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NBA marks 75 years

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 5 d ago

NBA marks 75 years

"In marking its seventy fifth anniversary the development of the NBA reflects some social changes that have happened since nineteen forty six more from A. B. correspondent Norman hall NBA hall of Famer Wayne Embry who played eleven years starting in the late nineteen fifties says the sixties were dramatic because of racial tensions Celtics legend bill Russell was a social justice activists but Emery says the few black players in the league were at risk when you're on non guaranteed contracts if the ownership then like what you're doing or managed in like what you're doing you're gonna embrace who won an NBA title with Boston in nineteen sixty eight says opportunities for all black pro athletes expanded because the integrated Celtic lineup started racking up championships others were saw that happening and jumped on board Embry joined the front office of the Milwaukee Bucks in nineteen seventy one when he became the league's first black general manager he remains upbeat about the NBA the times are getting better keep getting better each year I Norman hall

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 White House: 10% of kids have been vaccinated in 1st 2 weeks

AP News Radio

00:26 sec | Last week

White House: 10% of kids have been vaccinated in 1st 2 weeks

"The White House says the effort to get kids five to eleven vaccinated against the corona virus is off to a fast start virus response coordinator Jeff sciences two weeks after the kids does was approved we estimate by the end of day today two point six million kids ages five to eleven we'll have gotten their first shot that's about ten percent of the five to eleven year old population for perspective it took about fifty days for us to reach ten percent of

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WorldView: U.S. journalist sentenced to prison in Myanmar

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

WorldView: U.S. journalist sentenced to prison in Myanmar

"A Myanmar court has sentenced an American journalist to harsh jail term a cold in the military ruled Myanmar the sentence detained journalist on the fence that to eleven years in prison with hard labor after finding him guilty on several charges including incitement for allegedly spreading false or inflammatory information his lawyer says Fenster the managing editor of the online magazine frontier Myanmar was also found guilty of contacting illegal organizations and violating visa regulations hence that is the only foreign journalists to be convicted of a serious offense since

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COVID-19 vaccine campaign expands to elementary-age children

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

COVID-19 vaccine campaign expands to elementary-age children

"Even as they recommended cold with nineteen shots for kids between five and eleven CDC advisers acknowledge some parents may still be hesitant Dr Helen Talbot says her older kids are already vaccinated because she believes the doses are safe and I would not recommend something I did not feel that way the doctor Beth bell knows there are still concerns and questions and we really encourage people to ask their providers recent Kaiser family foundation survey found nearly two thirds of parents want to either wait I'm getting kids vaccinated or won't do it at all and she voted to approve shots for five to eleven year olds CDC advisor product make Nalley urged parents to look at the numbers at least ninety four of those kids have died from Colgate nineteen I am really doing that to prevent number ninety five Sager remained on the Washington

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Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe for children?

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe for children?

"The food and drug administration has determined child sized doses of Pfizer's Kopet nineteen vaccine are safe and effective for younger children hi Ben Thomas with a look at the potential side effects that were examined the FDA assess the vaccine safety in thirty one hundred youngsters and found they had similar or fewer reactions than older people largely sore arms are aching us but one very rare side effect that has shown up in teens and young adults through intense scrutiny myocarditis or heart inflammation those affected have been mostly young men and teenage boys usually after the second dose and they have tended to recover quickly experts note covert nineteen itself also causes heart information often more severe U. S. health officials concluded for five to eleven year olds the vaccine's benefits outweighed that small risk I'm Ben Thomas

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FDA advisory committee considers Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11

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00:42 sec | Last month

FDA advisory committee considers Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11

"The U. S. has moved a step closer to vaccinating millions more children against covert nineteen with a government advisory panel endorsing kids size doses of Pfizer's vaccine for those ages five to eleven the FDA panel vote was unanimous with one abstention though Dr Paul Offit pediatrician says it wasn't an easy choice it's always nerve racking I think when you're asked to make a decision for millions of children based on studying it only a few thousand children but Pfizer study of elementary school kids showed the vaccine safe and that ninety one percent effective in five to eleven year olds doctor Amanda Cohn says the virus was the eighth leading killer of those kids over the past year in

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China to start vaccinating children to age 3 as cases spread - Associated Press

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00:36 sec | Last month

China to start vaccinating children to age 3 as cases spread - Associated Press

"Children as young as three will start receiving care with nineteen vaccines in China local governments in that knee spine provinces have announced that children aged between three to eleven years old will be required to get that vaccinations China is taking a tough stance without breaks and so far has vaccinated seventy six percent of its population the tourist province of Gansu shut down all of its tourist sites off to finding you Kevin nineteen cases China has so far successfully managed to stamp out cases of local infections three vaccinations and by imposing lot sounds quarantines and compulsory testing I'm

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The Latest: Pfizer close to big step toward kids' vaccine

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

The Latest: Pfizer close to big step toward kids' vaccine

"Fizer is getting closer to having a covert nineteen vaccine available for young children C. E. O. Albert boiler tells ABC's this week it's a question of days not weeks before find certain German partner by on tech submit data to U. S. regulators for federal authorization of a covert nineteen vaccine for children aged five to eleven that would be an important step toward starting vaccinations for youngsters especially with children now back in school and the delta variant triggering a big jump in pediatric infections Fizer said last week its vaccine works for five to eleven year olds with a much lower dose thing used for anyone twelve and older developing antibody levels just as strong as those in teenagers and young adults who get the regular strength shots on Ben Thomas

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Erwin McManus: Jesus Cut Through Falsehood to Reach the Truth

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Erwin McManus: Jesus Cut Through Falsehood to Reach the Truth

"I'm talking erwin mcmanus irwin. We're just talking about jesus at age twelve in the temple And you're you're going to make a point. Let's interesting that you You highlighted the very passenger moment in the life of jesus as the basis of chapter to chapter one is simply called genius. It's an argument for what geniuses indus jesus qualify chapters about how there's phenomenon of children that are prodigies and so there are eleven years old and become masters and chassar world renowned violinist or mathematical genius. And and you can see the foreshadowing of this genius and you see that in jesus at age of twelve with this extraordinary level of intention and it's interesting that in that conversation that age of twelve. It's that they were confounded by his answers. But actually right before that says that jesus was doing as asking questions and and what jesus had. An incredible capacity is to cut through everything that was false to get to that which was true. And and is this foreshadowing that when jesus came back at the age of thirty that he was here reflecting to us revealing to us what it looks like to be fully human and he could cut through the falseness of religion. This falseness of of of a superficial spirituality and talk to us about what our humanity was supposed to look like. What's interesting to me about geniuses. Whenever person expresses his genius it looks simple. It looks easy. And you see these strokes of jesus with the adulterous woman. John chapter eight were there. They wanna stone this woman he just says whoever's without sent casta for stone in one statement and one simple stroke of the brush he wipes away whole the the chech- mental and condemnation and in one moment looking who condemned. And no one in the second stroke removes all shame and guilt. Being the elegance of the genius of jesus to me is

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Rebekah Lyons Discusses the Title of Her New Devotional 'a Surrendered Yes: 52 Devotions to Let Go and Live Free'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:23 min | 2 months ago

Rebekah Lyons Discusses the Title of Her New Devotional 'a Surrendered Yes: 52 Devotions to Let Go and Live Free'

"I'm going to ask you you know the softball question that i ask A writer of a book the title. Okay by the way great title. It's called a surrendered. yes Fifty two devotion to let go and live free as surrendered. Yes the softball question is what does that mean yes. Well none of us want to surrender. Usually never choose that But what i've learned is. That's always a nudge a whisper. It's a. It's something that prompts us. That usually takes us to a place. That's going to shift our life possibly or shift our everyday. Maybe it's a posture. Maybe it's a decision of growing families shifting careers moving across country. But then i also think it's very much in everyday practice of gratitude of forgiveness of surrender really just accepting. What is so that you can actually get that out and then to kind of interrupt that and show you what a healing journey looks like. So what prompted you to write a devotional. I've actually thought of doing that. At some point because i have a lot of those kinds of thoughts and i think that's valuable thought and if it's a valuable thought you know it probably didn't originate with you because truth is truth wisdom's wisdom. It's it's from the lord but like when did you get the idea that because he obviously britain other books but when you get the idea that you wanted to do a devotional devotional well. I've found that the themes i kept writing about. We're always surrender. Just this acceptance of the way things are instead of fighting against. I found that my anxiety was really rooted in pushing against her fighting against the obstacles or the barriers. In my life that i would come up again. And so that would actually increase anxiety by fighting against it versus accepting it and then finding the peace lead my heart and so i just thought if this is a a season of life like my anxiety journey started eleven years ago panic attacks and then it's now been a healing journey for a season. It's like part of that. Came a dovetailed with this. This acceptance this release saying god okay. i don't wanna live life the way life never looks the way we plant anyways so we can either get mad about that and be frustrated and fight it or we can go okay that that serenity prayer grammy the the wisdom to accept what i cannot change but then to know the difference of the things i

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Why States Are Sending Transgender Athletes to the Sidelines

ESPN Daily

02:08 min | 2 months ago

Why States Are Sending Transgender Athletes to the Sidelines

"Katie barnes can you tell me a little bit about becky pepper jackson. Becky is an eleven year old girl. Who loves to run with her family. Favorite sport cross country. And the reason why i love it so much is because my whole family have always done it most nights especially in the summer they go out and run a mile together in through the rolling hills of the west virginia countryside. You remember the first time you ever ran for a long time Running with my mom when she was on the stroller. When i was in the stroller now troy and becky's just like every other kid except she's transgender heading into sixth grades. The first time she'd be able to run cross country for her school. She really wanted to join the team. But west virginia passed a law. That would have made it impossible for her to do so. A bill moving through the west virginia house would place new restrictions on transgender student. Athletes kabila supporters believe transgender athletes. Have an unfair advantage over non transgender athletes and so her mom and becky sued in order to get the right for her to run cross country with her peers. This is all stemming from a transgender student here in harrison county that wanted to run on her middle school cross country team. The american civil liberties union filed a lawsuit on her behalf. Mbeki's the only young transgender person who is faced with this issue. It's a sippy is poised to ban transgender athletes from competing in women's sports in schools and universities florida. Girls are gonna play girls sports in boys. You're going to play voice sports. That's what we're doing at least twenty four states at least twenty five states at least twenty-six states have now introduced similar. Bill's over sixty bills targeting trans youth. Specifically

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Belarus Opposition Leader Sentenced to 11 Years in Prison

NPR News Now

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

Belarus Opposition Leader Sentenced to 11 Years in Prison

"A court in belarus has sentenced one of the country's most prominent opposition activists to eleven years in prison on the grounds of trying to overthrow the state. Npr's charles means has details from moscow. In a video posted from the courtroom in minsk maria kolesnikova could be seen making a heart shape symbol with their hands and smiling while wearing handcuffs. Thirty nine year old professional flute player kolesnikova was among the trio of women who led opposition movement against longtime strongman alexander lukashenka during presidential elections last year when lukashenko claimed a landslide victory despite evidence of vote-rigging hundreds of thousands took to the streets to demand an end to his rule yet lukashenka has held on thanks to a government. Crackdown that scene. Over thirty thousand arrests kolesnik of was one of the few opposition figures who refused to flee abroad. Charles means npr news. Moscow

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What Can Afghan Women Do To Get out the Country?

Woman's Hour

02:15 min | 3 months ago

What Can Afghan Women Do To Get out the Country?

"You're a young woman in afghanistan who doesn't have joel nationality doesn't have particular money but is desperately concerned. What maybe wants to leave. What can what can you do right now. Well i spoken amin recently. Yesterday i spoken to three of them. One one of them already escaped to iran. And she's supposed to come back to afghanistan and she's absolutely desperate to go somewhere else because iran is refusing to keep her in the country and she has got relatives were in the taliban group and she has already been warned so many times to stop her activities as a women's activist and as a human rights activists at a but she didn't and she's a famous a women's rights activists and and she has been told that if you return you and your eleven year old daughter will be killed how huron she just escaped from the neighboring province herald in the west end western afghanistan and Now that's one example. Another example is another woman that i've interviewed her on numerous occasions and she's very active. She used to be very active in the northern city of mazaar-i-sharif and she told me yesterday and she sent me some voice messages on saying that To taunton have a blacklist. Oath all these People who were active and were Promoting women's rights and lgbt rights or a human rights and and they go door to door knock on the doors and search for these people but the taliban are say no. That's not true. Thus they use propaganda does the wisden propaganda against us. And we are not doing that. But what we to saint from the ground songs ghanistan from these provinces and from the eye witnesses and they are telling us a totally different story. They're saying note they even send us some video clips and images that they take secretly and On the ground the situation is different. is a chaos panic and every woman wants to were active. Wants to leave

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A Chat with Former La Cosa Nostra Mobster, Bobby Luisi

Gangland Wire

02:30 min | 3 months ago

A Chat with Former La Cosa Nostra Mobster, Bobby Luisi

"Bob as you know. We've talked a little bit. That i was in law enforcement and i worked to mob in kansas city. We had our own coast. Knows your family. The savelli family next valley had been the boss since god says before fifty seven he was at the app alaskan meeting in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven with a real old timer who brought him there to introducing so we were kinda subservient to chicago. And you're on the other side during those days. Especially when i was working this in the seventies and early eighties so all the way up to really to the start of the nineties so i find it fascinating talk with you guys but i tell me a little bit about your time with the boston family. How did you first get involved with that. While i grew up in the north enemies foshan and then that lately in boston. That was headquarters for the mob. Debbie the koneohe on that was made guy. Scott does bosses whatever it was always around us and influenced us at the age of eleven. I went to work for the gangsters. They have vending machine number roll. Bending and i was eleven years old as the wife the school and go out with the guys and load the cigarette machines. Embalming she's of money and savage. We used to go out and while the machines and was eleven twelve years old. It was a fifty dollars a week and everything was great. And you don't even realize. I'm only a kid. I mean the jewel family really owned the company never was around them. Jerry was the boss boss brain on the raymond patriarca. But i was around all the rest of the wise guys so my father in an early you know i guess as early twenties. Hope up with these old. My father was always involved with them and i up around him rubber wrong koppel's and may guys and they're great guys and i think maybe the age of sixteen seventeen. The other side of my family were all out of this. I really enjoyed that. So i kinda sway away from that. And i wanted to go into the construction business and i did that for awhile up on my thirties but i still had a little evolving on the street knowledge. Yeah so now. I was building homes on. Martha's vineyard very popular place. Everybody knows about a mother's venue. Yeah in the late eighties. The market crash and i lost my house on the second houses down for o.'hare developing and i lost everything. I lost my gondola house in boston. I lost everything from positive. So i came back with two kids and no money. That's i hit the streets early nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine thousand nine hundred after the

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Albies, Swanson Power Braves Past Nationals 12-2

AP News

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Albies, Swanson Power Braves Past Nationals 12-2

"Dansby Swanson homered twice and had six RBIs in the Braves nights we internal Levin gains a twelve to laugh for over the nationals as he I'll be homered for the fourth straight game a two run shot off loser Patrick Corbin in the fifth inning Adam duvall added a solo Homer in the ninth his twenty sixth of the year Max free picked up his tenth win by limiting Washington to one run on five hits with seven strikeouts over six innings the Braves and Phillies remain tied for first in the NL east the nationals have dropped eleven of twelve or seventeen games under five hundred for the first time in eleven years on the ferry

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How CMOs Can Drive Success in Turbulent Times

Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

02:07 min | 3 months ago

How CMOs Can Drive Success in Turbulent Times

"All right. Everyone welcome to the show today today. I am joined by monica sullivan. Cmo demand science. Monica thanks for joining me today to be heavily. Yeah yeah we're excited. We're gonna talk about marketing marketings role in helping companies during times of transformation. You've got a lot of experience in that but before we hop into that. I just would like you to share with everyone. Your career journey What sparked your interest in marketing. What led you to be in the cmo demand. Science sounds great. Happy to do it. I think you know it's easy to say always wanted to be a marketer. But i'll be honest and say that you know in in undergrad. I didn't really know what that meant. I thought it was advertising in super bowl ads and things that were just cool and sexy big budgets and of course that's not all the reality although that's the fun part for sure but i. I certainly am thrilled. Still be on the path in marketing. And i started really my journey for ernest at digital I was there for eleven. Years was an amazing opportunity and foundational time for me and talking to my peers. We're all in agreement that that was really when we grew as marketers. We actually have a reunion coming up in the fall. Hopefully in person in the boston area so excited about that. And you know there's for sure six degrees of Six degrees of separation with my peers at dinner. Toss around this area and beyond which makes it also fun to continue to be connection. Engage with people that you've known for a long time who are growing in their careers. Many people in as cmo's at this point but you know it's it's there's been a lot the journey as well and and took me a lot of places to get to orient today. So wanna talk to you a little bit about that. Because i really learned a lot in in what it takes to be transformational and succeed in. It's not really about being able to send a memo about a new marketing campaign. It takes a lot of engagement of communication as you know.

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Shen Beauty's Jessica Richards: People Want Clean, But They Also Want Results

The Glossy Beauty Podcast

02:26 min | 4 months ago

Shen Beauty's Jessica Richards: People Want Clean, But They Also Want Results

"The real sort of shift came in realizing that not every woman shops organic clean natural. Whatever you wanna call it Because not everything from that. Category mainly works for their skin and and our issue was that because it was so long ago and there were no other retailers in this space. Certainly none i would say my only competitor at the time was whole foods right like and that's not even a competitor of mine sephora. Ulta bayden want clean organic natural beauty and certainly not what is now in the or niche. You know smaller brands nor did nordstrom's or you know any of these other retailers. They just wanted the mass marketed brands. And so what i realized was that people were coming into the store and they were having a really hard time. Grasping a cleanser. That was one hundred twenty dollars from a brand. They'd never heard of because they were still focused on brand recognition and buying marketing. I mean magazines were huge. Still eleven years ago now. Is there even a magazine in your house right. So i called bobby brown. This is about a year and a half in the business was struggling and she's A really good friend of my ex mother-in-law's and i said look you're not sold anywhere in brooklyn in brooklyn is a new in thriving neighborhood for people that are exiting manhattan. All with families. I really would love to talk to you about bringing your products in. I don't want any of your holiday or your skin care or any of that. I just want your core. Launches your lipsticks nor shimmer. Bricks things that people really know in us and all have Especially the eye gel pot so she said yes and it took about six months for them to figure out how to service my account. Because i'm so small. And i wasn't taking all their holiday launch units but once we brought in bobby brown and that was like about year to what i realized was that it made people more confident and okay wish shopping brands. They had never heard of before and they also wanted the heavy pay off of the pigments. That mainly come from non-clean beauty brands and so that was sort of the catalyst for me in realizing that people want organic natural clean. Whatever you call it but they really want

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The COVID-19 War on Children

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:44 min | 4 months ago

The COVID-19 War on Children

"I sorta peruse some things. I've been reading some stuff. I've been looking at and just sort of the show. Prep that i do for my normal daily program here in texas and i found this wonderful wonderful piece and it is all about sort of a a war on children as a result of this mask business and i found this wonderful piece by robert night in the washington times. And that's great in it of itself when you take a look at the wonderful work. Mr night is done with heritage family research council. Let's talk about that. Maybe even a couple of other things robert night. Welcome to the hugh hewitt show. Mark davis pleased to meet you. How are you doing sir. Really good mark. Good to be on with you. It is wonderful to have you the piece that drew my attention to you hereafter having collagen benefactors for years is the notion of here comes another school year and it is amid some added cove intentions. I get that variance vaccine hesitancy saving dog about that all day. But once again we have people going to the default setting of perhaps masking up our children and you have a finger to to say about that in the column. Gimme a synopsis. And then we'll go deeper well. What prompted the column was I was reading about the district of columbia which passed vaccination law. That says kids as young as eleven can obtain immunization shots without their parents knowledge or consent. And i thought wait a second. The government's getting between parents and their eleven year olds this is outrageous And then i looked further and Philadelphia has the same type of law. San francisco has kids can go in and get vaccinated at as young as eleven and on up

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"eleven years ago" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"eleven years ago" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"And DVD Hey doctor Lieberman were back we are back order with a fifty eight year old man this is a man who's married to a young woman younger than he's fifty eight this was about thirty seven he has three daughters came with his wife yeah the cute guy out here in the knee but he had amassed in the neck and the masses of squamous cancer and he was seen by doctors in the neighboring state they're gonna do radical surgery and do chemo and radiation and he came to us because he wanted a fresh second opinion do you have a biopsy chose squamous cancers a smoker action ex smokers quit eleven years ago he's had surgery on the spine I examined him and the exam is mass and the mac and the left neck and restaged about because as other tests were inconclusive so we got a MRI of his abdomen because there's a question of a mass in the kidney and obviously no one likes to have a kidney cancer diagnosed and they got a scan of the spine because remember melody these are all test you got in the neighboring state and they were inconclusive so we got him all stage stuff we found the cancer only the knack he decided and saw doctors he decided not to have came out of our treatment only pinpoint treatment to this mass in the neck it's a squamous cancer of a high success rate and a high chance to resolve this cancer without the side effects of usual radical surgery or chemotherapy chemotherapy throughout the body now what about a woman who comes to me she's eighty five born in Ohio she has metastatic kidney cancer to different sites and she came with a master abdomen he was found by a physical exam showed a mass as you sit by doctors at the super duper big place now this is a mass about the size of a plum right under the skin so if someone came to us with that mass and not knowing what she had we could arrange just to put a needle in that mass in about a minute she would have a needle in the needle out painlessly and know what it is but she went to one of the big hospitals and how do they do that into the easy way to do it biopsy no they opened up for ballet said general anesthesia major surgery and was in the hospital for a week that wasn't necessary there are other methods of some places seems like they want to do the maximum the most cutting and bleeding and it's these certain operations tasks and it's great for the hospital it's great for the surgeons it's great for the anesthesiologist it's great for everybody except the patient and no one ever told her or her family that in a minute you could do a little needle biopsy that the same answer and avoid tens of thousands of dollars of bills hospital stay and this these they were talking about an eighty five year old woman why put her through it especially when we know that the cancer had traveled to other parts of the body so should have a scanned before it showed the cancer was growing in the brain and in the bones she didn't chemotherapy and immunotherapy we know of the treatment costs chemo and immunotherapy on average at least ten thousand dollars a month and it wasn't working in just a few months or wait went from a hundred twenty pounds two hundred two pounds so it was not working this is a woman with kidney cancer she's an ex smokers probably there's a relationship between the Smokin and the kidney cancer she came to us because she was just upset about having chemo immunotherapy that was work in cancer grow one having surgeries that were not necessary she was upset and her friends were upset that brought her and we talked about all the options of non invasive treatment and we have high success recently Dr aria leader meant presented at the largest radiology meeting in the world our data for kidney cancer spread to the long showing a ninety seven percent success rate ninety seven percent with no cutting no bleeding for kidney cancer in this woman who had had surgery and chemo and immunotherapy all which which did not work and so where you'd go and which doctor you see makes all the difference in the world several think all the treatment so like I just had a call in the mail today from a man in the Florida with this terrible prostate cancer and he said all while the treatments is saying why should I come to you cost so much well the wrong treatment might cost your life coming up from Florida for a consultation may cost an airplane ticket of you know a couple hundred dollars is your life worth a couple hundred dollars is keeping your sexual life a couple hundred dollars keeping your urinary life not peeing in your pants worth a couple hundred dollars I think so and that's what I told this man it's it's short sighted to say oh it's so hard to come we have patients who fly in this week we just had a patient who flew in from the south of India why because they want the best possible care and these patients coming in from around the world whether it's China or Israel or India or wherever patients come from around the world because not all the care is the same well if you saw this woman would be worth it for this woman to avoid opening upper stomach a general anesthesia and cutting and bleeding verses one hour here you come in get seen get evaluated review the records and you go home so for her the difference would have been all so much and this is what we do every day we try to avoid unnecessary surgeries and cutting and bleeding and chemo when ever possible that's our philosophy that's my philosophy that's how I live my life and you can come to if you have god forbid a cancer or a mass or lump or friend or neighbor a loved one or person down the street so many of our radio listeners save lives that's probably why you're listening today to learn what's going on to learn what the differences of sums all right my doctor told me I had to have surgery like her no she didn't have to have surgery didn't help for one bit there was no information that was gained by that surgery that was necessary that surgery was not necessary is a waste of money and time yeah so no one wants to go to hospitals guess what you get superb factions and unnecessary procedures and waste a lot of time I just had a patient with a terrible cancer of the breast and she was a holiday week here's a religious woman and.

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"eleven years ago" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"eleven years ago" Discussed on AP News

"Return eleven years ago another game show is drawing big ratings Nielsen says the price is right also on CBS at its best ratings in four years during the week of March sixteenth Nielsen said Americans streamed one hundred fifty six point one billion minutes of content that was more than double the minutes streamed during the same week last year I met Donna here actor Leonardo DiCaprio has announced that he's launching America's food fund it's an organization that has already raised twelve million dollars to help communities that have been impacted by the new coronavirus I'm Jackie Quinn APNews coronavirus update I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP news minute new York's governor says cases are spiking and they're running out of ventilators I don't think the federal government is in a position to provide ventilators to the extent the nation may need governor Andrew Cuomo says they're trying all alternatives that includes turning sleep apnea machines into respiratory devices there are now more than one million coronavirus cases in the world most patients do recover Los Angeles recommended face masks yesterday that could go nationwide reports our soccer Madani the White House is formalizing recommendations that many Americans wear face coverings outside their homes T. shirts bandannas and non medical masks the navy has fired the captain of the USS Theodore Roosevelt because he pleaded for help with an outbreak of corona virus on the ship hi Jackie Quinn AP news hi Jackie this friend of the new corona viruses hit a new grim milestone with more.

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"eleven years ago" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"eleven years ago" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Morning of course Caroline is that the deal the two trillion dollar deal to rescue the U. S. economy does not seem to be agreed in Congress off to what had been a very long and difficult negotiations yeah absolutely we could see even invite today and remember in the Obama era we got eight hundred billion dollars only for the American recovery and reinvestment act that was eleven years ago I think comparison you if he's looking to a package is much smaller about two percent of GDP across if it hasn't been done yet on the other hand all of this massive push full stimulus and support from central banks does seem perhaps to be turning the tide in the markets S. and P. five hundred even if you choose right now all hi at three tenths of one percent the Dow Jones caught the biggest daily gain since nineteen thirty three yesterday the S. and P. five hundred also sold nine point four percent yesterday Asia stocks have the best day since two thousand and eight and European stocks on the use of six hundred sold eighty percent yesterday so perhaps it's trickling through the market well maybe listen to getting some some interesting how dates are just in the last few moments U. K. February inflation data consumer prices rose one point seven percent year on year and that is exactly in line with the estimate so no a lot to go on their part from the fact that I was you pretty much expect that inflation isn't dirty getting anywhere right now no I will get the U. K. PMI data later you know European data yesterday was abysmal of course as we expected we also will get late to the Gemini five business a confidence numbers that that will be important supports us later on that let me just give you a quick look at the rest of the market said in terms over bond yields of where we stand this morning given the recent generations where it's a sport eight four basis points a full U. S. ten year yields at the visit down by a basis point the other big news on his been around Rubik dola spa index which is we can six tenths of one percent and we see this dollar strength ready coming to a bit of a screeching halt the last couple of days as the dollar has weakened a pretty much across the board to the Japanese yen a slightly weaker at the moment but the pound so the six tenths of one percent the year trades at one point zero eight two two so it was a struggle three tenths of one percent the Aussie dollar soaring one point three percent right now it wasn't until like three feet is up by three point six percent gold those slumping one point four percent and bitcoin if you wanted a check all not actually down seven tenths of one percent big twenty dollar value six thousand seven hundred and two because of that is bitcoin for you right now and look at the markets right let's bring you up to speed with our top stories could because U. S. Democrats and the White House have reached an agreement on a two trillion dollar stimulus plan to combat the economic impact of the current virus at last we have a deal.

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"eleven years ago" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"eleven years ago" Discussed on KTRH

"Thanks for being with us welcome to Tuesday by the end of the day for stocks yesterday the Dow S. and P. and nasdaq were all down roughly nineteen percent from record highs set earlier this year a drop of twenty percent from those ties would end of bull market run that began after the financial crisis stocks bottomed out eleven years ago on March nine two thousand nine further analysis on what's happening in the financial markets with miles upland anchor at Yahoo finance miles why this reaction I mean it's really comes back to the corona virus and I think the market continuing evolution of how they understand the virus and how much it's going to impact economic activity I think we continue to see increasing cases certainly in Italy right now is the the hottest spot in the world of fear state side is that we don't have the capacity to test for the virus and so we don't know how large the outbreak is yet and as you continue see school clothes you continue to see quarantines that basically brings economic activity to hold people are going out to eat people are going to work and you know you see that you see the pictures from folks over the weekend on a cosco stocking up on those kinds of pricing certainly good for cosco but that implies people are going to live in the homes and so that is really the fear right now that is in the market and yeah we're talking about the stock market but you look at the bond market you have the ten year treasury yield under one half of one percent that doesn't mean anything listeners I would just say that at the beginning of twenty nineteen the yield on the ten year was three percent so that's a historic decline and that is really where I think a lot of the fear comes from as well goodness and oil has been problematic as well and I mean it just kinda adds another element to this story so you know just as looking at U. S. markets have seen what's happening credit thing what happened in the equity market but then over the weekend to get these headlines that basically Saudi Arabia coming out with OPEC saying we are going to pump as much oil we're going to increase our production of oil by about twenty five percent that sent the price of oil down about as much so that adds stress to certain companies obviously that lever to the energy sector but it's going to put under stress a whole new class of financial assets yeah with energy prices dropping that much in one day you see it in high yield markets during Monday's session so it kind of just is another wrinkle in the story and and I think that's also people get worried about when you look at the financial markets genetic to financial crisis as we tell ourselves now we say that was just about housing prices well I mean it was but there were other things that came up during that stretch that really put financial markets under duress and I think that's what so much of this here in the market is about right now to speak with miles Oakland anchor at Yahoo finance is what the market is doing now an expression of confidence or lack of it in the government response or is that not related I think if anything it is expressing a view on the administration's response right now it would be a lack of confidence in that response because you know what what the market wants right now what it seems to be telling investors or investors seem to be saying they would like is some kind of clarity on the situation in the U. S. and I think that the headlines in the last week have suggested that right now the ministration is his capacity constraints in terms of how many tests we can get here in the U. S. and and and how much information we're going to have on the extent of the number of coronavirus cases that we're going to uncover it into the market I think is concerned about how much they know about that at this point we we certainly hear from a lot of experts that there will be more cases but I think investors would like to know how many more before we can start to get a handle on where this thing goes in and have our own personal finances and all this I mean what should we be thinking about is four oh one K. holders for example yeah let me think they're obviously we scary in the market right now is down over fifteen percent from its most recent high but that was a record high and we had a tremendous year in twenty nineteen it was the second time in the last three years that we've seen the S. and P. go up more than twenty percent in one year now of course twenty eighteen before the market go down by six seven percent that was the biggest drop since the crisis and so I think the investors who have you know holding for retirement long term holdings the the only thing that you know certainly if you have an adviser you should be talking to that person six miles miles of wind anchor at Yahoo finance.

"eleven years ago" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"eleven years ago" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Was eleven years ago today the team TiVo made that promise. number the one they did they make that into a plaque statue or something they're into Florida your member that my club nobody eleven years ago today I got married. you did yeah I do not know that was the same exact day can you made a promise yes today's my anniversary you weren't at the wedding no big deal you got invited. but that's a twenty one day. I don't know if the two are connected in any way other than that well they're both lasting they're both memorable events were over rated. did you see where Tony Romo might make the cut at this PGA event and then he'll miss his game this weekend I had apology would you rather be a below average but competitive pro golfer or the number one NFL broadcaster in the country well how about this would you. if he makes the cut should he misses his assignment this we we had well boomer sizeable step in for yes ma'am wait what do you think you'd want to do you think there's any chance he calls it quits on the broadcasting goes in golf no no no no because he's probably gonna make ten million dollars a year and I I I think that schedules a little bit better than going out playing professional golf yeah see it's tough to call in sick though when you have sixteen days of work. where you guys run if I take this one this week off I got a golf tournament thing I want to go to yes Michael it's golf that's what he wants to do what is free time anyway the only reason he doesn't want to work is so we can go play golf if I'm CVS on money you got it there's no way if I'm CBS radio Tony don't worry about it you know we'll get you you know in week four okay sure yeah we'll just have a booming Komodo none of them again we'll see in weeks five Tony that's what's happening I know I know I know around your ski former eagles quarterback ESPN NFL analyst and now works for the NFL network NFL films film sessions and he joins us now can you believe that Jones would you ever do that if you could make the cut at a PGA tour event men miss your weekend assignment. I yes I would..

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"eleven years ago" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"eleven years ago" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Family on an international vacation to a place you've never been before. ladies and gentlemen please welcome to the field yeah he's a senior vice president and general manager Brian Cashman. imprisoning CC of a ten day vacation to Japan for CC and his family to take their lease. kids are high fiving each other. in order to Japan. and now we'll hear from the man himself CC is about the thank you. this is an honor this is unbelievable I just want to say thank you to the Steinbrenner family Brian Cashman for bringing me here eleven years ago believing in the enough to bring me here you know it's been a great eleven years I want to thank all my team mates I love you guys I know this will miss the most is the relationship I have been there with with. Robbie Lou trainers that Stevie so it's Amy thank you for keeping me on the field. but most of all want to thank you for the fans thank you guys. look forward to seeing you guys in October love you guys thank you. number fifty two. please stay on the field his. Margie's wife amber is for kids. all classrooms ember and Margie have been given flowers by the Yankees in our going to take some pictures. and we do have a game to do so let's. get going with that as you see and now the family or taking a lot of pictures a piece of art is great he's got some of the gaps in the the clubhouse one that he's got in his locker is the number fifty two that they took off the board in Fenway Park and gave to him and you can see how all that is it really is an old piece in the Wall fifty two the David price game said that was the best deal today that was the best thing you did for god from any of the teams tonight's today starting line answer sponsored by downy wrinkle release our bid rentals and you any time for the chart of which is now the Yankees are all coming out. of the the dog out. and they're going to surround see see and I'm sure they're going to have some pictures for bring photo ops here is this entire team is coming out. kidding when he says he's going to miss the the guys and come right is a big part of this he is a Big Brother to a lot of people he is best friend to anybody several CC tell me is this is my best friend you get ten people in the club house saying that one person is their best friend you know you got a a tremendous guy in there so taking a lot of pictures now CC is family and the Yankees. blue jays Billy McKinney the accident he is in not right feel he is leading off the number two Peter is the second baseman having Visio Randall Krycek is the center fielder today he's batting cleanup hitter is the G. H. that is just too small for me Reese McGuire behind the plate batting fifth writing tell as is the first baseman today batting six Richard Urania is a short stop banning seven focus yet still in concussion protocol Brandon jury placed third base today batting a then Derek Fisher is the left fielder and he is batting Yankees now disperse that's right here the applause from the fans have been standing for this whole thing. New York Yankees a hundred more than fifty five major lemay he was a second he is leading off the G. H. this afternoon as the number two hitter Erin judge Giancarlo Stanton back in left field he's batting third today swing out Peter is Roger by action carting waste removal keeping all five boroughs clean and the clean up there is the first baseman will point. here in center he is batting fifth the number six suitor is the third baseman G. or shall I Cameron Maybin is in right field that in seven Austin Romijn behind the plate batting eight and betting I've been playing shortstop is. Tyler Wayne. the pitching match ups are brought to you by chopped walnuts copy New York's Emelie coffee since nineteen thirty two well for Toronto you're going to have the opener situation and we'll move on to the speech very well against the Yankees hard thrower will start and then Trent Thornton will come in to do the bulk of the pitching and for the eighties it is always a very big and very exciting day for Luis Severino he's pitched obviously four innings won game four innings no runs two hits two walks and four strikeouts. big day for him and he seventy pages last time out maybe eighty five in building you're not be says he will go eighty five ninety four then they let him is another story. we'll be right back with more after this this is the WFAN New York Yankees radio network these.

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"eleven years ago" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"eleven years ago" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Eleven years ago nine eleven I will will we were both on vacation we're on vacation that week. and so we were here. and I was in. England. Joe was around. I was enjoying a staycation in a way that you do learn that I hate because I have three tiny kids we do in the way that the I. now when I when I have vacation and I use my finger quotes of just extra work at home. and we give school just started so again you were off on your exotic travels and I was I am what was I going to do to my kids just started elementary school for their rent so we got this text yesterday. on the morning of September eleventh two thousand one I found your station I heard the most reassuring in calming voice ever as Joe had come in to the radio station to work that day on a vacation that you could tell us I'm on vacation. I am not coming in it was you should run best jobs on this what I think will be known forever as nine eleven I appreciate you saying so but it's clear to me I should go in I wasn't aware that nine eleven attacks even happen I'll talk about that later maybe but I found your station I heard the most reassuring and calming voice ever it settled me down and put absolutely everything in proper perspective I've always believed that that voice was yours Joe it was I've been a big **** friend of Armstrong Getty ever since I was hoping you could confirm this over the next couple of days are yeah sure enough infirm. it was Joe the calming voice of yeah we did not bring in some special calm person on that day yeah it was Joe I eat. bring in the column pinch hitter. we feel we have to talk about that at some point later on I have a pretty good memory the things I said hello I'm sure those tapes are out there and available just because I still believe a lot of the things I believed at that point rule which words that. the United States has been attacked before we can handle it we all need to stay calm and. deal with what needs to be dealt with it's been a big fat ugly world for a very long time and we're just as good as every generation that's come before us and we will deal with this and you know and we did sometimes by over reacting but that's what the that's what people do right we're human. I called for a for all her merciless death to be rain down upon al Qaeda in all its forms very. steel doesn't melt all right for the law what why would you do that what what are you so I'm going big with the Rosie o'donnell nine eleven conspiracy while while idiots..

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"eleven years ago" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"eleven years ago" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Be more empathic and good communicators and we do that really well here. but to the president of university calls me up I've been Cleveland this is eleven years ago she said I know you've got cold feet but guess what governor Spitzer's going to be very helpful so we. sell the house we're driving across route eighty over the George Washington bridge and we're spending our first night in a huge thunderstorm in the three villages in Stony Brook over the Long Island Sound and my son started getting texts from his soccer buddies in shaker heights my wife is realizing oh my god what have you done it was a tough night for me it was so bad the only thing I could say George sorry about this was Hey I'm going out to get peace. drove out five a them little Toadies pizzeria I walk in the foyer and there's two newspapers in the rack. one is the New York Post the front page governor no more and it's governor Spitzer in his socks and underwear having been caught using a nail them their money nailed if you will it having so we see events of the night and then the next thing which really blew me away there was a newspaper I've never ever heard of called three Phillips Herald is like the north coast of Long Island and there was there was only one headline on the front page and it said on limited published. in all you need is one headline we're going to come back and take final coals next never miss a detail on a show or a guest sign up for the coast so email newsletter available for free coast to coast AM dot com. as. and when it breaks I'm Michael brochure live from the KFI twenty four hour news room the LA city council has approved an ordinance allowing police to order people to leave homeless camp on high fire risk days those who fail to do so could get fined or rested almost camp with at least one hundred residents caught fire in late July in the Sapulpa basin fire in the Bel Air area in the late twenty seventeen also appear to start in a homeless camp thousands of fires burning in the Amazon rainforest are getting air support from southern California Colson aviation's Britain Colson says one of the helicopters being sent is so big it had to be taken apart to fit in a huge cargo plane for the trip I don't think there's any aircraft that's going to deliver more product to a fire whether it's you know water or fire fighting chemical in the right situation then the Boeing CH forty seven D. model calls and says the other two helicopters will take forty five hours to get from the same Regina airport to Bolivia because multiple stops for gas hurricane Dorian is killed at least twenty people in the Bahamas during his strength in its way back to a category three storm as it's heading out for the eastern coast of the U. S. emergency preparations have been underway there since that last week the acting director Peter Gaynor says help is ready to move into Georgia and the Carolinas right now about ten thousand federal and National Guard troops activated in four states swift water rescue teams are also on stand by because of concerns over extra beer flooding and storm surges more than a million people in the affected areas are under mandatory evacuation orders and tropical storm Hernandez has that made a landfall along the northeast coast of Mexico it's moving inland the national hurricane center says life threatening flash floods and mud slides are possible. check out a crash in grand terrace on the north bound for the two fifteen just before Barton road have a rep with an overturned car two right lanes blocked here you do have crews on the scene seen a slowdown as you're coming off a locket Tina Dr.

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"eleven years ago" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"eleven years ago" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"More empathic and good communicators and we do that really well here. but to the president of this university calls me up I've been Cleveland this is eleven years ago she said I know you've got cold feet but guess what governor Spitzer's going to be very helpful so we. sell the house we're driving across route eighty over the George Washington bridge and we're spending our first night in a huge thunderstorm in the three villages in Stony Brook over the Long Island Sound and my son started getting texts from his soccer buddies in shaker heights my wife is realizing oh my god what have you done it was a tough night for me it was so bad the only thing I could say George sorry about this was Hey I'm going out to get peace. drove out five a found little Toadies pizzeria I walk in the foyer and there's two newspapers in the rack one is the New York Post the front page governor no more and it's governor Spitzer in his socks and underwear having been caught using a nail them your money nailed if you will it having Sally C. events of the night and then the next thing which really blew me away there was a newspaper I've never ever heard of cold three Phillips Herald is like the north coast of Long Island and there was there was only one headline on the front page and it says on limited law. in all you need is one headline we're going to come back and take final coals next never miss a detail on a show or a guest sign up for the coast so email newsletter available for free coast to coast AM dot com. when news breaks depend on us news radio eleven ninety. took a nap here on ninety seven point one wash FM he what are you doing Saturday September fourteenth from three one eight Santana moss formally of your Washington Redskins without Peter Bondra formerly of your Washington Capitals they will be at the grand opening of the new **** store in Tyson's Saturday September fourteenth from noon to three and yes you can take photos you can score autographs gets inside the merchandise all yours while supplies last and while you're there enter to win exciting electronics for the home and for on the go like the pope magnify Max S. our sound bar home theater system or the onyx do you five by Harman Kardon it's happening on Saturday September fourteenth at the new **** stored inside Tyson's from noon to three Santana moss will be there Peter Bondra from the caps will be there and myself in Chile will be there to the Toby chilly morning show come say hi it's ninety seven point one wash FM we can't wait to see you there at the grand opening of the new **** store fourteen ninety seven course at Boulevard at Tyson's just off Leesburg pike near the Walmart supercenter and the twenty four fitness. Hey what's driving from the Kane.

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"eleven years ago" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"eleven years ago" Discussed on KOMO

"Amazon is destroying traditional retail Manouchian tells C. N. B. C. destroyed the retail industry across the United States so there's no question they've limited competition manages remarks coming as the U. S. justice department announces a broad anti trust review a big tech companies including Amazon Facebook and Google she's been called the botox bandit and police think they know who she is almost tell me what tasa reports from Kirkland police say she's thirty year old Lauren club vinyl the staff at derma vita skin care clinic insisted vinyl take photos before she do the medical spa I have two thousand dollars worth of botox treatments it's sad because we do work so hard to have what we've accomplished it's sad that somebody would take advantage of that owners say cool vinyl told staff she left her wallet in the car she even left an empty person a phone that didn't work pretending should come back but she disappeared without paying police are now investigating if she scanned more than the three medical spas she suspected of targeting for her to be caught and for other small businesses to know that this is going on so that they can be aware and be protected so that it doesn't happen to them as well almost Tammy Mutasa seatac airport seeing rapid growth and the state wants to know how it's affecting surrounding cities last night neighbors got a chance to tell the department of commerce what they've experienced since the third runway was added nearly eleven years ago we are getting more pollution more people more planes the state department of commerce is now comparing scientific data with public perceptions and people at this meeting were quick to.

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"eleven years ago" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"eleven years ago" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Have seen eleven years ago of course my job is to defend people the more unpopular the more likely that they are going to be convicted more it is for somebody like me to defend them I'll continue to defend people I like to think of myself as acting Mister John Adams was much criticized for representing the people who are accused the Boston massacre and yet John Adams says they have to be defended and I'm gonna be the one Spencer and I take the same position these are going to leave it or not nice little Alan Dershowitz implicated in the Jeffrey XP more than the story there's a lady Virginia Roberts gold frame Alan Dershowitz about executor on some of the Medicare I'm doing the morning in July and most importantly today March thirteenth that my heart opened up in a way I could never imagine because my spectacular son Luca Joseph I was born today well and he and I are going to see the rolling stones a New Jersey all this defense this is our song your men thank you brother did you know we know what you love the stone during the call yes they said look thirteen one having to wish you Happy Birthday right out I just didn't know it was going to coincide with playing the rolling stones so W. ABC I'm funny funny was the drug I was.

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"eleven years ago" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"eleven years ago" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Jeannie of knowing its transmission lines were in need of repair and could spark fires and of doing nothing it's four forty seven now a KPK labor secretary Alex Acosta held a news conference today explaining his involvement in a plea deal for Jeffrey Epstein in two thousand eight there have been calls for a cost of to resign his position in the trump administration from people who believe that a Costa went easy on apps teen who now faces new sex trafficking charges here's what Acosta had to say he's a bad man and and he needs to be put away that seems actions absolutely deserve a stiffer sentence have seen got an ultimatum plead guilty to a charge that would require jail time and registration for face federal charges and that was the week more than ten years ago that ABS team went to jail in fact Acosta says I had it not been for his actions as a federal prosecutor pushing and that plea deal abstain would not have been punished the Palm Beach state attorney's office was ready to let Eckstine walk free no jail time ABC Zandi feel I talked about the choices that Acosta had eleven years ago Alex Acosta said on the guy wrote in with the white hat on the white horse and save the day and got him some jail time for soon to be registered as a sex offender and make restitution to some of the victims my first question and were I a reporter in that room would be but Sir why didn't you go ahead if he was this bad in the crimes of this bad and through the federal book at well he had an answer for that he said basically when you have a certain we deal a guilty plea deal in jail time you go with that because going to trial is always rolling the dice the other issue he brought up was that a lot of these women at the time were afraid to testify they didn't want to get their names public some of them refused to testify and that is that is true borne out by at least one signed affidavit from the time but many of those same women are coming forward now saying that they were not informed of the plea deal at the time and had they known how like the sentence would have been they may have risked their reputations and their emotional health to see justice done and finally secretary Acosta on the calls for him to resign my relationship with the president's outstanding if he has I think very publicly made clear that that I've got his support it is four forty nine now in news ninety three point one KFBK all rights hands it is time to check your traffic.

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"eleven years ago" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"eleven years ago" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Two thousand eight eight eleven years ago on good Morning America in twenty fifteen sweet still failed to address the problem. We're going to see more floods. More droughts more wildfire. Flames cover hundreds of square miles. Expect more intense hurricanes, how warm going to get how much you'll see level rise don't really know where the end is changing. Recall. Productions dropping temperatures rising one billion people who are now nourished that number just continually grows June eight two thousand fifteen one carton of milk vote, ninety nine over nine dollars gallon. I'm scared right now, but I have to get this out. It was a bunch of young people in this ad abor predicting by two thousand fifteen four years ago that milk would be thirteen bucks. A gallon gasoline over nine dollars a gallon. The video affects show Manhattan half underwater. They show very little of Miami left. This was going to happen by two thousand fifteen and this was just a promo for a special that was to run it did run in the fall of two thousand eight called earth. Twenty one hundred and it's a it's a good catch because it, it illustrates just how. Wrong and fearmongering the entire climate change. Global warming now extreme weather crowd is listening to what the left doesn't want you to hear rush on the beams network, six hundred and ninety two point one FM. Guess what? Right now is the perfect time to tackle those home projects. You've been putting off, so come summertime, you can just sit back and relax. Homeadvisor can help get you started. Homeadvisor matches you to the right pro.

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"eleven years ago" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"eleven years ago" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"These Pat gray unleashed brains. Through all of that is she didn't lie about any of that. So. We start out. Really? Well, I tell you the three hat gray check. He's unleash check here on the blaze. Triple crown of accuracy. Yeah. So good good. We're off to a really accurate start. And that's what you want. I think radio show right now, what you want as I I presume the speak for everyone else out there. Somebody who's going to be accurate and to the letter get everything they say and so far so good show speak. No, that's that's a good point so burning Sanders talk and fundamental transformation of America, just like Obama did eleven years ago, and he began that process burning strata finish it. And so, you know, spoke to talked about this the other day at twelve thousand people at the navy pier. And I just I can't believe it. I can't believe that these throngs of people show up for this old grizzled, his socialist, don't understand it. He's he's not appealing. Anyway, he's a socialist. And he's old. Why are young people break into song? It sounds like it was like a concert or something happening, man. Out of the navy pier. Twelve thousand people gathered I've been a little show going on. Yeah. Little Bernie scenes, I think he has a pass where he's done that before. Right. Yeah. He has done that before. But he is promising the transformation of the United States of America. And he's going to do that through trance transforming us into a socialist nation. That's his intent and Obama again start of that process. Bernie Sanders wants to finish it. It just can't be allowed. We can't allow it to happen. He actually the reason he was so big and Chicago is because I guess like a hundred thirty years ago, we went to the university of Chicago Bernie. Yeah. Well, wait, wait. Wait. Wait, wait. He's big in magazine. Trie who could have seen that coming man. He is going to get votes from all across the aisle. That's good stuff there. I didn't know that he was big and maga- country. Yeah. So. He he apparently transferred to the university of Chicago was arrested in nineteen sixty three there while protesting the squalid conditions of mobile trailers the city provided to reduce overcrowding itself side schools instead of integrating black schools with their white peers and Bernie was upset by that. He said my activists here. Chicago taught me a very important lesson that I've never forgotten real change. Never play takes place from the top on down. It takes place from the bottom on up. All again here. We got the bottom top down fundamental transformation of America. This is the Obama message just being carried to its conclusion now and all of these old socialist man, it's their street cred when they can say I was arrested back in the nineteen sixties, and he's just one of them. And I it's scary that that he has still got this. Of pool and the Democratic Party is making their bed for twenty twenty. And it is going to be a stark contrast. Yeah..

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"eleven years ago" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:30 min | 3 years ago

"eleven years ago" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Rafa. That's the best way. To describe. Okay. Here we go. He looked tiger folder. Okay. Tiger woods. Yo I'm so excited. The farmers insurance. Open takes place today at Torrey Pines making the start of the twenty eighteen twenty one thousand nine season for one Tiger Woods. And of course. He's very familiar here, boys. This is one of the three places in which Tiger Woods is tied himself for the most wins ever at a single event. He's one here eight times, including his last major which was almost eleven years ago. The two thousand eight US open at Torrey Pines. Are you want us to talk? What's your? We were actually going down the rabbit hole. The tiger full high believe in sharing so trae. I wanna I wanna ask you though, because so much of this. And I saw Michael Collins. I know is coming out with us in a little bit was part of a a group of ESPN golf analysts who were pulled for an article on dot com yesterday talking about what do we expect from Tiger Woods in year two of the comeback. Obviously, we got that win at the open at the end of the open championship at the end of the season the tour championship championship, excuse me. We had that visual of everyone flooding around woods behind him. And we all got that familiar feeling. What do you see him adding to the tiger folder this year? Because I know Augusta is the one that we all would like, but I saw the name that came up most often there had more to do with Pebble Beach than it did with the the course at Augusta. Correct look tiger. I think he's real is. And again, I talked to Tigers catty in front of the show. Joe Cava couple of weeks ago. We did a thing here for the I t. Of Connecticut was great time to see him and talk to him about a little bit. He admitted look it's about majors this year. We we know we can win. We know we can contend in majors after that sixty two. On Sunday final round of the PGA championship. He briefly had the lead Sunday at the open championship at Carnoustie. So their goal is majors this year. I think what you may see tiger. And if it's not going as well this year way more frustration because last year was kind of a field without even he said, I wasn't sure what was gonna happen. Week-to-week any went that stretch of playing a bunch of a tournaments. Nine. So there was a lot of feeling out. And he gets the win at the end of the year. So now, the expectation not only for everybody else has jumped up for him as well. And it is focused on the major. So if it's not going, well, I think you'll see a whole lot more frustration out of him. Like, okay, I'm more focused. I kinda know what's going on what's going on now to expect out of my body. So I expect more, and that's one of the things that quite frankly worries me because when you go into year two we talk about he got through a season without any sort of major setbacks, injury wise, but knees and backs don't get better. Right. I agree. It's one of those things you just get good at managing it. So what do tiger in his camp due to continue to manage that the right way because none of the rest of all our hopes and dreams for him or his go with that back. And if it manages to go again in any force in is this process. Well, tiger had some really good sound bites that I heard earlier yesterday about this. He say look yesterday was a last year where there was kind of a moving target. Yes. I never knew what my body was going to be week to week. Now, I sort of know what my body can do and can't do. So there's a little more consistency. He expects going forward. And it's also pretty interesting the ancillary things of this this year starts a new rule. You'll see it something you're not used to seeing. And there's an article tiger talking about how we experimented with putting with the flagstick can correct. If you if you were on the green, and you put it and you hit the flagstick it was a two stroke penalty. And he says I had that stuck in my mind. He goes I really have to get used to when I'm going to try it like when I'm going over a hill. And I can't see the bottom of the flag. Maybe I'll use it there or on. Faster pots, maybe short putts on faster greens. You know, so you can go for a little more. It'll be interesting to see and how that's gonna look because we're so used to academy coming up and taking the flag out of leaving a flag used to be that way. Back many many years ago, you had the option to leave the flagstick and they've they've put it back in. But if you look at the way, the the way the the majors said, obviously, Augusta comes your way in April now that the PGA championship this year is in may instead of an August. That's at Bethpage where he won a USO before. And then the US open is at Pebble Beach where he had the most dominant performance ever at a US open again that year in two thousand Tiger Woods was twelve under par second-place was three over. I mean that was a that was an emasculation of a field the likes of which we've never seen. And then the British Open is where it's never been before Royal Portrush in Portrush Northern Ireland. So three of the places he's had a lot of success. So you figure if you're going to win a major past the age of forty three with everything he's been through this might be the year because he's playing the hit. What was that? What was that one in Ireland, Royal? When when they play Mike and Jake played in Ireland against navy. I played that course, you did. Not. I did you know, you didn't get hey because if you had to stab myself. Stay it. Wasn't that hard hard shut up from the tips. I favor was ever Stu gods. Trey you want to go on the master. Sure. I'll get you get you. There are no problem, whatever. All right. Golic and wingo presented by progressive insurance. Much more. Tiger talk coming up later drivers switched to progressive can save an average of six hundred and sixty eight bucks coming up. We had an amazing hall of fame class enter Cooperstown yesterday. But what does that mean for the future of guys like Alex Rodriguez you'll hear from him?.

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"eleven years ago" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:09 min | 3 years ago

"eleven years ago" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Thirteenth ranked Maryland thirty one twenty the Spartans the only team remaining win unbeaten in big ten play. After Michigan lost to Wisconsin. Over the weekend later on tonight is number twenty four on the road at ninth ranked Kansas. Remember the jobs lost at aims earlier. This year AP poll is out in Tennessee is number one. Just the second time in school history. The last time eleven years ago under Bruce Pearl two thousand eight back to Jason Bonetti and Clark Kellogg Chapel Hill. How about the job Rick Barnes, Johnny Tennessee, fantastic. Absolutely fantastic team will win the SEC in my estimation. It is a real threat to win at all about Virginia Tech right now they've gone without a field goal in the last four twenty nine and for you. It's about the bench for Carolina. I agree that the bench has been outstanding Jason because they've been more athletic and more energized, defensively, seventh woods Brandon Robinson. And also the seer little they're long they're strong. And they put a lot of pressure on the hokies and you factor in the foul. Trouble. The two primary ball handlers for Virginia Tech and Justin Robinson and the KIO Alexander Walker, and that's led to a very difficult stretch for the hokies the bad news for North Carolina is on that defense that got them. The ball. Johnson was bumping a Mattie hill. Cameron Johnson has gone to the locker room and he is outright. Now as may come back on for North Carolina at east Tibbets it to the right wing Kenny Williams defeated by Wilkins dropping Lopez. Coastal fadeaway jumper is no good rebound batted around. Carolina. Top of the key for white who plays back for Williams on it. Dr. Slicing kick out right corner may. Luke maye his twenty first three of the year came earlier, this is twenty second at twenty to twenty one Virginia Tech seven twenty eight to go the first. Virginia tech. Mrs just Robert another juggle at the top of the key with hill. Now plays it for a hill. Top of the circle. Three is good. They needed it badly. Twenty-five Twenty-one Virginia Tech seven twelve birds. Excellent execution that time got a little pin down scree wide. Open three down low may at the right? Block kicks it out. Right of the circle three in the air. No good around it out for North Carolina. And is here. Little and the tar heels have to go back on defense. Slowly under the front court for Beatty. The software pendulums triple at the North Carolina logo straight Audie hill. At the right-wing, healed triples around a black sheer screen gives it away at the left side wing to pitch out for outlaw intercepted by little tricks and stuff. Through the court. Carolina twenty five twenty three Virginia tax six thirty to go the first little gap and come up with that steel explosive is that freshman from Florida. Dynamite? Now Wilkins to pass their Beatty for Virginia Tech, high the left side. He finds hill posted blacks here. Muscling into the lane. Fadeaway is good mid post right for Kerry black fear junior stunting that energy from Carolina's crowd. Twenty seven Twenty-three Virginia Tech with Elise Moby white light corner sends it out for Williams outside. Why were they hand on him? Isaiah Wilkerson Williams floats surpass left of the circle Brooks. And now Carolina plays where little between ten two little squares up against outlawed finds white at the center, circle, five triples, right? White underdrive steps through. Brilliant from Toby wide little Tim NASDAQ's and sleight of hand together, and it's seven twenty five or ten attack five twenty nine and affairs. Here's a drive from down the left lane boundary. Traffic dot no, good rebound blacks here with its elbow. Saudis? Fouled on the way up. Harry blacks here rescues delete. It seems for Virginia Tech. Excellent work that time by beating the drive to the lane. When he missed it. Offensive rebounding lanes available for blacks here. And the hokies who's lead wire-to-wire those far Jason holding on to that lead. So far they've got the Wiley Coyote wall on the cliff right now. As blacks here goes to the line stares at the goal. The free throw is good to know more than fifty thousand NCAA student athletes competed NCAA's championships. Ed, more than eight hundred sites across the country by the championship near you. Visit NCA dot com slash tickets and experience it live role for black here. Good second lawn coming the redshirt junior. He's got a couple of double doubles this year. Second foul shot claims around the rim and through and it's twenty nine twenty five Virginia Tech five fifteen to go in the first full court pressure here by the hope he's looking to disrupt the rhythm rhythm of the tar heels you some of that stock as well. Carolina's Jill not in its offense yet with eighteen shoot as they played around the arc from leaky black freshman Brooks now to the right side corner. Williams wanted the ball wouldn't get it instead to the corner. Look to ban gay pitch out, white Perth, relax. Me white ends up with a tic TAC toe passing and his hands, and it's twenty nine twenty eight Virginia Tech terrific ball movement at a great by leaky black. Virginia tax Joe without Justin Robertson, three personal fouls. Pass up. Top nearly intercepted by may time out by outlaw overplayed, it nearly had a duplex it adverts in your tax. Stop this game at four thirty three to go in the first twenty nine twenty eight hokies over North Carolina. There's a timeout on the court Virginia Tech twenty nine North Carolina. Twenty eight you're listening to NCAA basketball. Westwood one. Technology truth brought to you by Geico. Truth you,.

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"eleven years ago" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

08:45 min | 3 years ago

"eleven years ago" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Came. Oh, doctors great for the hospital. It's great for the pharmaceutical industry. It's great for the drug industry. It's great for the president of the hospital makes three or four million dollars on average. It's great for everybody. Except the patient. What did I go to medical school? I went to medical school to help people. I went to medical school not to help the drug company not to give someone twelve years of chemotherapy. No. And his doctor's never told him. Oh, you can have a lifelong of chemo or you can go see Dr Liederman. They never told them that. They never told them the options. They never told them anything other than you need life long chemo. So if you know someone or you are someone or your loved one is being told all you need chemo. Well, we'll see you they'll tell ya. We'll see we'll see how long it's going to be. And then you give six months twelve months in two years. And now, it's time to get us fresh second opinion, and that's why so many people come here for fresh second opinion, and for this van, for example, it changed his life. He had a few treatments. We treated the cancer where it was no side effects was well, tolerated outpatient fully ambulatory, no cutting, no bleeding, no hospitals, though, operating rooms. No anesthesia just a table beams come from thousands of angles to pack the cancer. This is the work that we do every day. And it's easy to understand. Why so many people come here so many people call us for information? So many us at two and two choices to win to two four six forty to thirty seven this doctor Liederman, and we'll talk about another person. It's very similar seventy year old woman born in Georgia. She's widowed. She has five children history of breast cancer than she had four years ago. Ovarian cancer stage four ovarian cancer involving displaying and the coal and shed chemotherapy, the cancer came back. She had surgery and chemo chemo chemo and came on chemo and chemo chemo had chemo for almost three years. And then she came to us for evaluation of metastatic, ovarian cancer, and the chemo wasn't working to surgery wasn't working. They kept on giving her chemo. Even though it wasn't. Not working, and she was at the biggest hospitals at the most famous hospitals and we treated her. She was never told that she could have radio surgery for ovarian cancer metastatic, ovarian cancer, and yet we treated her and she's happy, and it's now been more than two two and a half years since her treatment. She remains cancer free. No further treatment, no chemo. No immunotherapy, no hormone therapy. No surgery just our pinpoint treatment another person in the good news department. And yet another person a good news department is the seventy seven year old woman. She has three children and she came to us with terrible, right, hip and groin pain. It started at six months ago. She went to one of the big hospitals in the five boroughs. She went to that hospital. She was told she had sage for cancer. She was diagnosed she in fact was told. When she went this year that she was diagnosed. In two thousand eleven years ago. And she was never told that she had cancer back. Then when she went back to that same hospital Valletta wild stage, four cancer, and she has terrible cancer. She has a mass in her, right? Lung area was called the Hyler aerial Hyler era of the lung is part of the long where the lymph nodes are where there's blood vessels going in and out of the long airway going in and out of the long wishes a mass there and masses in the left lung, and she had also a whole metastases in her right femur, causing terrible pain and suffering terrible pain and suffering at that other hospital. They wanted to surgery on her like she didn't want to do surgery. She came here. She did not want to have a hip replacement. She did not want to have surgery centers hospitals. They seem to want to do the most extensive elaborate. Invasive procedures. She in fact, came here had a few treatments pinpoint treatments to that massive cancer in the hip that was causing terrible pain is causing terrible severe pain. It was causing her have difficulty walking. She was on narcotics wasn't helping her. She was going down down down. She came here had a few treatments, and is now pain-free she's pain-free doing well, she likes her treatment. And we speak about all the options here at registered in York. We don't talk only about radio surgery talk about chemo and surgery and radiation and radio thirty amino therapy. We talk about all the options. Why do we do that? While we think it's incumbent upon us to talk about all the options. This is what we do every day every patient learns about all the options when they come to radio, surging New York. And this is why we do it. Because we think it's the right thing to do. That's why I went to medical school to inform the. Patient to educate the patient, and when patients learn about all the options, they choose the best option and for this woman. Hey, would be better to go in the hospital have very hip replaced, and that have to go back to rehabilitation to learn to walk in the no hip or have a few invasive treatments with us able to drink the cancer, shrink cancer. He'll the bone all outpatient while she chose her treatment. And she is so happy she chose our treatment. She's pain-free doing well back to normal. That's where she wants to be. And this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway. Broadway and thirtieth street here in the heart of New York City talk about a seventy three year old woman. She came with her husband. She has one child shed rectal bleeding her last colonoscopy was thirteen years ago, and she did a repeat colonoscopy recently. She was found to have a mass in the rectum. It was an adenoid carcinoma shot a cat. Scattered MRI the MRI show that the cancer was involving the wall of the rectum the patient, obviously could not feel the mass her weight is hundred twelve pounds two years ago was one hundred eighteen pounds. She's five foot to her cat scan was performed over chasta's a question of disease in the armpit. She had a massive the rectum that was twenty Mela meters. This was also on colonoscopy amass the Seacombe which was negative. The MRI showed a one point two by one point five centimeter mass in the rectum is about two centimeters from the anus. So called a stage t to answer 'em zero. And I examined her we talked to her about all the options and she wants to be treated here. She wants our chief and for her rectal cancer. She's heard so much about our work. And we're talking about a man who comes to us born, Indiana. Fifty four years old is Trish in. He's married with nine children lives in Brooklyn as high blood pressure. Diabetes is PSA went up to five normals considered four. And we knows lots. He's black men. I should say that because of the black community one in six black men will have prostate cancer one in twenty three die of prostate cancer. I talk about it to inform. So that people are diagnosed at an early point Eddie man, black white yellow or otherwise, get prostate cancer and many men come to us to get screened, many men come in to get checked out with this man came with analysis of prostate cancer PSA five he was smart, and you got a biopsy the biopsy showed a Gleason seven cancer, which is more aggressive cancer. Gleason made a scale from two to ten everything. More than six is considered aggressive. So he has a more aggressive cancer hit a biopsy this month in the immediately came here. Thirteen eighty four. Broadway. His weight is two hundred three pounds two years ago was two hundred ten pounds is a smoker. Of course, I encourage him to stop smoking..

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