about the five stages of getting a pap smear and why she and other women, procrastinate making an appointment with the gynecologist. Then, Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains what is used in a pap smear and how everything is used.
Dr. Jennifer Ashton, Dr. Oz, and Rhenotha discuss three things that can help lower your risk of cervical cancer. Plus, Dr. Ashton shares a smoothie that has essential vitamins to help prevent cervical cancer.
Dr. Oz and Dr. Jonathan Lapook, CBS News Chief Medical Correspondent, discuss the new group of people that are more likely to get colon cancer. Then, they reveal three things that could potentially increase your risk for colon cancer.
Dr. Jonathan Lapook talks about the science behind antibiotics potentially increasing the risk for colon cancer. Then cancer survivors Anthea and Joanna inform the audience of colon cancer warning signs.
Guests Anthea and Joanna talk about their diagnoses of colon cancer when they were in their early 20s. Dr. Jonathan Lapook emphasizes that anyone can get colon cancer which is why early detection is key.
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