"The Doctors" Photo, pictured left to right: Dr. Andrew Ordon, Dr. Jim Sears, Brooke Milam, Kayla Martell, Dr. Lisa Masterson and Dr. Travis Stork.
The Doctors reveals colorectal cancer dangers with guest Katie Couric, who, as the spokeswoman for colon cancer awareness, delivers an impassioned plea about the importance of undergoing a colonoscopy.
“I think Jay (Monahan, Couric‘s husband who died in 1998 from colon cancer) got so ripped off not seeing his daughters grow up and blossom into these fine young women, and, of course, they got ripped off, as I did, because we miss him every day,” Couric says.
“So you know, it doesn’t have to happen. It doesn’t have to be that way. I don’t want people to be diagnosed with this disease in an advanced stage and say ‘if only…if only I’ve gotten screened.’ So keep that from happening. Get screened and as I said, do it for yourself and do it for the people you love.”
Photo, pictured left to right: Dr. Andrew Ordon, Melissa Rivers, Joan Rivers, Dr. Lisa Masterson and Dr. Travis Stork on "The Doctors."
On Monday, March 7, the Emmy Award-winning syndicated series The Doctors (check local listings) dives into issues surrounding the female anatomy as they are joined by comedienne Joan Rivers and her daughter Melissa, in a very frank discussion about girl parts where nothing is off limits!
From the breast to the uterus and everything in between, learn facts about how the female body works you may have not known. And, OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson reveals what really is the most important female sex organ.
Plus, Dr. Andrew Ordon reveals how to have fuller looking breasts without going under the knife and the premiere of a revolutionary, new push up bra.
More at www.thedoctorstv.com
Cast of "The Doctors" photo courtesy CBS Television
“Every year, 10 million people get behind the wheel with drugs in their system,” says Dr. Travis Stork. “Any substance that affects your brain, affects your judgment.”
In terrifying simulations, using Drive Square Systems technology, the Emmy-winning series, The Doctors (Monday, January 31) demonstrates the potentially lethal effects of driving while under the influence of marijuana, as well as the deadly consequences of texting behind the wheel.
The Doctors offers advice in what you need to know to keep your kids safe from such dangerous trends as setting your hair on fire, ingesting pet medications and even the newest self-mutilation techniques of needling.
The Doctors is a medical talk show created by Dr. Phil (McGraw).
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