Diagnosis: Dead or Alive
Premieres Monday, June 25 at 10 PM ET/PT
This captivating new series explores the medical world's deepest mysteries through the voices of the patients who lived them, but that's not to say they lived through them. From the very first symptoms, to the frantic search for a diagnosis, viewers will be left guessing the outcome of the patient until the very end. Did the patient fully recover? Or is this story being told from beyond the grave? From Bonnie, an adoring mother with a slight tingle that travels from her foot to her right hand...then becomes completely paralyzed on the right side of her body within five days to Shannon, a college student with the flu whose fever spikes to 104 causing her to black out and her doctors discover an unheard of condition. These women and the other patients need a diagnosis for their unusual symptoms but the question is: will this diagnosis be dead or alive? Episodes include:
101: Jamie AND DAVID - Premieres Monday, June 25 @ 10 PM
Jaime is tired and blames her busy schedule until her doctor finds something shocking. David has joint pain and low stamina. He suspects Lyme disease, until he's rushed to ER struggling to breathe.
102: Bonnie AND SHANNON - Premieres Monday, July 2 @ 10 PM
Bonnie feels a tingling in her foot but days later she's unable to control the right side of her body. Shannon thinks she has the flu until her fever spikes to 104 and she blacks out.
103: JORDAN AND TANNIS - Premieres Monday, July 9 at 10 PM
College athlete Jordan is in his prime when he notices he has bleeding gums and bruises that won't heal. Tannis has headaches and high blood pressure that her doctors wrongly chalk up to stress.
104: KURT AND JESSIE- Premieres Monday, July at 10 PM
For no apparent reason, 50-year-old Kurt develops lumps on his body. On the day of her high school graduation, Jessica's cheek goes numb. Months later, she feels dizzy and has trouble standing up.
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