22 Burst results for "Ally Lily"

"ally lily" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:03 min | 11 months ago

"ally lily" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Breaking news this hour from town. Hold on Come. I'm Jon Scott at a news conference. What else? Press Secretary Jen Psaki was asked Why President Trump Toe President. Biden told CNN yesterday that he does not believe enough Republicans will vote to convict former President Trump. He's going to allow them to move forward at the pace and manner that the leaders in the Senate Determine on I can promise you that we will leave the vote counting two leaders in the Senate from now on sake, stressing that President Biden will stay out of speculating over the impeachment trial. Today, President Biden had his first phone conversation with Vladimir Putin, raising concerns about the arrest of opposition figure election of Ali and a number of other issues. Mr Biden told the Russian leader that the two nations should finalize a five year extension of an arms control treaty before it expires early next month. Also a town hall dot com. New study results showed new promise or antibody drugs against covert 19. The latest antibody studies suggests they can keep patients out of the hospital and possibly prevent illness in some uninfected people who may live with them. Ally Lily says it's drug reduced the risk of hospitalizations or death by 70% in newly diagnosed non hospitalize patients. Regeneron Pharmaceuticals said partial results of its drug suggests it helps prevent infection and housemates of people with covert 19. Some of the antibody drugs already being used to treat certain patients, and the drug makers say they will seek to expand that authorization to allow prevention approaches as well. I'm surely Adler and the Internet outage in the Northeast US. The problem appears to extend from Washington to Boston. It's affecting Internet in cloud providers, as well as a number of Google services, Facebook and other major sites. The Dow is ahead. 27 points. The NASDAQ is up nine Maura Town hall dot com. Now the O'Reilly update breaches something you might not know For some folks around the world went to weather isn't just cold. It's brutal. Residents living in the northern latitudes brace for polar winds, blankets of snow and sub zero temperatures, whether it's Siberia, the North American wilderness or northeastern China. People in those locales routinely faced the longest and most challenging winter on the planet. Some of the coldest places on Earth last week, according to AccuWeather. First up do Dinka, Russia near the Arctic Circle 20,000 locals there sort temperatures drop. Negative 38. Next Harbin, China. That town is home to 10 million people. Folks call it Ice city. With an average temperature of minus 10 degrees in January. Wow! Over the winner. Pay candidate city is pummeled by polar winds and arctic air between September and March..

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"ally lily" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:55 min | 11 months ago

"ally lily" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"That's why President Trump Toe president Biden told CNN yesterday that he does not believe enough Republicans will vote to convict former President Trump. He is going to allow them to move forward at the pace and manner that the leaders in the Senate Determine on I can promise you that we will leave the vote counting two leaders in the Senate from now on sake, stressing that President Biden will stay out of speculating over the impeachment trial. Today, President Biden had his first phone conversation with Vladimir Putin, raising concerns about the arrest of opposition figure election of Ali and a number of other issues. Mr Biden told the Russian leader that the two nations should finalize a five year extension of an arms control treaty before it expires early next month. Also a town hall dot com. New study results showed new promise or antibody drugs against covert 19. The latest anybody study suggests they can keep patients out of the hospital and possibly prevent illness in some uninfected people who may live with them. Ally Lily says it's drug reduced the risk of hospitalizations or death by 70% in newly diagnosed non hospitalized patients. Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, said Parsa Results of its drug suggests it helps prevent infection and housemates of people with covert 19. Some of the antibody drugs already being used to treat certain patients, and the drug makers say they will seek to expand that authorization to allow prevention approaches as well. I'm surely Adler and the Internet outage in the Northeast US. The problem appears to extend from Washington to Boston. It's affecting Internet in cloud providers, as well as a number of Google services, Facebook and other Major sites. The Dow is ahead 27 points. The NASDAQ is up. Nine. Maura Town, Hold calm. University of Maryland Global campus has been serving the military in Maryland.

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Studies extend hopes for antibody drugs against COVID-19

Kevin McCullough Radio

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

Studies extend hopes for antibody drugs against COVID-19

"New promise or antibody drugs against Copan 19. The latest antibody studies suggests they can keep patients out of the hospital and possibly prevent illness in some uninfected people who may live with them. Ally Lily says it's drug reduced the risk of hospitalizations or death by 70% in newly diagnosed non hospitalize patients. Regeneron Pharmaceuticals said partial results of its drug suggests it helps prevent infection and housemates of people with covert 19. Some of the anybody drugs already being used to treat certain patients, and the drug makers say they will seek to expand that authorization to allow prevention approaches as well. I'm surely

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"ally lily" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:59 min | 11 months ago

"ally lily" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And yesterday that he does not believe enough Republicans will vote to convict former President Trump. He's going to allow them to move forward at the pace and manner that the leaders in the Senate Determined on I can promise you that we will leave the vote counting two leaders in the Senate from now on sake, stressing the president Biden will stay out of speculating over the impeachment trial. Today, President Biden had his first phone conversation with Vladimir Putin, raising concerns about the arrest of opposition figure election of Ali and a number of other issues. Mr Biden told the Russian leader that the two nations should finalize a five year extension of an arms control treaty before it expires early next month. Also a town hall dot com. New study results showed new promise or antibody drugs against covert 19. The latest anybody study suggests they can keep patients out of the hospital and possibly prevent illness and some uninfected people who may live with them. Ally Lily says it's drug reduced the risk of hospitalizations or death by 70% and newly diagnosed non hospitalize patients. Regeneron Pharmaceuticals said partial results of its drug suggests it helps prevent infection and housemates of people with covert 19. Some of the antibody drugs already being used to treat certain patients, and the drug makers say they will seek to expand the authorization to allow prevention approaches as well. I'm sure the Adler and Internet outage in the Northeast US. The problem appears to extend from Washington to Boston. It's affecting Internet in cloud providers, as well as a number of Google services, Facebook and other Major sites. The Dow is ahead 27 points. The NASDAQ is up. Nine. Maura Town, Hold calm. 1901, a woman by the name of Annie Taylor climbed into a barrel so that she could ride that barrel over Niagara Falls the first person to do so the reason for her crazy endeavor. She was struggling to.

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Amy Wedeking Shannon, Chief Commercial Officer, Prima-Temp

Outcomes Rocket

06:57 min | 1 year ago

Amy Wedeking Shannon, Chief Commercial Officer, Prima-Temp

"Welcome back to outcomes. Rocket saw Marquez here and today I have the privilege of hosting Amy Shannon. She is the chief commercial officer at Prima temp. Amy is passionate about applying data analytics to clinical science to advance the democratization of women's health care and ultimately outcomes she has led commercial activities representing. The spectrum of healthcare from population to personalized medicine amy hold roles in sales leadership business development, and finance with ally Lily and Guidance Corporation as lear of sales and marketing at Medical Simulation Corporation, amy inner team identified, and created a new hospital market never serviced by simulation industry focused on areas of high economic and mortality impact. Amy represented well, talk a machine learning data driven. Enterprise Company. and. Lead sales and marketing for flagship biosciences and a is driven computational tissue analysis platform to support drug development. Amy Has served as an industry advisor to the Leapfrog Group on patient safety a facilitator of the medical ethics course at the University of Colorado Medical School a volunteer with the Colorado Bioscience Association and is a strengths finder coach. All in one career is a pretty impressive And Amy's great is professional passion as leading and developing teams. She earned her bachelor's degree in Molecular and cellular developmental biology at the University of Colorado and her masters in Business Administration from Duke University. So it's a privilege to have you here on the podcast, Amy and really really thankful you could join us. Thanks for the kind introduction saw and honored to be here and I've really enjoyed learning from your other guests that have been on the podcast previously. Thank you. Yeah we appreciate. It, we definitely want to get diverse perspectives that that are out there in healthcare, and yours is quite unique and I'm really excited to dive into what you're doing with your team at premature before we do get into that though amy, I love to know what inspires your work in healthcare. We'll take saw really from the very beginning of always been fascinated with bioscience and healthcare at. That's been my passion interest pretty much solely and his corneas may sound I really love the fact. That your day to day worker Labor actually helps people. It's an incredible opportunity reward. But beyond that I'm really fascinated with intricacies and complexities of bioscience both on the level of a human body, as well as a healthcare ecosystem, and so if you think about the biological system design like the indecrompt and neurological electrical systems and how they influence each other, it's fascinating and then you take that macro level and you think about healthcare in the synergies and collisions of biology technology and behavioral. Economics. And Policy and psychology, and then salt the end of the day really just the individuality of human beings living out their lives You know they make some really intriguing intersections and I think it's fascinating to thrive at those intersections and a great place to be challenged intellectually emotionally, and then those intersections are really advancing the quadruple aim of healthcare care especially with application of Ai and our company. Prem- attempts doing just that were applying ai to biometric signals to understand what's happening in the body. While it, it's fascinating work and you know you've had spent some time in previous leadership positions with other companies in a you see the future there and so talked about really biometrics. So you know exactly how you guys are focusing on biometrics what biometrics is in particular to to what you guys are doing and how exactly you guys are adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. Let's do well. Thank you. Well, really we're using biometrics to empower women to make informed healthcare decisions and our. First application is infertility. So just to step back a little bit fertility starts to decline in women in their thirties and therefore many of us who are waiting to have kids were a little bit older. It makes conception and maintaining a pregnancy more challenging and the there's new data coming out from the World Health Organization that shows that one in four couples in developing countries have been affected by infertility Suda moved to your question about biometrics we use what's called advanced, Cronin Biological and circadian. Science to be able to pull up that biometrics. So it's all about when something is happening. So chronobiology biology's is a science, understanding the phases and operations of physiological and hormonal in systems of our bodies, and then applying time series analysis to that and being able to predict and understand a variety of medical conditions because each of these bodily systems they have rhythms to him and those rhythms our cycles are specific in each individual. So in other words, they have those rhythms they impact. Things like sleep and eating and women's monthly cycles. So when we do something critical like when we have intercourse to get pregnant or avoid pregnancy or even wind during the day, we might administer a drug therapy. So effective and has the fewest side effects. So think about that saw you a morning person or a night person I'm a morning person. Okay. So that's really controlled by your biological clock. So I've the night person, but I've had to kind of force myself in between work and kids. To be more of a morning, but that's not naturally what my body wants to be in on the weekends off fall back. So your morning, maybe I'm more like I didn't even think about that but maybe I'm more like that. Okay so What does your body do? Oh, on the weekends I'm up. I'm baby. Right, exactly. What's up? Yeah, that's interesting. Okay. Okay. That's fair Okay. So this is a bow. You know applying your your normal circadian biology to how things work out. So we do is we measure biological patterns that are controlled by the clocks, and so we do this with biometric of body temperature. So temperatures a proxy for physiological activities of our body. We've got a device or wearable Caprio in that measures core body temperature on a continual basis and core body temperatures really the gold standard, a circadian science, a very rich information signal, and as one of one of our advisers stated from a diagnostic perspective, it's like taking a blood draw every five minutes and the kind of information you can pull from that. So for our. First application, we're using that information to help women identify their fertile window for pregnancy, and then many women don't even have a window because of underlying issues. So we can provide this very high fidelity information through this continual biometric that can be used to diagnose and then track the effectiveness of treatments for those underlying conditions, and then we believe that we can apply these biometrics also to contraception to menopause to sleep disorders and eventually clinical areas such as the timing of delivery of drug therapies like chemotherapy for maximum effectiveness.

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Wisconsin activates field hospital as COVID-19 hospitalizations hit a record high

Start Here

03:25 min | 1 year ago

Wisconsin activates field hospital as COVID-19 hospitalizations hit a record high

"President trump is back on the campaign trail telling supporters. He feels better than ever and that he's recovered from coronavirus. Had IT. Who is had it here? WHO's had? A lot of people a lot of people. You're the people I wanNA say hello to because you're right now immune. Year right now of you or they say that you know a tens of thousands of Americans are still being diagnosed new cases top forty, one, thousand, a day and infections are on the rise in more than thirty states. Oklahoma City reported there are no ICU beds available yesterday the city extending its mask mandate until the end of the year other hotspots Utah where a field hospital is on standby for six counties including Salt Lake City and Wisconsin where hospitalizations have nearly tripled in the past month ABC Stephanie Ramos is in Wisconsin and Milwaukee Stephanie you're on the ground their cases were already going up what's causing this surge in record number of deaths there. Michelle what I'm hearing from doctors here in Milwaukee is that there's this perfect storm of factors resulting arise in Kobe cases here certainly will resume now is no longer college in university spread as really the focus it's clearly community spread. It's pretty much all parts of Wisconsin at this community spread, and then there's the colder weather that's pushing people indoors where transmission rate is higher, but there's a cycle to this virus but bars in. Some parts of the state were just crammed people state Senator Mark Miller saw the images of people taking advantage of the end of Wisconsin Safe Red home extension people listen restrictions, Kobe rates spike, and then restrictions are put back in place else officials say masks can slow the spread of Cova even though the numbers are soaring while the current mass order is in place largely some say because too many people aren't wearing them so. What we're seeing now is kind of what doctors here expected they're worried, and this is why a field hospital has been set up here in Milwaukee. Because of the spike in hospitalizations they need, they need an extra place to tend to these covert patients that's opening up today or different now than. Before the. We've left on our Gar one doctor. Put it. This way Wisconsin is in a state of crisis right now, it's not just up to the institutions, but it's up to the individual and we know that wearing a mask. So distancing that's where it's at right now because there is not a vaccine comes also as major companies working on potential vaccines and treatments have pressed the pause button Johnson and Johnson temporarily halted a late stage study due to an unexplained illness in one volunteer, and now ally Lily announcing its positive phase three trial for its antibody treatment. How come. Well there's a potential for for safety concern that's why they've pause to this antibody trial treatment So it's it's a setback especially since as you mentioned, Johnson. Johnson. Paul's thereby axiom file when a ball in tear became sick. And Astra, Zeneca doing the same Madonna and Pfizer are still on track and we have to keep in mind even though it may be discouraging to hear that Another drugmaker or vaccine maker has put their trials on hold. We have to remember that doctor say these kinds of developments are common when it comes to clinical trials.

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Eli Lilly applies for emergency use of antibody drug for COVID-19

Daily Coronavirus Update

05:50 min | 1 year ago

Eli Lilly applies for emergency use of antibody drug for COVID-19

"Or Masuko. Company ally Lily as requested the emergency use authorization of its antibody based treatment for people with mild to moderate symptoms. Of Corona Virus, the treatment is similar to the one that president trump received and they could have one hundred thousand doses ready this month and one million by the end of the year. Peter Loftus Healthcare reporter at the Wall Street Journal joins us for more or Masuko company ally. Lilley has requested the emergency use authorization of an experimental antibody based treatment that they have cove in nineteen. This is similar to what the president was getting his monoclonal antibodies. He got it from a company called regeneration but ally Lilley has something similar and they're saying that there's a works. Okay. In clinical trials it they've been going through already and they think that they can seek approval as early as next month Peter. Tell us a little bit more about this one. Well. Yes. It is a similar approach to what I think. A lot of people have heard in the news about one of the treatments that president trump got an antibody based treatment. In this case with Eli Lilly what they did was they formed a partnership with another company where they actually took a blood sample from one of the first people in the US to recover from covid nineteen and they isolated. Certain antibodies in the blood sample. These are things produced by the immune system that help someone overcome a virus and infection, and so then to make a drug out of that, you essentially clothed that antibody and make bigger quantities of it and then fuse it and people tested, and so that's what he Li- Lilley has done. They've spent the last several months manufacturing doses of this and testing them in various studies, and so what they're seeking authorization for is to use this antibody based drug as a treatment for people who are recently diagnosed covid and have mild moderate disease and with the hope that the antibody would actually prevent that disease from getting worse and keep people out of the hospital and. So he really has some results from the study so far that suggests that this antibody can do that. It's so interesting kind of getting this education as we go through this pandemic, how a lot of these therapeutics and treatments are being made an early on we were talking about convalescent plasma literally taking the blood has antibodies from people that have had covert and recovered and putting that into people. Now, we're going through these treatments. As he said, we're using those same antibodies, making clones of them and making these treatments from that. So it really is interesting how these things are developing. Tell us about the study they started it in nursing homes and tell us how will work and the effectiveness of it. I, first he for this drug was actually in hospitalized patients and that was a very small study and they haven't set a ton about that study but I think they had what they considered promising results and then they moved on to bigger study. Don, hospitalized patient. So these would be people who have a diagnosis maybe have some symptoms, but they haven't yet gone to a severe stage. So they've tested you know having those people come into the clinic and giving them the infusion and then seeing how they do the nursing home aspect of it is from yet another study where they're actually bringing the antibody. Outta various nursing homes if that nursing has or looks like it's going to have an outbreak say if there's one case of cove. What they then do is they test the antibody and other residents and staff in the nursing home either to treat any existing disease that they may have gotten from this emerging outbreak or even for its potential to prevent disease that's called the prophylactic use of the antibodies to use it as a preventive measure, not only to treat an existing infection. Lily as I said earlier, they're hoping they can get this emergency use authorization or at least try to go for in November but they're saying that they could already have a thousand doses ready this month and as many as one million by the end of the year. So if they get that authorization, they're ready to go right away. It's very similar to like the vaccine candidates that were going through their producing the doses and having them ready just in case they get approved. Then just to clarify ally really has already filed for. An emergency use authorization with the FDA, and so it's possible that decision could come relatively soon and that would be for a single antibody. The main one that I've been talking about to treat these mild to moderate cases. In addition to that, they've contesting that one antibody they've been adding the antibody, and so it's a two drug combination and that's the one that they are expecting to apply for in November. But in either case, you're right they aren't making. The doses and they have certain targets for what they can produce by the end of the year and what they've produced already it is likely that you know if they were to get a government authorization relatively soon, there would be I think an imbalance in supply and demand there would be a greater demand then doses available, and so I think there's GonNa be some work to do to figure out if there's certain types of patients that should be prioritized. For Instance Lilley said today that it's possible that you could maybe reserve this initial supply of doses maybe reserved him for people who are sixty five and older or who are overweight because those groups that seem like they are probably most at risk of worsening to severe disease. If there's not this treatment that prevents that but you know if approved is could fill this gap until the vaccines do get authorized and push through as well. So just interesting stuff and hopefully they can work it out and hopefully it's safe and

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"ally lily" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"ally lily" Discussed on WGN Radio

"On WGN orient Samuelson, and the stock market continues to trade higher today helped by word that the trade talks between China and the United States will resume and also the beginning of the two day meeting of the Federal Reserve open market committee. The fed expected to leave interest rates unchanged at its two day policy meeting, but is widely seen as laying the foundation for a cut later this year. The fed will release it statement at one o'clock, Chicago time tomorrow afternoon and then chairman Jerome Pombo will conduct a news conference right now, the Dow is up three hundred forty seven points, the S and P five hundred thirty one the NASDAQ is up one hundred sixteen and the volatility index at the CBO we'd down less than. A tenth of a percent at the CBO e turning the grain to the list of mid west ox. We take a look at his time Deering company of four dollars twenty nine cents. A shared Caterpillar up three dollars. Forty cents ally lily of Padang or eight cents the Boeing company today. A thirteen dollars ninety six cents after getting some positive news, the pairs air show Dernie now to the grain numbers Chicago Board of trade, the July, we'd contract down eleven and three quarters cents a bushel, July corn down five and a quarter. Joe allies soybean's down a quarter of a cent livestock, futures Chicago Mercantile Exchange. The artist lean hog contract down twenty five cents hundredweight, but August lied candle virtually unchanged. And the feeder cattle contract is trading up eighty cents at one hundred thirty seven dollars seventy two cents one hundred weight, not your money on seven twenty WGN WGN sports. The main event tonight White Sox. Visiting the cubs at Wrigley field that determine who is the greatest baseball team ever today pre gave it. Six thirty first pitch seven five farmer Darren Jackson seven twenty WGN the greatest traffic.

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"ally lily" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"ally lily" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Intrigue buffet not far from the rising. Arkansas river, two deaths are now blamed on severe storms that have been pounding the middle of the country. CBS David Begg. No water is moving with the storm system. So the town of Weber falls, Oklahoma said, they want a complete evacuation of the town about four hundred and fifty people live there, and they want everybody to get out is they expect the water to rise. Ryan cox. Panic about it right now. But if, if he keeps going up like with the talking about, then it's going to be very much chaos areas of Oklahoma, Missouri and Kansas are already underwater. The Justice department is budging in the face of a congressional subpoena to provide documents related to the Muller reports CBS's Bill Rakoff detente of sorts between the DOJ and house intelligence committee. A statement from committee chair, Adam Schiff says that the department of Justice will begin to turn over some material requested by his subpoena shift says this is the start of what he's calling a rolling production of intelligence. And thanks to the cooperation by the Justice department a committee meeting today to discuss enforcement of the subpoena is now postponed, the main immigration center in Callen, Texas has closed amid a serious flu outbreak, a teenager from Guatemala had been processed there before he died this week. Omar Villafranca is in Dallas in the seven days that he was under border patrol control. He was diagnosed with the flu. Do they moved him to a separate facility on the nineteenth on the twentieth? They did a welfare check an hour before following our that's when they found him dead. Carlos Hernandez is the fifth underage migrant taken into custody to die since December prescription drug maker comes through with a promise to lower the price of insulin. The details live from CBS Vicki Barker, ally. Lily says it's begun selling a half price version of its human log insulin under the generic name list, pro the popular fast acting insulin is used by about seven hundred thousand diabetic Americans, but it's not clear how many of them will benefit ally. Lily says the biggest savings will go to patients who are uninsured have high deductible health insurance or have Medicare Part d plans list pro selling first little as a hundred and thirty seven dollars.

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"ally lily" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"ally lily" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And myself is rationing his insulin. This means he stopped eating to avoid taking insulin Kathy. She go of Madison Indiana testifying in front of congress about her son's attempt to save money by putting himself in danger one quarter of the insulin. He could eat less than once a day. And he was trying to give his all on the field. He was also starving and making himself sick. In response. He started eating and not dosing with the necessary insulin to allow oxygen defeat is Oregon's muscles, and brain cells. He began accumulating key towns. Kito acidosis he lost twenty pounds in two weeks. The combination of key towns and lack of oxygen could have ended with him in the morgue. Thankfully hunter is. Okay today. The insulin rationing can lead to devastating even deadly complication. Congress had several major drug companies excluding ally. Lily, come at explain their version of white insulin prices are so high a market the size of the United States were to collapse to the lower end of that pricing model, then I can just tell you abbvie would not be able to invest the level of our indeed invest today. Abc CEO Richard Gonzales, I think that you charge more here because you can Michigan Senator Debbie and American taxpayers are subsidizing all of you to be able.

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Under Pressure, Eli Lilly Announces a Cheaper Insulin

Business Wars Daily

04:29 min | 2 years ago

Under Pressure, Eli Lilly Announces a Cheaper Insulin

"Business wars daily is brought to you by Pitney Bowes, and send pro online shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Stay tuned to the end of the show to find out how Pitney Bowes and send pro online can save you time and money and to get a special offer just for listeners of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business worse. Daily on this Monday. March eleven big news from big pharma last week, drug company, ally Lillian ounce. It will release a generic form of its brand named insulin. The list price of the new generic drug will be one hundred thirty seven dollars per vial. That's half the list price of its brand name version humilate the move comes following years of panic and outrage of the escalating price of insulin on which diabetics rely for daily symptom management. Insulin was first discovered as a treatment for diabetic patients more than one hundred years ago, when ally lily I introduced its brand name version of the drug in the mid nineties, a vile cost only twenty one dollars today the list price of a single violence about three hundred dollars the sky, high prices of lead one in four patients to ration their insulin, which can lead to illness and can be fatal rationing is the suspected cause of several recent deaths. The rapid price increases have inspired. Several lawsuits against ally lily, and it's two primary competitors Novo, Nordisk and snow. Their prices are just as high along with taking legal action. Some patients have taken to protesting outside ally lillies corporate headquarters, even with private insurance the cost of necessary, insulin can reach to more than a thousand dollars a month. But recent studies show that it only costs a few dollars to make one of those vials patients have responded to ally lillies announcement with cynicism arguing that it's simply a public relations ploy and one Senator pointed out that the company charges only thirty eight dollars for violet Huma, log in Canada. Eh production time Novo Nordisk had not announced any changes to their pricing model. According to the trade publication modern healthcare one vial of its brand name insulin. Now costs more than five hundred dollars. If ally lillies announcement is any indication pharmaceutical companies are trying to ward off more bad publicity. Ally. Lily may also be trying to get ahead of potential regulations which could have a ripple effect on all drug pricing. Some experts say lillies cheaper generic may not make much of a difference because of the Byzantine structure of the American healthcare system, the savings may not reach the people who need it. The most the patients. From wondering this business wars daily, if our show makes you think share it with a friend would word of mouth is the best way for us to grow. I'm David Brown. We'll be back with Tamar. Shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Well, now there's a better way to ship sent pro online by Pitney Bowes with central online. You can easily compare USPS and other shipping options in all in one online tool, you can print shipping, labels and stamps on your own printer and track all of your shipments. And check this out USPS postal rates increased back on January twenty seventh. But with sent pro online, you can still access savings of up to forty percent off USPS priority, mail shipping and five cents off. Every letter you send central online is only fourteen dollars and ninety nine cents a month, and you can get a free thirty day trial. When you visit PB dot com slash BW daily. You'll also receive a free ten pound scale to help you weigh your packages and accurately calculate the cost of shipping. That's PB dot com. Lash BW daily and thanks to Pitney Bowes and central online for sponsoring the show.

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"ally lily" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ally lily" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To my husband and myself hunter was rationing his insulin. This means he stopped eating to avoid taking insulin. Jaffe -sego of Madison Indiana testifying in front of congress about her son's attempt to save money by putting himself in danger one quarter of the insulin. He could eat less than once a day. And he was trying to get his all on the field. He was also starving and making himself sick. In response. He started eating and not dosing with the necessary insulin to allow oxygen to feed his Oregon's muscles, and brain cells. He began accumulating key towns. Notice Kito acidosis he lost twenty pounds. In two weeks. The combination of key towns lack of oxygen could have ended with him in the morgue. Thankfully hunter is. Okay today. Insulin rationing can lead to devastating even deadly complication. Congress had several major drug companies excluding ally. Lily, come at explain their version of white insulin prices are so high a market the size of the United States were to collapse to the lower end of that pricing model, then I can just tell you abbvie would not be able to invest the level of our indeed invest today. Ed, C CEO, Richard Gonzales, I think that you charge more here because you can Michigan Senator Debbie and American taxpayers are subsidizing all of you.

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"ally lily" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"ally lily" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Reduce turnover. Parral tracks. Is also associated with reduced. Participation? Which? Higher. House majority leader, Steny Hoyer of Maryland is backing the Bill he said that if conservatives want approve they're really for family values. They would support this Bill. This is Bill. Hoyer said the US and Pat one NEW GUINEA or the only two nations that do not offer paid family leave his office says that would it affect more than two million federal workers who today have only unpaid leave. Ally. Lily is offering a half price version of a top selling insulin drug after senators grilled pharmaceutical company executives over drug pricing practices at congressional hearing. Last week lied Lilley said it would provide a generic version of its drug for half the price offered and thirty seven dollars per vial, though, annoy democratic Senator dick Durbin said that isn't nearly good enough. We check the records turns out you can buy that exact product made by that same company for sale in Canada. For thirty eight dollars. So they are expecting. I think he li- Lois expecting all of us to send flowers to their corporate headquarters in Indianapolis aren't going to send him any flowers, and I'm not going to express any great gratitude. To the other drug companies involved in this that are producing insulin. America's watching if you're going to continue to keep the cost.

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"ally lily" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"ally lily" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Their vehicles using just their smartphones. The very last Chevy Cruz will roll off in Ohio assembly line tomorrow that GM plant slated to close down for good in the next year. Google says it analyzed employee salaries and found that it was underpaying more. Mel software engineers than females doing the same job. And Forbes magazine today is out with its annual list of the. The world's richest billionaires. And Amazon's Jeff Bezos is expected to top the list again, followed by Bill Gates and Warren Buffett wondering if the GM workers outside of Youngstown Ohio will be given the same opportunity to apply for work at another GM factory. This is the end of an era in Lordstown, Ohio when the last of those poor selling Chevy Cruze sedans is made the plant will end production and prepare to shut down. It's one of five plants in the US and Canada that GM is looking to shut for good by January now along with those closings GM announced eight thousand layoffs. This was a few months back mostly white collar jobs along with six thousand hourly workers, either losing their jobs are being reassigned to other plants, and that's the hope for a lot of these workers in Ohio because all planned closing still have to be negotiated with the United Auto Workers union, which right now is suing the automaker. Over those closings. What is holding out hope that some jobs will be saved or converted to boost production of the big moneymakers pickups. And. SUV's? Alright CNBC's Tom Busby at twenty three after the hour drugmaker ally. Lily says it's about to offer a half price version of its top-selling insulin. Correspondent Jan Johnson reports. Help patients who are having trouble making ends meet and still fill their prescriptions. That drug maker says it will introduce a version of its popular diabetes treatment Huma log for about half of what the vile now costs about two hundred seventy five dollars. He will sales topped one point eight billion in the US alone last year at a hearing last week US senators grilled the leaders of several big companies this week ally. Lily says it wants to make the insulin available as quickly as possible. Although patient advocates say much bigger changes are needed throughout the industry. I'm Jan Johnson. It's now twenty four.

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"ally lily" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ally lily" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Coming up in one minute reaction on Wall Street to last night state of the union address Ansel analysts money news. I listen to Bloomberg tree sequoia trees. Hey, good morning are looking at futures at Har little bit lower this morning after some better than expected earnings yesterday gave stocks a boost Dow Industrial's up seven tenths percent, NASDAQ up seven tenths the SNP up five tenths, by the way. The NASDAQ is now up nineteen and a half percent from its low back on Christmas Eve Disney reported results after the close they were better than expected helped by soaring sales and profit at it's ABC TV network, but they're running this year is going to be a little bit tougher. They're taking over most of twenty first Century Fox, and they're developing programs for three online video services ESPN, plus Disney, plus an Hulu now analysts are saying they're so diverse, though, the parks hotels, the movies, home entertainment. Investors should see the blow soften there. But this could cut into profit from the sale of. Shows and then snap reported results to also better than expected, but kind of a back door story here analysts were looking for a drop in the number of daily users. Well, it didn't drop didn't grow either. But it didn't drop company says it's cautiously optimistic that users will remain level again this quarter. We'll hear from General Motors this morning before the opening bell as well as twenty first Century, Fox ally lily, and Humana and take two interactive. Just some of the companies reporting earnings futures down SNP down two points. Nasdaq down five from the Bloomberg newsroom. My Patrice Sikora eight ten and one three one WG y. Thank you Patrice. It is partly sunny. Twenty seven at eight nineteen chugging Kelly joined by our financial analyst Ryan, hey,.

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"ally lily" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ally lily" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Like I said, and you haven't spent time in local government, you will appreciate this. When we talk about economic development. We are in an interesting phase in the theories surrounding economic development used to be no have roads and bridges. Okay. You got the rose rose bridges facilities. Okay. There used to be. Okay. Well, what's your tax climate light? And now we're shifting from that because Indiana's tax business climate. It's fine. Because you know, it's a very low tax low expense state the challenge for Indiana is economic develop is now turning into quality of life. It's almost sort of intangibles is when I'm a business person. I want to bring up dual incorporate attendee Anna, I have a very diverse workforce from all over the world say like an ally lily, I wanna make sure that when people come to your state, they're not gonna have any unnecessary grief grief or hassle and this is part of the and this is part of the challenge because a lot of people just haven't fully made that adaptation yet to know quality of life is now the new economic development tool, and if you don't believe me. Look at route per for personal story. Going back to that fight and people are saying, well, we're not really losing convention business. This is all just exacerbated exaggerated. Yadda, yadda, very good. Friend of mine who owns Nikki blames have greatest cigar bar in the entire universe. That a big part of that they normally would have done the the lawmakers actually seek you out down there like Lucas was down there kissing the ring finger. I saw posted a photo of it. And you know, normally when people get their photos with the lawmakers, they're posting people the. You I will say that it more likely than not if I need if I talking to somebody. They were looking for me. I will I will say I will say that granted for for different reasons..

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"ally lily" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"ally lily" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"You should get number one. Because I think you have. Showed your dismay about this company in recent months? Cumulus? Fox's are out. Now in ascending order you have jewel company. So the the people that make vaping cartridges. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Are more hated you? You L bright J U L. They are basically trying to. Make it seem like you can do that. And it it's all good in the, you know, better than smoking, right which. Part of the thing is it is in certain ways. But at the same time, they're still getting you addicted to something. Yeah. Nicotine. Anyway. So Joel company is at number four more hated than the Washington Redskins at number three is vice. Okay. So vice is one of the more hated. Days and I could see this. I still enjoy watching like vice news and stuff. But they're not exactly what. They built themselves up as they're supposed to just be like, the unencumbered younger, hip or news telling you straight. No, no, spin like you see on like MSNBC or on. Fox News is supposed to be the straight dope. And now, even they kind of impossible to not have any. Yeah. Because you're just yeah. Because you have your own feelings. Right. You can't just go. So anyway, and it's other things robots to have no rain. The news. And I'll be darned if. Going to replace my local news at that point. You still have scriptwriters with their opinion is agley. But you could spend less than those two the other two there is that there is room to be Wes spinster than MSNBC or a Fox News are but at any rate. Plus like some of their higher ups have been, you know, getting in trouble and all that kind of stuff so vice number three vice news or vice period. More hated in America, then the Washington Redskins and number two is one that. I never heard of and for obvious reasons. Why lily now some of you may know, I think you've heard of it. Fortunately, who ally Willie is do you want to take a guess on what he does? Okay ally. Lily is one of the leading manufacturers or one of the main suppliers of insulin used by diabetic Americans UI lily. There was a big controversy about them with NASCAR. They. Oh, I don't know what the deal was necessarily with NASCAR. Caro sponsored by them like oh, okay. And sponsors. So it wasn't like they did something it will the reason why they did that is because ally lily along with some other lesser known companies. Conspired colluded whatever you wanna say to Jack up the price of insulin. And obviously that is. For obvious reasons. They should be more hated than a lot of companies time, you're jacking a medical right? Exactly. Right. Yeah. Well, unfortunately, they pretty much all do. Except rextall colluding to do. So. Right. Exactly. Right. And the number one. This is the one I thought that you would know. Facebook Facebook, most hated company in America. Will that makes sense? Would you like to know? So those are the only companies in America that are more hated than the Washington Redskins. We will take a break. And when we come back. We will tell.

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"ally lily" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:17 min | 3 years ago

"ally lily" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Let's get a look at how things are shaping up for the Asian trading day. Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis has that Brian. All right Remy. Thanks, very much stocks likely to see more follow-through buying today amid optimism over the US and China and their trade talks. In fact, the markets that are up and running. Now, the cash markets are all positive. The Nikkei has opened up about eight tenths of one percent. That's a gain of one hundred sixty nine points ASX two hundred four tenths of a percent. New Zealand solidly iron the kospi is up about a half of one percent. President Trump tweeted that the talks with China, we're going very well. And we had talked to moving into a third day today industrials encouraged by that the dollar is getting back some of the gains in fact, most of the gains that we saw in in New York, we're up two tenths of one percent. And now down about well about fifteen hundreds of a percent so moving in that direction. Crude oil pushed up close to fifty dollars. It made for a good day for energy stocks on Wall Street. We also had gains in biotech, but we had some weakness in. Semi's on the back of the of the week earnings from Samsung financials were also flat for the day yield on the ten year pushed up to two point seven two percent pushing close now to two seventy three and we mentioned that WTI. Crude was hired now forty-nine eighty one a barrel. Doug to you. All right. President Trump has said to want a trade deal with China is a way of boosting financial markets. That's the word from folks inside the White House now at the same time. An American trade negotiator told us earlier discussions will extend into Wednesday in Beijing. You know, these talks were only scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, we spoke earlier with Bloomberg's Jenny lender. She told us there could see a soon be an announcement on higher level discussion soon with S T R, Robert lighthizer and Chinese Vice Premier Li ho what we heard is that a meeting is being prepared for later this month in Washington. We don't know details yet on the exact date, but it is being in the planning. Stages. And then there's also, of course, President Trump and a delegation what his cabinet going to Davos later this month Chinese delegation will be there too. So there could be some engagement there that we're still trying to confirm well one thing we can confirm that the S and P five hundred has dropped about eight percent since President Trump and she agreed back in December. I guess may have been late November on that ninety day trade truce. Yeah. That's right. So meantime, while there's some positivity between the US China trade talks there Doug, the World Bank is cutting its forecast for the global economy. More from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. The World Bank is now forecasting global growth of two point nine percent is here back in June. It was predicting three percent growth the same as eighteen. It blamed slowing trade and investment and rising interest rates, and it says the impact in emerging and developing markets is especially acute the World Bank has also warning the risk of disorderly market movements. An escalating trade tension is increasing and it says death vulnerable. In emerging markets are growing as well. Denise pellegrini. Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Interestingly sorry, Jeff, Gunnlaug CIO, double lion capital. Saying today it's time to buy emerging market assets. You know, the other thing that Gunnlaug said we were just talking about the US government shutdown that this is a huge problem for markets. And it's probably one of the bigger things that he is focused on that. And soft data. Those would be the sentiment surveys that coming from double line capitals. Jeff Gunnlaug earlier. Well, the US government shutdown may be about to cause a slowdown in deals as well as initial public offerings. That's the warning from several executives of variety of industries kind of wing in dem- dealmakers are starting to feel the pain and the SEC and other regulatory agencies are now functioning basically with a skeleton staff ally lily among those warning of a prolonged shutdown muddling its plans Louis had been hoping to unload its stake in animal health company known as along trouble brewing for some IPO's as well, David Goldschmidt is the head of capital markets at scandal says the window to price by February. Gary is closing if people aren't able to get their deals done by then will they could lose a big part of the first quarter initial public offerings. Yeah. And it's not just the SEC. Of course, it's affected commerce as well. As agan. Several other departments are also affected by what's happening here. All right. Let's get let's get to the global news right now because the dual over the partial US government shutdown in border wall goes on radio and television soon. Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has that. And global news. Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom as soon as right Remy of what two hours away from him. We'll carry it here on the Bloomberg platforms with President Trump's conservative allies urging him to declare a national emergency to build his border barrier. He most likely will not do. So in his address tonight. Vice President Mike Pence says the president will lay out the urgent need for southern border protection. Passion, you hear from President Trump his determination to take this case to the American people as he will tonight in his national. Broadcast from the Oval Office comes from this president's deep desire to do his job to protect.

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"ally lily" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"ally lily" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"What happened to report it without fear or favor in context and perspective? And to be honest, brutally honest about every bit of it. We were endless hours to make sure that when we deliver it to you is fact, it's a fact Shepard Smith on Fox News channel, real news. Real honest opinion. WIBC mobile news on the level on the go. One comes next for sexual harassment policy. For state senators, I'm John Ferrick. And here's what's trending this hour. Eric Berman reports that policy should be finished by the end of the week policy approved unanimously by the Senate ethics committee, declares the Senate won't tolerate trading. Sex for votes or for jobs normal, the Lao persistent and unwanted sexual advances. It also says it won't permit retaliation for turning down the dance or complaining about what Alicea didn't extensive review and then hired an outside attorney to then Revuelta is twenty five years of experience in labor law. And this is about as good as definition as anybody has Liz Brown says the rule also allows the ethics committee to address unwelcome conduct before it rises to the level of harassment. Eric Berman Ninety-three WIBC mobile. New house speaker Brian Bosma says a new plan by Republicans wouldn't force schools to pay teachers more, but would try to use public pressure to make it happen. There will be a publication those schools that are reaching the. The goal and those schools that are not reaching the goal. So local communities will know whether they're at school corporation is able to make this commitment. But he also says there may be valid reasons why some school districts can't spend as much money as they'd like to on the classroom and nearly eight billion dollars. That's the amount of money ally. Lily is using to buy lock. So on college locks owes a biopharmaceutical company focused on helping patients with genetically defined cancers. I'm John Herrick on the level on the go and on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC.

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"ally lily" Discussed on The ROI Podcast

The ROI Podcast

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"ally lily" Discussed on The ROI Podcast

"And how we would love to hear from you send us an Email to ROI pod. That's our P O D at UP y dot EDU because I can guarantee there are other leaders facing the same challenges or those of us who are just simply. Need some courage? So on today's show we are sitting down for a one on one interview with a strong leader who trains and consults top level executives. Her name is Emily Burma's. And she is the CEO and founder of Emily, Burma's and associates and executive coaching company who's trained executive teams at discover ally lily and other fortune one hundred companies, so Emily, thank you so much for taking some time to be on our show today. And I want to start by having you take us back before you started your organization and tell us how you found consulting to be your quote, unquote, sweet spot. Yeah. It was sort of accidental actually. So I was at pretty Fort Wayne for twelve years, and in that time, I got off the research track research, really depressed, me, frankly, you put a lot of work into studying a problem. That's really sad. And you never know if any of the information that you develop helps anybody, and so you're spending a lot of time studying the. Problem and no time saying if it makes a difference. So I found it really not very fun. And so I got off the research track and went onto the administration tracks, I ran a large program had about forty instructors that reported to me about twenty five hundred students this semester, taking the course today directed, and I found that to be really much more fun. But because I wasn't on the research track. I went onto the consulting track. And quite by accident. Someone called the university and asked you know, they had a problem they need someone to solve the university of pointing them to me I went in and didn't organizational assessment, and I just was on fire about it. I had so much fun doing it. And so or just organically over time my consulting practice grew. And at some point, you know, you've got a full-time practice consulting. And you've got a fulltime job at the university. And at some point you just have to say, I can't do more than this. And you just have to make the leap. So I made the leap to consult fulltime when the economy was tanking. I thought great time to just. The leap and I did. And it's it's been really really great had a really scary year. And there for sure, but the business took off in it's been it's been really wonderful since then as we talk about these difficulties that us leaders face day in and day out as a female leader in a predominantly male driven business culture talk about the difficulties you faced early on how you pushed through. Yeah. So. And I fell into this a little bit, right? I mean, I just started dabbling in consulting and just happened to love it. And because I live in a pretty small market. It's not like I go work for Booz Allen, right? I was qualified maybe. But I can't just pick up my family and move. So so I had to invent a firm build a firm in order to do what I want to do. But it was never my goal to be an entrepreneur. It was never my goal to own a business. It was never even my goal to be in business ballerina. So my life's a huge disappointment. But I think you know, the philosophy that I embrace, and I feel like it's a philosophy that women's sort of have to embrace that you have to just make yourself. Wildly uncomfortable every day because women more than men, and I haven't done this research. But I've I've read it often enough, you know, if females have four of five job qualifications. They won't apply. Four or five. If men have one out of five qualifications. They apply and they're mad if they don't get it. So I don't know if this is nature or nurture someone smarter than me is going to have to figure that out but females will themselves back because they're too timid about taking risk in general. There are certainly exceptions. But in general, and so I feel like my personal recipe has been if it scares me I'm going to say, yes..

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"ally lily" Discussed on The ROI Podcast

The ROI Podcast

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"ally lily" Discussed on The ROI Podcast

"And how we would love to hear from you send us an Email to ROI pod. That's our P O D at UP y dot EDU because I can guarantee there are other leaders facing the same challenges or those of us who are just simply. Need some courage? So on today's show we are sitting down for a one on one interview with a strong leader who trains and consults top level executives. Her name is Emily Burma's. And she is the CEO and founder of Emily, Burma's and associates and executive coaching company who's trained executive teams at discover ally lily and other fortune one hundred companies, so Emily, thank you so much for taking some time to be on our show today. And I want to start by having you take us back before you started your organization and tell us how you found consulting to be your quote, unquote, sweet spot. Yeah. It was sort of accidental actually. So I was at pretty Fort Wayne for twelve years, and in that time, I got off the research track research, really depressed, me, frankly, you put a lot of work into studying a problem. That's really sad. And you never know if any of the information that you develop helps anybody, and so you're spending a lot of time studying the. Problem and no time saying if it makes a difference. So I found it really not very fun. And so I got off the research track and went onto the administration tracks, I ran a large program had about forty instructors that reported to me about twenty five hundred students this semester, taking the course today directed, and I found that to be really much more fun. But because I wasn't on the research track. I went onto the consulting track. And quite by accident. Someone called the university and asked you know, they had a problem they need someone to solve the university of pointing them to me I went in and didn't organizational assessment, and I just was on fire about it. I had so much fun doing it. And so or just organically over time my consulting practice grew. And at some point, you know, you've got a full-time practice consulting. And you've got a fulltime job at the university. And at some point you just have to say, I can't do more than this. And you just have to make the leap. So I made the leap to consult fulltime when the economy was tanking. I thought great time to just. The leap and I did. And it's it's been really really great had a really scary year. And there for sure, but the business took off in it's been it's been really wonderful since then as we talk about these difficulties that us leaders face day in and day out as a female leader in a predominantly male driven business culture talk about the difficulties you faced early on how you pushed through. Yeah. So. And I fell into this a little bit, right? I mean, I just started dabbling in consulting and just happened to love it. And because I live in a pretty small market. It's not like I go work for Booz Allen, right? I was qualified maybe. But I can't just pick up my family and move. So so I had to invent a firm build a firm in order to do what I want to do. But it was never my goal to be an entrepreneur. It was never my goal to own a business. It was never even my goal to be in business ballerina. So my life's a huge disappointment. But I think you know, the philosophy that I embrace, and I feel like it's a philosophy that women's sort of have to embrace that you have to just make yourself. Wildly uncomfortable every day because women more than men, and I haven't done this research. But I've I've read it often enough, you know, if females have four of five job qualifications. They won't apply. Four or five. If men have one out of five qualifications. They apply and they're mad if they don't get it. So I don't know if this is nature or nurture someone smarter than me is going to have to figure that out but females will themselves back because they're too timid about taking risk in general. There are certainly exceptions. But in general, and so I feel like my personal recipe has been if it scares me I'm going to say, yes..

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"ally lily" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"ally lily" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"City is not safer articles from our TV six tongue business owners who are very bothered by the homeless issue and the panhandling. You've got our very own Abdul came shabas. He wrote about this the demise of downtown indie. This is Abdul. I don't blame. I m PD for these problems. I put this solely on the shoulders of the hawks administration. And it's seeming inability to tackle this problem effectively each year, the city announces a plan to address homelessness and panhandling. And each year. The problem seems to get worse and worse. Well, there are two different issues. There are two different issues. Homelessness is about drug use homelessness is about mental illness. There are some people who yes are homeless because of circumstance, and it'll be much easier to get them off the street and count them to get back to life some people. They want to be on the streets. I'm not saying, no panhandling. Get solved by willpower us demand. An end to it, you tell people they can't do it. You move them out. You arrest them if you have to and you keep doing it until they get tired of being bothered by you. Oh, and it would also help. If the citizens said, no to panhandling didn't give anybody on the street any money at all. And if confronted aggressively confront back now very much people are going to disagree with me on that one. However there there's an aggressive panhandling going on which there is it has to be dealt with your job is not to live in fear. They're not allowed to panhandle night. I'm not a believer in creating walls to solve problems. The panhandling should not be allowed in the city of Indianapolis. Just flat out you're not be allowed. If Indianapolis wants to be San Francisco. The answer is no let those elected officials moved San Francisco and run you don't get to make Indianapolis. San Francisco forget, you WAS FG Adamson. Vice president of the city county council the democrat. He's not interested in the cities interested in social Justice. Which is why he when ally lily janitors were were picketing and protesting. He worked to block traffic. He stood in the middle of the road to block traffic in Indianapolis. This you're elected Representative on the city county council not interested in what grows the city why he's also in favor of increasing the times of the parking meters. Zach Adamson wants the tax increase. He's pushing for it. He thinks that there's some morality to this. These social Justice warriors are always the same. The problem is it only proves how little they care about the city. Maybe she cared about the city. I the panhandling issue can be solved with willpower. So yes, you know, the paraphrase green arrow, Joe Hobson and his administration have failed the city. They have. That.

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