The Doctors June 17, 2014 Recap
The Doctors had a great episode June 17, 2014 with a story about a gay man who was denied for tissue donation, a burn survivor who decided to take things into her own hands and open up a permanent make-up clinic for people with scars, Rev Run stopping by to talk about diabetes, and a new breakthrough in anti-aging research.
The Drs TV: Gay Man Denied For Tissue Donation & Harrison Ford Injured
The Doctors News in 90 reported that Harrison Ford was injured on the set of the new Star Wars film. Plus, a gay man who helped raise money for an organ donation charity was denied the chance to donate his tissue. Find out what happened and whether it was discriminatory.
Drs: Permanent Make-Up & Tattooing To Cover Scars And Discoloration
The Doctors talked to Basma, a burn survivor who took her recovery into her own hands by opening up her own permanent tattooing clinic and Annette, a drive-by shooting survivor who wanted Basma’s help.
The Drs: Rev Run Renovation, Diabetes Symptoms & AskScreenKnow Review
Rev Run from Run-D.M.C. came by The Doctors to talk about diabetes and the importance of knowing your risks.
The Drs: What Is Diamond Blackfan Anemia? Delete Blood Cancer Review
The Doctors talked to Tim and Maggie, whose four sons suffer from Diamond Blackfan Anemia. They came on The Doctors to raise awareness about the importance of bone marrow donation.
The Doctors: Doctor On Demand App Review & Anti-Aging Breakthrough
The Doctors discussed the Doctor On Demand App and a new anti-aging breakthrough that may let 60-year-olds have the energy and muscle mass of 20-year-olds.