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04:17 min | 3 years ago

"dr. sabrina jackson" Discussed on TSMS Radio

"When she rubs up against you trust and believe she had attention. And we in that moment got to talk about what happens in the body. Why it happened? How did you control yourself? What do you do to calm yourself down? And of course, because I was a single mother. I had been also my brothers and his uncles who would talk to him from a man's perspective. But you gotta have the conversation because it's real life stuff. And it's happening. Definitely. And I feel like nowadays we not now again, it's always been out there. But I feel like the media now exposed so many things that have have never been spoken about. So I feel like now we have to take care of our boys. It's good as a mother that you're very straightforward and explain to him. What those things are what's it is actually going on in his body and how he should take care of himself and be cautious of young girls. Because and that's age, you know, you have to protect your boy from being hurt by girl making a false accusation. I mean, I'm sorry to say that it's completely true. You know, and and and to to you, you know, the mother he's a sweet boy he would never do that. But who knows and at the end of the day, you have to teach them to protect themselves is so interesting to talk about that. Because as we talk about love, and we talk about relationships. I remember when he was about died or ten when am I room prince says, oh, your son, so handsome? I'm sure he's kissed the girl and say oh kiss girl about those so fit that this you even say that to me, but then I was in the car with them just enough, and I said to him I said have you ever kissed the girl, and he said, no, but he started laughing and. He said you didn't ask me for girl? Hit me. So oh has a girl kiss doing. He say. Yeah. And I was mortified I not long are. To key to have the conversations. Even when in your mind is not even a possibility. And another thing that I encourage parents to do especially around this relationship dating I used to do a night out where we called it. We would just have cable talk. So we will go out to a restaurant at any questions that he had. He could ask me any question that any question I have for him. I would ask him. But he was about sixteen seventeen we start doing that. Oh my God. That was so powerful that we still now. He's twenty six I'm fifty three not gonna fall wonderful. Yeah. Yeah. You know, that's that's that's a great relationship to have with with your loved one. And I hope to have such a such a great family oriented relationship like that as well with my children. I want them to ask me anything and without judgment at the end of the day. We brought them to their we can't judge them. Everyone goes through stuff. And I feel that if at some point in your more different you would look at them much more different. Absolutely. I had a great great relationship with my mother, my mother, and I talked about especially when I I think it was the most powerful when I became married and had my first child because there were things that as Mary women after I had a baby I didn't wanna do. No more. I was like I got the baby. I don't wanna be bothered with with. And she help to me with that's normal feel that way your hormones your body's getting back to normal. And now, you have this babe because I was Greg feeding and all of that. So she really helps me with just real life talk real live conversation. And we wanted to have that. That's amazing miss Dr Sabrina Jackson. I you're so full of love I can tell I can tell just in your voice and the way you express yourself. You're so beautiful. I appreciate your time today before we go. I wanna speak a little bit about your YouTube channel. 'cause I know you you publish a lot of videos there and as well. So where can people find your books and support your work?.

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"dr. sabrina jackson" Discussed on TSMS Radio

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03:26 min | 3 years ago

"dr. sabrina jackson" Discussed on TSMS Radio

"Let me let me come back to that relationships have always at some point bit started out of out of young age, you know, back in the Dame. He more were married off at twelve thirteen years old. Okay. I mean, it's not like they had a choice, you know, and all those practices are still established and other places of the world in the United States. We still have a thing where kids are I say kids because mostly kids in middle school are starting to be sexually active out of very eight. You know, and it kinda damages the bridge to love because you're ready, you know, experiencing something that you are, you know, the pending how you were raised if you're raised. You know, in church, you you know, that you kind of wait for that special someone to give your body to and you're supposed to love that your sin. And now we're doing things way way ahead of time before even knowing what love is. Absolutely. And I will say this. There's a big difference between love and lust. And then, you know, I think the problem that we have with our young people is that people aren't really educating them on that feeling that occurs when you first become attracted to someone because when you first become attracted to someone that's called the passion stage and in that stage. There is a chemical cocktail at if you will the happens from the brains that to have released of Oxycontin of door fence dopamine, and that combination makes you a little crazy. It makes you really long could be with the person that makes you eight where you don't hear from them. And. If you're not teaching people what that is how to deal with it easy for someone to get you right into being sexual because all those things hormones are going on in your body, and it's a normal bodily function. But we don't teach people how to deal with it. What is the best way to, you know, this is you've probably heard this question many times. But what is the best way to to get your child or maybe a little cousin or little sister and sit them down and explain that stage in life to them because you know, some people might see it as awkward, but I think people. I do. So I I remember telling my son, and I was always just a real battery fat person. But when he went to middle school, we have moved from California back to Michigan. And so he came to school in the middle of the school year. And so what I told him. It was twelve and I say, he's an athlete. So he's a jock. And I says where do you into that school? Those little girls are going to pow among themselves and decide which one of them is girlfriend. You don't even know hunting. So this she's gonna get on her job to make sure you don't her name. She's gonna do little things. Like see with a holler go. Hey, how you doing? Hey, go this. You've got you know, 'cause they all were uniform there one day she's gonna have her uniform Pat up in the front so that you can like feel a little skin little belly a little belly button or something. And then you go, Okay. okay. This. She's gonna see when the hallway you're out talking to your first, and she's go up against you..

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"dr. sabrina jackson" Discussed on TSMS Radio

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04:17 min | 3 years ago

"dr. sabrina jackson" Discussed on TSMS Radio

"You know, what I mean on social media somewhat of kind of poisonous thing that we all like, you know, it's like a chocolate cake. We know you shouldn't eat all of it. You want it? Right used peso. Could you just wanna eat all of it? And it harms you at the end of the day. You know, you're going to have high blood sugar, you might be diabetic or the near future for eating so much cake. But the thing is that it's not good for us. And sometimes we're sucked in by it and people are posting so many fabulous things on social media that we think that we love and that we need that. We don't in a message with our heads. You know messes with relationship is is so perfect because I do a segment every Tuesday or FOX T news locally here. And today's segment was about so. Social media. And I talk about how social media has even though it uses the word, social it has to not be social face to face anymore. Don't how to intellect face to face. And so I gave tips on how to Jess navigate our relationships face to face because I was at a wedding the other a couple of weeks ago and everybody at my table was on their phones. Nobody was cost to everybody on their phones. And they weren't even the guys. They weren't taking pictures they were under home. Well, if you but they were scrolling through on they were taking pictures. They were just on the phone and nobody was communicating with each other. So you need to really start thinking about what things do we need to do to just connect human to human person to person face to face. And how do you suggest you know, let's say I personally, I'm I'm a freelancer. I do everything. Besides my my media company. I I love to talk the people. I mean, talking to strangers is it's kind of like my forte. You know what I mean? But some other people are not like that some people are, you know, virgin, and they're just a little shy to even say Hello. And and how do you how do you open yourself from that? You know, how do you get out there? The first thing that you have to do with it to have to make the decision that. That's what you wanna do. Because a lot of times it starts with what we think what we think is what we speak in what we speak is what we create. So if we look at our life, and we want if we want something different. We gotta be open to doing something different. So people can tell you what to do. But if you haven't made a decision, you haven't said that yes, I'm gonna try. This is never gonna work for you. So you have to make the decision that you're going to. When you meet someone shake their hand. I remember taking classes about how to shake a head appropriately. I hate shaking hands like little wetland noodle type head shape. Nice firm handshake, then after that make eye contact. You got just make eye contact and smile that opens up sometimes the dialogue the connection with the person. And then you have to initiate conversation and initiating conversation could be something as my dude is the good what you think about this weather. What do you think about this day, or what do you think about just something could get the ball rolling? But after you open up the conversation, then you have to listen in Tinley when I've learned most people don't listen you here. But you don't listen because listening is skill hearing is about function. So you have to make the decision that you're going to listen for what the person is saying that how you're going to engage in that conversation. And then lastly is just big able to engage fun and excitement in your relationships with your friends, and the people that true around because who wants to be around people that all gold rule. That's about things fun things. It's gonna make you smile and just gonna make you laugh things. That's just gonna create that base of joy. Now going back to the over off subject love somewhat. I wanna talk about relationships nowadays relationships are. I mean, not nowadays..

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"dr. sabrina jackson" Discussed on TSMS Radio

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04:19 min | 3 years ago

"dr. sabrina jackson" Discussed on TSMS Radio

"And so they're different types of love. And so the type of love that I have for my son of forty six years. It's totally that the type of love I've have for my man, you know, definitely know, the different types of love and know, how to walk in expect appropriate expectations of that type of love because what I find it, especially with parents, I wrote a book for parents raising males because sometimes single mothers, raise the males. We we get get it all wrong, and we try our son's like he's our man. And that we don't allow him to become a man. So then he's no. Good for no one man because he hasn't strengthened that man muscle. As you will. It's really important to understand what lane that you are in in the type of love that you are expressing. You know, you mentioned that's very important to me right now. I'm raising my first baby. Boy. Okay. And you know, you wanna you wanna smother them love. But you know, they're baby right now. So it's okay. They need a feel that love for you. What? What bonded definitely? And I mean that does that does about God. Right. It does baby's development very well field out motherly and parent bonds. But what does the main mistake that we make as mothers as our child grows up a little more, you know, turning in who. We don't allow them to become men. And so when they get to the age, and I would say it's really right around puberty that they begin to stretch and wanted navigate the world as a young, man. And so we don't allow them to make decisions we don't allow them to have voice allow them to stand up for themselves. And so they may become weak. They always run back, Camara. And you've heard her mom's go, you woman really wants a man to run her house that in order for him to do anything. He has to ask 'cause model. Yeah, we allow the man to stand on his own two feet. So I remember my son when he was seventeen it was the issue with him and his coach and it had my oh my goodness. My blood was balling, and I was getting ready to go up there and tell the coach off and my son just quietly said to me mom, you need to let me handle this. Because if you. Come up here and tell him off or whatever you're gonna go back home. I'm still gonna have to deal with him as my coach so allowed to deal with and so I think that that's a hard place for a lot of mothers to move from being the supervisor the protector the do everything to the just simply supporter. You know? And that's great that you you obviously had a relationship with your son that he could, you know, stand up to him be like mom, let me take care of this. But sometimes parents are overwhelming overprotect yet over every. Yeah. And it scares you. You don't even I I mean, you know, I might tiled hood was somewhat like that very overprotective. And there were certain things that I was even scared to ask my parents just because I was scared the way they would react to it. You know what I mean? Simple as not being able to have sleepovers. I wouldn't even wanna ask my parents have I can go to my friend's house. 'cause I assumed already that the answer was no I already knew the answer was though. So it was like, you know, why even bother having a certain relationship with your parents, more of a friendship or bonds. And when it's kind of more of a like, you said supervisor overprotection and things like that that kinda get you as a teenager. You look at your parents, not the bad guys. But just not your friends. You know what I mean? 'cause they love him with them. They take care of you is they're just not your closest friends. How does one not commit that mistake with their own? You know what I mean? Well, one of the things that I suggest to people is that you need to be an example for your children, especially in the team use of real life. And what I mean by that is that they need to see you beyond just as their parent because you are boarded that appear at your sister..

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"dr. sabrina jackson" Discussed on TSMS Radio

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05:37 min | 3 years ago

"dr. sabrina jackson" Discussed on TSMS Radio

"Topics such as minorities and medicine on collagen fundamentals Dan, the life of a cancer researcher, and really just helping you know, other black and Brown new than strengthen their applications for either medical school or graduate school. Just because you know, we we need more doctors and scientists and researchers we're just so underrepresented. So you know, so far I've spoken at Spelman. In college Morehouse college park land, a university. And actually, I have Georgia state tomorrow so super excited for that. And in the pipeline coming up next. I it's going to be Hampton university them you and Morgan state, so just really just taking this tour everywhere. Trying to hit at least twenty different universities and colleges as my goal, and and just promote wonderful wonderful. Thank you for bringing awareness to cancer research. It's not very something that you find everywhere. You know, there's always people that that that talk about medicine, and you know, and spirit from the center holistic medicine and things like that. But there's not many people speaking about cancer research and how important it is. So I appreciate you taking the time to do that here bringing awareness and again bringing awareness to the lifestyle of someone that has gone through the loss of cancer because that's very important to it's not. Just the cure. But also being there, you know, psychologically like you mentioned earlier. So that's very important that we all open our eyes to that. Because if an adult feeling bad, and you know, and they don't know how to take themselves out of that dump imagine a child going through that I feel very hopeless. So really, I appreciate your time. Sweetheart, I look forward to hearing more about you. If you're ever in south Florida, promoting any of your things will reach out to me. I look forward to meeting you in the future and everyone just stick around. We have Dr Sabrina Jackson coming up. Thank you. Mrs banks take care. Thanks so much for having me. Bye. Bye. So today we have talked to Sabrina Jackson. She's an award-winning speaker. And I mean a lot more than that this whole month. February she's been celebrating twenty eight days of love which is beautiful 'cause February's a month of love. And there's only twenty days in it, unless it's a leap beer, but it's not this year. So she celebrating twenty eight days of love speaking about love. And I mean what else comes with love. Right. I'm it's such an intricate subject. Not all of us are experts. I know arm not. So therefore Sabrina Jackson has definitely made you know, a career out of speaking about love. And I mean, I mean what else is there about love? Let's just have on the show and let us explain, you know, her explain to us what love is all about. And what these twenty eight days of love mean to her. Hi, Dr Sabrina jockey. Welcome so much for me. I am so excited about talking about the twenty eight days of love I get excited when I think about love because love itself is. Feeling that we will have towards a person place or thing. So there are people that love people. But then if we can love things can have our favorite shoes, you can have a favorite meal, but then we offer have a place that has a special affinity to. And we can love that places. Well, so love is just so intense feeling that kit about a person place or thing, you know, it is love is very complicated. But you mentioned, you know, people loving themselves, but also loving things. I feel like now things have changed, you know, and these past decades things very materialistic, Dr Jackson. What do you think? I think I love running just loving people We love is so broad, and let me say this that if we go back in history the Greeks had over thirty three different names for love in our lane. We have one and that's love, but they have a gothi love. They have you rose love. And so they're different types of love. And so the type of love that I have for my son of forty six years. It's totally that the type of love I've have for my man, you know,.

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"dr. sabrina jackson" Discussed on TSMS Radio

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02:10 min | 3 years ago

"dr. sabrina jackson" Discussed on TSMS Radio

"So that's basically what my book is about. It's a it's a simplistic way of these healing my my past in my childhood and seeing my mom go through that. And understanding that you know, whether something like that happens to a loved one of yours, and you're sad. No. That being sad is okay. If it makes you upset, you know, which is some of the emotions that I various as well. No that that that is. Okay. If you know, you don't know how. How to feel? No. That is also. Okay. You know, there's no correct way to cope or grease, and you shouldn't allow anyone to suggest how you should feel about something because that's also unhealthy on especially for young person. You know, whatever comes natural to you. And and how you you feel as though you should grow from the situation, or you know, whatever way makes you feel as though you've gotten the answers you want or okay at this point in your life with what you want. You know, it's it's it's all about that. And a lot of it like I said is just and helping children because as you mentioned earlier, there's there's someone who loses someone to cancer every single day. Unfortunately, that's just what the rights are. So in just helping them to understand that, you know, they're not alone. I understand I've felt that. I was there. This is a book. That's hopefully, you know, relatable to too many of those kids who are who are like me or who are me right now. Definitely, you know, I applaud you for taking all of that once grief into a better future for yourself. Because at one point, of course, it was full of grief. And somehow, someway, you know, you just had a brighter future ahead of you. Right. And you can just by the way that you you speak. Very affirmative. And you your have your very, you know, strong woman, you're headstrong. So I applaud you for that. I ought you for your success and the medical industry and for your future success and writing children's books, I think that's a great step and even for yourself. You know, writing lets you let your mind be free..

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03:47 min | 3 years ago

"dr. sabrina jackson" Discussed on TSMS Radio

"Hundred fifty thousand dollars for the entire year for treatments and visits. So it's really it's it's really all about educating yourself doing your thorough research in just and just going into it with the right reasons, you know, that that willpower that is going to be you know, what what pushes people you have to have that intrinsic motivation. You know? Yeah. You did a bunch of things there. And that that one thing that you said that if you cannot pronounce what's on your food label, you know, I've been hearing that for the past few years now, and it's completely true. We've I have my husband now. And when I first met him, I was an average Cuban girl, and that as you can imagine being Caribbean. We eat everything we eat from pork beef Turkey. I mean, anything anything, you know. And that's how I was raised. And I thought that was a fine way to eat. And when I met my my now husband he had a complete different way of eating. He kind of opened my eyes to everything that that I was eating every day. You know, eating pork every day. Let alone eating all these things with high fructose corn syrup and things like that that you really realize because you're brought up on it. So once you have your eyes open, and you're like, wow. Like, really, and you start tasting things that don't necessarily have all those. Extra poisonous additives. It tastes different you feel better. And it and it's really true. It's just a matter of being disciplined with it. And that's something that is hard to discipline only because it's not acceptable everywhere. And for you to successful in that lifestyle, as as you're you're pretty aware that you have to someone takes those foods along with you. It's not necessary that you can walk into a restaurant and have that healthy meal there waiting for you. So it takes discipline, and it takes research like you said to to be successful in that lifestyle. But it's not impossible. And like you said it's very important for or your body's and for future. All of that being said, we have so much to talk about I wanna kind of geared toward your becoming an author and what fill up inside with wanting to write children's books. Now, what does that all about? Yeah. So it's kinda something that I've always kept in the back of mind that I wanted to do especially since I know like I said what the the way that I feel and through my mind watching my mother, go through all these things, and you know, having no one to fully explain them to me. And I believe a lot of times parents and adults kind of tiptoe around serious matters when it comes to children, and that was definitely the case with me, you know, everything was kept on a on a need to know basis. So I spend a lot of my life confused. Just not really understanding. You know, I could tell anybody. Oh, yes. My mom died from breast cancer. But I couldn't tell you any more than that. I do know any more than that, you know. And and it it left me, you know, scrambling trying to fill in the pieces, and I just remember that that wasn't a good feeling at all. You know? And and I it came to a point where you know, I would kind of isolated myself, and and just feel as though nobody understood like I had nobody to talk to in certain situations. So in knowing all of that and knowing be issues now, you know that are ever so prevalent with with mental health. I mean, that's this has to be Bossard at a at a young age and in learning how to deal with traumatic situations in the motion that can linger or thin from those..

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"dr. sabrina jackson" Discussed on TSMS Radio

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

"dr. sabrina jackson" Discussed on TSMS Radio

"But at the end of the day, you know, if you don't want it for yourself, you're not going to make that change, and it I mean, there's so many different food. Science documentaries. I'll always tell you know, people to watch. And of course, there's the popular what the health that is on that flicks. That a lot of people have streams to understand, you know, really what the food and Drug administration. We know is producing what what's out there junk food, preservative chemicals added sugar and every single thing possible that probably shouldn't even have sugar. You know, I it. It's actually just just really sad. And I think the more people try to educate themselves or really like research for themselves and look into things the the more. They'll actually see, you know, their eyes will be opened like, wow, this is this is in you know, just this. I thought this was only this, and it really wasn't until I started urging my friends and my family to read ingredient labels. You know, read those ingredient labels and look to see what's in there. I mean, if you chances are if it's an ingredient listed that you can't. Bounce? And you're having trouble reading as an adult. It probably shouldn't being your buddy. You know, a lot of a lot of the natural things there. They agreements are going to be those everyday things that you can find in a typical refrigerator or cabinet or spice rack that. How you want to be eating, and, you know, unfortunately in this time it it is expensive. It can be expensive to eat that way. But you know, for me, I just see it as it's a small price to pay. Now versus later on down the line, you know, and my cancer medical bills are one.

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02:06 min | 3 years ago

"dr. sabrina jackson" Discussed on TSMS Radio

"And what I always liked to tell a lot of people. You know, it's it's one of those treatments to where you're exposing these chemicals in, you know, in your body, and it's going in your bloodstream, and they're killing both, you know, it's killing both good and bad cells. So it's killing the things that are helping to fight the cancer. And it's killing those cancer cells simultaneously. That's a lot of times people feel you know, week or nauseous or they're losing weight or they're having a ton of you know, all of these reactions, unpleasant and undesirable reactions. I mean, it's it is what? It is it's it's chemicals, you know, foreign foreign bodies hazardous body's going in the body. What I would tell anyone in like, I tell you know, any of my friends, my family strangers on the street that approach me about it. You know, it's all about taking care of ourselves. Now. I mean, there's so many different things with with lifestyle choices, you can exercise a lot people would be so surprised a how much, you know, walking even one mile a day. How far that goes? I mean eating correctly. There's been so many different studies scientific of Lee proven that. There are certain process leaks, processed foods that have an increased risk of developing cancer. You know, those the tickets aren't made up that's real that's part of the reason why we have cancer research teams, you know, to understand what triggers cancer, what makes it grow. What helps it you know to not grow? What you know factors? Go into preventative f. Arts. So I mean, that's I think every older knowledge that that I gain. I've always said that I'm going to share with people, you know, in a in a legal sense as much as I can. But I mean, definitely in focusing on focusing on taking care of your body now and understanding that a lot of people used to say, you know, cancers and old person's disease, but that's just absolutely not true anymore. I have patients who are unfortunately, you know, battling stage four cancer and they're twenty five and twenty six years old right now. Yeah..

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04:22 min | 3 years ago

"dr. sabrina jackson" Discussed on TSMS Radio

"First off speaking with with us here tonight. And yeah, you do so many things actually, I'm I'm sure you, you know, people Pat on the back all the time you're very special with the time that you take into cancer research. Most importantly, you know, kind of touched a little base, you know, based on your bio of of why the interest of cancer research, and such, but, you know, that's that's probably something that comes from the heart. But what was there? Anything more than that situation that happened in your life that kinda got you really wanting to be into science industry and the research industry. I think for me, I've always loved science, you know. But it was it was mainly that situation. You know, and losing my mom that really just kinda just took my drive, you know, into into a whole 'nother level, it was just one of those situations where I just remember seeing her go through so much. And just, you know, remembering how sad I was how confused I was and not understanding that, you know, the only thing that I could think about was I didn't want another little girl to feel this way. It felt so bad that I didn't want anyone else that has experienced it. So you know from elementary school on up. I just I knew that. I wanted to be a doctor. There was nothing else. You know that I really thought about doing or that I had a passion for doing besides this and being in the industry now that I've always. Wanted seeing the patients that I do have and speaking with their families and having these great relationships with them, it only, you know, further my. Mondesir to to want to, you know, go even further or as far as possible into cancer, research, definitely. And as a young girl, you mentioned lament is that when you found out your mom was diagnosed. Yes, my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer when I was four years old. So I believe I was in about kindergarten, and then she passed away in the middle of my kindergarten year when I was six all while. So then my question is completely invalid, you know. Sometimes when we're a little older, you know, I wanted to know if you had ever even heard of that disease. But obviously at the young age of four years old, you have never even heard of what cancer is. So therefore like you said confused, you're scared. You don't know what it is? And then, you know, it's just something that no one's really prepared for because you know, I'm sure that she went through her chemotherapies and at the end, and then I'm quite through and then others go through their chemotherapy. And they they you know, they they get a couple more years in their life. But it's never forever. So, you know, I know that sometimes research, there's some classified things that can't really be said, you know, publicly, but what is it toward that geared towards the cancer research? And what is it about cancer reach? Research that we we all need to know as society because everyone has a family member or friend of a family member of someone that has cancer. It's that common nowadays. Like, someone has something. I mean, personally, I've I've had my grandparents like God father passed away from pancreatic cancer. And that was very very drastic as well. Because I knew him as a very healthy strong like thick phone, man. And by the time he was done. He was practically a skeleton. It's it was very graphic. You know what I mean? And I personally never really knew what cancer could really do to you into UCF in person. So what about cancer research that we as a community, and as a, you know, as citizens of the US I'd say that we can help besides just the fundraising 'cause there's a lot of all across for that fund cancer research. Absolutely. I would definitely say an understanding. Back before when when my mom was going through, you know, her cancer treatments, chemo, you know, was definitely stream Lee harsh it was it was insanely harsh for the body. And you know, it still is today there are certain chemo therapies that are a little less aggressive than others. But at the end of the day chemotherapy is sidled toxic chemicals going into the body..

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01:52 min | 3 years ago

"dr. sabrina jackson" Discussed on TSMS Radio

"Today segment is less talk business, and a have finds professional athlete banks. And the reason why I say science professionals because this young lady has taken I guess just the whole industry of cancer research in her hands. She comes from a background that unfortunately, her mother caught cancer. And therefore, you know, there's no longer with us, but she took that into the heart, and, you know, decided to learn more about it and see I guess one more brain worker working towards cancer research can't hurt. So young lady has done just that she is a neuroscience major as well, not only is she a finds professional, but now she's also transitioned somewhat into writing and becoming an author. Of children's books. So that is a lot. I mean, and anyone knows medicine takes many many years in school. So that alone plus side hobbies such as writing and children's books, plus being an entrepreneur herself that takes a lot of work, and you know, what we do here at TI semester. Eight and we'd like to shine the light at the in these individuals that are just very special and do very special things for the world without even knowing it, you know, and being someone in part of cancer research that's very important because I mean cancer, it's just something that unfortunately, takes a lot of lives, and or simply a disease that a lot of people have to deal with and there's no necessary recovery from its so with all that being said I'd like to introduce miss actually banks into our show tonight. Hi, how are you? I'm great. How are you? I'm good. Well, thank you for taking your time..

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