Dr Oz Fans Update: Here are the Segments from this Episode
- Dr Oz Ovarian Cancer Risk Factors: BMI, Birth Control & Family History
- Dr Oz Ovarian Cancer Symptom Tracking: Vitamin D3 & Fiber Lower Risks
- Dr Oz: Soda & Type 2 Diabetes Pancreatic Cancer Risk Factors
- Dr Oz Stomach Cancer Risk Factors: Blood Type, A H.Pylori & Nitrites
- Dr Oz Cancer Fighting Foods: Tomatoes, Apricots, Mushrooms & Citrus
Dr Oz: Cancer Signs Misdiagnosed
If there was a way to lower your risk of getting cancer or stop it from growing inside of your body, would you want to know how to do it? All too often many cancers go misdiagnosed or undiagnosed and sadly, far too many people are dying from various forms of cancer. On this episode, Your Biggest Cancer Risks: Dr. Oz’s Biggest Solutions, Dr. Oz is going to break down important information you need to know that could very well save your life. You could be as risk of dying from cancer and not even realize it, but with Doctor Oz’s Cancer Solutions you can be better armed and ready to fight and even prevent cancer from ravaging your body. Your doctor might be missing some of the most serious warning signs and you need to know what they are, so you can protect yourself from the potential of a cancer that you did not even see coming. Dr. Oz says that some of your everyday habits could be putting your life in danger. What behavior should you change immediately that could improve your life and lower your risk for cancer? He is going to everything you need to know, from the most undiagnosed cancers to the most deadly ones, as well as a simple, but bold way to keep them out of your body.
Dr Oz November 8 2012 Guests
Dr. Kathleen Wolin will be a return guest to the show as she visited Dr. Oz last year to discuss the link between belly fat and cancer risk. Dr. Robynne Chutkan, who was on Dr. Oz’s show earlier this year to talk about the silent killer known as stomach cancer, will also be a guest on the show this time around. Also appearing as first-time guests the show will be Dr. Diljeet Singh and Dr. Sarah Thayer.