The Lifeline
A three-part series following wounded soldiers being medically treated in Iraq, a lifesaving process unmatched in past wars.
Unfractured Dreams
Life from the perspective of an inspirationally candid grad student who happens to be wheelchair-bound.
It Ain't Television - It's Brain Surgery
Ray Farkas whimsically turns the camera on himself during brain surgery for Parkinson's disease, and narrates his own operation.
Filmmaker in Residence
The inner workings of health-care programs at a Canadian urban hospital, as portrayed by a filmmaker-in-residence.
The Last Goodbye
In this powerful story of assisted suicide, a doctor explains his decision to travel to Switzerland to legally end his life with dignity.
The Boy in the Moon
Parents tell the story of struggling to care for, and trying to understand, their children who suffer from a rare and complex genetic disorder, CFC.
Black Market
Strong beliefs in obscure Chinese medicine fuel the development of wildlife trade, the world’s third largest illegal trade behind guns and drugs.
Africa's AIDS Orphans
A profile of two South African couples who opened their hearts and stretched their resources to give AIDS orphans a family.
The Sandwich Generation
See the challenges faced by an estimated 20 million Americans who have to take care of aging relatives.