Remove apostrophe from search query

Search feature on website throws an error if they put in an apostrophe. How do I clear it out?

$Search = $_GET['SearchString'];
       $query="SELECT * FROM Content WHERE PageContent LIKE '%".$Search."%' OR PageTitle LIKE '%".$Search."%'";
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Chris StanyonWebDevCommented:
Here you go.

$Search = $_GET['SearchString'];
$Search = str_replace("'", "", $Search);

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katleesAuthor Commented:
Perfect - Thanks.
I think it would be more appropriate to add a \ to there string so they can still search for the apostrophe.  And this allows sql to interpret the apostrophe as a character r in the string.

$Search = $_GET['SearchString'];
$Search = str_replace("'", "\'", $Search);

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