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After chemotherapy, a major surgery and six months of radiation, Jodi is healthy once again. "Because of you, Dr. Oz and Oprah, I had the courage to face my fears, and I'm now cancer-free," she says. "From my kids, my husband and me, thank you from the bottom of our hearts."

Dr. Oz says he got goose bumps when he heard Jodi's story. "That's why I love doing the show, because you have an opportunity to share things with people that you really care about. What you did, which is the most important thing of all, is you became the world expert on your body. You took charge," Dr. Oz says. "That's the big message for America. That's what all these shows come back to—how you [can] take charge of your own destiny."
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FROM: Dr. Oz Investigates the Man Who Turned Blue
Published on March 14, 2008

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