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Jackson's health 'over-exaggerated?'

Dr. A.J. Farshchian, Michael Jackson's friend and confidante, talks to HLN's Dr. Drew about Jackson's health.

Dr. Drew exclusive: Cosmetic doc says he also used propofol on MJ

Conrad Murray apparently wasn't the only doctor to give pop star Michael Jackson propofol.

On Thursday night, Dr. Drew spoke exclusively with Dr. Patrick Treacy, who said he gave Jackson the powerful anesthetic on two different occasions.

Wednesday's Poll Question

Dr. Drew, Dr. Sanjay Gupta talk propofol

Dr. Drew told CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta Tuesday night that he has personally never seen propofol outside of a hospital.

“I have never [seen that either], Dr. Gupta added. When I first heard propofol had been used in his [Michael Jakcon's] home, I actually didn't believe it. I thought maybe somehow that story had gotten wrong somewhere along the way."

Nancy Grace tells Dr. Drew, 'Murray is undercharged'

Dr. Drew welcomed Nancy Grace to his show Wednesday night and it wasn’t long before the feisty former prosecutor weighed in on the day’s stunning testimony in the Michael Jackson death trial.

Dr. Conrad Murray is charged with the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson, but right off the top, Nancy told Drew how she believes that Dr. Murray is being undercharged.

Jackson fan: 'We are distraught'

Dr. Drew speaks with a Michael Jackson fan who stayed outside the courthouse during the Jackson death trial.

Dr. Drew: Murray should have turned away

On Tuesday night, Judge Larry Seidlin, the man who presided over the Anna Nicole Smith custody case, said Dr. Drew was the face of the Dr. Conrad Murray trial because Drew is an addiction specialist.

“Wouldn't you have difficulty if someone said to you they would have to give you a million a month?” Seidlin asked.

Tuesday's Poll Question

Dr. Drew disputes Murray defense claim

HLN’s Dr. Drew said Tuesday night that one of his jobs as a physician is to make sense of the Michael Jackson death trial for his viewers.

When he heard the defense make the argument that the combination of lorazepam and propofol created a lethal "perfect storm,” Drew quickly noted that this assertion was “simply false.”

Dr. Drew weighs in on MJ death trial

By: Dr. Drew Pinsky

A jury is now seated in the Michael Jackson death trial. They will decide whether Conrad Murray is guilty of involuntary manslaughter. He's accused of administering a fatal dose of a surgical anesthetic to Michael Jackson.