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The Best Medicine

With Dr. Ken Miller

An owner’s guide to good health.

New documentaries coming soon!

In The Best Medicine for Breast Cancer we follow the stories of women whose lives changed after a mammogram or breast exam lead to the diagnosis of breast cancer. Breast cancer is a disease where women make choices regarding their care and we explore these options about mammography, surgery, and then chemotherapy which is fortunately becoming more focused and targeted for individual women. Along the way we uncover pioneering breakthroughs in our understanding and treatment of breast cancer and explore the latest developments to detect and treat this disease. Listen to our latest program and learn more >>> 

The Best Medicine: Heart Disease

The Best Medicine stories are rooted firmly in science and acknowledges the impact that relationships and the environment have on our well-being. They are intimate portraits of how ordinary people and their families navigate illness and the often bumpy path back to good health. We share their frank insights, and those of physicians and researchers developing cutting-edge treatments, ​to present a nuanced look at healthcare today.

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Gut Reactions: 

What Becomes of the Food We Eat

Special thanks to the Aetna Foundation

​In this one hour special, The Best Medicine for Heart Disease follows the stories of people battling the biggest health threat known to man — cardiovascular disease.

Every 60 seconds someone in the US dies from heart disease. It's the number one cause of death here, killing more people each year than all forms of cancer combined. On this episode we take you inside the labs, treatment facilities, and homes of those closest to the disease. We’ll dispel common myths, discuss little known causes and check out the latest developments to help prevent and possibly even reverse the disease. Learn more >>>

Breast Cancer: Choices for Doctors/Choices for Patients

Second Opinions:

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly