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Uploaded on Nov 11, 2010

Synopsis

Brianna Pearson is diagnose with diabetes. (Valerie Martin) plays a stubborn diabetes patient who doesn't understand the importance of taking her insulin medication. What makes it worst is husband Mathew Pearson (Kederick Grant) makes a difficult decision in re-entering the army and has to leave his wife behind, while mother, Sandra Pearson (Senay Jackson) enlightens Brianna on the magnitude of her situation. Today's Tomorrow is Forgotten is an epic film that highlights the significant of diabetes as well as give you an incentive on living healthy. It's one entertaining performance you'll never forget.

Director: Jerome Hyde
Executive Producer/Producer: Robert Gilkes
Director of Photography: Howard Ross
Key Grip: Mike Wells
Visual Effects Supervisor: Jerome Hyde
Editor: Jerome Hyde
Location Manager: Jasmine Russell
Casting Director: Jasmine Russell
Audio Technician: Nasheed Sabree
Sequence Title: Melissa Fennel

Starring
Valerie Martin
Kederick Grant
Senay Jackson

Inspired by the death epidemic of diabetes, this film was made to show the importance how powerful diabetes can control your life once have it.

Diabetes is a group of diseases marked by high levels of blood glucose resulting from defects in insulin production, insulin action, or both. Diabetes can lead to serious complications and premature death, but people with diabetes can take steps to control the disease and lower the risk of complications.

Checklist
• Exercise daily (30minutes a day)
• Check blood level
• Eat healthy (check your local doctor)

Today's Tomorrow is Forgotten is written for the screen, produced and directed by Jerome Hyde.

"Party hard, but work harder" -- Jerome Hyde

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