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"dr. frieden" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:20 min | 2 months ago

"dr. frieden" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Look up. You can an airfield in Contra Costa County had the opportunity to get on this plane and fly and I told my mom after the fact that it was fully autonomous because she would have just died, they were able to step up to the plate and help deliver doses of the vaccine and will continue to do so. Fact, their first shipment went out to the Navajo nation on because visors vaccine the one they're sending has a limited shelf life and strict storage and security requirements for room But this is the one that has to be really, really cold. So is Emily points out an autonomous cargo plane doesn't mean that no person goes on it. Just no pilot X wing makes the autonomous piloting software. Not the aircraft. The concept of community spread of Corona virus is all too familiar now. But in the beginning of the year, it came as a surprise. Dr Francis Frieda works at the Seattle hospital that first detected the spread. And he tells CNN, the hospital followed CDC guidance. We acted on those recommendations and selected two individuals in our critical care unit. Who had been there it had full evaluation. They were both critically ill with severe pneumonia as we found out that both of those individuals were positive. Dr Frieden says his hospital stocked up and prepared for a new respiratory pandemic because after SARS MERS pandemic flu in Zika, doctors knew it was a matter of when, not if another disease would turn up. Crime scene that San Bernadino County sheriff's deputies encountered Christmas morning look like something out of one of those TV true crime shows. They responded to a car crash and a possible shooting and grand terrace along the 2 15 Freeway halfway between Riverside and San Bernadino. Deputies found the crashed car with a shattered rear window. They found a bloody spent bullet line on the dashboard and blood stains as well. And one more thing Ah grenade launcher in the back seat. The car's registered to a man who's on parole for assault with an automatic weapon and he is missing. They are looking for him. 10 35 now traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives. Let's look at your freeways with Lisa Goff. Okay, We're going to start you out in Fontana, where they're trying, Tomo. Knock down a few flames. If you're trying to get on the Chinese about it, Sierra. There's some bushes on fire there on the right shoulder and then see if he's planning to run a break in Long Beach. This is on the 7 10 south bound transition to the four or five South bound It's a stalled car. They're they're trying to clear it. It is around a blind curve. So right as you come around the curve there. There it is. Bam! It's on the shoulder. So watch out for that in Southgate, If you're trying to get on the 7 10 north bound at Firestone, there's a motorcycle that flipped over there on that on ramp they're gonna be attending to that accident. There's a stolen car. Still, there's trying to work on in Hacienda Heights. 60 West Bennett, Azusa, the conked out cars partially blocking the right lane. I think it Woz. I think it's over to the right shoulder. Now it doesn't have its lights on. It's just waiting for a tow. In West gesture If you were trying to get on the four or five, North found Howard Hughes, there's SUV that hit the center divider spun out and it's blocking the carpool lane. Your next report is at 10 45 only sick off with more traffic reports more often can extend 70 news radio. We had some really sunny days over these last several days, and that's gonna change tomorrow. It's going to get Cloudy again and we don't have rain, particularly in the forecast.

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CDC advisers to vote Tuesday on who will be first in line for a vaccine

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

03:12 min | 3 months ago

CDC advisers to vote Tuesday on who will be first in line for a vaccine

"To develop and distribute a safe, effective corona virus vaccine well underway. Advisers to the Centers for Disease Control are set to me today, deciding who will get that vaccine first. Here's NBC's George Stephanopoulos joined now by Dr Tom Frieden, the former CDC director who is now president and CEO of Resolve to save lives. Dr. Frieden. Thank you for joining us. Take us inside this prioritization process deciding who's going to get the vaccine. And when you've got about 20 million doses, But you have 87 million essential workers. 53 million over the age of 65 millions more with chronic conditions. How do you decide? Fundamentally, You wanna look at three things, George, One is how much good you going to do? How many lives you're gonna say Second is what's fair. What's the fair way to do it? And the third is How can we do this openly? Transparently so that there's no back room deals. It's clear what's happening and the A C. I P. That committee That's meeting today is the right group to do that. They are the top experts in the country on vaccines, and they consider all those factors in terms of maximum benefit. You want to really focus on nursing homes, because that's where 40% of the deaths have been in terms of fairness, you want to make sure that doctors get it because the nurses and all health care workers, not just the people who you may see stories about, but people cleaning the floors that people checking people in the people who are exposed and heart at risk, not just of getting it, but of spreading it. Those three principles are what guide and this kind of public discussion and decision is really healthy way that have this prioritization done. You're right. Transparency is important. Of course, the vaccine still needs to be approved. We're hoping for it to happen within days. Can anything slow that down? We do expect approval to come pretty soon, but I would also expect there to be bumps in the road in the vaccination program. When you vaccinate millions of people. Some people get really sick after the vaccination, and you don't know whether that was the vaccine, or that was just coincidence. So that has to be studied carefully or you're going to get all sorts of wild rumors flying around. That's another place where you really need transparency. This is how many cases of severe adverse effects we may have, or may expect. Is it higher? Is it related there? Maybe production problems. There may be rumors. There may be people who don't want to take it even if you do have the vaccine, So this is probably George the single most Complicated vaccination program in American history, even though it's happened, so expect that they're going to be some bumps in the road. No question about that. As we wait for the vaccine. It certainly appears that all signs are too are pointing toward a dark winter before relief in the spring. Even though the vaccine news is very encouraging. It's not here yet, and therefore we have to double down on safety protocols or we're going to see the worst season we've had for covert. We've already as you show reaching 100,000 hospitalizations in the next week or so we'll hit 2000 deaths per day on average in the next few weeks, Sadly, We can all do more and more we recognize we're in it together. The safer will be the more we can continue our kids in school. Our healthcare has to continue to save people's lives. But that means dialing back on things like indoor gatherings, bars and restaurants and making sure we all mask off again. That's a B

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Vaccines Are Coming, but Pandemic Experts Expect a 'Horrible' Winter

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

03:17 min | 3 months ago

Vaccines Are Coming, but Pandemic Experts Expect a 'Horrible' Winter

"With the race to develop and distribute a safe and effective Corona virus vaccine well underway. Advisers to the Centers for Disease Control is said to me today deciding who will get the vaccine first. Here's NBC's George Stephanopoulos joined now by Dr Tom Frieden, the former CDC director who is now president and CEO of Resolve to save lives. Dr. Frieden, thank you for joining us. Take us inside this prioritization process deciding who's going to get the vaccine. And when you've got about 20 million doses, But you have 87 million essential workers. 53 million over the age of 65 millions more with chronic conditions. How do you decide? Fundamentally, You wanna look at three things, George, One is how much good you going to do? How many lives you're gonna save second is what's fair. What's the fair way to do it? And the third is How can we do this openly? Transparently so that there's no back room deals. It's clear what's happening and the A C. I P. That committee That's meeting today is the right group to do that. They are the top experts in the country on vaccines, and they consider all those factors in terms of maximum benefit. You want to really focus on nursing homes? Because that's where 40% of the deaths have been in terms of fairness. You want to make sure that doctors get it because the nurses and all health care workers, not just The people who you may see stories about people cleaning the floors that people checking people in the people who are exposed and heart at risk, not just of getting it, but of spreading it. So those three principles are what guide and this kind of public discussion and decision is really healthy way that have this prioritization done. You're right. Transparency is important. Of course, the vaccine still needs to be approved. We're hoping for it to happen within days. Can anything slow that down? We do expect approval to come pretty soon, but I would also expect there to be bumps in the road in the vaccination program. When you vaccinate millions of people. Some people get really sick after the vaccination, and you don't know whether that was the vaccine, or that was just coincidence. So that has to be studied carefully or you're going to get all sorts of wild rumors flying around. That's another place where you really need transparency. This is how many cases of severe adverse effects we may have, or may expect. Is it higher? Is it related there? Maybe production problems. There may be rumors. There may be people who don't want to take it even if you do have the vaccine, So this is probably George the single most complicated vaccination program. In American history, even though it's happened, so expect that they're going to be some bumps in the road. No question about that. As we wait for the vaccine. It certainly appears that all signs are too are pointing toward a dark winter before relief in the spring. Even though the vaccine news is very encouraging. It's not here yet, and therefore we have to double down on safety protocols or we're going to see the worst season we've had for covert. We've already as you show reaching 100,000 hospitalizations in the next week or so we'll hit 2000 deaths per day on average in the next few weeks, Sadly, We can all do more and more we recognize we're in it together. The safer will be the more we can continue our kids in school. Our healthcare has to continue to save people's lives. But that means dialing back on things like indoor gatherings. Bars and restaurants and making sure we all mask off along with ABC is George Stephanopoulos says former Centers for Disease Control director Dr Tom

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"dr. frieden" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:13 min | 4 months ago

"dr. frieden" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is weekend edition from NPR News. I'm Scott Simon. There are numbers other than vote tallies this week. Pandemic continues to ravage America coast to coast. Born Mohr lives are being devastated every day, the corona virus seems to be spreading unchecked at a record pace. Joined now for the latest from NPR health correspondent Rob Stein. Rob, Thanks so much for being with us sure things Just a month or two ago, it seemed to be there seemed to be some cautious signs that the pandemic was getting better. Today just seems one grim milestone after another. Yes, God. Unfortunately, the US keeps falling farther and farther behind the virus in this race just this week, the U. S passed too sad milestones more than 100,000. New infections were reported in a single day. For the first time. The next day, more than 121,000 cases were reported, and yesterday more than 126,000. New infections are now being reported inside the White House. And, you know, I got this accelerating spread of the virus is pushing the US past nine million total infections and we're now perilously close to 10 million. I talked about this with Dr Tom Frieden. He used to run the CDC. The pandemic is out of control in most of the United States. Currently, the virus has the upper hand. And the scary thing is, the virus seems to be starting to spread exponentially. Which means of worse could be yet to come, especially with winter looming. Could you point us to those places on the map? Those communities where the virus does have the upper hand. That's another disturbing thing about our current situation. The search isn't just hitting one part of the country like the first two spice. This one is nationwide. Now, record numbers of cases are being reported in dozens of states from coast to coast in parts of the northeast like Maine in Connecticut week either had never been hit hard before or had beaten the virus back. Cases are rising across southern states like Alabama, Texas in Mississippi in western states like Colorado and Utah. But it's especially bad in the Midwest, like states like Wisconsin in states like Michigan, Illinois in North Dakota. I talked about this with Bill Whitmore. He runs the Missouri's public health lab than mid Missouri, the middle part of the state where I'm located. There's about, uh, four county area where the cases are just they're horrible in terms of numbers. In fact, the positivity rate in the four county area that I'm located in has risen to 50 55 57%, which is unbelievable. It's you know, it's unbelievable because it means more than half the people getting tested are infected. And Rob looking into those figures. How many people Getting seriously ill and and even dying. More than 53,000. Covert. Patients are already so sick that they're in the hospital right now, and that's getting close to his bad as things have gotten at any point in the pandemic, and that's already pushing hospitals to the limit in some places like El Paso, Texas, in Wisconsin. Even though doctors have gotten a lot better at saving people's lives, the number of people dying is increasing. More than 236,000. People have already died in the U. S. From Cove it and more than 1200 are now going every day. Here's Dr Frieden Again Cove. It is already the third leading cause of death in the United States. And for each death. There are an estimated nine people grieving. Dr Frieden estimates that death toll could easily hit a quarter of a million by Thanksgiving. And with that kind of death toll have We've been able to measure how the pandemic may have affected the election. So, you know, we know the pandemic shifted millions of votes to mail in ballots and close states have changed many of the ways that count ballots and one might think areas that got hit hardest might have been less likely to support the president. But my colleague Sean MK men has been looking at the numbers and that's not what he found. Support for Trump grew in the counties with the highest death rates. Now, that may mean many things. Maybe voters he trumps strategy is the best option and want to stick with it. But for all we know, maybe his support would have been even higher in those counties have the pendant that never happened. So you know, as they say more research is needed on that point. NPR health correspondent Rob Stein. Thanks so much. You bet, Scott. President Trump has made limited public appearances since Election Day on Tuesday, but his campaign has been working hard to try to convince courts to stop the count. They filed a flurry of lawsuits. President says he's even prepared to take the fight to the Supreme Court remains unclear how any or if any of this will happen. NPR's miles parks covers voting hey joins us now to try and sketch out some of those legal challenges. Miles. Thanks for being with us. Good morning, and what is the latest on lawsuits? The Trump campaign is filed. It actually seems to be slowing down the later in the week after the election that we get the biggest litigation news yesterday was this order from the U. S. Supreme Court to Pennsylvania election officials. To do something with absentee ballots that they say they were already doing. If that gives you an idea of kind of the slowness of litigation yesterday, the bottom line is that even though President Trump No announced again yesterday. He wants to keep fighting through the legal system around this election legal experts I've talked to say there's just not that much room for litigation. At this point, since there was so much legal wrangling before the voting started, most of the rules here have already been settled. The lawsuit filed much impact so far. I wouldn't say so. But I do think it's important to define success here. If you define it by changing the rules in a way that actually affects election outcomes in a meaningful way. Then they've had close to zero. Success. If you define success is changing the narrative of the election to maybe fit what President Trump is trying to say to like, push this idea of election fraud further into the conversation. Then you know, President Trump probably would see these lawsuits as successful. Let me ask you about recounts. It looks like some of the states that Joe Biden is projected to win. Have the potential for I guess legally mandated recounts. Can you walk us through some of those? Sure, so the big possibility seemed to be Pennsylvania, Georgia, Wisconsin in Arizona. At this point in Pennsylvania, a recounts automatically called if the races within a half a percentage point, which it is right now, But it is very unclear whether it will stay there. Arizona would goto one if the margins within 10.1%, which it isn't at this point. George in Wisconsin do seem to be headed to recounts. The secretary of State of Georgia announced yesterday that that state would head to a recount and in Wisconsin, the candidates have the option to request a recount. If the races within 1%, which it is at this point, the Trump campaign has already said they want one and based on history. What are the odds that recount could Could change the victor very unlikely. We just almost never see these sorts of recounts affect results in a meaningful way. When it does happen, it's in places with very small margins. I'm talking hundreds of votes in most cases, so Georgia does seem like the most likely candidate. That a recount could potentially make a difference in a place like Wisconsin. It's probably moved even Scott Walker, the former Republican governor, he tweeted that 20,000 votes that current margin in this race is a high hurdle for a recount. A 2016 recount, for instance, there change the vote count by only about 130 votes. NPR's miles parks. Thanks so much. Thank you. Georgia has gone Republican in every presidential election since 1996. But this year at the moment, Joe Biden has taken a narrow lead. Of about 4000 votes. Some voting rights organizer's on the ground are claiming a victory for their organizing efforts and say OFA is the CEO of the New Georgia project, and she joins us from Atlanta. Thanks very much for being with us..

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"dr. frieden" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:06 min | 4 months ago

"dr. frieden" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"There's about a four county area where the cases are just they're horrible in terms of numbers, in fact of the positivity rate in the four county area that I'm located in Is risen to 50 55 57%, which is unbelievable. It's you know, it's unbelievable because it means more than half the people getting tested are infected. And Rob looking into those figures. How many people Getting seriously ill and and even dying. More than 53,000. Covert. Patients are already so sick that they're in the hospital right now, and that's getting close to his bad as things have gotten at any point in the pandemic, and that's already pushing hospitals to the limit in some places like El Paso, Texas, in Wisconsin. Even though doctors have gotten a lot better at saving people's lives. The number of people dying is increasing more than 236,000. People have already died in the U. S from Cove. It And more than 1200 are now dying every day. Here's Dr Frieden again Cove. It is already the third leading cause of death in the United States and for each death. There are an estimated nine people grieving, Dr Frieden estimates the death toll could easily hit a quarter of a million by Thanksgiving. And with that kind of death toll have We've been able to measure how the pandemic may have affected the election. So, you know, we know the pandemic shifted millions of votes to mail in ballots and cause states have changed many of the ways they count ballots. And one might think areas that got hit hardest might have been less likely to support the president. But my colleague Sean McMinn has been looking at the numbers and that's not what he found. Support for Trump grew in the counties with the highest death rates. Now, that may mean many things. Maybe voters he trumps strategy is the best option and want to stick with it. But for all we know, maybe his support would have been even higher in those counties. Had the pandemic never happened. So you know, as they say more research is needed on that point. NPR health correspondent Rob Stein. Thanks so much. You bet, Scott. President Trump has made limited public appearances since Election Day on Tuesday, but his campaign has been working hard to try to convince courts to stop the count. They filed a flurry of lawsuits. President says he's even prepared to take the fight to the Supreme Court remains unclear, if any, how any or if any of this will happen. NPR's miles parks covers voting hey joins us now to try and sketch out some of those legal challenges. Miles. Thanks for being with us. Good morning and what is the latest on lawsuits? The Trump campaign is filed. It actually seems to be slowing down. You know, the later in the week after the election that we get the biggest litigation news yesterday was this order from the U. S. Supreme Court to Pennsylvania election officials. To do something with absentee ballots that they say they were already doing. If that gives you an idea of kind of the slowness of litigation yesterday, the bottom line is that even though President Trump you know, announced again yesterday he wants to keep fighting through the legal system around this election. Legal experts I've talked to say there's just not that much room for litigation. At this point, since there was so much legal wrangling before the voting started, most of the rules here have already been settled. The lawsuit filed much impact so far. I wouldn't say so. But I do think it's important to define success here. If you define it by changing the rules in a way that actually affects election outcomes in a meaningful way. Then they've had close to zero. Success. If you define success is changing the narrative of the election to maybe fit what President Trump is trying to say to like, push this idea of election fraud further into the conversation. Then you know, President Trump probably would see these lawsuits as successful. Let me ask you about recounts. It looks like some of the states that Joe Biden is projected to win. Have the potential for I guess legally mandated recounts. Can you walk us through some of.

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"dr. frieden" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:31 min | 5 months ago

"dr. frieden" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Eastbound right at Paramount Boulevard Injury crash. Carpal left still blocked here in the Times is going to shut down all lanes to get some of these cars over to the right shoulder. It looks like we may have a problem on the westbound side as well. This would be westbound Downey and yes, we dio. I'm just getting word beseech thee. This is a crash in the fast lane. So it looks like this crashing at the side Caught your attention. There's this 91 both directions. Problems are eastbound side fromthe 1 10 slow your westbound side at a saree does starting right Karma. Nita is going to be slow, Arty. Asia is an alternate that I've been giving your westbound side looks good. He's found starting to get a little heavy, But still, I think that'll save you some time. If you want to hop off the freeway instead of sitting in this backup here now, let's go get up there. In that problem. The five in Boyle Heights with Scott, who's overhead in the Southern California Tony Dealers, sky five. We had a crasher with a truck that flipped over. There was a huge debris spill here. A car was involved. This is the South. I brought it for street heading toward the East L a interchange with a tear and lays the fourth Street offer after bank closed. Check the backup still holding Radic, Colorado, getting your attention north out five to the East. Only interchange expected back up there towards About Indiana. We looked at the Hollywood Freeway, which is probably your best option for getting at the downtown right now. Even that's gonna be tough South pounds starting, it sucks up Boulevard out through the floor level interchange. You're on the 10 West. Here in Pomona. Little bit. Pass Orange Grove coming upto white a little bit for Fairfax. We've got and motorcycle wreck in lanes. We've got injuries to keep an eye on this got some volumes starting to build here. Another tough, Dr Frieden, said 45 through the South Bay. Things get heavy right about El Segundo Boulevard. From that point heavy down through Carson and still say sluggish you to make your way down into Long Beach. Amtrak's developing comprehensive safety measures, including um Editori mask requirement policy efficient air filtration amore. In partnership with Lysol. Amtrak is also leveraging experts to roll out comprehensive disinfection protocols that key touchpoints onboard and in stations book whenever you're ready. Damn track dot com Support for 35 on Brian Douglas. More traffic force more often in the SD CCU 24 hour Traffic Center K Next 10 70 NewsRadio Fire Danger is up. He's still with us as we go into tomorrow Saturday, come down a little bit S'more, though cooler for Sunday. Top stories, the only share facing calls to resign immediately and the idea just letting everybody get covert isn't sitting well with health officials. Nellie Coming mornings and three minutes is for 27. Let's talk about coming dental because you could get a perfect smile in just today. With their help. They can fix anything. They do crowns, bridges, root canals all while you sleep, so that makes it easy. If you've got some anxiety, that's why you haven't been to the dentist in a long time. And you don't need to go. You don't particularly like going to the dentist? Well, you sleep they get.

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"dr. frieden" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:37 min | 5 months ago

"dr. frieden" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I heart radio app. The big news. Of course. I mean, it's just dominating the news cycle all over the world, I might add is the President Donald Trump? Has cove in and he is showing my old symptoms. His wife also Melania, and they are self while they're quarantining himself. Quarantine E. They're quarantining in the White House, and we are expecting an announcement where he is going to go on national television. To describe how he can still work. And how his symptoms are in no way can no way or are in no way interfering with his duties. I mean, obviously is campaign stops. His plan stopped coming in, I think on Tuesday Here in Southern California for a fundraiser. I mean, that's all been put to. Ah, hold on, assuming, I mean, we haven't heard, And then he has Ah, events in Pennsylvania, Ohio coming up. And then the next debate members. This is a 15 Day quarantine. And he started it last night. It's ah, good time to talk about the Web of well in this doctors that he has retweeted their position and maybe that's kind of changed. Hopefully, it does. And this is an NPR investigation. So take that with a grain of salt, knowing where that came from, and they've identified more than 30 medical practices in a dozen states. That airport. Ah, promoting this drug thigh. Omo! Ah! Hi motion. Alfa one. It's administered the injection and what these doctors air saying. This is the treatment. This is what you need. And there's one well named Dr. Ah, well known Doctor Dominique frayed and read, And that's the big one. And what Dr Frieden read. Ah is saying And by the way, a very prominent figure in the well in this community she owns in the medical practices here in Los Angeles Vital life M d in L A. In fact, you know, the Gwyneth Paltrow is brand goop. I came up with this crazy Madame Ovary supplement. Well, Dr Reed came up with that. That's who formulated that. Oh, by the way, Ah, most an Alfa one is not approved by the FDA for treating anything. And yet here is another quack cure or treatment or vaccine. And the problem, of course, is the Internet. And the Internet creates all of this. Also the political proud boys movement, the white supremacist movement has explode. The cue and on movement has exploded. Eight o'clock. I'm going to talk about how last night watching a news report on all of this. I was hit with a gut gut punch. Literally a sledgehammer hit me and I'll explain never had that happen before that extent, and it has to do with these times for sure so This has been going on and when you have non FDA approved drugs That are being used by doctors. It's kind of a slippery slope. Doctors are allowed to air allowed to give you drugs, they're allowed to prescribe drugs off brand. They actually have the ability to take a drug that has not been approved by the FDA for a certain condition and give it to you. Even though there's not the FDA trial, the FDA when you look at you seen all those commercials on TV about drugs, side effects, oily stools, uncontrolled action for more than four hours, Please go see a doctor immediately. Well, they talk about a specific A specific ailment. And I mean so specific when you talk about, for example, arthritis, the type of arthritis the subset of arthritis. And if you have this other, you can't use it. And if you're suffering from this up for other malady with high blood pressure, That's how specific thes tests are where the FDA goes to my new Sha and Doctors are allowed to say Okay, it worked for this. Let's try it for that. So it really is a mixed bag and you have doctors that are looking at research of doctors that are looking okay, It seems that there is enough evidence out there. They're enough Pierre studies even though the FDA has not approved it, it has been approved in Europe or it's been approved overseas, and there is a reason for administering prescribing a specific drug. These people are just crazy. I mean, this is the kind of stuff that is just out there and people buy it. And unfortunately, why do people buy it? Because even though they are MDS well, that in and of itself is questionable because that's real science, because that's what you're taught in med school. Right. They are out of the mainstream. Which means for the people who don't believe in the establishment who think the conspiracy theories are out there who think that Barack Obama was born in Kenya? You don't trust the establishment. Why? Because it's one giant swamp. It's a conspiracy. So therefore, if a doctor prescribes medication pursuant to the F D a clearance is that you question Crazy guys. Right. These quacks you don't question them because they question medicine and anybody who questions medicine, therefore, is legitimate. Why, Because medicine is part of the mainstream part of society. And therefore we have to question it. I mean, it is insane. Welcome. Welcome to the new world. So the new normal is not on ly dealing with the virus viruses and dealing with climate change and the wildfires here in California in the drought and the floods and the Hurricanes, the new norm. Is questioning science itself. Politicizing. A virus..

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"dr. frieden" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

05:55 min | 5 months ago

"dr. frieden" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"You're listening to K annex and depth along with Mike Simpson. I'm Charles Feldman later on in the show. Over half of all adults don't Americans are estimated to have had a medical debt sense to a collections agency. Crushing medical debts were a major issue before the pandemic. Now it's turning into a full blown national crisis right now, though, just within this past week, the director of the Centers for Disease Control And prevention has contradicted the president of the United States and vice versa. On a numeral on numerous occasions and on a variety of different issues is the current virus outbreak continues to rage. Can the CDC still be trusted? And as President Trump want to trust his chief scientists and medical advisers. Joining us now is Dr Richard Besser, who is president and CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. He served as acting director of the CDC. During the Obama administration. Dr Bester thank you for joining us. Thanks so much for having me on Let's let's begin with today has been a day of kind of flip flopping with the CDC. First they had prescription on their website about who should be getting Tested and when for the Corona virus, then it was kind of in the view of many softened up. Ah, presumably under pressure. And this morning they reversed back to the way it wass. You used to work there. Can you even explain how that happened? You know this is unprecedented when when I was at the CDC, and afterwards when Dr Frieden was the director of the CDC, the typical approach was that CDC lead during a public health crisis. And was out front talking to the public every day. So when the agency was learning something new and was moving forward with changing guidance, they would be the opportunity for them to explain what they've learned and why the guidance was changing and the opportunity for good journalists to question why what's happening here? Why should people do something differently? Here during this crisis. That's not in the case. And so we see new guidance appearing on BBC's website on then it's left to others to try and figure out why this change took place. I think the current guidance where they where they landed today, it's the right place. On what they see in that guy is that anyone who's had significant exposure to someone who is positive for covert 19 should get tested. And the reason for that is that even if you don't have symptoms It's possible that you're infected with the virus. And people who who are infected. Don't have symptoms can still spread it to others. So if we want to get this under control, you really want to be able track where the infection is gone. What happened to the late August. They backed off on that said, Well, if you don't have symptoms, you don't necessarily need to be tested. And it appears that that change was due to some political interference. The reporting is that it came from HHS. You know the parent department. Why would that happen? Why would they go and change the website? For the CDC. Well, that's that's the big question. You never want to see that happen. You wantto you want people to feel comfortable that what is being put forward by CDC represents their best Their best analysis and guidance based on based on public health science. And without them being able to be out front explaining what's going on, You'll lose that and you lose trust. This has been a very challenging period for the CDC, where they haven't been able to use one of their most powerful tools. That's their voice. And, of course, let me and it's not just the C D. C. Of course, the FDA has had its share of controversy. In the past few months, and that brings me to this question. Dr. Bester. We in our last segment we're talking about. Eventually hopefully effective vaccines and for people to take them when and if they are available is going to require. The polls are showing this A lot of trust on the part of Americans on the part of people in the rest of the world Trust in these institutions such as the CDC, such as the FDA. What's been going on is not exactly Ah formula for trust. Yeah. I mean, that That is a really big problem. I'm so glad you say when and if Because there's this assumption that we absolutely will have a vaccine against Kobe 19. I'm optimistic we will given the amount of energy that's going into this. But if you but if you look over the past 2030 years and some of the infectious agents that have caused the most devastation around the globe, HIV malaria, hepatitis C and Maggie Fever Scientists have tried to create vaccines for those for decades, and we still don't have one. So you know until the trials are in, and we know that a vaccine works and we know that it's safe. Using the word if is really important, because people have to do those public health measures of mass social distancing and hand washing that they can get this under control now and then we can we can think about when we change change that if there's an effective vaccine, But the point you're making about trust is essential. That seems don't save lives. Vaccination does. And if people don't trust that a vaccine that's being recommended is safe and effective and that politics is not part of the recommendation. There are a lot of people who weren't going to want to get that and that would be really devastating. Dr. Richard Besser, president and CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, served as acting director of the CDC during the Obama administration, sticking with us for another few minutes here on this show will be back in just a couple It's me your personal info..

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"dr. frieden" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:00 min | 6 months ago

"dr. frieden" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Fox News will reaction to an article in the Atlantic, saying the president Trump pushed back on visiting in American military cemetery in France back in 2018 and also referred to fall on US soldiers as quote losers and suckers, former Nebraska Republican senator and Obama White House Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel. Saying he's not surprised. Let's go back and look at Mr Trump's words himself coming out of his own mouth, starting in 2016 with what he said about John McCain and what he continued to say about McCain. How he degraded the service of General Mattis and McMaster and just recently, General Kelly. The history of this president over last three and four years is pretty clear. Chuck Hagel on ABC is this week. The president is denying the allegations. Australia announcing supply and production agreements with pharmaceutical companies with over $1 billion For two potential covert 19 vaccines on Plan. Britain's University of Oxford working with AstraZeneca and Australia's University of Queensland, working with CSL will provide more than 84 million vaccine doses for Australia's 26 million people. As for a fast track US vaccine and whether it will be safe, former CDC director Dr Tom Frieden Depends on the data. I'd look at the data and make sure that no corners were cut. I'd make sure that whoever needs it most would get it first. But if it goes through the full FDA process in his approved in the full city, see process and is approved and it were my turn to get it, then, sure, I'd get it. Dr. Frieden, speaking with Fox News. Racing on Sunday night. Kevin Harvick gets the win at Darlington Raceway in the NASCAR Cup. Siri's playoff opener Austin Dillon finishing second Joey Logano coming in third Americans listening to Fox News I'm the Fox News Podcasts Network. Stay on top.

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"dr. frieden" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:16 min | 6 months ago

"dr. frieden" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"I'm Paul Stevens. Fox News well reaction to an article in the Atlantic, saying the president Trump pushed back on visiting an American military cemetery in France back in 2018 and also referred to fall on US soldiers as quote losers and suckers, former Nebraska Republican senator and Obama White House Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel. Saying he's not surprised. Let's go back and look at Mr Trump's words himself coming out of his own mouth, starting in 2016 with what he said about John McCain and what he continued to say about McCain. How he degraded the service of generals Mattis and McMaster and just recently, General Kelly. The history of this president over last three and four years is pretty clear. Chuck Hagel on ABC is this week. The president is denying the allegations. Australia announcing supply and production agreements with pharmaceutical companies with over $1 billion For two potential covert 19 vaccines onto the plan. Britain's University of Oxford working with AstraZeneca and Australia's University of Queensland, working with CSL will provide more than 84 million vaccine doses for Australia's 26 million people. As for a fast track US vaccine and whether it will be safe, former CDC director Dr Tom Frieden Depends on the data. I'd look at the data and make sure that no corners were cut. I'd make sure that whoever needs it most would get it first. But if it goes through the full FDA process in his approved in full city, see process and is approved and it were my turn to get it and sure I'd get it. Dr. Frieden, speaking with Fox News. Racing on Sunday night. Kevin Harvick gets the win at Darlington Raceway in the NASCAR Cup. Siri's playoff opener Austin Dillon finishing second Joey Logano coming in third. America's listening to Fox News. Luck is completely busted. Captain speaking. The Flying lock Spence can help. But before we take off, here's a little secret of flying locksmiths could do more than fix broken lungs. It was on a door. They've got it. They've installed confidence with all inclusive security since 1946 full door replacements, crash bars and all.

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"dr. frieden" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:49 min | 6 months ago

"dr. frieden" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"On Paul Stevens Fox News while reaction to an article in the Atlantic, saying the president Trump pushed back on visiting an American military cemetery in France back in 2018, and also referred to fall on US soldiers as quote losers and suckers, former Nebraska Republican senator and Obama White House Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel. Saying he's not surprised. Let's go back and look at Mr Trump's words himself coming out of his own mouth, starting in 2016 with what he said about John McCain and what he continued to say about McCain. How he degraded the service of generals Mattis and McMaster and just recently, General Kelly. The history of this president over last three and four years is pretty clear. Chuck Hagel on ABC is this week. The president is denying the allegations. Australia announcing supply and production agreements with pharmaceutical companies with over $1 billion For two potential covert 19 vaccines onto the plan. Britain's University of Oxford working with AstraZeneca and Australia's University of Queensland, working with CSL will provide more than 84 million vaccine doses for Australia's 26 million people. As for a fast track US vaccine and whether it will be safe, former CDC director Dr Tom Frieden Depends on the data. I'd look at the data and make sure that no corners were cut. I'd make sure that whoever needs it most would get it first. But if it goes through the full FDA process and has approved in full city, see process and is approved, and it were my turn to get it and sure I'd get it. Dr. Frieden, speaking with Fox News. Racing on Sunday night. Kevin Harvick gets the win at Darlington Raceway in the NASCAR Cup. Siri's playoff opener Austin Dillon finishing second Joey Logano coming in third Americans listening to.

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"dr. frieden" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:07 min | 6 months ago

"dr. frieden" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Alleviate dot com A cumulus station thie controversy continues. I'm Paul Stevens. Fox News will reaction to an article in the Atlantic, saying the president Trump pushed back on visiting an American military cemetery in France back in 2018 and also referred to fall on US soldiers, as quote. Losers and suckers, former Nebraska Republican senator and Obama White House Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, saying he's not surprised. Let's go back and look at Mr Trump's words himself coming out of his own mouth, starting in 2016 with what he said about John McCain and what he continued to say about McCain. How he degraded the service of generals Mattis and McMaster. And just recently, General Kelly the history of this president over last three and four years. Is pretty clear. Chuck Hagel on ABC is this week. The president is denying the allegations Australia announcing supply and production agreements with pharmaceutical companies with over $1 billion for two potential covert 19 vaccines onto the plan. Britain's University of Oxford working with AstraZeneca and Australia's University of Queensland, working with CSL will provide more than 84 million vaccine doses for Australia's 26 million people. As for a fast tracked US vaccine and whether it will be safe, former CDC director Dr Tom Frieden depends on the data. I looked at the data and make sure that no Corners were cut. I'd make sure that whoever needs it most would get it first. But if it goes through the full FDA process and has approved in the full city, see process and is approved and it were my turn to get it, then sure I get it. Dr. Frieden speaking with Fox News Racing on Sunday night, Kevin Harvick gets the win at Darlington Raceway in the NASCAR Cup. Siri's playoff opener Austin Dillon finishing second Joey Logano. Coming in third Americans listening to Fox News I'm the Fox News Podcasts Network..

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"dr. frieden" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:49 min | 6 months ago

"dr. frieden" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I'm Paul Stevens Fox News while reaction to an article in the Atlantic, saying the president Trump pushed back On visiting an American military cemetery in France back in 2018, and also referred to fall on US soldiers as quote losers and suckers, former Nebraska Republican senator and Obama White House Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, saying he's not surprised. Let's go back and look at Mr Trump's words himself coming out of his own mouth, starting in 2016 with what he said about John McCain and what he continued to say about McCain. How he degraded the service of generals Mattis and McMaster and just recently, General Kelly. The history of this president over last three and four years is pretty clear. Chuck Hagel on ABC is this week. The president is denying the allegations. Australia announcing supply and production agreements with pharmaceutical companies with over $1 billion For two potential covert 19 vaccines onto the plan. Britain's University of Oxford working with AstraZeneca and Australia's University of Queensland, working with CSL will provide more than 84 million vaccine doses for Australia's 26 million people. As for a fast track US vaccine and whether it will be safe, former CDC director Dr Tom Frieden Depends on the data. I looked at the data and make sure that no corners were cut. I'd make sure that whoever needs it most would get it first. But if it goes through the full FDA process and has approved full sit easy process and is approved and it were my turn to get it, then, sure, I'd get it. Dr. Frieden, speaking with Fox News Racing on Sunday night, Kevin Harvick gets the win at Darlington Raceway in the NASCAR Cup. Siri's playoff opener Austin Dillon finishing second Joey Logano. Coming in Third. America's listening to.

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"dr. frieden" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"dr. frieden" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"The soldiers as quote losers and suckers, former Nebraska Republican senator and Obama White House Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, saying he's not surprised. Let's go back and look at Mr Trump's words himself coming out of his own mouth, starting in 2016 with what he said about John McCain and what he continued to say about McCain. How he degraded the service of generals Mattis and McMaster. And just recently, General Kelly the history of this president over last three and four years. Is pretty clear. Chuck Hagel on ABC is this week. The president is denying the allegations Australia announcing supply and production agreements with pharmaceutical companies with over $1 billion for two potential covert 19 vaccines onto the plan. Britain's University of Oxford working with AstraZeneca and Australia's University of Queensland, working with CSL will provide more than 84 million vaccine doses. For Australia's 26 million people. As for a fast track US vaccine and whether it will be safe, former CDC director Dr Tom Frieden depends on the data. I look at the data and make sure that no Corners were cut. I'd make sure that whoever needs it most would get it first. But if it goes through the full FDA process and has approved in the full city, see process and is approved and it were my turn to get it, then sure I'd get it. Dr. Frieden, speaking with Fox News Racing on Sunday night, Kevin Harvick gets the win at Darlington Raceway in the NASCAR Cup. Siri's playoff opener Austin Dillon finishing second Joey Logano. Coming in third Americans listening.

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"dr. frieden" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:34 min | 8 months ago

"dr. frieden" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Doctor, a scientist, an epidemiologist, I can tell you with 100% certainty that in most states where you're seeing an increase, it is a really increase. It is not more tests. It is more spread of the virus. Dr Frieden appearing on Fox News Sunday, and a man who opened fire Saturday. The Walmart distribution center in Northern California, was fired from his job at the center last year. Louis Wesley Lane, killed one person and wounded four others before being shot and killed by police. America's listening to Fox News. Hey, I'm junks. The barricades around Seattle's so called to Capitol Hill organized protest or chop zone were said to come down this weekend. But so far nothing has been removed the first attempt to do it met with resistance on Friday and was finally called off after one of the protestors pulled a gun on a city worker. Police officers were nearby to provide security. But their hands have been tied by the City Council and a court order prohibiting them from using tear gas, flash bangs or rubber tipped bullets. So there are questions about how much security they can provide. When confronted by armed protesters. Police chief says they're only options are guns and batons, neither of which he says are appropriate for crowd control. Now the occupation zone has been mostly peaceful. This weekend boxes Claudia Cowan A 74 year old former police officers have to plead guilty Monday to being the elusive golden State killer that please sparing Joseph D'Angelo from the death penalty. A legendary rock band takes on the president of the United States..

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"dr. frieden" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:53 min | 8 months ago

"dr. frieden" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"A matter of constitutional law. What do you think? When you see hundreds, thousands of people close together indoors. Not wearing masks. The science is clear. More people with less ventilation indoors with a high rate of Corona virus, not wearing masks. That is a formula for explosive spread of the virus. Finally, President Trump continues to say that we're going to see a vaccine his words very soon, perhaps by before the end of the year. What is the likelihood of that? Give us a reality check on when we can really begin to think about a vaccine. Although we're seeing really encouraging progress, there's no evidence that people do get immunity may be protective. There are more than 100 vaccine candidates being evaluated. Some of them are looking good and some preliminary studies. It's really hard to develop a vaccine because you have to make sure it's safe. There's already too much suspicion about vaccines. We can't cut any corners way have to make sure it's safe. It's effective. Figure out the right dose. Decide who's going to get it. First, develop it, manufacture large quantities. Get it out there set up systems to track for bad reactions. This's not a quick fix. It's really important to you. It's the single most important thing we can do to fight Corona bars and that's why it's so important. We had to do it carefully. Can't cut any corners may have it. Next year. But what having it means me is a little different. It means that people are going to start tohave availability for health care workers, for example, but we have to make sure it's safe and effective before we put it into people's arms. Dr Frieden. Thank you. Thanks for your time. Always good to talk with you, sir. Up next. The growing debate over how our nation should deal with race. Both current problems and past symbol.

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"dr. frieden" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:39 min | 9 months ago

"dr. frieden" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Squeezing things down to a lane and the westbound ramp to hunts point Avenue that's also closed until six AM Monday morning our next revving update in less than ten minutes on WCBS now our five day forecasters meteorologist bill decker a frontal boundary will move through the tri state later today but before that happens one more warm and muggy day out there with the threat of a shower or thunderstorm before we dry out and turn more comfortable beginning tonight and tomorrow but for today turning out partly sunny the high eighty six to get a pop up thunderstorm threat this afternoon as that front moves through behind it breezy and more comfortable than recent nights tonight partly cloudy lo sixty two along with lower humidity will be cooler tomorrow and Monday as well with lots of sunshine both days high seventy eight each afternoon warming back up a little bit Tuesday and Wednesday with more sunshine and dry weather high eighty two on Tuesday eighty one on Wednesday sixty nine degrees in deer park seventy two in west Milford seventy in Central Park it's partly sunny with the city's phase one re opening slated for Monday former CDC director Dr Tom Frieden is once again stressing the importance of wearing a mask and keeping your distance W. CBS reporter Peter Haskell asked him about the decision to take contact tracing from the health department and give it to health and hospitals Dr Frieden is also a former city health commissioner one thing that needs to be watched very carefully is whether the city is able to do effective contact tracing the mayor made a decision to remove contact tracing from the agency that knows how to help pardon and put it in an agency that does not have a.

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"dr. frieden" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:30 min | 10 months ago

"dr. frieden" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Tells CBS this morning we're just at the beginning of the pandemic with so many infections of people in the past two to three weeks and the death rate that we're seeing among those infected it's just a a calculation that tragically the number of deaths will continue for the next few weeks the thing that concerns me even more is that bad as this is we're just at the beginning we still don't have widespread infection and if infection because of unity it really would be still a very small proportion of Americans who are protected therefore the virus has essentially an open field run what we have to do is restart the economy without rekindling the epidemic but Dr Frieden everybody seems to be working so hard to flatten the curve clearly were not doing enough you have it you have another plan you have a better idea there's a couple things we have to do one is to make sure we do a better job protecting those most at risk including in congregate facilities that includes nursing homes which are being devastated by this all over the country prisons all correctional facilities homeless shelters meat packing and other close quarters where people work that that kind of context is resulting in explosive spread and it doesn't stay there spreads into the community as well that is former CDC director Dr Tom Frieden on CBS this morning nine fifty three now the corona virus pandemic has led to a lot of us doing things that past generations used to do all the time spending lots of time together eating family meals don't look now it could lead to a revival of get this the drive in theater yeah yes with so many people fearful of returning to indoor theaters watching a movie while sitting in her car suddenly sounds really appealing the organizers of the prestigious tribeca Film Festival think so and they've hooked up with IMAX in eighteen tea to have some of their movies shown at existing drive in theaters in the New York area the first one is scheduled for June twenty fifth and if it works they may expand to include concerts and sporting events oh eight cents what what movie would you want to see most of the drive in women and private terminator's terminator yeah I don't know maybe like urban cowboy for a fun one to I would die I want to do like a James Bond marathon I wonder if they still have those little speakers you have to hang up now they doubt they do it wirelessly to your radio on your radio yeah I love those little speakers.

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"dr. frieden" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:37 min | 11 months ago

"dr. frieden" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Along with the governors of New Jersey Connecticut Pennsylvania Delaware Rhode Island and Massachusetts announced they'll form a working group to create a regional plan for re opening the economy three American Lazio invokes a familiar phrase if you see something say something he wants you to call three one one if you witness anyone violating social distancing orders the mayor also said he does not see schools opening for the rest of the school year the former head of the CDC CDC and former New York City health commissioner Dr Thomas Frieden says the terms of this war are being set by the corona virus not by the politicians WCBS is Michael Wallace spoke to Dr Frieden we've been hearing a lot from the politicians should we be hearing more from the medical experts and all this I would feel safer if we were hearing from the CDC experts everyday this is what has happened at all prior responses what we see in other countries and other parts of the U. S. and parts of the U. S. is that public health showing the way forward because the next stage of this is very much a matter of public health this is a public health emergency and public health can guide us forward contact tracing is a traditional public health functions it's about talking to people supporting them meeting the needs that they have finding out who they might have exposed and warning the people they've exposed that they have been exposed it's in some ways similar to a hurricane warning you want government to tell you when a hurricane is coming so you can protect your family and yourself in the same way if you've been exposed to cold it we have a responsibility to do everything possible.

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