TV’s “The Doctors” talk H1N1 flu with CNN’s Sanjay Gupta

On Wednesday, October 28, CNN’s chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta joins former Bachelor Dr. Travis Stork and the rest of the crew on TV’s syndicated The Doctors to separate the facts from fiction about the H1N1 virus and vaccination.

“This is an example of when doctors are the worst patients — I thought it was anything but H1N1 when I first got sick,” explains Dr. Gupta, who says he was shocked to learn that he contracted the swine flu while on assignment in Afghanistan.

Dr. Gupta and The Doctors doctors also discuss why kids should be a priority when it comes to the vaccination: “There are healthy kids getting infected and dying from H1N1,” reveals Dr. Gupta.

In addition to discussing the swine flu, Dr. Gupta will talk about his new book, “Cheating Death: The Doctors and Medical Miracles that Are Saving Lives Against All Odds,” and join The Doctors in explaining what goes on inside the body during the moment of death — and the cutting edge new procedures that doctors can do to prolong life as soon as a patient flatlines.

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