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This interview occurred on January 9th, 2020, in Flint, Michigan. Ja Karra Nelson (16, Sophomore in high school) will be interviewing her father Greg Nelson (63, single parent) about several different topics. In the beginning they discussed how life was...
My mother, Celica Salgado, details her life experiences from childhood to adulthood to share how she kept pushing forward through anything that blocks her way to her and her families future.
Helen had surgery and refused to leave the hospital before Christmas. Here the story of the Christmas candelabra received in 1964.
My cousin, Alysse, was just a sophomore in high school when she found out she had to get a knee replacement. After doing gymnastics for 16 years she had to transition to pole vaulting.
This interview contains content on a personal family experience that has changed many outlooks on life
I interviewed my friend Brennan about surgery he went through a couple of years ago and how it impacted his life. He answer different questions that I asked him about the surgery and after the surgery.
Lucy McGuffie (37) sat down with Patrice Morris Ball (61) and talked about the importance of organ donation–in particular, living donation.
This interview is about how my father life went. Going from his childhood to his profession.
In this interview, you’ll hear me speaking to my hundred year old great uncle, Tony Leto! Being that he is one hundred years of age, you’ll have to forgive him for missing a few details. Some things that he realized...
Learning about my mother’s life, her experiences and how she was shaped as a human through them.
My uncle and I talk about his life, the military, college, and what’s like to be be a surgeon.
Dr. Hayden is a retired surgeon, pilot and granddaddy!
My sister talks about her hip replacement she recieved at a young age.
Our conversation was about my surgery when I was 17. I had a tumor that almost killed me and I wanted to know how it has affected her.
Lisa McKenzie tells her story about having a daughter who went through multiple open heart surgieries.