OST Full Show: Breast Cancer, Create Your Dreams, Drought & Fall Heat

Oct 16, 2019

New data from the American Cancer Society show breast cancer as the number one form of cancer-related death for African American women in Georgia. Principal scientist from the American Caner Society, Carol Desantis, and director of cancer health equity at Morehouse School of Medicine, Dr. Brian Rivers, delve into the reality behind the numbers.


Create Your Dreams has been mentoring Atlanta youth for 25 years.  Learn how this after-school program provides long-term support to help kids reach their potential from Executive Director, Kim Dennis, and CYD student, Tykeria Tisinger.

Farmers in Georgia have been impacted by a multitude of events in the last few years: hurricanes, stalled aid, trade policy and, on top of that, drought. Hear from Vidalia onion farmer, Aries Haygood, on the nuances affecting agriculture in Georgia.

Meteorologist Greg Postel reports on Georgia’s ongoing draught and fall heat. He joins On Second Thought to share approximately how much longer this weather will last.

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