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"edith cowan university" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

10:16 min | 5 months ago

"edith cowan university" Discussed on The Science Show

"This is science show coming from a garden by Paddock on the south coast of New South Wales but let sleep now to the other side of the country to Perth and edith. Cowan University. To a speech pathology department to meet associate professor Aaron Geeky who works on a face you there and also looks after patients. The Charles Garden the hospital. She's another brain scientist. Faiza in Greek is Norwood's meaning loss of words. And you get lots of words because she had stroke can be. Strike can be brain injury trauma brain tumor anything that gives you brandon injury predominantly to the left hemisphere in mice people and why is language affected because it is kept in the left hemisphere in ninety eight percent of the population? It's in the left hemisphere the brains and extraordinary complex organ it communicates with the rest of the brain but the left hemisphere controls that I've heard of some people who are affected after stroke with one language but the other language can kind of Linga and be stronger. Is that just an urban myth nine? That's the truth. If you lay down one language as a child you have that as your main language and adults all people over the age of about twelve when your brain is developed can learn another language on top of the original language. But if you're a multi-lingual person or even a bilingual person you can lay down two languages at once and there has a really big effect on what happens when you get a brain injury and what happens to your language as you recover. So the first language in people who are monolingual will remain and be the strongest and the languages. After the injury that they have learned will be more affected but if someone's bilingual multi-lingual those languages will be affected equally. Atelli what speaking personally now that. I'm slightly older. I'm amazed by the fact that having grown up in Australia just for a few years when as school I get phrases in German appearing from nowhere and I I suddenly she'll say them people think I'm bonkers. You know th th th. This German was widened to my brain. Somehow is that common thing. It is a common thing. It's Code Code Switching and win your brain can't find the word in one language it will search for it or the phrase in the language that's easier to get at some points that boost support for for you. Did you have any exposure to that recently or just pops up out of completely no way of five months of swearing German? Just pops out swearing's really a very different phenomenon very highly emotive language but also highly praised common and so it will pat in any language and it has that same emotion with it so like down with the Augusta the e citing so. I'm actually the background. What about your work? How do you look after people? And how do you study the phaser? My work predominantly looks at people who are recovering from stroke in the very early phase of the recovery so a recent study we just finished looked at over two hundred people in the first two weeks where we started an intensive speech and language project after stroke and we gave some of those people very intensive work in the first four weeks of their recovery and others wasted. Do just the standard amount of therapy and what we hypothesized in that. What we thought would happen is that based on our premise of neuro recovery. In that the science that come before US said that if we do more better and what we fan in language in early recovery is that actually it's important to do some therapy and some reintegration but too much made no difference and our intensive program was exactly the same a point to point difference to the standard k. So we're talking hours of therapy. When people are just recovering we did twenty two hours versus nine point five hours and our communication people being able to talk in sentences and in the everyday life was identical. So you should go gently exactly. And it also means that we've been able to identify that that economic spend very valuable resources in that very early period doesn't need to be so intensive so we're able to make sure that people who have had a stroke in recovering. Those resources can be spread a little more than having to use the same resources intensively for only a few people and watch the basis of getting the language back. Is it just hidden down there still in you? Go to recover it uncovered or do you have to learn again? It's relearning and of course everybody's recovery is really different but with a phaser. What we believe happened is that people haven't lost their ability. They just I would access the woods store. And they let a store essentially and they use strategies and Hinson pointers to help them re access those pathways Ahmad about. If you're just getting older and you think the memory is fading a bit. Is it that you've got too much? You've got accumulated decades and decades and decades of words and you having the salt them all the time and you got far more than the teenager or is it something. That is naturally fading. Because she's getting older again. You'll say of course everyone's different but still. There is an age effect on communication and would choice because like you say the vastness of vocabulary in older person versus a younger person in general. But it's about what happens and what's happened to the brain pathways more than the woods store itself so if you look after your brain pathways and use them regularly and they are used in tasks that a functional then your ability to recall words will be greater so brain exercises are essential and making sure that you using your words in an environment that you would normally use them. In for example conversation crosswords whole range of exercises is much better than not using them so we really encourage people to talk more and to be accurate but also to use it so one of principles we go buys use it or lose it reading books as well anything that accesses or uses words so yes reading. We do talk about listening to music. There's a relationship with music and words not necessarily in there. Hasn't been anything shown around watching television and words although we tend to probably when we're watching TV have other things happening at the same time so out results around. Tv watching not as conclusive as reading books for example own listening to music or task specific practice having a compensation now reading on screens where one tends to flick. That seems to me not to be the kind of thing you're talking about because the retention and concentration is not the same. That's exactly right. What brains need to be able to process the information? Lay it down so that you understand it and then be able to have that cycle be able to have your tune for example in a conversation and have speech output or writing output and it means that information comes in is processed and then is retained in the exchange that we call communication any advice in general also people who not necessarily had strokes and therefore getting some direct therapy but people who are worried about the way. The Language Command is fading. A bit what. You've already said that you'd pack some fraction practice. But what they do so one of the things we do in clinical practice is make sure that people are talking about things that are relevant to them so task silence. It's cold making sure that things are accurate because Brian Pathways need to make sure they making the correct choices and making sure that it's a communication strategy that's done regularly so I come across many people who don't talk to anyone in their day and are not accessing language store and then as they speak or communicate right they really struggle. There's a set of neuro principles that we go by and rehabilitation in. Its Task Salient slack. I mentioned practice but practices. You mean to play a bit like playing any kind of sport. But it's a brain sport and making sure that you do that on a regular basis MoD. If you've got you don't have this be listening carefully. The detritus that occurs like everyone saying like like like an Evans. In you know you know you know all that stuff. What does that signify pummels? Those fabs in pathology we call it empty speech and it's cold that because it conveys no meaning it sometimes used as a carry a phrase a habit free example. People use that a lot if they get stuck on a word or can't find the one they looking for in particular but it's really an ineffective strategy. It doesn't help the brain. Find the woods that the Pistons looking for so we discourage it yes oppose is often more effective than alarm or so scientists love Soda. They beginning sentence my cut them all out. Aaron Kotecki is an associate professor at Edith. Cowan University speech Pathology Department..

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"edith cowan university" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

08:31 min | 7 months ago

"edith cowan university" Discussed on The Science Show

"Using exercised beatcancer and now has been made w a scientist of the year must be good Newton. Congratulations on being the wwl. Scientists via well. Yeah it was a great honor very important today. I'm very excited. I think it's opened up a lot of opportunities for myself and my team but also for the university I think right recognition of exercises in medicine. Yeah very very excited about it. And what do you do for the year? Well what I'm doing is promoting exercises a medicine as much as I can help trinity to get out there the message. That exercise is a medicine as effective as many pharmaceutical drugs. If not more effective in some cases and of course has nice artifacts date. Unless you do you need. But the sort of exercises that we're talking about is not simply the walking in the running but often the resistance exercise with whites and the kind of things that you do in gyms. The exercises have different sorts of effects on the body. Certainly exercise is not a single medicine. And that's an important message and you have to actually ty the medicine to address the major issue that you facing so for example if you have issues around muscle loss than walking really has no benefit. You really need resistance training fairly high volume short wrists between exercises because that creates the greatest anabolic environment. So we're looking now at really precision exercise medicine. Assessing the patient healthy individual determining what is most likely to kill them and then really honing in and targeting that with a specific exercise prescription. Well another certain people in places where I live. Who Know that the exercise the trainers know about your work. And what you've just said but how many other trainers are aware of this. Look I think probably leads the world in this field certainly American College. Sports medicine is just come out with their position. Statement on exercise and cancer management and. Look I gotta be honest. I think it's still a little bit behind where the research is. Certainly other countries around the world is very little recognition and the message is mostly just get out there and exercise out there and move. It doesn't matter what you do. Look any sort of physical activities of benefit. There's no doubt about that but we could do a lot better and certainly think it needs a lot more training of exercise physiologists and physiotherapists. I think in particular we need right understanding amongst the medical profession about benefits of exercise about how it can be tyler specifically to have much greater benefit. Well I know that when I came here just over three years ago and I went to the gym which next to way patients get chemo and there was a patient doing the exercise very very happily and I took to a number of doctors on the East Coast or maybe overseas they look blank using Compu- series. The doctors know more now. Do they look? I think that it is increasing in terms of awareness. Certainly the science is there. We have hundreds if not thousands of very high quality randomized controlled trials now which support the efficacy in the safety of targeted exercise. I think we will moving now. Though is applying exercise medicine to people who are really unwell and in the past this being hesitancy around that these people have advanced cancer. Chemotherapy and they really have overwhelming fatigue. There on well. It's too risky all the evidence that it's not if it supervised correctly in the right environment other words exercise clinic or a hospital. It is very very safe and we really need to target. That is people who aren't doing well. Those people who are perhaps even palliative. That's the time where we can really use exercise to certainly improve the quality of life that you've potentially actually extended life even if you feel really rotten you can do little bits and build on that until there's a transition realism. You get good at it absolutely and look the K. Messages some is better than none. So even if you as you say feeling really rotten try to get off the couch. You'll get out of bed and just even if it's just five ten minutes and then build on that certainly more is better than a little. We now know that if the exhaust very targeted particularly high intensity the actual volume and duration of exercise can be quite sure moderately ten or twenty minutes per day but it still can have quite a large benefit particularly saying that with resistance training body whites such as squats. This or step ups can have a very large impact on. The body's health of the body is geared. You built to move. And I've always felt that in some ways if you think of the body producing all this stuff wastes who knows. Then you've gotta get shifted and just being static doesn't make sense but is it good science as to what's going on in the body beyond my crew description the science behind this is really rapidly growing and we've moved to think beyond in cancer for example studies that show that physical activity and exercise improves quality of life. I mean that's a given. We've moved on studies to show that does improvements in strenghten cardio respiratory fitness. That's happened. We we know that well what we're trying to do. Now though understand the mechanisms by which exercise in particular actually suppresses cancer development had exercise facilitate radiation therapy for example? How does it might chemotherapy more effective? That's where we need to move now. We really looking at a molecular basis and a genetic basis here to see how certain types of exercise change the actual environment within the body systemically. We have quite vast changes chemically within the body which occur exercise a nice chemical changes have strong anti-tumor fix once understand that we'll be able to prescribe exercise more effectively because we know what chemicals drugs are released in the body by what exercise in Ham much and from there that obviously we can prescribe exercise more effectively the other aspect which is very exciting. Is that will then be able to use drugs to facilitate affect. We'll never have appeal. That replicates all the effects of exercise that star never going to happen but certainly we're learning. How exercise can work synergistically with certain chemotherapy treatments and radiation treatments to improve cancer therapy. Yeah that was the interesting thing that you're saying even way back. Then the chemo treatment for cancer was working better. If you exercise. Yes studies of patients receiving chemotherapy. We know that they have left side effects. We know that there is less dose reduction. That's very very important. Pretty much every patient will have varying degrees of toxicity chemotherapy side effects and quite often these associate via that. The doctor has to reduce the dose. That's given probably a patient will have on average about a twenty five percent dose reduction if they exercises on your at a ten percent reduction that's a considerably more chemotherapy agent that we're getting into the patient clearly that's got to translate to a better chance of actually beating the disease. You got not shirt on the West Coast Eagles. Do you actually play still now. I've never played a rugby league. We're in my younger days. Not Stein for and you get exercise yourself these days. Yes just about every day. What do all I still like to do? Resistance training two to three times per week but also got caught interested in group exercise classes in boxing classes with my wife and I go along and we hit the punching bags and the FOCUS PADS. And it's fairly high intensity it's only forty seven minutes so forty. Seven minutes is the duration of professional thought. So twelve rounds of three minutes model on that so it's a hard forty seven minutes. I think these days Robin now. I'm really going the show high-intensity work my days of doing house of exercise going. I know we shocked us. I was when I got the statistics for teenagers and around Australia. And how little money nine anything substantial? It's a major concern. This is what is driving the massive rising chronic disease and it's a challenge for the country to challenge for the health system. Because we're saying now. Teenagers who are overweight obese more than two thirds of the population and the incidence of type two diabetes increasing terrible disease. But it's a disease we don't have to have to lifestyle disease and so we really need to turn that around. In terms of that education systems their schools physical education opportunities for sport. I think in particular it is more flicking marginalized communities immigrant communities. We have to turn this around. We cannot afford where we're going. We will never be able to pay for the increasing right of chronic disease. Well congratulations again on. Keep up the good work all. Thanks Robin as always a fantastic pleasure. Swig with you. Professor of exercise. Midseason at Edith Cowan University wrote Newton West Australian scientist twenty twenty..

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"edith cowan university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"edith cowan university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Gusts are is enough to down trees in some cases can up trees it can cause damage to roofs she's, removing shingles tornadoes, have hit central Iowa injuring at. Least seventeen people they swept through three different cities one man. Walked through Vermeer, where cars were piled on top of, each other nuts all, these vehicles are total No deaths have been, reported President Trump and Russian President, Vladimir Putin may meet again very soon that's even before lawmakers. Learn what was said, when the leaders met privately. In Helsinki on Monday director of national intelligence. Dan Coats spoke at the Aspen. Security forum in Colorado he said. He doesn't even. Know what the president's discussed here's Jeff gays just as. Coach was being interviewed the White. House announced another meeting this fall between President Trump and Putin this time in Washington. That's going to be special Coats calls Russia Wien most aggressive cyber adversary the. US is currently facing Australian scientists say they've developed a blood test for melanoma that's eighty, percent accurate Peter King reports, researchers at Australia's Edith Cowan university say it's the first time that auto antibodies have been used to diagnose melanoma in itself. Is exciting because we've shown that we can do it searcher Pauline anchor says. The new tests eighty percent accuracy rate his encouraging and the next. Step is to get over ninety percent. Accuracy where we feel. That that point it'll be really clinically very useful the idea to increase the certainty before going, forward with a biopsy the earlier the diagnosis the better. The outcome Peter King CBS news the NFL and the. Union representing players, are working to resolve the conflict. Over the league's national anthem policy a joint statement says there is an agreement to not issue, any new rules at least For the next few weeks the statement says there has been. Constructive dialogue between both, sides and that the confidential talks will continue this is, CBS news WBZ news time three oh three the. Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic.

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"edith cowan university" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"edith cowan university" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Wind gusts are is enough to down trees in some cases can up fruit trees. It can cause damage to roofs us, removing shingles tornadoes have hit central Iowa injuring at least seventeen people. They swept through three different cities. One man walked through Vermeer where cars were piled on top of each other. Nuts These vehicles are total No deaths have been reported President. Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin may. Meet again very soon that's even before lawmakers learn what was said when the leaders met privately in Helsinki on Monday, director of national intelligence Dan Coats spoke at the Aspen. Security forum in Colorado he said he doesn't even know. What the president's. Discussed here's Jeff gays Justice. Coats was being interviewed the White House announced another meeting this fall between. President Trump and Putin this time in Washington that's. Going to be special Coats calls Russia the most aggressive cyber adversary the US is. Currently facing Australian scientists say they've developed a blood test for melanoma that's eighty, percent accurate, Peter King reports researchers at, Australia's Edith Cowan university say it's the first time that auto antibodies have been used to diagnose melanoma that in itself is. Exciting because we've shown that we can do it researcher Pauline anchor says the. New tests eighty percent accuracy rate is encouraging and the next step. Is to get over ninety percent accuracy. Where we feel that. That point it'll be really clinically very useful the idea to increase the certainty before going forward, with a biopsy the earlier the diagnosis the better the. Outcome Peter King CBS news the NFL and the union. Representing players are. Working to resolve the conflict. Over the league's national anthem policy a joint statement says there is an agreement to not issue, any new rules at least For the next few weeks. The statement says there has been constructive dialogue between both sides and that the,.

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"edith cowan university" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"edith cowan university" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Wind gusts are is enough to down trees in some cases can up fruit trees. It can cause damage to roofs such as removing shingles tornadoes have hit central Iwa injuring at least seventeen people. They swept through three different cities. One man walked through Vermeer where cars were piled on top of each other. Nuts These total No deaths have been reported President Trump and. Russian President Vladimir Putin may meet again. Very soon that's even before lawmakers learn what was said when the leaders met privately in Helsinki on Monday director of, national intelligence Dan Coats spoke at the Aspen security forum. In Colorado he said he doesn't even know what the. President's discussed here's. Jeff gays Justice coats was. Being interviewed the White House announced another meeting this fold between President Trump and Putin this time, in Washington that's going to. Be special Coats calls Russia the most aggressive cyber adversary the US is. Currently facing Australian scientists say they've developed a blood test for melanoma that's, eighty percent, accurate Peter King reports researchers, at Australia's Edith Cowan university say it's the first time that auto antibodies have been used to diagnose melanoma that in itself. Is exciting because we've shown that we can do it researcher Pauline anchor says, the new tests eighty percent accuracy rate is encouraging and the next step. Is to get over ninety percent accuracy. Where we feel that. That point it'll be really clinically very useful the idea to increase the certainty before going forward, with a biopsy earlier the diagnosis the better the outcome. Peter King CBS news the NFL and the union representing. Players are working. To resolve the conflict over. The league's national anthem policy a joint statement says there is an agreement to not issue any, new rules at least for For the, next few weeks the statement says there has been constructive dialogue between both sides and that the confidential talks will continue this.

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"edith cowan university" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"edith cowan university" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"When the accident happened sixty three mile per hour. Wind gusts are is enough to down trees in some cases can up fruit trees. It can cause damage to roofs such as removing shingles tornadoes have hit central Iowa injuring at least seventeen people. They swept through three different cities. One man walked through Vermeer where cars were piled on top of each other. Nuts all these vehicles are total No deaths have been. Reported President Trump and Russian President Vladimir. Putin may meet again very soon that's even before lawmakers learn what was said when the leaders met privately in Helsinki, on Monday director of national intelligence Dan Coats spoke at. The Aspen security forum in Colorado he said he doesn't. Even know what. The president's disgust here's Jeff. Gays Justice coats was being interviewed the White House announced another meeting this fall between President Trump, and Putin this time in Washington. That's going to be special Coats calls Russia the most aggressive cyber adversary the US is. Currently facing Australian scientists say they've developed a blood test for melanoma, that's eighty percent accurate Peter King reports researchers at Australia's. Edith Cowan university say it's the first. Time that auto antibodies have been used to diagnose melanoma that in itself is exciting because we've shown that we can, do it researcher Pauline anchor says the new tests eighty. Percent accuracy rate his encouraging and the next step is. To get over. Ninety percent accuracy where we. Feel that that point it'll be really clinically very useful the idea to increase the certainty before, going forward with a biopsy The earlier the diagnosis the better the outcome Peter King CBS news the. NFL and the union representing players are working to resolve the conflict over the league's national anthem policy a joint, statement says there is. An agreement to not issue any new rules at least for the next few weeks the statement says there has been constructive dialogue between both. Sides and that the confidential talks will continue this is CBS news To experience relief from foot..

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"edith cowan university" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"edith cowan university" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

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"edith cowan university" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"edith cowan university" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Raider says. The rescue effort was helped by one of the boats passengers It was actually a stone county. Sheriff's deputy on the boat he was in the water rescue and people there was also some of the staff. Brenton leave and trying to help rescue dive team is on the scene the boat was from a company called. Ride the ducks tornadoes have hit. Central Iowa injuring at least seventeen people they swept through three different cities one man walked. Through Vermeer where towers. Of cars, were stacked on top of each other after the storm nuts All these vehicles are total A hospital was also evacuated no deaths have been reported President Trump and Russian President. Vladimir, Putin plan to meet again that's even before lawmakers learn what was said when the leaders met privately in Helsinki on, Monday director of national intelligence Dan Coats spoke at the. Aspen security forum in Colorado he said he doesn't. Even know what. Was said here's Jeff gays just as. Coats was being interviewed today the White House announced another meeting this full between President Trump and, Putin this time in Washington. That's going to be special Coats calls Russia the most aggressive cyber adversary, the US is currently facing Australian scientists say they've developed a blood test for melanoma that's eighty percent accurate CBS news correspondent Peter King researchers at Australia's Edith Cowan university say. It's the first time that auto antibodies have been used to diagnose melanoma dead in itself is exciting because we've, shown that we can. Do it. Researcher Pauline banker says the new tests eighty percent accuracy rate his encouraging the next step is to get over ninety percent. Accuracy where we feel that that point it'll be really clinically very useful the, idea, to increase the certainty before going forward with a biopsy The earlier the diagnosis the better the outcome Peter King CBS news the NFL and, the union representing players. Are working. To resolve the conflict over the league's national anthem policy a joint statement says there's an agreement to not issue any new. Rules at least for the next few.

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World-First Melanoma Blood Test Developed in Australia

Jim Bohannon

02:11 min | 2 years ago

World-First Melanoma Blood Test Developed in Australia

"Raider says. The rescue effort was helped by one of the boats passengers It was actually a stone county. Sheriff's deputy on the boat he was in the water rescue and people there was also some of the staff. Brenton leave and trying to help rescue dive team is on the scene the boat was from a company called. Ride the ducks tornadoes have hit. Central Iowa injuring at least seventeen people they swept through three different cities one man walked. Through Vermeer where towers. Of cars, were stacked on top of each other after the storm nuts All these vehicles are total A hospital was also evacuated no deaths have been reported President Trump and Russian President. Vladimir, Putin plan to meet again that's even before lawmakers learn what was said when the leaders met privately in Helsinki on, Monday director of national intelligence Dan Coats spoke at the. Aspen security forum in Colorado he said he doesn't. Even know what. Was said here's Jeff gays just as. Coats was being interviewed today the White House announced another meeting this full between President Trump and, Putin this time in Washington. That's going to be special Coats calls Russia the most aggressive cyber adversary, the US is currently facing Australian scientists say they've developed a blood test for melanoma that's eighty percent accurate CBS news correspondent Peter King researchers at Australia's Edith Cowan university say. It's the first time that auto antibodies have been used to diagnose melanoma dead in itself is exciting because we've, shown that we can. Do it. Researcher Pauline banker says the new tests eighty percent accuracy rate his encouraging the next step is to get over ninety percent. Accuracy where we feel that that point it'll be really clinically very useful the, idea, to increase the certainty before going forward with a biopsy The earlier the diagnosis the better the outcome Peter King CBS news the NFL and, the union representing players. Are working. To resolve the conflict over the league's national anthem policy a joint statement says there's an agreement to not issue any new. Rules at least for the next few.

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"edith cowan university" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"edith cowan university" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Does have hit central Iowa injuring at least seventeen people. They swept through three different cities. One man walked through Vermeer where towers of cars were stacked on top of each other after the storm nuts. All these were total every single one a hospital was also evacuated no, deaths have been reported President Trump and Russian President Vladimir. Putin plan to meet again that's even before lawmakers. Learn what was. Said when the leaders met privately in. Helsinki on Monday director of national intelligence Dan Coats spoke at the Aspen. Security forum in Colorado he said he doesn't even know what was said here's Jeff gays just as coats. Was being interviewed today the White. House announced another meeting this fall between President Trump and Putin this time in Washington that's going to be special Coats calls Russia the most aggressive cyber adversary, the US is currently facing Australian scientists say they've developed a blood test for melanoma that's eighty percent accurate CBS news correspondent Peter King researchers at Australia's Edith Cowan university say. It's the first time that auto antibodies have been used to diagnose melanoma that in itself is exciting because we've, shown that we can do it. Researcher Pauline Zakar says the new tests eighty percent accuracy rate is encouraging and the next step is to get over ninety percent. Accuracy where we feel that that point it'll be really clinically very useful the, idea, to increase the certainty before going forward with a biopsy The earlier the diagnosis the better the, outcome Peter King CBS news the NFL, and the union representing players are working to. Resolve the conflict over the league's national anthem policy a joint statement says there's an agreement to not, issue any new rules at least for the next few weeks this is CBS news are you. Hiring with indeed, you can post a.

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"edith cowan university" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"edith cowan university" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

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"edith cowan university" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"edith cowan university" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"The raiders says, the rescue effort was helped by one of the boats passengers. Those actually stone county sheriff's deputy on the boat. He was in the water rescuing people. There was also some the staff and Branson validly and trying to help rescue dive team is on the scene. The boat was from a company called ride the ducks tornadoes have hit central Iowa injuring at least seventeen people. They swept through three different cities. One man walked through Vermeer where towers of cars were stacked on top of each other after the storm nuts. All these vehicles were total A hospital was also evacuated no deaths have been reported President Trump and Russian President. Vladimir, Putin plan to meet again that's even before lawmakers learn what was said when the leaders met privately in Helsinki on, Monday director of national intelligence Dan Coats spoke at the. Aspen security forum in Colorado he said he doesn't. Even know what was said here's Jeff peg as just as. Coats was being interviewed today the White House announced another meeting this fall. Between President Trump and, Putin this time in. Washington that's gonna be special Coats calls Russia the most aggressive cyber adversary the, US is currently facing Australian scientists say they've developed a blood test for melanoma that's eighty percent accurate CBS news correspondent Peter King researchers at Australia's Edith Cowan university say. It's the first time that auto antibodies have been used to diagnose melanoma that in itself is exciting because we've, shown that we can do it. Researcher Pauline anchor says the new tests eighty percent accuracy rate is encouraging and the next step is to get over ninety percent. Accuracy where we feel that that point it'll be really clinically very useful the, idea, to increase the certainty before going forward with a biopsy Earlier the diagnosis the better the outcome Peter King CBS news the NFL and the union representing players are working to resolve the, conflict over. The. League's national anthem policy a joint statement says there's an agreement to not issue any new rules at least for. The next few weeks this is CBS news progressive will compare rates for you so you get the best deal even if it's not with us saving you time..

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"edith cowan university" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"edith cowan university" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"San Diego actor sterling k. Brown Olivia Munn. And Keegan Michael key presented. A look at the. Predator sequel today six Thousand five hundred people attended that event as the film. Was described as leaner and meaner than the. Original from nineteen eighty-seven the predator opens on September fourteenth Australian scientists say they've developed a blood test for melanoma that's eighty percent accurate researchers at Australia's Edith Cowan university say it's. The first time that. Auto antibodies have. Been used to diagnose melanoma. Itself is exciting because we've. Shown that we can do it researcher Pauline Sankar says the. New tests eighty percent accuracy rate is. Incurring the next step is to get over ninety. Percent accuracy where we feel that that point it'll be really clinically very useful the idea to increase the certainty before going forward with. A biopsy the earlier the diagnosis the better the outcome Peter King CBS news comics Cedric the entertainer is the latest. Honoree in the. Hollywood walk of fame comedian George Lopez Basketball Hall of. Famer Magic Johnson among, those joining him. In his induction ceremony Cedric will star in CBS comedy, neighborhoods Sat premiers October, first four people were injured, during an explosion at an. Army depot in Pennsylvania today commander Steve Ledbetter says the facility in chambers Berg inflow employs many people who live nearby this is a tight knit community think our, workforce is very closely knit as well The very very proud of the seventy. Six year history that. The Defoe has supported the. Department of defense and certainly they're, concerned about their teammates the facility maintains. Stores missiles and amunition authorities believe it. Was an industrial accident and. Do not suspect a, terrorist incident robbery suspect's used a stolen cell phone to. Snap a selfie gave Louisiana his identity. Victim told, police he was held. Up at gunpoint says he got out of his car he surrendered the. Cash in two phones thief took. Off few days later victim called police say the suspects. Selfie, had been uploaded to his cloud the photo was released. To the public and yeah they got too smart there's a. New effort underway here in Los Angeles to help the homeless we'll tell. You all about that coming up at the top. Of the hour at three oh three right. Now to fifty five traffic and. Weather together every, ten minutes on. The fives and Houston has been shot looks like we can clear this crash southbound rather, northbound four or five this is in, Long Beach from the carpool lane northbound four..

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"edith cowan university" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"edith cowan university" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"New study this week in the American journal of clinical nutrition, vindication process for saturated fats. The turn, many people away from dairy products whole milk cheese and butter in the eighties nineties. They did it analysis of two thousand nine hundred seven adults and found that people with higher and lower levels of dairy. Fats in their blood had the same rate of death during same twenty two year period. So. Oh, my gosh, kind of looked, and it's not only us. Number recent studies have found the same thing now. They're still they're talking about the drawback is that the people with low levels of dairy fats in their blood weren't necessarily dairy free. They may have been consuming low fat dairy so that all their conclusion is, is that the dairy fats. There's no association between that and mortality. Okay. So I mean, whether it's good or not, but they're, but they're also up against the guidelines of the schools and the federal dietary guidelines. Because these guidelines issued by the US department of agriculture have long been there for obviously, this this probably was paid for and guessing by the American dairy association because they're pissed at these guidelines because of the their they want, they've been biased against the consumption of the country that is rich in. Dairy production. Sell like a crazy person, but no, you can't consume it. We've got a, we've got to promote low fat, fat free and veganism not promote dairy products had paid for them, probably get it out there. The problem. I mean, I'm not saying that that that doesn't skew the results is in. It's important to remember. The checkups from good news for a lot of people, Australia scientists have developed the first melanoma blood test, which is good instead of just patients before you just had to wait for the doctor go. Are those look good? Let's go ahead biopsy that bad boy. Now they've got a blood test to catch it, early, the scientists that Edith Cowan university. So the new tests could help doctors tech.

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"edith cowan university" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"edith cowan university" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Tuesday afternoon say three females grabbed merchandise and as they headed for the door so did an employee in a security camera video you can see the woman flinch deputy chief PJ euchre says one of the thieves activated a stun gun setting off. Sparks but not hurting. The employee he says a witness saw the suspects, get into a silver SUV but didn't get a license plate number so if people were in the area they have dash cams they happen to see a write down a plate of a car that matched Description Them to police department, police say the same store was hit before opening two days before Uber says they already have an increased presence in towns where mall and other retail. Spots we are going to be increasing our unmarked presence as. Well Nancy hardy. NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM Australian scientists say they've developed a blood test for melanoma that is, eighty percent accurate researchers at Australia's. Edith Cowan university say it's the first time that auto antibodies have been used to diagnose melanoma that in itself is exciting. Because we've shown that we can do it researcher Pauline banker says the new tests eighty, percent accuracy rate is encouraging, the next step is to get over ninety percent accuracy where, we feel that that point it'll be really clinically very useful the idea to increase the. Certainty, before going forward with a biopsy the earlier the diagnosis the better the outcome Peter King CBS news the Los Angeles house featured in the sitcom the. Brady bunch is for sale for just under two million dollars The two bedroom three bathrooms split-level home comes..

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"edith cowan university" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"edith cowan university" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Are washing away a popular pastime on one stretch of beach in south Orange, County to. Concrete fire rings at Capistrano beach that people love to gather around to talk and. Roast hotdogs and marshmallows are being removed out of safety concerns to. Others are being relocated absolutely thinks it's. The right move I think we here, in Orange County and across the state of California really need. To look at the. Rising sea level and how it affects our postal access. It's Rick Erkan Neff with the South County surfrider, foundation officials say the popular rings are constantly being battered by the, strong, surf, and, high, tides, and they just don't have the money to. Maintain the puts. A strain on the county and other like state. To do cleanups and they just don't have it in their budget right now so we've kind of need to really plan for the future says what's happening at Capistrano is an example of what's to come at other beaches. Karen Adams Kennex ten seventy NewsRadio Australian scientists say they've developed a blood test for melanoma that is eighty percent accurate researchers at Australia's Edith. Cowan university say it's the first time that auto antibodies have been used to diagnose melanoma itself Exciting because we've shown that we can do it researcher. Pauline, Sankar says the new tests eighty percent accuracy rate is encouraging next step is, to get, over ninety percent accuracy where we feel that that point it'll be really clinically. Very useful the idea to increase the certainty before going forward with a biopsy be earlier the diagnosis the better the outcome Peter King CBS news It's eleven twenty four the Padres are officially, a seller at the trade deadline here's KNX ten seventy s. Rediker do San Diego Padres worst record in the National League right now last place. In the, NFL west, sends all, star reliever Brad hand and another pitcher to Cleveland this morning for a triple, a catcher DeMarcus cousins having his news conference. As the newest member of the defending champion warriors and. When GM Bob Myers. Talked about whether it. Cousins was a rental or. Not he frankly talks about what is now the new state of. The NBA players signed they leave they come they, go there's trades happening more frequently than, ever that has ever happened in our league, our, job one job to win a championship that's it with the. Players that are on this team, that's why he came that's why. He's here that's why we're all here everybody.

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"edith cowan university" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"edith cowan university" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"After a. Shooting during a Bank robbery and Fort Worth Andrew Greenstein live at the scene Andrew David the, search is on for at least two men. Who shot up this Varitek Bank branch, at, the intersection of barrack street. And Kimbe boulevard surgeon Chris Britz says they stormed the, Bank shortly before, nine thirty this morning and of course, it in. Being here they were armed with weapons multiple shots were fired three female employees were hitting sergeant Brit says as. Of right now their injuries are serious but not life-threatening so. It's unknown whether there were any customers inside at the time of the shooting sergeant, Brit says there is, no description of the shooters are any possible, getaway vehicle I believe there was some sort of, vehicle involved but that doesn't mean people, didn't leave on as well we don't want to narrow it down to just to be reporting live in west Fort Worth Andrew Greenstein NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD now. Right after the shooting the police started. Fanning out across the. Area they're, looking for. Anybody witnesses surveillance video bread Hyder lives in the neighborhood he says that he's shocked that three. People got shot but he says Crimes going up in that area very sad, very very sad and I'm tired of our of our. The leader city leaders pretending that it's it's a wonderful wonderful place to live when it really. Has so many issues so much violence he says he hopes, city leaders increased the police presence in that. Area also in Fort Worth firefighters still, on, the scene ihop restaurants near. Eight twenty lake worth right now we're making sure that, the fires out It, seems to be up in the EPA the ceiling kind of, clay says all the employees and customers did get out safely in the middle of the heat wave north Texans. Are trying to make, the best of it at triple digit temperatures people are still braving the outside. Today to come to Dallas zoo summer dollar, day many say they've done. Several things to stay cool this week Are we stayed inside this week Still the heat has put. Quite a strain on North Texas med stars responded to over, thirty heat related calls this week and of those more than twenty were. Taken to the hospital are power and electricity usage is. Also setting records across the state we crank, up the a c urquhot says we topped seventy two thousand megawatts yesterday as fast as we hit that. Number will likely top it, again soon as the heat continues Christine Wisel NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD hitter caught also says it can handle it the leading candidates for governor. Both saying they wanted to bait they. Just, can't, agree on anything else Republican Greg. Abbott's running for, a second term earlier this month his campaign said, he'd debate. Democrat. Lupe Valdez Friday September twenty eighth the debate would take place in Austin and be broadcast on. TV, stations across Texas and, online now Valdez is campaign says she'll, only agree, to a debate Monday October eighth that. Debate will take, place in Houston her campaign says, the debate would include Spanish translation and some. Questions would be asked in Spanish Habits campaign has not responded to Valdez but says, he's, already agreed, to the debate on the twenty eighth. And he hopes, she'll accept that invitation Alan sky, on NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD CBS news update Putin says his summit with President Trump was a success, in a Moscow speech America's, homeland. Security secretary meantime doesn't see Russia ending its attempts to meddle in US politics be absolutely prepared to. Assume that they will. Try to interfere in all, fifty, states, Kirsten, Nielsen speaking today and Aspen. Colorado I think the overall purpose is to sow discord and get us all the fight against each other rather than understanding here the enemy is in Washington Maryland democrat Steny Hoyer called for tougher action this amendment responds by providing for us, to partner, with our states to slam the door in the face of the Russian bear or any other. Adversary who seeks to steal the integrity of our elections But Republicans voted. To eliminate new funding for state election security CBS news update I'm Steve, Kaethe scientists say they've come up with. A blood test for melanoma and it's very accurate researchers at Australia's Edith Cowan university say it's the, first time that. Auto antibodies, have been used to diagnose melanoma in itself is exciting. Because we've shown that we can do a researcher Pauline anchor says the new tests eighty percent, accuracy rate is encouraging the, next..

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"edith cowan university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"edith cowan university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Percent at the moment doctors rely, on a visual diagnosis checking a person's skin to see if there are any changes, in existing Mohsen spots which often means that, melanomas can go undetected, but scientists a stroller which has one of the highest. Incidences of skin cancer, in the world say they've developed a blood test to detect melanoma. In its early stages. Smells Zemun at Edith Cowan university led the. Research team within Australia we have thirteen thousand. New cases a year we have the highest rates in the world and. Ustralia in New Zealand the actual numbers would be more, in the United States but Europe followed a. Close second after that and if the use of sandbags And the extreme son we have here. In a strategy that, has made it such a difficult and deadly disease melanoma is on. The rise as a. Globally it is it is that we are. Detecting earlier and we're able to cured more. Easily if we get it early so that if we get it early. When it's still very very thin they can have it, cut out and we can cure patients with. A ninety eight ninety nine percent But at the moment detection is visual and with the use of biopsies that's correct. Right now. People who have a lesion that they're concerned about would go to clinician and if a clinician picks up a suspicious lesion they will do a biopsy and the way, they pick, up a suspicious lesion is to do a skin chick and they look at. The lesion and they Things like a variety of colors abnormal shapes. And then they'll do the biopsy but at. The moment and correct, me if I'm wrong this very much? Depends upon a clinician being able to identify a potential malignancy in a spot mole that's absolutely, correct and the more specialized they are the better they do this to Matala just would be able, to do just within greater than ninety percent accuracy by in specialized areas it's not easy to detect early. Stage melodrama so your blood tests how does that move things forward to, we have shown that, we can detect melanoma with approximately an eighty percent accuracy in the blood. And that's for very early stage melanomas that people, who have suspicious lesion could go to their clinician and they could then have a blood test which would help, the clinician to identify the suspicious lesions before Before they do a biopsy just would confirm their diagnosis and help to make that diagnostic certainty more easily So what. Does it is found in the blood with this test that alerts you to a patient having a melanoma what we have been looking at a accord, auto antibodies in the blood proteins that are produced in response to the abnormal. Proteins or sell from cancer much like your, immune system produces an antibody in response to, a viral infection, your immune system also produces.

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World-first melanoma blood test detects early stages of deadly skin cancer

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00:55 sec | 2 years ago

World-first melanoma blood test detects early stages of deadly skin cancer

"Doors after three decades and business own cafe Opened in nineteen. Eighty-five on Woodward avenue in Ferndale restaurant posted on their Facebook page that they are closing because of financial reasons Australian researchers have developed an experimental test for skin cancer they, call it the first blood test capable of detecting, melanoma it has a high degree of accuracy. And scientists said Australia's Edith Cowan university hope by testing for antibodies in the blood they can catch skin cancer earlier and improved the outlook for survival melanoma is of special interest to Australia because the continents. Proximity to the ozone hole in the atmosphere makes Australians more vulnerable to the sons UV rays and subject to higher cancer rates the study is published in the journal uncle target on Jan Johnson WGN news time seven.

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