Autopsy: The Last Hours Of… on REELZChannel tonight examines Patrick’s Swayze’s death, and asks whether carrying out his own stunts took a toll on his body.
And he looks at the star’s life and whether anything could have been done to help him before he passed away at the age of 57 in 2009 following a battle with cancer.
Dr Hunter says of the medical records: “These along with first-hand testimonies allow me to investigate the reason for his death.
“How did this Hollywood star go from incredibly fit and healthy in 2007 to dying just two years later.”
The episode also highlights how the star would often carry out his own stunts. Dr Hunter says: “The numerous traumatic injuries that he performed while performing his own stunts could have had an impact on his general health, weakening his body and making him more susceptible to injury.
“Patrick’s various symptoms clearly reveal that his health was in jeopardy.”
Dr. Hunter examines the toll cancer took on Patrick Swayze tomorrow on Autopsy at 9ET/PT.
Posted by ReelzChannel on Friday, June 2, 2017
Dr Hunter also talked about the Autopsy episode with Celebrity Page TV. He said: “What we’re going to learn on Autopsy regarding Patrick Swayze is that this was someone who was amazingly fit, full of life — doesn’t appear like anything is going to stop him.
“And, you know, something clearly does. He wastes away in front of our lives. And the question is what’s going on? Could there have been something done earlier on that may have helped him?”
Dr. Hunter tells our friends at Celebrity Page TV what we can expect on Autopsy: Patrick Swayze Saturday at 9ET/PT.
Posted by ReelzChannel on Wednesday, May 31, 2017
Autopsy: The Last Hours Of…Patrick Swayze airs tonight at 9pm ET/PT on REELZChannel.
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