17 Burst results for "Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia"

"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:00 min | Last month

"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Wow. See Mac Caffrey, not playing. We'll get to that. We get to the Ravens and steal their rivalry. And just how challenging it is to sustain a robbery these days, Given the incredible player movement boutique. I just want to step aside for a moment from sports. And I got a text matches the other day from Ah, A really dear friend of ours. Okay. His wife at my buddy Pete. His wife, Jessica sent me a message The other day They were phase Great. Great family Living love on Connecticut. And it just really touched me. It's a no brainer to do what I'm about to do, but it really touched me, especially the dead. They're they're good friends. They got some really, really rough news recently. As a matter of fact, as I say this The young boy that I'm talking about. His name is Brandon is well, he's actually in his hospital bed lying in a bed right now, and he's listening to us on his iPad is 10 years old and he's in the fifth grade, and he was recently diagnosed with with all leukemia, which Ah, there's an acronym for acute lymphoblastic leukemia and his dad, Jeff and his mom, Susan. He's got an older brother Nikas. Well, his sister, Maddie. You can only imagine what they're less names. The D'Andrea family can only imagine what they're going through and you know he is about to go through some tough stuff, and I know that he's listening right now, and he's probably scared. I know he's got a great support system. You know, his with his parents and his And his siblings, But they are huge. Teak interior fans on DH. Yeah. When Jessica reached out to me, I said, Of course, you kidding me and Brandon, I'll take it a step further for you, pal. When the treatment is done, and we're out of a post pandemic, Okay, Antique and I are back in the studios. You come down to the studio with your entire family. Bring your mom bring your dad bring assisted. Bring your older brother. Even though you're patriots fan, I'm going to let this one slide there, buddy. You come see us. You come hang out with us. And not only do you get a chance to see the studio and meet me and me. Tiki will put you on the air a zoo away to culminate you being victorious in what's definitely to be itself battle, but I just want to keep your spirits up power praying for you were thinking of you and God bless and just just fight like the little champ. Your man. I wanted you to hear that from us. You know, you know that's that's blessing, sending all our deepest thoughts and blessings and prayers as well. And you know, Brandon. Unfortunately, my wife is a Patriots fan, even though she might be less with Patriots fan now because Tom Brady left, I was the only reason she was a patriot going thinks I think he's still kind of like the Patriot's a little bit. But you being a Patriots fan, you know that They've had a lot of success in their life in their in their careers, and it hasn't been easy. It's always been about fighting through the adversity and that's what you're gonna have to go through. But you know what's on the other side is his victory and we'll be waiting for you and cheering you on from afar. And hopefully I'll get to see you soon. Yeah, I'd love a young man. That's awesome. Good job on that teak. And you know, I would even take it a step further when you guys come to our studio when you when you kick cancer's behind. I've even loved to go to dinner with you could find out just how I heard you're really good sports fan, buddy. And I like Tio. You know, my little guy challenges me with what he knows you're twice his age. I could only imagine what you know. So I'm up for the challenge. I know that you're up for the challenge. God bless, Keep fighting, keep smiling and taking internally. The entire crew is rooting for you, pal. So I just wanted you to hear that. So God bless buddy. All right. Ik u no rivalry like when you were playing. He play against the same He seemingly same player and the same player. I mean the same plate like The rust er, you know, disruption was so few and far between its very different nowadays and listen, we can sit here and romanticize. Well, when we were younger. It was great. You know what? I actually don't think that it was a little bit better back then in regards to that, because when you when you chase the same thing And the yearly impediments that were in front of you with the same people. Yes, it led to a more vicious, more visceral, more ferocious rivalry, but somehow The Steelers in the raven. Still kind of captured that. Yeah. No, you're right now. I mean, I'm I grew up a Washington fan, obviously, And when I came to New York I became a Giants fan, obviously, because the bills will be paid by the mirrors and the dishes, But the rival was always the Cowboys. It didn't matter where my where my loyalty lied with Washington or with the New York Giants, And so I hated the Cowboys. And then I remember when I came to New York. It was like, dude, these guys that I hate it. They were still on the team that was still playing played. It gets them and some of them. I've come to respect over the years, including him at Smith, who's a friend of the show has been on a few times and I did it. I did a show for him about a week ago, one of his new endeavors that he has going on, But I remember it was a rivalry because there was like this intimate knowledge of of the opponent..

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"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:02 min | 4 months ago

"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"World. You know, he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, and it just rips your heart out. You feel completely helpless. But when you come to see chewed, that is a whole another level of care. You have cutting edge scientific research here. Doctors at the top of their game, and there's nothing but love and everything that they do. I asked my wife What is this gonna cost us and then waited a little bit of research. And then we realized that no family ever receives a Bill ST. Jude covers the cost of everything so that we could focus on our family, See Judy of our family the chance to be together. They saved our son's life, and we did not pay a cent. And that wouldn't have been possible without ST Jude. Finding cures. Saving Children learn more at ST Jude dot or thought of my son's growing up without me, inspired me to quit smoking. I talked to my doctors, and then I threw away all my cigarettes, ashtrays and lighters. I started exercising instead of smoking. Getting support from friends online kept me on track, Staying away from alcohol. When I was first quitting was key. Instead of smoking. After I ate, I'd get up and take a walk. I missed having a cigarette in my hand. So I hold a pen are strong anything And so I knew I wouldn't give in to temptation. I spent more time with my friends who didn't smoke. I went to places that were smoke free. I didn't stay quit the very first time I tried. I kept on trying and I learned something each time I do whatever it takes, no matter how many times it takes, I quit. I quit. I quit way did it So can you? You can't quit for free Help Call 1 800 Quit now. A message from the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services and CDC. Following is made possible by Dad. Why was the basketball court always because the players kept dribbling all over it. The dad joke. Corning groan.

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"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:33 min | 6 months ago

"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"It's working better in this fight with black you know with the with the black lives matter leadership not the membership it's different so much more to get you to come back I got to share this with you real quick we get some of your calls at eight hundred two eight two two eight two I promise you you will not believe what's your government has done now for for the people who have seized a police station you will not believe it's we'll get to that as we continue to totter minute for Rush Limbaugh the EIB network you're listening to the EIB network in January of twenty seventeen I was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and within twenty four hours of that diagnosis we found ourselves here in Memphis it's a G. they knew what they were doing they knew how they were gonna trader they laid out this elaborate plan we didn't know what the future was or if there even was a feature St Jude there was not only the survival rate was four percent four percent and we do the work in research the same G. dollars now ninety four percent you know how they can don is through donations the people getting behind this mission the no child dies in the dawn of life St Jude children's research hospital finding cures saving children learn.

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"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:43 min | 7 months ago

"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Is the whole world he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and it just rips your heart out you feel completely helpless but when you come to Saint Jude that is a whole nother level of care you have cutting edge scientific research here doctors at the top of their game and there's nothing but love and everything that they do has my wife what is this going to cost and then we did a little bit of research and we realize that no family ever receives a bill St Jude covers the cost of everything so that we could focus on her family he gave our family the chance to be together the same person's life and we did not pay a cent and that wouldn't have been possible without finding cures saving children learn more at Saint Jude Donal thought of my sons growing up without me inspired me to quit smoking I talked to my doctors and then I threw away all my cigarettes ashtrays and lighters I started exercising instead of smoking getting support from friends online kept me on track stay away from alcohol when I was first quitting whiskey instead of smoking after eight I get up and take a walk to having a cigarette in my hand so I hold a ten strong anything until I knew I wouldn't give into temptation I spent more time with my friends who didn't I went to places that were smoke free I didn't stay quit the very first time I tried I kept on trying and I learn something each time do whatever it takes no matter how many times it takes I quit I quit I quit we did it so can.

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"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:33 min | 8 months ago

"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"S. tax shield eight hundred four six X. ninety six twenty five for ninety five years so it feels free hit the road to deliver the goods key businesses and communities moving this uncertain time we will stop going that extra mile because at the end of the day all this together in a long DL three driving stability safety support strings visits dot com that's S. A. I. L. dot com as a parent your life is your child he's just is the whole world he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and it's just rips your heart out you feel completely helpless but when you come to Saint Jude that is a whole nother level of care you have cutting edge scientific research here doctors at the top of their game and there's nothing but love and everything that they do has my wife's purse is going to cost us and then we did a little bit of research and we realize that no family ever receives a bill St Jude covers the cost of everything so that we could focus on her family scenes you need our family the chance to be together they saved our son's life and we did not pay a cent and that wouldn't have been possible without finding cures saving children learn more at Saint Jude dot org.

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"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

05:17 min | 8 months ago

"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Child with Luke he says he's the whole world to know he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and it just rips your heart out you feel completely helpless but when you come to Saint Jude that is a whole nother level of care you have the cutting edge of scientific research here doctors at the top of their game and there's nothing but love and everything that they do has my wife's purse is going to cost us and then we did a little bit of research and we realize that no family ever receives a bill St Jude covers the cost of everything so that we could focus on her family St Jude gave our family the chance to be together they saved our son's life and we did not pay a cent and that wouldn't have been possible without Saint Jude finding cures saving children learn more at Saint Jude dot org one thirty eight a grim assessment from the president I want every American to be prepared for the hard days that lie ahead we're going to go to a very tough two weeks White House projects that between a hundred and two hundred forty thousand Americans will die from this virus and even with majors like social distancing Dr Anthony Fauci says a rising toll will not mean the country is losing the war against this disease deaths always lag so you will be seeing deaths at a time when as an epidemic with doing really really well because the deaths will lag talk about be prepared for the likelihood that there will be a hundred thousand Americans who died from this virus the answer is yes we need SO bring a number as that is we should be prepared for it is it going to be that much I hope not and I think the more we push on the mitigation the less likelihood would be that number but as being realistic we need to prepare ourselves that that is a possibility that that will serve president wants Congress to take more action to fight the corona virus and it involves infrastructure the president says the next infusion of government spending into the economy should be in the form of a two trillion dollar infrastructure built for years Democrats have been pushing for such a measure but Republicans have been wary of the price tag for his part Senate leader Mitch McConnell says he's not particularly interested in working on a phase four package until the impact of the two point two trillion dollar phase three measure is realized CBS's Stephen Portnoy in Washington so can the US economy really more back from the corona virus recession as early as this summer president seems to think it can some economists agree with the president that the economy can rebound nicely largely because it was in good shape before the steep and sudden free fall triggered by the pandemic mark Zandi chief economist of moody's analytics warns though that some industries will face a long road back the travel industry the airlines tells the restaurants the tourist destinations have gotten completely hammered here unless we have a vaccine or less we have really good testing I just don't see people feeling comfortable enough to travel long distances or for very long under a likely scenario health officials believe the outbreak could peak in may or June allowing businesses to gradually reopen by summer but a later peak or possible covert nineteen return in the fall could worsen the economic damage Chris Stevens can extend seventy newsradio major ally hospital is ready to start trials on the use of a antiviral drugs which may have benefits in the treatment of the virus cedar Sinai Medical Center will be joining the efforts of dozens of other hospitals and research clinics test of the effectiveness of the antiviral drug rep disappear that drug was used in the past three bowl of patients in an anecdotal findings were shown to have an ability to interfere with the replicate tion of a virus and the human body the thirty patients at cedars will undergo a ten day study were happen get rid this severe the other half a placebo at the end of the study all data about the drug safety clinical severity of the illness hospital protocols and more telly rates if any will be passed on to the national institutes of health and compared with research from around the nation doubletree okay and extend seventy newsradio Orange County distillery has switched from making alcohol you drank to making alcohol that save lives here at the blinking owl distillery in Santa Ana they've actually had a higher one extra person since the outbreak and that's because they're now making hand sanitizer and business is booming it's been a crazy road but it's amazing and there's an incredible demands and were extremely fortunate and thankful to be able to do such an important task robin Christian son is the owner she says they're prioritizing who they sell to first where first really trying to get this in the hands of the first responders so that we also are trying to support our our industry so our restaurants who are trying to survive and stay open for take out so that's a huge priority for us as well they did release some hand sanitizer to the public she says they sold out in twenty minutes but they're busy making more in Santa Ana Emily Valdez can extend seventy newsradio one forty two it can extend seventy newsradio just three minutes away from check traffic Lou tells me I Long Beach ninety one all lanes are stop that cherry got the.

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"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:36 min | 8 months ago

"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"With acute lymphoblastic leukemia and it just rips your heart out you feel completely helpless but when you come to Saint Jude that is a whole nother level of care you have a cutting edge scientific research here doctors at the top of their game and there's nothing but love and everything that they do has my wife what is this going to cost us and then we did a little bit of research and we realize that no family ever receives a bill St Jude covers the cost of everything so that we could focus on her family St Jude gave our family the chance to be together they saved our son's life and we did not pay a cent and that wouldn't have been possible without Saint Jude finding cures saving children learn more at Saint Jude dot org one thirty eighty can extend seventy the first death from the corona viruses city of Long Beach has been announced authorities say the victim was a woman in her fifties with underlying health issues there are nineteen confirmed cases of the disease along page list of Robert Luna says that as long as the pandemic exists expect to see an increased police presence along beach police department has increased our staffing and all of our neighborhoods throughout the entire city we do this just to make sure that people see police officers out there and they stay calm and she flew to advise those waiting in long lines at supermarkets remain calm says that's plenty for everyone and police will not tolerate bad behavior well tests underway for promising drugs to treat the coronavirus this is an.

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"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:34 min | 10 months ago

"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Know he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and it's just rips your heart out you feel completely helpless but when you come to Saint Jude that is a whole nother level of care you have a cutting edge scientific research here doctors at the top of their game and there's nothing but love and everything that they do has my wife was this going to cost us and then we did a little bit of research and we realize that no family ever received the bill Saint Jude covers the cost of everything so that we could focus on our family scenes you leave our family the chance to be together they say their son's life and we did not pay a cent and that wouldn't have been possible without finding chores saving children learn more at Saint Jude dot org the FBI is seeking information on the location of a married couple who are on the lam for allegedly running on human trafficking operation Waleed paying and our husbands you gain lean known as Linda and James are Chinese nationals with permanent US resident status they allegedly exploited undocumented women from China by forcing them to work in multiple massage parlors they owned or operated in the Kansas city Missouri metro area special agent Lino Romano says the couple began the activity in two thousand six hundred games intentionally and knowingly transported their female employees for the purposes of prostitution and other sex acts in their massage parlors they transported these women across state lines for over a year and they.

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"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:57 min | 11 months ago

"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on 710 WOR

"So acute lymphoblastic leukemia or a LL you may want to know more about testing for M. R. D. which stands for minimal residual disease MRG testing can help you and your doctor detected monitor cancer cells in your bone marrow during or after treatment with MRT testing you may be able to get a more complete picture of your cancer the FDA has cleared and MRT test call closely for B. cell A. L. L. and my limitations in bone marrow samples testing is ordered by your doctor and performed by a licensed lab it's covered by Medicare and many private insurance plans along with other information Connor see can help you and your doctor make more informed decisions about your care wouldn't you want to know to learn more including test limitations search online for MRD in NYC and ask your doctor if Conor sick MRT testing is right for you fox Sunday nine one one sure merchants nine one one series is cruel can't just be good yeah the the best new city welcome to Austin new hero call rob Lowe Tyler Texas you do what I say nine one one the two night premiere the Expedia the day after the NFC championship game on fox five and Monday on fox five news at ten hello now on what is the address of your emergency the situation during that our child not breathing when every second counts all units responding fox five news takes you inside of local nine one one call center involved structure fire one patient earns see our first responders in action Monday on fox five news at ten this is a real Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning catch them live Monday morning from six til ten one seven ten W. this is interesting here Natalie I never paid dijo far look for a big show.

"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:11 min | 11 months ago

"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Says is the whole world to know he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and it just rips your heart out you feel completely helpless but when you come to Saint Jude that is a whole nother level of care you have a cutting edge scientific research here doctors at the top of their game and there's nothing but love in everything that they do has my wife what is this going to cost us and then we did a little bit of research and we realize that no family ever received the bill Saint Jude covers the cost of everything so that we could focus on our family scenes you Dave our family the chance to be together they say their son's life and we did not pay a cent and that wouldn't have been possible without Saint Jude finding chores saving children learn more at Saint Jude dot org it's one forty the California Democratic Party is settled three lawsuits by people who the cues that former chairman Eric bombing of offenses including sexual misconduct in job discrimination he resigned in twenty eighteen as those allegations were being pursued under the settlement so party did not acknowledge any specific wrongdoing by bombing he says he's pleased with the agreements the details haven't been released but a source with knowledge of the settlement is one of them was for more than a million dollars leaders of the from the United Methodist Church of announced a plan for a new denomination that would allow members of the LGBTQ community to stay in the fold Jan Lawrence executive director of reconciling ministries network and a supporter of same sex marriage she says that the announcement was part of a mediation that and that legislation still needs to be brought before the church it was a true mediation in the sense that none of us have the ability to negotiate a return anything on behalf of the church four year the church has been divided on whether or not to accept LGBT Q. members there is a manhunt in Mississippi for two in may two they believe escape from one of a number of persons that have been dealing with gang violence officials noticed that they were missing during what is called an emergency count still on lockdown right right now there's pretty much any low any local law enforcement from the sunflower county to the highway patrol the prison guards there in full force trying to monitor where they where they could be right now and how they could get out that's W. J. T. V. meet a multi media reporter Alex love the two men were incarcerated at Mississippi state penitentiary a delta airlines plane slid off taxi way amid icy conditions at the airport angry when Wisconsin airport officials say flight seventeen seventy was headed for Lana when it left the taxi way about six fifteen AM Saturday no injuries were reported airport director Marty Piet says that airport officials are looking into whether not freezing drizzle was the costs it's one forty two and there's a two car crash in Anaheim it's on the five south before Broadway we'll take a closer look at that and other traffic problems coming up in three minutes with the lease of golf this is a test of the emergency alert system.

"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:19 min | 11 months ago

"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"World to know he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and it just rips your heart out you feel completely helpless but when you come to Saint Jude that is a whole nother level of care you have a cutting edge scientific research here doctors at the top of their game and there's nothing but love in everything that they do has my wife what is this going to cost us and then we did a little bit of research and we realize that no family ever received the bill Saint Jude covers the cost of everything so that we could focus on our family seems you Dave our family the chance to be together they saved our son's life and we did not pay a cent and that wouldn't have been possible without Saint Jude finding chores saving children learn more at Saint Jude dot org this is something California is only twenty four hour local news and traffic station K. and extend seventy news radio and it's twelve forty five on mark Austin Thomas coming up there trying to turn felons into thespians in south bend Indiana the government's weekly report on the amount of fuel and crude oil that's available would be released today travel is treacherous in part to the LA area because of winter weather those stories coming up in the next fifteen minutes but first traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five at twelve forty five years lose dollars around town it's not too bad there's still some spots that are little **** because of us some standing water out there but other than that everything is a wide open for you still might want to stay in towards the centre lanes because as with the crown of the road is meaning that of the roads were constructed so the for this for the water to fall to towards the center divider or the right lane more towards the center divider so just there's that's that's kind of a rule of thumb also if you can't see the the reflectors that means it's under water so it just be aware of that and four oh five north in Carson this is right the offramp look out for a cocktail car there the mini van and they don't know if there's any power to it or not so this kind of hard to see anyway specially with the little bit of water reflecting their now let's go to the fourteen this is Caltrans has been called out in Lancaster fourteen north writer on Avenue jeep and they want some.

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"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Is your child he says is the whole world he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and it's just rips your heart out you feel completely helpless but when you come to Saint Jude that is a whole nother level of care you have a cutting edge scientific research here doctors at the top of their game and there's nothing but love and everything that they do has my wife what is this going to cost us and then we did a little bit of research and we realize that no family ever received the bill Saint Jude covers the cost of everything so that we could focus on our family scenes you leave our family the chance to be together they say their son's life and we did not pay a cent and that wouldn't have been possible without CG finding chores saving children learn more at Saint Jude dot org delivery o'connor shell now weekdays three to six on Washington's mall W. M. A. L. where Washington comes to talk red eye radio he is curly and I'm Gerry McNamara eight six six ninety right I really another entertaining and at the same time just bizarre mind blowing day he don't believe that the day again was advantageous to the Democrats every time they parade out with this is the you know they may look good initially when they get to ask the questions on the cross examination starts as it did for every single witness that appeared over the last couple of weeks everything turned by the time you got to the late afternoon and the same thing here it was just a hit it was just a circus but we will get to some of the what I what what we believe are some of the most important things to to really sort of just lay out you know what what happened yesterday will have too little extended audio cuts we want to play here yeah it is so again it's a circus are there they're trying to make a show they're they're trying to again parade people through to make it sound a lot worse than it is and I think her early you know making the point that you know a lapse in judgment bad judgment that rises to the level of impeachment or crime are you kidding me although if I hear one more person say because even Turley set it up by no means was the conversation perfect we've heard that by a lot of Republicans while the conversation we're not saying that it was perfect yeah one is perfect to standard well I mean or anything what what is that even coming well who and who's whose standard of perfect right you know I'm done as the president over the years we already know this president is a known quantity always at the center of impeachment exit out well we don't like what he's still today we don't like his words for travel.

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"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Whole world to know he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and it's just ripped your heart out you feel completely helpless but when you come to Saint Jude that is a whole nother level of care you have a cutting edge scientific research here doctors at the top of their game and there's nothing but love in everything that they do has my wife what is this going to cost us and then we did a little bit of research and we realize that no family ever received the bill Saint Jude covers the cost of everything so that we could focus on our family scenes you leave our family the chance to be together they say their son's life and we did not pay a cent and that wouldn't have been possible without Saint Jude finding chores saving children learn more at Saint Jude dot org it's four thirty nine evil moralis resigning as president of Bolivia he declared himself the winner of a fourth term after an election last month but a report from the organization of American states found a number of irregularities and called for new elections to be held his B. B. C. news reporter Katie Watson they've called that fresh elections but we've had the army now saying that he needs to go this makes the next few days few weeks that vary on size and in a country that is very poll very divided especially now with what's happening and I think a lot of question marks as to what that means for the stability of Bolivia been violent protest in the country calling for moralis to step down police joined the protesters a somber caravan of people from a fundamentalist Mormon sect fled their homes in Mexico Sunday this in the wake of a shooting when three women six children who are part of a group were killed in a suspected drug cartel ambush according to CBS news correspondent Jonathan vaguely Audi some are staying behind looking for justice the community whose origins in this part of Mexico date back more than a century watched as the violent drug wars picked up but in recent months members became increasingly concerned about reports of cartel hit men canvassing the area some of the victims' relatives have vowed.

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"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Says is the whole world he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and it's just returning you feel completely helpless but when you come to Saint Jude that is a whole nother level of care you have a cutting edge scientific research here doctors at the top of their game and there's nothing but love and everything that they do has my wife what is this going to cost us and then we did a little bit of research and we realize that no family ever received the bill Saint Jude covers the cost of everything so that we could focus on our family scenes you leave our family the chance to be together a satyr son's life and we did not pay a cent and that wouldn't have been possible without finding chores saving children learn more at Saint Jude Donald the thought of my son's growing up without me inspired me to quit smoking I talked to my doctors and then I threw away all my cigarettes ashtrays and lighters I started exercising instead of smoking getting support from friends online kept me on track away from alcohol when I was first quitting whiskey instead of smoking after eight I get up and take a walk I'm just having a cigarette in my hand so I hold ten are strong anything and so I knew I wouldn't give in to temptation I spent more time with my friends I went to places that were smoke free I didn't stay quit the very first time I tried I kept on trying and I learn something each time do whatever it takes no matter how many times it takes I quit.

"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"About everything history sports the arts love faith and courage today pay brings us the story of the baker family they're our neighbors here in oxford mississippi we're about an hour south of memphis and broadcast from a small town and we love bringing our stories too big towns in small towns across the country take it away faith who's your favorite princess oh that's a good one maybe in my family i don't i don't know why there's so many that was lily baker she's your normal for old that loves princesses the dreamworks animation movie trolls chickfila and singing but she doesn't have the life of the normal four year old lilley has acute lymphoblastic leukemia this is a type of cancer with the bone marrow makes too many immature white blood cells called lymphocytes she was diagnosed in march two thousand seventeen when she was just three years old her parents that call leave baker were naturally shocked but today they are here to share their journey with us here is a cold baker the mother of four year old lily it's just the last of here in oxford and fleeing i different parts of the country i'm from seattle he's from newport mississippi in anesthesia's goal in jackson tennessee and then after we were married down here and we found out that lily had leukemia we found out she was sick because she developed a really high fever leeann i were out of town on an anesthesia conference and she was staying with her grandparents he called us and said that she had one hundred five degree fever and they gave him tylenol they didn't really know what to do so he said to take her to the er they took her in and they just said that she must have an ear infection and i wasn't really satisfied with that answer because she's a very healthy girl and she had a high fever he took her home she started throwing up the antibiotics just got sicker and sicker so we got on a plane started come back home we ask them to take her back to the er and she was really not doing good by that point she was pale throwing up and not really with it and they finally drew blood and saw that there some counts were off so we took her up to memphis and song that her hemoglobin hermetic.

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"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on Novel Targets

Novel Targets

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"acute lymphoblastic leukemia" Discussed on Novel Targets

"Fees findings motel. Oh, willy of come. Visit quad resistance. Don't lose says, it may depend on whether the immune response was tricky. But just won the election. You could have an overwhelming response to one engine or you could just have a little bit towards lots of them, and that may be different in different patients. And if it turns out that it's that complex that'll be hard to know how to generalize phenomenon across all patients. If you can kind of have either sort of version would then when you go to resistance because even more complicated because if resistance is you'll lose that one dominant. How do you readjust that one clone to get it back? Whereas if it's resistance always little ones that may be a completely different mechanism. We just don't know we need better annotation of patients who become resistant to me, no therapy. And those are very hard to get patient doesn't have much incentive to get a tumor biopsy. If you just told them the drug doesn't work anymore. How will we keep track of a patient's immune profile as it changes with treatment? That's the story for another episode. But loss of antigens as a means of immune escape is also seem not so for P. We heard about this back in episode eight from delta group. He's one of the pine is in the field of therapy for pediatric acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Halo. My name is Steven Greg. I'm a pediatric psychologists a children's hospital Philadelphia, we've looked into the mechanism antigen loss. And it's particularly sophisticated an evil the way these leukemia cells do this a lot of the changes are spliced variations. So there are at the Arna level. They're not genetic loss of CIT and most of the cases we can detect spice variations patients who never relapse, and we can detect splice variation patients do relapse. So it's not predictive if we want to increase the percentage of Joe Bill remissions, we've caught T so for how will we have come unto loss? And so I think the the real way to do this is to consider more than one target. And so I think a lot of us are thinking about the potential for adding a second target to get that tiny baseline CD nineteen negative cells out of the way and one of the ones that has propose for that purpose to CD twenty two and two. Footing teasha for is not just restricted to blood Kansas such as well as we'll hear in the moment. Christine Brown is professor of immunotherapy at city of hope national medical center in California. She's a pioneer in a field of cotija for P for brench humus that just Leo blessed? Duma cheapie is commonly known. Her presentation ACO blew me away. It was one of my highlights that meeting plead just recently published a case report of a patient with multi focal GBM in which we were able to deliver Carty cells that recognize specific receptor, I'll thirteen receptor alpha two, and we delivered the cells into his CSF and saw regression of multiple lesions in his brain as well as a large lesion in his spine. It's really a remarkable finding I mean, Cleo bless is one of the most difficult tumor types to treat and so we've been really focused on trying to develop an optimized cartesian therapies to treat this important unmet medical need. And so we're treating patients that are at second third fourth line of recurrence. These are patients that really don't have any other. Other therapeutic options, and so we're testing the safety of cartesian delivered locally into the tumor itself or into the sea Assaf, this Rupel spinal fluid, and you know, this is really a first in human. And so we weren't sure what we were going to see. And so this individual came to city of hope really his unconscious told him he had only two months to live any came in our nurse surgeon. Dr Ben embody who's the clinical PI for this trial respected, three of his five tumors in his brain, and we actually infused cartesian L's into his largest tumor legion. And we were encouraged because we saw no relapse or progression near the site of tesol infusion and really for most patients, usually see disease progressing, right at the edge of the respected cavity. Instead his tumor were cavity which just collapsing on itself. And so no one has ever given. Been cartels into the CSS ever. The my group's preclinical data really provided proof of concept that this might be an attractive way of of allowing these cells to traffic to multi focal disease, which was really his clinical setting..

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