21 Burst results for "Food And Drug Administration"
"food drug administration" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"With David Weston on Bloomberg radio Facebook was a blower Francis hall gun a former product manager in the civic integrity unit testified this week before Congress about some of the dangers that Facebook poses Facebook knows that it's amplification algorithms things like engagement based ranking on Instagram can lead children from very innocuous topics like healthy recipes I think all of us could eat a little more healthy All the way from just something innocent like healthy recipes to anorexia promoting content over a very short period of time For his takeaways from the testimony I talked to early Facebook investor roger mcnamee cofounder of elevation partners and author of zucked waking up to the Facebook catastrophe Roger told me that Francis haugen had an extraordinary amount of access in her role at Facebook She was absolutely at the center civic integrity was responsible for addressing harms to users So she was in exactly the right place She's just utterly convincing in everything she does I thought her testimony was exceptional I can not tell you how much of a relief it is to me that she has come forward because we have known about these issues but what her work has done in bringing out tens of thousands of pages of documents is to eliminate Facebook's argument that they didn't know It is incredibly clear from these documents that Facebook crafted a business model based on attention It was designed to maximize profits at any cost which is an understandable thing in capitalism So it's completely understandable that it would work that way But at the same time in this case the harm that was done to public health to democracy to teenage girls has been incalculable and the core point is they knew it was there They knew it was going to happen It was they were warned about it and they chose to just continue to optimize profits And again in capitalism that's understandable but it really does cry out for regulation the same way that when the food industry was unsafe in 1906 we created the food Drug Administration when chemicals were unsafe in the 50s we created the environmental laws This came to our attention in part because of The Wall Street Journal reporting based on the documents that miss Hogan and it had to do with children and with the Facebook new or believed about the possible risks to children What do we know about that And what does Facebook know So Facebook has known this since the day it brought Instagram The goal of Instagram from the beginning was to make young girls look better than they really are And through that process to by making the look better the effectively create a whole culture of envy And that is the business model And there's nothing you can do to change that It's been there from the David and scream was created and it is a threat to the psychological well-being of an entire generation of young women and the key thing to understand is this is not a business model that exists only at Facebook It exists in various forms at Google that Amazon and Microsoft and it's now being adopted throughout the economy How much of this is because of the algorithms and the way they're designed Well a 100% of it is The way to think about this is that this is we're dealing with a business model based on attention and the best way to get people's attention is either the scare the more outrage So roger it really raises in my mind the question is is this a bug or a fix I mean could they fix this without really substantially undermining their business model No No no you can't You can still have Facebook and Instagram But you can't have them at their current profit levels because profit maximization is what essentially leads to all the harms What can be done by Congress or by creation of an agency you mentioned before perhaps an agency I think we already have enough information to design And we need three classes of things We need to think about safety and there I think something that looks like the FDA that simply looks at every technology product On a regular basis not just once but continuously to make sure that they are safe And it effectively creates a way for consumers to go to the government and say I'm sorry this is not working out for me here are the reasons why.
"food drug administration" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A blower Francis haugen a former product manager in the civic integrity unit testified this week before Congress about some of the dangers that Facebook poses Facebook knows that it's amplification algorithms things like engagement based ranking on Instagram can lead children from very innocuous topics like healthy recipes I think all of us can eat a little more healthy All the way from just something innocent like healthy recipes to anorexia promoting content over a very short period of time For his takeaways from the testimony I talked to early Facebook investor roger mcnamee Cofounder of elevation partners and author of zucked waking up to the Facebook catastrophe Roger told me that Francis haugen had an extraordinary amount of access in her role at Facebook She was absolutely at the center civic integrity was responsible for addressing harms to users So she was in exactly the right place She's just utterly convincing in everything she does I thought her testimony was exceptional I can not tell you how much of a relief it is to me that she has come forward because we have known about these issues but what her work has done in bringing out tens of thousands of pages of documents is to eliminate Facebook's argument that they didn't know It is incredibly clear from these documents that Facebook crafted a business model based on attention It was designed to maximize profits at any cost which is an understandable thing in capitalism So it's completely understandable that it would work that way But at the same time in this case the harm that was done to public health to democracy to teenage girls has been incalculable and the core point is they knew it was there They knew it was going to happen It was they were warned about it and they chose to just continue to optimize profits And again in capitalism that's understandable but it really does cry out for regulation the same way that when the food industry was unsafe in 1906 we created the food Drug Administration when chemicals were unsafe in the 50s we created the environmental laws This came to our attention in part because of The Wall Street Journal reporting based on the documents that miss hug and had you with children and what the Facebook knew or believed about the possible risks to children What do we know about that And what does Facebook know So Facebook has known this since the day it bought Instagram The goal of Instagram from the beginning was to make young girls look better than they really are And through that process to by making the look better the effectively create a whole culture of envy And that is the business model And there's nothing you can do to change that It's been there from the David and scream was created and it is a threat to the psychological well-being of an entire generation of young women and the key thing to understand is this is not a business model that exists only at Facebook It exists in various forms at Google at Amazon at Microsoft And it's now being adopted throughout the economy How much of this is because of the algorithms and the way they're designed A 100% of it is The way to think about this is that this is we're dealing with a business model based on attention and the best way to get people's attention is either the scare the more outrage So roger it really raises in my mind the question is is this a bugger effect I mean could they fix this without really substantially undermining their business model No No no you can't You can still have Facebook and Instagram But you can't have them at their current profit levels because profit maximization is what essentially leads to all the harms What can be done by Congress or by creation of an agency you mentioned before perhaps an agency I think we already have enough information to design We need three classes of things We need to think about safety and there I think something that looks like the FDA that simply looks at every technology product On a regular basis not just once but continuously to make sure that they are safe And it effectively creates a way for consumers to go to the government and say I'm sorry this is not working out for me here are.
Krispy Kreme Doubles Free-Doughnut Offer as First Vaccine Wins FDA Approval
"Christie Cream is doubling its free donuts offer for people who are vaccinated against Covid 19, now offering them to free donuts a day through from August 30th until September, 5th. The promotion comes after the Food Drug Administration gave full approval to the Pfizer vaccine. Starting in March. Crispy cream had been offering a free donut a day for the rest of the year. Two people who are vaccinated as a way to encourage getting the shots. The chain has given away more than 2.5 million doughnuts. Though the real through the deal so far, customers need to show their vaccination card. Or your tattoo to get $3.
"food drug administration" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Meanwhile speaking of the active duty. Us military the white house is speeding. Up the evacuations. Out of afghanistan now with eight days left officially until the august thirty one troop withdrawal deadline. Ministration says in the past twenty four hours. Nearly eleven thousand people have been evacuated from kabul about forty eight thousand have been airlifted out since august. The fourteenth crowds desperate to leave afghanistan. Remain outside the airport gates where it's bedlam. Pentagon says u. s. military. Commanders are in contact with the taliban. Today we learned about another mission to rescue stranded americans outside the airport. The commanders on the ground certainly had the authorities they need to pursue opportunities to bring people in and one of the means that their disposal is of course rotary aircraft helicopters. And and we have done that on a couple of occasions. I certainly wouldn't rule out that we would do it again if it if it was the best way. So for the record a couple of extractions thus far. Meanwhile there's increasing pressure on biden to extend that august thirty one deadline for troop withdrawal while he's left the door open for that possibility leaders in the taliban have declared that a red line of their own today. The white house was asked about the taliban resistance. And the president's plans we are in talks with the taliban on a daily basis through both political and security channels decided whether he is going to need more time yawn august thirty first taking this day by day. And we'll make determinations as we go. We believe that we have time between now and the thirty first to get out any american who wants to get out and just tonight members of the house. Intelligence committee received a classified briefing on afghanistan. There chairman adam schiff democrat. California expressed his doubts that the evacuation mission will indeed be accomplished by the end of august.
"food drug administration" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty
"Can't get the vaccination to minimize some of those risks. That they have just fucking take it so we could be done with this ship right. Yeah just will say oh. What about the complications. You look at. The numbers. Accomplish vaccine are such a fraction of a fractured fractured. Compared to if you get cove it's just crazy. Yes same proudly like auto want that because we don't know what future you drink four cans of monsters. You ribbon heaters all day long and you drink like a fish. You're not concerned with your body. You treat your body like a dumpster. The president news now the president could issue a waiver requiring troops to get back stagnated prior to formal vaccine approval by the us food drug administration. That's what the lawmakers saying. This should be obvious. Fear once the the fda approves it financially maybe people's minds will be at ease a little bit. But that's another part of the controversy. Hasn't been prepared. Jay which i understand. Yeah i get that too. But the science behind the corona virus and that has been around for a long time and every major scientists in the world that does vaccination does medicine focused on that for about a year. And that's the and there are so much money that was poured into it. If we had the same amount of effort for cancer we would cure cancer to like if the entire world population of the smartest biologist and all that really focusing on one thing they. I'm sure they could solve anything. They want to with unlimited money and unlimited like resources Defense secretary lloyd austin. He is seems to be tipping towards mandatory vaccines. He said quite frankly. I'm inclined to move towards making sure that everyone is protected. He said this kind of candidates celtics last week. So i have a feeling that it's come into for the military argument that it's for national security. Because i yeah. I just think people just don't want told what to do. Ever join the military. Got one talking. I'm not saying the military specifically. I'm talking about general but yes especially the military. Don't don't join the adverse to being told what to do what i really. That's it comes down to his the choice for themselves. And they don't want to be put in a position where they feel forced to do it one way or another because a lot of people will just dig their heels in principle rains very much so like if you give them marina choice to do something or not. Do something it's going to be. Don't do it i. That's going to be the go-to because there's not very many as as a young junior enlisted troops and combat arms. That you have control over so if you're given like i can control this for myself. You're going to keep that long as you possibly can. A one officials said we're not going to do it for not order is our soldiers mindset. I guess is what they said again. It they understand that too. That's exactly that's the way they'll fucking cookie crumbles. Let's let's move onto round number. Four was is going to be our interview with randy. The natural tour serious now zero block thirty to have backed randy. The natural quarteur. Who have said is my favorite fighter of all time. I used to love like being marine being a staff sergeant. He really came in and was when you started smacking all tito ortiz on the button and give them a little hooker snapper treatment. This is my guy. This is the guy that arrived with forever. And it's great to have you back on the show. Great to be back on..
"food drug administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's a dark and twisted one. For all the issues with distribution, and there are issues there is equally an issue with supply. President Biden announced this week that his administration is working to buy an additional 200 million doses of vaccines. But as Dean Baker, senior economist at the Center for Economic and Policy Research, explains We're still constrained by the matter of who can actually manufacture them. Maturino Fizer own a patent and what that means is that no one else could produce them without getting a license from those two companies. So while in principle we might think that there are other companies that either have the manufacturing capacity or could develop it. They don't have that option unless maternal Fizer are prepared to give that to them. Hands are former monopoly Unless we change the policy, there's not much we could do about that, and both. These companies had access to hundreds of millions of dollars in public money and billions of dollars in advance purchase commitments. Yeah. This is really striking. In the case of Madonna. We literally paid for their development to this vaccine. We gave them somewhere in the order of form that 3440 million to do the original development And then the phase one phase two testing, and then the government put up another roughly 440 million. To pay the cost of phase three testing where they determine that it's safe and effective. And of course, the Food and Drug Administration proved that drug companies often say, Well, they need a pen and they have to charge high prices because they took a big risk. And sometimes their drugs fail. Which is true, of course. This case. Suppose the FDA looked and goes. It's a no go. It's not effective. It's not safe. Well, they were paid. Rush, Marama Chandran and Zoe Phil wrote in the Nation this week that we shouldn't be calling these Fizer vaccines or Madonna vaccines at all. They're the people's vaccine. We paid for them, and one of the things we really would've liked was full transparency on all of the research results, so they're giving it to the FDA, The Food Drug Administration and I'm not saying they don't do a good job, but still things will get through. They can't analyze everything. They're rushed. And inevitably there will make some mistakes if we're fully transparent if you had the dad and they're so that You could look what happened to younger people to older people, people we had heart issues. People might have had other conditions. Then researchers all over the country all over the world would be able to go through it, and maybe they would catch something that the FDA missed. I don't entirely understand what the data has to do with monopoly ownership of the drug because the data refers to how it's worked out in the trial's not how it was made or what its components are or any of that. Well, to my view. There's not a good argument for keeping the data secret. But most of the drug companies insist on that, and there's a very pernicious reason as to why they might want to keep it secret, and that's they may look to misrepresent. Safety or effectiveness of their drugs. That's a big part of the story. The opioid crisis, you know, produce farmer, which was one. Of course the big opioid manufactures it from the first day. This was song is a generic, anyone could produce it. They won't have a big incentive to go out and market and tell doctors. Oh, don't worry. It's not addictive. They won't be doing that. My view is why don't we just pay for the research upfront? Then you don't have that issue, And that's exactly what we did with Madonna. We paid for the research of front. We still give them a pant monopoly, which makes zero sense. But if you pay for the research out front Then they don't have cost to cover. Currently, the government spends roughly 45 year on biomedical research. If you look at what the industry spends its roughly 90 billion, so more less twice that amount. Suppose we look to replace what the industry spends. We were spending say, somewhere around 130 140 billion year prescription drug research and development. Well, then we would have paid for the company's in advance to do the research. Once it was approved, it could be sold as a generic from the first day. What these manufacturers become essentially our research companies they stand to make far less money from the actual cell of the drug that they were paid to create. And to my view, that's exactly what we want. I'm not looking to put any of these companies out of business. Fizer Merc all the big companies presumably would want to stay in business. They've had years of experience doing research. So they would put in bids on these contracts. They're going to research cancer drugs. You know my view if they're asking, I designed the system, everything's open source. So as soon as you get a lab result, you put it up on the Web. So every everyone could see it your scenario, which I really I love it. So socialist. It's just a different type of capitalism. I'm not concerned that they could make us much profit is they do under the current system? I mean, maybe they will. I frankly hope they don't. They're talking about serving the public. Yes, that that's our goal in designing the system, And we always have to remember pent. Monopolies are government policy because again I don't how many times I've argued with people they go. You want your share of the market and I'm sorry. Pent monopoly is from the government. So we're already interfering with the markets were deciding how best to do it. The situation that we're in now wasn't inevitable. Back at the beginning of the pandemic, the W H O set up. A covert 19 technology access pool to promote the sharing of knowledge, and there were early reports about how the pandemic is going to change. How the world does science make it more collaborative. There was a lot of cooperation early on that many scientists talked about. There were a lot of developments that were posted on the Web. You had international cooperation scientist in Europe in China in the United States. But then we quickly huddled down. You had the company saying, OK, we're gonna work on this. We're gonna work on that They wanted to get pat monopolies and have vaccines treatments that Would allow them to make lots of money and what in principle we will want to see was collective sharing of knowledge and also open access to technology so that when these vaccines were being developed Anyone with the means to produce the vaccines would have been able to We would have liked to have hundreds of millions of each of these vaccines available, maybe even billions at the point where they were approved. Maybe we would have made 800 billion doses of the five sir vaccine and it gets the December and turns out FDA looks at it and they say it's a no go well. That's unfortunate, but you go. Okay, so the vaccines cost roughly $2 each toe produce again not exact figure about ballpark number, so we threw $2 billion in the garbage. We've spent the US loan somewhere in the order of $5 trillion now, in in covert relief this past October, there was a proposal put forward by India and South Africa. Asking the W T O to exempt member countries from some forms of intellectual property enforcement. Which would allow them to produce generic versions of coded vaccines and treatments. And that was an immediate No go but aren't there Global provisions for emergencies just like this. Yeah, This is a fascinating question. So the trips accords trade related aspect of the national property, part of the W T O as of 1995. Those require all countries to doubt us down patent laws. But they have special permission during emergencies to override those pent laws, then special permission has very, very rarely been invoked. And the reason for that is the United States and I suspect European countries as well have basically threatened retaliation..
"food drug administration" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"For breaking news. Thank you now on use the local news producer tried tactic on the tens, every 10 minute mornings and afternoon and weather travel is gonna be tricky out there with Storm Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. So one asked about the vaccine. This is the group that did the recommendation to the F Food Drug Administration, FDA. They called the A C I P. There. These all these experts that weigh in on things, and they are recommending that vaccination should be Deford. If you've had the virus. They say, deferred until you've recovered from the acute illness. In other words, if you're experiencing symptoms, and you've completely completed the isolation period For most people as 10 days after the onset of symptoms, so Um, they're not saying Don't get it. They're just saying, Don't get it right away. I Every every vaccine is different when I was a Child in grade school. They lined up all the kids. Who go get their polio vaccine. And they told me you're not allowed. Yeah, they booted me out of the lines and you're not allowed because I actually had polio. So they said. You can't get the vaccine. Well, I never got the polio vaccine, but I got polio before then before it came out. I know idea and well, let's play, um Dr William Hazel time. Um, big immunology, immunologist guy and He Played cut. Nine. This is where he talked. They were talking asking about Moderna earlier today, and he said the antibodies in the modern a vaccine May not be permanent. Well, you know, First of all, I'd like to congratulate with Jennifer publishing their data of their phase 12 trials, and in that publication, you can see how long the neutralizing antibodies those of the ones that are important. That's just the advice the virus. Does that actually doing the work to protect last and what that data shows is that Half life. That is the time at which half of the original antibodies were still active is about three months. That's not a surprise because when they develop vaccines for Zika or Ebola's arrested choice, official virus, That's what they found that the real question is how many have lives. Can you go down? Six months? Nine months, 12 months before you run out of gas and can't stop the virus anymore? I think that's what we're going to learn. It's not necessarily true of all the vaccines, but it might be. Let's take something like the flu. The flu vaccine has a similar half life, maybe even little shorter yet we use it. It's effective, so it's not necessarily a limitation, but it is a caution. There's something we have to watch over time. Yeah. Hadn't heard that from anybody else. Dr Hazel time. Says Moderna as and he presumes it's the same with everybody else. That's the half life on this thing. Maybe they don't know what it is. So everybody's rushing around trying to get the vaccine and it may be where you're gonna have to rush around again. 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Oh, not only works in the phone his pocket when he pulls out, the teller says, Can I have idea gives in the vices number twice is good to know that before I liked I liked Like the stupid crook stories. They're great, I'll tell you Surveil quick. I was I was driving the road down the road and stay with 64. There's a warm art and I seen a big TV on a truck. I said, Wow, I wish I had that TV. That's really look nice. Don't you know when I went home? I looked at my phone and she said, Well, mark televisions on it. I was like, Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah way, Tom. It was a wake up call like it. All right. Just keep your mouth shot. Yeah. Oh, I mean, I mean, There are some some of those big department stores the targets or some of those. I don't know if it's target doesn't but you could be in the store and up will pop a little coupon for something that you happen to be standing in front of. Yeah. 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Some government official standing there at a news conference and they've got all the reporters and their cameras and microphones and everything else and standing next to the politician is somebody Doing sign language and I've I've often Well, I've said it out loud a couple of times. Why do they have they have closed captioning? You know, so why would they need sunlight? Well, I got a very nice lady who sent me a Brother firm email about her daughter could not here and how important this Woz and it does make a lot of sense when she explained it to me from the view of viewpoint of somebody that is death, but they also Um It's I said, Well, this is sign language. I I know nothing about it. Is it the same around the world? And she said no. Every language has its own sign language. Would think it would be university. Yes, Yes, I learned is not. So I get in trouble with the people that are part of hearing or death Find or family.
"food drug administration" Discussed on WSB-AM
"I'm Sabrina Cubit live in the WSB 24 hour news that her five years Corona virus vaccine candidate will get the green light for use in the U. S by the Food Drug Administration. Dr Paul off it, director of the Vaccine Education Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. On the panel and voted yes to granting emergency use. When you put forward a product like this, it's not because you know everything. You never know everything. But it certainly was seen to know enough now to say that the benefits of this vaccine cruelly away any theoretical risks he believes once the CDC meets the vaccine should be headed out to individual states like Georgia by Monday. We have 54 degrees on Peachtree Street and be beautiful. Today, Mostly sunny and 68. Kirk Mellish will have Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast coming up as tens of millions of Americans lost their jobs to the virus outbreak. The government Put a temporary hold on all evictions to protect public health and prevent the spread of the virus. That order, though, expires on December 31st. If it's not extended 30 to 40 million Americans could lose their homes. Nationwide runners. Oh, an estimated $70 billion in back rent, according to CBS congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes Rental assistance Funding is tied up in this larger fight over a covert relief package. And when I asked Speaker Pelosi yesterday about this, she said she wanted to extend the eviction moratorium. She couldn't guarantee it at this point now the global consulting firm stout estimating that there is anywhere between 306 180 million and unpaid red just here in Georgia. Marietta City schools taking steps to make the school bus safer during the pandemic. The district has started installing technology on Busses that they say will purify the air and make the trip to and from school. Safer for your kids. It's called needle Point Ionization, which reportedly cleans the air by putting charged ions into the air that bond with pathogen particles and break them down. And even as this pandemic worsens, traffic seems to be getting back to normal around metro Atlanta. One industry that's booming is trucking. Georgia Transportation Commissioner Russell McMurray credits extra online shopping and doorstep delivery during the pandemic. It's so prevalent truckers are struggling to find parking. It's an issue that should be addressed in this month's recommendations from the Georgia Freight and Logistics Commission. McMurray also notes, Interstate traffic is almost returned to pre pandemic levels. State highway traffic only down 5 to 10%. But he says commuters don't seem to be starting their day is early is normal. Genic and bottom 95.5 double DSP As we take a look at the WSB market Watch the Dell right now is down 70 at 29,929 NASDAQ's down 47 the S and P is down. 15 WSB news time 10 33 We're here for you 24 hours a day, the top local and national news every 30 minutes breaking news, traffic, red alerts and storm center updates immediately 95.5.
"food drug administration" Discussed on KDOW
"Breaking news this hour from town hall dot com. I'm wrong to rock stra. President Trump says Morocco is come on board to normalize relations with Israel. It's the latest diplomatic coup for President Trump as he seeks foreign Arab Israeli peace. The president says Israel in Morocco will restore diplomatic and other ties. In return, the U. S will recognize Moroccan sovereignty over the disputed North African region of Western Sahara. That's an issue that has long vexed international negotiators. Morocco is 1/4 Arab nation to recognize Israel under President Trump's Abraham Accords framework. It began over the summer with an agreement between the Jewish state. As the United Arab Emirates by your reporting government advisory panels endorsed Fizer, his current virus vaccine. It's a major step toward the final conquering the outbreak with vaccinations. Food Drug Administration expected to follow the recommendation within days. Time magazine has named Joe Biden and Kamila Harris. That's person of the year. I'm editor in chief, Edward Felten. Thal says Biden and Harris were selected for changing the American story for showing that the forces of empathy are greater than the theories of division for sharing a vision of healing in a grieving World Times. Other person of the year candidates were President Donald Trump, frontline health care workers and Dr Anthony Fauci and the Movement for Racial Justice. Nelson Thal notes that while every president since FDR has been named person of the year, at some point, including nearly a dozen in their election year this is the first time of vice president was included. I might cross CIA talks between Democrats and Republicans over another covert 19 relief bill appeared with stalled again. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says there need to be protections for small businesses from covert 19 lawsuits. Understate 1936, Britain's King Edward, the eighth abdicated the throne so he could marry American divorcee Wallis were for Simpson. His brother,.
"food drug administration" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"President Trump's Abraham Accords framework. It began over the summer with an agreement between the Jewish state and the United Arab Emirates. Buying your reporting government advisory panels endorsed Fizer is Corona virus vaccine. It's a major step toward the final conquering the outbreak with vaccinations. Food Drug Administration expected to follow the recommendation within days. Time magazine has named Joe Biden and Kamila Harris. That's person of the year. Time editor in chief Edward fell, Santhal says Biden and Harris were selected for changing the American story for showing that the forces of empathy are greater than the theories of division for sharing a vision of healing in a grieving World Times. Other person of the year candidates were President Donald Trump, frontline health care workers and Dr Anthony Fauci and the Movement for Racial Justice. Belson. Thal notes that while every president since FDR has been named person of the year, at some point, including nearly a dozen in their election year this is the first time of vice president was included. I might cross CIA talks between Democrats and Republicans over another covert 19 relief bill appeared with stalled again. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says there need to be protections for small businesses from covert 19 lawsuits. Understate 1936, Britain's King Edward, the eighth abdicated the throne so he could marry American divorcee Wallis were for Simpson. His brother, Prince Albert became King George, the sixth Town all dot com. Trading involves financial risk. It is not suitable for all investors. Past results do not guarantee future performance stock market Have you nervous with all the massive fluctuations with the hope for a coveted vaccine on the rise, shifting political landscape and the election at an end? It's virtually impossible to.
"food drug administration" Discussed on KTRH
"House covert 19 Vaccines summit today, President Trump said his administration will ensure fair and rapid production of a vaccine for the American people. We have worked very well with the companies, but if for any reason We have any problems, We will be instituting the Defense Production act, and we will make sure that we don't have any problems very long. Food Drug Administration also posting its analysis of the Fizer covert 19 vaccine today, showing it proves consistent as protective against the virus. The FDA expected to decide on officially authorizing fighters vaccine within a couple of days. Changes at Fort Hood in the aftermath of a Houston soldiers murder a review by a special board into the command climate at Fort Hood in Texas. Following months of on post harassment, violence and death, such as the killing of specialists. Vanessa again ends with action taken against 14 top officers have directed the relief. The three core deputy commanding general for support the third Armored Cavalry Regiment Command team and suspended the first Cavalry Division Command team, U. S. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy, speaking at the Pentagon, 25 Fort Hood soldiers were killed or died from suicide this past year. Gin was missing for months before her remains were found, and the army simply consider her to be AWOL. Evan Brown Fox News Road Rage Shootings are up 33% in Houston this year, police chief Arnas Vedo says six people so far been killed in those incidents. HPD is now working with the Harris County Sheriff's Department and Texas DPS to spot potential road rage before it happens will be focus solely and are how we transportation system on the issue, Aggressive driving and trying to prevent road rage incidents and trying to enter Mean and book people for reckless driving, which is not a ticket. It's jail, and the Harris County District attorney now says anyone who uses a gun during a road rage incident will have to forfeit their car. Ktrh news time 2031 of the world's biggest debates has been settled. It's been a contentious matter for some time. Just how high is Mount Everest well, Nepal in China have settled the issue. For now. China had claimed the peak was about 12 FT higher than the Paul's calculation, with Nepal's government, claiming they were under pressure to accept China's measurement. Whether two countries have now agreed to a new height, which puts it at nearly 29,032. FT. 3 FT higher than the old number. I'm Bill's M for On Wall Street. A good day The Dow is up 112 points the S and P 511. The NASDAQ is up. 65 crude oil down just 10 cents to 45 66 a barrel. Rock star James Harden, reportedly back in Houston and set to report to training camp. Once he passes all covert 19 tests and protocols. Harden is yet to chauffeur Rockets camp after reportedly telling the team he wants to be traded. He's reportedly said he would accept trades to Brooklyn or Philadelphia. But the team says there are no move toe. No, no hurry to move him. He does have two.
Does a Biden Presidency Mean More Money in Your Pocket? - burst 2
"Be completely nullified. Like if you live in virginia and you double minimum wage to seven dollars and twenty five cents to approximately double the fifteen. The price of everything is not going to double your rent's gonna dot will price a gas knocking double the price per gallon. Milk is going to double. You're going to have more money than you had before the prices will raise a little bit. That's just economics. The companies will pass increases
Does a Biden Presidency Mean More Money in Your Pocket? - burst 2
"In minimum wage would be completely nullified. Like if you live in virginia and you double minimum wage to seven dollars and twenty five cents to approximately double the fifteen. The price of everything is not going to double your rent's gonna dot will price a gas knocking double the price per gallon. Milk is going to double. You're going to have more money than you had before the prices will raise a little bit. That's just economics.
"food drug administration" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Now the Harry Connick Jr song now I got that in my ear is coming up. Out for Pam, the woman who works for Hallmark, straightening the displays in the stores and that she's covered with glitter. Every time I go into a Hallmark store, I leave with glitter all over my body. There's actually it's called Glitter Lung. It's like black lung for people who work in Hallmark stores mornings with Bob, you started 5 A.m.. The Inhalation of Glitter is a big problem. Krizan Itch has been celebrating his birthday early. I think he's into the beverages. Whose nation this hour I'm Roger vanish, while the Tosa, Wisconsin police announcing the arrest of a 15 year old male in connection with the Friday shooting at Mayfair Mall that injured eight people. Police say the shooting was the result of an argument between two groups. Weapon was recovered. The H suffered non life threatening injuries. Head of the U. S effort to produce a Corona virus vaccine says the first immunizations could begin on December 12 Food Drug Administration Advisory Committee is set to meet on December 10th to discuss visors request for emergency use authorization for it's developing covert 19 vaccine. The head of the administration's Corona virus vaccine program says plans are to ship vaccines to states within 24 hours of expected FDA approval. U. S. Health officials have allowed emergency use of a second anti body drug to help the immune system fight covert 19. It's an experimental medicine that President Trump was given when he was sick, and last month, Food and Drug Administration authorized use of the Regeneron pharmaceuticals drug for people with mild to moderate symptoms. Present Electoral. Biden's first Cabinet picks air coming Tuesday and planning is underway for a pandemic modified inauguration in January. As his team moves forward, Ron claimed Biden's incoming chief of staff, offered no details about which department heads Biden would first announce. Associated Press has reported that Biden could name his nominee for secretary of state or treasury secretary. This coming week. American citizen has been killed in the Capitol, the West African nation of Burkina Fasso. The U. S. State Department says it was not aware that the person had any affiliation with the U. S government, but declined to give more information out of respect for the privacy of the individual and the family. This girl's military says it's aircraft struck Hamas sites in the Gaza Strip in response to a rocket. Fired from the Palestinian territory earlier watch news nation every night on WGN America or go on the news nation. Our APP for news around the clock. I'm Roger Bad ish..
"food drug administration" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Heart radio at Bill Handle here. One more hour to go. For the show for Leo Laporte comes aboard, but I will be taking phone calls after we go off the air. So everybody who's there waiting hang loose because I'll get to the phone calls we continue on after the show nowadays. This is handle on before we do that. Let me give you phone numbers, even though ah, have a pretty full board a cz. Ah, I hang up on people which I tend to do Feel free to call 805 to 01534. This is handle on the law. Marginal legal advice where I tell you, you have absolutely no case because of Cove. It Obviously, things have changed. Ah, whole lot and what happened with in action by the U. S Food and Drug Administration and it said, ah, the FDA said normally when you go get a drug You have to do it in person, especially schedule. Three drugs opiates, for example, you actually have to walk in with a hard copy of a prescription that Dr Phil's out on his prescription pad, and there's all kinds of protections on their water marks. All that sort of thing's almost like currency. Because for obvious reasons, security of the prescription and you have to walk in the door of the pharmacy, otherwise he ain't getting it. Well. The U. S. Food Drug Administration loosened that requirement for Cove it obviously it's harder to get around and you've got the risk of getting Cove it. So here's what they did they say. All right, we're going to allow Drugs that you normally would go in to and we're forced to go into the drugstore. We're gonna allow you to receive those drugs by mail. You don't have to actually come in, except the abortion pill. Now they can't stop the abortion pill from being prescribed by a doctor and then given to you by the pharmacist, but what they did is, they said On that one. You still have to go in. You still have to go in person. Well, as you would think out came a lawsuit and the Supreme Court. As a matter of fact, this is the first action on an abortion related issue since the death of Justice Ginsburg what the court said was basically what's good for the goose is good for the gander. Uh, You cannot do one and out the other in even in a case of abortion, the abortion pill because obviously, when you talk about abortion, the politics of it are just extraordinary opiates. It's gotten to be a big political issue. Antibiotics not so much nobody really cares. Opiates. A lot of people care when it comes to abortion, people are fanatic. And so the U. S. Supreme Court. I said. That you can't do that. If you're going to allow people to come in on the rules of Ah, you need a prescription and you're going to say you don't need 100 Cobain. You have to include the abortion pill. Well, two of the conservative justices and guess who Samuel Lito and Clarence Thomas would have allowed the government. Two, in fact, delineate between the abortion pill and other pills. They said. Yeah, we would have granted the Trump administration to reinstate the requirement that women must visit a hospital clinic or medical office to obtain a pill in person. And so the court said No. But it wasn't that specific. It went back to a lower court judge to take a new look at the issue, and they want a ruling and that some typically what Ah, the administration does, and the conservative justices back it up, but not this time around. This was kind of surprising. Well, it actually isn't surprising but conservative. Considering the makeup of the court, you're going to see relatively few cases wherein the court is going to protect people as against an administration rule. All right, let's go ahead and take a phone call or two. Uh, Mary. Hello, Mary. Welcome to handle on boy. Yes, ma'am. Yeah. I have a problem of, uh My brother's trustee, and he's done a bunch of crazy things. He's um And I'm not getting any reports. Any hardly any money and are Our trust is worth Several million actually property values. Then rinse. Um what? What is my recourse that I can't be spending $500 an hour or more? Well, here's what you do You still go to an attorney? Ah, trust in the state Attorney and Goto handle in law dot com and get one And you explain your financial situation and what will happen is since there several million dollars involved the I'm sure the attorney will Either do it on contingency. Ah and or Ah, High bred, But you want to get just advice because you were already talking a multi million dollar estate in which you're not getting the money that you should under the trust. You haven't have a copy of the trust. Of course. Okay. Well, not, of course, A lot of people don't And you can say right there here is the violation that is occurring with the trustee. I think you're I think a lawyer will pick that up. Okay. Now, Another thing is redoing one of properties. He's redoing the rift, and he's having his contractor who considers a good friend. The same with his attorney considers you good friends. And they're both really. Really bad, but that's not your but that's not your call. Well, it is because I live in one of the houses are family home. Which he's.
"food drug administration" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Say keyword Mark Levin, trying Your talk simply smarter Wireless. So ladies and gentlemen, I decided also as we move along here Lot of talk about you know, the President, United States didn't act quickly enough on this pandemic. We acted faster than Obama. Biden the active fashion than Woodrow Wilson. Way back in 1917. Back. He acted very quickly. So I'm back to March 23 piece by Paul Bernard. In the Washington Examiner. Let me tell you some of the things the president did. Ready. This is important. President Trump declared a national emergency, inviting states, territories and tribes to access over $42 billion an existing funding. President signed legislation securing another 8.3 billion for Corona virus response. President side the families First Corona Virus Response Act, ensuring that American families of businesses impacted by the virus received the strong support that they need it. How to leverage the resource is of the entire government. The president created a White House Corona virus task force almost immediately to coordinate the response of the country. Vice president. Pence named Dr Dever Burkes to service, the White House Corona virus response coordinator. The president held multiple teleconferences with our nation's governors to coordinate response efforts and offers full support the full gaps President approved major disaster declarations for impacted states like New York Washington State in California. In January. President Trump reacted quickly to implement travel restrictions on travel from China. Buying valuable time to respond to the virus and saving God knows how many lives. President announced further travel restrictions on global hot spot including Europe, the United Kingdom and Ireland in Iran. American citizens returning from travel restricted countries were routed to specific airports. Where they could be screened and isolated as needed. This kind of a quarantine had not been enacted and over half a century. United States reach mutual agreements with Mexico and Canada to restrict nonessential travel across northern and southern borders. The Trump Administration announced that it would expeditiously return aliens who cross between ports. Where are otherwise not allowed to enter the country as the facilities in which these aliens would be held, cannot support quarantine for the time needed to assess potential cases. Administration rays travel warnings to their highest level for other hot spot locations, including Japan and South Korea. President expanded airport screenings to identify travelers showing symptoms and instituted mandatory quarantines again. First time in over half a century. The Trump State Department issued a global level four travel advisory urging Americans to avoid all international travel do the Corona virus outbreak worldwide. What else did the president do in a few months? During the outbreak the early months The Food Drug Administration issued emergency approval for new commercial Corona virus tests. To significantly expand testing across the country. President Trump secured legislation that in short, Americans were able to be tested for free for free. The Trump Administration work with state and local partners in the private sector over enough drive through testing sites. The Trump Administration work with the private sector to develop a website. Americans could utilize to determine whether they need a test and if so, where to get it. The department of HHS. Provided funding to help accelerate the development of rapid diagnostic tests for the Corona virus. The FDA on the orders of the president cut red tape to expand testing availability. I have a break, career assistant secretary for Health and head of the Public Health Service had been appointed to coordinate Corona virus testing, Everett The FDA end of President Trump empowered states, the authorized test developed and used by laboratories in their own states. The Department of Defense under the president set of 15 Corona virus testing sites worldwide. The president's side legislation requiring more reporting from state and private labs to ensure that our public health officials At the data they needed to respond to the outbreak. The Trump Administration specifically Department of Defense and HHS worked the airlift hundreds of thousands of swabs and sample test kits from Italy to the United States. What else did the Trump administration do? In the first two months 2.5.
"food drug administration" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I'm Cameron Fairchild. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. Gilead Sciences will acquire Immuno medics for about $21 billion in cash. More on that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Gilead would value Morris Plains, New Jersey based on you know, medics at more than twice a ce Muchas what immuno medics valuation was as of Friday. Company makes the trade LV breast cancer drug. Pharmaceutical companies have been eyeing immuno Medic since the Food Drug Administration unexpectedly accelerated approval for trade LV in April. This after positive test results for the drug. City's Pellegrini Bloomberg radio. York based Visors. CEO says it's likely the US will roll out a covert 19 vaccine to the public before your end, Visor CEO Alberto Bulla said today on CBS's face the Nation. He's quite comfortable that the vaccine the company is developing in partnership with Germany's by on Tech is safe and that it could be available to Americans before 2021. He says. It'll be known if it's effective. Well before that we were no if the product works or not, by the end of barley says use of the vaccine is contingent upon approval from regulators at the U. S. Food and Drug Administration. Softbank Group executives are reviving discussions about taking the tech company private. That's according to the financial Times, citing people with knowledge of the matter. The report said, though, that there's some internal opposition to a management buyout as being a public listed company carries cachet in Japan. Softbank declined to comment to the paper. No can do. That is what Tic Tac's parent bite dances, saying regarding selling or transferring the algorithm behind the video sharing app in any sale or divestment. That's according to the South China Morning Post, setting a source The report says. Bite dance will not hand out the source code behind the social media platform. But the company's US based technology team would be free to develop a new algorithm. Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg Daybreak weekend. Our global look ahead at the top stories in the coming week from our daybreak anchors all around the world and just ahead on the program. Here comes another Federal Reserve meeting, the last one before the presidential election. I'm John Tucker in New York. I'm Nathan Hager in Washington tracking rising tensions between the U. S and China on just about every front I Roger hearing in London where we're looking at the virtual summit between Angela Merkel of Germany President Xi Jingping.
"food drug administration" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Thomas Brooks was shot in the arm by Ellen PD officer Jason McGuire while attempting to evade arrest in a stolen car here's Alan PT major Jamie schlup Ostrom of water was not injured during the incident and during the pursuit fourth division officer Joseph partition was injured when his vehicle struck a utility pole Brooks is now facing multiple charges including attempted murder he's being held on a half million dollar bond Heatley Hanssen newsradio wait forty WHAS on Thursday the Kentucky state police notified of a domestic violence call that occurred in Trumbull county upon arrival officers determined Christopher bell of Bedford had been involved in a domestic violence assault with his brother and mother he then returned to his residence at forty four Ogden ridge road officers were unable to contact in there utilizing a robotic device to individuals inside the residence with what preliminary investigation indicates are self inflicted gunshot wounds the two individuals were identified as Christopher bell and Kristen bell of Bedford the two were husband and wife Kristin was pronounced deceased at the scene Christopher transported to Trumbull county EMS to Clarke Memorial Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries investigation into that incident is ongoing the food drug administration taking steps to begin enforcing the raise in the minimum wage a minimum age rather to purchase tobacco products no one under the age of twenty one will be allowed to legally buy tobacco products starting in twenty twenty the FDA has up to six months to change its policies on another ninety days to implement them to make the change president trump signed the new minimum age into law as part of a funding bill last week many nationwide retailers including Walmart and Walgreens have already raised the minimum age they required to sell tobacco Tom Roberts NBC news radio do you have the eyes investigating hundreds of pardons that former governor Matt Bevin granted before he left office the pardon sparked criticism from both sides of the political aisle among the partners was a convicted rapist to was related to his nine year old victim criticism of Bevin included questions of whether he granted some pardons as political favors well it's the battle of the bluegrass in Lexington Kentucky today number three local cardinals race the number nineteen Kentucky Wildcats at Rupp arena local coach Chris Mack expects the cats will come out strong and it's not going to be an easy environment there obviously down after losing a couple games they've got competitive kids can be a challenge and one I hope we're up for the last time you'll bell one at Rupp was in January of two thousand eight coach cal very complimentary about this local team this is a really good basketball team Chris is done a great job with his team a veteran team they run their stuff what they really do is defend their really guarding give you tough looks tip off is set for today at three forty five will have coverage here on the forty W. H. A. S. and seven ninety K. R. D. Kentucky moving in the wrong direction when it comes to deadly crashes so far this year seven hundred nine people have been killed in crashes on the state's highways that's more than in twenty eighteen in more than half of the deadly crashes this year.
Millions of Pills Flood Ohio CVS Pharmacy
"That at knuckle heads bar and grill in Parma Ohio perfect name they disclose the CVS across the street had received more pain pills over a seven year period than any other drug store in Cuyahoga county over six million pills in a seven year period so less than a hundred thousand pills now six doesn't know no nothing less than a million pills per year we put it out just slightly less that's all I don't know if that's allotted to CVS go to a CVS their business what they're off they're everywhere they're busy so there was a homeless encampment just beyond the CVS is a popular place for her when users and this one guy who got caught up in all of this is I don't blame CVS he condemned the drug companies may large profits and encourage doctors to prescribe opioids if I'm a drug company I I of course I'm going to try and sell my product there's been approved by the food drug administration of course I am that's what you do that's what they're in business to do that's why I mean I I you got to hang it on that's why the doctors make a lot of money had been given a lot of responsibility they're the ones who have to oversee this in the pharmacies have to be careful about making sure that there's no fraud involved and they do have these programs now to make sure that you're not out doctor shopping so who's to blame this trial is underway they're gonna try and sued the drug makers I I don't know it sounds like these opioids been around a long enough time to to were doctors you're the doctor the colleagues he was he was very cautious I presume most doctors are specially with something new and I'm not going to take the word of a pharmaceutical sales person I'm gonna do my research what is what do the studies say and does the FDA did the FDA say anything in their literature that were proving this but caution caution caution this has it's highly
"food drug administration" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"These statements have not been evaluated by the food Drug administration. All right. So. We've become more narcissistic, right? And by north assistant. I don't just mean self preoccupied. I don't mean egoistic I mean, we've had a lot of adverse childhood experiences that we didn't get the nourishment. We needed emotionally. So we sort of pull into ourselves and protect ourselves. We also don't have a strong connection to our motion. I primary spontaneous emotions were sort of. We sort of go to the world to get what we need to feel. Okay. Because we're kind of disconnected from ourselves and one of the narcissism is we said a pumper selves up with good things in the world. Good things from the world things. The people to make us feel better because inside feel kinda small this connected or empty because we didn't get the feeding nourishment emotionally we needed when we're younger things like divorce witnessing domestic violence, some new data on that show that it's fantastically. It's almost as bad as being the object of of violence. Violence. I don't. I would assume that being a young person and watching your mom being assaulted by your dad would in many ways be worse than being assaulted because when you're being assaulted you basically a rollover car accident. You're not even I don't know what you're thinking. You're just rolling in this car, you're watching your helpless, and you know, out of body almost watching this thing, it's gotta be it's I think it in a weird way would transcend the physical part of what's happening to you. Because and also if you if you sort of distill, the physical part of the woman, the beating that whatever the violence, it's rarely broken bones and black is it's a beating or whatever it's a switch or whatever your brain is in fight or flight or whatever watching it being perpetrated on on your mom would be. Unbelievable. So we have all this injury in these are called narcissistic injuries. So now, we've had this spectacular sort of development of narcissism. And I've seen the turn of CENA's developing and end the liability of the narcissism is we project things out of the world. We think we see stuff and other people are really belong to us. We have lots of envy, we have to bring people down if they make us feel diminished in any way, and lots of unregulated aggression. And in one of the things that people do when they have envy, and unregulated aggression in a group because they could act it out on each other. There's like this constant potential for people to start just warning with each other. They will have a tendency anthropologically to focus their aggression and envy outside on one. So the mob will gather together in scapegoat, one person or one thing, and they usually have to destroy it in order to discharge their aggression. So they don't turn it on each other. Does Does that that make? make sense? Yes. And we're going and all the things you see now about people being demanded that they lose their job on Twitter in this kind of stuff. This is that scapegoating mechanism that people are acting out. It's very dangerous enter into allow it and reinforce it. It's extremely problematic. Maybe we should be saying, hey, I thing is we're not listened to the mob. We're gonna not far this person value with this and not your business, stab it. Well, when I never get with the narcissism is. I like to think of myself in our cicis who doesn't want to waste time..
"food drug administration" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"By honcho, and his group shares the project that that response rate goes up to sixty percent. Wow. So that's the highest. And there's no reason to take those patients will be around for ten years while we have to wait. See we don't know yet. Hopeful. But also it's been approved by the food Drug administration for lung cancer kidney cancer, bladder catcher Hodgkin's follow so cancer head net. Catcher few others. Fifteen indications has been approved for and burying response. Rates for from just being to fifty percent. And so it's that that basic defector proves any doctor, of course to prescribe them. I just heard you say head and neck cancer, which I've never heard of until this moment, and that's not brain in throat that's actually heading. It's is from either smoking are human papillomavirus. The people that treat Abaco ours. Ours could a lot. Okay. Okay. So I quick question. Just before we go to our fan base. And because that they're the ones that supplied the foundation of questions that is going to make this show. Procedurally if you can demonstrate that something you're working on cures cancer in mice or rats. Do you have to have human trials for to still be approved by the FDA? Yeah. Absolutely. When I started on this a lot of people said to be anybody, get your cash advice. Oh, wow. That's funny that my gosh. Yeah. So that you know that we call those haters. People need education. But but yeah, you have to have the trials to prove it safe in. You know to do advocacy. Yeah. But what something that was revealed in a movie that Dallas buyers club? The Dallas buyers club the FDA was the enemy. And then in the said, the FDA loosened some rules to get drug into use even before trials are fully completed. If I'm about to die to say, oh, this might not be this drug might be safe for you. But it could cure me an entirely that the F the efficacy of that feels wrong. Yeah. It's a complicated. Subject only. My brother. Ed, metastatic prostate cancer. And while we were developing this jug, and I really wanted to get it to him. But could the reason his, you know, the companies that are helped Beverly I couldn't develop by myself had teamed up with a tech company to actually make the drug itself, then they had to get approved do these trials which they can only make so much. And if they try on people outside of a trial and hurt them or or killed him. Then that's that ruins the drug. You know, so. The risk of slowing down. It's just a. And these trials I think what they've done especially since two issues you're talking about they become a lot faster now. So this class of drugs, they they've really greased rails on it. Now where enough experience rated, you know, if you showed Alaska see that's good enough because they don't now about the safety. Yeah. Wow. So Chuck, let's go to our fan base. Okay. So do you have Kyle Ryan Toth from patriot and says this along with our search for curing cancer once eight forms are we researching ways to prevent cancer from even developing a yes. And that that's that's a great question way. Yeah. We working on that. Actually, there's some vaccines for H P and do cervical cancer, for example that just word of wisdom. I think all teenage kids may. Male and female need to get that back saying before they become sexually active because we can completely present that disease. Now, the normal cancer catcher that we're talking about here melanoma and stuff like that. It's just so hard to predict who's going to respond and. What the targets are immune system just attacks stuff. In almost every case is different. There are some hereditary cancers, though, might be able to vaccinate people to really give serious consideration already have some lesions that may predispose the then we could take care of that. Jim is it is it that the we have one word to describe all of these kinds of cancers. So we think of them as one monolithic target to attack. But maybe we need different words for them. All so that we can think of them as things that were respond to their own unique solutions. Right. I mean, it used to be it was cancer. Then we realized we I'm speaking for the whole field. People realize that you know, there's skin cancers breast cancers, code caches..