October 14, 2009
Posted: 04:02 PM ET
In 1991, Jaycee Dugard was abducted near her home in South Lake Tahoe, California, and was held in captivity for 18 years. Today, at age 29, her smiling face is on the cover of People magazine on newstands everywhere. We'll talk to the editor of People magazine, which features the story about Jaycee's road to recovery. We'll also talk to the families of two missing girls, whose cases police are investigating in connection to Dugard's alleged abductor Phillip Garrido. Does Jaycee Dugard's story give these families hope?
PLUS: Dr. Mehmet Oz! He'll talk about the health care debate and the special free one-day clinic he's offering tomorrow on his show. And last but not least, it's Arianna Huffington vs. Ben Stein! They'll go head to head on health care reform and what it means for you and your family. You won't want to miss it! That's all tonight at 9ET/6PT.
And we want to hear from you:
Do you think a People magazine cover showing Jaycee Dugard's photo is good for her recovery?
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