Dr Oz: Ovarian Cancer: Silent Cancer Killers of Women


Dr Oz Ovarian Cancer Warning Signs

DR OZ FANS UPDATE: The recaps of this Dr Oz Show are now posted online. Here are the relevant links:

Dr Oz’s show on Thursday May 26 2011 is called Silent Cancer Killer of Women and will focus on the topic of Ovarian Cancer, Pancreatic Cancer and Esophageal Cancer.  Originally, I thought this show was going to be a repeat of this show:  Dr Oz Ovarian Cancer Symptoms… but it turned out to just have a very similar name!  In the previous show, Dr Oz went over the signs and symptoms for each of these three Silent Cancer Killers, which is so important because it just might save another person’s life!  An interesting little fact about this show is that it has already saved at least one woman’s life!  Dr Oz did a follow-up show where he brought a lady named Nancy onto his show because she watched this particular episode of Doctor Oz and was able to diagnose herself (you can read about her story here: Dr Oz Ovarian Cancer Warning Signs).

Dr Oz Kitchen Home Remedies

Doctor Oz will also be covering a variety of easy and effective home remedies, which you can read all about here: Dr Oz Kitchen Cures.  And since I love Dr Oz Ovarian CancerNatural Remedies so much, I will even give you a quick summary here:

Dr Oz: Sore Throat Home Remedy

Gargle with warm water and baking soda for a quick and easy Sore Throat Home Remedy.

Dr Oz: Toothache Home Remedy

Make a paste out of cloves and water for a simple Toothache Home Remedy.

Dr Oz: Bad Breath Home Remedy

If you have bad breath, try eating yogurt to help clear it up.

Dr Oz: Beauty Secrets

Doctor Oz will also do a segment called Beauty Secrets From Around The World with Shalini Vadhera, author of Passport to Beauty: Secrets and Tips from Around the World for Becoming a Global Goddess, to teach us a Nail Strengthening Home Remedy, a Shiny Highlighted Hair Home Remedy, and a Skin Brightening Face Mask.


  1. Joe says

    Not sure I understand how eating yogurt would cure bad breath. The “good” bacteria in yogurt kill those that produce bad gas/smells? So, the good ones do not produce gas?

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