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The host of the podcast Dr. Death, Laura Biel, and medical malpractice attorney Kay Van Wey join Dr. Oz to share the story of Dallas neurosurgeon Christopher Duntsch. Find out how the surgeon got away with disabling, paralyzing, and killing patients.
The host of the Dr. Death podcast, Laura Beil, details cases of the neurosurgeon who killed and paralyzed 33 patients. Dr. Oz questions how nobody spoke up or brought Dr. Duntsch to justice.
In a clip from his interrogation tape, Dr. Duntsch blames his wrongdoings on an administrator. Attorney Kay Van Wey shares how he threatened her in a lengthy email and how he seemed separated from reality.
Philip, a former patient of Dr. Duntsch, shares his experience with Dr. Oz. Find out how the neurosurgeon deceived him and what went wrong during his operation.
The wife of a Dr. Death victim, Angela Mayfield, recounts how she felt that something went wrong during her husband’s surgery, even though she was told that everything had gone well. She shares how her husband’s paralysis has affected their family.
Dr. Oz addresses the suicide epidemic and the story of Katie Stubblefield, a woman who survived a self-inflicted gunshot and became the youngest recipient of a face transplant. Katie and her parents join Dr. Oz to speak about the emotional journey.
Dr. Oz shares a step-by-step diagram of Katie Stubblefield’s intense thirty-one-hour face transplant. Katie and her parents discuss the painful journey and how it has changed their lives.
Kevin Hines shares how he survived his jump off the Golden State Bridge. He opens about his emotions and thoughts as he peered down at the water below.
Dr. Oz asks Kevin about his miraculous survival story. He shares his positive new outlook on life and his gratitude for a second chance.
Influencer and suicide prevention activist, Kevin Hines, details the miracle of surviving his jump off the Golden Gate Bridge. Kevin shares his mission to help people living with serious mental issues and difficult life circumstances.
He’s the subject of the hit podcast, “Dr. Death.” Find out how this surgeon got away with killing and paralyzing patients for years and how he was finally stopped. We meet one of his former patients who came out of surgery paralyzed.
We break down the new research on Alzheimer’s.