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Dr. Shenin Sachedina D.O.,FACOS — Kenya 2015 Education Mission


Our Character Chemo Commando & the "Metu and Lee Told Me" Song - Peasall Sisters (Sarah,Hannah and Leah)- Vocalists

Dr. Shenin Sachedina, D.O., FACOS is the author of Metu And Lee Learn About Breast Cancer 

You may be thinking, “Why do children need to learn about breast cancer?” Well, that’s because this disease can strike women at any age, including in their forties, thirties, and even twenties. Women in this age group have young children whose lives are strongly impacted by this disease. Furthermore, studies show that kids may actually suffer clinical depression and other emotional problems when a mother is diagnosed with breast cancer. 

This song was contributed by Jack Kapanka who was born blind, gained sight in his right eye when he was two. Still blind in the left. Started off as a stuntman and jumped into the music business working as the Publishing Coordinator for the Back Street Boys, NSYNC and several other “Pop” groups. Was the music supervisor for ABC/ MTV’s Making The Band. Created and hosted Writers On The Road for XM Radio Channel 171. He is currently developing a TV show based on songwriting. He wrote the theme songs for national and international Philanthropic Organizations including: 

The Special Olympics World Games – A Champion
Kairos Christian Prison Ministry International – My Kairos The Health Care Center for the Homeless – Not Alone
Freedom Ride Therapeutic Horseback Association – Freedom Ride Veterans – What They Gave To Me #6 All time best trucking song XM radio – America Moves By Truck Theme song for the movie Stroke Of Genius – Play It As It Lies Angel In My Arms – Approaching a half million views on youtube
She’s Got My Heart – #34 Music Row Charts
He has been fortunate to write with several of Nashville’s best including: Larry Boone, Paul Nelson, Charlie Craig, Shane Teeters, Tony Marty, Rebecca Lynn Howard, Ilya Toshinskiy, Keith Follese, Rachel Thibodeau and many more…

Michael Leslie Winslow

American actor, comedian and beatboxer billed as The Man of 10,000 Sound Effects for his ability to make realistic sounds using only his voice. He is best known for his roles in all seven Police Academy films as Larvell Jones promotes the Metu and Lee message as an ongoing contributor to the project.