Drs: Beauty Treatment Saved Woman’s Life + Liver Transplant

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The Doctors March 3 2015 Preview

On Tuesday, March 3, The Doctors will learn how one woman’s routine beauty treatment ended up saving her life. Then, The Doctors will hear from a mom who helped her 29-year-old son fight a liver disorder that could potentially take his life.

Drs: Beauty Treatment Saved Woman's Life + Liver Transplant

The Doctors will learn how a routine beauty treatment ended up saving a woman’s life, and then they will hear from a mom who saved her son from a potentially deadly liver disease.
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The Drs: Beauty Treatment Saved Woman’s Life

The Doctors will take a closer look at how one woman’s routine beauty treatment led to a life-changing and even life-saving discovery. The Doctors want to know exactly what the woman was doing and how it led her to make the discovery that completely changed her life. Could this happen to you?

It’s hard to imagine going in for a routine beauty procedure, whether it’s a hair removal procedure or some other beauty treatment, and leaving with news that changes your entire outlook on your life and your health. Be sure to watch The Doctors on March 3 to find out how the woman is doing now and what you need to know to keep it from happening to you.

The Drs: Liver Transplant

The Doctors will then hear from a mother who helped her 29-year-old son fight a fatal liver disorder. They will make sure that you get the opportunity to see a live liver transplant that the man so desperately needed.

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The Drs: Procedure For Baby With Skull Defect

The Doctors will also have their cameras rolling during a groundbreaking procedure that saved a baby girl who was born with a deadly skull defect. It’s hard to see an infant struggling with anything, much less something that could potentially take their life. The Doctors will look at what could have caused the defect in the first place, and what the family is doing to make sure their daughter is getting the treatment she needs to live a long, happy life.

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