“We’re not going anywhere,” says a defiant Mehmet Oz, best known as TV’s “Dr. Oz.” when he addressed the media firestorm surrounding his show and credibility. Earlier this week, a cadre of physicians accused him of “outrageous conflicts of interest or flawed judgments.”
Today on BOLD, we discuss the controversial intersection where science, medicine and celebrity meet.
Oz fired back at his critics: “You have a right and responsibility to become a world expert on your own body. That’s the best way to make an informed decision about you.”
A passionate mental health advocate and founder of The Flawless Foundation, Janine Francolini is the author of the Huffington Post article, Are We in the Emerald City, Dr. Oz? “Where does the line of medical professional end and TV persona begin?” she asks. Join the conversation at www.getboldtoday.com.