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Polished Edge: Andrew Jenks of ‘World of Jenks’ on MTV


Polished Edge: Andrew Jenks of ‘World of Jenks’ on MTV


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April 3, 2013
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Q: How did the idea for this series come about?

A: The idea was to give young people going through tough circumstances a voice that would not get a voice as wide as MTV. One issue I was keen on delving into was a young person facing death because there are obviously a lot of 20-year-olds that are going through terminal illness, or something that hard. And it would be tough to relate to that. ... So we did all this research and met with different camps that take in young people over the summer, and we could not really find a young person that I felt really did the trick. And at one point in a meeting, I said, “Why don’t we just Google ‘young person cancer’?” And a blog came up. It was Kaylin, and I was reading the blog, and holy cow, she is able to articulate what she is going through well. (She wrote) “Chemo is sort of like the worst hangover you ever had, only you are going through it every day of your life.” . . .

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