The intent of discussing Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia was to help listeners understand that while cancers and other forms of diseases seem scary, there are missions and projects in the works that plan on helping people worldwide, and letting them know that there is hope for the future. During our Info-Hour, we discuss illnesses like CLL, and talk about the symptoms and other related signs so that patients can familiarize themselves with them to ensure their state of health is well and functioning. The sooner a virus or cancer is reported and detected, the sooner doctors can begin to assess how to approach the problem on a case-by-case investigation.
Every day, people around the world become victim to cancerous cells, but with the help of vaccines, people’s immune system could be reprogrammed to attack cancerous cells. With these revolutionary mechanisms, millions of people worldwide would be saved, and people wouldn’t have to live by a clock of life-expectancy so they can live life to the fullest. This project was both informative and joyful because as the radio host, I fulfilled a position of education. Although I may just be one individual, I hope that projects like these continue to help people in need. In the end, the only thing I ever wanted to do was help people, and if this project was able to help at least one person, then I believe I’ve lived up to my dream.