The Doctors April 6 2016 Recap
Clinical trials are necessary for the development of new medications, but have you ever thought about the people that participate in those trials? One college student has been participating in medical trials that required her to be injected with typhoid and Ebola, and said she did it all for the money! Then, The Doctors shared signs of dog flu to look for in your pet, before former supermodel Janice Dickinson revealed her breast cancer diagnosis.
Drs: Risky Medical Trials For Money + Model Tattooed Eyes Black
People participate in medical research for a variety of reasons, but The Doctors questioned why one college student would be willing to donate her body to science, when it meant being injected with potentially dangerous viruses. Then, The Doctors discussed one model’s decision to have his eyeballs tattooed completely black.
The Doctors: Dog Flu & Robotic Pets + Work Spouse Relationships
The flu isn’t just for humans; dogs can get it too! The Doctors welcomed a veterinarian to talk about canine influenza and how to spot signs in your own furry friend. Plus, could your “work spouse” relationship be interfering with your actual spousal relationship at home?
The Drs: Janice Dickinson Breast Cancer + Potty Training Tricks
Janice Dickinson revealed that she was diagnosed with breast cancer at the end of March of 2016, and turned to The Doctors in hopes of raising awareness about the importance of regular screening. Then, The Doctors shared a few tricks that could help parents potty train their toddlers a little easier.