all, he was considered the and very hands on. inside the practice, office manager george said dr. fata went to great lengths to ensure everything was done his way. >> he had cameras and microphones in the ceiling and walls. to ensure people were in the right place and saying the right things. >> wait a minute. a lot of businesses have cameras. for security purposes so you don't steal stuff. you are saying in this practice there were cameras to keep an eye on what people were doing? >> yes. >> did you find that unusual? >> well, i did find it unusual. but myself and a lot of others just thought it was something that he required because he was the kind of person that was very controlling. >> it was under the direction of dr. fata that monica was given her first dose of chemotherapy a nurse delivered the cocktail of chemo drugs and sent her home to rest. how did you feel afterwards? >> i was sad. i was frustrated. >> when you went home? >> it was really emotional for steve and i. >> given what she had seep her n her family members go through, monica was bracing herself for the side
listening or recording. the doctor told george dr. fata was giving chemotherapy to a patient who didn't have cancer. >> i didn't believe him, because quite frankly, i knew of all of the other hands that were involved inpatients. >> surely, somebody would have said something. >> somebody should have said something. >> here comes this doctor with a wild story. >> wild story. this is left field stuff. >> you are not buying it. >> i'm not buying it. i thought he was trying to get out of his contract. >> it was a few days later, thinking about all of the comments that other practitioners made over the time that i had been there. >> george has no medical training. unusually aggressive treatment was sometimes a point of conflict in the office. >> nurses said, i don't necessarily agree we should have given this injection or doctors saying, i don't really feel comfortable with the treatment plan that dr. fata has. >> suddenly, all these little conversations come back to mind. >> these conversations come to mind. i started to think maybe, maybe the doctor has something. >> george decided t
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charge was that it was a stacked deck, if you will. he said some things in the state, attacking george w. bush he did not like getting booed. that was a way for him to turn it around. he did a fabulous job of taking that incident and then turning it around in a motivating way for his supportete. can't fault them for that. carol: we will take a quick break. from dr. ben carson, who you like being picture perfect. you should want your banking to be too. stop into td bank and we'll help set you up new customers, open a checking and savings account and you can get a polaroid cube+ video camera on the spot. carol: we are waiting to hear from dr. ben carson at any moment. as results continue to come up, nevada has a winner. michael: nikole killion joins us live. nikole: hillary clinton thanked her supporters, telling them that this is your win. hillary clinton: i am so, so of my supporters out there. so may have doubted us, but we never doubted each other. nikole: a last-minute surge by bernie sanders. sanders said he is proud of his campaign and expects to get his solid share of delegates.
. colleen attended george mason university, but they still dated, and then the surprise of their lives. >> when she found out she was pregnant, then she started crying, and she was like really scared, and i just held her, told her everything was going to be all right. >> so clearly i'm guessing this wasn't planned. >> no, was not planned. >> how old were you? >> i was 19 at the time. >> 19. >> uh-huh. >> pretty young to become a dad. >> yeah. >> a lot of guys might have been looking for a way out. not john wyatt. >> you must have been a little scared. not even a little? >> what's to be scared about, it is the most beautiful, precious thing in the world. >> john found an ally in his mom, jerry. >> did you ever think for a second they're too young? >> no, i know he takes his role seriously. i knew how he felt about kids and i knew how he felt about wanting a baby. >> but 19 years old. >> right, it is tough, but he can do it. he can do it. >> john and his mom say they didn't even discuss alternatives. >> abortion is out of the question. i don't believe in that. >> adoption? >> no. >> did
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