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In an unprecedented experiment, Dr. Oz details what would happen if contagion became out of control and spread all around the globe. Watch how the pandemic all starts with patient zero.
Dr. Oz describes the plot of the film “Contagion,” which shows the breakdown of society over an apocalyptic virus. Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh and former director of the CDC Tom Frieden weigh in on the impact of the movie.
Dr. Oz shows us how seemingly innocent objects can become virtual Petri dishes for a deadly virus, and explains how simple it is to contract and spread a virus. Then, “Contagion” star Matt Damon shares the biggest takeaway he gained from the movie.
Dr. Ian Lipkin, director of the Center for Infection and Immunity at Columbia University, shares what convinced him to get involved with the movie “Contagion.” Epidemiologist Dr. Allison Aiello points out how long it could take to create a vaccine.
Dr. Oz shares a clip from “Contagion” of actor Jude Law suggesting an herbal cure for the deadly virus, and Dr. Oz reveals the herbal supplement to stock up on in real-life. Dr. Allison Aiello shares other effective ways to prepare for a pandemic.
Dr. Oz takes us back though past global contagions, and a health panel joins to discuss potential next big pandemics. Are we due for another catastrophic contagion?
Former White House Department of Homeland Security advisor Frances Townsend points out how a virus sample could be used as a weapon of mass destruction. Dr. Oz takes us along his visit to Homeland Security’s biodefense lab – now closed to the public.
Frances Townsend shares her concern over the difficulty of disseminating vaccines in the midst of an attack, and Steven Soderbergh tells us his impressions of the CDC. Then, Tom Frieden explains why measles are so contagious.
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