Donna Seebo Show, 08/11/2013
Nearly half of all Americans will be diagnosed with cancer. It has become all too common. This publicaton shifts the terms of our epic battle we are losing for decades. In-depth perspective from both a professional, scientific view and a very personal one as well.
Lochlann Jain is an Associate Professor in Stanford's Anthropology department, where she teaches medical and legal anthropology.
Jain's first book, Injury (Princeton University Press, 2006), analyzed injury as a civil rights issue and product liability law as a place to better understand how Americans value physical health. The book was praised as: “a first-rate work of critique” (American Bar Foundation), “a provocative, sophisticated, and ambitious analysis” (Law & Politics Book Review), and “an impressive feat of interdisciplinary scholarship” (American Anthropologist).
Trained as an interdisciplinary scholar, Jain has used literature in oncology, law, history, and literature, as well as anthropology and memoir to analyze and explain how cancer has become definitive of life in the United States.
Jain is the recipient of numerous prizes and fellowships, including grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Science Foundation, the National Center for the Humanities, the Stanford Humanities Center, and the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford.
Donna Seebo is an international mental practitioner, psychic, award winning author, teacher, counselor, minister, speaker and radio/television personality.
As a talk show host Donna really excels. Guests on her programs include CEO's of Fortune 500 companies to working mothers. Her interviews embody a golden voice that shines with passion, purpose, sincerity and humor. She is one of the few media hosts in the country who actually read the material authors submit before booking them on the air.
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