18 Burst results for "Dr Lloyd"

"dr lloyd" Discussed on The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

08:09 min | 9 months ago

"dr lloyd" Discussed on The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

"Before we can begin to tell you the story of what fidget has been up to all of season seven. We must i actually go back to the beginning of the end of season. Six or you see the start of fidget season. Seven story takes place moments before the beginning of episode number six thirteen where we find evil mastermind. Dr steve and his sock shaped assistant figured skulking around the front door of dr floyd some oratory. Now listen up louis. Dr grant and chips will be back from the world's most brilliant scientists to was at any moment we must act quickly. If my plan is going to work my plan is that i'm going to return the time and space travel device here to dr lloyd. Yes i'm going to return it. But you see you find suck shape little buddy. I'll going to steal back that way. Dr floyd will think that i don't have it anymore. When i really do have it. And we'll be able to plunder all history unfeted from the bonds of being chased by dr lloyd. That's the easy part fidget. You're going to steal it. Back by hiding inside. Dr floyd's the tori you'll get inside the same way you always get inside a locked door through the mail slot. We don't have time to argue. The episode is about to begin getting the mail slot and after i return the time and space travel device. Swipe it back then make time jump and meet me at three pm at the rendezvous point. Yes the saddle river public library now. No more talk get in the mail slot who stopped and with this procedure put into practice. We began episode number six thirteen then in the closing moments of that very same episode the more perceptive of our patrons now realize that voyager did indeed steal back the time and space travel device and make time jump to the rendezvous point. The saddle river public library. Dr steve was nowhere to be found. Of course we know. what figure. Doesn't that dr. Steve had become trapped with dr lloyd. In the world of classic literature. Vigil was all set to wait for whatever length of time. It was going to take until. Dr steve arrive. Then he remembered that with the time has device he had all the time in the world so we decided to make a little time jump for himself and this is why we now find featured in philadelphia and the year. Seventeen thirty three where he's been for the past two weeks learning to play chess and speak italian with none other than benjamin franklin chirp rate. Yeah well you have one again my small friend or should i say bravo benny fatto. No as per our agreement you must challenged me to a task which i will learn more italian. Okay now shelby memorizing destructive pronouns. Or shall i be voice to translate some documents from english to italian. Hamlet's soliloquy you offered up of mighty challenge indeed my friend but it's a challenge. I'm more than ready to set upon completing all right now. Shall we play another game. Be going oh yes. Nearly three o'clock time via daily walk. Where do you hit off to every day. Three back to the subtle river place to meet up with your boss. Well it's been fortunately for me that he never shows up. I dread the day does daily just games over these past few weeks and made me not only a better player but a better speaker of i well if your boss does meet you and you go back to work. Do you think you'll be maybe venturing back this way again. If you don't come back today you'll be back in seventeen eighty three well. Let's fifty years from now. Well as i've always said employer time well if minister get leisure you you my friend. Things planned out very far in advance. Indeed really if you don't return today l. In seventeen eighty three but topi surprised by memory of us to bit fifty. Years is a long haul. I'll probably have very poor vision in seventeen eighty three. Why i bet. I'll i'll have to invent some sort of site aid. Even help me see the chessboard. Down here where. I'll keep the home fires burning for you. That's an idea. Well i wish you safe travels fidget. May journeys never wind up in checkmate and with that featured exited. Ben franklin's house and made a time jump back to settle river city in the rendezvous point to meet dr. Steve will be back from the world of plastic literature when fidget arrives. If dr steve has returned will he be mad that featured has made time jumps without him and just one is ben franklin thinking now that richard has left you boy. I shoot could go for a hotdog. I now next time on the radio. Adventures of dr flowing episode. Never seventy four of the radio. Adventures of dr floyd start chuck mccann benjamin franklin. Www dot chuck mccann dot net music for this episode by jodi white sides www dot jody. White sides dot com. This episode was written by grant pachuco and recorded at dr floyd studios in beautiful downtown burbank. California get your parents permission. And call our voicemail line at area code eight one eight three three two three zero five three episode number seventy four of the radio adventures of dr floyd is copyright two thousand nine dr floyd industries. Llc all rights reserved lia the airwaves. clear the airwaves. It's now time for dr floyd's imagination nation ranger's secret message for you members of the dr floyd imagination nation remember kids only official radio adventures of dr floyd imagination nation. Rangers can zip code. Dr floyd secret message with the secret dakota ring available only from www dot imagination ranger dot com. All right. grab your secret. Dakota rings a pencil and paper and prepare to set your imagination to fund. Remember dr floyd. He is counting on you. And here is the radio adventures of dr floyd imagination nation. Ranger's secret message for episode number. Seven t four figured takes a trip twelve one three seventeen six twenty three eighteen seventeen to one seven fourteen. Eight three seventeen eight fifteen fifteen three twenty five twenty three twenty three twenty three eight four fourteen five eight nine seven one three twenty three fifteen seven twelve twenty five eight fifteen fifteen and that was a message from doctor for himself to all his imagination asian rangers. You can join dr floyd's imagination patient and become an imagination.

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"dr lloyd" Discussed on Geeks in Love

Geeks in Love

04:05 min | 10 months ago

"dr lloyd" Discussed on Geeks in Love

"Starring george. Zuko dwight frye. Mary carlisle nineteen forty-three black and white unrated the marvelously theatrical george zuko plays a dual role as functional clayton twins who also happen to be doctors. Predictably one twin is good. The other evil. Dr lloyd clinton is forced to kill his brother. Elwyn in self-defense. Elwyn you happen to be well-versed in the dark arts. Returned from the grave to exact. His revenge elwin viciously sleighs. Lloyd colleagues leaving mounting trail of evidence pointing to the surviving sibling. Elwin is aided in his evil acts by hunchbacked. Assistant played by the white fry. Well i'm not sure what to think of this one. It could go either way. Could be plastic or could be a dud. We'll find out tonight on popcorn horror movie rooms. Hello and welcome to pass the pot cart. Horror movie roulette the show where we'll be watching fifty horror movies from the horror classics fifty movie pack anniversary edition every week. I'm your host glade packer. And i've never seen any of these except for house on haunted hill which will becoming to at some point. But it's been long enough. That i don't remember much of it in the show notes as where you can find the movie legally or you can google to find it and before we get started. What a week. It has been my friends. I'm really amazed and thankful that there are now eleven of you as of this recording. Thank you so much for continuing this crazy journey with me. I know it's been rough. And i'm still learning and whatnot but thank you for coming with me through this process. I hope you're enjoying it as much as i am except for that one really boring movie. Hopefully this movie will not be another revolt of the zombies. Because i don't think any of us can can survive that again. So oh yes and there's one other bit of news to as of this recording there will be seven about seventeen days left for this humble. Bundle for judge. Dredd comex about fifty four comics. You can pay twenty five dollars and the money can be distributed in any way that you want to a charity of your choice. Not i'm sorry. I've your choices for the uk cancer association. I think i can't remember all the details but that information will be in the show notes and well let's get right to it. Shall we starting and three to please. Don't be revolt of zombies. Type one. no actually. That's okay now go. Apparently it's not a very good book you can you say with that since well within this ocean. The night are shrouded. Megyn big one so because you would your julie they cannot exist. Winston was story. Food frightened. John which were long. We will know on on on the wings of mike. The holy.

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"dr lloyd" Discussed on Conners Clinic Live - Dr Kevin Conners

Conners Clinic Live - Dr Kevin Conners

05:51 min | 11 months ago

"dr lloyd" Discussed on Conners Clinic Live - Dr Kevin Conners

"What we know is that these calcium channels. The they normal operation is is upset by these m. f. exposures and that calcium is leaking into the sales and everything that that means which is in a nutshell premature aging and then possibly diseases and we have a concentration of calcium channels in our brains and so this is again another So there's lots of lots of different Avenues losses for ways that the apps affecting us which the literature showing a really very clearly. Yeah yeah and the scary thing is is like you said it's not gonna besse -sarily in one sense. I want to be careful. Say this was a huge blessing that you got sick Not only did it. Will you towards your lights worked here. But most people won't experience that they'll end up with a disease down the road like alzheimer's disease in their sixties. Never never put the two things together. That was because of f. Exposure plus toxic exposure so they damage the blood brain barrier toxins. Could get into the brain caused these cell damage and Take goals and led to the disease of alzheimer's. Never putting the two things together in the sad thing is is that once you go down that road you have damaged by glioma cells videos are not fixable. Even if you stop the nf exposure and you'll get rid of the toxins you can maybe slow the disease crossings at that point but now you can't correct it so bead as proactive as possible in in In in taking care of umf exposure that you are currently feeling is gonna pay dividends down the road a and that's really what your site is about as educating pick it is you know I'm guessing the people watching this. Well the perhaps people The have a story with cancer and then they're just perhaps people are health conscious. And i see so many people. There are supposedly health conscious. And you know the working out and the reaching the right foods and they put in all these expensive pills and potions into the body And yet the not there. Oh completely overlooking this really basic talk seeing. It's a killer you know. These are killer they're slowly killing. You know this is what again. What the sciences saying And it's not just the maps obviously. Cms with the other toxins and we've got studies on this also how ems interact with other toxins notably with heavy metals..

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"dr lloyd" Discussed on Conners Clinic Live - Dr Kevin Conners

Conners Clinic Live - Dr Kevin Conners

04:07 min | 11 months ago

"dr lloyd" Discussed on Conners Clinic Live - Dr Kevin Conners

"I believe they're called who manufacture these switches. Which kind of plug on play is electric into do so. You can't do it you know just if you could actress. Don't recommend that. Get an electrician to but it's easy to do easy to install. You have a plethora of this information on your website so that data that you discussed is that available at electric said not 'cause Soda point everybody to that will have data so that people can live at your website. It's wonderful interviews. I just wanna say in great source of information. They're out there Back to we started this on there. So many people that out there in the world that pooh-poohed this until they end up with serious disease and they start really looking at causes and and realize that they're affected by this A lot of things that we talk about people. They're searching people that are much more Dega affected by ems than others. Some of it has to do with a certain family of genes. That if you have deep exxon you're going to be more affected. Some of it has to do big part of it s to do you have any inflammation in the braid At any microbial damage. That's a certain type of salary braid and that could be caused concussion. That could be caused from a like an infection. Like i'm disease anything that could cause it increase in population of the brain. That person is going to be much more susceptible to tear decorative effects of the of apps. But what we have said for a long time. Is that the rise of early dementia in alzheimer's disease. It's certainly tied to toxin exposure but you cannot eliminate the negative effects of toxins plus. Ems in how. That's impacting our brain. Because these eve going right to our body they're going right your brain. There's nothing stopping your skull is not protecting you And what it's doing to neural tissue. That has very little space for next. S inflammation is just right scary. Yes so just bounce back on that one of the things which is very clear from the research and this is researched dating by the nineteen seventies. Is that radiofrequency microwave. Exposures as used a by cell phones and similar devices have the ability to damage the blood brain barrier and This is Nine hundred seventy s research in this which has been replicated over and over and over again and the blood brain barrier is very important for keeping toxins out keeping neutral seen in one sound barrier is damaged Then there's gonna be there possibly whole lot of consequences downstream from that in terms of Medical outcomes in terms of symptoms in terms of why called seizes and in terms of little diseases. So i don't think we can underestimate just that just that aspect of it and again there is a lot of science behind so one of the one of the bits of science which is particularly that which has been brought which is a work by dr martin. Paul on these voltage gated calcium channels. Which are all over our body in the cells and it's where there are concentrations of these voltage gated calcium channels..

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"dr lloyd" Discussed on Conners Clinic Live - Dr Kevin Conners

Conners Clinic Live - Dr Kevin Conners

03:49 min | 11 months ago

"dr lloyd" Discussed on Conners Clinic Live - Dr Kevin Conners

"There's all kinds of m s in the average bedroom i can tell you the magnetic there's four kinds so there's four kinds of ems the radio frequency radiation. Which we've been talking about right from the beginning which is five the wireless and everything else. The electric fields so soon as you built wiring you've got electric fields. Whether you have something switched on all not you can be in total darkness but you in an electric field. You're sleeping in an electric field. It's creating electrical tension in your body and the third kind is magnetic fields so if everything switched off you shouldn't being a magnetic field unless maybe there's a warring era which is very common also wang is extremely common up to two thirds of homes have wiring errors and then Falsely is dirty electrcity. Which boy i mean. This is going to be off of people if he's never heard about this. Our homes in our filled with dirty electricity sounds evil and nastily is and the links again with this duty electricity to cancer. Just that in itself. I mean we've got studies linking these exposing schools terrible With terrible outcomes with These exposures of duty electricity these frequencies which are on the electrical wiring which shouldn't be in fat and the problem is in your my goodwill. Yeah but if he's only electrical wire not so k. 'cause it's on the wire. Yeah we'll it's it doesn't stay on the why because most homes have rolex plastic coated wiring and it does not contain the enough's okay unless you have special shielded wiring so most homes ninety percent of homes of got this ordinary warring and this duty electricity permeates out. So where i'm going with. This third recommendation is to four a week if possible go. Oh breaker panel and switch off the electrical circuit for your bedroom not guaranteeing that. This is going to solve your problems. Might you feel better and the instantly you'll sleep like a baby but try because again because we can have imbalances in electrical system in your home's electrical wiring system which can mean we can you can create more than would otherwise be the case c. You try it was always listen to your body and say and try it for seven days and if you find after seven days it's better than we would look for more long term solution which is like will i have which is an automated shots off now and i just go to bed and his magnetic fields electric fields all dirty electricity. You your power is completely. Shut up regular panel to your at night. It is so. I use so. I'm europe so and coming cold gigahertz solutions which make China germany and they make like you know all the building. Biologists and people will top people are using the gigahertz solutions meters. And i have a few cheap wong's I mean we've got high end meets as you know in the thousands of dollars which they produced and they also produce these altho- cutoffs which you need to get electrician to install But in in the us so eight just what happens with me. Is i go to bed unless we saw out at it switches a circuit off. And then if i want to go out for in the middle of the night i can switch on and the the circuit is reactivated by me switching the line and it's so it's yeah it's on is what i use with gigahertz solutions but It's a company called. Emf so it's Ems sleep saif..

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"dr lloyd" Discussed on Conners Clinic Live - Dr Kevin Conners

Conners Clinic Live - Dr Kevin Conners

04:32 min | 11 months ago

"dr lloyd" Discussed on Conners Clinic Live - Dr Kevin Conners

"How curious is that schumer's web people putting women putting cell phones in their bras chimneys in exactly the same position as the cell phone in the bra so can cancer so with a cell phone. It's using your again back to distance. Is your friend. Think about that when you think about maps distances your friend putting maximum distance between you on the phone. That's what you need to do when you're using. So how can you do that when you're using it. well either. The put it on speakerphone. That's not always possible. Only use what's called an edge. Shoob had set an aunt. Shoop had said that's it. That's what you're using has a little bit of h ube in as it as the name suggests in the wire which breaks signal because otherwise that why can attract the ambient radiation in the room and beaming up to your brain and therefore actors and antenna. Basically and i'm pretty by this. Radiation affects the is already there in the environment because we keep saying we're surrounded if we can't see it most people don't feel it. It doesn't mean you're not being impacted and again that's what the science says very important point. Is that these exposures affect everybody. It's now because you can't feel it that the not impacting you yourselves can feel. This is what the science is saying. So using an has had using speakerphone using airplane mode as much as possible and avoiding using Your cell phone in your car like you fired a caged spit like the microwave and we're talking about earlier. These are just some simple steps texts. Don't talk don't go silly on the texting. Either we want to be using wad connections preferably and cell phones. Might be sexy and seductive. But they're dangerous they using radiofrequency microwave radiation. That's why we should not be abusing of them particularly our children. So that's the first thing very very quickly On a cell phone second thing is with regard to wi fi. Everybody's got wi fi. Always great. I don't i never had because i got sick before..

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"dr lloyd" Discussed on Conners Clinic Live - Dr Kevin Conners

Conners Clinic Live - Dr Kevin Conners

05:28 min | 11 months ago

"dr lloyd" Discussed on Conners Clinic Live - Dr Kevin Conners

"Talking about it even if it's not in the right way but there is a kind of an obsession in some quarters about five g in about how dangerous is but the real dangers or all these. Ms which are being exposed to so it's not just about five g. because five g. just another layer five g just another layer of electrosmog was surrounded. By these mine made frequencies both wireless and wired and let's not forget that either you know because our homes offices schools have while electric wiring which are emitting electric fields. Magnetic field and dirty electricity. And we're talking about five g and there are dangers associated with five babe but it's it's always electromagnetic fields which are impacting our health. And that's what the science is saying. I agree with you. We can actually measure someone's with called they're phasing which is a measurement of the electrical impulse of their cell membranes and if a person's phase angle decreases. They don't have that lt electrical impulses their cell membrane. You know they're in the process of dying There's much published data about that. It's not disputable that alternatives. It is standard medicine And what you're talking about. Fields that are dangerous to the human body de fact that impulsive your cell membranes and can it you're talking about this cumulative effect of dirty electricity electrical fields that are around us high wires that are around us. That people will say goal. I don't have a cell phone or i don't use my cellphone very often so that i protected but really. You're not. I mean unless you're going to move somewhere where there is you know. Is there any place that late. You could move to be protected. Maybe some places that are safer than others ota cities but were all beat affected by this. Yes we are all being affected by this and we have being affected by For quite a long time. now really. Since the the volition of of wireless by marconi back in the nineteen thirties. We've been If you look back at the studies than we have We have Certain evidence which is linked king These exposures to difficult How it's affecting the a b. population the bird population And then when radar was introduced. We have more Signs on that..

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"dr lloyd" Discussed on Conners Clinic Live - Dr Kevin Conners

Conners Clinic Live - Dr Kevin Conners

04:02 min | 11 months ago

"dr lloyd" Discussed on Conners Clinic Live - Dr Kevin Conners

"That's a different category. Radiation is what we call ionizing radiation. And what we're talking about here is non ionizing radiation and there's a lot of science pointing to the fact that this the end result of this non ionizing radiation which telecoms industry which even our governments are saying is basically safe the it's only the thermal effects which count on. I'm sorry to a big technical bit of a technical subject straight in here but but what the is saying. Is that the end result of these exposures from all these devices which were using the cell phones and the the wifi and bluetooth and smart devices etc is the same as this ionizing radiation. And so. that's what's important and that's so five g. Is the next evolution in this. This is where we're going Whether we like it or not into this new world of hayek connectivity of greater download speeds between ten and one hundred times faster than four g supposedly that remains to be seen whether that is actually because this high. There's a lot of hype around this. Actually whether that is possible. I'm not entirely sure that that is possible anywhere on the planet is yep And so yeah. There is a lot of hype around this and So five gs quite simply The next evolution in this m. f. You're saying that five g is equivalent to microwave radiation. Everybody thinks microwave. We think of your microwave oven in your kitchen. That is using a certain type of radiation to heat. Food much faster than You know what convection on something And those waves are hopefully blocked by the wall of your microwave so that they're not feed exposed to you though one could measure the waves coming out of your microwave with a reader Show that microwave ovens are dangerous but you only have those entre admitted he your food with your dear a five g tower. You're exposed to those twenty four seven So firstly with regards. When i say microwave yes. I mean microwave. Light microwave ovens so microwave ovens operates two point four gigahertz and is actually the same frequency as what most wifi modem routers operate. And there's some high frequencies being used now in the five and ten gigahertz range but yes when we so so when we say gigahertz that means billions of cycles so yes. That's the first strange thing which is how can we be using. The same frequencies for wifi is being used in a microwave. It's not exactly the same characteristics multi it it's more complex radiation which we're using for communication because it has data laid onto. It was well and that which is not appointing east favor at all. But yes so. It's microwave and we talk. We talk about frequency and whenever we talk about. Ms we talking about frequency and wavelength and these are these are connected. And the high the frequency the low the wavelength and vice versa So yes it's about microwave radiation very clearly. That's what five g means. And he's five g in internet of things and just to be clear so there's a lot of Talk about five g and in a way. I'm kind of glad that.

"dr lloyd" Discussed on Conners Clinic Live - Dr Kevin Conners

Conners Clinic Live - Dr Kevin Conners

04:50 min | 11 months ago

"dr lloyd" Discussed on Conners Clinic Live - Dr Kevin Conners

"We really recommend that you go to his website. He has tons of information the dangers of emf's and particularly. We're gonna talk about today as five g the dangers of by g. That's coming out back. In lloyd's life states this on its website one day and two thousand two. He answered a cell phone soon. After the highly debilitating symptoms would used all tixx of electromagnetic devices. Sure some people listening that kid relate to that device in his home and his workplace loyd has now made it his life's mission to raise awareness about the dangers. A nfc fields share the remarkable discoveries that is made on his quest to recover his health. Will t realized that was a major cost sport for over ten years. Lloyd has been speaking at online events. Podcasts radio shows in hosts his own bi monthly. ems health. podcast highly. Recommend you listen to that there other his website. He's the author of the book. Long turn protection and creator of the era health summit and founder of the website that we spoke about electric sense dot com loyd. So happy to have you here The talk about it really. I want to concentrate this interview of five g. A lot of people don't really understand it. I certainly don't fully understand it There's a lot bead in from the general public. I think you would state that. So could you explain what five g. is in wyatt's can be dangerous to the huge..

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"dr lloyd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"dr lloyd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Suggest the punishment. They didn't know what the hell's aboard wanted, so they didn't try to guess. And this brings us to the single biggest problem. Rebecca Season the system, the doctors who sit on these medical boards. It's a distinguished position to be on the Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners. They have to be appointed by the governor. There's a full time staff that supports the board attorneys, administrators, medical consultants, and they sit in judgment of doctors. But as far as judges go They're amateurs. Most of them are doctors. They have lots of training in medicine and very little training an administrative law. Deciders in Dr LaPaglia, his case, the three board members on his panel or Julianne Cole. She's a consumer member, Dr Phyllis Miller and obedient Diane and Dr Stephen Lloyd. Dr. Lloyd was the newest member of the board. He'd never done any of this before. In fact, this was his second day on the job. I hadn't even had orientation. I mean, I want and I've never been to a board may not read all the ruling when they were like we're going to split off into panels for the for the contested case hearings now, did you? Have any sense of what that meant or what it would look like. So what did you do? Did somebody tell you like you go into this room with these people? What about Boo? Yeah. Sideways, Brick. I mean, I had no, I had no idea. You know, It's just a very confusing saying that the first time you're in because I just didn't understand the decorum. I didn't understand how this proceeding. I mean, I had you know, I'm sitting in there. And when the guy who came in who looked like a judge and talked like a judge, But what does this look like? Is this real court and by the jury, and if I am the jury, do I behave the same way a jury behaves. Dr. Lloyd told me. He did have a brief orientation that morning, but no special training. No real prep for this. Basically, he was just thrown into it. So it Dr LaPaglia is hearing He kind of winged. It went with his gut. And he identified with Dr LaPaglia. Dr Lloyd is an addiction doctor. He spent two years as Tennessee's opioids are and also like LaPaglia. He's in recovery from a pill addiction. And so you know if they're presenting this, you know, here's this. Here's this figure that I don't know the background on That looks pretty sympathetic. He's done the things you need to do. I'm a second chance guy. He related to Dr LaPaglia. He'd also made bad decisions while in the throes of a drug addiction. Although to be clear, LaPaglia testified. He was sober at the time. He was writing the fraudulent prescriptions and had been for years, I think, equated, you know. Hey, this guy anything you know, Although I didn't write scripts, you know, still medications people, which is You know which is bad and I got better and and I think he could get better. For Lloyd LaPaglia said all the right things he.

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"dr lloyd" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"dr lloyd" Discussed on KQED Radio

"If a doctor is guilty of the charges and another hearing where the doctor is disciplined, and at that point, they could learn other information about a defendant's past both good and bad. That's how criminal courts work. Once the jury has determined person skill, the judge is the one who does the sentencing and gets to hear more about the defendant. Thie solution. Rebecca points out as the benefit of being readily available to the board. It's already illegal under Tennessee law. Last September, the medical board members and staff had an offsite retreat. Rebecca was there she recorded it for her notes for her book on licensing boards. And one of the things they discussed was Dr LaPaglia case what had gone wrong? Dr. Lloyd was still upset about it. Doctor LaPaglia is a practicing doctor in Tennessee. Right now. He does House calls for $50 cash, and Lloyd explained what he sees as the real problem with that kind of outcome with this halfway discipline they gave LaPaglia They've made it so he can't get a job at a hospital or medical clinic, but he can still see patients. Dr Lloyd said, quote he can only work in a cash based practice. And so the most vulnerable Tennesseans are the ones at risk. And that's not awesome, because the very population that I work personally with on a daily basis. I just put somebody back out there and I'm struggling with that. Damn. Chavis is one of the producers of our program. Rebecca Allensworth wrote about medical boards and Dr LaPaglia his case for the New York Review of Books. And if you borrowed a small hotel, you need allies. And for all you sell, you may think I'm romancing. But the tank you bashing in the dancing. You need a licence. Whatever you do, one of two things. They attempted it through some bagel. The gods are a touch of the flu. You don't need a license for that. Now I've got lice and cold people put up with together today Includes him at.

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"dr lloyd" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"dr lloyd" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Kaufman's boss said later at aboard retreat where they discussed this case that they felt a little bit knocked down by the whole thing. So it LaPaglia is hearing, Kaufman just presented the straight facts of the case and told the panel with their options were for disciplining him didn't suggest a punishment. They didn't know what the hell's the board wanted. So they didn't try to guess. And this brings us to the single biggest problem. Rebecca Season the system, the doctors who sit on these medical boards. It's a distinguished position to be on the Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners. You have to be appointed by the governor. There is a full time staff that supports the board attorneys, administrators, medical consultants, and they sit in judgment of doctors. But as far as judges go They're amateurs. Most of them are doctors. They have lots of training in medicine and very little training an administrative law. Deciders in Dr Lappe Agnes Case, the three board members on this panel Julianne Cole. She's a consumer member, Dr Phyllis Miller and obedient and Dr Stephen Lloyd. Dr. Lloyd was the newest member of the board. He'd never done any of this before. In fact, this was his second day on the job. I have even had orientation. I mean, I want and I've never been to a board may not read all the ruling when they were like we're going to split off into panels for the for the Contestant case hearings now, did you? Have any sense of what that meant or what it would look like. So what did you do? Did somebody tell you like you go into this room with these people? What do you mean? No, I had no idea. You know, It's just very confusing, saying that the first time you're in because I just didn't understand the decorum. I didn't understand how this proceeding. I mean, I had you know, I'm sitting in there. And when the guy who came in who looked like a judge and talks like a judge, But what does this look like? Is this real court and by the jury And if I am the jury, do I behave the same way a jury behaves. Dr. Lloyd told me. He did have a brief orientation that morning, but no special training. No real prep for this. Basically, he was just thrown into it. So it Dr LaPaglia is hearing He kind of winged. It went with his gut. And he identified with Dr LaPaglia. Dr Lloyd is an addiction doctor. He spent two years as Tennessee's opioids are and also like LaPaglia. He's in recovery from a pill addiction. And so you know if they're presenting this, you know, here's this. Here's this figure that I don't know the background on That looks pretty sympathetic. He's done the things you need to do. I'm a second chance guy. He related to Dr LaPaglia. He also made bad decisions while in the throes of a drug addiction. Although to be clear, LaPaglia testified. He was sober at the time. He was writing the fraudulent prescriptions and had been for years, I think, equated, you know. Hey, this guy anything you know, Although I didn't write scripts are you know I still medications people, which is you know which is bad, and I got better and And I think he could get better. For Lloyd LaPaglia said all the right things he said he was drawn to treating people with addictions to Ben's is because that's what he was addicted to. He said. He took issue with the way addiction clinics were treating patients with benzo addictions that they weren't.

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"dr lloyd" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"dr lloyd" Discussed on KCRW

"Right? And I just read that I'm revoking just based on the he used another doctor's D E. A license number to prescribe patients just Just just based on flat backs. Drug charges, used another doctor's DEA license, You know, drug dealing, right? Just just a plain facts. No. No defense attorney. No prosecutor. I just saw that written down on a piece of paper. No LaPaglia room. I revoke your license. It's so interesting and and this is well, it's something I've gained an appreciation for, and I think I'm really trying to work on this. A zoo board member It is very difficult to sit there with another human being in front of you. And You know what I want to say. Drop the hammer. It's a human being. It's much easier on a sheet of paper, right? Because when I'm sitting there, I see a guy that's presented this way. He doesn't look emaciated. He looks healthy. His dress professionally. You got a child that he has emotion around like me as a dad. Do. I want to give him a chance to get that back? Yeah. Others. But it's not fair to say that's the whole reason. The case one sq. The doctors look too kindly on a fellow doctor sitting before them. Because when considering what to do with LaPaglia is medical license and whether he should be a practicing doctor. The board members never got a full airing of his past misdeeds. As soon as the hearing was over, Dr LaPaglia did something that made Dr Lloyd suspicious. I stood up and you know it was headed out and he approached me. And I can't remember his exact words. But it was very Placating. Almost like I appreciate what you've done in your own life. I would like to have that. Write that kind of thing. And I knew and I knew it was both. He felt like he was being manipulated. Something about LaPaglia is affect felt fake. I knew I had made in the state of my little man inside of me that I used my barometer. People like all man, Steve This guy's a shyster. He kissed my hand. I couldn't and I'm sorry to just sign I couldn't stand. It couldn't stand it. It warm. It's what I went outside and Googled it. I said good bye to everybody walked out to my car. I grab my phone, not drug. I sat there and I Googled his name.

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"dr lloyd" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"dr lloyd" Discussed on KCRW

"Disciplining him didn't suggest a punishment. They didn't know what the hell's the board wanted. So they didn't try to guess. And this brings us to the single biggest problem. Rebecca Season the system, the doctors who sit on these medical boards. It's a distinguished position to be on the Tennessee board of Medical Examiners. They have to be appointed by the governor. There's a full time staff that supports the board attorneys, administrators, medical consultants, and they sit in judgment of doctors. As far as judges go, they're amateurs. Most of them are doctors. They have lots of training in medicine and very little training an administrative law. The deciders in Dr LaPaglia, his case the three board members on his panel. Julianne Cole. She's a consumer member, Dr Phyllis Miller and obedient Ryan and Dr Stephen Lloyd. Dr. Lloyd was the newest member of the board. He'd never done any of this before. In fact, this was his second day on the job. I had even had orientation. I mean, I want and I've never been to a board may not read all the ruling when they were like we're going to split off into panels for the for the Contestant case hearings now, did you? Have any sense of what that meant or what it would look like. So what did you do? Did somebody tell you like you go into this room with these people? What did I do? Yeah. Sideways burn. What I mean, I had no, I had no idea. You know, It's just a very confusing saying that the first time you're in because I just didn't understand the decorum. I didn't understand how this proceeding. I mean, I had you know, I'm sitting in there. And when the guy who came in who looked like a judge and talked like a judge, But what does this look like? Is this real court and by the jury, and if I am the jury, do I behave the same way a jury behaves. Dr. Lloyd told me. He did have a brief orientation that morning, but no special training. No real prep for this. Basically, he was just thrown into it. So it Dr LaPaglia is hearing He kind of winged. It went with his gut. And he identified with Dr LaPaglia. Dr Lloyd is an addiction doctor. He spent two years as Tennessee's opioids are and also like LaPaglia. He's in recovery from a pill addiction. And so you know if they're presenting this, you know, here's this. Here's this figure that I don't know the background on That looks pretty sympathetic. He's done the things you need to do. I'm a second chance guy. He related to Dr LaPaglia. He'd also made bad decisions while in the throes of a drug addiction. Although to be clear, LaPaglia testified. He was sober at the time. He was writing the fraudulent prescriptions and had been for years. I think that equated, you know. Hey, this guy did anything. You know, While I didn't write scripts are, you know still medication from people, which is you know which is bad and I got better and and I think he could get better. For Lloyd LaPaglia said all the right things he.

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"dr lloyd" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"dr lloyd" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You think about the barriers that people have two getting treatment on an outpatient basis for something like hope you would use disorder number one transportation number two fear of coming into an environment where you could be exposed to the The covert virus number three the ability to get your medication right? And so what Telehealth has done is it has allowed us to meet people where they are. While the National Institutes of Health says there's abundant evidence that medications reduce opioid An estimated 80% of Americans who could benefit from the drugs. Don't receive them case in 800.40% of US counties don't have a license provider for Beaupre, nor fee. The efficacy of which Dr Lloyd himself is a living testament. Lloyd describes his own downward spiral into addiction. There's a saying in recovery circles that one is too many, and 1000 is not enough. And that pretty much sums it up Early in his career. He was driving home feeling stressed and found leftover hydrocodone pills prescribed to him by his dentist. He broke one in half and swallowed it. The time I got home suddenly my life was better. Suddenly this pain that I was dragging around with me and the anxiety and all the things I was worried about, just kind of melted away. Within a few weeks, he was hooked, and the next four years, he says, became a constant pill chase. You know, every day became about Do I have enough to get through this day? Um, I'm going to run out. Where am I going to get it next, but I couldn't quit. Comes every time I didn't have the pill. I got sick and it's all I thought about Lloyd even pocketed extra pills from his own patients by use just accelerated so much and then you know, it becomes hard to find 100 Viking in a day. Not even for me by 2000 for Lloyd says he was no longer able to conceal his addiction from his family and his dad confronted him, he said, Steve, he said, You have a drug problem. I see your daddy. I do. I said I don't know what I'm going to do. I said I'm going to lose my wife going to lose my house. I'm gonna lose my medical license. We'll lose everything. I worked my whole life for And he said, he said ST Know that stuff's going to do you any good if you did at that point, Lloyd said he finally had the will to beat his addiction, but it wasn't enough. He also needed nine injections of buprenorphine at the beginning of detox medication holds cravings at bay. It gives people a fighting chance because people relapse because the cravings it sounds like Telehealth has really lowered the barriers for a lot of folks to get treatment. Specifically medication assistance for opioid addiction. Why were those barriers so hard so high to begin with? A lot of folks look at medication is a crutch. O You're switching one drug for another. And it perplexes me because we don't have problems treating other things that are largely behavioral with medication and example, always uses Type two diabetes. Not do diabetes is largely behavioral. Don't eat right. Don't exercise enough yet we treat it with medication all the time. But unlike other chronic diseases, addiction carry strong stigma and shame. That was embarrassing to me. I felt I don't know. I just felt disgusting. 34 year old Nicole Hernandez is one of Dr Voids patients. She's in recovery from a prescription opioid addiction that began in 2008 after a near fatal car accident. She initially used powerful opioids to manage pain from her multiple injuries. At the worst point of this, How many pills did you need to take Teo dull the pain and to feel Like you were addressing that issue. What depends on which pill but like, let's say of the stronger ones, you know, like 20. Like many others who suffer addiction, Hernandez recalls becoming someone she couldn't recognize. She forge prescriptions and ended up in jail on Lee, then realizing the hold the drugs had on her. Towards the end your pregnancy like you didn't get cravings. Maurine the third trauma, Okay, No. Hernandez is now prescribe Suboxone, which helps lessen her continuous pain, she says without the feeling of addiction and withdrawal. Virtual appointments have kept her from having to visit the clinic. No small comfort for the new mother of twins. It's just been awesome because I never had to leave. My baby side, Lloyd says. Since Telehealth became an option patients rate of showing up for follow up appointment, a key to a long term recovery has doubled, but on its own telehealth is not a silver bullet. Oh, their drawbacks to it, and and I think for the person that tends to isolate Because the opposite of addiction is not recovered. The opposite of addiction is community and relationship. And one of the things that this takes away from us is that relationship..

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"dr lloyd" Discussed on The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"dr lloyd" Discussed on The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

". Begins. . On a dog and stormy night on a remote mountainside, , legally no Japan beer is sixteen fifty. . We are currently a couple of hundred yards from the back. . The eager Inoke Castle for brilliant flashing light illuminates the countryside and they're and Dr. . Greg two dimensional black time and space. . The ramp slowly lows. . Dr. . Paul Figures strives to the bottom of this is evil mastermind Dr Steve Cold. . Cool. . Calculate surveys the surrounding terrain with an Eagle smirk turns and yells back up the ramp fidget I've going to need by Galoshes I don't WanNa get my piggies went. . We here because I have just come up with the most brilliant plan ever Oh wait to get rid of duct Lloyd once and for all. . Video what is the scariest thing you can think of? ? David Hasselhoff singing how dare you insult my favorite singer fidget? ? No I'm talking about subsidies. . They are terrifying even just thinking about them gives me the willies. . When now tell me this? ? who were the greatest fighters that history has ever seen? ? Hulk Hogan and Andre the giant. . Lease be serious for a minute Ninjas. . That's what I'm talking about fidget and that's why we're here in Japan. . This territory was home to the Ninja I work hurriedly standing in the middle of an actual Ninja graveyard. . What Get off my head calm down we've got work to. . Go, , get my combination reanimation and brain control device from the cargo. . Tonight, , we're going to defeat Dr. . Lloyd with our very own army, , of Ninja zombies. . As relieved Dr Steven fidget to press with their sinister plans let's hope that our hero Dr Floyd his young protege Dr Grant and the faithful robot companion chips can provide us with a little sunshine in this darkest of dark episodes are you ready to go trick or treating chips? ? You? ? Like those big ears in the plastic teeth I'm just not sure where you're carrying around a big wooden club. . Patrol. . But what are you carrying around that laptop computer in your other hand? ? Oh that's fantastic. . Very nice chips make people work to figure out what you are. . Okay. . Are you ready to grand almost Dr Foy give me one second here. . Go we're never going to go trick or treating all the good candy will be gone. . By the front door of, , the lab. . Timothy. . You guys ready Yes for crying out. . Loud Dr, , grant chips and I are ready to see her Halloween costume we. . There she already know what you're just come out and show US I just wanted to be perfect when you see it. . Okay I come. . To the. . Waco Waco where am I shakes alive to grade you can't just pop out a chilling wearing 'cause humidity idiots looking what donation you're supposed to be anyway imagine scientist forgotten lab experiment no I finishing creature from the depths of the ocean come to walk the land looking for helpless victims. . No, , I'm ogre stocking the village for fair maidens spirit away back to your cave. . No. . Well, , then what named Peter Jackson? ? Are you supposed to be you Dr Floyd? ? I have the lab coat the bow tie the small head everything. . Oh. . Well. Going . Fine Lookin' costume there. . Dr Grant. . We go trick or treating no, , let's go. . What's wrong chips? ? Okamoto no chips. There's . no reason to be afraid of Halloween. . It's good fun. . Daughter Stephen have made a time trump. . Figures where did they jump to go Japan in? ? Sixteen. . I guess puts the cable on the trick or treating. . Let's go to the ship. . Dash off to their time and space ship and mere moments. . Later, , they are standing in a seemingly empty feed behind the council on the same dark and stormy night or began this episode. . Chips do skin and see if you can find Dr Steve. . There is a sudden brilliant flashing lights followed by a deafening of Sun. . There before our heroes stand Dr Steve and frigid both sporting bright yellow galoshes to keep their piggy strike. . No need to search foamy floyd. . I'm right here. . What are you doing here Steve What are your plotting to steel nothing? ? Always plotting your demise Dr Lloyd and I'm happy to say that I've done it this time get whatever you and featured posed no threat to us. . Perhaps we don't, , but it's not us. You . should be worried about. . What should concern you is one hundred percent authentic army of. . ZOMBIES. . Another flash of lightning reveals that our heroes are now surrounded by an army of Ninjas Zombie. . <music>. . Active your main activities. . Those deeds chewing command, , the whole reanimated reprobates starts chuckling their way toward Dr floored. . Dr Grant and chips is this the end to Dr Lloyd's? ? To Stop Dr, , Steve Dr Steve's perilous plan b the frightful finale of our heroes, , and just how does the bone chilling band of Ninjas zombies few being unceremoniously uprooted from their gruesome graves have to so many years the ground. . Find out next time on the creepy adventures of Dr Floor. .

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Dr. Floyd's Dark And Stormy Night

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

06:01 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Floyd's Dark And Stormy Night

"Begins. On a dog and stormy night on a remote mountainside, legally no Japan beer is sixteen fifty. We are currently a couple of hundred yards from the back. The eager Inoke Castle for brilliant flashing light illuminates the countryside and they're and Dr. Greg two dimensional black time and space. The ramp slowly lows. Dr. Paul Figures strives to the bottom of this is evil mastermind Dr Steve Cold. Cool. Calculate surveys the surrounding terrain with an Eagle smirk turns and yells back up the ramp fidget I've going to need by Galoshes I don't WanNa get my piggies went. We here because I have just come up with the most brilliant plan ever Oh wait to get rid of duct Lloyd once and for all. Video what is the scariest thing you can think of? David Hasselhoff singing how dare you insult my favorite singer fidget? No I'm talking about subsidies. They are terrifying even just thinking about them gives me the willies. When now tell me this? who were the greatest fighters that history has ever seen? Hulk Hogan and Andre the giant. Lease be serious for a minute Ninjas. That's what I'm talking about fidget and that's why we're here in Japan. This territory was home to the Ninja I work hurriedly standing in the middle of an actual Ninja graveyard. What Get off my head calm down we've got work to. Go, get my combination reanimation and brain control device from the cargo. Tonight, we're going to defeat Dr. Lloyd with our very own army, of Ninja zombies. As relieved Dr Steven fidget to press with their sinister plans let's hope that our hero Dr Floyd his young protege Dr Grant and the faithful robot companion chips can provide us with a little sunshine in this darkest of dark episodes are you ready to go trick or treating chips? You? Like those big ears in the plastic teeth I'm just not sure where you're carrying around a big wooden club. Patrol. But what are you carrying around that laptop computer in your other hand? Oh that's fantastic. Very nice chips make people work to figure out what you are. Okay. Are you ready to grand almost Dr Foy give me one second here. Go we're never going to go trick or treating all the good candy will be gone. By the front door of, the lab. Timothy. You guys ready Yes for crying out. Loud Dr, grant chips and I are ready to see her Halloween costume we. There she already know what you're just come out and show US I just wanted to be perfect when you see it. Okay I come. To the. Waco Waco where am I shakes alive to grade you can't just pop out a chilling wearing 'cause humidity idiots looking what donation you're supposed to be anyway imagine scientist forgotten lab experiment no I finishing creature from the depths of the ocean come to walk the land looking for helpless victims. No, I'm ogre stocking the village for fair maidens spirit away back to your cave. No. Well, then what named Peter Jackson? Are you supposed to be you Dr Floyd? I have the lab coat the bow tie the small head everything. Oh. Well. Going Fine Lookin' costume there. Dr Grant. We go trick or treating no, let's go. What's wrong chips? Okamoto no chips. There's no reason to be afraid of Halloween. It's good fun. Daughter Stephen have made a time trump. Figures where did they jump to go Japan in? Sixteen. I guess puts the cable on the trick or treating. Let's go to the ship. Dash off to their time and space ship and mere moments. Later, they are standing in a seemingly empty feed behind the council on the same dark and stormy night or began this episode. Chips do skin and see if you can find Dr Steve. There is a sudden brilliant flashing lights followed by a deafening of Sun. There before our heroes stand Dr Steve and frigid both sporting bright yellow galoshes to keep their piggy strike. No need to search foamy floyd. I'm right here. What are you doing here Steve What are your plotting to steel nothing? Always plotting your demise Dr Lloyd and I'm happy to say that I've done it this time get whatever you and featured posed no threat to us. Perhaps we don't, but it's not us. You should be worried about. What should concern you is one hundred percent authentic army of. ZOMBIES. Another flash of lightning reveals that our heroes are now surrounded by an army of Ninjas Zombie. Active your main activities. Those deeds chewing command, the whole reanimated reprobates starts chuckling their way toward Dr floored. Dr Grant and chips is this the end to Dr Lloyd's? To Stop Dr, Steve Dr Steve's perilous plan b the frightful finale of our heroes, and just how does the bone chilling band of Ninjas zombies few being unceremoniously uprooted from their gruesome graves have to so many years the ground. Find out next time on the creepy adventures of Dr Floor.

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"dr lloyd" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"dr lloyd" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"This intern places Children and adolescents at considerable risk of morbidity and, in some cases, mortality beyond the educational impact. Social impact of school closures. There has been substantial impact on food security and physical activity for Children and families. That's the American Academy of pediatricians, Dr Lloyd Fisher that incoming president of the Massachusetts chapter of that Academy of pediatricians, told reporters. While for most Children, Koven, 19 has not had the devastating and life threatening physical health effects effects that have occurred in adults. The negative impact on their education, Mental health and social development has been substantial unquote. Nothing can take the place of the daily face to face interaction, our Children experience when attending school in person, Dr Fisher said. Senate Health Committee Chairman Lamar Alexander American colleges overall considered the best in the world will be permanently damaged, even closed if they remain in Brown University Presidents Christina Paxson's words, ghost towns, Mitch Daniels, the president of Purdue, wrote. In the Washington Post Up ahead, quote. Failure to take on the job of re opening would not only be anti scientific but also an unacceptable breach of duty. So today, in addition to hearing more about the concerning rise in cases and hospitalizations in some states, I'd like to ask our witnesses and their statements and the answers to questions. Put yourselves in the place of one of America's approximately 14,000 superintendents off school districts or the principal or headmaster, one of 135,000 schools or is president or chancellor of one of 6000 colleges and help them answer the question of how to reopen schools and colleges safely. Doctor found hope that in your opening statement or answers to questions, you suggest steps. A superintendent Mike Take open school safely, and not only how to keep Children safe. But keep safe. The adults teachers, parents, grandparents, with whom they come in contact Dr Han will there be treatments or medicines this fall that will help speed the recovery from Cove in 19 or reduce the possibility of death. I believe the fear of going back to school or going anywhere these days is in large part because of the fear of severe illness or even death if that risk and be lessened by new treatments. It increased confidence in going back to school. I'd also like to commend Dr Hahn and the work the FDA did to get tests on the market quickly as possible to help understand the spread of the virus. Since then, FDA has worked out which tests have not worked as well as they should and taken steps to remove them from the market. That's what's supposed to happen in the urgency of a pandemic, Admiral draw in our last hearing. You said you expected there to be 40 to 50 million diagnostic test available. Month by September. Is that still true? And exactly how does the school district go about making sure it gets those tests and who pays for them? What are the prospects in the shark tank at the National Institutes of Health that there will be new, reliable and inexpensive tests so we can have even more widespread testing and Dr Redfield, you're continuing to work on updated guidelines about going back to school and college safely. And our CDC employee's going to be available in our states. They'll work with school districts to develop their plans. And what advice do you have about the arrival of the flu season? This fall at the same time as covert 19? This is a lot to discuss. But there will be time during the next 2.5 hours to answer Most of those questions. Let me quickly highlight three areas that have come up in our four earlier hearings this month that I think need clarification. First on contact tracing no doubt. Contact tracing is crucially important. It advised the people who might have been exposed so that people who don't so that they don't intern exposed someone else. According to an NPR report on June 18 states have already hired at least 37,000 contact tracers. State officials and John Hopkins Center for Health Security issue issued a report estimating the need for as many as 100,000 contact tracers, several reports suggested. Congress appropriate money to pay for those tracers. The reality is Congress already has on April 24th Congress appropriated 11 billion, which has been sent to states and tribes for the expenses of testing that legislation explicitly said the money could be used for contact tracing. This is in addition to 755 million from the first emergency appropriations legislation on March 6. That could be Used for contact tracing and that's in addition to the March 27 legislation in which Congress appropriated $150 billion. I mean 1.5 billion in the care Zack for states. Territories and tribes to use for covert preparedness and response. The care. Zack also included the $150 billion to states but a significant amount of that $150 billion has not been spent, even though it is all designated for expenses related to covert 19 which include contact tracing, for example, Tennessee's governor has told me he's reserving as much as a 1,000,000,000 of that so that he could Termine. What flexibility hasn't spending the money. Washington State has not spent much as 1.2 billion Missouri State Treasury says they've not spent about a 1,000,000,000 According to report, my state health officials and Johns Hopkins an average salary for a contact tracer would be a little more than $35,000. This adds up to about 3.5 billion for 100,000 contact tracers. So the point is, Congress has already sent two states plenty of money to hire all the contact tracers that air needed second who pays for the testing. And the cares Act. Congress voted to make off over 19 tests available to patients at no cost. Senate Help Committee Chairman.

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