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"dr amash" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:19 min | 5 months ago

"dr amash" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"New cases in the twenty four hour period that was his new single day record it's the third time in the last four days that the state has broken its record and we've had twenty thousand cases in the past five days the OC reported four hundred and thirty four cases on Sunday but explain the spike there because of a back log in reporting Dr Amash italiana is a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins center for health security after the first plane yeah he ate half used like an activity based on people socially interacting and he says the US must be prepared for the fall one another spike is expected due to the change in weather conditions plus we'll have other issues with the flu at that time reporting live John Baird K. in acts ten seventy news radio this morning officials are looking into the mysterious death of more than forty people try to confirm whether the virus was spreading here in California months before was actually first found by the doctors these victims include infants and children and some of the deaths go all the way back to December long before California wanted to lock down that was in March of these cases are confirmed it would force scientists to rethink just tell the virus got here the LA schools superintendent gonna speak later this morning a hobbit usually holds a briefing on Monday and today's gonna be talking about the school police department and the budget this is at a school board meeting tomorrow which is going to take up some measures that are aimed at eliminating the school police department five oh five AD can't test ends with a for more coming up right after traffic it is five oh five traffic and weather together over ten minutes of the fives and here is Jennifer you hello good sell guns out of the water one southbound Golden State win earlier stalled car on the west and what a lot of long beach Boulevard that's been cleared it looks great the earlier full freeway closure of the eastbound side of the ninety one from the fifteen order McKinley has been picked up against a pocket a slowing down that not do what he's done nothing to worry about what's going on do it also looks good coming out of corona there with the right lane blocked at the ninety one westbound from Norwalk to pioneer there's to pick that up it was Caltrans activity in the right lane and I don't see any delays that also works really good shape there as well mercury insurance has been helping drivers like.

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"dr amash" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:38 min | 7 months ago

"dr amash" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Ring central news line by Dr Amash adult Jeff senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins center for health security Dr thank you for joining us this morning so everybody's yes but does this prove immunity well you have to remember that the maternal result even though they're very very encouraging with phase one clinical trial and that really is a trial that's designed to look at safety and it does appear that this is safe and they did find some antibodies and individuals that were vaccinated and does that does anybody seem to be protective in animal models so it does look like there is a need to being generated by the vaccine obviously we're gonna have to do this in bigger patient groups and you're going to see this vaccine moving to phase two and phase three clinical trial to get a full understanding of what the media is what its duration is what the dosage of the vaccine and how many doses you need all that needs to still be figured out but it is promising that they had a good result in a phase one clinical trial if I understand correctly it's not unusual for testing for a vaccine to go on for months possibly even years but will this process be speeded up as best it can be it in light of the corona virus nineteen pandemic it's definitely the case this is already going at a record pace because of the urgency of developing a vaccine because that's the only way that we can get to decrease this threat will get back to normal so what you might you may see is phase one and phase two trials occurring simultaneously you may see the any kind of any kind of shortening of any kind of process happen likely what will happen if the FDA will grant an emergency use authority to use the vaccine before phase three trial completely finished because they're such an urgency to get the vaccine but we still need to think about manufacturing and up does the score the US population of the world population and that's going to be daunting even things like the medical glass to put the the the vaccine in the vials that's going to be an issue that we have to think about as well when it comes to this manufacturing will we be totally dependent on moderno are will be because of the crisis will they be sharing their knowledge and could other plants be ramped up to produce this vaccine so it's important to the maternity themselves have never made a vaccine that they're going to need a manufacturing partner and we're hearing about for example operation warp speed where they may start manufacture even before we know whether something works B. and that's gonna be something the government is going to do we've also heard about the gates foundation a Bill Gates talked about building factories ahead of time to start production so this is going to be something that up it's a partnership with Madonna in other companies notice actually make enough doses to get into the arms of Americans are there any cautionary tales that we should be aware of in light of the manufacturing of other vaccines vaccines in general are very very safe obviously there are side effects and any medications you take including vaccines and it will be important to study this and enough people so we have some idea what the side effects been and we know that there are people in the anti vaccine movement that are going to trying to decrease the concreteness acting bringing up things like the nineteen seventy six likely epidemic in some of the pandemic H. one N. one vaccine in Europe and Canada had some side effects we have to make sure that all of that is taking care of and that we have enough the safety data to be able to constantly move forward with this but I I think that we're going to get a successful vaccine but the timeline maybe not not quite but in the next year but maybe maybe up to two years but I think that there's no biological reason we don't have a vaccine is safe and effective and this may be out of your wheel house but in light of the crisis R. is everybody going to be able to get a vaccine or is this going to be a money thing no I believe this is going to be a vaccine that is free or covered by insurance if not one of those other it's going to be at no cost direct cost you that to the patient I think this is going to be something that's more of a government project that will be funded by taxpayers Dr Daljit thank you for.

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"dr amash" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:26 min | 7 months ago

"dr amash" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Rides both northbound and southbound your next update at eleven thirty eight on the traffic leader Casey B. as our weather remains unsettled today we have a lingering chance of a shower maybe even a thunderstorm rolling through the bay area as we stay on the cool side in the sixties tomorrow should be sunnier and warmer as we hit the low seventies traffic and weather together on the eights on all news one of six nine and A. M. seven forty K. C. B. S. money market interest at the bank you have to raise your money for what feels like an ice age with the money market savings account from star one credit union you get high money market interest and she's totally quit going to star one dot org get answers now to protecting your family legal peoples can help you plan ahead by creating your state plan today call now for a free phone consultation four one five five four nine zero seven seven four that's four one five five four nine zero seven seven four let them create a plan that will put in protections to help your loved ones whether it's a state planning probate litigation or real estate services you can do it without leaving your home Kollegal people's right now call now for a free phone consultation four one five five four nine zero seven seven four four one five five four nine zero seven seven four download your free window replacement guide from Marvin at replacement made easy dot com news that matters to you around the bay around the world around the clock all news one oh six nine and A. M. seven forty KCBS six Monday may eighteenth twenty twenty and coming up on KCBS we're going to take a closer look at the promising early results from human trials of a potential covert nineteen vaccine those results mean times and Wall Street soaring this morning and raising questions about a type of protest that some say invades public officials personal space good morning I'm Susan Lee Taylor in for Rebecca chorale it's eleven thirty one well if you've been listening this morning you may be knowing that already that biotech company moderna therapeutics announced that its experimental vaccine for covert nineteen is showing promise in early trials modernist says the first eight participants in phase one of its covered nineteen vaccine trial developed antibodies after just one dose a second round of clinical trials is set to start soon for more we're joined live on the KCBS ring central news line by Dr Amash adult Jeff senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins center for health security.

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"dr amash" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

08:43 min | 8 months ago

"dr amash" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Off yeah everywhere whether it's a craft Hey there Pennsylvania or across the country folks are getting restless many people feel like it is time to get out of the house it's time to get back to normal whatever normal looks like so the question becomes are we ready is social distancing something that will be a part of our new normal and if it is what's it look like and are we ready for it Dr Amash and dollars yeah is a specialist in disease a critical care specialist as well as in infectious disease control welcome to the conversation Dr thanks for having me so is it time for us to have the conversation about getting back to some semblance of normal I do think it is important as we enter the next phase of this pandemic that we start to think about how we re open parts of the economy what things are going to be safe but things are still going to be unsafe and and how we will adjust to those types of it effective changes that are going to be occurring all across the country at all cost eight so one of the things that I keep hearing is that this is a conversation that we should be having as long as we take into consideration or factor and the CDC guidelines for social distancing so I went to their website today kind of refresh myself but I feel like they're kind of I don't wanna say generic but they're kind of vague I mean it's like six feet you know stay six feet apart no groups no crowded places mass gatherings I don't feel like that gives businesses or or even individuals a lot of real specifics about that's correct I mean there's not really going to be black or white answers to many of this is going to be a lot of great and we're going to have to adapt certain guiding principles to try and modify our activities to decrease the risk of transmission and this is going to be different in different locations in different cities different faith even maybe even different counties as well as with different types of businesses and some are going to be easily adapted to this summer going to be harder and it will be an important task to try and think about what we can get away with in terms of keeping it keeping the virus at bay so that we don't we're gonna get increase in cases the sooner you start to have more people interacting but the key principle needs to be well the number of cases that we have to be at such a low level that we will never really threatened hospital capacity and that's it that's the whole issue so there will be things like mass gatherings that are going to be very difficult to have but other types of businesses may be able to be open maybe they'll be less people in the maybe they will be more social different thing going on in the businesses maybe they'll be more hand washing stations make people be wearing masks all of that type of thing may happen it's all going to be different and it's all going to work out kind of real time as we get through this so will also be a time when especially coming out of this phase that we've been in that some businesses are going to reevaluate maybe we don't need as many people in the office maybe we don't need to have as many people who use public transportation to get here maybe we need to stagger Dane stagger hours I mean as we prepare for this next phase is this the time that our businesses need to really sit down and look at how they've done business up until now and evaluate whether or not that's how to do business going forward definitely there is going to be a lot more telecommuting I think that many businesses realize that they can be pretty efficient using telecommuting in not having their their personnel fly all over the country for business being so they can do more in the more virtual meetings more telecommuting it's going to be definitely recommendations for those who are at high risk of complications the elderly those other medical conditions to continue the social distance at a higher degree than maybe other members of the population so there will be modifications changes and people are getting used to doing things electronically now having virtual meetings and some of that will stay so there is going to be a new normal that we're going to face as we get back to life and do we see our office is on the future I mean do we envision an office where we walk in and there is a person who greets you ever section is or whomever with the masking everywhere you go and that particular business I mean are we going to be seeing cloth masks throughout the workplace are you you know I'm not coming into that that's completely convinced that mapped out the way forward or or really that effective here because there is some controversy on the data in my field but I do think that you're going to see recommendations for that and it's going to be more common to see people having pop math when they're out meeting in jobs that are facing the public and when we talk about some of these adjustments like I know one of the local grocery store chains here giant eagle to be specific has now made you know the aisles one direction so sure they avoid people crossing has any direction are those the kind of adjustments were we're going to be seeing as well and I'm using a grocery store as an example but that's one of the ways that they have made the adaption yeah I do think you're going to see people trying to decrease the traffic that they have within stores and with it any kind of enclosed spaces and and that kind of burying it's gonna depend upon what type of storage what kind of interaction people have with each other but that's going to be something that we're going to see happen the variability across across the state I think there may be guidance about how to do that but each shopper's gonna be implementing it around on different way and and I think that we're gonna have to get you get used to that and it's going to be like this until we have a vaccine because the virus hasn't gone anywhere it's still going to be there when we when we end the social distancing the strict social distancing that's been implemented as you said at the end of the day then that's the last question I want to ask you I mean we're kind of looking at we could be seeing some of this loosening up within the next two weeks and the virus hasn't gone away so what should people be thinking and feeling because I think they're two two schools of thought on this wine there are one side of it the thought is that people are anxious to get back to some semblance of normal and then there's the other side where people are very very nervous you have to realize that this is a virus that efficiently spread between humans and it's not going to go anywhere until we have a back seat it's going to be there the key thing is is that all the social distancing what it is for it to try and preserve hospital capacity it's not that we're preventing cases from occurring it's we're having them spread out over a longer period of time so that we don't overwhelm our hospitals so now it's going to be left the people to be smart about this virus and understand what their risk might be and take those protective actions that they need to take and it's not it's going to be something that we're going to be part of our everyday life we're going to be living with the virus for the foreseeable future and it's just that now we've given hospitals group debriefing get that'll get billed capacity increase diagnostic testing for fire health department so that they can do contact tracing and now the site now now it's going to be up to us how the the future trajectory of this virus goes and you mention we value given the ability to increase testing how big of a factor is testing going to be in all of our lives going forward either going to be available are we going to have to have it to move around I do think I think it's gonna be a cornerstone to how we move forward because we want to be able to identify the cases that isolate them and trace their contact that's how we that's how we manage this into an acceptable manner because if you have undetected change the transmission that end up spilling into the hospital and causing major outbreaks that's going to put us back to where we started so what we want to make sure that we have enough testing and it's being able to be done efficiently and quickly with rapid turnaround time so that we can do that so I I do think that people are going to get used to having testing available I don't know that everybody's going to be tough everywhere they go but it's going to be much more easy to test people that it is now where it's still very cumbersome to get attached to get the test results back fast all right thanks as always thanks so much for joining us get information previous have a great day we are had twelve twenty five I want to talk to you a little bit about all of that right now twelve forty five traffic.

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"dr amash" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:04 min | 9 months ago

"dr amash" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The hospital every day for a month of treatment seems a little dangerous right now how should medical patients with ongoing treatment you're prepared to handle the next wave of cases and in going to the hospital save I was a compromised compromised immune system Dr so this is a very tricky good question and it's one of the problems when you have an infectious disease pandemic that there are these cascading impacts on other health conditions and we know that for someone with cancer chemotherapy is life saving and we don't want to interrupt chemotherapy at the at all as possible so what what I would do is each hospital kind of has a protocol for how those individuals to get to the hospital safely get their chemotherapy safely so I would not delay chemotherapy over this infection I would talk to the hospital about the best ways to come in and that maybe you keep it keep those individual segregated from other individuals and our protocols in place because I this is what we don't want to happen we don't want other health conditions to suffer because of this pandemic and I'm afraid that that's going to happen to some extent but hopefully we can minimize it and we've talked some today about what it's going to take to get back to normal but this listener asks what are the metrics to watch for let's listen hi I am Chris Haley in Williamsburg Virginia what kind of metrics will government and medical professionals use to determine when it's safe to open businesses and schools are we looking for a certain level of new cases of particular death rate or something else and I do for you answer Joseph in Wisconsin wrote us a question which is similar along along those lines and Joseph asks how does this end unless a vaccination is developed R. as are we all eventually going to get code nineteen so what what he said to Chris and Joseph I do think that there's going to be a large swath of the population that is infected because there is no population immunity and remember the H. one N. one virus infected twenty percent of the world's population within a year and there was some immunity in the population so we can expect the majority of individuals to get this without a vaccine the question is what are the metrics that you use to to start to bring the world back to life and that's an open question and it may have to do with what's going on locally with the virus how many cases do you have how much is the population been exposed to this virus and can you open certain businesses with modifications that will allow social distancing how are your hospitals doing what is the hospital capacity what has it been you capacity added all of those are important metrics that are going to play a role in how well we can move back from some of this extreme social distancing but this is a really open hard question to answer and there are no hard and fast rules here and it's something that's going to really require a dialogue with the community when we do this and it has a question the kind of loops back to where we started Dr Grayson Florida wrote us and asked why didn't sars rumors spread the way covert nineteen has sars and mers are both corona viruses just like this novel coronavirus but the thing was about sars and monomers is that they were something they were viruses it didn't have the ability to spread efficiently between your sars and mers both came from animals and it went into humans but didn't really find it very hospitable and their ability to spread between humans was really limited we are still having worst cases for example now in the Arabian peninsula but they don't really go anywhere because it's just basically going from camels to humans and then stopping and that's something that this could this coronavirus hasn't had as an obstacle it's been able to spread efficiently between human and that's why it's taken off and become a pandemic and sars and mers never did and never quit well thank you so much for your expertise that's Dr Amash adult jump he's an infectious disease specialist from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg school of public health and the center for health security doctor thanks so much for joining us today and especially for making it so that the lay people among us can understand it sure any tactics and if you have questions about covert nineteen we want to help go to NPR dot org slash national conversation or ask us on social media using the hashtag.

"dr amash" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:07 min | 9 months ago

"dr amash" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Nineteen tests available for millions of Californians this would be a way of passing the bill back to the states and the test results expected back today on the patients showing symptoms of corona virus on the cruise ship that is off the coast of San Francisco it's three thirty one CBS news update the number of coronavirus infections in the U. S. climbs to at least two hundred thirty with Nevada and Colorado new additions to the list of twenty one affected states twelve people have died including a man who'd been on a cruise ship now docked off the coast of San Francisco CBS is Jamie you Catherine thousand passengers and crew members are Idoling some seventy miles from San Francisco they are testing folks who were symptomatic first those tests will be analyzed at this high security California state route passengers will not be allowed to disembark until results are released worries grow over loved ones at a hot bed of infection in the northwest CBS is Natalie rock up in Kirkland Washington at least eight residents at a nursing home have died I'm calling it a Petri dish family members are demanding accountability or continue to hold that our loved ones are safe in this establishment Mike pence comes there with my father in law pence called Washington the front line of the outbreak and pledged the administration's full support CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez a CBS news time three thirty to a common question being asked in light of the outbreak how can we keep ourselves safe from germs Dr Amash a jala is the senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins center for health security he spoke earlier today with KCBS anchors Patty rising in Jaffa we'll ask you to talk a little bit more about this notion of community spread how much of this is airborne how much of this is services so what what should we no the primary way that this virus is spreading from person to person is to respiratory droplets so those are the kind of largest droplets that emanate from your body when you cough or sneeze in the travel about six feet before being brought to the ground by the force of gravity there may be a small component of airborne transmission that might occur especially hospital settings where people might be having medical procedures done or getting medicines administered by aerosols but we don't think that airborne is probably the major form of transmission you can technically get it from touching common surfaces again that's probably not as common as getting it through be exposed to Cox's leaders but it is important to wash your hands a lot especially when you touch cut common touch services because that there is a risk of contracting contracting it not matter as well here in the bay area does this afternoon Santa Clara county which is reporting more more cases held a news conference at the risk is increasing and and they made the stop of telling people particularly those that rest to avoid large massing gal gatherings places where people are very close together do you think that's justified I mean are we at that point I do think if you're an elderly person or somebody who has met a medical problem such as media suppression or maybe you have lung disease or heart disease are getting chemotherapy that you should try and limit your exposure to other individuals this is something missing part that goes by that we give people during flu season that's nothing neo it's just that we want to be make sure that our most vulnerable populations are informed and protected as best as they can be in before we let you go talk a little bit about where you are as an expert in this area on testing and and what you would like to see done I would really like to see test put in the hands of doctors and being able to get testing done at urgent care clinics but I know we're still quite a ways away from that right now we've expanded testing greatly in this country I'm just being the CDC to many state health department and we're starting to get commercial apps online Q. and hospital university labs are making their own tests were increasing testing rapidly but quite not quite where we need to be we need to go to test out the point of care and get a rapid results of patients so that we can quickly understand how much this is spreading in our communities understand the severity and really be able to inform the public in our decision makers appropriately as Dr Amash adult a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins center for health security more than twenty million Californians are now eligible for free because the nineteen tests KCBS reporter Bob Butler says governor Newsom is ordered cost sharing eliminated if it's determined that test is medically necessary this means no copays or other out of pocket expenses if I go to say Kaiser and and have a laboratory just after eight and a fifty dollar copay and so that's getting white Dr George Rutherford is an epidemiologist at UCSF he says you can't just run down to your doctor for a test you have to be referred by a medical professional that's a good thing because we need more test kits we will eventually have a capacity that says that many people watch right now we certainly don't have billions they probably have thousands and those users are being used for those who are really sick in San Francisco by Butler KCBS if you get caught jacking up the price of hand sanitizer facemasks during this coronavirus state of emergency in California you could be a big fine or find yourself quarantine in jail here's KCBS is Dan Mitchinson and we've seen it online already mark ups of up to five hundred percent for basic items.

"dr amash" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:07 min | 9 months ago

"dr amash" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"The home and garden show to get inside the convention center if you got a little cabin fever and get out of doing what you're doing which is what we're trying to do get out of doing work until it is I mean especially for the weekend right Luciano's law firm studio doing good doing right this is Katie K. A. radio twenty one mostly cloudy six thirty I'm Paul Rasmussen global stock markets have fallen further on virus fears after Wall Street had the biggest one day drop in nine years Germany's dax skidded more than five percent Tokyo and Shanghai closed three point seven percent lower Jackson Wong of amber hill capital says the selling is fueled by fears this spreading virus will slow the global economy investors are taking this as an excuse to take profits and that put a lot of pressure on the global markets in terms of U. S. stock futures this morning of the situations actually improving some the Dow is now down just two hundred nine points in premarket trading it was as high as over five hundred awhile ago the S. and P. down twenty three the nasdaq still seventy one universities in the Pittsburgh area are taking preventive steps to slow the spread of the virus Robert Morris's canceled its study abroad programs Carnegie Mellon issued a travel advisory for students planning trips for spring break Pittsburgh public safety is updating the city's pandemic operational plan first responders have been trained to identify possible coronavirus cases but Dr Amash a Dahlia with UPMC says it's not time to panic right now the United States is more likely that you get the you get influenza than the corona virus right now the number of cases at least are confirmed is is lower still the middle of flu season doctors say people here don't need to wear a mask or respirator polls indicate democratic voters in South Carolina will give Joe Biden win in tomorrow's primary but in CBS's Jim crystal reports there are many undecided voters since she is still undecided about what democratic presidential hopeful is support in Saturday's South Carolina primary Vivian brown is eyeing their positions and proposals on one issue to me.

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Drugmaker readies possible coronavirus vaccine for testing

KCBS Radio Midday News

01:13 min | 10 months ago

Drugmaker readies possible coronavirus vaccine for testing

"One of the first possible coronavirus vaccines could be tested on humans this as efforts to quarantine people infected with the virus are coming under fire by medical experts KCBS is map Bigler has the latest the drugmaker Madera says it has shipped a potential vaccine for covert nineteen and the Massachusetts company says the government could begin early stage human testing in the U. S. so far over eighty thousand people have been infected by the highly contagious disease and Dr Amash adults jumped at the Johns Hopkins center for health security says the extensive efforts to quarantine people may have been a mistake it is absolutely not the right approach we know that this is a community spreading virus and these containment efforts are ultimately going to prove few tile the what we saw on the princess cruise ship was basically a shooting gallery for this virus to pick up passengers one by one and we increase case counts and actually have some depth because of it he tells KCBS health officials should be working to better prepare communities for the virus's spread getting hospitals ready and increasing vaccine development yesterday the number of infected Americans jumped from thirty four to fifty three nearly all involved former passengers bound the diamond princess cruise ship Matt Bigler

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"dr amash" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:24 min | 10 months ago

"dr amash" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Palace thank the jury for their work and thank the friends and family members of the victims for the dignity they've shown in the face of unspeakable loss and hearty he said investigations and prosecutions can be difficult when witnesses are limited of it's very management arrested for sending lewd text messages to his fourteen year old stepdaughter the girl showed police the messages sent by Sean little in one he offered to pay for a birthday party in exchange for sexual favors little is charged with unlawful contact with a minor and other crimes the house of representatives is taking steps to protect future whistleblowers as we hear from CBS's bill Rakoff house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the new house office of whistle blower ombudsman will work to create best practices for the intake a whistle blower information and a train house staffers on how to safely deal with whistle blowers without having to compromise their confidentiality Jenna divine is been named the first person to lead what is being described as an independent and nonpartisan office on Capitol Hill bill ray Cobb C. B. S. news Washington China says seventeen hundred of its medical workers have cove at nineteen the disease caused by the new was corona virus and six of those workers have died KCBS reporter Holly Quan Dr Amash adulta is with the Johns Hopkins center for health security he says all this quarantining is adding fuel to the fire I don't think you can separate the political from the medical and what you're seeing has been really draconian authoritarian moves to contain a virus it's not really an evil to being container because it's been spreading in the community her several weeks before it was even noticed and what you what you see now is just the kind of clean down at meetings worse maybe operates on kind of a a zombie land have created shortages created my maps public panicked amid concerns about the corona virus a second wave of flu is hitting the U. S. turning this into one of the nastiest seasons for children in a decade health officials say today ninety two flu related deaths have already been reported in children experts say it is potentially a bad time for an extended flu season because if the coronavirus start spreading in the US there could be confusion about whether people are getting sick with it or the flu on Wall Street today have for intelligence as the Dow closed down twenty five points at twenty nine thousand three ninety eight the nasdaq was up nineteen the S. and P. up six in sports penguins getting ready to host the Canadians tonight as a seven o'clock start it is six thirty three triple a traffic.

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"dr amash" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 10 months ago

"dr amash" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of Alaska and Democrat Tina Smith of Minnesota earlier today the White House president trump in a speech touching on the corona virus thing he's hopeful that warmer weather eventually will stop it in its tracks is a theory that in April when it gets warm historically that has been able to kill the virus that we don't know yet we're not sure yet but that's around the corner so there will be a great thing in China and other places Mr trump saying he spoke with president xi and the Chinese are working very hard on this meantime Chinese officials say seventeen hundred of their medical workers have been infected with the corona virus and six of those workers have died Dr Amash adulta is with the Johns Hopkins center for health security he says all this quarantining is adding fuel to the fire in China I don't think you can separate the political from the medical and what you're seeing has been really draconian authoritarian moves to contain the virus that's not really immutable to being container because it's been spreading in the community several weeks before it was even noticed and what you what you see now is just the kind of clean down at meetings or it's made the out break down kind of a a zombie land created shortages created my map public panic and that report from KCBS is Holly Quan and the last direct flight from San Francisco to mainland China for the time being leaves tonight that flight set to take off at ten forty PM local time and this will be the last direct connection from San Francisco to China for at least six weeks now travelers can get to Beijing if they have to but you have to lay over in LA acts most air carriers have been canceling flights to China because of the corona virus meantime another airline's putting off plans for the return of the Boeing seven thirty seven Max here's ABC's Alex stone United announcing its now canceling all Boeing seven thirty seven MAX.

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"dr amash" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:29 min | 10 months ago

"dr amash" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"DA Stevens of how I think the jury for their work and thank the friends and families of the victims family members of the victims for the dignity they have shown in the face of unspeakable loss and heartache he said that investigations and prosecutions can be difficult when witnesses are limited of farming accident reported in Beaver County KDKA TV reporting a medical helicopter was called one hundred Esther road in hooks town no other details have been released it's very man has been arrested for sending lewd text messages to his fourteen year old stepdaughter the girl showed police the messages sent by Sean little in one he offered to pay for a birthday party in exchange for sexual favors little is charged with unlawful contact with a minor and other crimes house of representatives is taking steps to protect future whistleblowers as we hear from CBS's bill Rakoff house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the new house office of whistle blower ombudsman will work to create best practices for the intake a whistle blower information and a train house staffers on how to safely deal with whistle blowers without having to compromise their confidentiality Jenna divine is been named the first person to lead what is being described as an independent and nonpartisan office on Capitol Hill bill ray Cobb C. B. US news Washington China says seventeen hundred and it's a medical workers have cove in nineteen the disease caused by the newest coronavirus and six of those workers have died here's KCBS reporter Holly Quan Dr Amash adulta is with the Johns Hopkins center for health security he says all this quarantining is adding fuel to the fire I don't think you can separate the political from the medical and what you're seeing has been really draconian authoritarian moves to contain a virus it's not really an evil to being container because it's been spreading in the community her several weeks before it was even noticed and what you what you see now is just the kind of clean down at meetings worse may be operated on kind of a a zombie land has created shortages created my maps public panic amid concerns about the corona virus a second wave of flu is hitting the U. S. turning this into one of the nastiest season four children in a decade health officials say today ninety two flu related deaths have been reported in children experts say it is potentially a bad time for an extended flu season because if the corona virus start spreading in the US there could be confusion about whether people are getting sick with it or the flu on Wall Street today here for intelligence as the Dow closed down twenty five points at twenty nine thousand three ninety eight an Aztec was up nineteen the S. and P. up six.

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"dr amash" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:52 min | 10 months ago

"dr amash" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Telling reporters the case was a house of cards from the start live at the Allegheny county courthouse Jones whose radios and twenty KDKA things Joe and you will hear more from Joe when he joins Lind Hayes free land right after the news heroin cash in a stolen gun recovered in Hays what drug bust early this morning post because that reporting Allegheny county police found more than ten thousand dollars of cash that no here one and marijuana in a home on Monongahela street Derek Phillips was arrested during or the ad is facing several drug charges for the first time China is disclosing that seventeen hundred of its medical workers have cope with nineteen the disease caused by the newest corona virus and that six of those workers have died the story from KCBS reporter Holly Quan Dr Amash adulta is with the Johns Hopkins center for health security he says all this quarantining is adding fuel to the fire I don't think you can separate the political from the medical and what you're seeing has been really draconian authoritarian moves to contain a virus it's not really a minimal to being container because it's been spreading in the community several weeks before it was even noticed and what you what you see now is just this kind of clean down at meetings worse maybe operates on kind of a a zombie land have created shortages created my mass public panic amid concerns about the corona virus a second wave of flu is hitting the U. S. turning this into one of the nastiest seasons for children in a decade health officials say today ninety two flu related deaths have already been reported in children experts say it is potentially a bad time for an extended flu season because if the corona virus start spreading in the U. S. there could be confusion about whether people are getting sick with it or the flu on Wall Street for intelligence says the Dow is down seventy eight points right now at twenty nine thousand three forty four the nasdaq down two points and the S. and P. also down two points.

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"dr amash" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:21 min | 10 months ago

"dr amash" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"In here is Steve counts so there's now a fifteenth confirmed case of corona virus infection in the U. S. in an evacuee from China brought to an airforce base in Texas last week hundreds of Americans remain in quarantine either in California Texas or Nebraska at military installations as it's possible they contracted coronavirus while still in China but the quarantine period is half over if we decide that the quarantine period needed to be extended we would of course provide an update on that February twentieth is the date that we are tracking for release the CDC's Dr Jennifer my question is monitoring quarantine to persons kept it San Antonio's Lackland Air Force base only a handful of domestic cases are identified yeah been brown fox news so far no confirmed cases of the virus in the Carolinas how concerned should Americans be when it comes to coronavirus some things you may not know about the corona virus first it's not a death sentence Dr Amash a dull job with Johns Hopkins University tells fox news the corona virus is serious for certain high risk patients usually older people those other medical conditions right now the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the US is low but doctor Daljit predicts that will change and he says hospitals need to be ready we often run your capacity and even a bad flu season can put a hospital into dire straits so this is something that we really need to think about now Lisa Brady fox news is brought to like you see kinetics offering nonsurgical solutions for tissue tears and arthritis in the shoulders hips and lower back accuse economics dot com talk about a ten ninety nine three W. B. T. with traffic from the WBTW center here's camcorder well we do finally have some good news on your roadway at castle road in your east of fourth street is all clear also Providence Rhode inbound is now open again at chi Kendall wrote a traffic in that area should be flowing and a speeder shortly we are still seeing some minor slowdowns however will sing bird road in front of independence high school to keep in mind again the are only allowing students and faculty through their are the rest of you are going to have to find alternate to willow Grove Minn hill road also true light church road or lawyers road could be some of those to get you around that and we're sharing amity right front of Krispy Kreme still sing delays there for a minute earlier fender Bender as well on him Warner WBTW WB teen is time eight thirty one here sports with gyms okay ten B. A. all star weekend in Chicago tonight the rising stars game to Mante Graham miles bridges PJ.

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"dr amash" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:21 min | 10 months ago

"dr amash" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Vermont senator Bernie Sanders if Sanders becomes the candidate but he worries about Democrats becoming more like the UK Labour Party any also had Elizabeth Warren for following Sanders quote left tail on issues like Medicare for all wheel deaths from the new corona virus have risen to at least four hundred ninety in mainland China that's where new cases on a Japanese cruise ship in Hong Kong and elsewhere show the increasing spread of the outbreak in renewed attention toward containing it ten people from that cruise ship testing positive they were taken to hospitals while all thirty seven hundred crew and passengers on the ship will be quarantine for up to fourteen days meanwhile while you were sleeping two flights heading back to the U. S. our kids will be quarantine for fourteen days as well Dr Amash dollars a is a senior scholar at Johns Hopkins center for health security he told CNBC while there are less cases here in the U. S. compared to elsewhere officials have to assume the worst when it comes to this new corona virus the U. S. as rapidly trying to prepare its healthcare facilities in order to receive what's probably going to be a surge of patients as this virus spreads in the United States we have to really soon now that containment is going to fail based on how many cases are seeing in this wide spectrum of illnesses many mild cases they may not even being being diagnosed but you are still contagious so we are doing that the diagnostic testing at this mentioned earlier is very important to get that ramped up understanding what we're going to do with these patients when they get to the hospital in terms of do what we have enough that capacity do we have enough personal protective equipment I think all of those are important task that we're we're doing and I do think this will be a mild pandemic I don't think that people are going to see high case fatality rates but it is going to be burdensome on the US healthcare system if you're going to assume that the contaminant for its are going to fail as it were still doing them at this point that's open question in our field and there's a lot of debate on both sides of this I think once we've seen that weight if this is transmitting in China that we seem person to person spread in other countries it is in over twenty different countries and it's a respiratory virus that has mild symptoms that are yet that are still contagious that really argues against containment this is more like an H. one N. one story where it's going to become a part of our seasonal respiratory virus family that causes disease and I think it's really important we get a handle on what the severity is in no with what the the risk factors who has the risk factors for severe disease so we can actually protect those individuals because many people are going to get mild illness and it's and it's going to be more like a a flu like illness for for many people but for some it may be very severe I'm and then in the ICU and Hong Kong hospital workers are striking demanding the border with mainland China be shut completely to ward off the virus but for new cases without knowing travel to the mainland indicate the illness is spreading locally in the territory the very latest at this morning out of Hong Kong Hong Kong sack leader Carrie lam said those affected will be quarantine for up to fourteen days of the consensus a across the globe is that quarantine should last at least fourteen days she also said to cruise terminals including one where a cruise ship is currently under quarantine will be shut down so Hong Kong continuing to close ports and entry ports sat with mainland China two Libyan militia commanders and Assyrian war monitor group say Turkey's deploying Syrian extremists to fight in Libya's civil war they're affiliated with groups like al Qaeda and ISIS they're fighting as mercenaries on behalf of the U. N. supported government in Libya the Libyan militia commanders as a Turkey airlifted more than four thousand foreign fighters to Tripoli and that dozens are extremist affiliated both sides in Libya civil war receive equipment and support from foreign countries now Libya has the ninth largest known oil reserves in the world and many of the countries are apparently jockeying for influence in order to control Libya's resources back stateside a woman who says Harvey Weinstein raped her was back on the witness stand Tuesday after a day after she became a so upset while being questioned that the judge suspended the cross examination on a Tuesday though she stared at jurors and told him she wanted them to know that winds team was quote my rapist this is expected to be back on the stand that today as wind speeds attorneys continue the review of E. mails and other evidence they say paint the thirty four year old.

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"dr amash" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:51 min | 10 months ago

"dr amash" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"TV talk show been weeks a few days before the live event in said that swift would only have ten and performed if she was to win the Grammy but Swiss team was told the winners are not known to those plans in the show and they would not bend the rules for her a spokesperson for Taylor says that these sources are absolutely a hundred percent falls and laughable he just didn't go to the Grammys you guys need to calm down on I heart radio this I hop podcast channel exclusively on I heart radio or podcasts after this NBC news update NBC news radio I'm built for furrow a public health emergency is in effect here in the U. S. as in case of potentially deadly coronavirus has been confirmed in Massachusetts John Hopkins university infectious disease expert Dr Amash I'll doll shop says that the corona viruses impact on the US will be very different than a span of the epicenter in China a severity is not going to be what we were seeing in China it's going to fall substantially as we understand there are more a symptomatic cases cases with very mild symptoms and is really only a small number that are going to get severe disease a require hospitalization or icy you care even died health officials identified the aids patient has a Boston man in his twenties who recently returned from Wuhan China he remains in isolation and any of us close contacts are being monitored for symptoms travel restrictions to the US are in effect for some foreign nationals and screening is being pushed to the major airports including Boston Logan International the twenty twenty democratic presidential candidates are staging a weekend campaign blitz in Iowa just ahead of that state's caucuses in cedar rapids former vice president Joe Biden talked about what kind of president the country needs our policy becomes so means so petty so vicious we need a president who can bring us together leaders unite the party or not our country the Iowa caucuses set for Monday former New York City mayor and a democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg released a tax plan yesterday that would raise five trillion dollars over a decade by raising taxes on the rich the plan proposes adding five percent surtax on incomes above five million per year and increasing the corporate tax from twenty one percent to twenty eight percent which is still seven percent less than it was prior to the trump administration's tax reforms in twenty seventeen and no damages or injuries are reported following an earthquake in the mammoth lakes California area you're listening to the latest from NBC news radio thousands of mourners turned out in Wilmington North Carolina to honor a hometown hero that we killed in Syria the defense department says twenty two year old army specialist Antonio Moore was killed during a rollover accident.

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"dr amash" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:01 min | 11 months ago

"dr amash" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

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"dr amash" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

10:17 min | 11 months ago

"dr amash" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back America thank you so much for listening to the program this morning joined by Dr Amash doll Joe he is infectious disease doctor at the Johns Hopkins center for health security doctor Dodger welcome good morning thank you for joining us thanks for having me what is the most important thing for my audience to know about the Wuhan coronavirus the most important thing to know is that there are a lot of unanswered questions and the experience in China is probably a harrowing thing for the people that are living there but it's unclear what where we can put this new virus in terms of restraint of occasion because we don't quite understand the severity we don't quite understand how many mild cases there are two severe cases and we have to remember that coronaviruses do cause mild illness and a lot of people and some of the panic that's going on in the United States for example is really unwarranted because the cases we have here well contained and it's actually been no severe cases or death really outside of China no sustain transmission outside of China so there is a very different disparity between that deliver the disparity between what's going on in China and what's going on around the world senator talent who was on last hour and served on the commission on bio hazard in pandemic threats for many years with senator Bob Graham Democrat of Florida said the are not factor on corona virus the will hunt corona virus is not known at this point that it's above if it is about to he will be concerned do you have a guesstimate on that yet doctor I don't have a a really strong get them done it because when you're in the early days of an outbreak in you don't helpful information you can really get fooled by the data and come up with are not or reproductive numbers for the virus how many other people that in fact that are that are way off from the actual we clearly know that in parts of China it's about one because people there's change the transmission that are going on in there for some people it would be they are not would be zero because the patients or not they had no translation so there are not a zero so you would come up with a big number one are not for the whole world it's really dangerous to do that because it's not necessarily that that there's just this magical number that governs everyone's transmission so you think it's somewhere probably in the range of between one and two range but it's hard to know exactly where it's because there has not been a a strong effort to find the mild cases in China in the mild cases maybe what's driving the transmission so you can kind of get widely it's kind of a technical thing that you can get kind of get a wide a wide range of are not none of which are really true I have the Hopkins I'm sure some of your people are advising the president and the secretary HR but if your phone rang gonna Donald Trump any ask you dot yeah dot com caught wants me to stop every plane from China from landing should die how do you answer I would say no we don't need to stop planes from landing they're probably very little traffic going on now between China and the United States based on the fact that that there's less demand for that in our travel restrictions out of China but we don't want to further compound the problems of this outbreak because the travel restrictions when you have travel restrictions during out even though it might make a lot of time the general public but that's what you do end up making things worse because people try to escape the travel restriction you actually end up making the situation on the ground at this at the center of the outbreak worse because you not only don't people leave you actually can't get resources in you create shortages you actually increase the force of transmission in that area and it's really unnecessary we have robot screening procedures that are being implemented now in twenty airports we've done well with the first five cases we have a really extensive the CDC system for tracking patient that may be people that may have been exposed to the virus so no I would not ban any kind of travel at this point I just did I do think we need to be vigilant about people who might have been exposed but we don't want to make things worse in China and and then allow the topic the kind of spiral out of control there and then put the world at greater risk for using travel band which which never work Dr dogs I'm I am a bit skeptical about the reporting and monitoring of patients a B. C. D. E. and F. in the United States for the simple reason that there has been no public disclosure which flights they entered in the United States on nor whether or not they went in to any public place and I know in Germany they've had domestic transmission person to person from people who have not been to China do you criticize the CDC for sitting on this information or do you think it's appropriate I don't criticize them for a sitting on this information I think what you have to remember is that what we know about coronaviruses that you're symptomatic when you're symptomatic is when you're the most contagious so if you are not contagious if you're not symptomatic when you're on an airplane it's not necessarily putting other people at risk I know people get panic they get worried you really have to look at the science behind the virus and when it transmits and we know that the fourth of transmission is when people are symptomatic when they're coughing and sneezing and the CDC has been scrutinizing patients symptoms knowing when they're symptomatic when they're not and that helps with the limit who that Ripken it is different than what happened for example with the Canadian patients in Toronto who both received them out on a plane when they have to wear the Canadian public authorities have disclose that information about the plane and have a look at the passengers when you don't have a symptomatic person you really don't you don't really place other people at major risk of contracting this remember this isn't an airborne virus the way he told it like that as well so you have to really be cop dont need not have some type of respiratory secretions landing on you from the other patient so it's really important to keep that in mind and that that may be part of the reason why we're not talking about which like take me in on it that they were cat which which airport they were they were found then they went through or what their city location at night and I'm pretty confident that the best way to go about this right now because we really want to not have people over react and and and have a panic that's not warranted in and take take the graphic I forgot to get people cutting shortages of surgical mask which they don't really need to have in the United States I agree with that but doctor doll just as someone who traveled throughout my axe I would like to know if people had arrived patient a or B. through LA acts at the same time I was even though they are asymptomatic because I have read in the South China morning post that Chinese doctors believe a symptomatic patients can be contagious for up to five days I don't know if you confirm that the United States yet but if that is true if that's true wouldn't at least argue for over disclosure not of names are hospitals where they're being treated but of travel path if there was a symptomatic transmission then I do think you you have you have a different a little bit of a different dynamic going on and we do disclose all of that for measles where you have or for for certain diseases where you were you may have very casual contact with people but still even if I think it is but it act that complicated and I and I don't think that we got have confirmed that the one report we've never seen it before with any of the other six corona viruses we haven't seen any evidence to support it there's one report and it's really important that whether someone might have had mild symptoms that they get note question for the doctor for the public what is the best book that is accessible to the public that they ought to read on epidemics and control prevention there was a book that came out in nineteen ninety four called the coming plague by Laurie Garrett I think that's probably the most comprehensive book that takes you through a lot of different outbreaks an epidemic that that that hasn't let the festival it's it's pretty thick so there's another one I recommend called the deadliest enemy by Mike Oscar home with the fate of the neurologist in in Minnesota that one is that one take you through his life at the state epidemiologist really gives you a lot of insight into many different African happen a lot twenty five years with you with apart but it works a comprehensive one from eight is the probably the coming plague but the deadliest enemy it's a great book that I would recommend as well I've been listening to the great influenza and find it very very educational as to how public help develop sore like the ghost map but I will go with your two recommendations the coming plague and it was the second one is the deadliest enemy after home now now doctor get let's go turn the positive side assuming that we've got a a new coronavirus here how long does it take to get a diagnostic test how long does it take to and and get it distributed and how long does it take to develop a viral remedy and then a vaccine so the diagnostic tests currently available is being done at the CDC the CDC is rapidly trying to get that out to state health department laboratory so that it's more distributed to get a commercial diagnostic tests that may take quite sometime because because of the ability to actually develop on that can be done and and non sophisticated laps the one and and you can get the technology right and get it through FDA regulations so I think that we won't see a rapid path that's available like in a doctor's office or emergency department for for sometime if you want two months but we will be having regular testing done a state health department maybe some local health departments as well when it comes to a vaccine you have to remember that vaccine development is measured in years not on it you don't really get a vaccine before the credits roll in a in a movie like youth behind contagion we are really moving very rapidly there are new technology that have accelerated that process and the best estimates are that probably in a few months we might see phase one trials but that's not the same thing as having a commercially available vaccine so I don't think that we should count on a vaccine being available for but the fact for this virus on out way wide scale for at least a year or maybe more because this is something that is not done overnight regarding antiviral that's a different story we do have a couple of anti viral that are promising the the the medication that makes me feel to stop the virus from copying it yeah making copies of itself in in your body and maybe decrease the symptoms and there are there is one one promising Avenue of research is some HIV medications that people look that way back and start in two thousand three and those are being now used in fashion and compassionate use for purposes that are sick and all as well as for developing a clinical trial to use these HIV medication that might be able to be perfect against this virus and then there's another experimental drug that is also being considered for clinical trials so that we may see start pretty quickly.

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"dr amash" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"dr amash" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And prevention is reporting sharp increase in the number of sexually, transmitted diseases with an increase of two hundred thousand. Cases of committee gonorrhea and syphilis in two thousand seventeen over the previous year some of the causes. Being attributed to the decline in funding for programs designed to. Designed to prevent those diseases, we're gonna talk more about it we're gonna turn to the KCBS ring central Newsline talked with Dr Amash a dollar he is an infectious disease physician physician at the university of Pittsburgh. Medical center thank you for talking to us this. Evening Thanks for having me I. Was surprised to read today that the US continues to have the highest STD. Rates in the industrialized world why is that It's. Really a combination of STD's have kind of surged back over the last year even last year twenty sixteen how. To really hungry People have become very complacent to think of STD's or something that are easily treatable and many physicians are testing aren't thinking about them and we've got. Also the rise of social media that allows a, lot of these dating app to allow a lot more anonymous sexual encounters, to occur I think that that. It's all kinds of now some critics point to the? Fact that federal funding to prevent a control sexually transmitted diseases has dropped significantly do you see that as a factor in all this In many places the place where people feel less stigmatized to go and get treated for. Sexually transmitted infection are tested for what their local health department and local health departments are resource constrained when they have other priorities that that. They're dealing with you can you can often see these things kinda slip through the cracks because people don't necessarily like to go to their primary care. Doctor and talk about these issues so they often, will to the SAD clinic so they often when are constrained you see, these kind of cascading effects where. People don't get tested and they don't get treated and Any. Increase is also part of the problem that. Initially when when people get these, diseases you don't have a lot of symptoms and then you pass it onto a partner without knowing Right many Included a lot of the sexually, transmitted? Infections May not necessarily show any symptoms at all You're still contagious so that makes it much Advantages for an infectious organisms because you could spread around and nobody really. Knows that it's there and nobody's testing for so I do think that you have to think of STD's something that should be routinely tested for that primary care doctors should be talking to every patient about because there's no. Way to get a handle on the less it becomes part. Part of routine care and less stigmatized Dr dodger. Thanks, so much for your time and perspective again Dr a mesh adultery is an infectious disease. Physician. At the university of Pittsburgh medical center Mexico's foreign minister is again insisting his country will never pay. For president Donald Trump's long promised border wall Mr. Trump was meeting with the president of, for, today, when he said his stalled wall well. Quote be paid. For very easily by Mexico Can't. Comment. Came a day after Trump and Mexican president and Riquet Pineyro held a celebratory call to announce a. New trade deal Mexico's foreign minister says the relationship between the two countries is strong that, says, Mexico, will quote never pay for a wall The business and money news Jason has both. From the KCBS super micro Intel money desk Amazon. Continues to expand its brick and. Mortar presence Sears is expanding, its tire installation program that the ecommerce firm with Sears providing full service tire installation, of balancing for customers who buy any brand on Amazon. The ship to store option is now available nationwide. That's breathing some life into Sears beaten down stock Saudi-owned oil giant Aramco may have pulled the plug on its IPO plans for the time being but it's continuing. To, build itself into a patent powerhouse the Wall Street Journal reports that Aramco was issued two hundred thirty patents in the US last year quadrupling, the number from just four years earlier closing in on Chevron when it comes to petroleum, companies with Exxon well. Out in front Aramco tells the journal that technologies provide a competitive advantage in oil and gas exploration and that over the past five years the company has doubled. Its. Number of scientists and open nine research centers around the world including one, in Detroit slight gains for the market today The Dow, up fourteen points at twenty six thousand sixty four NASDAQ higher by twelve points at eight thirty p gaining. About one point two twenty eight ninety seven on the MoneyWatch. Jason Brooks KCBS let's face it you're.

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