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BD Wong is not a doctor, although he played one on TV -- forensic psychiatrist/criminal profiler Dr. George Huang on "Law and Order: SVU." So he's familiar with complicated cases and digging deep for proper diagnoses, both of which play into his role as host of "Something's Killing Me." The HLN original production is a six-part documentary series that examines puzzling diseases and symptoms that result in near-death struggles. Featuring re-enactments, each hourlong episode tells actual stories of how doctors, scientists and, in some cases, federal investigators race against time to discover what or who is killing a patient. Included are interviews with victims, their families and doctors.

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After several patients arrive at the emergency room with strange infections, the CDC Disease Detectives are called to investigate.
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After patients present with similar symptoms, doctors have to act fast if they hope to save lives.
aired 5 days ago
Doctors discover a shocking secret about a young mother dying of cancer.
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Dr. Bill Lidner collapses just hours after returning home from a family trip overseas; his young daughters find him bleeding on the stairs of their Ohio home; they don't know it, but it is the first sign that something is very wrong.
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In Springfield, Mo., 61-year-old musician Mark Staudte dies suddenly, then his 26-year-old son, Shaun, dies five months later; Sarah, 24, falls ill nine months after her brother's death and is hospitalized in critical condition.
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Seven-year-old Kyle Lewis loves summer, then he develops a headache and a high fever, so his parents bring him to the hospital; doctors race to find out what is wrong with Kyle in time to save him.
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On Sept. 29, 1982, seven Chicago-area residents die under mysterious medical circumstances; after police discover the cause of death, a task force is formed to investigate.
aired 6 days ago
A rare genetic disease causes fatal insomnia.
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A difficult-to-diagnose illness causes symptoms that mirror schizophrenia.
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Florida college student Lindsey Meyer and Michigan E.M.T Kevin Nesbit both come down with a painful sore throat. What seems like a symptom of the common cold, soon spirals into a life or death situation.
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Several doctors and CDC authorities spend months trying to figure out what California honeymooners, a surfer in Hawaii and a toddler in Tennessee have in common.
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High school volleyball player Jeanna Giese complains she's fatigued and has numbness in her arm; then, she starts experiencing double-vision and loss of balance, making it clear she is suffering from something far more sinister than a sports injury.
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What really happens when we die? For thousands of years, the dreams and visions of the dying have captivated cultures. But what are they - what causes them? And are they real?
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Paul and Alison Frase were told their child's disorder had no treatment and no cure. Scientists tell them their one hope depends on finding a dog and the right genetic code - they set on a quest to find that one-in-a-million dog.
aired 139 days ago
When several patients die mysteriously, hospital authorities and the police investigate sinister circumstances.
aired 153 days ago
BD Wong is not a doctor, although he played one on TV -- forensic psychiatrist/criminal profiler Dr. George Huang on "Law and Order: SVU." So he's familiar with complicated cases and digging deep for proper diagnoses, both of which play into his role as host of "Something's Killing Me." The HLN original production is a six-part documentary series that examines puzzling diseases and symptoms that result in near-death struggles. Featuring re-enactments, each hourlong episode tells actual stories of how doctors, scientists and, in some cases, federal investigators race against time to discover what or who is killing a patient. Included are interviews with victims, their families and doctors.
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A few days after the death of Dr. Autumn Klein, a doctor checks her chart to help solve the mystery of what killed her.
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Physicians discover a strange, genetic disease that causes progressive neurological deterioration in children.
aired 164 days ago
A doctor investigates whether a rare disease drove a beloved physician to commit a violent murder.

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