Based on Dr. Lisa Sanders' hugely popular column in The New York Times Magazine, Diagnosis follows a variety of patients on their respective journeys toward finding a diagnosis, and potentially a cure, for the mysterious illnesses they're living with. By combining the power of global crowdsourcing, social media, and established medical expertise, each case is untangled with illuminating new insights that had previously eluded doctors.
Six-year-old Kamiyah suddenly and briefly go limp dozens -- sometimes hundreds -- of times a day. Now the search is on to find others like her.
Day by day, Willie, 46, loses pieces of himself. He has memory loss, seizures, mood sings, a brain lesion -- but no diagnosis. Can the crowd help?Watch Now:iTunes
The parents of bright and charming, Sadie, 7, seek alternatives to the devastating brain procedure doctors propose to treat her frequent seizures.Watch Now:Amazon
Two very different people are desperate for a diagnosis to their unexplained paralysis: textbook "good patient" Joe, 61, and more skeptical Ann, 44.Watch Now:Amazon
Matt, 20, experiences fainting spells that stop his heart, each one preceded by a sense of déjà vu. But is the issue with his heart -- or his head?Watch Now:iTunes
Lashay, 17, can't hold anything down that she eats or drinks. But negative interactions with previous doctors leave her family leery of the crowd's advice.Watch Now:Amazon