The Impact of Celebrity Health Stories

Health stories are a part of the daily news flow. But the ones that often get people talking are when a celebrity brings a health issue to light. 

Deborah Norville has seen her fair share of those stories during her decades-long tenure at "Inside Edition." From Ronald Reagan's poignant letter acknowledging that he was suffering from Alzheimer's disease to Angelina Jolie's recent admission of undergoing a double mastectomy to lessen her chances of breast cancer, Norville says "we've seen a real watershed change" in the way the public sees those diseases. In her talk with Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, Chief Medical Officer at Pfizer, Norville discusses how big-name health stories are now ingrained in our culture, and also what stories she hopes to tell in the future.