17 Burst results for "Aprases"
"aprases" Discussed on The Inquiry
"Virus like HIV doesn't stand still it mutates incredibly rapidly inside the human body. This means that over time it can become dangerously resistant to the drugs that would normally keep dormant. Lincoln country. I've been, you know, we've been starting seeing increasing level Aprases tents over the last set, say five years that Sylvia better. No Leo she works on HIV drug resistance, wealth Health Organization in Geneva between twenty fourteen and twenty seventeen eleven countries tested people starting the hundred dollar HIV treatment for the first time in six of those countries reported something frightening. So one patient out of Penn initiating therapy is already resistance to those drugs. That's before they even start taking the medication enrich countries. Drug-resistance isn't too serious problem. HIV patients a constantly monitored if their viral load the amount of HIV and that bloodstream starts to go up. They'll switched onto tentative more expensive drugs. The health isn't a -ffected and crucially the levels of virus in that blood remain low enough that they aren't infectious. The viral testing is really critical test and should be done every year for every patient on therapy, but viral testing is expensive and difficult to implement. So the reality is that only fifty percent of patient that should receive a viral actually receive it. So many HIV patients in poor countries. I'm shelters where realize they're becoming resistant to the hundred dollar drugs until they start to become visibly ill, which could take years by this point, often middle to be done for them because will turn into drugs a fall to expensive, a male of become infectious. Again, a may well have passed on their drug resistant strain of the virus to someone else. There's another issue driving up levels of drug resistance in these countries. The lack of drugs can lead to resistance emergent. It's like failing to complete a course of anti-biotics. Taking a break from the drugs allows the virus to mutate and become resistant to them even faster. So if there is an interruption to therapy because the patient decide to stop personal reason because the drugs are facilities level are not available. As a consequence of that, the virus becomes how familiar with drug. These interruptions can happen all sorts of reasons. Sometimes people simply can't get to the clinic and sub Saharan Africa, for example, it's not unheard of. People have to journey for more than twenty four hours to pick up their drugs and sometimes in certain countries that stock out are often occurring to drug stuck out it just it just runs out, runs out. Exactly. Just imagine you've been taking these lifesaving miracle pills several years. You've got the disease under control, and then you turn up to the clinic one day to get your medication. And it simply isn't that northern next day nor the we cost of that. Impact is drug resistance. Having on the number of affections and the number of deaths from HIV aids. If we don't take action is likely that we're going to see hundred thirty five thousand new death and hundred thousand new infection over the next five year all due to to Vedra resistance. In other words, it risks turning back the all some new and even cheaper drugs, making their way over to developing countries that are designed to help with resistance. But it remains to be seen how quickly be taken up. If Brazil was the aid success story of the nineteen ninety s we don't have to look very far afield tonight bring Venezuela to see what happens when a country's health system fails and drug stock outs really start to kick in..
"aprases" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Both yet i think that what i'm observing goes beyond that actually right so what larry diamond points out quite rightly is with democratic recession which means that organizations that freedom house which measure how democratic country is they do that every year have a database of the fate of democracy around for world and as you saying you saw this huge expansion after nine hundred eighty nine and now a lot of those democracies are making real steps backward and so for the last twelve years in each year more countries moved away from democracy then move towards that is they worrying and very concerning but i actually think that that and the place just howard we should be right now because what most of us i think most journalists most political scientists must ordinary citizens believed for a long time was that sure there are some democracies but are quite young with a fledgling that in poor countries don't have a deep democratic tradition where it's going to be difficult for democracy to survive kenya at the moment is struggling for democracy to survive and but it's tragic because it's an important country but it's not that surprising we knew that there would be some over a town country somewhat acquatic countries would democracy might never come dictator might survive for very long time we assume that there was a core set of countries where democracy was safe countries like the united states countries like germany where grew up countries like sweden countries in the language of science but had changed governments for free and fair elections more than a couple of times had gdp per capita of moving about fourteen thousand dollars in today's tom's now if all of our democracies but backsliding but different kinds ready to deport him aprases reggie recent democracies out be less worried but we actually seeing is that even countries like hungary which you know well because he lived there your wife was ambassador there but half had to change of government for free and fair elections that do have gdp per capita of fourteen thousand dollars evening those countries democracy is now at fred.
"aprases" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"It is operated by people and one of the things understand what i mean by trump aprases tundra stand that what we are seeing here's a breakdown not just of the president and not just of the white house staff and not just of the executive office of the presidency but there are a large systems of enabling jimmy carter face and democratic congress for four years bill clinton faced democratic congress for two years and both of them were checked and stymied in many ways george w bush are even with republicans found he was unable to achieve major parts of the program that he wanted to implement notably social security privatization through a congress of his own party but over past years and decades and especially since the great recession and the obama presidency we have seen the parties become much more parliamentary and the republican party in particularly so donald trump doesn't have much of an agenda of his own and he has struck a bargain with people in congress who do have agendas that he will sign bills that are very unpopular that probably certainly no democratic president would side probably few first term republican presidents would sign he will sign those bills if in return he has given protection for actions that no present in american history has ever dared undertake including running a massive global influence business while president i don't think it get it we all know but we keep forgetting that right now the president the united states is receiving millions of dollars of undisclosed payments we don't know how much from business partners worldwide their trump towers president trump did not build them but he licensed is celebrity name to them in manila in istanbul in four locations in india in the united arab emirates and the president receives checks how much we don't know how much are they as a portion of his income are these small medium larger almost everything we don't up what are the nature of the contacts he has with these foreign business partners we don't know we do know who they are.
"aprases" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Infrastructure we keep talking about infrastructure how are we going to come of is how's the trump administration i think a lot of democrats and republicans both know that we need an infrastructure bill we need to do it and of course it takes money to put that together we we novak but how do we use an infrastructure bill if we come with one i hope we will to tap the private money in america which you are very familiar with is a lot of it out there this looking for a better return on investment hi how do we do that rather than just let the government deal with infrastructure have you thought about that um we have thought about that the administration is put a lot of work into this and the president looks forward to releasing his infrastructure plan shortly and working with congress and i i agree with you that we should be looking at both federal money state money as well as private money as we look at infrastructure investment but but you need infrastructure bill from the standpoint of our future economy the infrastructure in this country so important to move goods people services in home trial be one of our top priorities i think it might be i i believe so yes uh the chairman gum cybersecurity um we know the in the information age everybody else in the world we know that we get benefits from this big benefits from modern information systems but they are subject to attack including our law enforcement pentagon treasury federal reserve and so forth this is an ongoing risk management the i don't know how we get to the bottom of it but but that is a big big challenge for all aprases got to be for treasury is it not it it it is and that's why it's one of my top priority senator.
"aprases" Discussed on WGTK
"Sixteen i thought victory yet barbecue kobe proventus the sylvia they draw people in a it's a real nice facility kind of an oval shake the silva got some sweets look at the top of course level nice sports andrew pilotless a six four junior from you don't like nails this operatives elaborate points per game is one starter poor glory conley garrison a 61 freshman for boulevard lozari africans died per contest john williams from employee a kansas is six one junior afrique's eighth hole picnic nor a six separate junior for willard facility africans five and other starter tyler when the school junior opportunity points or three point five reply go ahead and who sell pillar but probably reclaim boyega the other night red cross oscar rifle afflicts walk through your allergies 15point points gave another good metropolis sore jericho sick won't keep newport overhaul nebraska aprases separate points for peace pook allegiant insisted turnover ratio of course both of louisville rickie six ford sick leave our the laura albertini six points reports he had 10 points a seasonhigh southern revile the other night against us passive muttahar the flicked say to who for public phil celebrated story rebounded he also released the top retreat greek point field goal percentage 16 or other a fifty died said his top canada the to not only three points you'll goal percentage what if scoring field goal percentage of serious freethrow percentage at assist to turnover ratio your slorc one thousand fifty four points in his career thirty switch sloppy all five close to just five dry bread arab vukwane here guiding guy through two thousand with stories the officials tonight are poor why aren't you you're throwing pay four marcus yossi rogen we're about ready to get this debacle way partner anticipated after feller quickly the other night oversaw the catholic back rafael loss two parts like heart government huge cut you off the other night probelem coaches a couple of the coaches said it's the day before was the best practice aid had all year and then touchdown ford said that last night was the greatest films such an he's ever had since he's been here so i don't know i won all that means in a film session but uh i don't know you could in the few vow in an old yeah.
"aprases" Discussed on WLOB
"Common well yeah i would say i'll put it under um one umbrella there either run by ten warned dictators there either run by ten or dictators or communist regimes or they are corrupt aprases when executive be in webster it ought to be corrupt was imminent the there is no other word really that fits other than that you can have a republic supposedly there's no such thing as democracy in this world people's keeps in democracy add if this i know i'm and i'm from the nitpicker society but we're not a democracy this is not a democratic form of government this is a republic so you talk about the well seat that's the problem they don't want to say that because you would say we live in a a a republic and people thing that sounds too much like republican and then they go what we on yeah now we don't we don't live in a republic we're not republicans yes we are we are republicans i mean small larr we are republicans were not a democracy anyway if you don't know the distinction i can't well i'll tell you the mont look democracy is is everybody votes on everything they've tried that before in history i think the greeks or somebody tried that and it just didn't work not very long can you imagine every bill becomes they don't have a congress is just we're going to vote on everything that's a democracy we are a representative republic a constitutional republic over your any way we're not a democracy but that's he neither here nor there this guy thinks that all of the republic's that are capitalist are the problem and not these 10 warned dictators or the communist regimes of the socials who seemed like venezuela all their wonderful folks see folks capitalism breed success and success cleans up its omiss that's why you don't see a bunch of crap in a nice neighborhood you can break it down to that microcosm of a city we are where's all the trash it's on as a johnny rivers one said the poor side of town that's where the trash is that's where the graffiti is that's where the unkempt yards are that's where the disabled vehicles are in the.
"aprases" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Let me tell you folks they have one thing in common well yeah i would say i'll put it under um one umbrella there either run by ten horned dictators there either run by ten warned dictators or communist regimes or they are corrupt aprases one is going to be in webster it ought to be corrupt bokros's eminent the there is no other word really that fits other than that you can have a republic supposedly there's no such thing as democracy in this world people's keeps in democracy and as i said this i know i'm and i'm from the nitpicker society but we're not a democracy this is not a democratic form of government this is a republic so you talk about the uh well seat that's the problem they don't want to say that because you would say we live in a uh a a republic and people thing that sounds too much like republican and then they go what will you know we don't we don't live it a republic we're not republicans yes we are we are republicans i mean small larr we are republicans we're not a democracy anyway if you don't know the distinction i can't well i'll tell you the mont look democracy is is everybody votes on everything they've tried that before in history i think the greeks or somebody tried that and it just didn't work not very long can you imagine every bill the comes they don't have a congress has just we're going to vote on everything that's a democracy we are a representative republic a constitutional republic over your anywhere we're not a democracy but that's heat new here of their this guy thinks that all of the republic's that are capitalist or the problem and not these 10 warned dictators or the communist regimes of the socials who seems like venezuela all their wonderful folks see folks capitalism breeds success and success cleans up its own mess that's why you don't see a bunch of crap in a nice neighborhood you can break it down to that microcosm of a city we are where's all the trash it's on as a johnny rivers one said the poor side of town that's where the trash is that's where the graffiti is that's where the unkempt yards are that's where the disabled vehicles are in the front yard and the washing machine is on the front porch that where all that stuff is that is not.
"aprases" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"At transactions and it's just so the post uh trump russia hysteria a citibank heirs on the side of reporting everything and so if if sergei kislyak you know went to the atm and took out two hundred dollars for his groceries they would report that on welcoming asta stopping their roof while i completely agree to these all these being oculus just because there is a suspect is i can report is i mean you dining law but i will stay with our understanding of what city did end men on how treasure what tracked treasure has passed a law the fbi is that they weren't these are not they're not flagging is normal bank these are he took out twenty bucks to hop on the metro or he you know dinner at mcdonald's or wherever he prefers to eat these those sort of things arnaout's uh horror what citibank is flower okay but but but you agree that he added that it possible that in the current environment they are somewhat over reporting any anything they can't explain barra's absolutely believe at one hundred percent okay i'm so were possibility number one transactions all legitimate they just look weird 'cause we don't understand what they are an in cities under no obligation to report to them and they are where they are as it that's absolutely right that could be you don't technical there so second possibility is i it's pretty garden variety putin corruption that is we know this is a kleptocracy and kleptocracies half to get money to the people they're gonna pay off and wire transfers and you got to do that through the banking system and so what you're actually seeing here is graft right that was suggested to us by numerous former and thousands of events one of the first things they brought was look this is this is that i'm going to court source here simply the goal russia mountains eight this is over a wideranging photography and this is how aprases operate it got to move money all across the world aiming are absolutely nothing to do with all their interference store their investigation but this normal sort of run of the mill grabbed growth.
"aprases" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"And especially if they would join with him in shutting down an investigation into the russia attack on american democracy do you buy the idea that michael wolff uh advanced in his book that trump not only didn't expect to win the election but didn't want to win the election because one of the questions that arises for me is if the bargain is uh uh you get your policy and you protect me from wrongdoing by you wonder why the president would emerge on the public stage a like he did in the first place like like every journalist in washington i was enthralled by the wolf book by the mike wolf systematically asks the wrong questions and produces unhelpful answers additonal trump want to be president as the wrong question because you can't understand on a trump unless you understand that people like him are rising power in all the democratic countries we have a global crisis of democracy it is takes different forms the united states in the form that has taken france were in austria or in poland or hungary or turkey but it's the it's the same challenge everywhere and and so when i this phrase trump aprases a way of making people understand that we came of age many of us in a world in which from between 1990 in two thousand five it look like democracy was on the march the world was becoming freer more countries robbing elections democracy was coming to places that are never had it before east asia and latin parts of latin america and since two thousand five it has been on the retreat since two thousand fifteen it's been faster treating and a disease that seemed once confined to the semi developed countries has leapt from the poland's in hungary's into the france's and the united states but before i uh explore uh that idea let me go back to the second part of your book that is the part that occurs after donald trump is attained the presidency you believe as i understand it that he is doing harm to american institutions uh uh that we have come to take for granted explain what you mean by that.
"aprases" Discussed on WRLR 98.3 FM
"Entertained if they are we've done our oh yes that's it does a great job at said let's talk sports and stuff well i do want to thank people like rod who's been around for uh six seven years thanks for that uh great stuff from new york that you proxy the attitude from new york at a site type we kinda wonder what he moved in a where he's gone which self with us but he's got the a stiff layer the rangers gives it a little dog with more new york we thank mad who came on board days of five years i can't records but that longer ready came out on his return uh at also announced at his rallies as own showdown it a standingroomonly on monday night editors pete we think the you sit yeah standing room only visit okay so mckay advertising assault now you've got sitting new sitting room all fake notes standard volleyball we said that i was going to throw in it also takes to people like ashton who's now will promote wonky becky he serious mass aprases up milwaukee to as well as some other injured where to get some more believer not uh in the coming weeks that you guys don't even know about as of yet to sell wa at all i guess all our guest we've had been part of the show with fact there may be a couple of guests that might show up your meeting to her nuns uh elected oldie are you know on alexa prices you don't like some uh well we're gonna start off sports this morning with the highest human chicago right now believe it or not but that's us without us well the scottish shoals right now but by but this only way but you've ever seen it professional sports.
"aprases" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"That that was one of the key that was one of the key malaria day and and i think reagan in general just believe that that big bit her whether it big corporations the big media uh like thatcher they believe that big would often the enemy of of individual liberty that the bigger thumping got big government big business big media the bigger it got the left accountable a became to the people uh and so and that very much and the same day dan of what trump believe that malan median by company that really the lifeblood of the country we have to make sure that whatever policy if we pat really help and benefit down i think both of those presidents loro were really against what we call crony capitalism crony capitalism which is where you get your big government your big night in should big corporations which i call corp aprases right and they get this smartest best paid lobbyists and they carveout special interest privileges for themselves um i think trump is very much against that i think reagan was very much against that it's not easy to succeed to overturn that but i we saw parallel there same way in fact reagan's taxcutting came from lore he was he want everybody to keep more of what they are and and i hear the same thing from trump and there is a great story back in 1980 and eighty campaign where one of his advisors with talking about um john connolly who quite one of the primary challenger and the gop gop any federal hanoi now colleague from texas he's got all the money from wall street in the reagan cooperate or pretty then uh if it early nineteen eighty and he and he fed any shot back at the adviser and he said you know something i don't care i'd rather any day of the week i'd rather have main treat and wall street on my thought and that that.
"aprases" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Rely on some church sponsorship not room which i think is is another issue so i think that's one of the things that attracts some people to scouting is there is a religious capone and they make no bones about i mean i mean they're it and that turns up a lot of people who otherwise would join the girl scouts to be honest you know i mean there are some some groups that want to see their kid in a scouting program that had the religious operation but that's called choice and that's what a beautiful aprases all about here's there should be secular groups and there should be nonsecular the other thing i will say about the scouts in and i observe this i have a young little cub scout they say the pledge of allegiance they they salute they have respect an if if this publicly correct society infiltrates too much to the point where they said you know what we're going to give these people a choice they don't have to say the pledge of allegiance that is going too far so i hope that they can maintain some sort of sanity here because i actually think bell vowing girls is insane i might add curious as to where this whole thing also plays out because like i can say the uh four but part part of the boy scout experience he is the camping things and things like that now they've already said that they're they're not gonna loko at camping now i'm putting my lawyer hat and trying to picture how this works out let's say you've got a troop twenty boys five girls and all right the eu kepco at camping so there's not a parents take five girls on a camping trip they can't go with the boys so then how long it's going to be before lawsuit about how are discriminating because you're treating that you know you're excluding mackerel may have from campsites within the campground and well the mound this is cetera whatever okay what about this what about those because the don't identify with either gender and and i know i.
"aprases" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"To police officer not heat gear up to that withdrawal so i wish that we have leaders not just of the black community but all across the united states of america to stand up for the rule of law and tell people not take to the streets because this was not about a mob aprases i call by two today there's a lot going on at the united nations the presents coded address new a joe cole at north korean iran and try to address the iranian people to say we got your back i'm not sure how he's going to relay that he's also going to rip the un n wait like he did nato reportedly about the way they spend the bureaucracy and the potential which they're not reaching what else would you like to hear him say well ethic is so important for the president to talk about widely regarded patients were created as a collective security organisation and if you understand what the first uh major threat the first major challenge to the united nations oil to north korea when they of dated south korea 1950 and so he should say look at how we have come right back to the exact same point and and just just talk about what should be the purpose will this organization in that you could topic at to the old saying about uh you know the growth of what caracas sri all these progressive agenda items that they're looking for the fact that they could threaten to vote down against israel border anyone else you know the hypocrisy of having countries like saudi arabia libya on our human rights commission of holding out at basis been look at what we're doing it as fours or raw we're not condemning iran will allow they want to sit there that whole look at north korea nor career will have a delegation there that delegation should be expelled so i think it's very important that he challenges the united nations and bring out their hypocrisy and uh ed the fact that they've dole stamp well what they were originally created to be and you know what the.
"aprases" Discussed on First Things First
"Is these big black kid 64 college basketball player alls friend bestball teammates paisley all of them other pretty big black kids we had the means where we could give him a car i was like i'm gonna give you a car man i'll pay for the irs like just not i just did it wasn't just because you could be pulled over by the cop but that that that's the math i had to do that when the math my parents did with me that was they might be worried about if i was going to drink and drive i'm reward about other things and the one other people when they talk about capper neograft lead to protest and people like to point out oh how much as racism affected you you're rich and famous man in that moment when michael bennett slain facedown say saying observer sir demeaning himself to that police officer done matter how riches on metal famous use matters he's viewed as a threat and i mean it's heartbreak use the word crippling which i think is a is a great word and i think in today's dane age in is to watch that happened to see video of that happening to see him respecting the police aprases did and before you eve and obviously i can't relate to raising an african american child i can't but the other day i heard hermet words talk about any and i'm i'm shocked to see almost hear the exact same store you talked about when talking to durant durant talking about how he taught his son what to do should he ever get pulled over by a police officer and it was more than just put your hands on the steering wheel he taught his son you put your hands outside the car you pull over you stop you take both hands their outside the car so there's there's there's no doubt what you are doing and what you have and what not and i was blown away by that and then i sat down and heard you my friend who i'd i had no idea have a very similar conversation with your so it is minds cajun's frank newman colmes loan force.
"aprases" Discussed on Mentoring Moments
"I'm going to write it as much as i can right i we'll speak for you but at some point you i would assume that you realize that that you couldn't get exactly what you wanted you couldn't get those positions but how do you use that to move it forward then you're up against the fbi and there's so much you can do and is that one step in front of the other dugs doesn't happen overnight shut a joint evidence all wrong i'm not making any excuses for but when we're living in those societies and improve your aprases and corporations there is a reality that we are dealing with but stepping up and filing that complaint is huge that is huge and that just goes back to being the young woman who said i'm not going out there hurt by myself rip is the guys were going to be careful yeah i'd standing up for really what you believe in so when you left the fbi joining us when add to that story any other thought you were an ad and on the ordering i'll add is that i i was happy with the resolution and i was also happy that in the time that that was percolating within the system to other women were assigned to assist illegal at a shame positions in pakistan and india of that's great that you impacted them but i don't know i can't claim credit for that but like all i will play let them know when for pakistan to become the legal attache in sinai yemen so huge steps but that is so even if you didn't claim credit for it's the moves that you make and other women like you make that make those things happen for other women and ideally it would have been that you got what you needed and wanted a deserved and they got it too but eventually.
"aprases" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Um and he came from a from northern ohio as as they are to uh know you know the air also started the first black quarterback in notredame history clift brown uh and he had some great quarterbacks could cook wasn't one of them but he did start uh the arab ever had you weren't who won the heisman trophy and then at terry hanratty for three years and then had uh seismic for three years and that tom clements for three years so yeah let's let's uh a succession of all americans playing quarterback for almost his entire uh 10year at notre dame um any developed very good wide receivers jack snow we're going to pol seymour who he with hand ready there they beat purdue i don't remember this and the like probably sixty six maybe they'd be purdue and then at a nationally televised game purdue had a great day was aprases producing and and uh i think it was buck receive and and they be purdue on national tells or christian ankle calling the game in the next week around the uh uh hanratty and see more on the cover of time magazine them there for forgotten uh you know as as sophomores because they were notredame football players that's that's the whole that notredame had on on the american sporting consciousness and one sarah left i think the mystique went with them because uh dan devine was many things but he had no mystique and he wasn't a very nice guy and and.
"aprases" Discussed on Double Toasted
"It would be it would be funny ours but the kids the report says that they fill little endangered and they said here that lieutenant scott make feasible person was springfield police departments there friday over the phone that a lot on the cold donahue who was twenty seven years old still young but to got demo doing this they said that she admitted to aprases that she was torn kids bahana white ford taurus in a wagon attach with the rope even at five miles power are you gotta do is just stopped abruptly and then kids and you'll your grew so as any reasoning russia the yeah fucking idiot basilwa you know this back she might say because it was born she's the they don't really say why they they don't say that there was any alcohol or drugs embalmed is just plain stupidity and even when to link i think taking care of the especially those ages and being i mean our mother by taking care of that those ages have children day after day after day you get tired and you obviously you renata shift to do with them it's almost like she was like what can i do get him out of the house that you know i don't have to walk around and be active so let's say you think this was she silicon at their freeze either i know that it's exhausting and you get to where he was like what can i do that is going to entertain them keep them safe and i don't want to plot energy and a good daniel you've picked at us but without causing a winter weather i know i gotta gotta agree with daniel as far as you note though the mother your whoever their mother was trying to be the coup moms they would use of the venture is let's try this you know what i mean is one of those things where she thinks she meant to do anything wrong no vacant her mind she took that was going to be fun for them to do.