On the Oz show, Sheen reveals he went off his HIV medications—and even Oz was skeptical of the process
Charlie Sheen told Dr. Oz that he was sober for 11 years prior to his HIV diagnosis, in an interview that aired Tuesday afternoon — but could he be… READ ON
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In today’s episode of Dr. Oz, a show about fake medicine, Charlie Sheen sat down with the once-esteemed physician to talk about going off his HIV medication in order to seek alternative treatment in Mexico. Read more...
Just when Charlie Sheen had convinced people he had changed into a responsible adult, he goes off his HIV medication and now has a detectable viral load. Sheen went on the Dr. Oz show and revealed that he wasn’t feeling very well, as his numbers had gone back up because he went off his medication.... Show More Summary
Remember that big announcement Charlie Sheen promised he was going to make on Dr. Oz's talk show? Well, here it is! On Tuesday, the actor revealed that he had temporarily stopped taking his HIV medication! It turns out that the 50-year-old had ditched his traditional medicine in the hopes of being cured south of the border! Related: [...]
Charlie Sheen said that he went off his HIV meds in an interview on The Dr. Oz Show, but his manager says he is back on the medication. The 50-year-old actor’s appearance aired on Tuesday (January 12), but the taping took place on December 8. Charlie revealed that he was off his meds for a [...]
Charlie Sheen revealed that he's discontinued his HIV drug regimen during a pre-taped interview on The Dr. Oz Showon Tuesday, People reports. "I've been off my meds for a week now," Sheen said in the interview. "Am I risking my life? Sure. So what? I was born dead. That part of it doesn't phase me at... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Charlie Sheen The Dr. Oz Show
As you've probably heard, Charlie Sheen revealed that he's HIV positive in an interview with NBC's Matt Lauer back in November. In the weeks that followed, Sheen claimed to have sworn off booze and drugs, and insisted that he was following...Show More Summary
Actor Charlie Sheen, who went on NBC's "Today" show last November to confirm rumors that he was HIV-positive, now claims he is no longer taking his HIV medications and is seeking alernative treatment in Mexico, People magazine is reporting. According to People, the actor announced on "The Dr. Show More Summary
HIV-positive Charlie Sheen dropped the bombshell on The Dr. Oz Show that after three years the virus that causes AIDS has gone from undetectable to detectable in his system. “I’m… READ ON
Charlie Sheen claims to Dr. Oz that he's currently off his HIV medication, and as a result his levels of the virus have gone up. When Sheen first made the announcement that he's HIV-positive in November, his doctor said his levels of...Show More Summary
People magazine reports that Charlie Sheen has revealed he's no longer taking his HIV medication. " I'm been off my meds for about a week now," Sheen said in a pre-taped segment for "The Dr. Oz Show" airing today, according to People. The actor is reportedly off his meds in order to seek alternative treatment from a physician who Dr. Show More Summary
Actor Charlie Sheen has experienced a setback in his fight against HIV.
Charlie Sheen says he'll dedicate the rest of his life to finding a cure for HIV in a new Dr. Oz special set to air throughout this week.
Charlie Sheen has admitted to Dr Oz that he was clean and sober before he was diagnosed with HIV, Gossip Cop reports. Sheen appeared on the Dr Oz show and disclosed that he started getting back into drugs and alcohol after he was diagnosed. Show More Summary
Since his bombshell battle with HIV was revealed back in November, Charlie Sheen has vowed to dedicate the remainder of his life to finding a cure for the disease. The… READ ON
Charlie Sheen Says He’s Amazed That He Is Alive Charlie Sheen has been laying somewhat low since he revealed that he is HIV positive. However, he just hopped back on the scene to address his new lifestyle on The
The actor, 50, discussed his fight against HIV on Monday's episode of "The Dr. Oz Show," stating that he’s dedicating his life to eradicating the disease that can lead to AIDS.
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