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"dr lynskey" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"dr lynskey" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Podcasts. It is an amazing thing. I mean, I will just tell you at a personal level. I'm sorry for keep speaking of all that in such personal terms with with Dr Lynskey. But when I was talking to people today about this new guidance and what to ask her, everybody personal feelings about it. I realized I did too. And all these questions. Part of it is that I feel like I'm gonna have to rewire myself so that I see somebody out in the world who's not wearing a mask. I don't instantly think you are a threat or you are selfish or you worry, covert Deny her and you definitely haven't been vaccinated. I mean, we're going to have to rewire the way that we look at each other because the CDC is guidance, which she just told me. We are sure is that if you're vaccinated, you don't need to wear a mask except in very specific circumstances. And so that means as we change that is the country. We're going to look at each other differently and have toe unwired are our preconceptions. About what Master lock of a mask means Lack of a mask meant to Rachel Maddow, the MSNBC audience and Biden voters and leftists across America. Lack of a mask meant you were a bad person who was dangerous and you wanted to kill Grandma. She's telling you this on national TV. That's actually what she has thought all this time. Have not been exaggerating. I have not been, you know, pushing it beyond where the facts are. This is what the left is believed. It has been used as a tool not on Lee of manipulation and subject Gatien, but condemnation. If you did not do this, you were a bad person. If you weren't someone Who was willing to go along with the constantly shifting. Oh, this is what we think now. This is what we think that all this is what we think next from Fauci and the other idiots at the CDC found she's a moron. Now he's going on MSNBC's like you know what we really saw here was all the racism of the pandemic is actually saying that stuff. He's been auditioning for his own show at MSNBC for the last year. That's what this guy really has been doing in love with the fame. And all the plaudits all all the praise from leftist all across America. The fancy elites. You know Fauci saved us. What about you? Save us from exactly What was the upside of all this? None of it is the Montreuil. You've noticed that they've switched? Not at all. We didn't have any flu so clearly all this works. Part of the part of the way the seasonal flu works is that you have people traveling all over the world spreading and it usually starts in China. And then you have global travel. And it moves all over the world. So certainly a large percentage of this, and there are other ideas and theories we can talk about as well. Ah, large percentage of this is that you did not have Global travel that actually spreads the seasonal flu. But you already had cove. It spread all over the world. It was already endemic in many populations. That's one reason why you had such a difference. But if it works, so notice the way they shift notice the way they No. All of a sudden they hide the football. You say it. Wait a second. Why are we talking about how well the measures worked against the flu. They were supposed to work against Kobe, and they didn't work at all, folks. That's what we see in all the data. Lockdowns were a failure. California, Florida side my side. Look at them one with an extreme lockdown, one with a very minimal lockdown, if any, at all, really? What? You're gonna tell me that this works. What? What are you talking? You're gonna you're gonna lock down your society. You're gonna destroy millions of jobs and businesses for what you think might be a margin of error difference in the spread of this virus that's called hysteria. That's called moral and intellectual cowardice, which was everywhere during this absolutely everywhere, but I think it's so important for you don't remember. What Rachel Maddow was saying here, which is she's telling her audience because that this is she knows who she's talking to people who live on the Upper West Side and in Brooklyn and in Santa Monica and Northwest D. C. She's telling them all. It's gonna be tough for me to start thinking about people without masks on as something other than horrible and reckless and anti science. Because this was political tribalism and what I told you about it The whole time was true. And now we're going to see that there will be movements to continue this. The federal government Joe Biden, for example, they're going to say that you have to do this on, you know, trains, planes Busses, etcetera for the foreseeable if you're crossing any kind of state line state boundary The federal government so going to mandate this we have to. We have to deal with the stats the reality because they'll seize the narrative. This is what the left does like a little Bolsheviks. They are, they will rewrite history. You know, pretend that there was a great success. Great success from the masks and lockdowns of 2020 and 2021. It was only those trump voting science din IRS that made the virus keeps spreading this. I'm telling you, this is what they're gonna do. They're going to try to bring all this back. They thought a fully compliant and terrified society was a brilliant thing for achieving the Marxist utopia that they believe it and they got close. They felt like all wait. We almost had everyone just bend the knee and do what we said. Stay in your home. Don't go to your business. Do this. Do that You can't breathe. You have to have an obstruction between your mouth and fresh air indoors outdoors. That's what they got away with..

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"dr lynskey" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"dr lynskey" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Watching Joe Biden walk. It's always like man, please gives you great. Oh, so much happiness, huh? We took off our mass. Oh, amazing. Amazing. And, of course, the media ate all of this up. CNN's Alison Camera shy was welling up the tears. Just what was it then lying to you that had you welling up? Because presumably Alyson Camerota, like pretty much Everybody else's CNN has everybody else in America has had the opportunity to get vaccinated. So, um, why was this making you well up as opposed to, you know, once you got the vaccine, and you could go back to your regular life, which we all moved months ago. And this wasn't a secret. They were just lying here is Alison Camerata. I found myself welling up when when Dr Lynskey was talking, and she said, it's and we have an exciting announcement, and I still find myself welling up even right now, because you know You and I talked every morning. You know, during the past year about how many more Americans were going to die, you know what was gonna happen where we're going to make it to the vaccines? Were we all going to survive? What was gonna happen and you know 580,000 Americans didn't make it to this day. You know this day that they say that we can throw these away that we've all been clinging to It's so moving the media's move Now it might have been there dropped to ask questions for, like, you know, the last several months about why it is that we shouldn't have been taking off the masks months ago. But they were too busy kissing ass because this is mostly what they do. By the way, they're not just with flashing on this. They're also whip lashing on schools. So Anthony Fauci again. Where's Anthony? Fashion? What have you done with him yesterday? He was like it's time to open the school's come fall. We gotta open the schools. Yes, Some of us have been knowing this since, like last year, Like last summer. Megan's been in school since October. The hell are you talking like? You're a little late on this one. I believe the school should be open five days. Full blast. Just the way it was. Before that. We really have to do that. By the time we get to the full and if the kids and if the kids were vaccinated, no masks required, right Right, Well again. I'm gonna leave that to the CDC to make that decision. But I would think that that certainly would be an option. If the Children of vaccinated not to have a mask. It's unbelievable. Like I'm gonna leave that to the CDC. You could just say it. You could already coming up. How fast is the left shifting and all the stuff they detecting a backlash. I give you one indicator..

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"dr lynskey" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"dr lynskey" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A big change as the country tries to move to a more routine rhythm. But the CDC still advises wearing mask in some crowded indoor settings like public transit, hospitals and prisons. President Biden mark the milestone, he asked Americans to be tolerant of different attitudes as public behavior changes. Be patient with one another. You know, some may say, just feel more comfortable. Continue to wear a mask. They may feel that way. So if you're someone with a mask, you see them. Please treat them with kindness and respect if you're fully vaccinated. And can take your mask off. You've earned the right to do something that Americans are known for all around the world, greeting others of the smile. CDC director. Dr Rochelle will landscape Green lit the new guidance today and she joins me now, Doctor Wolinsky, welcome back to the news hour. So this is a big change. What is the new information that led to this and how do you know it's right? Good evening, Judy. Thanks for having me. You know, there are several things that were all happening at exactly the same time, which I think really motivated us to move forward. The first is over the last two weeks. Our case rights in this country have come down by about a third likely very much due to the scale up of vaccinations that we've been able to Diogo. Second is that you know, we have new science. Now that basically shows that the vaccine is working its effectiveness in real world settings outside of the trial outside of our trials has demonstrated that it works just as well as it did in the trials that these vaccines are working against variants and that if you are vaccinated, you're very unlikely to be able to get asymptomatic disease and therefore transmit to other people. So the science really all sort of coalesced at the same time, and then, finally where to place in this country right now, where everyone is eligible to get a vaccine. If you're over the age of 12, and it's available, we fortunately have supply right now that is available to everyone who is eligible. You can text 4388 to 9 and put in your zip code. And when you do that, you will see five vaccination sites near you that you can get a vaccine. So just to be clear. People who've been fully vaccinated can now go what to the grocery store to restaurants bars to a friend's birthday party without wearing a mask. We believe that based on the science and the data that we have in our access to that fully vaccinated people will be safe and doing those activities. Now. What I want to say is that we still are deferring to the local jurisdictions to make local policies. So, for example, we do suggest the local jurisdictions look at their own vaccination rates. Look at the own case rates in their area because the country is not uniformed with regard to both cases and vaccine scale up and to make some of those policies locally. But the data have now demonstrated to us that it's safer, vaccinated people to take off their masks, so people do need to pay attention to their local guidance as well as what they're hearing. From the CDC. And what about in terms of where Still people should be careful public transportation and you're saying big crowds indoors and but everywhere outdoors is okay. Yeah, We're really you know, this was the move today was really to talk about individuals and what individuals air safe doing the hard work that we have ahead of us that CDC is to now take our guidance in each individual setting and apply the guidance that we released today to each of these individual settings. What does this mean for transport and for our travel corridors? What does this mean for schools? What does this mean for child care centers? What does this mean for many other settings, And so that's the hard work that we have ahead of us. Dr Lynskey. I'm sure you know people are still going to be concerned. They're going to say OK, I may be able to go out without a mask. I've been fully vaccinated. But there may be others without a mask who have not been vaccinated. And what is my risk from them in this new world? This new set of guidelines So if you are fully vaccinated, the risk is extraordinarily low. And that was why based on the studies that we have we have been published and that we have seen the risk to the vaccinated person is extraordinarily wrong low. I want to emphasize that if unvaccinated people choose to take off their mask, and they have not been vaccinated And the risk to them is still the same as it was before, So we really want to empower people to take these this responsibility into their own hands. If you are unvaccinated, please get vaccinated to decrease that risk. And if you don't choose to be vaccinated, then please continue to wear a mask and practice. All of the mitigation strategies We have moved have said up until now. But this truly is an honor system. Is it not? I mean, we heard President Biden say today. You're going to be enforcement mechanisms. They're not going to go around arresting people who haven't been vaccinated who are not wearing masks. I more than calling it an honor system. I might say people are responsible for their own health. If you're vaccinated. If you're vaccinated, then you take that responsibility and you decide whether you want to wear a mask. It's a very personal decision or whether you don't we believe that it's safe to take your mask off and we felt that was important information for the public to have if you're not vaccinated, that's again is taking your your responsibility for your own health into your own hands. And we would say Protect yourself. We would recommend vaccination, and if not, then I would recommend wearing a mask to other particular areas. I want to ask you about for people who have underlying health conditions. They've been fully vaccinated, but they have those health conditions. Whether it's diabetes or Some respiratory issue. Are these guidelines still for them? So I think there's an important question there. For the most part are vaccination studies and effectiveness. Studies have really demonstrated that for people with some of these underlying health conditions that were they really have. The vaccines have worked quite well, Even in people who are in long term care facilities. The vaccines are working actually, quite well. It is the case that science has started to emerge that if you are immune compromised, for example, if you have had an organ transplant, or if you have cancer if you're undergoing chemotherapy The vaccine's in those populations might not as BBS protective, as in people who are underlying Lee healthy, and so what we would recommend is for those with immune, compromising conditions as well is really any other conditions that that affect your health. That puts you at high risk of disease that you consult your doctor before you take off your mask. And another area. I know where they're a lot of questions has to do with Children indoors outdoors Children of all ages. We now know that down to aged 12. The vaccines are now available. But what about Young Children. People are asking about summer camp, all all kinds of situations. What's the guidance now for them? Right. So it is very clear that in the context of the last 24 hours where we have a new vaccine now for 12 to 15 year olds, and now this new guidance about being able to unmask if you're vaccinated, we do need to update our camp kinds. That is going to be among the first that we need to work towards updating what I would say. For the younger Children. Those who can't get vaccinated right now is that we would still recommend we treat them as if they are unvaccinated and that they should wear masks. And for them outdoors, though no mask. Is that what you're saying outdoors, right, So the same strategy is really applying if you're outdoors If you're in small gatherings, If you're mixing with people in your house holders, another household outdoors, same same principles apply. Then you could take off your mask and outdoor settings..

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CDC director warns of "impending doom" amid COVID spike

Pat Thurston

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

CDC director warns of "impending doom" amid COVID spike

"90% of the adult U. S population will be eligible for a coping 19 vaccination and 90% will have the vaccination site within five miles of home By April, 19th. Our work is far from over. War against covert 19 is far from one This is deadly serious, and the CDC director concerned about an uptick in cases, the U. S is now averaging more than 60,000 new Corona virus infections each day. That's an increase of more than 10.5% In the last week, CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky said she has a feeling of impending doom has so much to look forward to. So much promise and potential of where we are and so much reason for hope. Right now. I'm scared, she says she's asking people to hold on just a little longer here just almost there, But not by that. Dr Lynskey blamed surgeon cases on increased travel, relaxed restrictions and new variants of the virus. Brian Clark ABC News in

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Should Philadelphia teachers get vaccinated before returning to in-person instruction?

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01:25 min | 1 year ago

Should Philadelphia teachers get vaccinated before returning to in-person instruction?

"Well is, he writes the CDC guidance recommends vaccinated. People continue to avoid medium and large size gatherings. But at the same time, they're saying that educators do not need to be vaccinated before returning to the classroom. Can professor off it speak to that? Right. So so the again we're not help us here. I mean, a teacher can still mitigate significantly mitigate risk by masking and physically distancing. I mean, that is as powerful as a vaccine on I agreed with teachers that they are on essential group. They are I mean, we have you know, it's distance. Learning is not the same as on site learning, especially for young people. I can tell you in Philadelphia, you know where I live. This is the only decent meal Many told me get during the day also. The instance interestingly of child abuse, and Philadelphia has dropped to zero, which tells you the child abuse is typically picked up in the classroom. So I think we need to get back to school. And I agree with Dr Lynskey, the CDC that teachers don't necessarily need to be vaccinated before they go back to school. But but I know there's a major effort now in our city and in number of citizen to get teachers vaccinated. But I think you know it's not if masking it physical distancing was not available that I could see the point. But you know, we are helpless here. It is amazing to me that people still continue not to mask and get into large groups. I mean, how much more information that we need at this point that

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"dr lynskey" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

09:07 min | 1 year ago

"dr lynskey" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Hour continues here on the guy Benson show. Thanks for listening. Earlier in the program. I went on a bit of a monologue. You could call it a rant, but it was a precise organized rant to some extent. About an interview given yesterday on CNN. By the new CDC director who is flip flopping in some important ways on reopening schools. They're following politics, not science, and I am not happy. Here's part of what I had to say earlier. There was an interview that I wrote up in detail at town hall dot com earlier today. The interview occurred on CNN yesterday. It was Jake Tapper. Who hosted the new SETI director, Dr Rochelle will Lenski from the Body administration to ask her about school re openings, and I'll remind you By way of background that will Lenski has sounded relatively bullish. On reopening schools, right? She's been saying publicly You don't need teacher vaccinations. As a prerequisite. There's some mitigation steps that you can take and you can safely reopen schools. Dr. Fauci is said Kids are safer from the virus in schools and out there in the community. And so it felt like the scientific consensus based on a ton of data, including CDC data. Including just an ongoing massive experiment around the whole country. With tons of private schools and a lot of public schools that have been open for months and months and months that are open that are safe that are thriving. The data. The result, The science is clear. Schools are safe to open. You can have again some steps and some precautions. Overwhelmingly. They are not super spreaders, schools or not. And the downsides of having the school's closed the downsides of the failure. It is remote learning. Downsides the harm Kids who are feeling isolated, who are falling behind who have mental health issues. There's just one story after another about how serious this is getting When you add all of that up, you would think that the powers that be would listen to Wolinsky and Fauci and look at the results in these schools all over the country, the ones that are open There's nothing magical about private schools. There's no sorcery. There's no wizardry. The teachers and private schools are not witches. These schools are able to be open and to operate safely without shutting down without virtual learning from coast to coast. Because Everything that we know about the virus. And how it effects kids in particular, and just the results speak for themselves. Which is why Dr Wolinsky and Dr Fauci been saying what they've been saying. Now The problem is Wolinsky. Was sounding apparently old, too upbeat. About all of this. In terms of reopening schools like immediately. Not this crazy thing that the White House put out there saying what we want to get half of schools open at least one day a week. By the beginning of May, which is insane because we're already At that threshold. Hybrid or in person learning at 65% of schools she'd have to close schools. Over the coming months to achieve the quote unquote goal. We talked about that a lot last week, but because the experts in the science based on the science for sounding too sanguine for the political interests The Democrats are the by administration of these teachers, unions of special interests. It's pretty clear that Dr Lynskey has gotten the political memo. Which is hold off with all this optimistic talk based on real information we want to hedge and it's time to put out CDC guidance that reflects our politics. And in fact, we now know based on document requests that teachers unions had input into the CDC guidance on reopening schools. And those recommendations from the CDC will delay the opening of schools absolutely needlessly. Because you are special interests involved in the process. Subject gating actual science in the best interests of kids. Because there's a political agenda at play so well, Lenski said. What she said on behalf of the White House. She said it on Rachel Maddow show and then remember Jen Psaki. Circle back said from the podium Well Wolinsky, hold your horses. She was just talking in her private capacity as a private citizen, not necessarily on behalf of the CDC. Meanwhile, they're cooking up new CDC guidelines with the teachers unions. Which then get released. And well, Lansky has learned her lesson. Which is not to just follow the science and let the chips fall. There are very powerful, deep pocketed interests and constituency groups within the Democratic coalition and donor base. Because teacher unions give huge amounts of money tens of millions of dollars to Democrats overwhelmingly to Democrats every single cycle. So we've seen a change of heart a change of tone from Dr Wolinsky. So she appears on CNN with Jake Tapper, and he begins the interview. Tapper does by reading a quote of Alinsky's back to her. And the question is, does Dr Wolinsky still agree with herself? You tell me Cut six. But you have said quote schools should be the last thing to close and the first thing to open unquote should all students be back in classrooms before the end of this school year. Really What we have said in our guidance is that the amount of classroom activity really depends on the amount of spread in the community. We know that the amount of disease and the community is completely reflected as to what's happening in school. If there's more disease in the community that will be more in school, and that most disease in school does not come from in school transmission, but comes from outside into from into the community. So what we would advocate for us to have more kids in school as our community spread comes down. Okay, so that's not an answer to the question. She was much more fervent about this school should be the last close and the first open in the pandemic context. That's how important they are. You still believe that? She says, Well, the community spread rate is significant, and we should be looking based on that. And it's a sort of those wishy washy. Evasive answer. Now there are a lot of experts, including pediatric Medical experts quoted in The New York Times just in the last few days Who say that community spread is not a terribly relevant metric about whether or not schools or safe to reopen Indeed, the CDC own data from Wisconsin, for example, showed that even in communities with unbelievably high positivity rates, huge community spread Schools were still safe. The impact of cases in schools negligible. There were very few positives in schools and a tiny fraction of the tiny fraction could be traced back to transmission inside schools. Schools are in a lot of ways safe havens. Even in communities awash In Corona virus. But she's she's now retreating behind this community spread thing. Even though a lot of experts say that's not the way should making decisions. That's not what the data even shows. CBS's own data. So then tapper correctly points out that they're doing this sort of color coded system. And if you're in a red alert, or red zone of community spread than the schools can stay close and tapas as well. Based on that you're not going to get schools back open anytime soon. Because listen to cut it. But President by Agnes promised to always follow the science. Can you put two? Can you point to any scientific reasons? For students in the United States not to return to in person classes tomorrow, as long as schools are taking the five steps that we refer to earlier masking Clint Cleansing, etcetera. What? Why not open the schools right now. You know, I think if you look at what a zoo, you noted, there's 90% of communities with this high rate of transmission going on right now and actually be joking. So she actually misquotes tapper in a previous question. Tapper had pointed out that based on the government's own system here With the color coding 99% of American students, not even 90 99% of US students live in communities that would have some of the red zone concerns right now. 99% of students aren't out of school based on the CDs, his own guidance right now, schools could be that are open and safe and have been so for months could be closed down..

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"dr lynskey" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"dr lynskey" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Program. I could have said that number by the way for one out of the CBM, 6 80 or 100 Wcbm 6 80 the impeachment trial. Did serve an important purpose for Democrats, so it wasn't all a complete loss. It distracted from the reality of Biden's broken promises last week was not a good week for them. President. His goal of opening schools in the 1st 100 days was changed to we're gonna open most of the schools 50.1% of them at least one day a week. Don't think too hard about that. And they'll just insist that it's still exactly the same thing and he promised, which is not remotely the case. Because, on Friday, the CDC released their their plan. To reopen schools. They have a plan to reopen schools. And it was, you know, the CDC director, Dr Lynskey was all over the media last week, saying there's no reason schools can't be open. We need to open the schools. The schools are safe, so on and so forth. And what did the White House do? How to the White House respond to that bit of accidental truth telling by one of their political appointees. They said she was she was speaking in her personal capacity, not as the director of the CDC. Which is weird, considering she said it at a White House event, talking about schools reopening and was in front of a banner about the C D. C. It was an official. C D. C event. But no, no, she in the middle of it, you see, reporters or administration of justice can throw up Parent Medical's that nobody can see they're just in their in their minds where it says I've switched from my official capacity. To my my personal capacity. As as if the CDC director in the middle of saying, Whatever they're saying goes, you know, tell you we can't reopen schools until we have state of the art air changing systems that turn over everything. But as it aside in my personal capacity, not a CDC director. I think this is garbage. There's no science whatsoever to back up what I'm saying, and it should all be ignored, and I should literally be laughed off the stage right now. Anyway, back to my official capacity. It's just unsafe to open schools otherwise. That's what the White House would have you believe happened. She she was speaking in a personal capacity. Actually elected officials don't have personal capacities when making statements to the press. Okay. It's just over. Tired of what I've been saying is garbage. But this is just me speaking. It's just a couple of girls talking. Don't worry about that. We'll We'll figure it all out later. Just make sure you report that I said There's no way we can open schools until the teachers union is satisfied. This is the world that we're creating so much so that NBC news political correspondent covers Capitol Hill. Ah, guy named Al Ive Attali. They're still out there. There's literally the all of the evidence. It's not even like there's no evidence to suggest it all the evidence points to the fact that schools are safe to reopen. Still, Oliva tallies tweeting out a story from July, saying this morning saying, I think it's I think about this story from July all the time teachers 76% of which are women. Which is irrelevant. But okay, the Liberals care about those things first and foremost, but actually they weaponized. They don't really care. They recognize their usefulness. Telling me they wondered if they should draft their wills before going back to the classroom and how tornado were between love of teaching and staying healthy. And then there's a link to his Story back from July. S o tourney. We don't really know. But where's the evidence? Ali? Where's the evidence of school transmission? There isn't School. Trans. It's not like you're being asked Torto mop up the blood of a nibble a patient, just wipe it clean and go forward. No, The evidence doesn't suggest it's not as though it's a gray area and nobody's really studied. The schools are open across the country. Schools are open around the world. Just not everywhere here, particularly not in places where Where Democrats have monopolistic control and labor unions. Teachers unions are strong. The schools are open. What is the problem? The problem is, they don't wanna go back to work. Now. The CDC guidelines. Don't say it's not safe to go back. They say that it shouldn't go back that people shouldn't go back and listen until there is suitable ventilation. It sounds reasonable. If you don't know the truth. It sounds reasonable. If you don't know that say New York schools have been opened. And haven't been shut down because there's no evidence of spread in schools, mercifully Children. Survive covert 19 at a higher rate significantly higher than everybody else. They can get it. They can spread it, but it's about his rare is unicorns. The reality is if you basing it on the science on the data, and we were told that would be the The unit of Measure. Science on Leeway. Science, science science. There is evidence of no spread. It's not that there's no evidence of spread. There is evidence of no spread. None. And still, they don't want to go back to work. The New York Times. So even has the story in New York was the first big school district to reopen. Here's what happens. Here's what happened. No spread New York, the biggest school system and the country, No spread. Where is the push to get kids back into school? It doesn't exist. It does not exist. The reporter for The New York Times. ELISA Shapiro, who reports on the education beat is shocked. At her own findings at the old proof, It's still hasn't swayed anybody she tweeted out this morning yesterday morning. If you told me in August that New York City would hold months of in person learning without major virus outbreaks, while other cities barely had a plan to go back, I wouldn't have believed you. But here you are. There's the science and then there's the science. And Democrats are really only interested in the science. Because the teachers unions don't want to go back..

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"dr lynskey" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"dr lynskey" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From Diamond is Listen, I don't know what you What you want for you for the schools. If you don't have Children in schools, I don't think you Can fully grasp. How big of a deal. This is because All of a sudden people were working. Most families are two income households. And, um, of all of a sudden night. Schools are closed. And your Children are home. You got to figure out how to deal with that. And then some of you still had to go to work. Some of you your businesses shut down. So now you're out of a job and you've got to take care of the kids and you got to go Look for a job, But you got the kids to take care of It's Zagat, so money dimensions to it about the economy. And this. I'm not a doctor, a scientist. I just listened to them, and they all seem to be on the same page. Open the schools. There is not a problem. Go back to. We still got a couple Dr Marty Military's cut 13. Um, Here's a Dr Johns Hopkins. He's even. He's even complained about the teachers union being a double standard. The school issue is a settled science. Okay, There's more consensus on that issue than there is on tobacco in the United States, The Journal of American Medical Association Association just said. And I'll quote there is little evidence schools are contributing to transmission. The study of 90,000 people in North Carolina, not a single transmission from a child to a teacher. This is a settled science. It's purely a political issue, and I think that's demonstrated by the fact that the unions are not outraged that private schools are meeting in person. Where's that outraged on the concern of safety? Yeah. Has more settled science than tobacco. Are you cheese? So They tried to get him into the politics of today. What about those teachers unions? I mean, shouldn't they be given the benefit of the doubt, Doctor? Okay. I agree with the new CDC director Dr Lynskey when she said vaccination is not a requirement for in person learning. We've learned a lot about this infection. We've learned that schools are not really the driver of transmission and that it's a lot largely airflow and masking and distancing. And so the requirement for vaccinations is not really they're supported by the science. Yeah. So, um, Mo l earthy He's a spokesman for the Democrats cut 16, he says, Uh The CDC guidelines, and they just put out Another list today of five things for schools to do just five. It's not complicated. On, he says. That's that city, see guidelines of the way that they're going to be re opening the schools. I think we all constabulary that getting these kids back in school safely at the soonest possible moment is what we need to be moving towards Look, the CBC has already shown us some studies.

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"dr lynskey" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"dr lynskey" Discussed on KTRH

"In spring 67 Katie, and it's blue skies 66 degrees from the ktrh Top tax Defenders. 24 hour Weather Center Ktrh news time is 501 our top story this week, The new CDC director, Dr Rochelle Wolinsky said that she does not think that vaccinating teachers should be a prerequisite for the safe re opening of schools during the pandemic. While appearing today on America's news headquarters. Doctor I'm Isha Dal Ja's Johns Hopkins agreed with Dr Lynskey. I do think that the data does show that schools can be open safely with certain safeguards in place with capacity restrictions and social distancing, And it's important for vulnerable teachers those that were following in the high risk groups to be vaccinated, but it shouldn't be a prerequisite to open schools. In Chicago. The teachers union has refused to return to the classroom while claiming vaccination should be prioritized for teachers. Kroger is now offering incentives for their workers to get the covert 19 vaccine by giving them a one time $100 payment if they show proof of getting the vaccination. And no more laws able to relate this year. New Orleans City officials are announcing it is ordering the closure of all indoor and outdoor bars and banning to go drinks. Starting next Friday through Mardi Gras Day on February 16th, causing many businesses to be unhappy and very financially frustrated. Ah Houston bar owner is found guilty for a 2019 assault that caused injuries to the son and God, son of Roger Clemens. The owner of Concrete Cowboy is required to pay Casey Clemens and in Connor, Cape L. Off $3.24 million for an unprovoked attack and in sports Texas Longhorns just lost in double overtime to the Oklahoma State Cowboy's final score was 75 67. The humble rodeo continues tonight at the humble Civic arena. It opened last night with reduced capacity and a mask restriction, but plenty of them. There's with wears to sell online tickets are sold out for tonight, but there might still be some of the gate when it opens at 70 clock. Ktrh news time is 503. The Rockets play at home tonight against San Antonio Spurs, and we'll have that game starting at Tip off 70 clock tonight, right here on Ktrh. Well, it's on tomorrow. The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27 2 24 during the regular season, a game that saw Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill come away with 269 receiving yards and three touchdowns. Hill hoping for a chance to shine again, this time against Tampa Bay in Super Bowl, 55. What I'm hoping for is this a one on one matchup the whole game. But you know, I probably won't get that. But whatever I get out, I'll just be happy. You know, just to be playing the game, the Buccaneers getting to the Super Bowl stage for the first time in 18 years and for defensive back Antoine Winfield junior of feet in his first season, I'm really just grass and everything and saying everything Yeah, like, Wow, I'm in the Super Bowl my rookie year. Which is incredible. Winfield Junior, along with fellow defenders Jordan, Whitehead and Levante, David getting the all clear on the injury report yesterday to be good to go for Super Bowl 55 tomorrow. Matt Napolitano, Fox News and just so you know, and you can amaze your friends. The NFL does not pay performers for Super Bowl halftime show. It does, however, show of about $10 million for expenses for that spectacular that includes stagehands, band dues production costs. Sometimes they're fireworks, trap, ease equipment and even choreographed drones. Don't feel so bad for the headliners Wall Street Journal says that the event sends music sales and streams soaring for them. News on demand to ktrh.

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"dr lynskey" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:01 min | 1 year ago

"dr lynskey" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"We've got the audio for a bunch of them, including the one that's getting a lot of press at Scotts Turf Grow with John Travolta, his daughter and Martha Stewart, Thank Kyle Busch and a host of others will play those later. But we did start off the show talking about wiper some ways in, the CDC director says. Put the kids back in school and the White House. Joe Biden continues to stall with no scientific reason behind it. None zero and it doesn't make any sense so quickly before you get all that great audio burning. Here's Jamie Newberg Online one with a personal story about this Hey, Good morning, guys. Hey, there. Um yeah, I got a personal story touches based on all levels with this. First of all, you know, just little background. I'm considered a nest, sensual worker. Throughout this whole thing. I worked with telecom industry and You guys. In charge of keeping things moving here. My wife's an essential worker. She's a nurse. Um, you know, when this all happened, I was able to do a lot of work from home, but it just got too much for me to be at home. On. I couldn't be home with the kids. My wife had to actually quit her job because they didn't have a shift available for her in the evenings. And she had to take a different job so that she could be home with the kids during the day and I could be home with them at night, which you know, leads the issues with us because we don't have never see each other. But, you know, most importantly, my son who's my son is 16. He was 15 at the time. Ah, High honor student the whole time. Um, and my daughter who's 11? She was 10 when all of this all happened. Um, my son. He was very into sports and everything that shut down. He's a very social person. He also needs that that's scheduled that the school provides, you know. Hey, did not fare well with the be online schooling and stuff, and he started getting extreme anxiety. Um, it was weak. To the point where we had to actually call the police on our own kid on have him brought to the hospital. You know, J This is a story four times. No, thank you, Jay. I'm sorry to hear that. But this is a story, Bernie that you and I keep talking about the dangers of what they're doing to these kids. His son hospitalized four times a perfect by the way pretext. What you're going to play and talk about right now, because that gives a real life feeling to the arguments you're about to play as a matter of fact, yes, the father of a kid who committed suicide in Chicago. The guy The kid was 18 years old. He committed suicide three weeks ago. And it was. It was like an a student. He was a quarterback, but his was the prospect. His future was ruined because he didn't have this a year to show up. This was his year to shine a senior year and he committed suicide. He was so depressed, so despondent. And the father was amazing. I actually heard Kilmeade interview the father. But again, it's it's all selfishness. It's greedy. It's evil. You have none other than Biden Zone, CDC director The woman named Rochelle Wilensky. She said this two days ago there is increasing data to suggest that schools can safely re open and that that's a free opening does not suggest that teachers need to be vaccinated. So there you have it right there. There's teachers do not need to that's that's what they're insisting on. The teachers need to be back. They don't need to be vaccinated. The sites is on the side of that. It doesn't have to happen to reopen the schools again. Just look at the charter schools. Look at the Catholic schools right here in this city and in Chicago and in other areas all over the country. No problems. No problems s O. What is the press secretary for Joe Biden said. This woman is a lightweight. She's not not very bright. She's gonna circle back to everything. She doesn't know anything. But she did respond to what the CDC Lady said. Take a listen to this. Dr. Lynskey spoke to this on her personal capacity. Obviously, she's the head of the CDC. But we're gonna wait for the final guidance to come out so we can use that as a guide for schools around the country. She spoke in a personal capacity was sitting in front of a big graphic sign, it said CDs. C C. D. C c D. C wasn't personal, little No, it's all business. By the way, this sake, lady this loser she actually she's in hot water. She referred to Senator Lindsey Graham as Lady G. Apparently, that's inside the Beltway. Ah, lingo for Senator Graham because you know the rumors are that he's gay, so she acted. There's actually a tweet out there of her calling him Lady G. And nobody's asked her about No, It's been out a couple of days. Nobody's asked her. No, she said. They got the press there If Sarah Sanders said that about I don't know people booty judge of calling him Lady G. She tweeted it. Don't you think they'd be like screaming at her? Chuck Todd would lead off the show with that us something to talk to my boy. But he lied to show that on Sunday I mentioned Chicago and then this is really big time. Important stuff. This is it's coming to light that it's really ruining maybe a generation of kids. Even Lori Lightfoot, the mayor of Chicago. She's just had it up to here with the teachers, unions and again they're all in bed together normally under normal circumstances, But listen to a Chicago mayor, Lori Lightfoot, CPS had three weeks of successful implementation of these mitigation plans in our schools that Woz Until the sea to you blew up that success and created chaos that we're now enduring. We waited for hours last night hours. Still did not receive a proposal from the Chicago Teachers Union leadership. And as of this morning, we are still waiting. But to be clear, not patiently. Not anymore. We are failing those Children by not giving them the option to return to school failing grades. Depression, isolation and so much more my patients for delays from the CTU leadership. He's over failing grades, depression and also, they can't learn to hate the cops in this country, right? Don't forget that, but no on a serious note, she makes a great point. Look when she's right, she's right. And you have the same thing here. The high schools are not open here in New York City, grammar schools are on what an alternate basis you go. One week you can stay home. Then you get to go to school and again, you know, even going back to Cuomo and the restaurants. If there was some type of explanation. If the science I don't know, give me something some type of explanation other than I don't want to have one, but that's what we're going to do. I'll be able to accept it. But all these things were going on. And none of these government officials Joe Biden adult Andrew Cuomo, None of these folks are giving us any real reason behind, shutting all this down. No, no rationale. Nothing whatsoever. It's just pandering and caving to again. The teachers union. It's just that like a knee jerk response. Yes, it teachers union wants this. Okay. We have to give it to him because they gave us so much money over the years. But Mike Bloomberg, another guy, another Democrat. Ah, leftist. He's calling out Joe Biden. Where's Joe Biden? I mean that you've got to say something. Take a Listen. It's time for Joe Biden to stand up and say the kids are the most important things important players here and the teacher's just gonna have to suck it up and stand up. And provide an education. Give me a little break here of way to go. Many Mike stepping up Now Look, this is that's about the third or fourth Democrat that has been critical of Joe Biden over the last couple of days. And you know, the other side doesn't like him. So this nonsense which he tried to pass out on day one about unity and unify and unity and unify. Now we've found a way in two weeks to anger both sides of the aisle by doing nothing. Look the most important asset that we have in this country. It's our Children. It's the kids. They're our future leaders, their future the kids, and it's clear now. It's demonstrably clear that these kids are suffering big time. There's a kid out in California's name is Isaiah Navarro, and he tweeted this. He's a high school senior. He tweeted this about what's happening to him No school for him whatsoever since March. And he was anathema Attic prospect as well. He tweeted zero offers zero looks. Zero commitment. Zero time on campus zero Homecoming zero Prom. Zero traditional graduation. What a wasted final year of school worked hard and dedicated for absolutely zero big shout out to Gavin Newsom..

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"dr lynskey" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"dr lynskey" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Her fate could be decided tomorrow. I'm Lisa Let Sarah Fox News. The House has set up a debate and vote on removing a controversial Georgia Republican from her committee assignments. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy condemned past comments from Georgia Republican March retailer Green suggesting school shootings were staged and endorsing conspiracy theories. But McCarthy calls a resolution from House Democrats to remove green from the House education and Budget committees, a partisan power grab. The House is voting on a resolution to strip green of her committee memberships and unprecedented step, usually taken by leadership of the members. Party. Republicans say they do not agree with greens previous social media posts but if questioned punishing a member of Congress for conduct before she was elected. Capitol Hill, Jered Halpern, Fox New WHITE. Columbus, Ohio Police officer Adam Quoi has been indicted on murder charges for the December shooting death of Andre Hill. Coy and another officer had been called to the home about a car that was running hell has seen on body cam footage of urging from a garage with cell phone in his hand and a shot seconds later. Don't let your Super Bowl party become a super spreader event. That was the message today from the CDC director, Dr Rochelle will landscape ever team you're reading for And whichever commercial is your favorite. Please watch the Super Bowl safely gathering on Lee virtually or with the people you live with the progression of the virus, Dr Lynskey says cases and hospitalizations appear to be on a downward trajectory. But you warned that a variance could impact the positive momentum. Chicago seven activists ready Davis, who was put on trial for organizing a Vietnam war protest during the Democratic National Convention in 1968, the turned violent with police clubbing demonstrators in conducting mass arrests, has died. His wife says He died Tuesday. This home in Colorado. He was 80 America is listening to Fox News. Love book is a personalized gift that helps people express feelings that might be difficult to say out loud. Most customers use a love book to revisit their fondest memories or toe list. The reasons why they love someone. Love books are completely customizable, though users create characters that looked just like themselves.

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CDC director says to watch Super Bowl virtually or only with people you already live with

Todd Schnitt

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

CDC director says to watch Super Bowl virtually or only with people you already live with

"Your Super Bowl party become a super spreader event. That was the message today from the CDC director, Dr Rochelle will landscape ever team you're reading for And whichever commercial is your favorite. Please watch the Super Bowl safely gathering on Lee virtually or with the people you live with the progression of the virus, Dr Lynskey says cases and hospitalizations appear to be on a downward trajectory. But you warned that a variance could impact the positive momentum.

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"dr lynskey" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"dr lynskey" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Show people who have immigrated here from China or from any other Asian country. All hate China like we're old best friends on this issue. We all think that that China is Blanco. The idea that an entity like political reached across the aisle to feature different opinions in the left freaked out. We can't have common ground because whenever anyone on the left even so much as tries to find, like one issue on which we agree they're treated like traders, Dana Show received a lot of attention was based on kind of an area that was more rural and Wisconsin. It was not On. I think what Dr Lynskey has said, is that in session, she said this on CNN last night is that for areas where there are more populated where schools where there are there's a lot more foot traffic that they're going to need to be a lot of steps put in place in order to make the schools reopening safe, But we're committed to doing that. That's why the president signed an executive order. Last week. Mm. Well Jen sick. I Sake. Saying, Well, it's mostly is mostly like the rule areas that that's that. That's where the CDC study that said the schools were safe to open. It was it wasn't though. I mean, we I read this study. I linked the actual thing on The newsletter. So it sounds like they don't know what they think on this. At all. Welcome back to the show. Third hour of the program. I'm gonna last in the last calm and The latest with we're gonna get this, Um, cancel culture stuff here. I was just going to get an update on some of the Verona stuff. By the way in the presser Earlier when Andrew Cuomo was talking about his father, he was suggesting almost like his father. Was coronavirus fatality. His father passed away in 2015. So just we're gonna just lay that out there so there, No. But the a couple of things the Johnson and Johnson, Johnson and Johnson single shot vaccine. Is because that one is getting ready. I think to come out on the market. I think there they said it could be ready by June. If it's given the green light. It is 66% effective, preventing Symptomatic disease and 85% effective against preventing severe illness with a single shot. So it's 85% effective against thieves Severe virus 100% effective against hospitalization or fatality. So there and apparently, the data goes to the FDA advisory committee on February sometime And then they think that that could cause it has to go through all these steps. And then AstraZeneca's vaccine testing. They, according Todos Is Yahoo finance their vaccine testing stumbled draws an investor lawsuit. So now we already have like problems with some of these. There's an investor who was questions were emerging about the vaccine because the company that when the company released initial results And the A number of experts and health officials faulted the testing for lack of data on their effectiveness for 55 older, so that's created some problems there between them and their Uh, some of their investors. All right, so Some of the cancel culture. I've been telling you about the story. Apparently, uh They said that Biden sign language interpreter translated far right misinformation. Mm hmm. Totally adding this to the newsletter. Yeah. Mm hmm. They said that Biden's first White House sign language interpreter has ties to the far right. It's time to cancel. Time to cancel. Oh, they are Washington Post has a story on it. And they accused accused of her interpreter translating far right misinformation. Time magazine has a story. They say that I know, but they don't even talk about this. So the second graf, They said that the first day I sell interpreter chosen Eyes, Heather. Mewshaw. And She apparently manages a group of asshole interpreters who provide sign language accompaniments to what they say are right wing videos. Oh, my gosh. I can't even deal with this. What? Right wing videos brand, Paul. A doctor talking about Corona virus vaccine. Mm. What else posted. They have, Uh, Candace Alan's Some sort of cyber analyst Um, what else? Not really anything crazy. I'm looking at it right now. Tom Fitton. I'm looking at all the videos that they d o Um yeah. So It's called Hands of Liberty..

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"dr lynskey" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"dr lynskey" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"It seems like I've been able to Uh, almost eat anything I wanted to, but I make sure I shoot you in the next wall. I do have a slight problem with Not ask six reflexes. Muchas Mm hmm. I think it's a mental thing that I gotta. You know, I gotta overcome that, and I'm doing it. It's not even been two months. Three more. It's all not even been three months, right since your surgeries and we're getting there. Yeah, Like I said, a great support. I've had great medical. The V A. Has been great that Vince. He's been great. Yeah, so I'm happy. And are you still needing the tube feedings or No, No, no. Okay. I've been off for four weeks ago. Ori in the fourth week. And how How is that at home with you helping to take care of him, Joan. Well, I mean, I guess you've been taking care of him for many years. This'll was a different parts was a different type of taking care of a care giver, car, Get care giver. Um It hasn't been easy. It's been Rough road. It has many ups and downs. I mean, I'm trying to do my job for him to get him better. And sometimes that's a little bit tough because His mind set is I'm okay. You know, and I I'm doing it. So be happy. Yeah. You know, where is I'm sin. I kind of pushed him a bit and say you have to do a little bit more. Yeah, You have to do a little bit more walking. You have to You know, do things not just sit there in? You have to push him a bit that way. But all in all, he's been a trooper. I can't see how he feels. You know? Because I'm not the one that went through it. Yeah. And James has it been having that support system? Great. Yeah. How did you two meet? We set up our wedding together, e tell him, you know, I knew that groom and she knew the bride. How long have you been married? We've been married. 55 44 years. Wow, 55 years. Wow, That's a long time, long time a long time, And it sounds like you're feeling pretty good. Now I am. I'm a little bit older than the demographic set active list, he said. You know, he said in the sixties, I'm in the seventies. Be 79 a week from you Don't look 79. I'll tell you that. I don't feel it Good. I don't feel it. And I I'm I always get excited when I talk about is you can tell Yeah. It's just been so fortunate. It's my kids. And my wife. There because we hope without him. I'm not sure been here. Yeah. Well, you know, for for everything you've sacrificed in your life, I'm sure they were more than willing to help you in every way they could. My wife has been more willing. Yeah, and my kids have. Yeah. Any advice or anything you want to tell anyone out there who might have had a new diagnosis or a family member? No, it's a struggle. Like I'd believe all cancers must feast uncle but If you have to support It'll work out. Yeah. What about you, Joan? Anything you can tell people who are a caregiver such as yourself or who's someone so close to them is going through something like this. Well, you have to have somebody in back you That's gonna kind of boost your morale, too, from time to time because it's It's not an easy job number one. You don't want to see the person You love or any family member diagnosed with cancer, that word cancer just But if you stand behind them, help them kind of grin and bear some of the things that they want or need. And just say, yester yester. That's how you get the video and the support of your family are kids and that which was great. Great script. Well, James, thank you so much for sharing your story. And thank you so much for being here and for your service. Thank you for putting on this program for the people that Find out what its about. I'm gonna have to look up Those podcasts. That's great at 79. You're still looking at podcast love that. Well, thank you so much. James and Joan for being here and for Dr Lynskey for treating him so join us shortly for.

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"dr lynskey" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"dr lynskey" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"We also will go into your into the right chest. Using a was called on Ivor Lewis or the Trans Jurassic SAP rejected me. So instead of having a decision, the left neck you'll actually be have someone open up your right chest and then mobilize the esophagus. And the difference is is that you can get a little bit more lymph nodes out, and so for patients that have more of a lift, no burden. I prefer to do it that way. Now, with the advanced skills that we all have, we do all these procedures minimally invasive Lee, typically with the use of a surgical robot, the overall expectation is the hopefully every patient will be home within one week of surgery and that, you know, basically, we, you know, we have a protocol that basically allows him to get over because this is a large surgery is that you can imagine. And it's very hard, you know, rush. You never wanna rush anyone through anything, but definitely not something to this degree. So typically is about one week in the hospital and then after that as a few weeks, but I think the big thing, and Wolf will talk to my patient the next segment, But it's the adjustment of after the surgery. I think it's because part Leslie, we do. A lot of these were very good, Adam. We have very good outcomes. But it's definitely a life changing surgery. Not just from the fact that hopefully we're curing the cancer, but it definitely changes the way you do things going forward. Certainly. Well, so many great minds in this room. Thank you. All so much for everything you do to treat patients and we'll meet Dr Lynskey will meet one of your patients in the next segment. Please join us shortly. Whether you live in a quiet town, the heart of the city or somewhere in between. One thing we all have.

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"dr lynskey" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"dr lynskey" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"That they get for a certain amount of time. Or how does it chairman Sir? Typically, it's a daily treatment that the radiation itself is only about 10 to 15 minutes. But usually we say, given our door to door because we set people up in exactly the same position, and that's done every day Monday through Friday, typically for a period of boat 5 to 6 weeks if the curative setting it was something more palliative, where we're just trying to, um, get some help and relief in there than it might be something more like 2 to 3 weeks. And is there a chance of injuring any other having trauma to any other structures nearby, like the wind pipe is right there, for example, or anything. That's a great question, and it depends. What part of the esophagus we are treating. It's a sensitive area and so were very cautious when we give the treatment and were able to use some technology to help US guide for example, the heart and the lungs are nearby. So we monitor the dose that those areas received. A swell is windpipe and make sure they're within safe levels. So, Dr George, you know you have the radiation piece. Dr. Puckett had mentioned that that's often done in conjunction with chemotherapy. It's done at the same time. I know there's you know, to ask you a question about chemotherapy. You could talk the whole show about chemotherapy. But for his esophageal cancer are there's M assuming their specific types of chemotherapy medications that are used, is it the Ivy type is their oral medicine, you know, pp. I think when people keep think of chemotherapy, they mostly think of The ivy type. How do you usually treat esophageal cancer? You know, I'm a habitable offender in terms of talking longer than needed. So if I'm talking too long just asked me to stop. All right. Everyone wants to hear. Yes, sir. But, you know, I think I want to emphasize the fact that you're talking about broad concepts here. So any time Someone presents, but what we consider to be staged two or three esophagus cancer. We want to account for both the cancer that we can see and the cancer that we cannot see by which I mean microscopic disease, and we think about this biggest. We know that stage two and three cancers have a tendency Get into the bloodstream and set up shop elsewhere. So the goal of chemotherapy in treating esophagus can serve it to curative intent is to fold. The first is to make sure that the chemotherapy gets into the blood. And attacks the cancer cells no matter where they are in the esophagus order, they're hiding elsewhere in the body, and that is a systemic approach to treating this disease. The second component is the chemotherapy that we utilize along with radiation and that it's more to sensitize the tumor tissue to radiation so that we can consolidate the gains that we got from the initial chemotherapy and sterilized the local area in conjunction with radiation before these patients more want to surgery. So that is why Dr Pocket emphasized earlier. There's tremendous amount of data that says that people with stage two and three esophagus cancer 10 to do a lot better when they get all three modalities of treatment than surgery alone. Because your identity you're essentially trying to get rid of disease that may have not even shown up yet on the various Tests that you've done exactly Okay. And then is this typically done ivy or aural medication that are various levers affect? You know, in general, they tend to be intravenous. There are some aural formulations as well. In the broad concept is that Whether it is put in the ivy or administered orderly. You want the drug to get into the bloodstream, so it can travel everywhere in the body that the cancer cells can go to In general, we try to avoid aural Kima therapies for patients with esophagus cancer, lastly, because bills are difficult to swallow in the setting off a mass in the esophagus accents. So, Dr Lynskey ultimately patients. A lot of these patients end up coming to you for surgery, so we'll meet one of your patients in the next segment. But what are the most common types of surgery you do for this disease? And what is the recovery typically like for patients? You know, Overall there you can look online. You can find about six or, you know several almost six different types of a savage act. Timmy's described and so and in the South rejection is removing the entire esophagus or part of it s obvious at this point, when if you have an advanced case of cancer Has already gone through induction, chemotherapy and radiation. The best treatment. That point is just to respect most. The esophagus now. What That really is, is basically we take most of the harassing esophagus. What That is is, as you know, the esophagus starts to the back your mouth, but it does actually go down through your chest and does connect your stomach and you're in your abdomen. So what we try to do is respect as much of the SA Fergus as we physically can from the chest. The upper part behind your mouth is really hard to get to on. So unfortunately that doesn't that actually is one of the criteria. That means you would not be a candidate for surgery if you have too high of a cancer. At that point, you know the two most the two ways that we do at Mt. W that we do perform a savage act. Amis are called the most common type we do is a trans high, It'll Asafa Jack to me. Which we actually do in a special way we actually have myself are I have two of my partners and two of us will operate on the patient. At the same time. One of us will start in the abdomen, because as you can imagine you when you take the esophagus out. You still need to have something to connect to to your mouth You could need. So what we do is we take the stomach. And converted into a new esophagus. One of us will start in the Abbott and the other one actually starts with an incision on the left neck. And then we we use a special camera with this special energy device and certain Hema statically mobilize the esophagus from the neck all the way down to through the chest. Um, it was nice about that operation is is we still do it? Um, is very quick. With two surgeons working. We average around about 2.5 hours to get that operation done, Which is it sounds like a very complex operation is very complex. You have two surgeons and you're basically going through to body cavities the other way that we do it here and Is that we also do is call the transit..

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02:27 min | 1 year ago

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"That's um vote. It starts with both chemotherapy and radiation and then moves on to surgery they're after, but it is different from patient to patient so typically chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. There's some combination of the three. So you're just trying to figure out what The best order is or so there's research studies in the past that have been done that sort of guide us as far as which chemotherapies are the best and how much dose of radiation would be optimal for treating this where it's not too much, and it's not too little, and then ultimately, for most patients, they will go on to a surgery. And just in our last minute or so, Dr George, you know, we'll talk about chemotherapy and then in the next segment, But is there ever a situation in which, for example, one of these treatments the doctor Puckett mentioned might be used and not other ones, like only chemotherapy or only radiation or only surgery, Or is it usually that you Do some combination of the three. So in general We like to utilize trying modality therapy that is utilizing chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery for all patients who are treated with a curative intent. Again. Broadly patient with stage 123 cancers are treated with the curative intent stage. One patients are usually treated with local approaches. Surgery alone. For the most part or endoscopic approach is patients with stages two and three of every employee multi modality therapy. As he implied that are some patients that may be due to medical conditions. They're ineligible for a big operation like in the sack, productive me where we decided to utilize by modality treatment, but ultimately we want to utilize the best combination and sequence of either chemotherapy, radiation or surgery. In a way that best fits the patient that baby effectively deliver camp and minimize the likelihood of cancer back rooms. And the staging that you determine is determined based on all those tests that Dr Lynskey had kind of mentioned earlier. Is that correct the utilize a combination of tests, including the endoscopic ultrasound, CT scan pet scan. And then we look at it as a group to determine the clinical stage before we decide on a treatment approach. OK, great. Well, thank you so much. So join us shortly, and we will discuss a bit more about each of the types of treatments for a soft shell cancer..

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News Talk 1130 WISN

09:58 min | 1 year ago

"dr lynskey" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"She completed medical school at ST George's University in the West Indies, followed by a radiation oncology residency at North well Health in New York. She joined the M C. W faculty in 2018. And Dr Ben Georges, the medical oncologist who trained at many institutions in India, California and Ohio, prior to coming to M C W for his fellowship in hematology and oncology. This fellowship also included advanced training at M. D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. He joined the M C. W faculty in 2011. So thank you all so much for joining us to start off this first segment. We're gonna discuss a little bit about the background of a soft Agiel cancer. So, Dr Lynskey, can you just talk a little bit about how common is a soft Agiel cancer actually, amongst the population and how big or what is the scope of this problem? Well, well, absolutely assaulted. Your cancer currently is the 18th most common cancer that we see in medicine. Approximately. There's around 17,000 over about 17.5 1000 actually, people that air diagnosed each year. That it is mostly male dominated number. And why is it more common in men than in women? Typically, you know not what? I really harsh, unsure about. What? Why that is is just is definitely what we see more than anyone else meant in to have the have this, um Unless we're the ratio of almost 72 over with mental women. Yes, currently And then based in most patient the averages. A diagnosis is also in the late sixties around 68 also, and what type of symptoms. Dr Khan do. Patients usually have when they when you're concerned about esophageal cancer, What are some of the most common things that you see? Well softened your cast her typically presents in one of two ways. The first way is in a patient with no symptoms at all. Was found to have a small cancer in the esophagus on an upper endoscopy being done for a condition known as parents, esophagus. The second way is when a patient develops dysplasia. Which is the sensation of food getting stuck in the chest after swallowing And this is more typical of a more advanced cancer. And can people have difficulty with swallowing her food getting stuck in not having a savage ill cancer? Is that possible? Absolutely. That's a great point. Just because there's dysplasia. It doesn't mean that there's necessarily cancer there. Many other conditions. It can cause dysplasia. So it's very important that anyone with dysplasia have an upper endoscopy to directly looking the esophagus and seeing what's going on in there. If there's a cancer in there, it's very obvious. When looking inside, and it can easily be confirmed with tissue biopsies, and Dr George What are some of the risk factors that somebody might have to develop a self Jill Cancer? We talked about men. We talked about age. What other types of risk factors do you see in the patients that you treat with the soft Agiel cancer? Broadly, there are two kinds of esophagus cancer is that we tend to see we see adenocarcinoma of the esophagus that happens in the lower end of the esophagus. And then there are squamous cancers of the esophagus and the risk factors a different for both squamous carcinoma tend to arise in the setting of local irritation. It could be either due to smoking alcohol use, and there are other pre malignant conditions that could cause irritation in the area. In the western population. The incidents of squamous carcinoma is going down. The more common variety is adenocarcinoma of the esophagus that tends to arise in two major settings. We tend to see that in the background of Barrett's esophagus that happens do the acid reflux that tends to be a pre malignant condition that can over time? Transform into esophagus cancer. We also think that there is perhaps a role for obesity and lifestyle factors that factor into the development of esophagus cancer lot of workers going into that area at this time. So, Doctor, can you you mentioned Bear to Safia structure George mentioned bear too soft Kiss how you know A lot of people have heartburn and acid reflux. How common is bared to Suffolk asses in people who have heartburn and acid reflux, Or is it something that you don't see? Very commonly. Well, it's not. I mean heartburn is such a common symptom. So many people having a small percentage of people have bear to soften guests, and we really don't know exactly why some people develop it. And some people don't It's really interesting because various esophagus is basically And adaptive mechanism by the body to try to protect itself from chronic acid exposure. What happens is that the lining cells of the esophagus Transforms into an intestinal type of cell, which secretes mucus and provides a protective barrier against the acid, So the esophagus is really trying to protect itself against acid. Unfortunately, while the esophagus is very good at making a soft Agiel lining cells, it's not so good at making intestinal cells and those cells are inherently Unstable and they have the risk of becoming disorganized something we called dysplasia and then ultimately many transform into cancer. So anyone with Barrett's esophagus Needs to have periodic endoscopy is to look for the development of small cancers within that segment. And what is the chance of someone with bare its esophagus? Developing a cancer that is dependent on two factors? One is the length of the Barrett segment. On then the second more important is the degree of disorganization, which I mentioned dysplasia. Um in all, Barrett, The risk is actually very low is less than 1%. But in patients who have, um, high grade dysplasia that risk goes way up higher, maybe even 5%. And so for those patients, we don't recommend just periodic and dust me but actually, and just topic treatments. To oblate the abnormal high grade dysplasia to try to reverse it back to normal tissue. So Barrett's esophagus is a type of precursor potential precursor to cancer. And so if surveyed properly and biopsied, you can intervene before the development of a savage heal cancer. It sounds like in that setting, like Dr George mentioned, if that's the risk factor, Exactly. The most important thing is finding Barrett's esophagus once it's found it can be managed. And cancer can be prevented much like removing colon polyps in the colon during colonoscopy, But the important thing is to identify the people who are high risk. For developing barrettes. It's not just people that have long term acid reflux type symptoms on heartburn, but also, um there are other risk factors such as obesity and males who are over the age of 50, especially white males. And here in the Great State of Wisconsin. We have quite a few such people. Yes, yes, We have to keep an eye on them. Certainly So, Dr Lynskey once someone is diagnosed with esophageal cancer, which will talk about kind of treatment in the next segment, But What kind of obviously you're a surgeon, But what sort of work up? Are you looking for? Two. Um we'll talk more about surgery in the next segment. But how do you decide amongst all the treatment options? What to use? What? What do you typically expect? In terms of the work up of a patient. They get the endoscopy with the biopsy and what other types of tests do. They usually need Another important and ask if he study is and isn't the U. S and endoscopic ultrasound and what we do is we use that to kind of to assess the depth of invasion of any of the cancer. Another really important test that we use a special type of CT scan called a pet scan, and what we want to look for is with is how advanced is the disease Basically, in around the esophagus, and also throughout the entire body. The endoscopic ultrasound also does help us look at As kind of the advancement locally because the ultrasound can penetrate these things, you know, And then at that point is kind of a group decision. When we sit down, we all assess the patient and we look at the exit of the disease, the characteristics of the actual cancer itself. And then we look at the patient and figure out what is best for this patient. And what can the patient handle? And from there, we pretty much discussed. Most of our patients amongst ourselves. Figure out which pathway we want to send her down. So, Dr Pocket when you guys discuss these things do you have like a group session once a week or a few times month or something like that. And how do you determine as a group, which Syriza's of treatments are best for each patient? Because I feel like, you know, every patient is obviously so current. Yeah, absolutely so. We sit down once a week. Every Thursday morning. We have coffee and the group we have collected here, so it's It's really a nice approach where we have the surgeons in the room. The medical oncologist, the radiation oncologists. We have radiologists who do the job of reading over all the studies. The Dr Lynskey just mentioned and also the pathologist who can show us what it looked like under the microscope, so we'll all sit together and discuss new new patients that we've seen. On depending on what we've seen in those staging, scanned. It helps us to determine how advanced is the disease and then also the person's individual characteristics. So are they, Someone who could tolerate a surgery? Is that too much for them, Um and based on that will come up with what we call a multidisciplinary plan. Often in esophageal cancer..

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09:04 min | 2 years ago

"dr lynskey" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Bones and maintaining your flexibility As you grow older and better sleep in the list goes on and on. So trying to to know that you need to be active for the lifetime and one thing that helps maintain exercises, finding a body or somebody to exercise with whether it's a spouse or or your dog or You know, a group that you conjoined. There are many groups out there that hopefully will be up starting again, whether it's through a workplace or the senior center or a church group. Or I think it's why. I think it's that accountability factor. Definitely definitely eye. You know, I started the walk a mile in more program at the because I felt that people would come in for 12 weeks of exercise sessions and learn how to exercise and how much was enough and so forth, and they start losing some weight and making all positive changes and then They'd be graduated from the program. And when you would call them back in three months to see how things were going, they were right back to where they started from many of them. Not everybody, of course. But it's because people like to be recognized for having there. You know their efforts, they knowledge? Absolutely. And so I think that that accountability piece is really important to have somebody that you're accountable to somebody that says, Hey, you're doing a good job, or are you reaching out to the your body to say, Hey, I'm doing a good job. Yeah, absolutely. So I think that is a really important thing. Also. You know, we do live in a state where we don't always have warm weather and so finding out other places to exercise our stay active when winter blows, And so that might mean reaching out. For instance, a YouTube video that you could follow that's level appropriate an age appropriate for you in terms of maintaining your fitness, something that people really can empathize with. With this recent Corrine Drive everyone had you know when it was cold arraigning. How? How could you can't go outside exercise so having more resource is available. I think just the feedback of some of the devices like there's different APS and things you can get, like my fitness palace one. But there are other programs that can give you some feedback and So it sounds like exercise or activity, as you mentioned before, is really such a huge factor on DH. It doesn't necessarily have to be an intense workout. Necessarily. It's all relative. To what Take you know someone contol array based on the other medical issues that they may have and eating groups as well. I mean, weight watchers is still out there. I suspect work. Workplaces have other resources available to employees to that. They congrats that they maybe can attend again. Accountability. It sounds like it's a theme exactly. Yeah. And you know, obviously so important for managing these medical conditions. What? What kind of advice do you give people in terms ofthe How do they work with their doctor? Best in order, Tio maximise this experience. You know you You played a role in kind of helping with exercise and giving them advice about eating. But then you know, they they do need to see a physician to manage. Definitely. So what? What advice? Yeah. Do you give people about that? I need to make sure that they're following their providers advice in terms of taking medication properly and on schedule. If there's issues with remembering to take medications, you know, maybe using pill minders or things, but Talking to their doctor. If they are having any side effects to their medications, or, you know, hopefully the physician is providers good at giving positive reinforcement back on. Hey, I see lost £10 since I saw you three months ago, and that's really great because The power of the physician's word is it's very strong, and so we all like to be recognized for the fact that we are putting in effort and maybe we're still struggling reaching our goals. But we're working on them. Absolute. So, so, you know, obviously, medications have to play a role in this You can exercise be more active, eat, eat differently, But at some point medication does have Tio Be used in order to prevent a lot of B issues on the organs that Dr Clyne's kid mentioned. So Dr Clint See what are the types of medications kind of in general that exist for people with high blood pressure? Sure, so there are several different classes of blood pressure lowering medications. I would say there's probably four main classes that most physicians pick from. And those would include diary ticks, something called calcium channel blockers. Ace inhibitors or air Bs, and then finally, the category of beta blockers. And in what way do these work, Dr Whittle differently. Obviously, we don't have to get very scientific here. But just in general for people. Is there a certain class that you go to first or kind of? How do you decide? Also some walkies the city of machinists, while sort of talk about first, it's is a pump system upon and pipes. And so the three class of the three ways of thinking other medicines that empty the bleed a little bit of fluid out of the system. That'll drop the pressure. Having a little bit less powerful pumping action that'll drop the blood pressure and having the place to be a little bit bigger will drop the pressure. It turns out that most of the time doctors will start with something that bleeds a little fluid out of the pipes. Although individual settings call for specific medicines that that is why why it's not a cookbook is something where the doctor looks at your individual situation to make their choice? But oftentimes we'll start with a medicine to take a little bit of fluid out of the system. And those medications basically take sodium and water that goes with him out. And these are the diuretics. Dr Clyne scheme mentioned But equally effective are calcium channel blockers, which is a medicine that in general makes the pipes a little bit bigger and ace inhibitors, which again our medicines that make pipes a little bit bigger. So we use those those three groups, probably most often and then and then we'll add on as time goes on. I'm sure Dr Lynskey would sort of come sometimes gets involved with the more medicines that are involved, The more likely that that I would ask a specialist to help out like Dr Clinton. Yes. So Dr Clinton at what point do you That's a great segue way kind of. When do you get involved in management of of the blood pressure and kind of what's your role is is a cardiologists in that regard. So I'm involved. I would say in multiple different ways. I think one as a general cardiologists but also to have a preventive cardiology clinic. So I see some patients that don't have preexisting cardiovascular disease, And then they just want to see another get another opinion about how to manager treat their blood pressure. I also get involved when patients have had side effects to multiple different medications. So then I tend to work with them. On those side effects and try some different regimens s so that they can tolerate it and safely get their blood pressure down while also feeling good. What are some of those side effects? I mean, I'm sure it depends on the medication. But what if when you see people? What are the most common things that people usually tell you? They have issues with in regard to side effects from their blood pressure medication. Sure, so I would say the first thing I typical here. The most common thing is that patients might feel a little bit fatigued, but they don't have as much energy when they start blood pressure medications. Now, in a lot of cases this this is kind of a normal thing, because what I tell them is Hey, your body now has toe operate at a lower blood pressure. And so you might feel a little sluggish or fatigued for at least a couple of weeks while your body resets. It's barometer, but it will reset overtime. You know, as your on these medications. Now outside of fatigue, Sometimes with the diary ticks, especially maybe at older ages. Some of those patients might get a little bit of light headedness, especially when they wake up in the morning. They also might just have electrolyte abnormalities so low levels of potassium some fluctuations there and so Really helping them keep on top of labs, making sure there's no lab changes, looking at diet to kind of help things on giving them expectations. In the beginning of what's gonna happen when I start this blood pressure medication. Um Typically, you know when we talk about which class to use, because I do see a lot of patients that already have heart disease or potentially heart failure. Then I picked the ones that they're going to need any ways to treat those things. So in my cardiac patients, Thie East inhibitors in arms, you know on the beta blockers are kind of the first and second choices for training, heart failure, but also.

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