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01:50 min | 1 year ago

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"December. 1st, by the way, doesn't feel like it sixties to start forties to finish later on today, we may actually see some sun as well. Numbers they can be deceiving. And health officials in Massachusetts say the daily covert case count likely is because of the Thanksgiving holiday. That's surprisingly, it appears. Massachusetts residents were busy watching football and hanging out with the family over the Thanksgiving weekend. Not many were getting tested for the virus, at least compared to some of the numbers. We've seen. This latest update from the state Department of Public Health shows results from only around 29,000 tests. They show 1166 new covert cases, but hospitalizations didn't take a holiday. That number continues to climb above 1000 with 1174 covert patients in hospitals across the Commonwealth. 244 in the ICU with ICU beds at about 50% capacity. Now there were 25 deaths reported, among confirmed cases, bringing that number to 10,512. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio. Hope runs high with a possible Corona virus vaccine, which could be approved by the FDA. In just a couple of weeks. Visor has already shipped millions of doses. And Cambridge Biotech. Moderna is next in line, the CDC gets to formally decide who gets the shot. First debate begins today, but the pressure is on now. ABC is Mona Co star Abdi tells US medical workers and hospitals are feeling the heat. Rhode Island Field hospitals begin admitting patients this week because every hospital in the state is now full. I'm very disappointed that we've come to this place in California. The governor is considering new state home orders. Prevent hospitals from getting overwhelmed by Christmas outside New York City. More than 200 nurses plan to go on strike today, demanding more staff When they look at a patient in the bed. They see dollar signs..

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02:07 min | 1 year ago

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"From right across the river way already excited about what this could mean for patients, and we're working very closely with oppression well, speed to get this in the hands off. Americans had a CEO Stepan Ban cell of Cambridge Biotech Moderna on CNBC this morning. The company is about to go to the FDA for emergency approval for its vaccine candidate. It has spent a billion dollars of the government's money in operation Warp speed to get their four million covert cases in America in November alone, and the month is not over Yet. This could be just the tip of the proverbial iceberg as well. Dr Anthony Fauci warns the Thanksgiving fall out could produce a surge on top of a served as millions of Americans had home after Thanksgiving. Health officials say they fear the worst of the pandemic is yet to come. Dr Anthony Fauci on ABC is this week. We have to be careful now because they're almost certainly is going to be an uptick because of what has happened with the travel and when you get back home, if it's possible to quarantine yourself for a period of time, or even get tested to make sure that you're not bringing infection back, Doctors say cases could take days or weeks to show up. Dave Packer. ABC News, Massachusetts continues to be hit and hit hard by covert 19 the virus, of course, surging and still, people have been traveling in droves for the holiday. WBC's James RoHaas it Logan Airport tells us many Are still returning home the T s a screen to some two million travelers over the weekend. It's something health officials were hoping not to see after people were advised to avoid traveling for the holiday, as well as gathering with different households. Now Lily is an Emerson College student who's flying out to Atlanta for extended winter break. She's meeting with family but says it would be slightly ignorant. Not to be concerned about traveling or gathering during a pandemic. We're having a small gathering with myself. Included were only four. She's among the few others I spoke to this morning who say they're limiting the number of people allowed a Thanksgiving dinner at Logan James RoHaas WBZ Boston's NewsRadio, It has been said sometimes a single word can define an entire era..

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"cambridge biotech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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03:42 min | 1 year ago

"cambridge biotech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Could be up in the blow sixties once again, never a dull moment here in greater Boston Sunshine 49 degrees at 905 reality is beginning to set in at the White House that the Trump administration is entering its final days. Even the president has gotten close to admitting defeat but refuses to concede president from briefly tweet hinted acceptance of the possibility that Joe Biden might have won the election. But that did not last former president Obama talked about it on 60 minutes. When you look at the numbers objectively, Joe Biden will have won handily to reverse the outcome of the election. So Mr Obama told Scott Pelley, I'm more troubled by the fact that other Republican officials who clearly no better are going along with this are Humoring him in this fashion just before midnight, Mr Trump tweeted again, claiming he won Tom Foti. CBS NEWS Washington Meantime, President Trump's legal team has dropped a major portion of its lawsuit against Pennsylvania's vote count, which could have affected more than half a million ballots. The president still not conceding spending part of this weekend on the golf course and on Twitter, blaming the fake news media for his loss. Recapping our top story this morning. Preliminary results show a new Corona virus vaccine from Cambridge Biotech Moderna is almost 95% effective in phase three trials. CBS News chief medical correspondent, Dr John Lapu company president, Dr Steven Ho got the results from an independent safety board. It took my breath away for a minute on my had to catch myself. Among 30,000 participants receiving the two does Madonna vaccine There were a total of 95 cases of Symptomatic Cove. It all but five were in the placebo arm meeting. The vaccine was 94.5% effective. There were no reports of serious side effects. Moderna is sir, part of the federal government's Operation War. Speed, and the company has been partnering with the National Institutes of Health more now from WBC's Drew Mulholland. I know In many ways, it seems like this pandemic is lasting forever, but expect the vaccine movement to pick up quickly. Large scale manufacturing of the moderate A vaccine has been underway for some time before we even have this phase Three Data Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar speaking this morning about the Moderna News, which came a week after similar news by Fizer, Darren and other companies were able to gather a diverse group of trial participants, which is crucial. To ensuring that we have a vaccine that works for all Americans. And if this all sounds historic to you, Yep, it is absolutely unprecedented to have two vaccines with highly promising data from base three trials less than a year after the global emergence of a novel Pathogen. Progress Drew Mo Holland, WBC Boston's news radio. Let's find out what this news is doing to stocks this morning. It's 908 we check out Bloomberg business. Here's Tom Busby. Well, Jeff, it looks like we're going to kick off the new week with some big gains on Wall Street. The S and P 500 already in a fresh record high and Dow futures now a 464 points, thanks in large part to that blowout. Covert 19 vaccine results and test trials by Moderna Manufacturing in New York state expanded this month, but it rose at the slowest pace in three months. The average price for used car rose nearly 10% in October. That's about 2200 bucks more per vehicle, according to I see cars, demand decide, but inventories of new and used cars are low. That's because the covert 19 related shutdowns that automakers earlier this year which also prevented a lot of trade ins, I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. Fighting over numbers on Beacon Hill continues. Budget crunchers are set to get to work this week. Details coming up. It's 909.

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"cambridge biotech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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03:09 min | 1 year ago

"cambridge biotech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To put out that fire to prevent it from spreading to other homes across the country. The covert 19 numbers are stark has a virus surgeon ghost? Nearly the entire nation cases per day are rising in 49 states deaths per day in 39, about a month ago. They were roughly 730 Cove in 19 deaths on average daily. There are now nearly 1000 and more than 240,000 in total new cases are at an all time high of more than 120,000 Day. Over the past week long time Trump Advisor Corey Lou in Taos Key testing positive for coronavirus. Lukowski has tested positive for Rota virus. We were told, according to a source familiar with his diagnosis that he is feeling fine, not feeling any noticeable symptoms at this point right now, Lou in density of one of three top administration officials who attended an election night party at the White House. Who's now tested positive the other to include White House chief of Staff Mark Meadows and Housing Secretary Ben Carson. In productive Rhode Island, W P Ri is reporting another covert spike is impacting the city's fire department, as officials say a dozen firefighters have tested positive after several members tested positive back in April. Multiple sources within the department site poor ventilation in firehouses and lack of barriers between beds and sleeping quarters that may have Contributed to the spread with Thanksgiving just two weeks away. Some may be flying for the occasion. Hearing more today, though, on the lengths that airlines will go to in order to make their passengers where mass on board planes, all of the major airlines air blacklisting passengers who refused to wear a mask on board. They then won't be able to fly. That airline is mounting science. Reiterates of masks make a difference in preventing spread of Cove in 19. Delta Airline CEO has sent a letter to employees obtained by ABC News, saying Delta has added 550 passengers to its no fly list for refusing to comply with mass girls on board at Bastion, saying with Rising cove in 19 cases in the U. S. It appears it's going to be a tough winter ahead like Stone ABC News, a Dorchester man facing charges after allegedly assaulting an M P T, a bus driver who had asked him to put on a mask. According to transit police 19 year old Daniel Rodriguez boarded a bus in Quincy without a mask, and when the driver told them put one on, he coughed in his face and claimed that he had covert 19 and then refused to get off. The Boston assaulted the driver allegedly with a choc a bloc. Rodriguez is in custody charges, including assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. His officers say. He also had a warrant out for his arrest in East Boston for assault and battery. 308 we head off the Wall Street on this Thursday. The time is ticking away toward the closing ballot, Andrew Oh, day at Bloomberg Day. Maybe can't come soon enough. Yeah, indeed, Most stocks falling, although shares of companies that did well during the early pandemic are rising as covert cases rise again right now, the Dow falling 473. NASDAQ Down 115 SB 500 Down 53. One of the outline is today is Mo Derna Shares up about 5%. The Cambridge Biotech with the Koven vaccine in trials says a threshold number of infections has occurred, meaning results can begin to be analyzed..

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"cambridge biotech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:43 min | 1 year ago

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"Senator Kamala Harris today on the campaign trail, the Running mate, Joe Biden criticizing President Trump for trying to dismantle the affordable care act. Harris asking the audience at a campaign stop to show support that she says people are at risk of losing their health insurance. You know, somebody was diabetes. If you love somebody with high blood pressure, huh? If you know somebody with breast cancer honk if you know somebody with Lupin, California Senator speaking at a drive in voting mobilization event in Phoenix. President Donald Trump was supposed to travel North Carolina due to some campaign tonight that's been canceled now because of inclement weather, the president and his challenger Joe Biden, both appealing to voters Today in Florida. Candidates appearing hours apart in Tampa on area known for rapid residential growth, considered to be a battleground state, too. In the presidential election, 3 38 were after Wall Street. Now Andrew a day is that Bloomberg closing in on the closing bell and still holding on to those gains? Yeah. Games right around 1 to 2% for socks this afternoon. Dow up 243. NASDAQ Up to 25 S and P 500 Gaming 52 Investors cheered by the latest GDP numbers showing the US economy grew a record annual pace of 33.1% in the third quarter, but Fellas the record drop in the second quarter, also helping stocks this afternoon talk from Washington from both the White House and the House speaker that the effort to strike a financial stimulus deal could restart just after the election, no matter its outcome. Cambridge Biotech Modern getting a boost after Dr Fount E said we might have the data on it's Kobe 19 vaccine in just a few weeks more. Daren also is reporting better than expected revenue for last quarter shares have jumped almost 10%. And you rode a Bloomberg Business on W. B z Boston's news rating trusted.

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02:53 min | 1 year ago

"cambridge biotech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Says there are priority. There are highest concern when they've literally been kicked out of school again. Feel that I can't do anything more now that this is up to me. It's just heartbreaking. Wallace mentioned the schools can go back to a hybrid model once the city sees two weeks of decreasing numbers. Conversely, though, if those numbers continue to rise, he said, there could be more restrictions coming. For industries, including restaurants and hair salons and boy did they rise this week, the positivity rate in Boston soaring to 5.7% alright, also reversing course on the South shore after three weeks in the red zone that high risk for covert transmission. Plymouth reverts back to step one of Phase three in the States Economic Recovery plan. What does that mean? It means restaurant can only sit six at a table, not 10 Bar seating band again, Even if you're eating Fitting rooms in Plymouth closed on Lee 50 people together outside inside only 25. Jenna, wait, and we're joined now by Bloomberg's Tracy Junkie. Good Morning, Tracy. Good morning, Lori, just in from Cambridge Biotech that is part of the race to develop on Cove in 19 vaccine. The Moderna says it has completed enrollment in this late stage study. That's 30,000 people and more than 25,000 of them have received their second round of the vaccine at this point. Wall Street likes this news. Modernise stock is rising, almost 4%. The rest of Wall Street is up. But not exactly getting carried away. The Dow is rising 22 points. The NASDAQ is up 70 S and P up five points. I'm Tracy Junkie Bloomberg Business on W. B Z Boston's news radio before you make up your mind. Listen to us. Boston's Oh, boy, your front door looks like this when it could look like this were right window and door. A new front door is an amazing thing. The right one improves the entire look of your house and at right window and door. We make sure you get the right one. We come over with this fancy shmancy software. Sit down in your dining room, table and match. Aton adore styles to a pic of your house. Yes, White. Right through. No, no. Why, like that, that what is good at glass removed the brass customize it right on the spot done. It's like dating app for doors on Lee better than a dating app because when you finally meet the door, it actually looks like the picture right now, say 50% of the cost of door installation with free financing for 18 months, So make an appointment with right window because your house will be closer to perfect when you match it with a perfect front door. Call 806 49 36 100 quality products professionally installed for the right price. Right window and door. There's.

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02:10 min | 2 years ago

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"To you by window world of Boston. Moderna hits up Wall Street with its second quarter earning result tomorrow, and it looks like it's going to be another good report. The Cambridge Biotech is in the middle of a nearly $1 billion deal with the federal government to come up with a Corona virus vaccine, and it has been that development that has tripled the company's stock price. So far this year. Critics, though they will point to the fact that Moderna, despite launching the most successful biotech IPO ever, does not yet have any products on the market that that could change, though, if it's covert vaccine works by early next year, changes in the cards for one of the oldest gun makers in America, Smith and Wesson is about to be a spinoff of its parent company, and we'll go it alone. Shareholders have approved the break up, which will create two distinct cos the Other focused on outdoor products it becomes official on Monday. Springfield's Smith and Wesson change it same four years ago, coming under the umbrella as a division of American outdoor brands. The gun maker has been in business since 18 52 and has some 1600 employees in Springfield. We have more New England business Now, with Bloomberg's Karen Moscow Well, Wall Street behemoths may be too big to fail. Many black owned banks have proven too small to succeed the largest one United Bank in Boston, quickly attracted $50 million of new deposits after the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Get even with that additional money. One. United Bank is only an Asterix in the wider banking industry. JP Morgan Shay says more than 150 branches that air each bigger than all of one United Adidas extended CEO Casper or Stats contract by five years, saying he's focused the company on sustainable growth and boosted profitability. Adidas is the parent company of Boston based Reebok and Providence based International Game Technology reported revenue for the second quarter that beat the highest analysts estimate Bloomberg's camera in Moscow with their England business on W. B z Boston's NewsRadio in 6 28 Coming up the latest on, say s investors want steady cash flow and safety and our I A.

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01:42 min | 2 years ago

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"You can even donate Karen Regal W B Z Boston's NewsRadio and happening Right now. Another major league baseball game has been postponed today. Reports are coming in from the MLB beat reporters. That a positive cove in 19 test is going to force the postponement of the Brewers and Cardinals game Today. It was set to be played in Milwaukee Thie Fillies and the Marlins have already been postponed for the upcoming weekend. It is 9 49 That's the story we'll be tracking for you as well today, also happening elsewhere. Corona virus concerns mean graduating seniors at Whitman Hanson Regional High School, We'll miss and in person ceremony that was Originally set for today. The president of Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston steps down from the board of directors at Cambridge Biotech Moderna that company are working on a is working on a Corona virus vaccine. Doctor Elizabeth made l under conflict of interest speculation for a stock sale that brought in 6.5 $1,000,000. Maur and Mohr. Boston office workers will do the work from home thing, apparently for the rest of this year. The Globe reports. Wayfair Tufts Health Plan and Blue Cross Blue Shield among those extending remote office hours till 2021 federal prosecutors back down, paving the way for Michael Cohen to publish a tell all book on President Trump. Cohen, who once said he'd take a bullet for the president under home confinement now to finish off a prison sentence on campaign finance charges. Couple of pop stars will be all dressed up today and no place to go tonight, CBS News correspondent Deborah Rodriguez explains Lady.

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01:37 min | 2 years ago

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"Store only offer ends 81 discount applies to lowest priced items while supplies last staples miking W. P. Z's traffic on the three's alright, well, it's very warm out there. So air conditioning the name of the game tonight and some ice cream after dinner, possibly always a good idea. We've got temperatures cooling off tonight slightly to about 80 degrees. If you're right off the water 75 for the low tonight, though, if you're right by the beach for tomorrow, there is a chance of some showers or severe storms making their way through in the afternoon and maybe in the evening hours as well right around dinner time, So we'll keep you posted on that right here on W B Z. Other hot day for sure, Tomorrow High near 94 really feels pushing 100 again here Wednesday. Sunny skies a high approaching 90. Not quite a swarm Thursday, even cooler still, with the high in the upper eighties. This's W B C news Radio 10 30 where the news watch never stops. Pulling off a little bit right now in the city of Boston. More 93 degrees, but it still feels like 98 out there. Good evening to you. I'm Nicole Davis here. The five things you need to know at 6 45 Baystate Cruise company has been issued a cease and desist order from the city of Boston and the state's Labor standards Department. It's ferry to Provincetown to was seen packed over the weekend. DPH reporting 182 new cases of covert 19 and Massachusetts seven new deaths Hospitalizations are down today. Resident Trump in North Carolina this afternoon, hailing progress from a Cambridge biotech Moderna in the race for a vaccine on Senate Republicans have rolled out their version of the next.

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

"cambridge biotech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is on the tube in bridge. But beyond that, you're good to go up through Saugus and Lynnfield on the Mass Turnpike. So far so good. My King W B Z is traffic on three say weather is warm and it is going to continue that way for the next couple of days. All right, I lied a little bit. It's hot. It's really hot. 95 to the upper nineties around the region today warm temperatures tonight 75 day T hot tomorrow and it's gonna feel even hotter as the humidity kicks up a nodule of sunshine temperatures mid nineties. Real fields would be near 100 for tomorrow. The record high tomorrow in Boston's 99 we may get close but probably won't reach it, and then we'll get some thunderstorms in here tomorrow afternoon and evening. Cool things down, Although not all that much is the humidity will lower, but the temperatures will still be close to 90 on Wednesday, with sunshine sunning clouds Thursday high of 87 This is W B. Z use Radio 10 30 where the news watch never stops. Good afternoon. I've been Parker. Here are the five things you need to know. At 3 45 Governor Charlie Baker urging people not to let their guard down about Corona viruses. The state sees a slight uptick in cases. Cambridge Biotech Moderna begins late stage clinical trials of its covert 19 vaccine candidate and stocking Moderna is soaring today about 9.5%. Brock demands arrested at his hospital bed for a crash earlier this month on Route three and Pembroke that killed a woman. Miami Marlins home openers off after more than a dozen team members tested positive for Corona virus, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow revealing some of what is in the Upcoming Senate Corona virus stimulus plan It's expected to release later this afternoon. Put $1200 checks out which for a family of four could be significantly higher. Carlo telling reporters at the White House, the economy is actually starting to come back as a housing boom going on. There's a auto sales and production are booming. The tracking story continues.

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03:22 min | 2 years ago

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"It's all coming to a crashing end tomorrow as temperatures will stay in the upper seventies toe low eighties that'll feel nice back into the humidity as we head towards the upcoming weekend, so the steamy summer Continues here in Boston. It's 82 simply beautiful right now. Here in the city, 905 or 904 Rather, it soon will be 905 is certainly tough out there These days. Millions of Americans know all about that, being off the job and job cuts. Are coming to a British institution as well. And this will be the first time it's happened in 500 years Offensive all dates in the 12 28 yeoman warder, otherwise known as a beefeater, giving a tour of the Tower of London, which the yeoman have guarded since 14 85 and they're decorative, red and black tunics. They are instantly recognisable. But the tower was among the London landmarks forced to close during the pandemic, and without that visitor income, they're struggling to pay the bills. At least one Beefeater has already accepted voluntary redundancy and forced layoffs may soon follow the first in 500 years. Vicki Barker, CBS News London Numbers are also staggering here. More than 14 million people all around the world have been infected with Corona virus. The United States. Of course, the planet's leader, and the race is speeding up to find an effective vaccine. There are at the moment three frontrunners and CBS News correspondent Charlie Dagga says the leader appears to be Based on a research team at England's Oxford University. It's rock solid evidence that proves why the World Health Organization called the Oxford Vaccine the world's most advanced candidate, a peer reviewed study in today's Lancet medical journal found that trials on more than 1000 people triggered a strong immune response. Professors Sara Gilbert heads up the team at Oxford. There's the antibody responses, and there's the T cell responses on those two parts of the system that ideally work together to protect us against. Power infections, antibodies detective virus and neutralize it. T cells help make antibodies but also act as assassins attacking infected human cells. Another effort by a Chinese company is also on the fast track. And in this country, it's Cambridge Biotech Moderna in the fur in the lead, which is enrolling patients right now for a late stage clinical trial that is expected to begin Next week, we'll as the caseload continues to explode through much of the nation with this illness, President Trump is bringing back the daily Corona Virus Task Force briefing. This briefing made a star out of Dr Anthony Fauci and the president claims viewership shot through the roof. Dr Fauci such a star that he will get to throw out the first pitch for the world champion Washington Nationals. As baseball kicks off this week, and the Nats have their home opener on Thursday night, Massachusetts continues to defy the odds, though just one reported death blamed on covert 19 yesterday. However, the first case ever hits the smallest town in the state. One resident of Cuttyhunk Island tests positive We'll. Florida is one of the virus hot spots in the nation right now, In fact, the new epicenter that is, according to many health officials, and it's looking like even a relocated Republican National Convention, set for Jacksonville next month might be in jeopardy less than 40 days until they expected Republican National Convention is slated to arrive in Jacksonville. I.

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02:16 min | 2 years ago

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"And a payroll tax cut. I would consider not signing it if we don't have a payroll tax. Yes, The president is also facing a tough fight for re election. The same polls show him trailing former Vice President Biden by 15 points and eight respectively. I'm not losing Because those air fake polls taking a wait and see approach come Election day. The specifics of that bill, expected to be revealed sometime later this week, hopeful new data from researchers at Oxford University overseas on an experimental Corona virus vaccine Some scientists say this could be ready by the fall for university prepares to release new data on human trials today, researchers reportedly believe they've developed a vaccine that gives double protection, generating both antibodies and so called killer T cells. Researchers Cell. Britain's Daily Telegraph up to two billion doses of the vaccine Could be ready in September a timeline, one of the leading scientists promised back in April. AstraZeneca is theme acre off this potential vaccine. It is already signed the deal to produce two billion doses. If the trials are a success. Also Cambridge Biotech Moderna is about to start and rolling several 1000 patients in a late stage clinical trial of its effort to get a vaccine on the market. Some 30,000 will take part in the phase three clinical trials, which begin officially next week. Modernise says it's ready to produce at least a 1,000,000,000 of the vaccines if this proves successful and is approved by the FDA by the first of next year Condolences continue to pour in from around the world as it pays its respects to John Lewis, the civil rights icon and congressman from Georgia died after a lengthy battle with pancreatic cancer. Speaking on behalf of the Lewis family, his younger brother shares a memory. We're going to a building to get a loaf of bread. Or just something. Uh, lightbulb is something which should it took 10 minutes, Max. It would take us 3.5 hours because he was shaking her hand. Take pictures would ever provided that wanted to take pictures, and that's the kind of person my brother wass John Lewis was 80 years old. Some say Congress will never be the same. Do.

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

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"You're out of your mind. Mark Malard, ABC News, 7 49 and this morning and historic lift off. Ah United Arab Emirates spacecraft blasts off on a seven month journey to Mars that kicks off the first interplanetary mission for the region. The orbiter hope is set to reach Mars in February of next year. The year the USC celebrates 50 years. Since the country's formation Remembering John Lewis, the civil rights icon and Georgia representative died on Friday at the age of 80 from pancreatic cancer go into a building to get a loaf of bread. Or just something light bulb with something which should it took 10 minutes, Max. It would take us three hours because he was shaking her hand. Take pictures with everybody that wanted to take pictures, and that's the kind of person my brother one that is John Lewis's youngest brother, Grant Lewis, speaking about the loss on behalf ofthe the family. It is 7 50 we're looking at mostly cloudy skies right now, here in Boston every once in a while we'll see Peaks of the sunshine 78 degrees. Right now. We're headed towards the mid nineties today overseas hopeful new data from Oxford researchers on an experimental corona virus vaccine, with some scientists even saying this vaccine could be ready. By the falls for University prepares to release new data on human trials today, researchers reportedly believe they've developed a vaccine that gives double protection, generating both antibodies and so called killer T cells. Researchers Cell. Britain's Daily Telegraph Up to two billion doses of the vaccine could be ready in September a timeline, one of the leading scientists promised back in April, and Cambridge Biotech. Moderna is also starting to enlist some 30,000 patients. In an upcoming late stage clinical trial for its vaccine it hopes to have done by the end of this year as safety.

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01:53 min | 2 years ago

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"Movie's been turning for a few months at this point and already staff has been cut destination a ten percent reduction in headcount the company says this cost cutting will be done before the summer ends in a corona virus continues to send shock waves through the New York Stock Exchange while the Dow's eggs mature not therapeutics zags Cambridge biotech is thriving right now in the days since it announced it came up with a vaccine that it believes can cure cobit nineteen shareholders loving life right now mow down the stock price nearly doubled company exploded on the scene with biotech's biggest ever IPO about a year ago and change its coronavirus vaccine currently being tested by the feds end could soon enter human testing and earlier this week we talked about how NASA is looking for a few good astronauts for their space program turns out now the rest of us have a chance to get a seat on the SpaceShipTwo Sir Richard Branson's company virgin galactic taking applications for spots on its SpaceShipTwo plane flights will cost too though the two hundred and fifty thousand dollars seats on the initial flight for the astronauts but applicants will have a chance to make a future trip by reserving a seat for one thousand dollars so far hundreds of tickets have been sold for the debut flights slated for later this year this comes as the company reported a seventy three million dollar quarterly loss Michelle Franzen ABC news and we got some other great space news tonight astronomers now say they've discovered the biggest explosion that's ever been seen by humans in the universe they say this blast likely came out of a black hole that sits in a cluster of galaxies three hundred ninety million light years away talk about perspective this explosion was so large they say a carved a crater so big it could hold fifteen of our galaxy the Milky Way NASA teaming up with an observatory in Europe to view this explosion I think it started a few years ago back in twenty sixteen officials said they think it's wrapped up by now R. six twenty seven top stocks taking a deep dive on Wall Street thanks to corona virus the latest on that at six.

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01:56 min | 3 years ago

"cambridge biotech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The team won't even begin to play ball until April twenty twenty one. But you can now buy the jerseys the official Worcester. Baseball jerseys. The Pawtucket Red Sox were making the move north haven't even announced an official team name yet. But the word wister Worcester is splashed across the front of the jersey. Of course in the familiar Red Sox font, and the story of Cambridge company developing precision, genetic meds through a process called base editing raises another one hundred thirty five million dollars beamed therapeutic CEO, John Evans tells busy the company's technology can eliminate errors in the genome. AG see all. All spell out the genes of your chromosomes, we can change one single letter somewhere within a gene to another number. We can use that essentially to correct diseases that are caused by misspelling in your genes. Evans says beam has ten active programs underway, and they're working on a number of genetic diseases right now clinical trials should begin within just a couple of years and less than one year after getting the first ever approval from the FDA on a gene silencing drug out nylon is ready to launch its second effort based on positive results from late stage testing the Cambridge biotech says it will ask the FDA for approval later this year. It's the latest effort, and it's a treatment for a rare family of liver diseases that are very painful and often life threatening. And that's New England business. Checking Wall Street today. Let's see what the Dow did it tumbled more than one hundred thirty three points closing at twenty five thousand six hundred. Seventy three NASDAQ slipping seventy s and p down eighty it's five twenty seven and we've got baseball news Red Sox. And right. Josh binswanger will fill you in a moment. Done.

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"cambridge biotech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"cambridge biotech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Says the average rate on thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four point four six percent. That's up four point four five percent last week. And it doesn't include points, which most borrowers have to pay to get the lowest rates despite recent declines borrowing rates are still higher than last year's levels. Eight four a year ago at this time the thirty year rate averaged four point two percent. It is earning season. Even with amiss. Investors are loving General Electric. The Boston company says it's putting the Justice Department's accounting investigation to bed with a billion dollar settlement. Larry Culpepper, the company's third CEO in three. Three years and Bloomberg's Karen Ober heart says he's moving the needle right now in the short run that he's got to generate as much as he can. They've had negative cash flow the debt overhang is enormous. So they did make some progress on that in the quarter g shares are up. Nearly fifteen percent. Shares of avenue oncology. Meantime, are sliding on the NASDAQ Cambridge biotech is accepting the FDA's recommendation and not submitting its application for approval, it's kidney cancer drug. The agency is looking for better overall survival rates for that drug afro CEO, Michael Bailey. In a statement says the company hopes to have better news about the phase three trials later this year. The city of new London will get a slice of the Connecticut. Port. Authorities share of revenue from the state governor Lamont says that's on top of seventy five thousand dollars the authority will pay the city each year to help pay for police fire and other services at the Pierre Lamont says redeveloping the pure is an investment in the future of new London and surrounding areas in the state as a whole port operator gateways been awarded twenty year deal to run. The state owned peer Wall Street numbers right now, Dow still down forty six points, the s&p five hundred though is up by twenty and the NASDAQ is gaining just about one hundred points police in Tewkesbury asking for help. Finding a missing twenty four year old woman who was last seen at the Tewksbury state hospital on Tuesday afternoon. Hospital officials say Emily Medina who resides at that hospital is hearing impaired nonverbal and communicates through the use of a tablet. She was last seen wearing green jacket with a fur hood, black leggings and sneakers police say she may be in the New Bedford area where some of her family resides one twenty seven coming up on WBZ, the very latest on the cold weather that is over New England. Now, this is Dan Rae. Elderlaw attorney Phil Amrou from the Commonwealth advisory group was on nightside to talk about a very important issue. Protecting your home from being taken by a nursing home. Phil how about a quick summary of how you can help people. Then the law tells us you can do a trust to protect your house. There are two contingencies. It has to be done. Right..

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"cambridge biotech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"cambridge biotech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Bad news. Let's get the forecast with John Feerick. Joining us with the four day WBZ AccuWeather rows ruling this evening. We'll see snow begin late tonight. Mix with rain along the south coast and Cape. An early low of twenty one to twenty seven temperatures do rise late tonight. We'll see that wintry. Mix of snow even some freezing rain and playing rain going over to all rain tomorrow morning slippery travel conditions tomorrow morning. North west of four ninety five for the most part. That's where we'll see the worst slippery travel, then rain tomorrow afternoon, high forty to forty five more rain tomorrow night, then increasingly windy dryer Wednesday. I forty eight blustering cold for Thursday. I'm AccuWeather John Feerick. WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. And right now in Boston down to thirty degrees. As that sun goes down into WBZ at seven oh, five AM, twelve thirty five and five thirty five pm for tomorrow's technology today. Brought to you by Toyota. Learn the latest news from leading experts on cutting edge innovations hybrid and safety technology. Toyota. Let's go places. The forecast was brought to us by Toyota's official website for deals by a Toyota dot com. Checking New England business news at Cambridge biotech is riding high on sales of a treatment for an inherited disease often impacting the liver nerves heart and kidneys alum alal-, analyze thermos. Suitable says global. Sales for on Pattro exceeded eleven million dollars the first quarter of the company says it has more than a billion dollars in cash and investments and also today a Wilburn company developing drugs.

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Mersana Therapeutics stock leaps 4.7% after FDA lifts clinical hold on cancer therapy trial

WBZ Afternoon News

00:28 sec | 4 years ago

Mersana Therapeutics stock leaps 4.7% after FDA lifts clinical hold on cancer therapy trial

"Five. We look at New England business now after about two months on the shelf. Massana therapeutics gets the okay. From the FDA to resume its early stage trial of its lead cancer drug. The Cambridge biotech was sidelined with a partial clinical hold earlier this summer following the death of a patient Massana will now tighten scrutiny of enrolled patients and even with this. Good news investors, not quite convinced ripping out more than twenty percent of the company's value

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