☆☆☆Saving The Youth Stars Spot Light Of The Week☆☆☆
Shout Out To this Young King Tony Hansberry Jr! He was a child prodigy of the medical field. At 14 years old, Hansberry developed a new suture method for hysterectomy patients. Because of Hansberry, patients now have decreased hospital stays and more efficient surgeries. His breakthrough was fueled by his loss at his eighth grade science fair at Darnell Cookman School of Medical Arts. The school has been described as the first medical magnet school in the country.
Hansberry’s research began during his internship at the University of Florida ‘s Center for Simulation Education and Safety Research in Jacksonville, Florida.
In 2012 this young King was 18, and nicknamed “The next Charles Drew” and a freshman bio-medical engineering student at Florida A&M University. The Tallahassee native served as senator of his freshman class and is a chemistry major. He’s followed his father’s footsteps by enrolling at FAMU and his mother’s – who is a registered nurse.
WE have some YOUTH STARS accomplishing some major things at such a young age! These bright stars are truly an inspiration to me!!!! 13 L♡ve to ALL THE YOUTH STARS IN THIS REALM!!!
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