7 Burst results for "Doctor Rhodes"

"doctor rhodes" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:51 min | 2 months ago

"doctor rhodes" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"And if you remember, although they threw it away, remember the king's speech, wonderful movie. Yeah. I had read about king George VI, 40 years ago. Because being left handed, I was in college, and I was intrigued by the story. The true story about him was, the man who wrote the book about it was in charge of the BBC, taking king George's speeches during World War II, editing the stuttering, and then putting the speech on the BBC. And he kept doing this. That was his job. And after a while, he started to think. Well, if stuttering is the sign of frustration, what in the world does the king of the British Empire have to be frustrated about turned out he was left handed, forced to be right hand. So when I went to the movie, I knew all that. And I was waiting because I came close to it. There was one line in the movie, and they kind of threw it away. I mean, he's like, so no, I didn't start a thanks to doctor Rhodes. Now, it sounds to me like one of the most influential people in your life has to have been Red Barber. And I just wonder when you two, how you two first met, I know there's an interesting story around this and just why it is that you think he championed you. First of all, I worked for CBS in Washington when I graduated. And I worked, I was a summer replacement announcer. So as each announcer went on vacation, I assumed all of his duty, so it was a marvelous experience. Also, it's a 50,000 watt station. So I went from not even the minors from amateur on college to the major leagues in broadcasting. So that was quite a jump. And surprise of all, into October, I was finished. They had all had their anniversary, whatever the holidays were. And also the vacations. And the managers said, we would love to hire you permanently in February. Wow, I thought that's great. And going back to New York, he gave me some letters of introduction to several people at CBS in New York. One of whom was ahead of news, I think his name was Ted church, lovely man. We talked for a good ten, 15 minutes. And eventually sports came up and as soon as I mentioned, yes, I had done some sports and I played sports. That was a chance for him to lateral me. So he lateraled me very nicely to Red Barber. When I went to see red, it was one of those stories. It was putting his hat and coat on, because it was October late. And he said, I'm sorry, my wife is circling the block, leave your name, et cetera. It was an emergency. CBS had a game show on Saturday, four games, and they would bounce from one game to the other. One gave back and forth. And eventually, the games would be decided early, and you might wind up with one really good game. So one of the announcers fell ill and I came home one night and my wonderful Irish red haired mother said to me, oh Vinny, you'll never guess who called, and I said, no, mom, who, and she said, red skelton. No, I don't think so. But could it be Red Barber? Yes. I went to see rad. He had already checked. This was typical of red. He had called fordham. He had called the athletic director. He called W TLP where I had worked all summer. And apparently I passed all of those investigations.

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"doctor rhodes" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:53 min | 5 months ago

"doctor rhodes" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Says a Pfizer spokeswoman. So let me just make sure I'm getting this straight, doctor Rhodes. Pfizer is basically saying, oh, these aren't, you know, this isn't real data and Marjorie Taylor Greene's full of it because, you know, we can't verify all of this. Isn't this the same excuse that those on the left used to debunk the VAERS data because they said they couldn't verify all the adverse events? Is this what's happening here? Right. You have to understand when you listen to the mainstream media or liberal progressives. I call it the rule of exchange. They exchange one set of data for another set of reasons. And they use it back and forth. A great example is the governor of your state Gavin Newsom, who is now trying to take the medical license from any physician they're pushing a bill right now at your state legislature to take the medical license from any position that quote promotes misinformation. And at the same time, Gavin Newsom, who locked down an entire state and is trying to force vaccines was out, I think it was 72 hours ago and his quote was where he's upset about roe versus wade. And he said, remember, my body, your body, your choice. So again, liberals use the slogans that fit their narrative. And if you say anything else, like you said, it's misinformation. So they don't, they're not, we're not working on a level playing field. So you have to bring context in to show how far off these guys are. How far off the mark they are. And speaking of context, you know, you just read me a quote from Bill Gates that was so asinine that I assumed it was from February or March of 2020. Read that for the audience. This is a quote reported on Bill Gates when he was talking about Elon Musk take over. Of Twitter. And he said, you know, Elon Musk could make misinformation on Twitter worse. And right after he said that, he was answering questions on COVID. And he said, well, yeah, it comes from bats and it spread because of climate change. So you have someone saying that Elon Musk is going to make misinformation worse. And then you have someone basically talking misinformation. But it's not just Bill Gates. It's the same mainstream media in fact checkers. Let's just keep it simple. That said, Hunter Biden's laptop was resting misinformation, which we know because of Washington Post articles, New York Times articles, Hunter Biden's laptop is real. And so, you know, you would think that if I was a liberal, it might cause me some cognitive dissonance, you know? I might look at it and go, hey, this may not be correct. But unfortunately today, we have a lot of people that are specialists and propaganda. That's why when you hear information come out and everyone's saying the exact same words and catch phrases. You can almost bet that that's misinformation. Yeah. The bumper stickers beware of the bumper stickers. And by the one of the just flimsiest arguments is that when they say, you know, your body, your choice, it's just plainly not their body. I mean, the vast majority of instances. That person shows to engage in intercourse. There are potential consequences for that. And sometimes, yes, it creates another body. It's called a baby. And that baby doesn't get a choice unless we fight for it. But Andrew, look at this. I mean, even their body of their choice. Look, now it ever since roe versus wade, the Democrats have discovered the definition of a woman. I mean, we didn't even know what a woman was to add robots. I'm waiting out everyone understands a woman. I'm not a biologist, but it was a happy Mother's Day yesterday. So happy Mother's Day to all those wonderful mothers. We need you to be saying, stand up to doctor rose, wish we had more time per usual. Thank you.

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Dr. Keith Rose Describes the 'Rule of Exchange'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:23 min | 5 months ago

Dr. Keith Rose Describes the 'Rule of Exchange'

"Let me just make sure I'm getting this straight, doctor Rhodes. Pfizer is basically saying, oh, these aren't, you know, this isn't real data and Marjorie Taylor Greene's full of it because, you know, we can't verify all of this. Isn't this the same excuse that those on the left used to debunk the VAERS data because they said they couldn't verify all the adverse events? Is this what's happening here? Right. You have to understand when you listen to the mainstream media or liberal progressives. I call it the rule of exchange. They exchange one set of data for another set of reasons. And they use it back and forth. A great example is the governor of your state Gavin Newsom, who is now trying to take the medical license from any physician they're pushing a bill right now at your state legislature to take the medical license from any position that quote promotes misinformation. And at the same time, Gavin Newsom, who locked down an entire state and is trying to force vaccines was out, I think it was 72 hours ago and his quote was where he's upset about roe versus wade. And he said, remember, my body, your body, your choice. So again, liberals use the slogans that fit their narrative. And if you say anything else, like you said, it's misinformation.

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"doctor rhodes" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:23 min | 5 months ago

"doctor rhodes" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"There's no such thing as settled science. Well, you know, it's interesting too. And so I want to play another clip for a Bill Gates here from that same talk he was giving. That's just cut one. Let's go ahead and play it and we'll react to it after that. Cut one. It wasn't until early February when I was in a meeting that experts at the foundation said, there's no way, you know, this there's been too much travel without diagnosis for us to contain this. And then at that point, we didn't really understand the fatality rate. We didn't understand that it's a fairly low fatality rate. And that it's a deceased mainly of the elderly kind of like flu yeah, so glad we didn't overreact, right? Doctor Rhodes. Well, I just appreciate the fact that Bill Gates and his experts as soon as they realize that there was no way to quote contain this came out and said that lockdowns weren't effective in that, let's not crush the economy. Let's not cause an increase in drug use and suicides. Let's not destroy jobs. Let's do something different. It's interesting. He talks about it. And if you're watching talk, he's just kind of rattling off the top of the head like there were no consequences to this. No, it was his group that funded the IHME that gave us these bogus projections in the beginning that forced all the lockdowns that said there were going to be millions and millions of deaths. So Amelia culpa two years later, I mean, it's not even to me a culprit's like, oh, I guess we got it wrong. Yeah, by the way, you started this whole this whole exchange talking about how the science is changing and how they use that time and again to justify the most absurd conclusions. And yet here you go, basically saying, hey, the science didn't change, as a matter of fact, back in February we knew there was no containing this thing. So why did they even try and contain it to begin with? And you were actually the one that taught us on this show that you have never used lockdowns. You've never used quarantining to quarantine the healthy. It was always historically used to contain the sick. That's a tremendous clip from Bill Gates. Basically admitting that we had a coordinated overreaction and he knew in February. Here's what's really interesting. So the Pfizer docs draw, people are digging through the data that was thousands of pages of data. A lot of it's just raw data. A lot of people are going to make sense of it heads or tails can be difficult. But it really started when Marjorie Taylor Greene tweeted about this. So in her tweet, green shared a screenshot of a document released by the Food and Drug Administration, which she took is meaning that 1223 people died during Pfizer's post authorization adverse events report. A number of other conservative figures also posted why they are skeptical about the safety of the vaccine with Pfizer documents hashtag. This is newsweek. While the report discussed adverse reaction to the vaccine in 90 day period and the figures are genuine, the pharmaceutical company said the documents do not link the vaccine as being responsible for the people's death. So basically, they're saying that the fatalities listen to report are among nearly a 160,000 adverse effects, the cause of each fatality is not verified. And therefore, may also include those who had various illness illnesses such as cancer or cardiovascular disease,.

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Producer Andrew and Dr. Keith Rose Discuss Bill Gates' COVID Response

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:31 min | 5 months ago

Producer Andrew and Dr. Keith Rose Discuss Bill Gates' COVID Response

"I want to play another clip for a Bill Gates here from that same talk he was giving. That's just cut one. Let's go ahead and play it and we'll react to it after that. Cut one. It wasn't until early February when I was in a meeting that experts at the foundation said, there's no way, you know, this there's been too much travel without diagnosis for us to contain this. And then at that point, we didn't really understand the fatality rate. We didn't understand that it's a fairly low fatality rate. And that it's a deceased mainly of the elderly kind of like flu yeah, so glad we didn't overreact, right? Doctor Rhodes. Well, I just appreciate the fact that Bill Gates and his experts as soon as they realize that there was no way to quote contain this came out and said that lockdowns weren't effective in that, let's not crush the economy. Let's not cause an increase in drug use and suicides. Let's not destroy jobs. Let's do something different. It's interesting. He talks about it. And if you're watching talk, he's just kind of rattling off the top of the head like there were no consequences to this. No, it was his group that funded the IHME that gave us these bogus projections in the beginning that forced all the lockdowns that said there were going to be millions and millions of deaths. So Amelia culpa two years later, I mean, it's not even to me a culprit's like, oh, I guess we got it wrong.

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"doctor rhodes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:28 min | 8 months ago

"doctor rhodes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Flash All right Charlie thank you so much Carl master Tim steno back here on Bloomberg business week We talked about some of the big headlines And certainly one of the big ones is the hospital admission in the U.S. for COVID-19 We are seeing them receding about 34 states in the nation's capital So that's a good sign to him Yeah and closer to home Terrell here in New York City or in New York State I should say cases have dropped 92% from their peak Like I said gotten busier Have you noticed Yeah streets have gotten busier and I'm riding the subway again So you feel better Yeah it's the paranoid person metric you know you can just follow me If I'm riding the subway things are okay The dims den of egg metrics Hey let's bring in our next guest with our daily check on the pandemic Doctor Kevin I'm just his director of medical affairs at the BioTech company along jevon He is on the phone for Miami Doctor am does it's nice to have you here with us How are you Good good Good afternoon Thanks Thanks for walking on the program Yeah you bet It's good to have you here Tell us a little about your company in terms of what you guys do Because you're involved big time when it comes to stem cell research Yes absolutely Absolutely Okay so for context I'm not a director of medical fears a long job and we're kind of staged BioTech company in my Florida publicly traded on the NASDAQ We specialize in cellular therapies for life threatening chronic conditions We recently work granted by the FDA orphan drug and where PDFs disease designations for our efforts in treating infant heart defects affecting babies with HLHS which is hypoplastic left heart failure But aligned with what you were just talking about omicron and COVID-19 one of the therapies we actually have a phase one clinical trial for in the U.S. is for COVID-19 ARDS which is acute respiratory distress syndrome Our lead product launch will be works in dampening the cytokine storm that's seen in ARDS And that's kind of a severe form of COVID-19 Once you get it and the body doesn't react as well and it really gets uptake in the lungs and you develop ARDS that's when we hope that our products will have really good effects and clearing out that cytokine storm allowing the lungs to heal and the body to repair itself Doctor Rhodes this condition that you're speaking about and your company is working on treating does that happen Do we know from a that something that is a consequence of other variants including delta and alpha Yes So all variants all variants are produced respiratory diseases and respiratory disease could be upper respiratory tract or in the lungs And they do have the potential to be dangerous We have seen a dip in the more severe cases but it absolutely has been present during odd ways the current almost on wave So and with this treatment a lot of the treatments that we see right now are very variant dependent And this treatment is more independent It's all patients and regardless of the variant that get pneumonia and have this severe syndrome You are working on various treatments and they're all in various stages A lot of them do involve research in a lot of it for chronic disease A lot of it dealing with diseases of aging Alzheimer's aging frailty What's the biggest potential and soon as potential for your company specifically when it comes to top and bottom lines Yeah that is a question we get asked a lot So our company was founded on aging related diseases Like you mentioned frailty and cognitive disorders like dementia and Alzheimer's We recently completed our phase one Alzheimer's in the U.S. and we just started our phase two trial With frailty we completed our phase two trial and now we are starting a phase two trial in Japan So we believe that we have potential in both physical and cognitive aging processes But is it at least a year or two before you get through these phases Well currently currently the trials that are we were trying to expedite it but there's only so much and then because pandemic we had to kind of limit the way our enrollment would have gone our face one always our we expected the finish much earlier than it would end up happening But we are looking at probably a year to complete enrollment in our phase two Alzheimer's thought and that will definitely give good top line results and we're able to get clear indicate the direction that we're going So and that's going to be complete enrollment by the end of the year Hey doctor Rhonda I want to talk a little bit about the evolution of the virus here just in the last minute that we have with you There's been a lot of discussion about this moving from pandemic to endemic And I'm wondering if somebody who watches the space closely what are the signs that you're looking for to indicate to us that okay we're out of this pandemic And this is endemic now Yeah And that is a great question And with these ways so with these variants with these types of there's mutations constantly And new variants are able to popping up all the time It's very hard to predict But the fact that the results are less severe less patient hospitalized less depth of current those are very positive signs Another big cause of sign is is vaccines being approved for the I believe Pfizer is going up for less than 5 years old These are great signs that we are in the path to the right path for this to become like an influenza endemic where you could go in on annual basis and the results are not as severe and it's not as infectious So the signs the current stats are great right now Well great to check in with you and certainly keep us up to date as you guys move through your trials As doctor Kevin rob does he's director of medical affairs at Ron on the phone for Miami long driver and by the way it's a BioTech.

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"doctor rhodes" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"doctor rhodes" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Members of KQED public radio eighty eight point five FM in San Francisco and eighty nine point three FM in Sacramento now eight twenty two it's morning edition on KQ weedy I'm Brian watched across the country students are taking the lead on many marches to protest the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis they got some encouragement yesterday from former president Barack Obama who said in a virtual town hall when he sees what's happening with young people all across the country their display of talent voice and sophistication he gets optimistic in the bay area two teams organized the largest turnout so far in Oakland this week as KQED's Vanessa Ron Kanya reports they are drawing on their own activist roots the March this week fifteen thousand people help to open streets was the first protest nineteen year old killed Riley had ever organized really the young people's March I guess it's going down in Oakland history his co organizer Xavier brown brown's mom protested at UC Berkeley in the nineties after the beating of Rodney king he also points to the black Panthers the native American occupation of Alcatraz all part of the legacy of activism just having that in your history it really formed me into the person I am that's something that's been in our family from my grandfather strong cold front Riley's grandfather is prominent civil rights activist and lawyer Walter rightly his uncle is a musician and filmmaker boots Riley the idea of a connection with my ancestors and what connection to what's right Riley says his family's advice this week was to stay true to himself both Riley and brown knew it was going to be important to highlight the voices and experiences of young people but I'm really doing this just to show that you are wise as well even though the older generation how a lot of wisdom sometimes we do need to listen to what the US has to say brown and Riley are drawing on a history of fighting for racial justice other students to join them in the streets this week reflecting an activist muscle home and more recently Jamie to curb graduated from college prep in Oakland last year it's really gain traction because of how much organizing experience you've had in the past based on these other issues like I know kids who are involved in organizing that were also involved in like the gun violence walkers that we did all of those people saw firsthand if you want something to change that their actual actions you have to take another recent Oakland grad ruby bin Lazar who founded the group bay area student activists in the aftermath of the school shooting in parkland Florida in twenty eight teen those students lobbied in Sacramento input on voter education events she says today she sees them posting specific advice like where to donate money to bail protesters out and how white people can use their bodies to help protect black and brown protesters from police if needed she feels like maybe in this moment there's a real opening for change the pandemic has shown how valuable our world doesn't it doesn't make any sense why it's the whole world can shut down in a minute and that the whole world can do that for corona why we can't come up with some better solution to what's happening I just want to tell people that no matter how hard hard you think it is is for a great cause so just to push through and that anyone can do it for real anyone right now brown and Reilly or thinking about their next moves really does harm they would give people access to healthcare housing education I don't want anyone to think that it was easy you know me and it's you over the past few days were very exhausted just constantly you know making sure everything is going to go right it is here to work their whole life to change people like Riley's grandfather who organized a lunch counter sit ins in North Carolina as a young man and marched this week alongside his grandson I am an asset thank god you're kidding me the news while protesters have flooded the streets the pandemic continues hundreds of people have gotten free coated nineteen tests in San Francisco's district ten it's the latest effort from UCSF and various city agencies to test some of the city's most vulnerable residents and they plan to test hundreds more on house to people this weekend reporter Nina Sparling has the story about the community organizers that made it all possible we're going to the line wrapped around the block and we'll have an early education school and the baby this weekend the DJ played well health care workers wave people into medical tents to get tested for covert nineteen I don't hundreds of people received a viral or an antibody test in district ten this week some even got tested for both it's the next phase of UCSF United health initiative which kicked off in the mission district last month Dr Kim rose is an epidemiologist and director of the office of community engagement at UCSF she wanted to bring to the testing to this part of San Francisco when she saw the numbers nine four one two four which is effectively bait you have the second highest rate of infection with covert nineteen in the city the doctor Rhodes knew the community would have to take the lead to get people to come out UCSF could never build that trust or do effective outreach on its own don't let the neighborhood people don't trust so she turned to two women who been working with on other public health and environmental justice issues in district ten Michelle Pierce and Dr money because our doctor Lazar runs the refugee coalition for health and wellness and she says that mistrust has to do with a long history of exploitation or problem look very healthy well something useful because I loved the G. because our on going sexual racism love you know Henrietta lacks the weeks testing in district ten focus on asking advocates for input and working with community organizers to build up trust that's the only way to manage the spread of the virus as peers who runs the Bayview hunters point community advocates this is how we are going to slow and hopefully stop its progression completely around our duty next up is testing the on house population and the people who work with them in the district which is happening on Saturday and Sunday Donny's Coleman is one of over eighteen hundred on house residents and district town the first time when I was here Donnie's got tested at a local clinic awhile back but not many other on house people have yeah I think okay welcome to she plans to get her third code test this weekend and Dr Rhodes hopes that institutions like her own take a lesson from the success of this kind of partnership why did two other types of diseases we're gonna get the print out again it's transformative because we're not in the back now Erling KQED news and I'm Brian what you're listening to morning edition on KQ weedy more news from NPR and Brian also returns coming up at eight thirty John McConnell returns with your traffic.

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