Today Dr. Oz spoke with real life “miracle” survivors who have overcame life threatening and/or debilitating conditions such as acute myocarditis, rabies (without a vaccine), and paralysis. Most of us have known friends and loved ones who have been diagnosed with a condition where there seems to be little hope. Dr. Oz spoke with those who have recovered who offered their testimonies about how miracles truly do happen and that sometimes there is hope, when the outlook seems so grim.
A Book Of Miracles
Dr. Oz shared the “Book of Miracles” which was inspired by real medical events witnessed by physicians that were seemingly could not be explained. Extraordinary cures, and unimaginable disasters that will leave you shaking your head in wonderment about how these people could possibly have survived. They share their testimonies about their miraculous recoveries, stories that are hard to believe but are entirely true. The “Book of Miracles” shares testimonies about how they survived and personal triumphs of the heart and spirit.
The Book of Miracles not only provides a glimpse into the mind and soul of those who have survived their condition, but also the doctors who witnessed these miracles that defy science. It helps to remind us that their is hope even in the darkest of hours. It inspires and shares optimism when it’s hard to find a reason to feel optimistic.
How To Find Stories of Today’s Miracles Stories on Dr Oz
Did you miss today’s show on real life miracles? You can still view excerpts and videos from the official doctor oz site. Here are links to personal miracle survivor stories from today’s (September 4, 2017) episode :
Michael’s Self Healing Heart – Michael suffered from acute myocarditis, a condition where the heart becomes inflamed and can no longer pump for itself.
Jaquie Goncher was paralyzed from the neck down. The doctors did not think that she would ever walk again. Not only did she walk again, but she danced at her own wedding. She then walks onto on to the stage to speak with Dr. Oz about her miraculous recovery.
First person to survive rabies without a vaccine – Meet Jeanna. She was bit by bat that caused rabies. The bat carried the rabies virus which is almost always deadly without inoculation.
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