The Doctors December 10 2015 Recap
The mother of a terminally ill child joined the show to explain why she’s fighting to have her son’s school honor a do-not-resuscitate advanced medical directive. Plus, journalist and reporter Charles Sabine joined The Doctors to talk about Huntington’s Disease and what it has done to his family.
Drs: Mom Fighting For Do-Not-Resuscitate For Terminally Ill Son
No parent ever wants to have to think about the end of their child’s life, but often times they have to do just that. One mom is fighting for end-of-life rights for her child, attempting to put in place a DNR, and she explained why it’s so important to her.
Drs: Jon Stewart For First Responders + Live Tapeworm In Brain
The Doctors then explained what Jon Stewart has done and is attempting to do for first responders, before a young man joined the show to share what happened when a live tapeworm was found in his brain.
Drs: Charles Sabine Huntington’s Disease + Norman Reedus Bitten
Charles Sabine’s entire family has been impacted by Huntington’s Disease and he wants to be sure more people know about it. Plus, was The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus bitten in real life?