19 Burst results for "Cowpox"
"cowpox" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Was an entirely new way of looking at the problem say through the eyes of a cow or a milkmaid, right? So there's this kind of scary, inexpensive way to protect yourself from smallpox, and it might have stayed that way if it weren't for this one strange coincidence. It's the late 17 hundreds world, England and dairy farmers and milk maids have been noticing that cows with sometimes get thes puss trolls on their utters That kind of looked like smallpox. So these cows have, like puss balls on their utters. Let's call them pox pox sounds horrible. They're like puss bumps like like smart like pimples. Pimples. It was Cal Pop. But this so called cowpox was much milder. The cows didn't die from it. House didn't die from cowpox and milkmaid. So you know, touch thes cowpox. They sometimes got Cal pox on their hands from milking the cows. It was kind of this old wives tale type thing, but people notice that milk maids who got cowpox. Wouldn't get smallpox when an outbreak came around. So people were like, get me near a cowpox cow like this one farmer Benjamin Jest E. He was known for. Shoving a little cow puss into humans. Really smart, right? I mean, people. New people already knew that if you worked with cows and acquired cowpox, you would be immune to small packs. So why not try to do it ourselves? I wouldn't have survived in the early days. I already know I'm not experimental enough human bodies don't love having little bits of cow anything in them. So there were these negative reactions. People almost lost limbs over that. Here's where we meet the protagonist of our story. Edward Jenner coming in a little late to the story for a protagonist, but we're going to go with it. Edward Jenner was a physician in England. He went to all the good schools, but he was from a rural town and general was like you guys were having these negative reactions because Cal pox Puss is going straight from a cow. Into a human He has the idea to cake cowpox pus from a milkmaid who got cowpox from milking cows. He's like we're going to do a human to human transfers Cowpox, but he takes it from a human host. From a human host. Okay, so the milkmaid has some cow puts on her. Her name is Sarah Nelms. Oh, we know her name. Sarah. Now, Sarah Nelms. So in 17 96. He takes some cowpox puss from Sarah Nelms from her hand, a milkmaid Milk maid. And he scrapes it onto a kn eight year old boy in the neighborhood named James Phipps. I think he was the gardener's son. So very, very clinical experiment. Also not particularly ethical, Just like Give me armed James, the gardener's son. Here's a milkmaid bus. And then about two months later, he exposed the kid too fresh. Smallpox and the kid didn't get smallpox. It worked. This was huge, and it was super safe because you can't really die from cowpox. It's a mild disease, and the cowpox made the boy immune to smallpox, which you can die of. So Jenner publishes a paper and he coins the name variola Vaccine. A for the Latin word for cow, which is Vacca and his inoculation process. He calls vaccination, So that's where we get vaccine. Yes. Maka Kau vaccine a vaccine so good and now we call all vaccines, vaccines even if they have nothing to do with cows because of Edward Jenner. His vaccine is the one that took off and it spread around the whole world. So the formula did evolve as the science got better now, even back then there were some early anti Vaxxers people thought that injecting the cow virus from a milkmaid would like contaminate you and make cow parts grow out of your body or something like that. It didn't And the last person on earth to get smallpox naturally, was in Somalia in 1977. They were quarantined and in 1980, the world Health.
The crazy theory that masks are building up our coronavirus immunity
"So Norman, let's take a trip back in time today eight to a previous pandemic nine, the Spanish flu none of the plague. Let's talk about smallpox and you think that there's some things we can learn from smallpox to help us with covid. Nineteen Year? What do you think smallpox covid nineteen have in common that's the question hopefully eradication but probably not let's be real. Well, I don't think we'll ever eradicate unfortunately covid nineteen but that would be very nice. So rather than leave you in agony, it's cold variation now before Jenner. Edward. Jenner person who's the same name as the institute that developed the Oxford vaccine by the way so. Just, these things come under circles could develop the found out that the infection in dairy maids caught cowpox protected against smallpox before that happened in new developed that smallpox vaccination the way to actually protect against smallpox was to give a small does of smallpox particularly to children incredibly dangerous and what they would sometimes do get smallpox scabs and puff them up the nose sometimes they was scratch. It into the skin and the ideal would be go to small attack smallpox maybe one or two pox on their skin, and then they were immune for evermore. In fact, it's thought that the epidemic that killed aboriginal people are unsettling harbor just after the first fleet arrived might have been through the accidental or maybe even delivered vaccination of variation using smallpox the link is hypothesized by a recent. Paper in the New England Journal is that maybe You could get significant protection against the nineteen from a small dose of Covid nineteen just as you did with smallpox and this process called variation can be for second. Isn't that kind of what vaccine does? Yes. Does but much more safely. The. Dangerous things you're giving the live virus you'll give you the live smallpox virus and some children have died from variation and if you gave the live covid nineteen, sure you're going to be immune who knows how long for but you could die of the covid nineteen. So the idea and immunization is that you make that process safe either by doing what they're doing at the moment covid nineteen and using recombinant DNA, which is just the genetic material not. Really a long way divorced from the virus. There is a Chinese vaccine which uses an activated form of the virus, but the idea here is that is not endangering somebody's life by giving them the live Iris.
"cowpox" Discussed on Atheist Nomads
"The smallpox vaccine. Especially in the Before the sixties was a live cowpox infection. Polio, vaccination in these cases is very similar. It's drops under the tongue of live virus to infect the population so that nobody gets the real thing. But they're not doing that anymore in Africa they're going to be able to stop those programs now and move to standard vaccines sweet. That's awesome. What's crazy is were. So close India has been declared eradicated. That took a lot that was a big one. Syria is what's left once it's declared eradicated from Syria it will have been a radical did from the world and polio vaccination will be able to stop. It is in a radical. program. It was supposed to be done in two thousand. With measles following. So twenty years ago I wasn't joking no, you weren't. There was supposed to be wrapped up twenty years ago we were supposed to be finishing up radicalizing measles now. Not Saying, it pop up again not having new outbreaks and becoming endemic in countries where to previously been eradicated. Yeah. and. The amazing thing is if it doesn't have. Reservoirs in. Animals. We can ARATU Kate it it can be gone and those vaccination programs can end. And then you won't have to vaccinate YEP be great. Autism is still be around but I. Won't have to vaccinate if you don't want the Mr. Great let's finish finish getting it to everybody and eliminate eradicate those those viruses, and then we can stop doing Amar Vaccines. For lucky because once it's done with now once polio is done the official global virus replication target becomes measles. It hasn't become that yet. So that wraps up the news. All right. I have been doing a terrible job of keeping up with feedback. Don't think we have anything, but we do have a second submission. For the contest. All right. And for the first submission, we got if the With what we've been seeing from the Republican convention. You might be onto something Yep. It was definitely one of those laugh out loud and then kind of chuckle yourself and then kind of like Oh God. Yeah, anyway. So Keep this open until we have at least enough entries to give out the books. Yeah. We have enough books. Keep, submitting entries, who isn't it to start calling people out? Danielle. Rebecca. The people I know who listen to this show. Do It do it. Do It do it worse? Bomb come on? Who's the worst bum? That is currently revered or worshipped by a An extent world religion. meaning one that is not extinct. Pick. Your favorite and submit it. Includes some justification why? especially if the person doesn't fit the classical definition of a Bum Bum Yeah. Good Times. Yeah. All right. So that wraps it up for this week. If you want to contact us, you.
In Times Of Crisis You Need To Flirt With Stupid
"Welcome to Danine of the lockdown here in Malaysia. I am just in a compaq now. Pretty Empty cowpox waiting for the doors to open so I can get into the supermarket. Try to local supermarket and That was just a little bit so moving onto the big shopping mall hoping that that might be a little more under control and I got a great comment from mine. Only Dean Cobaine Hollandsworth yesterday and it was a discussion. We were having about what the new tomorrow is for. Spas and for hotels in general for the industry in general for for the economy in general and one of the comments he made which I thought was fantastic is that maybe it's time to flirt with stupid. And what he's really saying. Is that the idea that once upon a time were considered streaker. That would have been laughed out of boardrooms and and executive offices. Maybe now just might be. Those ideas want fly and something touched on a few days ago but I do love that terminology flood with stupid so I think as we're preparing for the other side of this thing. Start thinking about all the crazy ideas you could possibly imagine for your business and things that might maybe once upon a time the same stupid maybe right now is the time that those ideas might just get through.
"cowpox" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
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"cowpox" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Yeah, people Florida own in Florida. You have cow's chasing down a car thief, actually because cows don't do this shit man count. I have never only in Florida with cows, look at some shit and be like catch that mother fucking, you know, every time we see a cow couches be doing it shitting all they do cows cow's on the most. Animal that knows how to mine known business. The most. I don't care house. Don't fuck with people cows. They mind their own fucking business. Don't get caught up in nothing and they don't want. They don't spill not no, nothing. The best ones that keep a secret. Now what will make this story times if those cows got a key to the scene. Oh, up thinking. I'm like, I'm looking at one kale right here faster to run into that one count right there. Nesta leader decimeter that that cow needs to be allowed to live that count does not need to be traded to meet. Don't take no milk from that smart enough to be a pet dog for somebody. On the police force, a speech, the Calo family guy. No villains on my watch. And I him the rest of them. Those other the hell with those because the rest of them, they just run it because everybody is running. See why we run run following that one. Yeah. Much. I could just watch it again and again. The little things in life that just a little one. They like. I would say that there was even a little one. A little in on the game right here. Yeah. Yeah, she running for. Just like I have never seen this before these cows. Man. This is I would say this, this is a rogue, but this is this is how the revolution begins. This is how we get the cowpox. You know what I'm saying? This was this at nighttime. She's looking back and seeing all those cows, the cows, all those blowing is running after. Fuck out because he seeing maybe she thought they were aliens or some cows like cows late that they. Game. My brother used to play where they had cows with like axes chasing around his character, and it was like a thousand cows. It was an internet game. I forget what it was, but that's what it reminds you these. It'd be like mood and notice chase him around with axes. And so I think it was like a level where you just kill the cows pickup points to avoid. Okay, I got. I got a look at this. Oh, are you gonna find out. Remember what lab cow axes. What's that. Now the saying, daring. So this elaborate advertisement for they gain. That's what this was. Could be. Yeah, I can't kind of situ play. It wasn't me my My brother. brother. Your brother one man to be chasing them because I used to like my brother. He played game so much used to fall asleep a, he'd be playing and I will wake up. He's still playing. Was your. This is really like a horrible like us it. They're probably had blown is brought to Megan. To run into your look, bad guy that cows after her that she must've liked this cows going to steal her sneakers. Talked about her mama something. Yeah, he must pushed on the way into the passionately. Will you push it on bitch. She's about the Buttle chunk out of her s I'm telling you, man, this is being this is Florida. This these cows is now Geraldo these cows had a virus. These cows are. These guys are probably did zombies. Trying to eat this chick right here. What would you do if you were that were run by asking. That's the that's the wrong thing to do. You know if she turns around and yell back and just do stuff like this to the Cal Cal would be scar- seeing you would be the person to die in a hard movie that caliber for this'll be another new story if you did that. Yes, she thinking this is how this is down a har- movie trying to buck up to the animal. There's a movie. This is a cow is not a lion or so, should we don't know what these cows?.
"cowpox" Discussed on Ologies
"And this is a poorly phrased question to ask because it kills people, but do either of you have like a favorite disease or any stories of triumph for you're like, wow, this could really wiped us out, but we figured this shit out. I feel like I mean, one of the stories that brings me great joy is the smallpox. Just like is when she says it brings me great joy just to be clear, it's not smallpox. That brings her great joy. It's the radicalization. So please do refrain from getting twisted something to celebrate for sure. How did we what was smallpox and how did we get rid of it? Smallpox was a virus pox virus and we got rid of it through vaccination. And this was it's one of the, it actually was the smallpox vaccine with the first vaccine developed, and it was developed in a very unethical way. So this guy named Edward Jenner basically grabbed a village boy and James. I can't remember the last name. Dang it. James Phipps just in case anyone's taking notes. Edward Jenner had noticed that milkmaids would get this like version of pox that was very mild, and then they would never get any sort of smallpox. So side note since the CDC announced the global eradification of smallpox in one thousand nine hundred eighty. It's no wonder that most of us have no idea what this sometimes fatal oft called speckled monster looks like I thought maybe like it looked like zits or something. Okay. I just googled it and y'all, it's horrific. So imagine raised weeping, pustules all clustered together, like rush hour, subway style, like your whole body is the texture of losing painful infectious Nestle's crunch bar whole lot of. No, thank you. And you know, there's always this like romantic idea of like, oh, milkmaids skin is so pure and young and smooth. Oh yeah, because I never got smallpox because they were exposing themselves to cowpox. So cowpox on the other hand, rarely fatal. It looks like some sores usually on the hands and arms, but they resemble bullet hole Halloween makeup, seriously. I just looked it up. I may put a side by side on Instagram or Twitter because it's identical, and I and backstory doctor Jenner was this young science loving orphan, who is taken in by some families in in his teens. He became an apprentice to a surgeon because like back had, I don't know being a teen was like middle aged or something is like thirteen. Yeah, sure. You can cut some people open here like over the hill. Now there are two theories either Jenner had heard reports from other local doctors. That farmers who had had cowpox never got smallpox or there's another kind of more beloved story that as a lad, doctor Jenner overheard a milkmaid bragging saying she'll never have smallpox. I have had cowpox slash will never be ugly. So. Essentially her milk face brought all the boys to the yard. And so he thought, okay, well, what happens if we inject or if we expose somebody intentionally to cowpox. So he just chose it a, you know, a boy who had no ability to say, no, I don't think this is going to be great for me. No, I wonder what that boys deal was. So I had to look into this. I was thinking, maybe James Phipps this tiny eight-year-old human Guinea pig was like the neighborhood wraps galleon. Maybe it was just a wicked bratty boy that Jenner pulled aside and stuck with a virus out of spite like poisoning Dennis the menace, but no little British Jimmy Phipps was simply nearby and available. He was the son of a poor landless labour who tended the generous garden. So the doctor was like outdo. Pardon me? Men who clips the roses might have borough. You're fine. Young lad, I'm just going to put it to Z's on him. Brilliant. So then he, he gave. This poor, James Phipps cowpox and this boy recovered. And so then Edward Jenner was like, okay, that was pretty good as a good sign that that's not enough. Let's expose him to smallpox. So then he took smallpox from someone who is infected and gave it basically try to give it to him and it was a success and because it came from cowpox or vaca for cow, doctor Jenner called it a vaccination. So he never really tried to profit off of his vaccines, which in two thousand eighteen I find that very impressive..
"cowpox" Discussed on Beef and Dairy Network
"Of is as you know it was in the fridge now but he's gonna come in sort of sly signed a to those guys we're joined by dana by one single anus that we are now i've kept so we're going to separate that amos into touring the have them cast in in welsh gold app cbs live of the and very excited about about dress and i'll i'll be wearing the light so i'm talking to design is about you know functioning and it's it's tricky sweetie tricky she's made was born just a couple of weeks ago we'll see lovely beautiful jersey kopf there's gonna company up on and then we'll slow afterwards and spit roast either gaza wacky i mean my team we are fulltime because you can imagine the mount of milk in the need for wedding unbelievable we are we had thai drellich it would take a day but it's going to take his police six months i think i'm here anyway you were going to be going up with the two full pales wooden dhows of milk as is traditional milkmaids always go up with a full bucket you don't get married with empty bucket it's bad luck obviously given away by your own yoke my kids will commit me i'll the art we said elliott they are calling you the how in meghan from terry world is the wedding going to match up they'll be differences and a few similarities i'm writing in an account i think she came under rolls royce and she saw becoming an an akao very have their wedding night than they in milkmaid you know agriculture services that there's the cowpox embrace and they went wait forty eight hours we embrace so that any pox is shed tradit meakers back hundreds of years books for ages but.
"cowpox" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"His behavior to become so a radic in the last years of his life theories range from the continual stress of being such a pariah in the medical community to early onset alzheimer's too late stage syphilis which was an occupational hazard of being an obstetrician at a busy hospital at this point in history in the later years symbolizes life other doctors were also working on ideas that were related to contagion and the germ theory of disease in eighteen fifty two years after several vice instituted handwashing at the vantage general hospital james young simpson of scotland published a detailed description of how materials more by could be introduced into the body during labor and delivery and how the postpartum body was primed for infection and because of the dilation and abrasion sustained during birth even made the comparison between the attendance fingers and the ivory points that were that had been used to administer smallpo box bax nations by transferring material from cowpox lesion to a person skin in the eighteen fifties and sixties louis pester was studying how micro organisms caused beer and wine to spoil in eighteen sixty seven joseph lister began publishing work on preventing infection during surgery which included hygiene in handwashing with carbolic ten years prior to that in eighteen fifty seven robert coke made the connection between the anthrax disease and the anthrax bacterium later he helped our tickly four criteria to prove that a disease is caused by a specific microorganism which are called cokes postulates today these criteria are that the micro organism is always associated with the disease that it can be taken from diseased animal and grown in a culture that the cultured organism can cause the disease in a healthy animal and that the same microorganism can be collected from the newly diseased animal.
"cowpox" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"Someplace his death did not carry a risk everything that you do every single thing you put in your body carry some element of risk so does the next banana that i eat and and the next aspirin that i take yet in the main body vastly higher circumstances we are all better off by vaccination and it is out it is both for our own good and for the good of our community those people that love their families and loved their neighbors we'll get faxon it looking at this from a world precisely which who was part of what you do in the books are these kind of battles going on other parts of the world is wells oh sure it we're not really that exceptional end up up or get this issue of vaccination not to vaccinate is as old as vaccination itself from the very very beginning there were an and bradley by the way vaccination at the very first instances of it this as a cowpox vaccine for smallpox it would generate a scientist minglan it was it was fought with risk at the time and even then that's the nation called very elation at that point was was much better to have done it then not so th this has been all through history it comes in waves cycles of thought and right now we're in a little mini cycle of anti vaccination fervor and it will pass because the scientific evidence is so powerful in the that will contempt so is this might be a phase in as people see the results it should change their behaviour interesting to take a look at that now there been a work in research done on a universal flu vaccine that they would work on all strains as possible or is that don't do we should have in the near future what do you think it possible are there is definite work going on and and should be strongly funded the problem with influenza a and b the flu type of of bog buyers it that they are which trump protein and they turn the big twist and turn genetically very easily yeah and so the or mike reading so quickly that it's hard to find something that can work from one year to the next lock your mother most interesting the microcosm within is the name of the book in the.
"cowpox" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"Someplace his death did not carry a risk everything that you do every single thing you put in your body carry some element of risk so does the next banana that i eat and and the next aspirin that i take yet in the main body vastly higher circumstances we are all better off by vaccination and it is out it is both for our own good and for the good of our community those people that love their families and loved their neighbors we'll get back to need looking at this from a world perspective which was part of what you do in the books are these kind of battles going on other parts of the world is wealth oh sure it we're not really that exceptional and don't forget this issue of vaccination not to vaccinate is as old as vaccination itself from the very very beginning there were and by the way vaccination at the very first instances of it as a cowpox vaccine for smallpox it would generate a scientist minglan it was it was fraught with risk at the time and even then that's the nation called very elation at that point was was much better to have done it then not so this has been all through history it comes in waves cycles of thought and right now we're in a little mini cycle of anti vaccination fervor and it will pass because the scientific evidence is so powerful in the that will consider so is this might be a phase in as people see the results that should change their behaviour interesting to take a look at that now there's been a work in research done on a universal flu vaccine that they would work on all strangers out possible or is that something we should have in the near future what do you think it possible are there is definite work going on and and should be strongly funded the problem with influenza a and b the flu pipe a bog fire it that they are with trump poking and they currently take twist and turn genetically very easily yeah and so the or mike migrating so quickly that it's hard to find something that can work from one year to the next roger millar most interesting the microcosm within is the name of the book in the.
"cowpox" Discussed on The Global Politico
"Mcconnell meeting uh basically told the administration know who i don't want to have a bipartisan statement this was in september of 2016 and i i mean i've read the reports about that meeting i don't wanna firsthand information about what mitchell called concerns were what the information that was uh that was presented to him um but obviously we didn't handle it correctly uh the american people i don't think we're want warned clearly enough the other thing people it has now been reinforced by the more indictment i had a sense of this may be of something going wrong is the start of this was very of the russian effort was very active during the republican primary um the activity on i've been involved in a republican presidential campaigns in the past and different capacities uh for basically my whole career in in washington and just looking at the way the political debate went even the republican primary especially on social media cowpox the social media activity was and the commentary about republican candidates including my boss senator rubio something struck me very odd about that and i'm sure some of that with indigenous and was actually real americans expressing concern who there were supportive of trump and didn't like other candidates but is the more they've been now shows there's evidence that uh there is at least ample implication possibly injection of other uh russian content even into the republican debates and so i think it's at that point you could already given sense that something was off uh about our political debates.
"cowpox" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries
"Chris dna and cowpox virus specific oleg on nuclear tides which were detected by pcr cowpox virus infection is a rare zoonotic disease despite the name humans can contract cowpox virus from infected cats there is no specific treatment in this patient healing was prolonged and surgical removal of the new chronic s car was performed after three months or one centimeter scar surrounded by a residual area of air thema was present a twenty five year old woman presented to the retina clinic with progressive pain and redness in her right eye she had a history of intravenous drug use and one week before presentation she had received a diagnosis of methicillin sensitive staphylococcus aureus bacteria end endo card itis for which she was receiving intravenous antibiotic treatment the visual acuity was twenty over one hundred in the right eye and twenty over twenty in the left eye examination of the right i revealed an iris lesion three millimetres in diameter a moderate number of inflammatory cells in the anterior chamber dilated iris in limbo vessels and the absence of victory is cells anterior segment optical coherence tomography confirmed the presence of an irish nigel the clinical findings were consistent with the diagnosis of an iris abscess caused by back tarim lia in a patient with backed aremu pathogens can spread to vascular eyes tissues including the uvf and ratna intraocular infections can be endogenous resulting from human logic spread of systemic infection or exile genus resulting from trauma or intraocular procedures in addition to six weeks of intravenous antibiotic therapy the patient received intraocular vancomycin and safe tacit him as well as moxie floxin premise alone acetate and cyclo penta late eyedrops at follow up two weeks after diagnosis the irish nigel and inflammation had resolved and a small iris scar was present.
"cowpox" Discussed on Exploring My Strange Bible
"This eightyearold boy you got terribly set of course cowpox is no picnic but he got better after that and uh he he never got the smallpox and begin to tested more widely and so on and it be it he struggle this was a solution to the smallpox smallpox epidemic and so he published his results published his research and he began to administer what we now and it's really familiar common practice now like vaccines immunisation and so on and so this this was a newer concept and if you think about this was actually very counter intuitive for many people in seventy hundreds western europe you inject a cow disease into your body and this is a good thing this is a good thing it will make you better to get sick from a cow disease like this very counterintuitive and so here is what's happened is fascinating is that when when gender begin the publishes results and begin to massproduce caltex vaccine cow pox vaccines and spread them it's on there was huge backlash in in western european culture and people begin to write terrible things about him or or pretended he was part of a conspiracy like poison all populist and saw this 'cause it's very hard to understand this idea you need to get very sick so that you can be healthy with a cow disease for all of what on earth and so other formed a coalition against jenner called the anti vaccine society and they would like spread well you'll see so they would say things about him so they publish this cartoon among their literature and this is a correct part in about gender and you can see i don't know if you can read the little thing down here it's called the calpe or the wonderful effects of the new innoculation by the publication of the anti vaccine society and so here's jenner administering the the cowpox vaccine and then on the right here all the people that he's given into on what's happening to them.
"cowpox" Discussed on Exploring My Strange Bible
"Finding a vaccine to it he smallpox claim about half a million people's lives in western europe uh in those late late decades of the seventeen hundreds and so gender made his mission to find a solution to this and so he he started going on a trail of research lose kind of wellknown that the people who grew up on dairy farms or like worked around coutts constantly would get a forum of the pox not smallpox who was a different form less intense that they got from the cows who called cow pox clever so cowpox and cowpox the same thing rash fever blisters on his and he's not going to think but it was way less deadly people hardly ever died of cowpox and so would they notice with people who lived and worked on dairy farms had cowpox after that experience were immune to the smallpox virus and so generous cut it sorted following this line of research and so he began ask what if we were to inject different forms of the cowpox virus into perfectly healthy people but who don't live and work round cows and maybe they too could become immune to of the smallpox virus and so the first person whoever got like the cow account disease injected into them it was an eight year old boy who is the son of edward jenner gardner for gonna say so i don't know how he got permission for that i don't know figured lost the bet a so but they got so he injected cowpox in.
"cowpox" Discussed on Probably Science
"Smallpox very very often fatal cowpox rarely fatal and the word vaccine vodka blossoms from cow oh that's how we get the a vaccine and vaccines so his theory was if you give someone if you give someone cowpox you will inoculate them against smallpox and the way he did that was to take some pulse from a milkmaid who had how box and the parks and then just injected it into his god and the sun okay i did not know that the 1800s jayme air lane 1760s okay oh let's longer back that i thought james phipps i believe was his name and we might and check that was the name of the kid and then and then once he'd done that he then ejected the boy with smallpox go and the boy didn't die and now he at with janet raise a hero of all time this is not like you didn't talk to the gardner and mike donor nosaka lazy conversation that happened in the way who had a little position of power there's a winds to go it under the ad definitely like i am ploy is the late seventy eight i employed y'all yeah yeah i employer you and your family so i'm going to i'm pretty sure this won't muddy us on both so let's give it a shot here boy that's crazy iso also weight so ulcers you were saying wore an example of a thing people thought you could point to empirical effective placebos okay no so the paper found that placebos he'll cast your calluses at rates across the study that range from ten to ninety percent which has a range so why that any you should stop and think hard about whether syrian affect the paper came to the mac inclusion off to seeing that six of the analyze studies from germany showed a much stronger effect in the placebo arm than the other studies the perceive effect some more powerful and germany than elsewhere what his analysis missed because there was no way of knowing at the time and because he arguably went him with an agenda to find this result that the placebos will the antibiotics will often abused during the 1980s and handed out like smarties.
"cowpox" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"He's it sets so with kfi am 640 it is the god wei xiaotao and we are as always disgusting the hottest topics on radio the goodyear plymouth you know something light and we have fires going on and we'll get fire updates and it's a horrible thing that's happening up in northern california and we had the fire the canyon fired two and we'll have updates on that as well we talked earlier about the uh the goat that made it and that's cool there's the situation in simi valley officerinvolved shooting what it would appear to be a us a psychiatric patient oh boy of swinging to a baseball bat by we'd like to also bring in some other news just so you you can breathe a little nine the boy scouts of america are now going to allow girls to be boy scouts is that right is that true i dunno people like that enough boyscouts now you can bigger until the palmer in the abc seven i will make room in a historic change the boy scouts have announced plans to admit girls enter the cub scouts starting next year also they plan to establish a new program for older girls using the same curriculum as the boy scouts under the plan just announced cub scout dens the smallest unit we'll be single gender either all boys are all girls the larger cuddle that's good all right now that then i semi approve the smallest unit we'll be single gender either all boys are all girls the larger comes cowpox pacts will have the option to welcome both genders if they choose in the larger cub scout pacts will have the option to welcome both genders if they choose the program for older girl charles is expected to start in two thousand nineteen and will enable girls to earn the coveted rank of ingles scout the girl scouts organization has criticized the initiative saying it strains the century old vaughn between the two groups i think there right i think girl scouts or for girls boy scouts or for boys i'm a good oldfashioned country bumpkins from the flaps and i don't like mixing the two and i will tell you why boy scouts boys.
"cowpox" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"And the april doesn't bring it up put april let bennett bring could up every once in a while uh this is gone very far beyond football for medical peta and of course uh any athlete that's in the nfl right now calling brex unemployed the one athlete that's gonna take a platform and a stand against this is michael bennett he's already thrown out with the national anthems as everyone knows and now he has a personal incident you said that this this has been in las vegas exactly why he's been sitting for national athems last month greg valve with its common news with us on a bench did were you at the press conference today where he broke down and couldn't finish i was when he started talking about what he tells his daughters and how the tell us daughters that they they matter knows young black women in america was and then he walked away and that was the end of the press comes do you um that it's like throwing a moss club there uh big game this week against the backers that this is um you know a big distractions of the gene maybe for another team sky but this team thrives on this and they have a coach who encourages it then they have players who wants to use their platform through so much beyond football socially and racially an economically and challenging the nfl on its arms in a doug baldwin mocking the so hurts marketing in media policy is richard sherman take it all the commissioner and the and the uh new disciplined system in in the nfl one it this is almost like another wednesday at the seahawks no this was a little out of the ordinary as well when you have lost vegas police under police department broad testing a press conference in response to what a says but the the controversy the high profile the attention and live stop the subjects that they talk about in the locker in skopje cowpox openly on the fire succo from hip out how is open dialogue right up the game days in game time sometimes about social issues and how they're gonna truth national anthem and what unity are they going to show its if there's the discussion is very very than it so it's a noting part of socioeconomic and racial concerns about working with they're not shy away from it i don't think this conflict the game.
"cowpox" Discussed on No Jargon
"Um so he basically inoculated this young boy with this cowpox plus tool and they had a reaction on their arm and then he did something that you definitely cannot do in human immunology anymore for her should never have done it to begin with he basically tried to infect this boy with smallpox and lo and behold he was nods susceptible to smallpox anymore as though this was sort of the the beginning of this idea of vaccination to prevent the spread of smallpox and this was popularized uh subsequently kanoute mount its way into legislation and you do have to understand that the early history of smallpox in london for example was so brutal i mean this was such a burden on the population that the government had a real interest in making sure that these vaccination programmes got off the ground quickly if they worked and so there was a whole lot of sort of authoritarian push to get people backs needed and people now and certainly people then had very little understanding of how these vaccines worked what they were um you know all of the things that you here now that vaccines are natural uh all of those things have been with vaccine campaigns since the very beginning and it to be honest with you was a pretty rational response if you've got a government entity that's giving you some sort of disease in your arm sometimes people would contract smallpox way sometimes people would contract smallpox.