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Dan Bongino Celebrates 48th Birthday This Weekend
"Thank you all for the birthday wishes and Sunday But I won't be with you tomorrow Unfortunately Lisa booth will be in For me I'm going up to New York to do my Fox show And to hang out with some family members who are still tragically stuck up in New York trying to get them out but jobs and stuff so listen I grew up there It's still got a soft spot in my heart I just wish it wasn't run by idiots We'd be in a far better place When I grew up there it was run by Rudy Giuliani and I cleaned the place up So thank you though Yeah 48 does feel kind of strange I can't believe I'm two years from 50 And I have to tell you for those of you out there above the age of 40 I maybe you'll agree with me I've got a lot of feedback on this Jim you into Mike you know you both know you're up there with me in this space above the age of 40 I thought I'd feel worse I mean it's not a sob story but I have really severe arthritis I went through cancer chemo have had I think at 12 15 I have lost count orthopedic surgeries a lot pretty much my entire left side and my right elbow And my back two hernias the back back operation foot torn pack I thought I'd feel worse I always think of that I've never seen north Dallas 40 That scene in the beginning was a Nicki novelty Is it nolte Forget the character He's getting out of bed and he's like and he can barely move in the tidy whities He's a football player I thought it would be that way And I guess if you're 30 or below and listening I've always ate healthy I used to never drink Now I leave it for the weekends But never done drugs don't do drugs drugs are bad don't do them This is your brain on drugs
Jane Fonda diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma
"I Mike Gracia reporting Jane Fonda says she has cancer and is dealing well with chemo I feel good about yourself and down Activist and actor Jane Fonda announced Friday on social media She has cancer The 84 year old Fonda who won Oscars for her performances in 1970 ones clute and 1970 8s coming home wrote in an Instagram post that she has been diagnosed with non Hodgkin's lymphoma and she has begun chemo treatments Non Hodgkin's lymphoma is a cancer that begins in the white blood cells and affects parts of the body's immune system in her post Fonda said this is very treatable cancer and
Oncologist Stephen Iacoboni on His Hope for the Future of Medicine
"I'm guessing that there are many, many scientists and doctors out there, maybe they don't share the faith that you and I do. But they have similar questions. They're frustrated by the system by the protocols. By being forced to follow the algorithms, what hope do you see? In other words, you've dealt with the folks at the discovery institute. You know that there are answers and there are things out there. But is any of this getting out? Actually, most of my colleagues run away from this. And it's kind of sad. Their comfort zone is, here's the algorithm, push the button. And the nurses and the pharmacists do all the work. And you take all the credit. In fact, I even say to my colleagues, when I become innovative, I say, I could get a high school student who knows how to push buttons because when I order chemotherapy now, I just push buttons on a computer. Now, it's true that I have to think about it, and it's not random. I have to pick the protocol. But there's algorithm says, what protocol to use, what doses to use? And you should say, give this chemo. And the pharmacist and the nurse could do all of it. And yet they need our license in order to okay it. And so it makes it possible to see twice as many patients in a day as you should. One of the things I've done in my alternative practice and my integrated practice is I interview patients who are seeing other oncologists. You know, I see my patients. I spend 30 minutes a week. Every week with most of my patients. And a lot of these patients will come in and say, I see my oncologist for 5 minutes, once a month.
A highlight from Which Piece Of God's Puzzle Are You?
"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil hello and welcome to live behind the veil. I'm Ron, your host, and on this podcast, the family talks about how God has created us all different with many different expressions. And yet, as we come together as one body, we are perfect in his sight. We're created in God's image. So I think that everybody is perfect. And I think that the perfection it is being unveiled as we mature in Christ, as we mature in our walk with him, is totally awesome. Because the ground is all level at the foot of the cross. The one thing that has caused astounds me, we are perfect. He made us that way. We're in his image, and now it's for us to realize it. Realizing who he has created you to be. I raised twins, you'll like this. I can't compare. You can't compare one child to the other, and you can't compare twins to all the other because they're all individuals. And thence that coming together of individuals that make one body. I think the perfection is the relationship. That you have with the lord and with one another, because I just flashed back on the prodigal son. When he came back and his father loved him. He suddenly knew who the father was. More than he ever had before. And as we get to know that the father loves us, and that we get to know that we love one another, I think that's where perfection lies. Because we all have those things in our hearts that protect ourselves from one another and from the father. But as we learned that love is the only thing that the father is, then we learn that we don't have to protect ourselves anymore, and that's where the perfection will lie. You can not be perfect without others. Yeah. They are perfectly what God created each individual to be are, but the perfection actually comes when there is a culmination or a bringing together a many membered body. As we learn to trust one another in a depth to where we understand that the heart that each of us have that God is speaking through that other individual, we draw the Christ out of each person and together that creates that perfection because Jesus is perfect, and if he's in us, each of us we might be a leg and I arm a finger, but altogether we make a perfect body. Amen. I would say this, the only entity that I'm worried about being perfect towards is my father. You're perfect right where you are. Right. God gave you a gift. And he gave me a different gift, and it takes a long time sometimes for us to find out which two pieces of the puzzle go together. You know, sometimes we try to make it fit, and boy, it just doesn't work, but boy, when you find that puzzle piece that goes with yours, oh my gosh. What a liberty in a freedom when those pieces come together and you find out that there can be blood flowing through the veins. I always love those puzzles, my little kids had the, you know, it was innate, but ten puzzle on the hat about 5 pieces. Exactly. There's an old saying simple mind simple pleasures. I went through chemo. Back in 2010. I couldn't be around people, because my white blood count was so low. So I got into doing puzzles, and it was one of my biggest meeting with meetings with the lord, just about that issue because I was doing a puzzle where a piece would look like it fits in with the three other sides already there. And it looked perfect. But then you found the foresight and you're going that piece doesn't go there. Right. It was so frustrating. But then you find out the true piece that goes there and it is so rewarding. It's true. Yeah, that's very true. And that's the joy of actually being different. Is because none of us are the same. Thank God. The worst thing you could ever do is homogenize people to where they're all exactly robots, right? We are individuals. Created that way by God on purpose, and as we come together in who we are, we become more than what we ever could have been by ourselves. On this podcast, we've seen that although, we are very different as individuals with many different expressions. As we come together under his lordship, we flow together and become the great many membered body of Christ. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is a life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind the veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the veil.
How Elites Exert Power During a 'Crisis' With Marc Morano
"The elite quote unquote, we shouldn't call them that, but the people who are in power, they really believe this line from Obama's former chief of staff, rahm Emanuel, that a crisis is great. You know, you can't get baby formula. Well, we should go vegan. Gases at $8 in California. I would just go to buy electric vehicles. For them, a crisis is a good thing because it means they can exert more power, correct? It is. And if you go back even to the words of Vladimir Lenin, the worst, the better. And I did some historical research to make sure that quote, it's generally attributed to him. And, you know, before the Russian Revolution, the worst they can make it the better. You have to break a few eggs to make an omelet. Break some shells. And what Biden's basically saying there and what his cabinet agencies saying, what his appointee who actually said, kids don't need the clothes on their back because they're not going to have a future unless we deal with climate change. They're offering up their Green New Deal as a sort of chemotherapy for this fatal cancer that we face of climate change. And this is literally how they think. So we should be welcoming this pain of the Biden administration, which is offering mega dose of chemotherapy, but there's one problem. The chemotherapy is not going to work because we don't have the condition that is being we were diagnosed with. And that's why every cabinet appointing a Biden now is praising the pain that Americans are going through because in the words of, I think it was the Norwegian finance minister in Davos last week. It's so worth it to be suffering like this because it's a transition that needs to happen. So when your hair is falling out and you're vomiting from chemo, the idea is you're supposed to keep your eye on the prize and the prize is living in this case, they're telling us wrongly that we have to go through this pain in order to save ourselves and our children from the climate apocalypse that's coming. That's literally their logic and reasoning. It's scientific
"chemo" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
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"chemo" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"It's not to she it I got it in the middle of like all this shit going down last year so i'll have to look it up from amazon. It's heavier terrible. So because there's no dryer so it's just water. And i'd have to sit there for a while to let it air dry but there has been you have to wipe anyway. Yeah yeah no. And then what happens when you wipe so plenty of evidence. There that shows it is very very effect. Oh he's looking for. Yeah yeah so even though the tissue is going to be tense there. I know what you're going to say the anticipation the toilet paper. All get the kind of. He's a thick amount. 'cause you don't only tears off and you you're playing with your with your but Get excuse another benefit of having a day but yeah that that wet toilet paper will be really clean. Sometimes it's not and then not just do another little spitzer and clean out Yes richer but use it like a straight up colonic though. Did you have around your birthday. That's on the mouth story or yeah sure for the salad for the dentist. Wanted to hear it. He'd be like these. People are savages. Imagine that people that come on the show. China's share like they're like. Oh yes on this podcast and people feel like we listened to that podcast. We recommend you remove yourself with for many association with them. So after i got these new products actually i thought a way listerine but in the past. I've used listerine as my main mouthwash. Now if you guys use listerine you know when you put in your mouth. it's spicy. Earn it burns your mouth. Can't hold it in your mouth very long. You can't right so you spit it out right. Well you know in my past relationship I use listerine one day before going to bed and while you know before going to bed also you know some action so you know freshly clean mouth minty fresh spicing. i'm like okay For and then but without realizing. I didn't think that. Wow wait this slice on your on your vocal do but i didn't realize at the spiciness was also going to.
"chemo" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Far you wanna take all that shit. You know nothing drink anything. Yeah like that. He said a lot is He just said you know. Put an effort toward something on a matter. How small effort is i thought. That was pretty pretty cool. Because he's like you know you have these things that you feel like you can't control you can't do anything about. He was like just do want you know. Just that doesn't matter how small the thing is for. You know you changing your health. Are you changing your diet. Maybe it just starts with One meal you know maybe have one meal every day that you can that you think is healthy. And that's where you start. The other ones are still shitty but that one kind of small thing and just that be repeatable. Do that over time if you can get into more of it and then maybe you end up being a fitness freak. Like some of us. This episode is my science. Start getting back into i lost every now and then but i am such a lazy bastard when it comes to flopping. Then that's one of those habits. I kind of need like a reward. When i floss like i'm saying like i don't really see anything so i'm always like i don't i don't even know why bother doing it but i do it pretty often but i'm like i wanna i wanna see a big chunk like steak on there something like i want to. I got something out there even as fucking disgusting but and my tooth are so fucked up. That when i do floss i will see a lot of stuff coming out into the sink. 'cause i waterfalls everyday i can't go a day without it When i do miss. I miss a day for travel or whatever and then i do the next day and it's just like oh my god. I can't believe that was in my teeth like it freaks. The fuck out. I'm like oh. I didn't have bad breath or whatever but not i i. Yeah like i said. I can't go day without waterfall scene. You ever put on your but no. That's the day. I and i do that every day as well several times. A day. water floss in the. I don't know this water loss. You have a new product. Yeah yeah it doesn't warm up like like yours is work. Good the the pressures have you tested. Then which which brand the to she No it's not to she it I got it in the middle of like all this shit going down last year so i'll have to look it up from amazon..
"chemo" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Nation even villages. But some of them i have helped in terms of bringing in hygiene into what we have to do is get clean water into the village and teach them hygiene. And we've seen that. Their life expectancy all of are then changed so we wanted stay with the basics and we used to be people that used to walk off so historically we walked up he went hunting. That's how we stay healthy. We don't walk. We're not active. Lack of activity alone makes you gain weight. Gaining weight is the primary cause behind diabetes. Heart disease all sorts of other things that are happening so lack of activities. You've got to exercise. You're saying exercise whereas before people wearing thinking about alexis de walking mind is on my than trying to get some food to bring to the table so these are the concepts that has been there throughout history. That'd be have to be thinking with so on this show like we. We really like to focus on just habits And that's the biggest steal. So i wanna know with everything that we've talked about. What are the daily habits at an individual needs to have as far as taking care of their teeth. And when i say this. I mean like how many times they should. They use their mouthwash. Bresser teeth loss. Maybe even take teeth waiting. What would you say are the habits that they should have so that they don't need to have as many dental visits as most people do end up having so so my belief is that. Get rid of anything to antiseptics antibacterial. Anything i mean in your mouth. I'm against hand sanitizers. Using inside your home hundred percent on one hundred percent against hand sanitizers are good when you do not have access to soap and water if you have access to soap bar water and you use hand sanitizers you destroy the microbiome on your hand okay. So we are due to kobe. We will see other issues in the future because we're using so much hand sanitizers constantly. Okay wiped down the counters of your kitchen with soap and water. That's what you need. Go use all of these antibacterial things under the surface of your skin. You touch that surface you destroy them microbiome you touch your mouth you destroy the microbiome your you touch your eyes. You destroyed the microbiome in your eyes. So i am against antibacterial microbial products. Only when you have access to water on so if you don't you definitely need us in hospital settings you definitely need it so again are the sanity comes from differentiation and understanding. Why it's okay in one place not okay and the other so go look at every cleaning product in your house. Get rid of anything. Not anti microbial washing detergents or dishwasher. Detergents get rid of it. Destroying microbiome in hundred ways we can possibly get rid of Microbiome through use of these products. The other one is. Let's get in terms of how things are no pesticides so again or get. The organic for is not. What i'm after is is. Would that doesn't have pesticides and because there's can be organic but there's issues different as well but having products without antibiotics without hormones Without pesticides is a key and you can implement these things. One thing at a time you can just focus on finding the right Detergent one of the bases. That i was telling you that has a really goes into these. Things is made safe so be made. Save all my god. These people are what we had to go soon to get. Even a may save seal. It was unbelievable because behind to also proof read. Do not harm marine marine life. Just what the antiseptic mouthwash us. Not only destruction microbial. It goes down the drain. It goes into the ocean and destroys things in the ocean as well so it is constantly looking at this whole thing as all circular but in terms of your mouth williams anything. That's antiseptic proper. Use space mature brushing but use a soft toothbrush this more important than the toothpaste brush properly. So i also made a a toothbrush and people said why don't you make the toothbrush is because i saw so much damage from wrong. Toothbrush wrong bristles an electric improper use of electric with special. Because there's thirty percent more damage using electric toothbrush improperly on your gums than mechanical recessions. You have to let the toothbrush do the work. If you don't use it properly going to destroy your gum. So the mouth of the toothbrush. I use the bristles are off of castor oil. They're very alexa. They're soft but yet they clean your teeth and the surface is lots so one of the things that i've had i've seen in. The world of toothbrushes is a nike phenomenal. Nike phenomenon is blue red purple. All the brushes going all sorts of different direction. No the research shows black surface toothbrush. Cleans your teeth better than any other news anchor relations on his colors and thickness. This is not. This is not what we should such on. This is a marketing ploy. this is Sort of a gimmick so.
"chemo" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"I wrote. I written three books but in a book. The second book that i is called the hidden epidemic. One of the things that i've talked about. Is it keith sensitivity. Y did he sensitivity. Shot up to the move and also hard did censored. I became the number two bestselling toothpaste in the united states. And it is all has to do with starbucks. Actually so once starbucks started to become popular and there were starbuck iran every corner the consumption of up coffee also went through there and then starbucks was the beginning but then certain healthy habits started to come in green tea. Green tea actually makes your teeth great But green tea is is excellent for your needs a very healthy habit but people started to drink green tea and then there were a study bordeaux. Interestingly enough that showed that red wine is good for your heart by but the consumption of red wine went up as a result. I you can look at this. Chart is really staggering rise and then we got even further into healthy habits. Juicing became very important and then the green juices undirected uses. And then we got into the antioxidant cake and we into blueberries and blackberries all of these things that we're talking about right now are all because staining and you're being inundated by an also we drink him be using is also something that's healthy but what he did was tremendous amount of staining liquids and also foods soy sauce. Barbecue sauce tomato. everything has some sort of a staining so it became to such a point that even when you will do whitening last so people started to do more and more wiping and then they used whitening toothpastes that had peroxide did wiping mouthwash. That had peroxide. They did whitening strips that had gronk side and then they will do widening the dental office. That has brock's so all around there's proxy it's happening so guests to appointed are always sensitive. Now if you do clenching and grinding your teeth can also be sensitive but ninety five percent. He has ended without mainly because of these types of activities are going so i started to look as to. What do we do. Because there's certain patients that couldn't even get anymore whiting because there were two cents. So i started to look at other ways. Whiting their cheap. Because i believe is what can be used on a daily basis so the whitening products that are on the market in terms of toothpaste. Mouthwash is not for daily use. Even though it's a tourist people are using it but truly it isn't because he will cause enamel damage or sensitivity over time so that cannot be a daily use products. So i started to look at an research right ingredients that could cause whitening but that can be used on a daily basis and what i came up with is a coconut oil sage or lemon pillow had combinations with Using and we were able to create a line of whitening products. That used no peroxide. And have you have. Head-to-head studied that. Be white and as well as three d. whitening strips without the bronx and so the mouthwash twist faced because we drink coffee and eat all of these things. We need something that we're using on a daily basis keeping disdains off of our teeth to the toothpaste. Mouthwash was important and also the whitening strips that you would use once in a while that would cover your mouth and then contact between these products again against the teas was another way. You could whiten the teeth within half hour. I will have no no sensitive. Even i have had patients that have used. Our whitening strips may be sixty days in a row. Most on people that were sensitive. Couldn't use whitening under had no sensitivity. Our latest products is a stained repellent widening. And i think this is the most futuristic idea. i'm product that i've ever come up with and the reason for these days. I would never tell you to stop drinking coffee because if you drink so dr people that they tried to not drink coffee and they're dragging all day. They're tired. they get headaches. They don't function as well right. So i'm not there to tell you and i think that a lot of benefits to coffee and you personally. I do believe that is an antioxidant so caught. not drinking. Coffee is not the way to go is what do we do who come back the staining effects of coffee. I can't tell you not to drink green tea. Green tea is great. But how do we combat it. So what it is that you get this repellent which is a dual action. Stay independent widening. If you wanna stain repellent..
"chemo" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"You know. I'm not against artificial sweeteners. I tell you there. There's a particular as Shouldn't be having part. Which xylitol so i want to talk about oliver for a second xylitol. Is the only sugar substitute or alcohol. Sugar that we have found that did cavity causing bacteria cannot process ba- cannot process it as a result they starve. Unday cannot grow so in denmark in netherlands when there is pregnant women. They're asked to take xylitol kills in order to decrease the chance of them getting cavities With their teeth now there is people saying oh my god xylitol is horrible. What they're talking about xylitol being horrible is when you consume more than twenty milligrams of xylitol per day. You get diarrhea. You get stomach so you always have to understand anything that's good there's also there's a bad side to it. Fire warms you up burns down your house. Water keeps you hydrated you can drown in. It doesn't mean that there's no product singly as good all all the way around so again not to consume it too much but this is the one that we using so designer talk. I am very much for other ones. I think long term studies are needed so when they came out with saccharin was it took years finding out what was wrong with soccer right. All of these is equal this that So some of these sugars are coming out. Seems that's good but only long term studies truly show you saw in the world of toxicity in the world of experiments. With these type of things we have quite a bit of short-term studies that shows no harm but as we are understanding that the thirty year mark twenty year mark. Ten year is truly. What showed what's happening with some of these products long-term and they're affects so you always have to be mindful about. I'm kicked out. I want to know too because Lament is it aluminum or luma new is the actual French pronunciation so luminoso. That's what people mainly no in. Us but luma minu is the actual French pronunciation wave. That's thank you but i was. Actually i wanted to know as far as like teeth whitening Because every time. I get my teeth cleaned which i need to get that done again. Pretty soon The doctors i got some coffee stains. You know whatever it stop drinking coffee. And i'm like no right What can we do because if we love coffee or if we love green tea is sometimes these things can cause some people end up getting yellowing of the teeth Like i think luminary has whitening strips and they have Whitening thing you can put in your mouth. And i try. That i was like whoa. This is cool But how does a what is different from the the ones within that product line versus like the crest whitening strips. And the other stuff that you see on the market grade. That's a great question. So the third revolutionary aspect of the company is the widening products and widening products. The simplest thing i can tell you is high high peroxide. Free peroxides free. What does that mean peroxide. Free means. there's no truth sensitivity. I know gum irritation. So from the fda aspect for an an and american dental association aspect peroxide is the only known Sort of Ingredient that you can use to whiten your teeth. Right died is what is approved by them. But the problem is when you use peroxide to some degree. You're etching your teeth. You are removing layers of enamel if you use a too much what you're gonna do is going to cause a lot of enamel damage an also. You're gonna have sensitive teeth sensitive gum. So i've been a dentist knock thirty six years and i'm cosmetic guns in beverly hills so imagine everybody wants white so fifteen years ago twenty years ago when we will do whitening it would last a whole year. We will not ever be worried about a year today when we use any type of widening office it may be last a month or two. Why what's changed unwise there's so much sensitivity so in a book that.
"chemo" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"So our belief is not to kill any bacteria. So this is i want to explain this to you. This goes against seventy years of dental research. Seventy years of dental research says kill the bacteria because the bacteria causes gum disease causes cavity causes bad breath. If you wanna get rid of gum disease if you wanna take get rid of cavities and you wanna take your rigor bad breath jill the jerry. Clearly this doesn't work because we still have cavities. We still have bad breath. And we still have mrs clearly. This does not work. And the other reason why i can tell you. It doesn't work. Is that people think they have gone disease. Because they're older is absolutely false. Gum disease is not age related in any form or fashion. And how we know. This is that in order for you to have gum disease. You have to have inflammation. I which is ginger. Vitus inflammation is inflammation then prolong inflammation. It goes into the gum disease reno. Ginger vina's is reversible inflammation is reversible. So if they're mouthwashes that are saying they're anti-inflammatory reducing formation and all. These things were working. Well what would happen. It would stop the inflammation as a result. Wouldn't get gum disease. But the rate of gum is going through the roof. More and more people even at a younger age are getting on. This harvey's product's helping. The problem is the same as smoking is the same problem as asbestos specis that was in the wall. People didn't know is causing some sort of a long cancer. It in the know. It took him thirty years to find out people that were smoking. Never knew that. They couldn't correlate smoking to lung disease because there are many people that were not smokers and they were getting. It was only through secondhand. Smoke studies that they've found the linkage. And it's the same thing. I'm telling you is that this. This research does not work because when you kill the bacteria there is certain talks within the walls of the bad bacteria that gets released. And if you don't kill the bad bacteria there is certain toxins that are getting released as well. So what you have to do. If you kill you have a problem. If you don't kill him you have a problem. So deforming that we came up with is we. Don't kill anybody number one. But we neutralize the harmful toxins of the bad bacteria is the toxin is your after not the bacteria if you go after toxins then the damage will not be there and that is the idea. The idea is we need products. That are nontoxic and not people get very upset when i say this because they believed colgate and proctor and gamble an all of these companies are putting out nontoxic toxic. Mouthwashes is absolutely not true. In dental school. We refer to them as chemo therapeutic agents. Whoa their chemo therapeutic agents. What does that mean. They kill the bad and the good but they can more of the bad than they built. That's all it is. Nobody's arguing these points and how they can get away with it. Is that in the short term. they can prove killing. And this toxic does not harm you as long as short-term studies should there's no harm you can go on producing these products and putting it out there but these colorings is artificial coloring disarm. All of these things is some sort of toxic chemicals that are under the absolutely some taxes so we can produce a non-toxic product but here's another issue. All the natural products that were that were made in the dental field. Feel the public. They may be safer for you but they were not effective. So i tell people you want to save product. You wanna save mouthwash. Rinse your mouth bit. Organic apple juice is safe. But what does he do nothing. Most most if not all of these natural products don't do anything. there's no effectiveness. There's no clinical studies so far with our company you've done fifty four clinical studies fifty four clinical studies and we have two more ongoing studies. One the one that we right now we finally got got the approvals to do is the effect of damaging oral microbiome under gut microbiome. Nobody has studied any of these second things. Nobody's caring to see these linkages. But god is exactly what we are into by science proving that the science has failed us and it wasn't anybody's fault because they identified what was causing the disease and they said let's kill it but that doesn't work it does. It clearly does not work so all of the products that we have from mouthwash toothpaste whitening strips and everything else is certified nontoxic and is also microbiome safe. We don't kill any bacteria and we're proud of it right. That's the concept now because we don't kill the microbiome guess what we predict allow the oral microbiome to produce nitric oxide which for athletes for people in the fitness will is so important more oxygen to all organs of the body. More heart house does exactly what we want and our latest study. We just came up with showed that we have zero impact on the microbiome and we were able to let the nitrates be converting into nitric oxide by of our that. Sick body is connected. The body is kinda per project familiar. When's the last time that you've got checked under the hood. I'm not talking about under the hood. I'm talking about your hormones. you're relaxing. You're too hostile and all those things. Well merrick help has your back. We have the power project panel that has over twenty six different. Labs to help you understand..
"chemo" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"There is a certain amount of people that have a particular type of gum disease that bone around four upper frontiers four lower frontiers and the molars starts to go away at a very young age and it was mainly due to a particular type of bacteria called a bacteria not a bacteria infect about one and a half billion people in the. It's prevalent in. The middle. east is prevalent in south america and in china in Philippines lot a now it's also growing. Us because we have such a huge immigrant population the aa bacteria. Its characteristic was it was affecting particular bones around particular What he did this homeless kids. That didn't really have access to toothpaste mouthwash. Boss any of these type of things. He asked them to rob sea salt under gum twice a day and he followed these kids for ten years and the result of this study was that even though the a bacteria was still alive. The gum disease stopped. This is this is such a breaks through of a huge magnitude so we have to start thinking differently about bacteria viruses and everything else on. I'm getting to viruses later. So what we found out. Is that the so if you ask me what what keeps me awake at night. What keeps me going everyday is. My whole idea is as humans. We had no access to medicine to anything. We were into dark age in caves. I'd be surprised what made us survive. What kept us going for thousands of years until we got to where we are. What was it within our body that was protecting us. And what all the research that i have done came to particular area. Which is the microbial and why microbiome. Because if you look at it first of a what is. Microbiome is a series group of community of microorganisms. That are in or around your body that are protecting you against disease infection. What's in it. There's good back to your bad back through your viruses fungus. Everything is in it but this microbiome it is protecting you is it contains more than ninety eight percent of good bacteria there is such thing as good bacteria. We cannot be afraid of every single bacteria. We wouldn't actually live without bacteria. And how i can prove that. Is that your body has ten a hundred trillion bacteria in it to ten trillion human cells. The ratio of bacteria to human says is ten to one. Some people argue is five to one. Some people argue is seven to one and some says tend to but you have more bacteria than anything else. So if i were to tell you you are made at actor. You're actually made it a bacteria you many. Every single human being on earth depends on bacteria to stay alive. Digestion is based on bacteria. Vitamin k production is based on bacteria serotonin dopamine which the mooch transmitters neurotransmitters Production stimulation of it is dependent on a bacteria. We depend on the microbiome for our immunity or immunity. The amount of viral load. That happens on our skin in in. Our mouth is regulated by the microbiome. So where is the microbiome. The microbiome is in your eyes so highs it protecting you mark. I want to ask you. When was the last time you actually had. I action many many years. Yeah so we'll we'll walking through polluted air every single day. Why don't we get more eye infection highs as possible. We travel we do this. we do. we don't get eviction. The primary reason there's a microbiome layer on your is protecting you is. What was the last time you got ear infection. The microbiome is inside your ears. You taking showers. You're going to pull you go all sorts of places yet. You don't get ear infection because the microbiome there is inside your ear. Why don't we get more respiratory problems. Because we've breathing such polluted air. We going to many areas where there is talk. Since why aren't we getting more. Respiratory infections is because of the microbiome does coating inside over nose and then the same thing on our skin. The skin has full of pores. There's a all over your body and these pores can be seen rather easily under the microscope. Hot is it all of these bacteria and all of these harmful things that we constantly touchy is not going. Inside of our body is because of the microbial. That's what's protecting us is the same thing in our gut and also is a same thing in our mouth so we put so many things that are full of toxins and contamination in our mouth yet. We don't get sick. What is protecting us is the microbiome inside our mouth. That's protecting us against these. So the role of the microbiologist protection and it is short of your second immune system and how it is as your second. Immune system is very easy. Percival because we have the microbiome is is sort of All the mouth all over the skin just a mere presence the amount of real estate it takes it doesn't allow other bacteria or viruses to get to stick and grow because there's no real estate so imagine in manhattan when it's full of buildings. Finding something to build is very difficult but imagine. Now you go to destroy manhattan and all of this slots now you can build anything you want. What do you do when you use antiseptic mouthwash you destroy the entirety of micro. Wedneday say kills ninety nine point. Nine percent of the germs is talking about. The microbiome is not talking about something. That's harmful in your mouth. There is some things that are harmful but it's less than two percent the ninety eight percent that are healthy. That are getting killed every single day with antiseptic. Mouthwashes toothpastes all sorts of things. Even when you're eating pesticide. Pesticide is an anti microbial. It kills Microbiome right smoking. Same thing alcohol. Drinking alcohol kills is constantly killing. My your microbiome is under attack. Twenty four hours a day for the one of the first thing i always ask is that how many of you guys take antibiotics every day every single day of your life. Nobody raises up their hand. Said no every single day you antibiotic through the food. You eat because as pesticide through the mouthwash to space also thinks that the alcohol you're drinking all killing bacteria constantly. Your body on aunt is under attack. Now you go to washing machine detergents your dishwasher liquids the cleaning products in your house. All anti microbial everywhere everywhere. We are under attack and some of these issues of disease all of these things that are coming up more and more and more. If you start to look at it as we started to get back there your were in in the nineteen fifties. We came up with antibiotics. In nineteen sixties or seventies the prevalence on biotic started to grow. We see infectious is going down at the same time. Autoimmune disease started to go up to the protection. Start to go away so our belief is not to kill any bacteria. So this is i want to explain this to you. This goes against.
"chemo" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"When they bite. that's how much You can develop this muscle and how much you can put pressure on your teeth and crack and destroy your just because you do clenching. And so that's why did element of botox is become somewhat of an integral part. I don't do the botox myself. I send them to a plastic surgeons or medical spa. But somebody who understands how to disable some of the jostle to actually decrease the pressure putting on their teeth here mentioned earlier. It's a lot easier for kids to be able to Make changes and What what should be what should be some things. We should be aware of with with children. That you know maybe tend to be mouth. Breeders tend to look at their phone or tablet quite often end up with kind of forward head position. Like what are some of the things you're seeing out of that group and then what are some things that can do they could do to Be healthier yeah. I think that forward has positioned the easiest. Things you're saying is that I issues headaches. Neck aches is there superficial problems that you're seeing with this group of people And also a wanted. I wanted to really keep in mind. Is that sometimes orthodontists are causing sleep apnea. So i want to explain that a little bit for second because we talked about braces. We talked about how people go. They get As a result of crowding so there was a school of thought. Every time there was a crowding you would take four teeth out four of their by custody of house and taking these teeth out and then straightening out. The teeth have enough room to straighten out the teeth. They wouldn't spend spend the time in terms of expansion of the jaw. It would rather take teeth out and then and get rid of the crowding. So what happens when you take teeth out and you straighten the teeth. You are automatically making the draw and you're making the arch narrower because now you have one less teeth and then you close. All the spaces they the arch is narrower. This narrowness of the arch again is what we're worried about in terms of tongue space in the future so we have to be very cognizant in the past fifteen years. There is a lot of work toward not taking g. Foulds while doing treatment of finding ways to expand the arch instead of taking teeth out and get rid of it and getting rid of the crowding so so some of these things can be manmade as well. So it's done through different procedures which you later on find out. That's causing a lot of problems in the future. I was curious to As a kid one of my really bad habits was. I just did floss at loss once a month right now you you've talked about gum disease quite a bit earlier and how how dangerous that can be. But i'm assuming and i could be totally wrong. I know nothing about this. But as far as floss concern It is that what leads to gum disease. And how really important is that end. Are things like the the water. F- loss thing I think andrew has one. I have one two. Are these things effective in terms of taking care of in between your teeth or something else that we should be doing so definitely. Flopping is a factor because Where you losing bone in between your teeth that means that there is a plaque which is plaque is the is it back there soft bacterial coverings films when it hardens becomes calculus which is a hardened plaque and in between your teeth hardened plaque or calculus starts to produce toxins which are s like assets which melt away the bone.
"chemo" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"You can have these types of type tightness and also paint in these areas. So the i definitely have the ringing that the headaches everything you just kind of mentioned almost everything So what can we do to help aid in kind of help. Our team jay Issue absolutely so first of all. I gotta tell you Most people that have that they clench or grind. Not they don't know so don't expect somebody to know clenching or grinding. their teeth. eighty percent of those people are actually doing at night. They're not aware if they're grinders person who sleeping next to them can hear them grind victory with grinding. You hear the noise with clenching. You hear zero noise because the chiefs are just pressing up against each other right so so i kept asking. My patients do clinch grind. No no no no no no no. He's always not right. And i said i'm not asking the right question. Because their sleep the holiday no their country dirt chief. So i started to ask a different question. Do you ever feel your teeth. And they look at me. As if i'm crazy what do you mean do you feel too. Of course i feel like i said in actuality. You should never have keith in your mouth because they never touch when you chewing food. your teeth. don't touch. They never touch. I don't even know. I have chief in my mouth. There's no way you would even know. Is it never is always space between the teeth. If you feel your teeth you're clenching or your grinding your teeth so i would say this and then there was come back. Not only i myself in the middle of i get up. My teeth are tied together in the morning. Either tight together but during the day. I feel mighty so i started to understand and they started to understand that this crunching and grinding. It could be happening at all times of the day but mostly it's okay so now. He established the person using clincher or a grinder. Now we have to look at what's causing the clenching under grinding game. Clinching is as a result of stress. I want to repeat that again. Clenching is as a result of stress now again. People will laugh at me so everybody clinches who's not under stress stress has it very specific definition the best definition finish it. I've found is something you cannot do. Anything about is not the pressure of life is what is it. You cannot do anything about that. You worried about worried you concern but you cannot do anything about that. Is where stresses. And if we don't handle bat clenching doesn't really stop and they said they say to me. If i could handle it. I would have done something. I would be under stress. So how would i go about this. There's an easy solution. People always think when there is something. They cannot do anything about this. Some huge breakthrough has to happen. No whatever you can do no matter how small it is. You do toward handling problem. It gets rid of the idea of you can do anything about it no matter how small it is. It doesn't matter so i we have to understand. That's what it is. Grinding mainly comes from bad the bite so people that are grinders. Have to have their bite. Check so these two things now. What can be do as dentist dentists. The only thing that they can do they can create a device called night car. That takes the pressure off of the teeth. So the damage to the joint number one is no longer there because the thickness of the night guard brings the jaw joint down so that he's not ramming into the meniscus every time that they're clenching ongoing so that night guard is preventing damage to the joint to number one. Because the damage to joint is irreversible. Even if you grind down your teeth you can put crowns on your teeth. You can still have normal size but the damage to the joint is very difficult to to reverse then so we. We wanted to get rid of the damage to the joint. We want to prevent the damage to the dozen knipe guard prevent you from clinching now is just preventing the damage that you're doing to your muscles and your joints so people that are heavy heavy ranchers even with the ninth guard. They're still continuing to have headaches. What the next thing we asked them to do is put both talks in the dramas. Why botox all we're trying to do is decrease the amount of pressure. The person puts on their teeth.
"chemo" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Damore of plant based food that we eat the more soft their food that we eat less necessary for the job for the teeth to grow as a result. We are seeing over time. Historically when we look at the skulls historically the jaws are becoming smaller and smaller and there's a more crowding and so one of the f. contributory factors has been. That'd be not eating hard food. The the food becomes softer bright and as a result. Some of these changes have had. But as an adult when you do that. Is that going to expand your arch. I haven't seen conclusive evidence now. I have another question too because what you were just mentioning there as far as like the foods and how we're like moving away from eating heart boots meets etc I've noticed like for example. When i look at some of my family in nigeria And other countries like that There seems to be just less prevalence of braces because of the type of food that they eat growing up. Is that a reason why we're seeing so many kids needing to get braces here in the us. Because they're not forming. Yes so i do. Believe that is a factor But i do also believe that then level of education and going to the dentist has become so prevalent in. us that any type of mala pollution it did. People are getting basis anything. That's not optimum so. I do believe one factor is education and the other factor is also what people eat definitely. There is evidence because the crowding Wasn't there when you look at the skull again and now is much more prevalent and crowding is much more prevalent now so there has to be a shift into diet and is that also why like for example individuals wisdom teeth like is it normal to have to get wisdom. Teeth removed Just because again. It's like i know a lot of people who they eat. Certain foods growing up and have ruined like in their mouths like i. I have room in my mouth for my wisdom teeth and my doctor is shot. Like one of my doctors was getting trying to say eight. Just get their removed. Another dense is like you have enough for him to keep him. But is it northlake is that are you supposed to have to get your wisdom teeth removed or should you not absolutely not so the only reason why you would need your wisdom teeth removed is. There's not enough space or you cannot clean it properly. That's if there's enough space you can clean properly lead. There's no reason so depressed of people not having enough room in their jaw for the wisdom teeth to come out and they're pushing the other teeth or and as they're coming out crowding everything else has become so much that taking the wisdom teeth out as become a way of relieving that situation but many people that are actually from african nations they have not only the bigger jaws. Your rarely have to take her wisdom teeth. Even people from india very rarely you would have to take their wisdom teeth again. Their diet is you see more wear on their teeth. That means that their diet has something that's wearing down there teats but but it is not causing it to a point that they would. There's not enough room for it. To come out an- an again is also part of the diet is countries that don't have refined sugar in it and their diet as much the rate of cavities completely. Different you see rape cavity. In india even in china is very different than in their western countries. His is because of the introduction of refined sugar. When you're going to africa the african nations were. There's not much refined sugar very very low. Prevalence of a cavity. There may be gum disease prone but not to cavities so again. There's a factor of diet that plays a role in the jaw size of your jaw but also in getting cavities and all sorts of things Comes after that it's world you mentioned earlier Chewing of you know vegetables and plant based foods and things of that nature It's my understanding that we need to Chew stuff that's hard you know in order to Even have our teeth kind of form correctly and things of that nature. What happens when we chew on hard stuff. And and why is that maybe Important so in terms of the development of the teach chewing hearts up think it creates a spacing in terms of the jaw development but in terms of the formation of tv doesn't have any impact so the answer to this question actually comes from this thing that as people get older. They are much more prone to osteoporosis. Right and what the doctors tell. The people to do is do witnessing. Why are they saying do weightlifting. Where you have osteoporosis. Because the bone starts to grow and become harder under pressure okay. So that's a key factor so when you chew hard food the bone around the teas becomes very much stronger. So how i have also seen this play out in my own. Practice is people that have lost. Heath be put an implant which is eh titanium. Screw inside their jawbone. Initially during the first year the bone is has an hundred percent. Become form is forming gets becoming harder after two or three years. Because there's no nerve onto implant and they're chewing harder food on the implant debone around. The internet is so much denser than the rest of their mouth and his because of that chewing of hard fruit. Now by the same token. I can tell you. There's more cracking of cheese. That's going on with harder food as well. So how do we balance this out right. So people eat eat raw cashews whole or raw cashew that in its out can can contribute to lot of cracking up the teeth. And you say why. The reason is there's a thickness to this and this thickness can sometimes cause the chewing and chewing forces not to be completely perpendicular and it's an off angle pressures and this off ankle precious candidates fracture too. So you have to be thinking with eating harder food. But i am not eating such hard food as also causing a lot of fracture of the teeth. That's you had mentioned Something about team jay having more effects on the body than just the jaw. What else can tm jay. 'cause it's a t m j first of all let's define a t stanford. Temporal mandibular joint. Is the joint itself right at the side of your jaw right. So there isn't meniscus between every joint in your body and there is a meniscus in index jargon so when you hear any clicking and popping in your jaw there could be some damage to this meniscus because their jaw joint proximity is next year and is right in your head so the kind of things that you would see is that sometimes people are complaining of ringing ear. Who's a ringing in. their ear. Could be to john jay and when day wakeup the morning with a headache or they get headaches and one could be due to wrenching. That's causing the temporal mandibular joint to be under pressure definitely. The muscle of the master muscle is very much affected. Temporal muscle is very much a sterno. Klay old masters muscle which is the neck. Muscle is very much shoulder. Lower back and calf muscles are all connected to that. Tm j. issue so the more of accenture grinder you have been and the longer you have been doing it..
"chemo" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Early term Pregnancies that there's premature babies There is some things are going on with the long something's going on with alzheimer is a lot of linkages that were going on right and the question is to why. Why is the mouth such an important aspect in terms of what is going on inside your body. So many people think when they eat something and they swallow it is the way that the food nutrients get absorbed into your is not true when you are food is in your mouth through the tissues of your mouth. There is absorption of the food and nutrients and toxins into your bloodstream. How can i prove this very easily. That is two things one is somebody who's having a heart attack. The physician says if put to natural glycerin pill under your tongue not swallow it. Just put it on your tongue on what happens. As a result of taking the natural grocer appealed putting under your time is basil violation bit arteries open up and that holds feeling that the chest is being tightened starts to go away because the rate of absorption is much faster under your tongue because his well vascular done swallowing something. We did this study that we were. I also had a company called luminol. That has different oral care. Products are one of the things. I've been very proud of is. This is sort of a certified nontoxic products. But what is i need so we didn't study with Our mouthwash which is colorless. And as you have seen all the mouthwashes on the market has some sort of a coloring in it. So i could never understand if you wanna white teeth. Why would we want to rinse with green blue yellow purple mouthwashes number one number two. Why would we want to put this toxic colorings in our mouthwash and they explanation has always been that you don't swallow it you'll rent and you spit so we did a study that.
"chemo" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Blocking the person actually being able to breathe so we wanted a break that down a bit and then get into it so number one thing that i always look for. Is there candy. Breathe through their nose so so many people so many of my patients. The number one thing is that we have a deviated septum or they have a lot of allergies and these allergy problem doesn't let them actually breathe through their nose and if they're not breathing through their nose not trick oxide. He is not being produced and then did oxygen and nutrients that supposed to go to the brain is not going. So that's the number. One thing that i start with. If they have allergies part of the problem is done there are other people have allergies and then taking a lot of medications for the allergy itself. The medications that you take for the allergy causes dry mouth inside your mouth which causes uncontrolled. Cavities so we have to always look at the linkage between all of the different things that are happening in terms of one with the other with the other so if there are on allergy medications check for dry mouth. I check for under control. Cavities and drinking water are truly makes the situation worse and they say why highs possible. I drink water all day. I said because the problem is lack of saliva saliva is what you need not water. Saliva has things in it which has is a natural antibiotic. It's fights cavities inside your mouth. So if you have no saliva and you're drinking oughta water you're diluting than saliva. You're actually have in your so. The key is how do we increase. The satellite will rather than keep your mouth moist moist. The mouth does not mean. You don't have dry mouth mouth that has saliva means that you don't have drama so there are mouthwashes that produces makes you have more saliva. Those are the kind of things. I'd be happy to be engaged in. And it's not only allergy medications this four hundred fifty different medications that causes dry mouse. So we have to be very careful all people on psychiatric medications as anti-depressants on i all of these things causes dry by so then we get into what's happening in mouse. People got our clinchers and grinders also over time. What happens is that the lower jaw first starch to crowd and this crowding of the lower front teeth decreases the space within the mouth and the decreasing of this space means. There's not enough room for the tongue. As a result the tong starts to block their way. And you get sleep apnea. So looking at the arch form inside their mouths and making sure. There's enough of an arch for the time to actually sit in. There would be another area that we have to be cognizant over so what what can be done so if there's not greedy enough space. One is orthodontic treatment to expand the arch or one of the other. Things is that hot can be bring the lower jaw forward while they're sleeping as a result of bringing the lower jaw forward. You have enough room for the tongue to come forward. I no longer blocks. The airway and people are able to sleep better. So these are some of the aspects that we look into in terms of figuring out. What's going on with the drama. So when i'm talking to athletes. I always first of i look at their teeth are look at where marks and i look at the dramas. If the deg- almost sows are very much developed my worry is why they're doing weightlifting. Their clenching a lot and this clenching clenching clenching clenching clenching is also impacting the movement of the teeth and could cause less space in the future so always tell them when they were doing any type of a lifting exercises during the gym to wear night guard that protects the teeth for moving and protected jaw for putting so much pressure on the chiefs themselves so.
"chemo" Discussed on KOMO
"Stories from the chemo 24 7 News Center. Governor Jay Inslee took part in a video conference with White House officials. Cuomo's Charlie Harder tells us he spoke with a national audience about preventing people from getting evicted. To hear, Insley say at Washington's latest program is designed to help both landlords and tenants come to a mutual understanding has been very successful across the state of Washington by insisting that people sit down and talk with one another to come up with interim Plans from both sides of the table. Speaking at the same event, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said, This is a perilous time. We're now contending with the collision of two events, the spread of the adult two variant and the expiration of the nation's eviction moratorium. CNBC estimates about 16% of renters aren't up to date with payments. And on average there, behind $3700. Billions of dollars in federal rental assistance are still available. Charlie Harder Come on. Washington's employment remains below pre pandemic levels for people who make below $60,000 state economist Dr Steve Alerts. As much of that is driven by the restaurant and hospitality industry. They were starting to come back in the most recent national data We saw again a big decline in food service employment, So yes, that's gonna be a big part of that. Alert says most of the risk to economic activity are covid related, including supply chain issues and drop in consumer confidence. States. Tax collections are higher than expected, pushed by a big commercial real estate sales with Personal income is expected to rise over the next few years. Hospital capacity around the state is stressed as covid cases continue to surge. Cuomo's Kelly Bleier reports. While the state is doing to prevent any rationing of care, the Washington Department of Health has laid out a number of strategies to stretch resources and workers as our hospitals fill up with coronavirus patients. They are accessing additional volunteers and contracted workers and looking to shift some patients is needed to go to other health care facilities for care. The D O H has also adopted ethical guidelines developed by the National Academy of Medicine to decide who gets care and who doesn't if we reached crisis levels. Cassie Sour, the director of the Washington State Hospital Association, hopes that doesn't happen. That's terrible. It is a absolute gut wrenching decision for anyone who works in healthcare to have to make Kelly Bleier KOMO News. Covid outbreak is so severe Cowlitz County that the coroner there has asked for an emergency declarations so he can bring in a refrigeration trailer for the bodies. Corner, Tim Davidson told the county commission he needs to expand capacity until the new morgue opens in about a month. Funeral homes are also maxed out. Our first real flu seasons. Since the start of the pandemic is nearly upon US almost. Ryan Harris has an experts take on what you should know. All the masking and distancing helped us to avoid flu season last year and you w medicines, Dr Helen Chu says. That means we'll all be more susceptible and might even get sicker from the flu this year because we didn't build up the community immunity we normally do. Kids under two are particularly at risk because they've seen almost no viruses, so their immune systems aren't prepared. And Chu says they'll probably get sick or to those Children will be both more susceptible to the flu and also be a higher risk to get sick from the flu because of the increased numbers of people around them, who are infected kids get about six months protection from their moms antibody, So if they're older than six months to recommends getting them their flu shots, she also suggests you get your flu shot sometime in September or October. So you're ready. In time and your protection will last through the flu season. Ryan Harris Co Mo. News recalls. Sawant campaign has turned in their signatures. The effort has been going on for more than a year. His campaign manager, Henry Bridger, the second can attest. After 15 months, almost 15 months, we are finally at the point where we can turn into a signatures. Recall accuses Seattle City Council member Chama Salon of breaking the law by using city resources for her tax Amazon campaign. Illegally allowing a mob of her supporters into city Hall after hours and publicly revealing the federally protected address of Mayor Jenny Durkan. But her supporters say the effort is purely political. And just an attempt to silence the loan Socialist elected to city office Jeff Come on, come on news time 10 10 from the Beacon Plumbing sports desk. Cuomo's Bill Swartz says the Huskies and Cougars are both trying to bounce back from tough season opening football losses. Washington lost to 23 point underdog Montana 13 7 at Husky Stadium, senior defensive end Ryan Bowman from Bellevue, says the only way to wipe out the sour taste is to fix a mistake and get fired up to play the Michigan Wolverines in Ann Arbor. We can't dwell too much on Everything negative that happened or else we're not really going to move forward from that. You can see Washington and Michigan at five. P.m.. Saturday on KOMO. TV four, Washington State surrendered a pair of late touchdowns and lost at home to Utah State. The coupe should get well Saturday against visiting Portland State. Seattle Seahawks believe they'll face veteran Colts quarterback Carson Wentz Sunday at Indianapolis. Whence has been cleared of Covid 19 protocol and is practicing a big four run ninth inning lifted the Seattle Mariners to an 8 to 5 victory over the West leading Astros in Houston. The EMS avoided a three game series sweep and come home to take on Arizona starting Friday night, Jordan Spieth, Scottie Scheffler and Tony Fee now among the captain's picks to play for the United States team in the Ryder Cup matches against Europe, Sports 10 and 40 after the hour. Bill Schwartz come on, is.
"chemo" Discussed on All Talk Oncology Podcast
"You know the reason you were chosen for those things Specifically and and so now occa- now two weeks after i finished kemah. I shaved my hair. And i've got no hair and that was like what am i gonna look try. That was what i was worried about. It's such a it's so crazy that's you can have a disease this terrible disease and you're so worried about what you're gonna look like an sir you know. I think i think a big thing that helped was Way people responded was unbelievable. I mean i think people told me. When i first pitch with no hair i was. I was to shout in so much love. And that really just like boasted. My confidence and then as i went on. And i just i would. I was able to sort of absorb what i was going through and i saw. How much strength ahead hours. I was just really all of the strength that god was giving me and the strength that i was able to that i was able to channel into fighting this thing that if you would off now would have said there is no way i can get through this and i think that i just got an appreciation. Full the people that the person that you are inside. And i've often fought. You know you go to the supermarket and someone's navy life miserable snappy or and you kind of get annoyed as the customer just as an example what i realize walking my journey because as i said i was working for the eight weeks and i was working in a client facing role. We i was helping people in dayquil stole. I was in the middle of chemo wearing a wig. No one would ever have known. I was going through what i was going through but it was just that i realized that we only to be nice to people. Because we have no idea what baffles there. Walking like we we facing we all have baffles that no one sees and just made that that points me was just like i just want to be a good person..
A Simple Reason Why Not to Push for a Vaccine Mandate
"The listening audience? So my point here is a rather simple one. Not crudely made, but common sense. You have no idea. My neighbor is you don't know his name. You don't know what he does. Therefore, if you don't know his name or what he does you probably know nothing about his medical condition his medical history. If he's been infected with Covid or not, if he has a condition like Brian Deane, right on social media, some vascular condition that could maybe prohibit him from getting a vaccine for various health reasons. You have no idea you don't even know his name. Forget about any of the details of his life. Yet you want to push a nationwide mandate pushed down through private companies. You're pressuring it to doing it for everybody to get a vaccine and just to be clear you don't know them. You don't know their names. You don't know their health conditions. If they've had covid, you know nothing about them. But you want a national vaccine method. Please digest that for a moment. The mandate supporters out there. No matter where you stay again, I know it's hard. I know you already trying to think through a counterpunch because what you're processing makes sense. And you're like, Gosh, if it makes sense, I've got to flush it down the toilet because I'm a liberal, and I don't want it to make sense candidly, even if you're a Republican who support system You don't know anything about these people. You don't know if they're going through a condition like Brian Deane, right is by the way I know him only from Fox News. We're not besties. I didn't call him and say Hey, tweet this before my show so I can talk about a vaccine mandate on my show. I just literally read it during the break. I got a quick bite to eat before I came bounced up in my studio here for the radio program. And I thought this is it. This is a perfect example of what I'm trying to say. Legions of Americans have been vaccinated. Listen, ladies and gentlemen, I never lie to you. I'm one of them. I have lymphoma. It's a cancer above of the blood of your immune system. You can your immune system gets compromised. My doctor told me. I think it's a smart thing for you to do after chemo. That was when my doctor said I don't know what your doctor told you. I'm
Mark Hoppus Reveals He’s Battling an Aggressive Form of Lymphoma
"From blink. 1. 82 was on twitch on Tuesday and revealed that he was diagnosed in late April with stage for a diffuse large B cell lymphoma. This is cancer. We knew yet cancer. He talked about the type of cancer. He has its blood cancer, he says. The taxes white blood cells is my blood's trying to kill me now, if you want good news. His mom had the exact same type of cancer and beat it. She also beat breast cancer twice so that mark that gene and is in him. Someone did. Um, he described chemotherapies in the first round, felt like being an electrocuted zombie. By the third round, he felt nauseous and sick. Um, he had a test done to determine the effects of the chemo. But there isn't an update. Yet he is optimistic and said, We're beating this cancer. It's just a matter of time. So staying optimistic. So
Future-Proofing the Digital Health Ecosystem
"Health is becoming front and center and for very good reasons so talk to us a little bit about virtual health. How are you guys adding value to the ecosystem. I mean just to complete the story of how. I got the jump from aging in place to healthcare as you mentioned in the introduction i mean i have a family member asked away for late stage diagnosis and that was my first exposure to the healthcare industry. I found it extremely frustrating experience as many people. Do and the one thing when the you know the individual ultimately ended up passing away. And i think the one thing that i really had difficulty with was the first one was high risk. There were forty year. Smoker ended up having lung cancer. You would think that if you're proactive in healthcare you would suggest maybe a just a basic x ray lung x ray right and if you've been able to discover this early you know that person still beer which is obviously the most important thing but i also have spent we also have saved the Health systems and the amount of time spent the waiting rooms and dealing with chemo. And the amount of money and resources were taxed from from a system that's over and then having the insurance companies spending millions of dollars for end of life care when it again. If they had been proactive. It wouldn't have had to spend that money right so for me. It was just a very simple concept of if all of our incentives are aligned. And we're all lying to find conditions early especially in high risk populations in. Why aren't we being proactive. And white we all work together. So that was my my impetus to start virtual health inspiration which was basically the technology that we're using for aging place it also could be utilized for any type of high risk ovulation. Obviously the elderly in a part of apple also people who are underprivileged underserved and using data to essentially detect those high risk individuals and intervene at the proper moment to save healthcare system. Money and time.
How To Treat And Prevent Colon Polyps with Dr. Elizabeth Boham
"What's the big deal with pulse because we're told to get colonoscopy every two years five years ten years bidding on who you are. We're told that you know. These are big deals but really never talked talked to about how to really think about them from a functional medicine perspective in terms of prevention or treatment. It's just about going to the kospi. Cutting it out or if you have colon cancer. Cutting that out and taking chemo and radiation. But there's a whole nother world of thinking around this that allows us to to be much more targeted in our approach to preventing and treating these things so talking about whether polyps why did we get him. How how common are they in. Like the general thinking about them. Yeah absolutely so you know polyps are these growth. That occur in the inside of your intestine. So in your colon you can get these growths that are polyps and there's all sorts of different shapes types of polyps you know from at a no most hypoplastic pileups and you know all of that really influences. How risky the polyp is in terms of it. Turning into colon cancer so a percentage of these polyps can become cancerous and caused colorectal cancer. And as you mentioned unfortunately there's there's an increased rate of ecole rectal cancer. It's the second leading cause of cancer death in the united states and unfortunately we're seeing real precipitous increase in young people getting colon cancer and it's hit home for unfortunately a few times on with some of some really close friends of mine and And so it's something that you know we wanna think about you know. How do we prevent these abnormal growths from occurring especially the ones that can become dysplasia or cause
Microsoft Launches Surface Laptop 4
"Microsoft announced a new twenty twenty one surface laptop. I thought we were going to suffer. Pru suffered pro eight because suffer. Spruce seven to stem domino microsoft. Here but this emphasis. Pro seven chemo in two thousand and nineteen thus basically back in the the old days that's the daily and before went to sleep before you fell asleep and then the water suffers pro seven plus we must admit. I didn't know anything about until last week. I've been talking to microsoft about trying to review the new surface laptop and they were saying. Warbirds suffers pro seven. Plus now the voice that but it's a business only addition laptops. He can only buy for business and that was released and twenty twenty it also is not huge amount of difference to be honest this more business focused interested but no this is quite cool. Am surface laptop. Reviews are in and so far as getting fairly. Decent reviews called suffers not top four. This is now getting eleventh gen until core processors which is pretty cool. And also i think for the first time there's an amd processor option as well. The zen two cds. Now you know more about this. Do what does that mean. Well i thought. I did. But the more i listened to try and understand it the more confused i get because of the naming on the. Amd processors is crazy so actually. Three's the latest generation of processors at least for the desktop. So i'm not sure about the lattes versions of the cpu so yeah we're talking. Zen two architecture which is the last gen is a bit. Like you you get with the intel. I five you can have generation four thousand the way up so the most recent one which is the eleven so yeah But this is actually. We're starting to see laptops becoming available with the news then. Amd processors because on the desktop side of things they are absolutely amazing and they are killing intel
Every Game is a Home Game Pepsi
"If your pets per your Stewart first and foremost, everybody's from Pittsburgh My Father's Side him. My mother's side all users and proud of it off the year after the Immaculate Reception 1973. We got season tickets and I've been going to games ever since. Patrick's my son when he got to be sixteen years old. The stipulation was well, you can go you have to drive. Okay. Well, it was worth passing kind of Seventeen years 18 years or whatever, you know, which is a blast. We're 5:00 rush from the talk. Just out of habit. He sat on the left off on the right and to celebrate the good and go through the bad with your dad. You can't beat that. With my lovely wife Mana love of my life. You got married, maybe 5 she was against her too. She loves the Steelers. She made on her Terrible Towel that was there ready to grab when necessary she Drew and scream and yell and her last three years. She had been in the hospital every three or four months or something. So she passed away last October 18th. I mean I miss her tremendously, but the memories are there and nobody can take that away from me always have those pictures. That's what you want. Finger, I got a chance to it was actually their anniversary of 2018. There was an episode that he had here the week later that he was diagnosed with cancer. I went through the chemo and radiation. So hopefully it doesn't come back last year over the end of last year was sort of just a blur. So I'm going to kind of start fresh with this season. I'm in kind of the games this past Thursday morning came up. I just missed that being there. That's why I'm really bummed for this year that you gotta look out for the greater. Good could really use a few games with 60,000 plus together. But what else do you do then just adapt and make the best of it. Down here. How you doing? I'm doing wonderful. It's a pleasure to me than they do pleasure to meet you wanna thank you so much. First of all, I want to tell you on behalf of Pepsi and distillers. We know you can't make it to the game this year. So we wanted to bring the 60. You got a beautiful girl. I know what it's like to lose something you love. So we just want to make sure we brought it to you. Thank you. They feel the same. I kind of felt my modem up there for like, yeah, it's like off a moment and a girl front of you them. Even the toughest times you leaned on the people that you love the most. Yeah, we have each other and that's good enough for me.
Dissecting Man United Luke Shaw's Strange Post-Match Interview
"Nothing to talk about that came of course in the job between chelsea united unsurprisingly the media picked up shell. Strange postmatch interview polluting. That was luke. Shaw coming out and saying the. He heard the referee towel harry. Maguire the couldn't give the penalties the penalty because it recalls too much controversy. Power mcguire has come out and said show misheard anyway. My saying all of this leads up to social saying well. The referee didn't give the game gave the penalty because everyone hates manchester united now. The referee admits it couldn't give it because it would cause too much of a fuss and the also admitted that the chelsea website behind everything bad. That's happening man just united at the moment. Because it's then who said. Keep an eye on harry. Maguire and this man united lot because they might give away a penalty dawn. How do we dissect all of this while. I mean where you wanna stop. I would say look bang out of voter. The players and the referee sites which should be strictly confidential in referee sites plaza and players of communication referees. On the pitch not shouldn't get anywhere near in my opinion into an interview after the game. They've got to keep quiet. No good for the game whatsoever. But then you go into all ec enough to the gunman hayes. Massively deflected away from yet. Another poor performance against help six. The only goal scored. Monday united was in russian against tottenham when they lost six waterproof not being quite dire so i think as a clutch and massively done. We'll talk about this running against the the big six minute. But i just want to go back to something that i think we've ever actually discussed on this show steven considering we discussed everything like an unwritten rule. Basically what referees and players say to each other than shouldn't be exposed to the media heard that before knob sister ray thing to do i don't i don't think we'll see is not a referee alive. He's going to tell to a player. And say i didn't give a decision because it could be controversial. I mean that is just ridiculous. Listen i've been. I've been playing and coaching for thirty years. And football and referees matan good ones average ones a lot of incompetent ones. But i'll tell you what they're all honest and they'll make decisions the time they don't go around looking at websites and thank could be a keep me on penalty decision that i'm not going to get because that's what all the time i mean. Just don't don't kid yourself as absolute nonsense and look shaw. You watch the video lou. Shaw as even in the camera. He's behind the referee. The goal at the back of his head to show shawl thanks he had then is beyond me and thankfully highly mcguire chemo and said as much which leads us to the next point which is so bringing this up because surely he should've rectify things on made sure everything was one hundred percent right before he then goes and and spill to the fire by bringing again in the post match interview. All right. let's say for sake of argument. That indeed only gonna so. Scar is checking now. The websites of all the teams in the premier league and how they're influencing the referees. And what that may do against medicine. Let's let's just assume that that's this is what he's doing as far as preparing his team or his own preparation for the game. Why would you come on and say that in public. Will you tell the world that you care about the chelsea website. And what their material is. How does that make you look asa manager. How desperate insecure paranoid does that make you look that. You are concerned about whatever's going on in chelsea website who's running the chelsea website. And what do you care about that. This is honestly of all the things that you can bring up with managers. This is the one that i'm just kinda like. Why do you care. This have to do anything. We whatever's going on on the field and that's your responsibility. What goes on on the field. You can control but this the lusa website is a problem. That's another issue to stevie show has obviously told all that straight after the game yet. You know unless. I can assure you you don't listen to what please tell you. After again. the runner genders thought. So what happened in the game and and the majority of them don't really know again and won. T believe that things and that's exactly what shows done. He wants to believe that should ref said so. He's decided so then he goes and tells these manager after the game. And that's why only staying on the on the interview because all these not saying unless luke shaw has actually told them so shows the one that's all i don't necessarily think the all is because he genuinely tame believed what shows told them but there should be a lesson
Coup fighters: Myanmars persistent protesters
"Today myanmar's ousted leader aung san suu. She appeared in public for the first time since she was detained a month ago in a coup by the country's military leaders. Her appearance came as people in my own. Mark continued to take to the streets in protest even after the pro democracy movements deadliest day yesterday at least eighteen people were killed. A security forces fired live rounds into crowds across the country. There's no end in sight to the escalation as demonstrations have grown. The junta's methods have become more brutal saturday on mars. To the united nations chemo. Ton made an emotional appeal asking for international assistance. We need fun. Strongest possible action from the international community to immediately and the military coop to stop oppressing the innocent people to redan the state power to the people and to restore democracy.
"chemo" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Every night on W O R. So 200 million people go to sleep with Dr Liederman. Many people wake up with Dr Leader and many people. Work in New York and around the world to show his life's dream. So this show to its livestream, you could listen anywhere in the world. Even if you travel to I don't know Antarctica or China. You could listen to these shows there live stream, so give us a call whenever you want. This is Dr Liederman here for you. I'm gonna introduce myself in a little bit. What about a man who's 69 years old? He's married. He's a real estate broker. He came to me well elsewhere. He had a tongue cancer of the tongue. Cancer and standard treatment had chemo and radiation standard treatment. And then he had cancer. The traveled to his lung. And he was on chemotherapy, said lots of chemo elsewhere. Lots of chemo and standard radiation with cancer from the tongue going to the lung. And in the year of chemo, Djetou them tow work and he came to me. More than three years ago with cancer Stage four traveling to his lung. And, of course, is chemo Doctor want to give him chemo for the rest of his life? And the patient is didn't want chemo for rest of his life. And he came to me and we talked about all the options. So we offer him treatment for his lung cancer and offered treatment and non invasive. Pinpoint radiosurgery with thousands of beams. No cutting, no bleeding. No hospitals, no invasion. No ventilators. No, I see youse. Three years ago, a stage for cancer and he's done great over the years. He's still doing great and he just had a new spot of cancer show up from Red Stage four, which means it can come again and we offered treatment and he just finished that treatment, too. So in three years, he said. Two times radiosurgery once three years ago once now, and he's doing great, no chemo is in fact, adamant, no chemo, no surgery, no cutting, and this is the work that we do every day. I can see if you look at him. He's fantastic. He's fully intact. He's living. His life is so different than if someone had to have or someone thought they had to have their lung opened up. Our lifelong chemotherapy is so different. He's leading his life is living his life. He's doing what he wants. He's not having side effects. He's pleased with treatment, and he's had just a few treatments in three years. Doing great with sure beats. I believe radical surgery for metastatic cancers that along or endless chemo, So there's lots of reasons that he's happy and healthy and doing great. And he's pleased about that. And this is the work that we do every day at 13 84 Broadway. We have lots of information to send you with information about brain cancers and body cancers and breast cancers and Skin cancers and prostate cancers and primary cancers of medicine. He cancers and why get a second opinion in the history of radio surgery and DVDs and English in other languages. So give us a call if you want or come in many people come to our office at 13 84 Broadway 1384 Broadway. And pick up information. This is the work that we do, and we do. Also education. That's why we're on the radio today..
COVID cases spike among Houston Kroger workers
"The union representing houston area. Kroger workers claims the supermarket. Chain isn't doing enough to protect its employees from the corona virus reporter. Andrew schneider has more on what workers are saying. The union says to houston area. Kroger workers have died of covid nineteen in the past week while nearly three hundred fifty have been infected in the past month. A record high. John evans who works for kroger and clear lake worries. The store isn't doing enough to enforce mask wearing or limit store capacity. I have three people in my family. That are at risk. One of them is actually going through chemo treatment. So bringing this home to my family is a is a major concern from the. I do everything i can to make sure that i'm protecting them. But you can only do. So much evans says kroger made sure that as a frontline worker he received his first vaccination.
Florida state officials want to put a stop to COVID "vaccine tourism"
"Getting covered 19 vaccines because they cannot prove their state residency. That's a full time job now between my wife's chemo appointments down here and all that stuff. It's like I'm back to work. Royce Minsky spoke to Wink TV and Fort Myers. The state implemented the residency requirement last week to limit so called vaccine tourism people who travel to Florida just to get inoculated. Seasonal residents who don't have a Florida driver's license can use a rental agreement to show they live here. Should another
Dustin Diamond undergoing chemotherapy treatments for cancer
"The storm a popular nineteen nineties sitcom is facing a health crisis a representative for Dustin diamond says the actor is now getting chemotherapy treatment after being diagnosed with cancer the rep for the star of the original saved by the bell series says diamond has finished his first round of chemo and a second round is now being scheduled he was hospitalized earlier this month in Florida and last week his publicity team disclosed that he did have cancer no details have been provided about the type of cancer involved what what his prognosis might be diamond played screech on saved by the bell which aired from nineteen eighty nine to nineteen ninety three he was in two of the spin offs but is not in the current reboot that was launched on peacock last fall I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Ubisoft Is Developing A Massive Open-World ‘Star Wars’ Video Game
"Open world star was game is in development. Not at electron arts sits in development at. Ub soft it's from the division developer yousof massive. No indication has been given us u whether it would be single player or multiplayer. Or what part of the star was timeline or win and might be released but Ub eve chemo says quote on. It's an original stores adventure. That is different from anything that has been done before. Sam what do you make of that. It can't be two stories. you can't be star. Wars chess masters tarazi yummy. Oh it's none of those things. If you just eliminate all the way star wars has manifested itself. You can figure out what this game is because it's not any of those cannon whatever it is going to be cannon with with just films and everything everything our young everything hanan. I think this is such cool news. the division is not necessarily my cup of tea but like big aaa studio. That's really really well. Resourced and capable of of of doing star wars justice undeniably so Yeah i'm really really excited. We also dug into some of the jobless things because obviously now the the word is out there like our star wars project and they're able to be a little bit more descriptive there. Nothing to revelatory words like open world action adventure linear and lawn on linear storytelling. An rpg style progression were thrown around. So it's a video game folks you heard for as many star wars games as we've gotten. Yeah it's been a million where you know this this little trailer montage. That's running a showing several of them. We haven't really ever gotten a big aaa open world star wars game. There has been role playing games. And you know jet. I fallen order is. I don't know what you would call that wide. Probably i would. I would think on the positive side. This is just yet i fall. And were because it's a bunch of open areas and ed fine with me but i want i want like i want like sky rim levels of open like our fallout lending open area. Yeah i want like actual open world star wars game. Where like that's this weird hole in the in all the star wars games we've gotten in the past if it was that that that could work well but what worries me is seeing the division footage and thinking about the avengers and like you know we did our lessons being learned about what You know open world games are when they are also games a service or are thus not being learned about that and people really like the division say anthems that the thing that scares me as much as a jazz. Yeah that's a that's a very real you know. I'd like star wars as much as the next nerd. But the franchise assertive written into a corner because there are no jet. I in modern star wars so unless they go back in time to old republic all any player ever want to do is run around as a djeddai but the fiction of every single star. Wars game has to itself for why you know. I'm not a jet. I but i'm using a lightsaber or Or calcutta's in jeddah. Fallen order is a jet. I'd here's why you know. No one knows about him like i. It's this big stumbling block. That like every star wars game has to overcome so but even if you are jet. I like you can't be getting a new lightsaber and equipping new loot and being on this loop dried. Really like he got different different robes. Sure where they can make that work. that's horrible. I think that's why a builder public works of the time when there were there were a lot of it is. I'm definitely a fan of a lot of ubisoft. Open world games. A lot of the Is far cries but Yeah just to echo what you're saying. The divisions are really my cup of tea. Either a shared world sort of lewd or shooters not really what. I what i'm into. So i don't know i don't know what to make of this Tina i know you like a lot of assassins creeds. Obviously like open games shema. What what's your take on this. I didn't play of division one. I did actually like the vision to i think there are. Rpg elements that make sense and like you know really big dense world to go around and do different activities in could could be a really good fit to so. I have confidence that us off. Nasa is a great choice in general Breaking out of. Ea exclusively is a good thing for them if felt like felt like ea developing those games Was a bit of practice for what is now known as lucasfilm games. And now they get to branch out and pick like a clipper per the type of game that they're going for so that they don't feel necessarily like hamstring into Squeezed into one publisher particularly. So it's like they got a little bit confidence with the successive jet iphone. Order and star wars squadrons and a couple advancements the battlefront two. So they've figured out a formula that could work and now they get to poach essential essentially developers from different talents to figure out what else they're gonna do in this increasingly dense cannon star wars world.
Nikema Williams on her first day in congress
"So this is a picture of Congresswoman Nicky, Mo Williams was taken Sunday, right inside the Capitol Rotunda. Let's see if we can get There we go. So this was right after she was born in. So Williams represented Georgia's fifth district. That was the seat held by longtime congressman John Lewis until his death last year. Congressman Congresswoman Williams joins us live Now for our special election night coverage tonight, Congressman First recognition. Hey, congratulations to you. It's only been a few days. Has your experience in Congress been interesting? So far? How would you describe it? Oh, it has been quite interesting and it is going to continue that way. Because tomorrow we have the electoral college certification. And on the House floor. And as you probably have heard, there are a lot of Republicans that are looking to contest the election results from six days and George is one of those states. So I get the opportunity to defend our democracy on my very first time Speaking from the floor of the House of Representatives, and that certainly is fitting for you, Congresswoman, So tell me about that, though you were one of the 16 electors here in Georgia that certified Electoral college votes just a few weeks ago, And now this, you have to face this. Like you said, kind of on your first day. Absolutely. And so as I was thinking about tomorrow like my ascertainment that was fine with my name on it was signed by Brian Kim. In theory, anybody who would have done anything possible within the limits of the law. I assume it prime hip is not gonna do the chemo Williams any favors, So I am looking forward to tomorrow because I am assured that once everything is said and done, Joe Biden will continue to Be the vice president elect, and we're going through these games that the other party is playing, and it's really beyond partisanship. At this point, Jovita it is really an affront to our patriotism. This is about our country. Now. This is about our democracy. And we are going to see you're like election results Turnout tonight and they should have been focused on these election results like we were because I'm optimistic, and I think I'm gonna have to Democratic U S. Senators from Georgia Joining me in Washington Gods woman. What happens if the results at the end of this night with these run off So tomorrow? What do you think it's going to take for perhaps the country to come together? You have used language, saying that you'd like to represent everyone and unite. Absolutely so. And I will pure appraise the quote by James Baldwin. I can love and work with anyone except for those people who believe in my repression and don't believe in my humanity at the person, But what I hope that we can come together on is how do we get our Children back to school safely have a five year old. Was in the background, so I hope he doesn't join us at any moment. But it needs to be in school and person, but it needs to be state. How do we get our economy back on track? I get the emails from people who have been waiting for unemployment is this summer? Because are they don't have jobs for no fault of their own. And how do we make sure that we get this pandemic under control? Have a good roll out of this vaccine, Get the people vaccinated that needed and keep people safe in the process, So I hope those are some things that we can come together and work on that impacts everybody in this country. Not just one party. Thank you so much. Congresswoman Nicky, Mo Williams, representing Georgia's fifth district. Now we know that you are anxiously awaiting these results as we are watching them here at home. So thank you for joining us taking your time tonight. Thank you. Thank you. You have in
"chemo" Discussed on 710 WOR
"People who lose part of their lung and never Kenbrell and they're chronically short of breath. And we know that that lung cancer often comes back and then comes back it did in him. And the surgeon's saw. This is why we have to cut out the other part of the lung, and he said no, and he said, I heard about Dr Liederman and his pulmonary doctors in the five girls in this pulmonary doctor also said I heard about Dr Lieberman and I saw good results, and he sent this 83 year old man who'd had surgery one of the biggest hospitals, He said he would never Have surgery again. It was his devastating and caused too many side effects, just like to be in the hospital does like his lung removed doesn't like chest tubes is like the pain and it's so easy to understand why people come here for a fresh second opinion when they know The surgeon never told this patient listener told this patient and the patient's pulmonary doctor know about our work and seen her work and sent him here for evaluation and treatment, and that's what we're doing. That's what we do. Every day. We talked about all the options and we're not afraid about talking about surgery, Chemo or Anything. We talk about all the options and another man from Morocco. He's a 63 years old. He's single without Children comes with his brothers, also from Morocco with metastatic thyroid cancer. I saw him first. Three years ago, and he had five operations that one of the biggest hospitals in New York five operations of this thyroid, he had standard radiation. And we know that standard radiation does not work very well for thyroid cancer and his new cancer of the liver and lung metastatic stage four cancer. And we know that we have a high success rate in treating metastatic thyroid cancer. Symptomatic is is symptomatic with pain and suffering, he said. Several years of chemotherapy in chemo we know doesn't work it chemo for two years, the cancer in the liver is growing. The chemotherapy is not tolerating the chemotherapy is not working. You saw me 2.5 3 years ago and well, he was kind of encouraged. Have chemo by his doctor. All you have to have chemo, the cancer's all over your body, so you should have chemo that goes over your body. And now we understand this because chemo goes over the body doesn't mean it's working. It just goes over the body and chemo is kind of a poison so it can poison the body without working. And this expense of the average came was about $10,000 a month and we know that people have cancer often go bankrupt because the chemo and the surgery and radiation of these big hospitals is so expensive and we know that Costs are so much less of an independent radiation radiology center a P A. P R magazine has written about it and we talk about it. The cost could be sometimes 1/10 90% less. So much less, and that's just the system. I can't explain it to you other than the costs or less. That cares where personal and you're not in a facility with ICUs and ventilators and People marching over that you don't even know who they are. This is the work that we do every day at 13, 84, Broadway, Broadway and 38 Street and just want to make a short comment. There's an article on NPR magazine and NPR has written it just because of the virus. Many people are not getting the cancer care They deserve, whether it's a biopsy your scans or treatment. We've been here every day. We're here every day and we're talking about it every day..