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Dr. Oz Show to be on Fibromyalgia – Tuesday, July 23, 2013

  [ Not Yet Rated ]   [ 1 Comment ] • July 22, 2013

On Tuesday, July 23, 2013, the Dr. Oz Show, is scheduled to feature a segment about fibromyalgia. 

The title of the program is “The Disease Doctors Miss Most: Fibromyalgia” and the description of the episode says, “Are you always exhausted and in constant pain? Learn about the latest treatments and discoveries that could heal you.”

Guests for the fibromyalgia portion of the program are Dr. Jennifer Caudle, a Family Medicine physician, and Dr. Sean Mackey, a pain specialist. 

You can watch a brief promotional video for the show HERE.

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Posted by: jillian17
Jul 24, 2013
I accidentally saw the dr oz show yest on Fibro and was so disappointed! At first I was so excited, Dr Oz was talking about what I had lived thru for 7 yrs. I watched excitedly as he gave symptoms, but I felt so much was left out there. Then it ended half an hour in, not orth an hour show! What about suggestions on exercise, food, vitamins, alternative meds? Just a basic fast talking brush over a couple treatments and meds not even detailed! Why bother Dr Oz?
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