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"chicago medical school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"chicago medical school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"To the Larry Elder Show when we talk about double mascot, Remember, what we're really talking about? Is just trying to prevent the virus from being excreted by me into the air or me and hailing the virus from some wealth in the air. And it's both of function of face fit and face filtration. Think about your swim goggles was the last time anybody leaked that the lenses they look at the fit, and so what we're concerned about is that many of these face cloth coverings do have already compromised fit or filtration capacity. If you add on another mask, you may actually make the film. Tougher for the air to move through the two cloth area. And then at that point, it causes more air to actually leak around the sides, which actually enhances your ability to get infected. So I'm not saying that some couldn't be used in a better way. But at the same time, there are many that may actually you may do more harm. Let me just say right now, one thing that's really to me very important. As we see up to 25% of people who wear it under their nose. Triple 8971 s a G E triple 89717243. I am Larry Elder. We are really factor dot com studio that is Dr Michael Austra home. He is a The lead doctor on the Biden Coronavirus Task Force. And here he is refuting the advice the doctor felt he gave just days ago in which Dr Fauci advised Americans to double up on the face mask. We're gonna put that in many more questions to my next guest. He is a seasoned gastroenterologist soc professor of medicine that you see l A on the board of trustees of the American Society of Gastroenterology, Endoscopy and on the board of trustees of a Chicago medical of Chicago Medical School, please welcome back to the program. Dr Carey. Be strong, Doctor..

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"chicago medical school" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"chicago medical school" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Okay? We could see in your doctor forms. She'll be on shortly she's reconnect, so let's we'll go to the next one. That's a strategy. Been working. My name is China Strategy on the dean of the Chicago Medical School and vice president from medical affairs at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science. I'm a pediatric infection for the specialist by background and Have an interest in Thank you, Dr Corey, my snot. That's my stuff. Thank you. I'm Building. Meissner I'm a professor of pediatrics in the infectious to these divisions at Tufts University School of Medicine and Tough Children's Hospital in Boston. That that's again. Morning. This is Dr hit again. I'm a professor of pediatrics is the pediatric infectious to Stanford University. Great to be here. Thank you. That could allow my villa. Morning, Michael Carella. I'm the director of the division of Clinical Innovations. At the National Center for Venting Speculation. All science within the National Institute help on the apologists by training and most of my professional career has been involved in infectious disease, drug and vaccine development. Did that ball up it Yeah. Hi. I'm Paul off it. I am a professor of pediatrics in the division of infectious diseases at the Children's Hospital, Philadelphia and the Government School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Back and turned the Acto Polunin Vietto. Good morning. I'm Paula. Nancy Otto. I need clinical global development for vaccines that Merck and I'm here today is the non voting industry representative. Excellent. That's the silent Oldman. The Tillman. Okay, doctor, the Superdome. Morning. You hear me? Yes, we can. Thank you. Good morning. My name is Sheldon Talman from an attorney. And I represent welcome suppliers, mostly in the health area. I'm employed by New Haven Legal Assistance Association. Although over here today in my personal capacity as a consumer that time They, uh, that's a few pungent. Hi, everyone. I'm Steve for him. I'm an associate professor at The University of Washington and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. And focus on infectious diseases. Can we go to the next slide, please? They, doctor doctor. For now, that will be tough for them. In a beautiful Good morning. I'm a beautiful er I'm an associate professor of microbiology and immunology at University of Michigan Medical School and a member of the African Studies Center in the International Institute, and I'm a virologist by training. The doctor Kim, that thinking. Good morning, David Kim. I'm the director of the Division of Vaccines, See Office of Infectious Disease and HIV AIDS policy under the officer, the assistant secretary for health. The doctor. Anything, Ruby? I am Eric Rubin. I'm editor in chief of the New England Journal of Medicine professor at the Harvard School, a covered Cage Chan School of public Health and an infection these condition at the Brigham and Women's Hospital. God, that's a dentist. Good morning. I'm Jake Hendricks from the president and C over here in medical college professor of internal Medicine Navarro, immunologist by tiny and This is the roll call for this Expected day long meeting of the FDA Advisory Committee on the Fizer Covert 19 vaccine. Conducting the roll call is theater vise ARY committees, acting designated federal officer doctor, a tria. Week, Dr Janet Leigh. Morning on Internet Way Professor biostatistics at the University of Arkansas for medical sciences. Great. Looks like me. That that one buffalo Good morning. I'm one step closer to human infection because his condition of a major panic in Phoenix, Arizona. They got the mark for you. Morning. I'm Mark Sawyer. I'm a professor of pediatrics that the University of California, San Diego and Radio San Diego and I'm in pediatric infectious disease specialist. That's the meaning that Watson Good morning. I'm going to Porton. I'm in an adult infection.

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"chicago medical school" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"chicago medical school" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Toward 150 is quote considered borderline above 100 fifty's too high. The bottom number. 1990 five's board line above 95 is too high and associated with that is the risk of damaging your kidneys, possibly having a stroke. It's just not a good thing to continually. Have high blood pressure. So can your procedure actually have an impact on high blood pressure? You can't cure it because you don't cure anything. That's true. We do not cure anything. What We deal with this the brain body connection. But interestingly, the brain body connection has been shown to connect with primary hypertension and a surprisingly high number of cases. So is there a study or something that indicates that the wise there was a study that was published in what is the most prestigious journal for hypertension and as the Journal of Human Hypertension, and they published a study April of 2000 and seven In this particular study. They took 50 people and took them off the hypertensive medications. And then half of them received a sham correction. And the other half received a national correction of the brain body connection so that Z called a blind study they had, and and this was done through medical school was done through the University of Chicago Medical School, so is monitored by a complete medical team. And they just had one clinician who was trained in this particular procedure that provided the actual corrections. Okay, So you had one group out of the 50 studied Who got this sham correction, And then you had the other group. I got the real deal. Yes, And you know what a sham correction is, because not everyone knows that. It's actually when the patient thinks they're getting the correction, but actually, they're not. Okay. So what were the results of the study? The results of the study showed that the group that received the sham correction There was absolutely no change in their blood pressure whatsoever. Okay? The other group. Their blood pressure dropped the equivalent of not one but two hypertensive medications. That's a significant drop. Can you ballpark the percentage for me? That's sounds like a big draw. It was a big drop, and it was quite amazing enough so that certainly they chose to publish it in this particular journal. Okay, So if if you get that kind of result and you see those kinds of results, you see that in a very prestigious medical journal, I would assume given the amount of time that you've practiced that you probably have some examples of people who have had Similar or Yeah, okay, Similar results with hypertension treatment in chatting or in going through your procedure, And that's true. You know, those of us that have been doing this work for decades already knew the results of the study because we see it every day in our practice. Really, But you know, to get it published like that, really? Uh, and a lot of credibility to it. It reinforces what we do find, And it's ah kind of helps get the word out because you can pick these kind of study up on Web MD. But I had a case that came to see me here about 34 years ago. This was a 67 year old female. And she was dealing with high blood pressure. She'd had it for 15 to 20 years, and she was controlling it with medication. And so she appreciated the importance of getting the brain body connection corrected. And she reported just a few months into her care that she was now reducing her hypertensive medication by 50%. And her blood pressure was doing 50% better now. Did she do that under the care of a doctor? Yes, because we don't. We don't make recommendations with regards to meds right freedom, however, further down the road when she'd been under care about a year, she reported that she was off the midst completely in her blood pressure was 95% better. So she goes through your procedure. She lines up the brain and the body and then through the care of her physician over a period of time, she's reducing her meds, and she sees a dramatic change in her condition. Yes, in that she was able to get off the medication and have normal blood pressure, which there are side effects to the medication. I mean, they're important to take If there's nothing else you can do. But keep in mind that the actual cause of the hypertension is not being addressed by the meds. What the man's a doing? They're forcing the blood pressure down to to help protect you from further damage and second case a gentleman by the name of Joseph, who came to see me back in 08. He was 64. And he was dealing with blood pressure. That was all over the map. It was high. It was low. It's just uncontrollable. And once again, hey came to us to get a correction of his brain body connection, which is what we provided, and he reported reported just a few months later that his blood pressure was coming down a lot. Quote unquote is what he said. It was time to normalize. Okay, Now, people who are listening this you if you just dropped in, you might mistakenly think that Oh, they're talking about a cure for hypertension. And and that's not at all what we're talking about. Because Doctor Yardley, you don't cure hypertension to you away. Don't hear anything. The body heals itself. We'll explain what that means. It means that the body needs no help. Just no interference. And one of the major interference is not the only but one of the major is this compromise brain body connection, and that's what we do, and we do it very well. When you say the brain body connection you mean the alignment between the spine and the skull? Yes, right At the very top of the neck. There is a vertebrae. It's around washer like vertebrae called the atlas and sitting on it. This is this big blob. This thing we call ahead. On if if they're not lined up, right, which can happen is result of force. It's being used in the delivery process. Bungee jumping, especially if the rope breaks These kind of things, uh, can result in damage in this area, which most people don't even realize they have. If the rope breaks was a joke, in case you may Yeah, but it has happened. I'm sure it's all right. Let me tell you about the special deal that we're offering right now. You can contact the Yardley Institute. Sure, they have a website Yardley institute dot org to find out more..

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"chicago medical school" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"chicago medical school" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You know what you told me A long time ago, when I asked why you keep saying fake media you said to me, I say that because I need to discredit you so that when you say negative things about me, no one will believe you have to just credit you, but that's what discredited yourself, you know. I didn't want to have this kind of. No, I didn't. No, I didn't know. Then you brought up a lot of subjects that well, I said tough questions. They were inappropriately right from the beginning. Now, your first question was. This is going to be tough questions. Don't ask Joe Biden. I saw your interview with Joe the interview. I never did a joke in the interview of 60 minutes. Killed by giving softball after softball. I've seen all of his interviews. He's never been asked a question. That's hard. Okay, but forget him for a minute. Would you starve your president and use me? Leslie, you started with May your first statement was Ah, Are you ready for tough questions? That's no way to talk. Do you think she sits down with Joe Biden says You're ready for me. Tio Hammer you with with biased questions with the premise that you disagree with you think that's how she would start with Joe Biden? No, I I don't. I don't think so. I think we all know exactly how that would go. And good for the White House for at least taping it on their end here, Otherwise, it would have been another hit piece. Another hit piece that wasn't based on really trumps answers. It's just the way they cut it and paste it and pull it all together and 60 minutes. Does this thing where they have the narration voice that comes in so you don't get to actually challenge it's really quite dishonest In a situation like this. You don't get to challenges the interviewee. What is being dropped in, they'll say, you know, they'll have the lazy stall asking trouble question and then her voice will be interspersed into a moment there. Where all the Sunday we checked on the facts of this and turns out that what the president said is a lie, and then it just goes back to the interview. It's like, Wait. Hold on a second. What That's what they do. It's also fraudulent, but this is what they need to do. You have to remember that you almost feel bad for them because I don't feel bad for them because this is the guy that they say should be president of States Plate. This is the most consequence. Not because I'm running because I'm running against this most consequential election on a long, long, long time in the character of the country, in my view is literally on the ballot. What kind of country we're going to be four more years of George Georgia. We find ourselves in a position where if Trump gets elected, we're gonna be we're gonna be in a different world to say that that that sounds to me like a what you would delicately call a senior moment. George Georgia Bush. No, no wrong. We're to ignore that right? Guys having foggy moments. Does anyone think that gets better in two or three years with this guy as president? That's right. They don't care because then comma law gets to take over. And Camilla checks the identity politics boxes for the left. And we'll do exactly what the Democrat Party wants. We'll get into it. Kamala Harris in a moment. She also was interviewed over the weekend. So important notes there about her. But Joe Biden was always saying he's going to listen to the experts. And that's the big difference between Trump and him. Notice how dismissive he is about A University of Chicago Medical School trained MD who was chief of Neuro radio Neural radiology at Stanford University Medical Center. Notice how Biden talks about that expert play for Dr Scott Atlas, and he's advocating young people go about their business. And older people sequester. Nobody thinks that makes any sense. Nobody no serious stock around the world. No serious doctor. This is like how they talk about climate change. That's a lie. There are thousands of doctors who have signed a statement that is supportive of exactly what was raised there, which is focused protection, protect the elderly and those with with chronic conditions and those at high risk and let everybody else effectively go through their lives normally. Great Barrington Declaration. Thousands and thousands of doctors, including from places like Stanford, Oxford and Harvard and Yale, they have signed that. So here's Biden telling you, no one agrees with him. Well, that's alive. Section Thanks for listening to the Buck Sexton Show on Talk Radio. 6 80 Wcbm Wcbm Baltimore Straight shower to.

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"chicago medical school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"chicago medical school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"With better three day in the history of sports and in America, we have to conduct a very round, which month later, what was sweeter body was rappers Bob Baffert won the sixth race in the Kentucky Derby. Long shot paid $18 out any better? This wasn't the usual 330,000. People that tend that breaks were not there. And it just is his flock is happiness that been involved in it. All the happy people there their hats and ladies of the hat. That's it, Larry. It's sad by by, although I don't think it made much of a difference to the horse is triple 8971 s A G E Triple 89717243 Larry Elder, Real effective Dotcom studio. Dr Carrie be strong is a gastroenterologist and associate professor of medicine at the Hay is a frequent guest on the Larry on a show. Also on the board of trustees of of Chicago Medical School, please welcome back to the program. Dr Carey Beast on Dr Strom, How are you? I'm great, Larry. It's nice to talk to you again. How are you? I'm doing well, Doctor, all sorts of questions. People are lining up to ask you Let me just start with just where do you think we are in the course of this pandemic. Well as a scientist. I look att stands. I mean, we've talked about this before. There's no question it's pretty serious. But I just don't know. And I don't think anybody really knows where we're gonna find out retrospectively what the real deal is looking We've had 180,000 deaths. Most of the people that died, unfortunately, had co morbid conditions like diabetes, hypertension. I will pay them 650,000 deaths a year from heart disease in the US, there's almost 100,000 of diabetes may be 50,000 of hypertension. Without any type of insult. Any person that gets an insult is not gonna tolerate the insult as well. I do believe that is Corona virus is pretty serious. I don't know if all the numbers are correct. I mean, I will tell you from writing articles and reading articles, stats could be manipulated. I'm not saying they are here. But I just I don't know. I think with healthy skepticism we're going to find out later where we really are. But I will tell you I mean, I see it in my patients. I'm back in my office. Now I'm working. We're shut down for a while people not as fearful of coming into the office. But if you look at the mental Anxiety and disorders from 2019 of June 2020. Anxiety is probably threefold. Depression is up from 6% 25% and suicide rate is up, probably over 2.5%. That's a real deal. I mean, we I told you this before we you and I talked about this that the depression, anxiety and angst that this is going to create. It's going to be huge, and I don't believe it's goingto be abated. When the, um vaccination comes out. I think you're going to see years of this like a PTSD. Unfortunately. It has an enormous fallout. I see this from friends. I see this from patients. The anxiety and the Depression is severe. Cobb. Financial obviously has taken a hit. I mean, and the disease has taken a hit. I will just tell you it's Cedar Sinai Medical Center. And take it for what it is. You could see stance. But I will tell you since the onset of the pandemic has been 972 cases of Cobra. There's been 295 ice. You admissions. We don't know how long they've been in the eyes to you. But 931 of those 9 72 patients have been discharged. So it has been 41 deaths. Now when I would sit home and watch the news about these hospitals being inundated and no ventilators, Maybe it's in different areas. We tend to be in an area here. That is in a upper middle class area. I know the hospitals where there is, uh, tire quarters. People living closer together. They may have got deluge, but we didn't see that at Cedar Sinai some looking at all this morning. What? What's really going on here? I just I don't know. But I do believe the psychological fallout is going to be a hell of a lot bigger than we anticipated. As far as the vaccination goes, I think there's progress there were in, um, face three trials pastry, where they're studying, probably 60 to 70,000 patients. It's a double blind of that is the researcher and the patient doesn't know do not know if they're getting really vaccination of the placebo. It's double line. It's randomized control. This is really science. And I do believe that the vaccination is going to be good. The question is there going to be going the 2 to 3 doses? To maintain immunity. So I think a lot of it still is unknown. We're getting a lot of opinion. I don't know personally, but I feel that we are coming around a corner here and I do believe with the onset of the vaccination on the market. People are going to be liberated and their angst is going to diminish not to say totally. I see a couple years off. Fallout from this mentally, but I think they were getting a handle on it. I hope we're getting a handle on it. I don't believe the vaccination is going to be ready if they readily available to the population, probably for the spring. I think health care workers will get it first, and I think older people that are compromise. We'll get it as well. So In a nutshell. Those are my sentiments on on the state of the Koga virus right now. Triple 8 99 1 s a G E Triple 89717243 is our number for your calls to Dr Carey Strong. He is an associate professor of medicine. The doctor. I wonder whether you have the same feeling that I would have. Sometimes when I would watch a law program on TV. I'm a lawyer. I would a litigator and I know that when you're in a courtroom, and and the the opposing counsel says objection, you don't stand up and say, your honor. If I'm allowed to finish the statement I would establish so and so and so and so and so and so..

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"chicago medical school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"chicago medical school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Beginning of the session, Trainers explained that white people have internalized a sense of racial superiority that made them unable to access their humanity, not making this up. More on this later on. Dr Carrie Strong regular guest in the Larry on a show is a seasoned gastroenterologist and associate Minutemen socially professor of medicine, and he's on the board of trustees at the American Society of Gastro. Intestinal endoscopy and on the board of trustees of Chicago Medical School. Please welcome back to the program. Dr Carey be strong, Doctor. How are you? I'm very fine, Mr Elder. Thank you. How are you? I don't know. I wanted to ask you what you thought of the governor re shutting down the state. Yeah, I heard the same thing You did. Look at it. The number of cases are going up. The deaths are going down. I think the concern is they don't want to run out of hospital space. Statistics are funny, Larry, They're very funny. I mean, It's just what are they gathering like, For instance, hospitals depends on the state. Some states. Reporting a lot of cases. Some are not. CDC doesn't require this. If that uniform everywhere. That's the problem. The number of cases are going up. Younger people are getting infected. Death rates are going down. I will tell you the death rates are dramatically going down. In the United States in May, like the middle of May 2400 deaths today. Now there's 212. But the cases are going up the cases they're going from 17,000 the same time to 67,000 What does that mean? More people being tested are not enough people being tested. It's very hard for me to determine what is going out with these stats because there's nothing uniforms and I don't know if they're measuring it in one or two days or they're measuring it in a week. I mean, it's It's very I mean, anyone who's dealt with mathematics. And statistics know that they may not be consistent across all state lines. So it's hard for me to interpret, I guess. Before assuming the cases are going up, which they probably are. And the concern is that the hospitals are going to run out of space. I suppose you have to shut it down like I told you before. You prepare for the worst and hope for the best, and it's a tough thing. It's a very tough read because I don't know if the numbers were getting are all consistent across all states. Hard for me to interpret. But the death rates are going down. The number is triple 8971 s a G Triple 89717243 If you like to ask Dr Carey be strong, the question Dr Strong. Speaking of the unreliability of the data before you came on, I played on excerpt from a newscast. Orlando Fox, local Fox News. And it turns out a bunch of labs in Florida were reporting 100% positivity every single sample that they that they examined. They tested positive for Corona virus. What are the odds? And so they investigated and one lab admitted that they screwed up and it went from 100% positivity to 9%. Now, that's a bit of a gap. Yes. So the national average is 9% positivity. When you're seeing a high positivity rate like that you're not doing enough testing or the test is inaccurate, so that simply can't be right. 9% of tests that are done in this country are positive, and I suspect as time goes on, because what we talked about before this herd immunity, it's going to go up. We sort of wanted to go up. We want people to get infected, not get sick and not die. That's what we want. That's basically our vaccination without an actual injection. That's a vaccination. So 9% is true across the country as pretty much consistent. Every state very California's anywhere from 6 to 10% states in New England or maybe 2% So it does vary, but I think across the country about 9% when someone's telling me they have 100% that is a false test, or there's just not enough tests being done. If you test one person, and they're positive, I guess that's 100% right. Larry gets so Carol is in Texas. Carol, you're on with Dr Cary be strong and Larry. Thank you very much for calling. Hi, Larry. Yes, Doctor. I have a question about so if you Had symptoms and he had to go the hospital and once you get in there, do you have any choice of what they treat us like, he said. I really want the hydroxide, Corcoran, zinc and Deepak, Or do they just throw whatever their protocols are at you? Well, I don't care. I don't think you're going. Where do you live? Texas, Texas, Texas. Yeah, I don't think you're going to be able to manage your own care of the hospital. Um Lookit there. There are two drugs out there. That seemed to be good now, which has some teeth behind it is hydro cortisone. Steroids. People that are on ventilators to get steroids tend to get up quicker. And the rent is severe. Seems to be a good one. The hydroxy clark Quinn. Um it is the data just is not behind it. Okay, Doctor Storm Dr. Strong meets my guess We're going to take a break. We come back more calls. Jesse.

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"chicago medical school" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:02 min | 2 years ago

"chicago medical school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The six weeks through May and June. And if you fail to contain the outbreak by characterized it like embers of a fire, there's a little ember left. He started force fire. Exactly what we're seeing happening now. United States. I mean, you just have the experience in California 23 states. Currently that are backing up. They're reopening plans in 38 states that have an increased number of cases. Dr Kahn stay with us because we now turn to a state that seems at the moment to be doing better. As California is re closing beaches, Illinois is preparing to open some of the beaches along Lake Michigan because their case numbers seemed to have gone considerably down. We called Dr Emily Landon, who advises the Illinois government. So what seems to be working in Illinois? Well, Illinois took a lot of steps early on to try and control the spread of this virus. Maybe before it was an emergency to do so, And that's really the right time. I'm convinced that if we hadn't had our stay at home order on March 21st That even a week or two weeks delay would have put us in the same situation is what we've seen in the Northeast and in New York City. You find mask used to be pretty widespread if you go out on the streets of Chicago, saying, Well, I think it's not bad here. I think most of the buildings and most of the shops that are open here in Chicago are requiring masks for entry. And I think that's been really important. We were one of the earliest places to require masks back before it became really so much of a political issue. And I think that's really helped Illinois to come along and kind of buy into the Mass, at least in Chicago. Now, you'll still see lots of people not wearing masks on the street. But that's because you don't need to wear a mask unless you're really within six feet of another person. So if you're Out running on the lakefront path or you're taking a walk with your quarantine family. You know, it's not necessary to wear your mask, but you do need have one if you want to be close to other people. So what else? Besides, some beaches will be opening in Illinois in the next few days. Well, Illinois went into phase for last week. And that means that restaurant's indoor parts of restaurants are now able to operate a 25% occupancy. Public pools are now allowed to open in some places and the lakefront path which had been closed since a very nice day in March, where too many people were out and about gathering and The mayor very smartly shut that down. Now that's open and beaches may open soon. Jim's began to open last week. Certainly the's are still risky activities there still more infection than we want to be having. But if people are following the rules keeping distance wearing their mass If we can keep doing those things than it should be safe enough for us to go back to doing some of these things that we used to enjoy before the pandemic. Now when I listen to you saying what you think it did, right? I hear some similarities between Illinois in California because California is, you know, also said, Hey, we were on this early. We shut down early. We're in a better situation. Now we can begin to open up. Now they're having to shut back down again. It turns out that the virus has been there all along and is emerging again. Yeah, Have that a cautionary tale for you. It is. In fact, I've been talking to my friends and colleagues and saying we need to understand better what's happened in California but with respiratory viruses and with infection in general, there's kind of a tipping point. That happens where Every case is able to spread to one or more other people on average. Then you have to do some very drastic things like a stay at home order or really closing down. Ah lot of public buildings and activities. So I don't know exactly what's put in California back into this situation, But I do know that if they do the same things that they did before that it should be successful in curbing the spread of the virus. Dr. Emily Landon is chief infectious disease epidemiologist at the University of Chicago Medical School and has been advising the governor of Illinois. Now Dr Ali Khan is still with us at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and Dr Khan. Do you sense that state and local officials are learning and even learning from each other as some suffer setbacks? No, not at all and would do respect. Dr. Landon. I don't believe the data port that Illinois is doing better make Daniel mid June. I think there were 552 can actually just say there were 800 cases of another cautionary tale, which is that Unless you get your outbreak under control, you will see an increase in Chase's when you open up. So we'll see. The exact same thing probably happened here, But let me go. But what was being here is This is now being shifted. And I've seen this now. Multiple places, a shifting the blame to individuals not doing what they're supposed to be doing. I've not heard one person talk about testing trace. And they're gonna re open. What are you doing to get chases out zero No. Metric. How much? You know how? How soon does it take to isolate somebody on the contact people following cases from contact list. No, no, We cannot go back to what we did before successfully because we were not a success before because we had failed to do tests and trade to this four elements of getting this disease under control. Yes, one is the community component, which is where your mask social distance. And wash your hands. That's just one component and the primary component, the primary component of the state and the localities in the national responsibility to get chases down and trace. I had that leadership and then had that stocking gets with those four things you need to do to become a success, just like Europe and countries like New Zealand that have eliminated the so that has zero cases, and China has two cases in 1.4 1,000,000,000 people. We can do this in America. Dr Ali Khan, Thanks for the insights really appreciate it..

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"chicago medical school" Discussed on KCRW

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05:04 min | 2 years ago

"chicago medical school" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm convinced that if we hadn't had our stay at home order on March 21st That even a week or two weeks delay would have put us in the same situation is what we've seen in the Northeast and in New York City. Do you find mask used to be pretty widespread if you go out on the streets of Chicago, saying Well, I think it's not bad here. I think most of the buildings and most of the shops that are open here in Chicago are requiring masks for entry. And I think that's been really important. We were one of the earliest places to require masks back before it became really so much of a political issue. And I think that's really helped Illinois to come along and kind of buy into the Mass, at least in Chicago. Now, you'll still see lots of people not wearing masks on the street. But that's because you don't need to wear a mask unless you're really within six feet of another person. So if you're Out running on the lakefront path or you're taking a walk with your quarantine family. You know, it's not necessary to wear your mask, but you do need have one if you want to be close to other people. So what else? Besides, some beaches will be opening in Illinois in the next few days. Well, Illinois went into phase for last week. And that means that restaurant's indoor parts of restaurants are now able to operate a 25% occupancy. Public pools are now allowed to open in some places and the lakefront path which had been closed since a very nice day in March, where too many people were out and about gathering and The mayor very smartly shut that down. Now that's open and beaches may open soon. Jim's began to open last week. Certainly the's are still risky activities there still more infection than we want to be having. But if people are following the rules keeping distance wearing their mass if we can keep doing those things than it should be safe enough For us to go back to doing some of these things that we used to enjoy before the pandemic. Now when I listen to you saying what you think it did, right? I hear some similarities between Illinois in California because California, as you know, also said, Hey, we were on this early. We shut down early. We're in a better situation. Now we can begin to open up. Now they're having to shut back down again. It turns out that the virus has been there all along and is emerging again. Was that a cautionary tale for you? It is. In fact, I've been talking to my friends and colleagues and saying We need to understand better. What's happened in California but with respiratory viruses and with infection in general, there's kind of a tipping point. That happens where Every case is able to spread to one or more other people on average. Then you have to do some very drastic things like a stay at home order or really closing down. Ah lot of public buildings and activities. So I don't know exactly what's put in California back into this situation, But I do know that if they do the same things that they did before that it should be successful in curbing the spread of the virus. Dr. Emily Landon is chief infectious disease epidemiologist at the University of Chicago Medical School and has been advising the governor of Illinois. Now Dr Ali Khan is still with us at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and Dr Khan. Do you sense that state and local officials are learning and even learning from each other as some suffer setbacks? No, not at all and would do respect. Dr. Landon. I don't believe the data sports, but it will not be doing better Make Daniel mid June. I think there were 550 cases when I believe just stay. There were 800 cases of another cautionary tale, which is that unless you get your outbreak under control You will see an increase in Chase's when you open up, so we'll see the exact same thing probably happened here. But let me go. But what was seen here is This is now being shifted. And I've seen this now. Multiple places, a shifting the blame to individuals not doing what they're supposed to be doing. I've not heard one person talk about testing trace. And they're gonna re open. What are you doing to get chases down to zero? No metrics. How much? You know how? How soon does it take to isolate somebody on the contact people following me cases from contact list. No, no, We cannot go back to what we did before successfully because we were not a success before because we had failed to do test in trade for this four elements of getting this disease under control. Yes, One is the community component, which is where your math, social distance and watch your hands. That's just one component in the primary component, the primary component of the state. And the localities in the national responsibility to get chases down and trace ad that leadership and then add that stopping gets with extra men on the four things you need to do to become a success. It's like Europe and countries like New Zealand that have eliminated the lead. So they have zero cases, and China has two cases in 1.4 billion people. We can do this in America. Dr Ali Khan. Thanks for the insights really appreciate it. Thank you very much Math gone. Thank you. He.

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01:53 min | 2 years ago

"chicago medical school" Discussed on KCRW

"But I do know that if they do the same things that they did before that it should be successful in curbing the spread of the virus. Dr. Emily Landon is chief infectious disease epidemiologist at the University of Chicago Medical School and has been advising the governor of Illinois. Now Dr Ali Khan is still with us at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and Dr Khan. Do you sense that state and local officials are learning and even learning from each other as some suffer setbacks? No, not at all and would do respect. Dr. Landon. I don't believe the data sports Better will know he's doing better make January mid June. I think there were 550 cases when I believe just stay. There were 800 cases. But another cautionary tale, which is that Unless you get your outbreak under control, you will see an increase in Chase's When you Open up, so we'll see the exact same thing probably happened here, But let me go. But what was seen here is This is now being shifted. And I've seen this now. Multiple places, a shifting the blame to individuals not doing what they're supposed to be doing. I've not heard one person talk about testing trace. And you gonna re open. What are you doing to get chases down to zero? No metrics. How much? You know how? How soon does it take to isolate somebody on the contact people following me cases from contact list. No, no, We cannot go back to what we did before successfully because we were not a success before because we had failed to do tests and trade to this four elements of getting this disease under control. Yes, One is the community component, which is where your math, social distance and wash your hands. That's just one component and the primary component the primary component of the state. And the localities in the national responsibility to get chases down and trace ad that leadership and then add.

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KQED Radio

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"chicago medical school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That an increased number of cases Well, doctor can stay with us because we now turn to a state that seems at the moment to be doing better. As California is re closing beaches, Illinois is preparing to open some of the beaches along Lake Michigan because their case numbers seemed to have gone considerably down. We called Dr Emily Landon, who advises the Illinois government. So what seems to be working in Illinois? Well, Illinois took a lot of steps early on to try and control the spread of this virus. Maybe before it was an emergency to do so, And that's really the right time. I'm convinced that if we hadn't had our stay at home order on March 21st That even a week or two weeks delay would have put us in the same situation is what we've seen in the Northeast and in New York City. Do you find mask used to be pretty widespread if you go out on the streets of Chicago, saying Well, I think it's not bad here. I think most of the buildings and most of the shops that are open here in Chicago are requiring masks for entry. And I think that's been really important. We were one of the earliest places to require masks back before it became really so much of a political issue. And I think that's really helped Illinois to come along and kind of buy into the Mass, at least in Chicago. Now, you'll still see lots of people not wearing masks on the street. But that's because you don't need to wear a mask unless you're really within six feet of another person. So if you're Out running on the lakefront path or you're taking a walk with your quarantine family. You know, it's not necessary to wear your mask, but you do need have one if you want to be close to other people. So what else? Besides, some beaches will be opening in Illinois in the next few days. Well, Illinois went into phase for last week. And that means that restaurant's indoor parts of restaurants are now able to operate a 25% occupancy. Public pools are now allowed to open in some places and the lakefront path which had been closed since a very nice day in March, where too many people were out and about gathering and The mayor very smartly shut that down. Now that's open and beaches may open soon. Jim's began to open last week. Certainly the's are still risky activities there still Maur infection than we want to be having. But if people are following the rules keeping distance wearing their mass if we can keep doing those things than it should be safe enough For us to go back to doing some of these things that we used to enjoy before the pandemic. Now when I listen to you saying what you think it did, right? I hear some similarities between the Illinois in California because California is, you know, also said, Hey, we were on this early. We shut down early. We're in a better situation. Now we can begin to open up and now they're having to shut back down again. It turns out that the virus has been there all along, and is emerging again that a cautionary tale for you. It is. In fact, I've been talking to my friends and colleagues and saying We need to understand better. What's happened in California but with respiratory viruses and with infection in general, there's kind of a tipping point. That happens whenever Every case is able to spread to one or more other people on average. Then you have to do some very drastic things like a stay at home order or really closing down. Ah lot of public buildings and activities. So I don't know exactly what's putting California back into this situation. But I do know that if they do the same things that they did before that it should be successful in curbing the spread of the virus. Dr. Emily Landon is chief infectious disease epidemiologist at the University of Chicago Medical School and has been advising the governor of Illinois. Now Dr Ali Khan is still with us at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and Dr Khan. Do you sense that state and local officials are learning and even learning from each other as some suffer setbacks? No, not at all. And with due respect to Dr Landon, I don't believe the data ports that are doing better. Daniel mid June. I think they were 550 cases when I believe just stay. There were 800 cases of another cautionary tale, which is that Unless you get your outbreak under control, you will see an increase in Chase's when you open up. So we'll see. The exact same thing probably happened here, but let me but what was being here is This is now being shifted. And I seen this now multiple places, a shifting the blame to individuals not doing what they're supposed to be doing. I've not heard one person talk about testing trace. And they're going to re open. What are you doing to get chases down to zero? No metric. How much? You know how? How soon does it take to isolate somebody on the contact of people following Mummy cases from contact list, So no, we cannot go back to what we did before successfully because we were not a success before because we had failed to do test in trade for this four elements of getting this disease under control. Yes, one is the community component, which is where your mask social distance. And wash your hands. That's just one component and the primary component, the primary component of the state and the localities in the national responsibility to get chases down and trace. I had that leadership and then had that stopping with the methods on those four things you need to do to become a fact that's like Europe and countries like New Zealand that has eliminated the need so that have zero cases, and China has two faces than 1.4 1,000,000,000 people. We can do this in America. Dr Ali Khan, Thanks for the.

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"chicago medical school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"chicago medical school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"They're reopening plans in 38 states that as an increased number of cases Dr Kahn stay with us because we now turn to a state that seems at the moment to be doing better. As California is re closing beaches, Illinois is preparing to open some of the beaches along Lake Michigan because their case numbers seemed to have gone considerably down. We called Dr Emily Landon, who advises the Illinois government. So what seems to be working in Illinois? Well, Illinois took a lot of steps early on to try and control the spread of this virus. Maybe before it was an emergency to do so, And that's really the right time. I'm convinced that if we hadn't had our stay at home order on March 21st That even a week or two weeks delay would have put us in the same situation is what we've seen in the Northeast and in New York City. Do you find mask used to be pretty widespread if you go out on the streets of Chicago, saying Well, I think it's not bad here. I think most of the buildings and most of the shops that are open here in Chicago are requiring masks for entry. And I think that's been really important. We were one of the earliest places to require masks back before it became really so much of a political issue. And I think that's really helped Illinois to come along and kind of buy into the Mass, at least in Chicago. Now, you'll still see lots of people not wearing masks on the street. But that's because you don't need to wear a mask unless you're really within six feet of another person. So if you're Out running on the lakefront path or you're taking a walk with your quarantine family. You know, it's not necessary to wear your mask, but you do need have one if you want to be close to other people. So what else? Besides, some beaches will be opening in Illinois in the next few days. Well, Illinois went into phase for last week. And that means that restaurant's indoor parts of restaurants are now able to operate a 25% occupancy. Public pools are now allowed to open in some places and the lakefront path which had been closed since a very nice day in March, where too many people were out and about gathering and The mayor very smartly shut that down. Now that's open and beaches may open soon. Jim's began to open last week. Certainly the's are still risky activities there still more infection than we want to be having. But if people are following the rules keeping distance wearing their mass if we can keep doing those things than it should be safe enough For us to go back to doing some of these things that we used to enjoy before the pandemic. Now when I listen to you saying what you think it did, right? I hear some similarities between Illinois in California because California is, you know, also said, Hey, we were on this early. We shut down early. We're in a better situation. Now we can begin to open up and now they're having to shut back down again. It turns out that the virus has been there all along, and is emerging again that a cautionary tale for you. It is. In fact, I've been talking to my friends and colleagues and saying We need to understand better. What's happened in California but with respiratory viruses and with infection in general, there's kind of a tipping point that happens with Every case is able to spread to one or more other people on average. Then you have to do some very drastic things like a stay at home order or really closing down. Ah lot of public buildings and activities. So I don't know exactly what's putting California back into this situation. But I do know that if they do the same things that they did before that it should be successful in curbing the spread of the virus. Dr. Emily Landon is chief infectious disease epidemiologist at the University of Chicago Medical School and has been advising the governor of Illinois. Now Dr Ali Khan is still with us at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and Dr Khan. Do you sense that state and local officials are learning and even learning from each other as some suffer setbacks? No, not at all and would do respect. Dr. Landon I don't believe the data sports doing better. Daniel mid June. I think there were 550 cases and just stay. There were 800 cases. Of another cautionary tale, which is that unless you get your outbreak under control, you will see an increase in Chase's when you open up, so we'll see the exact same thing probably happened here. But let me But what was being here is This is now being shifted. And I've seen this now. Multiple places is shifting the blame to individuals not doing what they're supposed to be doing that not one person. Talk about testing trace. And they're gonna re open. What are you doing to get chases down to zero? No metric. How much? You know how? How soon does it take the isolate somebody on the contact people following cases from contact list. No, no, We cannot go back to what we did before successfully because we were not a success before because we had failed to do test in trade for this four elements of getting this disease under control. Yes, One is the community component is where your mask social distance and watch your hands. That's just one component is not the primary component, the primary component of the state. And the localities in the national responsibility to get cases down and trace ad that leadership and then add that stopping death with Declan methods on the four things you need to do to become a success. It's like Europe and countries like Newzealand that have eliminated the police. So they have zero cases in China has to take within 1.4 billion people. We can do this in America. Dr Ali Khan. Thanks for the insights really appreciate it..

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"chicago medical school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"chicago medical school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Society of Gastro Inter Gastrointestinal Endoscopy and on the board of Trustees of a Chicago medical school. Please welcome back to the program. Dr Carey be strong, Doctor, How are you? Great Larry. How are you? You hear me? Well, I hear you fine. Doctor. President Trump is getting pounded on CNN pounded on what I call image and be hard because some states are reporting spikes in the number of Corona virus cases in the President Irresponsibly is ignoring how perilous this is. He won't We won't wear a mask. He's just getting pounded. Now. My question is, Are you worried about the uptick in the number of Corona virus cases being being reported positive? Ofcourse that that is concerning. There's there's no question that concerning I think people are getting tired of being quarantined and being social distance and they want to live the life. Oh, yes, That is a bit of a concern. Everybody look at the stairs 2.3 million cases in the US 120,000. I think we can't identify isolating do contact tracing, So it is a bit of a concern. You can not say it's not a concern. Anybody who said it's not a concern, I think would be sort of missing the boat. Dr Strong the last time we talked, I believe you. You anticipated this, you say when people start going backto work, they're going to be increases in cases on and that is to be expected that not to be welcomed or ignored, but certainly to be expected. I just find the contrast between what you said. And what a lot of people said on the coverage of these spikes to be pretty startling. Well, looking at the numbers that the everybody used to shut down for a lot more ominous. There was a death rate of 5 to 9%. They were taking the death rate by the number of cases. I told you that the one the denominator is small and the death cases are rising a little bit. You're going to get a higher percentage. Now we know probably in all comers of the death rate of this is probably under 1%. That's probably what's going on. Most of the death rates are happening in senior care facilities, nursing homes, the majority of them across the country. Just so you know people over the age of 65 that's most of it. Death rate probably 80%. It was more of an older population is I was discussing with my my physician assistant then. We're noticing that there are more cases, but they're mostly younger people. So the younger people are not getting as sick as the older people. So the majority of the death rate is from the elderly population. But we are seeing a rise, you know, look at people that are are getting out. Mostly our younger people. The older people are frightened. So we're seeing more cases, but it doesn't hit them is badly it, Dave. The older population marry Dr. Carry strong is my guest. Dr Strong. I understand that they're starting trials on vaccines. In Africa and other places around the world. How confident are you that there will be a vaccine developed for the Corona virus in the in the near future? Well, man, I very I think that's going to be the savior from everybody. Emotionally and physically is a vaccination. The drugs are just not there yet. We talked about hydroxy Clara quantity. I told you my feelings on that one. The room disappear seems to be good. But what I'm understanding is the course of therapy is going to be about $5000 so it's expensive. The vaccination will the problem of this will be availability. It needs to be started a very cold temperature. And if there are good numbers out there good trials, But are we going to be able to make it on mass stays? That's the question. I'm hoping there's a vaccination shoot because I think that's going free. Everybody physically and emotionally in the US Doctor of the Wall Street Journal, did a piece that compared to the eight states that did not have a Corona virus shut down to the 42 states that did, and the eight states or North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Wyoming and Utah. All states that are not particularly densely populated. But it turns out they didn't shut things down. And their average unemployment fill lower than the average unemployment fell in the states that shut down and they're Corona virus cases were no higher in some cases, even lower, which suggests that maybe just maybe we would have survived this whole thing Had we not had a national shutdown. Yes, but I don't really believe that. I think that viruses are spread by contact. I mean, we could go back to the 1918 when we have the Spanish flu looking Those things came in ways. There are 100,000 deaths. I choose me. 1,000,100 million deaths. I'm wrong. So I don't believe that, Larry, I think that you hit it on the head that they're less populated. They're probably fewer nursing homes, or maybe a younger population who knows if they were social distancing are wearing masks. But I think the density of the population is the reason there why the economy's maybe have done better and let know locked down. Dr drawn. One of the reasons that the president has been beaten up on on CNN is that he is not where it worn a mask. I don't think I've seen him wear a mask anywhere from time to time. Mike Pence has done so, but little port. The president has not. On the argument is that he's setting the tone. And if he is not wearing a mask, it gives young people the impression that this is really all that not all that serious and they're less likely to practice social distancing, let alone wear a mask. What do you feel? The president should be wearing a mask. Yes. I think the president should be wearing a man. I really do. I told you on the session. The segment before that The mask is your friend. I think the president should be wearing a mask fitting example to others, and honestly, the math may help you as well. So I think that he's wrong Not to where he obviously has his reasons that he doesn't wanna wear it. I think that anybody who's reasonable and thinking about this would be worrying the mask, especially when you're in contact with those people. Dr Strong I haven't heard anybody point to China in a long time. Isn't it? The case that China misled the world about the Corona virus misled the world about the fact that it that it was transmitted human to human on also arrested doctors that we're telling the truth and destroyed samples that could have given us Maybe a head start in developing a vaccine. If those off all those things are true, why has why have we stopped talking about China? I don't know. I can't answer that. A non medical question. It sounds like it's more political. And, yes, I'm hearing the same thing. Report that you are. I don't know why we stopped talking about China. I'm sure that some of the look at we don't know we're hearing what we here. We don't know firsthand, assuming it's true and maybe it's not true. Um, some of that information. Maybe it should have been told to the rest of the world. So why aren't we talking about China? I don't have an answer for them. Uh, Dr Straw may only have a few seconds left. How worried? Are you going forward? Well, I do believe in this thing is really I am somewhat comforted that the death rate is going down, particularly in the state of California. The death rates are going down. The cases are going up, so it tells me that it's mostly younger pieces are getting affected now. Those are the people that are out and about and maybe not social talking. Yes, Doctor carry strong. Associate professor medicine..

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"chicago medical school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:14 min | 2 years ago

"chicago medical school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Of medicine at UCLA on the board of trustees at the American society of gastrointestinal endoscopy and on the board of trustees of the medical of the Chicago medical school please welcome back to the program doctor Kerry be strong thank you John how are you very well Larry how are you I'm doing well are you seeing patients in your office yet I'm in my office right now we see patients are they coming to the office yes I did I mean they're they're trickling back not as many a lot of telemedicine but yes I have been seeing patients in my office has telemedicine that you've been doing because of this emergency change the way you see the way you're going to practice medicine in the future Dr strong market most definitely I think it's really great for doctors a lot of times that we can just talk to people on the phone and look at them in a video chat and make the diagnosis probably eighty percent of the time I think this is a great thing for physicians and it should have been done years ago scant patience by the way the doctors drama I think as this pandemic is unfolding it is vindicating the things that you sent to us from the very beginning you you said it was a very serious kind of thing we need to make exercise mitigation efforts but you did not feel that it made any sense to shut down the economy to shut down the state it seems that the that the way this thing is evolving Kerry strong is bearing out Europe your skepticism about the over reaction that we saw initially in the initial stages of this pandemic right see I was naive back then I didn't realize what was going to turn out as I told you originally it's it's probably ten times more contagious and dangerous than the seasonal flu it's it's been quite a well I mean I have parents that are ninety two or ninety four and my dad fought in World War two and he said he's never seen anything like this in his lifetime and look at it it's for real it's like the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen I mean it's a serious thing and who knows what are the real numbers because of so much unknown out there and I think the concern is that since people don't know really the fax it's because of concerns I mean it as I told my family last night at dinner and friends and no one's going to feel comfortable until those of vaccination so you could open up your country your cities and whatever but the last that I know restaurant doesn't make money unless its patrons people are going to be afraid to go sit in a restaurant now is it is a factual or is it is it propaganda who knows I I mean I think it's somewhere in between I I'm not saying that this thing is not to be taken seriously because I I think it is I think it definitely is but so I think all this talk about opening is all great and everything and I think what you're going to see what's been happening because we're flattening the curve in the US and I think a lot of that is focused on the epicenter which is in New York you're gonna see outbreaks and other places that didn't have it because people are going out not socially distancing I mean I will tell you that in and this number I do know that the the highest daily incidents was on four twenty five two thousand twenty shortly after we liberated some of our our our locked down so look at I mean if somebody gets to cases that mean it's going to be bad if somebody gets infected maybe that's a good thing it'll be immune they will transmit immunity to other people so who knows but I don't think I think it's in the psyche of the public right now and people are not going to feel comfortable until there is a vaccination I think a lot of look up I see in my practice patients don't want to come in they're frightened so I totally get that and that whatever I say to them they're not they're not going to understand that so you have to err on the side of caution hope for the best plan for the worst I think things are getting better but I don't think it's going to be a motional and psychological liberation Attila's vaccinations doctor Kerry strong is my guest Dr before you came on I spoke about a doctor from Stanford his name is Jay it's a long name I assume he's an Indian doctor as in from India I he's up got MD PhD he's with them a Stanford medical school and he said look this thing has to run its course around eighty percent of population needs to have acquired herd immunity and that can't happen unless the virus has been allowed to run its course what is your reaction to that I think that's true now I will tell you there was a study recently out of the journal of American medical association that showed three hundred sixty seven thousand people in L. A. okay forty on Oct unidentified were inspected for everyone confirmed case four point six five percent of the population so that's sort of a good thing because those people are really not getting all that six or her munity is gonna happen like and I believe it's going to run its course or you're gonna have a vaccination whatever's first I mean if there's no vaccination obviously her community's gonna be the only way people gonna feel comfortable and the antibody test baby prove out to be beneficial right now I don't think it's all that useful but it may prove to be beneficial later herd immunity is great but I think people are baked on the vaccination stop the storm I'm not even sure what herd immunity means can you explain to us what what it is you heard like a herd of animals I mean there's that massive immunity to people that are not even older getting infected by others so what let me just let me just say I'll backtrack a little bit if you're outside in your social distancing you're not going to get infected if you are outside and running along the the the flats in Beverly hills or running in Westwood or downtown LA wherever you are you're not going to get infected by somebody next to you that the incidence of outdoor infectivity is about zero point three percent it's very very rare the people that are going to get infected other people in your household if you're bringing something in because you remember that this virus can be very infectious cough or sneeze is like thirty thousand viral particles and droplets coughing and sneezing so if you're close to somebody its exposure in time the longer you're exposed to somebody in the closer or invite your men that's what people are going to get infected so people should not worry about going outside without wearing a mask I mean I don't wear a mask when I go outside I run and I and I bicycle and no problem it's the people that you're exposed to and the duration of time most of the infectivity happens within a house somebody's getting infected in there not knowing this going to a grocery store you're really not gonna get inspected you're not you're not having conversations with people over over bananas or apples I mean you're just not going to get inspected it's because you let the guard down you don't have the mask and you're in contact with people for a longer amount of time that's what effectively happens IT happens but mostly with people in offices I mean you're getting infected in the in the in that space for a long duration of time with other people show heard of unity is when you incidently get infected by somebody who may be carrying the virus Dr Terry strong as my guest Dr strong don't go we we come back I want to ask.

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"chicago medical school" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"chicago medical school" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Blood pressure what what is that hypertension is when the blood pressure of a person starts moving into levels that are above what's considered healthy range normally if the top number goes above a hundred and forty two are towards a hundred and fifty squat considered borderline about a hundred fifty is too high the bottom number nineteen ninety five is borderline above ninety five is too high and associated with that is the risk of damaging a kidneys possibly having a stroke it's just not a good thing to continually have high blood pressure so can your procedure actually have an impact on high blood pressure you can't cure it because you don't cure anything that's true we do not hear anything what we deal with this the brain body connection but interestingly the brain body connection has been shown to connect with primary hypertension and a surprisingly high number of cases so is there a study or something that indicates that there was there was a study that was published in what is the most prestigious journal eight for hypertension and as the journal of human hypertension and they published a study April of two thousand and seven in this particular study they took fifty people and took them off the hypertensive medications and then half of them received a sham correction and the other half received an actual correction of the brain body connection so that that that's a that's called a blind study they had it yes and and this was done through medical school yeah it was done through the university of Chicago medical school so is monitored by complete medical team and they just had one clinician who is trained in this particular procedure that provided the the actual corrections okay so you had one group out of the fifty studied who got the sham correction and then you have the other group they got the real deal yes and you know what a sham correction is because not everyone knows that place it's actually when the patient thanks they getting the correction right but actually they're not okay so what were the results of the study the results of the study showed that the group that received a sham correction there was absolutely no change in the blood pressure whatsoever okay the other group that blood pressure dropped the equivalent of not one but two hypertensive medications that's a significant drop of U. K. can you ballpark the percentage for me that's a lot sounds like a big draw it was a big drop and was quite amazing enough so that certainly they chose to publish it in this particular journal okay so if if you get that kind of results and you see those kinds of results we see that in a very prestigious medical journal I would assume given the amount of time that you've practised that you probably have some examples of people who have had similar or or yeah okay similar results with hypertension treatment in in chatting in going through your procedure and that's true you know those of us that have been doing this work for decades already knew the results of the study because we see it every day at practice really but it you know to get it published like that really adds a lot of credibility to it it reinforces what we do find and it's a kind of helps get the word out because you can pick these kind of study up on with M. D. I had a case that came to see me here about three four years ago this was a sixty seven year old female and she was dealing with high blood pressure the head of the fifteen to twenty years well who's controlling it with medication okay and so she appreciated the importance of getting the brain body connection corrected and she reported just a few months into her care that she was now reducing her hypertensive medication by fifty percent and her blood pressure was doing fifty percent better no you should do that under the care of a doctor yes because we don't we don't make recommendations with regards to meds right from however it further down the road when she began to care about a year she reported that she was off limits complete in her blood pressure was ninety five percent better so she goes through your procedures she lines up the the the brain and the body and then through the care of her physician over a period of time she's producing her meds and she sees a dramatic change in her condition yes in that she was able to get off the medication and have normal blood pressure which there are side effects of the medication during their important to take if there's nothing else you can do but keep in mind that the actual course of the hypertension is not being addressed by the Mets what the man's a doing the forcing the blood pressure down to to help protect you from further damage a second case in general by the name of Joseph became senior back in oh eight he was sixty four and he was dealing with blood pressure was all over the map it was high it was low it was just controllable and out once again he came to us to get a correction of his brain body connection which is what we provided and he reported here for just a few months later that his blood pressure was coming down a lot quote unquote is what he said he was standing normalize looking out the people who are listening this you you if you just dropped in you might mistakenly think that all they're talking about our queue order for hypertension and and that's not at all what we're talking about because Dr Yardley you don't cure hypertension we don't hear anything at the body heals itself or explain what that means it means that the body needs no help just no interference and one of the major difference is not the only but one of the major is this compromised brain body connection and that's what we do and we do it very well when you say the brain body connection you mean the alignment between the spine and the skull yes right at the very top of the neck there is a vertebrae it's around washer like vertebrae called the atlas yeah and sitting on it this is this big blob this thing we call ahead and if if they're not lined up right which can happen as a result of forceps being used in the delivery process bungee jumping specially if the roof rakes off all these kind of things can result in damage in this area which most people don't even realize they have if the rope breaks was a joke you case you yeah but it has happened yeah I'm I'm it's all right let me tell you about the the special deal that we're offering right now you can contact the early institute sure they have a website Yardley institute dot O. R. G. to find out more but if you'd like a personal appointment thank you so that you can get a series of very painless there noninvasive tests right down and you are right yes to to see if you can actually be helped by what they do you can do that right now.

"chicago medical school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"chicago medical school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Professor of medicine at UCLA on the board of trustees at the American society of gastro intestinal into endoscopy yes Sir endoscopy and on the board of trustees of a Chicago of Chicago medical school he's also plays lead guitar in a band please welcome the program doctor Kerry be strong in the and you don't know who did stand by me you're killing me here we do yeah I just don't do do do do do do do come on there I think it's written by the same people but no that's not that's not it yeah it's it was sung by Ben E. king Benny Q. and a strong with a hit back in the sixties and then hit again when the movie came out call stand by me with you the song I should have known that this was a hit to talk all right Dr obamacare gets passed how does it affect your practice well good bad indifferent how did how did it affect your practice in the practice of your friends how do you guys feel in general about the growing intrusiveness of government in practicing medicine well I I will tell you I I've been practicing a long time and I love practicing medicine medicine shows me when I was a kid but I'm really bothered by what's happening in healthcare today ten years ago when Obama scientists to re stimulate the economy to get electronic health records online to make it safer and cheaper ten years later thirty six billion dollars later it's much worse what medical record has done has put a partition between me and the patients his depersonalize relationships patience wind compassion and empathy more than antibiotics and pain killers and what this is done to us is distracted us more taking care of people if you talk to a patient or talk to anybody you know if they've been to the doctor recently ask them how they felt when they were seeing the doctor a lot of them say the doctor hasn't even looked at me because we're too distracted imagine if you're a judge in a court hearing or trial and now you're the court reporter at the same time is being the magistrates undoubtedly you're gonna make mistakes you're not going to get all the deal the detail and that's what's happening to us now it's affecting us morally mentally were burnt out it's dehumanizing and it is not help patient care at all as a matter of fact it's her patient care because I don't know if you're aware I may have told you this before when I saw you there's a Stanford study out from two thousand sixteen medical errors are the third most common cause of hospital death specifically what has Obama Kerr done to alter your practice I know you have to do a lot of medical records but you weren't doing them before we were not doing it before we we were writing notes down keeping records confidential now your records can be hacked and cedars has been hacked many times and the assumption was when it was rolled out there everybody knew how to use it now I thought personally it's premature most of my colleagues will tell you the same sentiment is myself the assumption was everybody knew how to use this convoluted electronic medical record upon roll out it took me about eight to ten months to learn I think my patients were much preferred that I was reading the New England journal of medicine as opposed to a manual how to put in a complete blood count or liver enzymes and as a result there's been numerous cases were medical mistakes have been committed not because of the fault of the health care provider the electronic medical record is so complex you have to be a twelve year old child to understand that maybe it's not intuitive at all it's very complex and it doesn't think like a person would think so doctors are spending less time with their patients because they're doing all these medical record entries and computers yes and I will tell you that the average day is anywhere from ten to twelve hours for a physician like myself I do Gastroenterol logy half of the day is spent on the electronic record and half of that a quarter of the day is administrative stuff that does not even benefit patient care for instance somebody comes to me for a domino pain and I and I know what it is I've seen this before but I have to document right lower quadrant pain left lower quadrant by the umbilical area this way this hi this hi this site so many different pieces of information that are so irrelevant to the practice and patient care I would much it's rather be looking like I'm looking at you today talking to the patient because the patient feels that the patients feel like they've been neglected with this new onset of health care are you doctors making less money because of obamacare we are making less money much more compliance and the cost of running my business is much higher like for instance when the computers came out the goal was to get rid of the human error in health care well now I have to hire a scribe to get rid of the computer error some bring a person back yes so my payroll has gone up my reimbursement has gone down and I will tell you in my practice I'm an old fashioned doctor I still take plenty of time with people but in order to make a you have eleven minutes basically nationally doctors have eleven minutes to talk to a patient you can't be a key puncher a healthcare provider in somebody giving empathy and compassion and eleven minutes so the answer to your question is yes the reimbursements are less your your payroll is up and I'll tell you it's pushing people out of practice one of my colleagues who was a terrific Dr it sixty nine seventy years old decided he was going to retire because he couldn't deal with all the the compliance and administrative issues have you guys push back which is what I don't I don't get doctor strong and I said this to you earlier you look at the list of professions the people respect from respected to leave perspective at the top or maybe the military and doctors usually the top one or two I would have thought that you guys would have enough clout to some majority of doctors did not support obamacare contrary to what a lot of people thought marijuana bomb about a bunch of docks to the White House gave more white lab coats and and there was this photo op to give the impression that the physician community was behind obamacare it was not it was never popular how is it you guys have so little power did you let a bunch of people don't know Jack about medicine tell you what to do make you may make less money complicate your your your practice put somebody between you and your patient how do you guys that this happened well it's it's a very good question the problem is when the government tells you when Medicare tells you this is what you're getting you can either opt out of Medicare are you sure you can say yes so there's a lot of different ages of doctors around and some of the younger doctors who are just starting up are going to say fine with this we can't unite this is always been an issue in my years in medical practice to unite on an issue like this triple eight nine seven one S. eight do you want to hear from other medical practitioners we're talking to doctor Kerry strong he's a Gastroenterol just socio professor of medicine at UCLA tell me how your practice has been affected by obamacare and what will happen about this March toward single payer will talk.

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"chicago medical school" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"chicago medical school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Welcome back to let you know USA I'm reading a wholesome for the last few days producers so if you have any Sekar and I'm telling us that he had gotten to watch how community health works for how they deal with patients more comfortable in a different language to dealing with patients with mental health issues but despite the clinics breath of services they learned that many of the providers here actually wish that the cleaning didn't exist yeah police car takes it from here in total we spent three days at community health and over the course of that time we talked to a lot of patients were happy with their care and many of them have been coming to this same clinic for years decades even community health treats over eight thousand people a year and the reason why they can do that is because they're privately funded that means are supported by individuals but also by huge networks like the university of Chicago medical school and dried pharmaceutical companies like Fizer it takes an army to make it run remember they have over a thousand volunteers I think can help does a very nice job of using all the different types of providers in a really innovative way and I think that that type of innovation and needs to be part of our national conversation about health policy this is Margaret Davis a nurse practitioner I community health and an assistant professor at rush university and what she's very proud of the work the clinic does she tells me that she and other providers sometimes feel conflicted about their work the founder of community health Dr Grillo when he was here last year for the twenty fifth anniversary has since passed away but he in his speech at our celebration made a statement about.

Sekar Fizer Margaret Davis assistant professor rush university founder Dr Grillo university of Chicago medical twenty fifth three days
"chicago medical school" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

08:54 min | 2 years ago

"chicago medical school" Discussed on 790 KABC

"A M. seven ninety two ABC board just say elect that enable the K. B. C. A. M. skill okay here's some ninety KABC it is a live there your number is eight hundred two two two five two two two John still are and see what a person to make even John Steele on state sanction organ harvesting by Chinese government Sean Walker the program welcome yeah it's a big deal and I think this should impact every medical doctor it in the world at this I can I cancel I can't believe it it's like I got I got to hear more about this what's going on two years basically when the what when there's a big outbreak at Tiananmen Square and and with the development of China particularly the medical community getting most of their technology from America they developed the most robust organ harvesting program on earth it it outpaces all the rest of the countries of the world combined so so let's look let's now when you say organ harvest you're talking about in brain dead humans the the use of these organs in other people in need correct that's right and then takes Steve Jobs Steve Jobs had a bad liver he couldn't get on the list to California because it was was years and years waiting and of course a lot of people died waiting for the organ transplant to take place because of the is there's great demand and not a great supply and Toyota go you want to point to Tennessee to get this letter it didn't it didn't save his life but this is you know when you when you're facing that crisis in your life your your your let your counting days and hours well in China if you needed a liver you make a phone call now you go through a book go through a broker and you'll have your a liver operation in two weeks why is it impossible long that is impossible and so the the concept is called medical tourism now that's bad enough how do you do that well it's a big population but the concept is gonna be well volunteer is voluntary and and and people that to give up their organises a kid it's not fatal you know we do you do it without permission and you use of the the appropriate to a common sense protocols well in China there's hard hard evidence in the London tribunal published a major finding in June twelfth of this year where you're finding tens of thousands of political prisoners since two thousand being harvested first thing that happens if your political refugee let's say you're Christian Chinese or step baton or or a Moslem **** for long gone is that if you're young you're given a soul medical examination as soon as you're imprisoned dot not to cut a medical examination it to prisoners of expect to get and they did check the DNA the checkup prior problems they check issues medical issues and for example one story that is in the outbox story that that I was quoted in that's now published throughout the world Australia London and sexual you well a young woman had hepatitis actually her life her fellow prisoners all disappear and tied to so like we don't want to take all my gosh that literally saved their lives up to keep going to the star published a couple of days ago so what's going on there's a bounty of evidence there's videos coming out because you have thousands of young people basically waiting their turn to be put to death for specific body parts by some rich rich person the government of Israel in Canada now for bit going to China for organ harvesting and we've got the English government support a planning that now the Republican National Committee out of a resolution I authored last June is on record saying this one of the greatest ongoing literally human rights abuses are in and there's always been concerned about creating a commodity of organs that that that in itself is been there are grave concern on the medical system for instance people always ask well why can't somebody don't if they could just donate a kidney if they need some money it's like well now you're adulterated in medical practice Dr drew you're the expert in this area no question about it especially on the ethics that was a problem in India you get poor people saying what give us your kidney abruptly one kidney and we'll give you enough to buy a home and live well for the rest your life and that is a very interesting ethical problem and try to different not date not only do they what they plan to kill amidst their breeding them like like cattle they keep a well fed they keep a maker of making sure that tell his like a like a movie they made some fifteen years about five forgot the name of it but Soylent green that's right and in this but it's it's real it's happening to Chinese deny this they said all we expect the admitted in two thousand fourteen when the U. it had investigations that yeah we used to do that we're not doing it anymore it made it it isn't that self regulatory but now they're going forward the the the and here's the point not only is there are a tremendous cultural problems that I do not understand about the worthlessness of the human life in certain parts of the world I and the other thing you know like my life is more important than yours party leaders yeah they they get it instead harder they get an answer whatever they need any body part can't can't can't and you know as medical technologies are getting better at this there's there's a hundred fifty hospitals that do this in China now there's no oversight we know what's going on people are paying for the customers know what they're paying for and course they pretend that they don't know it's it's a sacrifice of a young person to keep them alive but this is something that is so unbelievable and strange that few people will concentrate on and think it's real they just get that that that discount but here's the extra step it's one thing to do it to human being maybe a common criminal maybe a serial killer maybe just a bad person but to a political prisoner in the mind the communist Chinese party extra punishment not only are we going to kill you the sacrifice you for the greater good this will really teach you and your allies apple with the Communist Party is profoundly evil this is their interest this is taken a **** program on a much higher level lotus ideological form of punishment that the that that that the party is a point so all summer and most of our being punished for trying to push the individual over the collective right right healthy all of course because they're a minority they have a different religious point of view they are a threat to the state and of course the greatest number of sacrifices are now coming from Muslims and that's interesting in itself and finding that most Moslem states have not condemned organ harvesting in itself against China in itself is a huge contradiction so there is a worldwide movement of of of doctors and physicians and I am sad to report that the international organ heart harvesting international or again transformation society that's not the word but it's it's it's a mainstream group that deals with this particular issue transplants transplant yeah thank you doctor university Chicago is still working with the Chinese medical school well let's see if that is that is a serious ethical violation here in this country why would the university of Chicago medical school and Harvard to some extent be working with the Chinese on organ harvesting island are sacrificing human I will tell you that the Chinese are excellent scientists and excellent clinicians and you know although we have a preoccupation southern California with the the wisdom of you know the ancient China they'll have none of it they are they are all about pushing the scientific the real clinical medicine forward and they will have none of that old date ancient nonsense that we used to believe rather very there the this and in some respects the center of gravity of research has moved over there so I understand what people want to be a part of it and I suspect they don't believe the story but before it but I take a break shall we get back I want to ask a more a broader question let's say for the sake of argument say this is true this is happening how can we make any kind of deals with China how can we trust anything and what what is the product of the the exercise we're going through with them if they really are this problematic okay after the break you bet Transylvanian two two two five two two two and three doctors but they live ants of ninety KABC.