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He was born in Ohio home to tenacious American writers Langston Hughes and Harlan Ellison, authors responsible for weaving together much of Midwestern America’s cultural fabric during the early twenty-first century. 
 
It was this fabric, that spoke paradoxically of disillusionment and promise, that provided the curtains that would set the stage for successful second-generation immigrants such as Dr. Oz himself or one might call it the safety net to catch those who might fall in their pursuit of success, as some have accused Mehmet of doing.
 
This is the biography of Dr. Oz, medical professional and medical tv talk show host.

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