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"dr cameron" Discussed on WRVA
"I think mere wealth of experience and exposure I have apart with 23 federal offices and agencies, and I know nothing about working in the White House, especially across two different two very ideologically different administrations learn a lot about how government can work to serve the people. And so I came back with, you know, I can't what I consider with a master class in the federal government. And I said, How can I use that information to benefit my community? So I think I think that's kind of why I want to feel like I have really good of good background standards apply for this job. And and then I think the most important thing is my passion for people of my passin. For listening, and that's a skill that I find from his position. And so you couple from real experience internal government with a real passion of the people of this district, and I think it's a good combination. If you don't mind. Let's take a quick break and get some of the commercials in that I've got to get in. And when we come back, I'd like to ask you about some of the issues that have been front and center in this campaign. They're not unique. It seems to this district I mean, you know, we're in In some sort of a philosophical, political philosophical debate about the direction of the country and your opponent is suggesting that you would take this district. Which is relatively conservative, I think relatively comes compared to Northern Virginia certainly is in a in a direction that isn't consistent with the values of The average person in the fifth District. I want to give you a chance to respond to that, and we'll go through some of the specifics. If you don't mind when we return with Dr Cameron Web, the Democrat running for Congress in the fifth Congressional District here in Virginia next On NewsRadio. W R V a whoever you are, and for whatever reason we're bringing you the information you need to get you through the day. My name is Chris and I leave it on all day. Long Use radio W. R V, a rule the day and the plant based way.
"dr cameron" Discussed on Endless Thread
"Valiko. Went to the Allan in nineteen fifty six for postpartum depression. The treatment left her mentally shattered in her family. In financial ruin under the guise of being treated she'd become the victim of experiments that were funded in part by the CIA electroshocks. Recordings played on loop for hours on end and injections of LSD. Gangs became very furry and very frightening. Nobody explained to me. Nobody ever asked me if I was willing to do it or anything this feeling. They'll decided to fight back to sue the and hold the agency accountable for experiments that had funded at the Allen but a Canadian housewife taking on the CIA was a David versus Goliath. Matchup and it started with an actual David fouls husband. David Orlando who despite being a member of Canada's parliament at the time had a hard time even finding someone to take the case but he did eventually find a lawyer a pair of them actually who are at least willing to try to take on the renowned civil rights attorney in the US the late Joseph wral and is up and coming professional partner. Jim Turner. I'm an attorney practiced in Washington. Dc for about forty years of one of the cases that I handled was in his mid sixty S. He's polite direct down to business. Kinda guy but you get the sense that if you gave them a couple years he could talk for hours about government scandals especially the government scandal. He took on forty years ago sped a decade working on the case. More or less and You kind of push a button. Et comes out. Jim was only in his mid twenties. When David or Liuqiu came knocking and yet he was no stranger to CIA MISCONDUCT. He'd worked as a research assistant for the US. Senate Church Committee which investigated government abuses of power including the Watergate scandal and yes M. K. Ultra and when the Orleans came to us with this case that seemed to both of us. It was a very important matter that deserve public scrutiny on a couple of grounds but the most significant being no part of our government should be above the law equally that the folks who were so grievously injured suit had some measure of recompense even if it's decades after the injuries were done versus. United States was filed in nineteen eighty. It was a huge deal for val the plaintiff her granddaughter. Sarah and Johnson says val really struggled with the spotlight. This case suddenly put on her every time she had given interview every moment of it was painful for her. She would be so nervous and worried and uncomfortable and my mom would have to go over to the house and packer suitcase for her and help her get on the plane and she would try back out every time and it. Was you know very very difficult for her to push herself through it but she did it so that everybody would know what happened so that it could never happen again. Although the case had vowel or locos name on it it included a handful of former patients of Dr Cameron's who came forward gradually and sometimes reluctantly including Lou. Weinstein whose son Harvey says. It took a year of trying to convince his father that would happen to him. At the Allen wasn't his fault I think I'd put it in the context of when a wrong is committed. That one has a right to justice and that he basically was assaulted why these medical practitioners and secondly that there was a conspiracy among intelligence agencies to experiment on vulnerable people and that he was vulnerable person and that he had a right to be heard and to have his dignity restored to him mental illness especially in the days of Dr Cameron. Came with a lot of stigma. You didn't talk about it. Let alone try to take the. Us GOVERNMENT TO COURT VAL Orlando and Lou Weinstein. Were two of what would become nine plaintiffs in the case suing for a million dollars each all former patients of Cameron's who had received some combination of his deep patterning and psychic driving techniques psychedelics and sedatives intense electroshocks weeks or months of induced. Sleep recordings played on loop. We don't know the total number of people who are treated at the Allen under Dr Cameron's direction we know what was in the hundreds and who knows how many of those people never learn about Cameron's connection to the CIA or couldn't remember what had happened to them or felt too ashamed to come forward or didn't live to see the day. The justice would finally be pursued but for the people pursuing that justice. There was a long road ahead. I'm Ben Johnson. I'm Ameri Stevenson. And you're listening to endless thread. The show featuring stories founded the vast ecosystem of online communities called red coming to you from you are Boston's NPR station. And we're bringing you part for a special series madness the secret mission for mind control and the people who paid the price.
"dr cameron" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"It seems clear to me that there was intelligence that suggested not only that pandemics were threat but also there are things going on and move on worthy of note sue. Thank you very much for your time tonight. Sue Gordon former high ranking. Us intelligence official. Amo Javed's thank you as well and we look forward to your interview with the assist Attorney General's on Monday per sheet. It have a good evening and here are some more headlines on the virus for you tonight. Tickets for Monday's reopening of Disney's Shanghai theme parks sold out in just minutes. Apple says it will reopen some stores next week in Idaho South Carolina Alabama and Alaska the number of customers in the store at any one time. We'll be limited and they will be required to wear masks and undergo temperature checks before they enter. Plus Honda will start reopening operations in the US and Canada on Monday and Rhode Island will be the first state in the northeast to lift. Its stay at home order and that one begins tomorrow meantime Rhode Island will join the more than forty states that are at least partially real right now and one thing they keep an eye on is the infection rate of the states. That are reopening as you can see here Georgia. Which was one of the first to open is seeing a more than fifty percent increase in reported cases since it reopened two weeks ago and with that in mind. Let's bring in Dr Cameron Woolf and infectious disease specialist at Duke University's Medical School. That hospital. There has treated more than two hundred and fifty covert nineteen patients North Carolina beginning phased reopening. Today Dr. welcome good to have you with us. I note that new cases in North Carolina on Thursday. Were six hundred thirty nine the most ever and yet the state is reopening. I didn't think it was supposed to work that way. Thank you for having me on I. I think if it's going to reopen the way we've approached this as it's going to be Particularly cautiously we're we're that fortunately compared to some of the sites up north have not been hit as as badly as for example New York Michigan knowable colleagues emory as. You just discussing Georgia. But it's been busy for us and so I think we're very conscious of the why that state is trying to open up and China's as cautious about that as possible to allow us to To handle that but at the same time we're in we're in a place where we recognize this. We just care for the health of out of Allah community we also care for the economic wellbeing of the people who work here and every now town district. So we're GONNA try and work with us to make that as effective as possible but back to the to the point. I thought cases were supposed to start coming down and becoming down for a period of days along with hospitalizations fatalities and innovations before states went on the course to reopen and this seems to fly in the face of that now it could be simply that the testing is getting more prevalent and therefore more cases are showing up. Yeah we certainly doing a bit of joke here in terms of of liberalizing the amount of tests that we can that we can do. I will say that on the inpatient side of the hospital. We're actually seeing a diminishing number of admissions here at least in a typical of most sites. That's been a little bit Regionalized depending on where in the state you would be attending us here in the triangle. It's been a busy in the last one to two weeks as it had been sort of mid to late April. So do you think things have wouldn't say based off? They may have plateaued a little bit. Not CD QUESTION BUT STILL. We need to be cautious. Has Maybe the curve has flattened a little bit? I see in my notes that you were involved in one of the very first test of the antiviral rim desire in the treatment regimen for covert nineteen. And I wonder how encouraging you feel about that drugs. Possible really current use in treating patients. Yeah we've been very encouraged by it. To be honest it was it was pleasing to not only see the effort that a lot of people did to try and get that study up and running but to then get a positive result. Decide that it is clearly better than standard of care was was extremely pleasing. You know I think there's going to unfortunately be continued number of patients who end up on the severe end of this of the disease reluctant to covet and and have an option that's now available to them Is a big deal. You know we saw people. We saw people improve on that trial. And it's been united statistically shine as announced last week it's not it's not a panacea drug. It's not binding Maine's effective for everyone but at and I think if we can use that as a stepping stone to now continue to sort of move those studies on a little bit further trunk true if we can even make it better than I think. We'll be in a good place but it's a good start. I WANNA come back to the question of of how quickly the states are reopening and get from your medical perspective At and that of colleagues with whom? You've no doubt discuss this question. Do you think that states are moving at the right pace too fast too? Slow to reopen given what you're seeing in the hospital and given what you know about this deadly virus too fast too slow about right. I think it's probably a site by site answer to that. I'd I'd be nervous looking at Georgia's figures there but increase forty full to send you know I think it's it's not just a reopening question. It's a question of how you do that. And how you look at the data that you get in the period of time after that to then adjust again and I think if you had locked yourself into a reopening Raton your respective of what happened in terms of your volume as you started to do that then that would be to sun and yet I think if you can find that in In a way that's analytic in a way that's methodical stepwise and ultimately data driven than. I do think you can slowly reopen. I. It's also about other mitigation strategies. So it's not just sort of we think about reopening as a as a broad time that the Dole chops are just going to suddenly open the doors. But if but if you can do that in a way that still encourages social distancing that actually liberalizes encourages mosk warren that we're suddenly much more conscious of things like hand washing them. We perhaps would have been a few months ago. I do think you can be more cautious about the way you reopen and do it safely. It's got to be data driven. You've got to look at numbers and you've got to look at your hospitals and you've got to look at whether they're seeing a second surge and be prepared to slow down your reopening if you say you. Numbers are increasing. Nine data is going to be so key in all of this. Dr Cameron will thank you very much. Thank you for your service your work and some rest if you can thank you so much about Cameron Wolfe of Duke University. And here's what's coming up next on this. Cnbc special report markets in turmoil. Straight ahead our first indication of how businesses fairing in the states that have reopened exclusive data only on. Cnbc next tonight. Plus after more than twenty million jobs were lost in this country last month. We have psychologists with US tonight to help us deal with wave after wave of stress. Find out what he's seeing in his patients and how he can help everyone else before the break images from around the United States on day one hundred thirty one of the corona virus crisis.
"dr cameron" Discussed on Endless Thread
"It turns out. The director of the so-called Society for the investigation of Human Ecology had approached Cameron to apply for funding for brainwashing experiments in his grant Application Cameron. Detailed the exact components of his techniques D patterning and psychic driving right down to his plans to use the CIA as new favourite secret weapon LSD to breakdown ongoing patterns of behavior in his subjects the CIA via the Shell Organization accepted Cameron's application and sent him. What would now be over a half a million Canadian dollars? A good chunk of his overall funding over a period of four years once. I knew that Dr Cameron was getting the C. I. A. Money with started looking at his research and the place. The Best of of on of information on Dr Camera was the articles he wrote in the professional journals. I mean he used a lot of scientific gobbledygook some not called demand but everything he was doing was listed in the journals The prolonged electroshock putting people to sleep for sixty days. That sort of thing was in the journals. They just had a lot of names on it. That didn't make much sense unless you're paying very close attention so afterwards when I interviewed people from around the hospital who had been there. They said they were afraid of him. And they didn't want to question his methodology but they tried to assure me that they didn't agree with what he was doing. A lot of the medical personnel were terrified by him. Why do you think M. K? Ultra officials thought. It was a good idea to conduct brainwashing experiments outside of the US. Us laws didn't apply and there were real differences on what they would do to an American. And what they would do to a Farner And that includes Canada and Canadians it. Let's say to a little safer as one of the CIA sources. I interviewed said. We couldn't do this kind of experimentation on housewives.
"dr cameron" Discussed on Endless Thread
"Do you remember Dr Cameron Himself? What do you remember about him? Being on The stress of the day the line bed and him giving me my Jeff. Kickoff before went into the treatment had the Krugman he he was the one that gave me. Straw my wearing asleep the injection Dr Cameron gave. Nancy was some kind of barbiturate sedative to put her into that deep sleep if he was going to wipe her mind he needed to shut it down. I do you remember anything else about any anything he said to you. She pants can hear Nancy's daughter. Angela they're trying to jog your memory. Angeles says that Nancy's grip on her own. Memory is tenuous at best sometimes. Nancy remembers things in the wrong order. Sometimes she doesn't remember anything. Sometimes things come back in bits and pieces was the rule and was awake in the morning and my wiz coming back for our lives. Then Ben My mother came a food as later metric. And do you remember anything about sort of how your mother reacted to the treatment? You were getting or case that Cam was that helpful was he though. Dr Camera was treating people time. Maybe those treatments just didn't work for everyone. But in the time that Nancy was at the Allan Her parents had done a one eighty on the treatments. She was receiving under the direction of Dr Cameron. They wanted her out. Nancy came out of the Allen. Twenty pounds heavier. Her memory impaired in her independence gone. She's relied on anti psychotic drugs. Basically ever since she left almost six decades ago yes. Nancy was having psychological problems when she went into the Allen but Angela says her mom was never the same after she was treated there. That's echoed in the official diagnosis when she was taken out and in the observations of her family. Six months later to come out with a lot of memory loss experiencing than further delusions and and really schizophrenic behavior and being diagnosed officially as acute schizophrenic from this I really believe that she was turned into a schizophrenic. And then as you're you live a life like that after six months of going through how. How do you regain your your life? How do you even go about? Originally doctors at the Allen had suggested they can help Nancy by the time she was released. Dr Cameron was saying she couldn't be made whole again and in a letter. Dr Cameron wrote to the new doctor. Who WOULD TAKE CARE OF NANCY? After she left the Allen. He describes Nancy's family in terms. That don't feel very empathetic. Her father was drug salesman but now retired. He's sixty eight and has always been dominated by his wife and the mother is driving assertive over talkative woman who tends to misinterpret things in terms of quickly week let's pause on graft like fodder has always been dominated by his wife and over talkative woman who tends to misinterpret things. This sounds a lot like a doctor. Trying to undermine the ability of Nancy's mother a medical nurse to be her advocate in care going forward after she left the Allen. Nancy went into another psychiatric facility where she fell in love with another patient. Angeles father. They had Angela but Nancy continued to be in and out of treatment. She couldn't work. She couldn't take care of her daughter let alone herself. Angela's father and Nancy got divorced when Angela was four. She was raised by her grandparents. She didn't see much of her mom growing up but eventually she had to step in and take care of Nancy. When you first went to see where your mom was living and what her life was like and you made a choice to become more involved in your mom's life how was she living. What did things look like? Yeah it's tough. It was tough to see. It was despicable. There was cockroaches Things have been been washed and many weeks even just pots and pans were not cleaned. Garbage was everywhere. This was when Angela was just beginning her own life as an adult. Angela says she had to become a mother to her own mother. She had to put parts of her life on pause. She had to teach her mom. Had Buy groceries had into her finances and as she's flipping through the documents that it took months for her to get. She is angry especially when she reads. How doctors at the Allen wrote about their communication with Nancy's dad during her treatment he has been reassured that the present plan treatment is the most appropriate for his daughter's case and that it will not induce any permanent injury to her brain or personality and that she is receiving the best possible nursing care. Angeles says this line is crucial. That this is how her mother's family was lied to. According to them the Allens treatment did cause permanent damage. It was not the best possible treatment plan at all for me just to read that it's so disturbing having not only the information the knowledge and everything that has gone through a it's just of how This was done at the time. This is just one thing that happened to one person. Sixty years ago one long lonely story especially for Angela. It's been a wish of mine for many many years just to find not be alone anymore in this process. But here's the thing. Angela and Nancy are not along not even close. That's coming up in a minute..
"dr cameron" Discussed on Endless Thread
"Electroshock therapy or what is now called electroconvulsive. Therapy wasn't all that unusual in the early nineteen sixties. But what was happening at the Allen under Dr Cameron's direction was very unusual. The form of electroshock he was using was twenty to forty times more intense than the standard dose in. His patients could receive them two or three times a day. This was just the beginning of what Nancy went through that we know. There's just one big problem. Nancy what do you remember about being at the Allen? Hardly anything in the beginning because I was in a room I remember waking up in February waking up near the end and Take you back to your room. Now fracking the sleep. Remember the Horse Stables at the Allen. How that building had another name. The sleep room. Nancy went into the Allen in September of nineteen sixty one and yet all that she remembers is waking up in February of nineteen sixty two. Angela spent a long time trying to get more information about her mother's treatment at the Allen. It was a very painful process of just getting the records reading the records. What she got. Eventually it's shocking to read. She had a five days asleep. And Five Ts. She was taken out of the sleep room on October. Thirtieth however she immediately showed signs of relapse by the first week of December. The patient had had eighty seven. Set's then changed from one hundred and fifty milligrams q id to try. Lafon by March twenty third. She had had one hundred twenty nine. Act'S NANCY had been administered. One hundred twenty nine intensive electroconvulsive therapy treatments in six months. And she'd been heavily sedated with a mix of anti psychotics and barbiturates things like pentothal sedative when Angela. Look that one up. She found out it was a drug that for many years was used in higher doses for lethal injection..
"dr cameron" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"A day and a half and that was not sustainable so Dr Cameron Kaiser a county health officer decided to evacuate the facility and move the faces two locations that are fully staffed and say for them let's hear vials with the riverside county health department more than eighty patients people living inside this building some for many years they'll all be taken to other facilities he says none at this time will be hospitalized in riverside Craig figure can extend seventy newsradio LA's mayor is ready to do whatever he can now to get the homeless off the streets details after traffic it's three oh five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five Sudanese Fondo we've had a secular since this morning in Boyle heights on the five southbound ten east transition overturned truck still there with that connector closed down we also have a secular at south Pasadena on the one ten south bend righted orange groves that rack blocking two lanes of traffic let's go to Brian Douglas seven ten jam camp north bound side of the seven ten year transition to the east sixty that was stopped for a good ten fifteen minutes while on Caltrans repaired a street light there St Paul public sector transition road just opened up I do see if it's a song about nor seven ten again as you approach the sixty Denise no problem for the one thirty four this is on the westbound side near Glendale somebody with a flat tire very close to that far right lane in Westwood we're going to see a break for a five north found this is there will sure we've got a ladder in the two right lanes and there's a crash in Costa mesa on the fifty five southbound connector to the four oh five north next report three fifteen with more traffic.
Hundreds of Scientists Scramble to Find a Coronavirus Treatment
"Several major research hospitals are teaming up to see whether an antiviral drug entry coronavirus the drug ring disappear has previously been tested in humans with Ebola and sars Duke University researcher Dr Cameron Wolfe this is a drug that's designed to be studied in patients who are sick enough to require hospitalization with corona virus and who are the sort of moderately to the severe end of the spectrum in terms of being ill wolf says researchers also have to determine if there are any side effects of the anti viral
March Madness Will Go On, but in a Worst Case, Without Mad Fans
"Sports leagues in the United States of course like everybody they are closely monitoring the spread of the corona virus and they're developing emergency plans correspondent Clayton Neville says that some leagues are now considering playing games without having any fans on hand to watch Michael the NBA plans to limit access to locker rooms the only players in a central team personnel no media and teams are reportedly being asked to create a six to eight foot distance between players and reporters during interviews the NHL Major League Baseball and MLS with similar policies this band a little concerned about all the precautions it's kind of crazy especially with the sports teams you know plane there's someone to play their games now without fans which is that's it's not sports but it also sucks at the same time he's right the NBA is considering games without bands present and the N. C. A. A. says its annual postseason March madness basketball tournaments are still on as scheduled but with no spectator games as a worst case scenario division three NCAA basketball tournament games were held in an empty arena over the weekend the sports fan hoping teams don't make any rash decisions I think we just take our own precautions and keep ourselves self quarantine if we need to if we start feeling ill wash your hands just as their prices were supposed to do I mean I I don't give into the fear thing so I think that everybody just aims common does what they're supposed to do I think we'll be all right but this man says it's better safe than sorry it could be a little bit overblown I mean we're taking a serious just because none of us want to be sick we all want to work to be able to support our families the twenty twenty BNP Paribas open tennis tournament in Indian Wells California was called up this week after a case of corona virus was confirmed in riverside county riverside health officer Dr Cameron Kaiser says many factors go into a decision like that it's possible for life to still go on under a public health emergency declaration and some of them is that a lower risk may still be able to take laced with appropriate precautions for attendees and the venue overseas Thursday's torch lighting ceremony for this summer's Tokyo Olympics will be the first in more than thirty five years to be held without
Coronavirus: NCAA faces pressure to hold March Madness without the audience
"Sports leagues in the U. S. are closely monitoring the spread of the corona virus and developing emergency plans correspondent Clayton Neville says some leagues are considering playing games without fans on hand to watch the Italian Olympic committee which oversees all sports in the country has suspended sporting events until at least April third it's Italy deals with a major outbreak the twenty twenty BNP Paribas open tennis tournament in Indian Wells California was called off this week after a case of corona virus was confirmed in riverside county riverside health officer Dr Cameron Kaiser says many factors go into a decision like that it's possible for life to still go on under a public health emergency declaration and some of the events that are lower risk may still be able to take place with appropriate precautions for attendees and the venue some however may not we'll be looking at this is a case by case basis the NBA plans to limit access to locker rooms the only players in a central team personnel no media and teams are reportedly being asked to create a six to eight foot distance between players and reporters during interviews the NHL Major League Baseball and MLS with similar policies this band a little concerned about all the precautions it's kind of crazy especially with the sports teams you know plane there's someone to play their games now without hands which is that's it's not sports but it also sucks at the same time he's right the NBA is considering games without bands present and the N. C. A. A. says its annual postseason March madness basketball tournaments are still on as scheduled but with no spectator games as a worst case scenario division three NCAA basketball tournament games were held in an empty arena over the weekend the sports fan hoping teams don't make any rash decisions I think we just take our own precautions and keep ourselves self quarantine if we need to if we start feeling ill wash your hands do stuff there by says we're supposed to do I mean I I don't get into the fear banks I think that everybody just aims common does what they're supposed to do I think we'll be all right but this man says it's better safe than sorry it could be a little bit overblown I mean we're taking a serious just because none of us want to be sick we all want to work to be able to support our families back overseas Thursday's torch lighting ceremony for this summer's Tokyo Olympics will be the first in more than thirty five years to be held without
The 1st group of Americans evacuated from Wuhan and quarantined over coronavirus have now been released
"A group of U. S. evacuees from China have now been cleared from quarantine for one hundred ninety five evacuees from trying out there too we quarantine here in California is over no case of novel coronavirus has been identified in any of our thank you we and Dr Cameron Kaiser says there is no reason for anyone to fear being near any of them I don't want somebody to be attacked or ostracized or out for having been part of this quarantine for when the evacuees were told they were free to go many through their face masks in the air in
China's new virus cases fall again, deaths now exceed 1,100
"Light and China has reported another drop in the number of new cases of corona virus infection although there have been ninety seven more deaths the last twenty four hours pushing the total dead past eleven hundred the number of cases around the world forty five thousand and at least the corona virus has a new name this morning and the first group of American evacuees have completed their quarantine and have been released that's some good news that we get now from Jim Roop Michael first the name call the eight nine ten and I will spell it C. O. V. I. D. hyphen one nine nineteen announced by doctor Ted rose and I'm get reduces the director general of the World Health Organization see all those your corona V. I. there's a virus indeed there is your disease the nineteen is because it was discovered in two thousand nineteen so cold it nineteen why so important to give it a name hunting a name montres to prevent the use of I was at a names that can be inoculate for stigmatizing like calling you at the Wuhan corona virus he also urges an aggressive attack on containment says right now there are less than four hundred cases in only one death outside of China calling this a window of opportunity is this virus makes it to a week ahead of system crazy tumble he's calling undeveloped countries to invest in under developed or developing countries with weaker healthcare systems to strengthen them otherwise if the virus reaches one of these weaker countries as he says it will create havoc meanwhile the first group of American evacuees from on China the epicenter of the outbreak have completed their quarantine these folks do not have novel coronavirus riverside county public health officer Dr Cameron Kaiser says in fact they never had it the fourteen days even under quarantine in March reserve base no one had been diagnosed with what is now named covert nineteen doctor Kaiser says none of the one hundred ninety five pose any sort of health risk to them or anyone else and the negative social media posts and in person verbal attacks suffered by base personnel must end I get why people are concerned I understand that
"dr cameron" Discussed on The Current
"Is that where this idea came from. That's exactly where it came from. You know I'm from Toronto. Originally I was finishing my training infectious diseases and public health in New York and came back to Toronto In shortly after I got here. You know SARS arrived in the city. The IT caused outbreak. That went on for four months So this was an incredibly disruptive outbreak and I think you know the recognition was as. We've never seen anything like this before. But I knew at that time. This wouldn't be the last type of outbreak that we would encounter. And so what are you able to do now that you weren't able to do due during SARS or that we weren't able to understand joins. Well remember during SARS. You know we didn't even know what it was until it showed up in our hospitals and our cities We're able to do now is to be scanning the Internet for early detection of Infectious Disease Threats Whether they're from other nature or possibly even from deliberate acts We're able to connect that information to the movements of populations around the entire planet And we're really now actively involved in building systems that going back to the previous speaker that really think about the impact of these diseases in the sense that will what if a traveler with this particular disease shows was up in the country In a certain country is that particular traveler in the right medium between the population and the attribute beats the pathogen and the environment to contribute to an outbreak. Or will this be one case of a disease in a traveler full stop. That is an incredibly really complex endeavor. But it's something that we are very actively engaged blue. We think about the epidemic triangle every single day. Just a couple of quick questions before I let you go one is. Who's using this information so a number of different organizations governments around the world We are currently also working with hospitals and healthcare systems as a you know infectious disease physician myself. It's really important that we get this information to the front line. And that you have it correct as well we have vit- crack misinformation coming out of an organization and then you know a program like this could be could be devastating. It is very important that the information is accurate and in his consumable. But let's keep in mind that a person with a dangerous infectious disease is not GONNA go to the public health department. They're going to go to the emergency department. So the question for us is and the difference difference between one case in a traveler and an outbreak that could cripple a city is the astute clinician. It's the clinician that recognizes that. This is something that I need need to be aware of. This is how I need to manage it so that one case doesn't become ten cases or a hundred cases. What's next for you just briefly? What would you want to see this? Go well. We are are currently working with again. One stress anonymous data on about four hundred million mobile devices worldwide to really anticipate how this disease might spread not only from where it is out of about really across the planet over the weeks and months ahead. This is fascinating more on the certainly As this story continues continues thank you. Thank you Dr. Cameron con professor of Medicine and Public Health at the University of Toronto and founder and CEO of Blue Dot uses artificial intelligence as you heard to detect and track outbreaks of infectious disease for more C._B._C.. PODCASTS GO TO C._B._C.. Dot C._A. Slash podcasts..
"dr cameron" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Jack Stockwell so you're here for the Cannes our Dr Cameron's lay cardiology that's his clinic on murder of Florida and he goes through all of the various journals of medicine every week to bring us up to date on the latest things and often there's I think and the theme this week whether it is it is it is I guess because of what people are standing sometimes there is a there's a some sort of an event going on brings people of that specialty together I know if that's the case here or not but I see a lot of cancer news can starting out with the the latest on men and their experiences with prostate cancer can be devastating for some men and other men live just not didn't bother much right well I went to the strikers news about cancer this week is just random events coming together okay and it is obviously an issue is actively study this comes out of the journal of the American osteopathic association actually a report from the Mayo Clinic Doug the fact is that there are about a hundred and seventy five thousand new cases of prostate cancer in America this year in the news this week there appears to be an association between plant based diet and a decreased risk of prostate cancer as well as a link between Darian take an increased risk of prostate cancer these aren't huge links it is very hard to study diets because people change their diet from day to day year to year and this is an accumulation of multiple studies so I wouldn't say that you have to go out and dramatically change your lifestyle abruptly but if you know that you're at risk guys for prostate cancer you know you may want to adjust somewhat here and do you get your best odds together very good advice I have never really you and I talk about the cancer screening that goes on and whether or not and you have it too I'm sure when you have your annual physical I want my own hearsay yeah and what was it it's like one yeah okay so mine the PSA count over the years you watched it he was point four point six that is a very good low yeah but then I went to one point five and we were concerned about that and then you the genie is that you are said well maybe the test should be given before the exam because we all know what happens when you get the digital rectal exam and apparently I didn't know this but you told me you taught me this you said that it will stir up what's going on inside of the prostate it might affect the results if you have the blood test after you get the digital rectal exam so I said to the it happens in a lady does it and when I and lately the warm using for my general physicals so she said well there are studies that show that that may not be true and I said well let's just for chuckles with a severity of one will do right now yeah well I said let's not do it that way let's wait till after I give the blood and then you do the exam so I went from a one point five down to one in this year's screening I still would like to have it under one but the real the reality is a lot of men as they get older older develop prostate cancer and it doesn't really bother it's you know it's one of those things that affect your ability to make love it but other than that right well let me live with it let me put a little perspective big picture on that so first about the lab test and then about the growth of prostate cancer when it occurs in an individual eat it yes your back baseline was low and then you had an exam it went up and you had it done again before examine went down and that's your true baseline but what is concerning if you do get a normal baseline and then it goes up you always want to compare the PSA to where it has been even though if on the paper report or on a computer reported seeing the normal bracket because PSA velocity how the PSA is changing also needs to be looked at and then also you're talking about the growth of the cancer there's a wide range of prostate cancer from incredibly slow growing that we don't even need to treat it just watch it because it won't even get to a concern in decades in you will be it will all be long gone and then there's another extreme on the other side of the spectrum where it's going to grow so quickly that if we don't do something urgently you buy a planet earth so this needs to be biopsied and scored and determine whether hopefully have the very aggressive prostate cancer but he can get aggressive good friend of mine has come from a family his brother died of prostate cancers father died at seventy three of prostate cancer your brother was the same age too he's now seventy nine he's put on a lot of weight I often thought he's not a drinker when he does he's always enjoyed the rich foods and I think fat I think that's been proven that fat plays a role in Europe prostate cancer death absolutely an apostate and here's a prescription that most guys will like to hear from a doctor keep being on as you get older Jackie leading and keeping the frequency up also can lower the risk of prostate cancer right exactly making home having somebody close to is probably a good way of doing that I think I think just getting the sperm refreshed yeah yeah I think it has probably some link I was I talked to the urologist about this yeah all right so that's a and that's the first of three important cancer stories that can is research force this week we'll continue with that in a matter of moments the good day help show dot com website has our podcast that are basically in a cruel of the important conversations that we have every week so they don't get to listen to all of them we want to go back and research.
"dr cameron" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"And this brings up the phenomenon that we're we've explored before. But it's key to this. And we've been we've been getting closer and closer to that. In this episode, the problem of individual actors versus institutional actors make up a name for a politician kringle Rickenbach. Okay. Some kringle Rickenbach Representative in five Idaho is found to be committing flagrant. Repeated acts of abuse. Of some kind of abuse. Okay. And kringle Rickenbach turns out it has been getting really weird with it to you wear some kind of ritual mask. He's got a robe in a apron a little dancey does before he eats people. Whatever is really messed up guy. But even even though he's proven to have committed these he goes to jail. He's insane in this doesn't mean that the government or the constituency he represented cosign this in any way, they were voting for him because of his stance on taxes, and they did not know he was accountable, so he's an individual actor. However, let's take a real world case in the case of Jimmy Savile or several Catholic priests there's an institution actively aids and abets the criminals involve the Catholic church covered up for sexual abusers and high society in England, including law enforcement, and including. The the government, right? Parliament of corporation media corporations BBC, they covered up this these crimes, and that means it's a matter of institutional actors. So the big question is people in the US government were doing horrific dirty things where they doing it as individuals or they doing it as representatives of an institution. That's the big question. And it's tough to answer. But we do have some good news at least for people seeking Justice in Canada. I remember that lawsuit. We mentioned at the top of the section. Well, let's let's get into that a little bit. So. The court the court still has to certify certain things about this. Right. But, but here's here's some quotations from things we know about it thus far. So there's this doctor Dr Cameron and the lawsuit states that his tactics were nothing more than an electronic lobotomy. And also claims that he damaged a lot of his other patients brains and shattered their psyches and left them unable to function in society and within their families. So this one Dr Cameron really did some seemingly horrific things at least according to the lawsuit. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And he died is since passed away of a heart attack but nine hundred ninety two the government of Canada paid seventy seven of his victims a settlement of one hundred thousand dollars and rejected the claims of more than two hundred and fifty others while so maybe just. Most agree GIS? Offending moments. I guess in probably the way that large governments where people could provide a paper trail proving where they were win. The case may go may go to court, hopefully, it will. But according to the national post the government of Canada is going to be in an antagonistic position for the course of this legal proceeding. The government of Canada asked a third party guide him George t h Cooper to conduct an inquiry into Dr Cameron's deep patterning work between nineteen fifty and sixty five and this Cooper report, which was concluded in nineteen Eighty-six said that Canada did not hold any legal liability or moral responsibility in respect to these treatments. So candidates, Ed. Yeah. Hands up, we're both throwing her hand. Like that cat is not us not us and McGill University health centre also said Cameron carried out these experiments, but they were not responsible for his. Actions. So they're also saying not us not us bad. Apple not us that apple not an institution and individual. And this leads to some conclusions..
"dr cameron" Discussed on KTRH
"John. Guest tonight on ground zero drugs as weapons against us tonight and triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred. Okay. I want to go to Jody in Oregon. Hi Jodie on ground zero. Good. John. Go ahead. Yeah. I was just listening, and I caught her to what you guys are. Church trials that really caught my attention. Day said that they let off based on the fact that he was found to have worked for the CIA in my mind. That's exactly why you probably shouldn't have been bite off because there should have been a clerk came into play in which they were made to be countable for what occurred. Kind of appalled. I wonder if any of these cases that were tried resulted in a favorable decision for the people who were met with her. Any were there any successful towards against those who were victimized report in behalf of those who were victimized. Yeah. So the situation in Italy with the the guy that was led off the judge obviously was scared because the first judge was killed in that case. So the second judge. Dealing with two powerful force with dealing with US intelligence and let him go. And yet it is sad and terrible. But. Case that comes to mind. Most is the fact that Canada. Is Dr Cameron was running all kinds of experiments at Canadian hospital actually associated with McGill University and was doing what they call deep patterning, which was using high levels LSD, high levels of ACT most shock treatment and was ruining people's minds and one of those people's minds. You Bruin was a socialist Senator in Canada whose wife went there for depression. And her her mind was basically a raced, and that's what they were doing to a number of people in this hospital and a lot of victims of that. Of those experiments in that hospital sued sue, the m the CIA.
"dr cameron" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Tonight on ground zero drugs as weapons against us tonight and triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred. Okay. I wanna Jody in Oregon. Hi Jodie on ground zero. Hey, how's it going? Good, john. Go ahead. Yeah. I was just listening, and I caught her to what you guys to. Church trials that really caught my attention. Day said that they let off based on the fact that he was found to have worked for the CIA in my mind. That's exactly why you probably shouldn't have been but off because there should have been a torch came into play in which they were made to be accountable for what occurred just kind of appalled. And I wonder if any of these cases that were tried resulted in a favorable decision for the people who were met with harm. Were there any successful towards against those who were victimized report on behalf of those who were victimized. Yeah. Yes. So the situation in Italy with the the guy that was led off the judge obviously was scared because the first judge was killed in that case. So the second judge is dealing with two powerful force with dealing with US intelligence and let him go. And yet it is sad and terrible. But the case that comes to mind. Most is the fact that Canada. This is Dr Cameron was running kinds of MTO experiments at a Canadian hospital actually associated with McGill University and was doing what they call deep patterning, which was using high levels LSD, high levels of easy t-, most of shock treatment and was ruining people's minds and one of those people's minds Bruin was a socialist Senator in Canada who who's white went there for depression. And her her mind was basically a raced, and that's what they were doing to a number of people in this hospital and a lot of victims of that. Those experiments in that hospital sued sue, the m the American government and one lots of.
"dr cameron" Discussed on Still Queer as Folk
"That's that's great design. Emmett gets a second job to support. Ted again, this relationship is in the fast lane. I guess there's no choice in episode of TV except for it to go fast. But damn this relationship is going and they bought a house Ted went to jail now. They love each other. Amidst the breadwinner, and yeah. And so then we get because Ted injures himself at the gym, Dr Cameron. He just needs a great chiropractor. And he's like, we know one another trying to get him to take pills. Well, that was something that I it seemed like something was cut out of the scene because Ted's Rosa's back out at the gym. But then he's in the diner next. But then Emmett has some pills. So I guess they went to the doctor because. Because it looked like he got prescription. Yeah. Why wouldn't you go? Why don't you take them home put them on his back? Yeah. Lamb down give them on the fours. Yeah. And be done with it. This is that other reference that maybe I don't think it's obscure, but Emma says well, you know, what happens from too much pills in liquor to take your pain pills. He mother with that. I hope you know, what comes from too much pills and liquor that is a call back from cabaret because that's that's what Sally Bowles is talking about her friend Elsie. So you know, what happens from too much pills and liquor. Dive in Davis came to sniff. Well, that's what comes from too much pills. But when I laid out..
"dr cameron" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Erase thousands of marijuana conviction California could offer a second. Chance to people convicted of marijuana. Related crimes the Bill introduced by assembly member rob Bonte democrat from Oakland would entitled. People, with certain cannabis related convictions to get those crimes reduced or. In, some cases expunged Needs. To be one of the identified enumerated cannabis crimes in proposition sixty four that the voters California voted on in support of generally fall into four categories, possession for sale cultivation and transportation mostly for small amounts of volume of cannabis if the Bill becomes law it will take effect. In January and gives the department of Justice until July of, next year to sift through its. Database Chris, Edens KNX ten seventy NewsRadio even though California has. Now legalize the sale of marijuana there is, still a thriving market. For, synthetic pot as a major health problem a recent case that led to, illnesses for more than one hundred, people in Connecticut has reinforced. The dangers of using synthetic pot which can have. Very, very serious health effects on users actually cause anything from cardiovascular side effects. Such as partied all the way, out to, heart attacks Dr Cameron story as medical director of emergency services with dignity health community hospital in San Bernardino he, says People buying use. Synthetic pot which is often, laced with sentinel because it's cheaper and it's more potent than regular marijuana formulations of fencing all can be about a hundred. Times more potent than your Herron that you see out there Dr Lori says since it's. Young people who usually are buying synthetic pot you should talk to your youngsters. And warn them.
"dr cameron" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Sweep it away don't try to, leave Florida, into the neighbor's yard not only that can be a problem for them it could. Actually be eventually problem for you county public health. Officer Dr Cameron Kaiser telling, KNX people cleaning up should cover their mouth and nose with, a mask where pants and a long sleeved shirt two men suspected of starting a fire that burned a. Quarter acre of brush near more stamp just north of Glendora have been charged with arson the Glendora and Covina, residents both pleaded not guilty to the felony charge a looming budget shortfall forcing Redondo. Beach officials to, consider disbanding the fire department and contracting with l., a. county fire, instead but at least one city council member worries that could mean longer response times in an emergency Hermosa beach mayor Jeff, declaw tells Kennex they haven't had that problem since they made the same switch earlier this year we have not found that in. Our experience community you, serve different have different Digital leads but I can say that from our standpoint we've we've we've not had. An issue mayor de close says. That the switch to LA county fire has been, a positive experience for his city more than one. Hundred years in state prison that's the sentence for. A man convicted. Of attacking five women in a southern California crime spree effectively a life sentence for thirty six year old Ulysses daily story of Buena, park he, was sentenced for crimes ranging from burglary to torture kidnapping and attempted murder according to. Prosecutors he planned to commit sex crimes when he. Attacked the women over the, course of several hours on January sixteenth two thousand fourteen in, Anaheim and garden grove authorities say dilatory beat up and try to kidnap one woman was walking from work. Stabbed another woman after he entered her home and attacked at step two other women in Anaheim hotel a fifth, woman was punched and knocked down while jogging in garden grove Laguna beach couple went. Up against the, California coastal commission and loss bid panel says the, owners of the, Victoria beach Property are in violation of public access and must pay a. Million dollar fine and remove, the sea wall.
"dr cameron" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Felt like something out of a movie they were huge they were huge I mean so dark and and the, the flames they were big I can't even describe it I. Mean they were huge she and several other evacuees I've been talking. To say they're still in shock. A man is accused of starting this intentionally and they hope fire crews can stop the flames before they destroy homes in this neighborhood. Reporting live in lake Elsinore Cooper Rummell KNX ten seventy NewsRadio last time we talked, to photographer Matt harp, the fire was headed straight at. Homes on the place called Dale court he was right there and it sounds like he's right. There again Matt tell us what's happening Well we've got active fire lying directly towards deal core at the moment he fire has crested over right canyon the fire the fire links are very high. Probably not even fifty to sixty, yards away. From the beginning of the homes here on Dale court what's the situation. As far as putting it out or are there any drops or, any. Firefighters there right now Yes firefighting from Riverside County fire arguing structure protection we. Actually just received a direct hit from a faucet drop painted the first part of the neighborhood a very pink You. Can hear fighters through airdrops the, buffing right now We're gonna get another fuss check here in about. Ten seconds and understand you? Gotta check drop, on you how how. Did that feel I'm a very very nice color pink All right thank you very much talk, for Matt, Hartman there in. The fire at a place called Dale court it's three thirty three now people are being warned about the ash that's, falling from the holy fire Riverside County, public health, officer Dr Cameron Kaiser tells KNX it can be toxic and lead to breathing problems as well as I in skin conditions. Water and, a.
"dr cameron" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Turtle and the crocodiles that they would both have an picture as they determine it first sex but that they crocodile we'd be exactly the opposite of it out that's weird and that this means that the planet now is increasingly conducive to the creation of crooked deal in mail and the female turtles and that it is everything is going to be going through dramatic change because uh seems to me we are going to be having a lot of imbalances and nature as a way of working at imbalance to balance them out and there is another professor who is the author of this a new study she's a marine biological researcher with the joint institute for marine and atmospheric research at the university of hawaii her name is dr cameron allen and she is working at this and saying you know the sea turtles are like sentinels on these changes they're telling us something is going on in the oceans and we at better pay hey attention and she says that the government of australia has already started to take steps toward helping sea turtles uh their funding the what's called the rain island recovery project they're trying to support that the turtles would be.