Recently there have been a number of positive stories in the news regarding the development of new treatment, a possible vaccine, and the benefits of plasma in the fight against COVID-19. On Friday we will visit with Dr. Zach Jenkins from Cedarville University who will explain these new developments. He'll share how to be discerning in the medical news we read and how we can best protect ourselves and our families during this pandemic.
When was the last time you admitted that you were wrong? It's hard to admit to not being right, but today's guest says it is healthy to remember those blunders. Brant Hansen says it's good to keep reminding ourselves that we are not as good as we think we are and to stop the spin to stop the self righteousness. It's an interesting conversation on the science of the mind and how knowing the truth about ourselves actually frees us from ourselves to serve God.
Dr. Jenkins completed a postgraduate pharmacy practice residency with Summa Health System, where he focused his training in adult internal medicine and infectious disease. Throughout both his graduate and postgraduate education, Dr. Jenkins was frequently involved in teaching medical and pharmacy students at Northeast Ohio Medical University, which ultimately led him to earn a graduate teaching certification. Dr. Jenkins is an active member of the pharmacy profession, and he currently serves within the leadership of several professional organizations.
Brant Hansen is a nationally syndicated radio host of the Brant Hanson Show and advocate for healing children with correctivle diabilities through CURE International. He recently authored, The Truth About Us; the Very Good News about How very Bad We are.