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After a routine surgery, guest Joy was left with persistent pain that wouldn't go away. She opens up to Dr. Oz about the unexpected cause of her suffering, an ordeal that lasted for 12 years.
Dr. Oz reveals that guest Joy had a retained surgical item, a type of medical mistake that’s completely preventable. How could this happen? Go inside one of Dr. Oz’s surgeries to see how easily something can go wrong.
A year after getting a routine sinus surgery, guest Crystal learned she had three feet of nasal packing and a plastic splint lodged inside her nose. She opens up to Dr. Oz about her unusual symptoms and her shocking experience.
Dr. Oz explains how three feet of nasal packing can fit inside the nose, an unusual event that guest Crystal experienced. Then, Crystal reveals how she pushed her doctors to get to the bottom of her health problem.
In a daytime exclusive interview, guest Ethel opens up to Dr. Oz about her surgeon, who was caught on tape making inappropriate comments about her while she was under anesthesia during surgery.
Guest Ethel explains what drove her to audio record what her surgeon said during her operation and how she hid the recording device in her hair.
For years, Michael J. Swango harmed his patients intentionally and murdered more than 35 of them while he was employed as a doctor. Writer Kelly Kreth explains why she decided to investigate his story and write to him in jail.
Special agent Tom Valery describes the type of patients that Michael Swango killed and writer Kelly Kreth, who corresponded with Swango, reveals what he wrote. Plus, Dr. Oz presents a timeline of Swango’s past from 1982 until his arrest in 1997.
Special agent Tom Valery reveals how Michael Swango was caught and Dr. Oz reads a disturbing excerpt from Swango’s scrapbook. Plus, attorney Edward Nitkewicz shares where Swango is today and writer Kelly Kreth reveals the traits of serial killers.