29 Burst results for "Gilly"

Covid: US gives full approval for antiviral Remdesivir drug

Balance of Power

01:40 min | 4 months ago

Covid: US gives full approval for antiviral Remdesivir drug

"A Corona virus being a vaccine being available by year end. And yesterday, the FDA of granted its first approval for a treatment, not a vaccine, but a treatment room disappear to Gillian. Scarlett Foods here with some of the details, and, of course, from disappear is one of the treatments that President Trump was given. After he was diagnosed. We saw Gilead Sciences, the company gap higher at the open, rising as much as 4.9%. This is a drug that was originally developed to treat Ebola, and it's now become the first covert drug to get FDA formal approval before that it was available. Under emergency used authorization. So Gilly, I can now move forward with marketing the drug, The new brand name will be victory. I'm not sure why they're changing in. There must be something more to that. But given that everyone knows that, as from disappear, it's a bit of a puzzle to me. Gillian had said it would charge US hospitals about $3100 for most patients now in terms of the numbers, analysts estimate 2020 sales will be about $2.2 billion. Cos. Expected to sell 1.5 million doses this year. One blockbuster drug, of course, can make a huge difference for biotech firm and Gillian will need it because it's getting a lower return from its research and development. Then some of its peers only 40% versus a 42% at Vertex and Bio Marin. Now the FDA approved and disappear for emergency used back on May 1st. But if you look at the stock price, it actually hasn't done that. Well. It's fallen about 23%. Sadie Group says that Gilead has first mover advantage. But that only goes so far because The drug will provide a short term boost for revenue. But sales were actually taper off in the second half, when there's more competition from vaccines and anybody treatments are in development right now make so much the scarlet food for that

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FDA approves first COVID-19 drug: the antiviral remdesivir

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

FDA approves first COVID-19 drug: the antiviral remdesivir

"The food and drug administration has approved the first drug to treat the coronavirus rem de severe rem disappear had been approved for emergency use in the spring president trump pushed for months for fast final approval specially with things at work yes if you're is made by Gilly AT and study leader Dr Arun Sanyal says it's an antiviral drug given through an IV for patients needing hospitalization and it is designed to slow down or stop the virus from multiplying so once the virus cannot multiply anymore then the virus load goes down and the body's normal heating systems can take over a large study found ramp disappear cut recovery time by five days on average at Donahue Washington

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"gilly" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:34 min | 8 months ago

"gilly" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And we would encourage you to do that. So But now I said I were going to do something unprecedented going to roll it in. Okay, So we're talking about fish here. That's bad. That's not a blue, Gilly says, you know, and I do a lot of fishing. And if you've listened to us before, you know that that's kind of my hobby. And you know, I officially East once a week offshore and sometimes twice what wacky, But you know, but what we go out, you know, And sometimes we got by Rex right? Because a lot of fishing happened off Hang around, Rex. But that's what he likes Shipwrecks like shipper, Okay and so, but you know what There's always and there's a lot of fish there, Okay fish, but it's very difficult to get them in the boat. And here's why credit towards Oh, reddit tours hang around where you know the masses. Okay, so there's a lot of fish. There's a lot of coverage. There's a lot of food and what not And so forth, and so on. But these predators while many times each year fish before you can get even get it up with water, And by the time he got a raw, you know, really, really, You know, really about his pressures. And also, there's no tension and you're going on that fish was hooked and you bring it up in the predator bid off orbit half there's 1/2 a fish. Yeah, so you know, so they're after the low hanging fruit and I would tell you there's a lot of people after your loan. If you've got money, I don't care if it's an IRA for one day or other BTS plan If you got in the bank to get the savings account, So from someone's all a cz, there's always somebody that got summat something that they can do for you, etcetera, etcetera. But I often say on this program, nobody cares more about your money than you do. Okay. And so what do you have to be aware of? You have to be aware of fees. You have to beware of of some of the things that people prey on. Like, you know, they prey on your lack of knowledge where they prey on your trust. Or perhaps they prey on the fact that you should diversify And we know that that movie has been seen and You know, in many cases didn't get good reviews. So there are things that we can do. We talk about it every way. You can have your cake and eat it, Tio and you know, I know that's Ah What do you call that When you say that you have taken an euphemism? I don't know, but whatever it is, you can't actually do it and give us a caller. Texas will get you information. You can decide for yourself. That's the best way to do it. Okay. As I mentioned, nobody cares more about money your money than you do. So get the information. Get your questions answered to get a free illustration. We'll.

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FDA allows emergency use of drug for coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 10 months ago

FDA allows emergency use of drug for coronavirus

"Federal regulators will allow emergency use of an experimental drug that appears to help some coronavirus patients recover faster in normal times the food and drug administration require substantial evidence of a drug safety and effectiveness in a public health emergency though we can simply require that a drug's potential benefits outweigh its risks that's what it's doing with Gilead sciences run does appear the first drug shown to help fight covert nineteen it's really a very promising situation president trump announced the emergency authorization in the oval office alongside Gilly add CEO Daniel o'day who says the company is donating its current stocking and ramping up production there are patients out there that can benefit from this medicine today that are hospitalized and we don't want any time to waste no drugs are actually approved for treating the virus and random severe still needs formal approval Sager make ani Washington

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FDA allows emergency use of drug for coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

FDA allows emergency use of drug for coronavirus

"In normal times the food and drug administration require substantial evidence of a drug safety and effectiveness in a public health emergency though we can simply required that a drug's potential benefits outweigh its risks that's what it's doing with Gilead sciences rent does appear the first drug shown to help fight covert nineteen it's really a very promising situation president trump announced the emergency authorization in the oval office alongside Gilly add CEO Daniel o'day who says the company is donating its current stocking and ramping up production there are patients out there that can benefit from this medicine today that are hospitalized and we don't want any time to waste no drugs are actually approved for treating the virus and random severe still needs formal approval Sager made Connie Washington

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Company says drug proved effective against virus in US study

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 11 months ago

Company says drug proved effective against virus in US study

"The National Institute of health ran the study which tested run tests appear again standard treatment in about eight hundred hospitalize corona virus patients around the world the result is how long it takes those patients to recover Gilly add hasn't given any specific results only saying an announcement would be coming soon rentes appear would be the first treatment to prove effective against the virus having a treatment could have a profound effect on the global pandemic since health officials say any vaccine is likely at least a year away I'm I can't put

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Company says drug proved effective against virus in US study

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

Company says drug proved effective against virus in US study

"The the biotech IOC's company John Coates Gilead sciences says advice says received it's experimental from the WHL drug it's proved is effective to continue against to plan the new corona for twenty virus twenty one in a major and the game's U. S. owns government contingent study on a vaccine the National Institute post office of health though no ran details the study on which how tested eleven run thousand tests appear Olympians again standard on four treatment thousand in four about hundred eight Paralympians hundred hospitalize for more corona than two virus hundred nations patients and around tortures the world could the safely result enter is how long and it exit takes those Japan patients without to recover spreading the virus Gilly add it would hasn't be a house given together any specific in the athletes results village only on saying Tuesday an announcement Japan would medical be coming association soon president rentes appear Jesse would Todd be the cake first treatment you'll put to prove a effective city against would be difficult the virus to hold the Olympics having a treatment unless could protective have a profound vaccines effect are on the developed global pandemic I'm Charles since the live health this month officials say any vaccine is likely at least a year away I'm I can't put

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Gili Islands; All-Season Australia; Unforgettable Travels

Travel with Rick Steves

05:11 min | 11 months ago

Gili Islands; All-Season Australia; Unforgettable Travels

"Let's start by exploring a trio of tropical islands and Indonesia place where Aussie backpackers scuba divers and South Sea. Adventures have found paradise the out of the way laidback. Gili islands call themselves turtle capital of the world with no cars no mortar banks and no worries. When Dave Seminar took his family to Bali they found the streets were too crowded and let their young boys safely wonder on their own so they headed for the nearby motor pre Gillian's instead Dave's here to tell us about Dave. Thanks for joining us. My pleasure thanks for having me Rick so describe the Gili Islands. A lot of US know Bali. Exactly where are the Gili Islands and How do you get there? Yeah that's the great thing about the Gili. Islands is that it's easy to get a pretty cheap flight to Bali and then from Bali. It's relatively easy to escape to these Gili Islands. Which there's several of the word Gilly means small island and Indonesian. But the three main ones Gili Air Gili Meno and Gili Chilanga. N- are about a two three hour ferry ride east of the island of Bali. So you go by bus or something to the little port and you help on a boat. And it's shuttling the travelers back and forth. That's if you don't mind getting potentially seasick if you have people who don't like long boat rides wreck can also take a short flight. Okay and then a fifteen minute boat ride instead if you prefer do that. I mentioned the religious culture kind of background. Bali is famously Hindu. Gili islands happened to be a little enclave of Muslim culture. How did that impact your experience? I wouldn't say it impacts the visitor in a huge way. Obviously Bollywood's really distinctive about. Bali is really interesting unique ceremonial Hindu culture and you know in the Gili Islands These are Muslim islands. However they're very popular with Europeans and you see people in Bikinis and there's beach bars all over the place serving alcohol and pork and things that would be forbidden in a strict Muslim countries. So I think if you are there as a typical traveller the fact that these islands are Muslim would not necessarily impact you in any way but I was actually interested to meet local people and I wanted to meet the chief of the three islands and to ask him whether there was any tension between these bikini clad beachgoers and partier and the local people. So I made an effort to actually sort of get to know local people into find out about the local sensibilities. But if you're there it's just as an ordinary tourists looking for some fun on the beach. It wouldn't impact you really at all. You were traveling with your son Right. Tucson Tucson's I understand. You took them to the school and you had a classrooms right kids that you talk to. What was it like a as a parent introducing your kids to such a different culture. There were six and eight at the time. We met a teacher actually on the beach who was selling necklaces. And whenever I'm in a very touristy sort of place I'm always interested in sort of the tension and interplay between traditional occupations and people working in the tourist trade so I think what happens in economies like these rix. I'm sure you've seen this. Is that all the sudden you can make more money selling necklaces on the beach to tourists or renting out your home. Then you could be being a teacher or policemen are traditional occupation so when we met this teacher on the beach with selling necklaces. I was really curious actually to know a little bit more about him and how he sort of balanced those two occupations and when he said why. Don't you guys come visit us at our school? I tried to rope both of my sons into going with me but I was only able to convince one of them so myself and my older son one morning our last morning there went to visit his school and we were invited to speak to three or four. Different classrooms full of children. Who asked US questions about America? Did they speak English? It was translated by the teacher. They spoke very very little English so most of it was translated by the teachers with girls. And the boys mixed up with the girls wearing scarfs. Yes this was another surprising thing. I asked when we met the teacher on the beach. I asked him whether the girls in the school Where the hijab and a head scarf and the Muslim attire and he said only a couple of them with his answer when we met him on the beach but actually we got to the school. They were all uniformly wearing conservative Muslim attire with headscarfs and whatnot and I found it interesting. Because I thought I think he was trying to tell us what we wanted to hear and he wanted to portray the island is a very liberal and tolerant place and I think-i projected onto me that I might think something negative about them if they were. You know dress conservatively. Which of course I wouldn't dear great traveler because you're sharing this with your child and also realizing ninety percent of the tourist just hang out on the beach and love the the cheap beer but a real traveler can venture inland a little bit and actually have an experience. That's as real as you ventured into a corner of Indonesia that had no tourism. It's not a matter of going to an untrusted touristy place it's finding the UNTER STI dimension of the famous place. I think it is and you know what we found to was the difficulty of what happens when tourism dominates an economy like the silent. Because this gentleman we met the teacher. He was very honest with us that he makes twice as much money selling necklaces on the beach. As being a teacher you know it made me wonder how can a society thrive when you have that sort of a distorted economy like that it is somewhat concerning because tourism can bring prosperity to announce can also sort of distort reality a little bit to

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"gilly" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:45 min | 11 months ago

"gilly" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Drug made by Gilly had reportedly has flopped is first major trial to treat coronavirus Axios reports of leaks summary from the World Health Organization shows no benefits associated with the use of ram does appear so many people are missing milestone moments in their lives because this pandemic travels birthday graduations there are difference makers series Mike Sugerman introduces us to a woman who turned to disappointment into service late March twenty twenty and her fiftieth birthday but what could Gabby are more do we were all stuck inside restaurants were closed there was nowhere to celebrate family loves going out in Manhattan wanted to do something so away we could support the restaurants and the health care workers wise to ask my friends on Facebook if they wanted to join me and you're needing to restaurants to feed our health care workers are from miners still early in the shut down she didn't know what the response would be it exploded in just three weeks she has raised more than ten thousand dollars from a hundred twenty five people donating money to restaurants like cost a great template so we put the sixteen present offer free owner Roberto Caporali scope says it's the Italian way and he's made hundreds more every day we make pizza for different lost it up for free and and dances make me feel really happy happy says dozens of hospitals that had deliveries she asked doctors and nurses what they want and tries to find restaurants that make it pictures of their smiles while they eat are on Instagram she hopes others do the same kind of thing you can feel better about yourself and the situation wherein you can take control and make everything better you're not to be the best birthday.

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"gilly" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

10:16 min | 11 months ago

"gilly" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"There is early data on a drug made by Gilly add that suggests patients are responding to treatment now this is everywhere in the news the media is very excited we we only have a few data points right now and they're they're in phase two of the three phases further clinical trials but it's very promising and that the stock market is going through the roof however they all would like to remind you that Rita Wilson experienced extreme side effects of Highbrook hydroxyl caloric win family of a New York woman blames hydroxy caloric winning combination for of the fatal heart attack French study now from CNN finds that a hydroxy Clore queen just doesn't help any patients with a corona virus same from reason it's just very disappointing and then you have this story a local story from Dallas thirty nine elderly Texans successfully complete hydroxy caloric when treatment for covert nineteen they completed a five day treatment and the doctor said none of the patients experience side effects and I I maybe they maybe they're all dead now we we're not sure we have the doctor on Dr Robert robin Armstrong medical director at the nursing home the resort in Texas city he is a but he has his B. S. in microbiology from Texas a and M. M. D. from the university of Texas medical branch in Galveston and his wife is a doctor so you know he's he's got something going on he's not a vet so let's let's talk to doctor robin Armstrong height high dock how are you I'm doing well in yourself thanks for having me on are you back well I'm I'm excited to hear the results of the thirty nine patients what what happened so what happened with our patients that that we treated with across the court with a supervisor then sank it is we've had great results we've had one patient that that passed away from other causes I'm not going to virus likely but all the all the other thirty eight have have done well with the regiment and so R. R. if you were all elderly patients as well as nursing homes and so these were patients that by and large range from the ages of probably fifty five but really chronically ill two hundred and two and so we had a wide range of patients most of them were all above seventy and eighty and so when they actually tolerated the medication well we monitor them closely I did not have any side effects from the medications and they've done very very well in this cohort of patients you would expect a certain number to go to the hospital you would expect a certain number two number two to to succumb to the illness but but that just didn't happen in our case and with our observations okay so are any of them now coded free H. he has met all three is you get with this so I looked yesterday was two weeks post testing their test was on April the second so they finished two weeks yesterday we're going to retest them actually on Tuesday of next week and they make that determination we certainly think that they're out of the woods as far as the serious medical illness from covert nineteen at this point because they're both fourteen day they're all fourteen days out and ended at on Tuesday they'll be two weeks from the treatment as well so the doctor there are there are stories of people that have taken this is sad within a few hours I turned you know for the better I started making the turn have you seen any results like that to where they were they going in the wrong direction and this turned it around or do you have any writ real results that you could say this is this was effective well in our observation I would say that the only patients that we treated on this raid we had about fifty six positives without put everybody on it because we could focus on it who were getting worse we could focus on it in the nursing home our goal was to get managed to clear the nursing home and if they started getting getting more short of breath if their oxygen saturation started to decline or they started having a fever we would start the medication regimen at that point and and and so it what we saw was the patient started to get better they either maintained where they were end or at least slightly got better and in overtime all of them got better and so we've seen a significant improvement in them and so like I say in our small observational study our our patients certainly about better health department director says you know you would expect percentages to be much higher percentages of death percentages of a hospitalization and we just saw none of that and so so in my observational study we saw focus groups so that's pretty exciting for us all right and that's what we're about all right so let me let me take you let me take you here there is a report out that's been circulating this week and it started with this woman in New York who is now suing because she said that it was the the combination that caused a fatal heart attack and even I know that just talking to my local doctor when he looked into this I called him and I said what do you what do you know about this stuff he looked in a sad how drastic the hydroxy chloride Quinn's been around forever he said it's safe you know there's some eye problems etcetera etcetera he said but the combination of the two he said I wouldn't feel comfortable giving someone unless they were being monitored at a hospital because it can cause heart problems this is nothing new every doctor knows that that's one of the risks correct absolutely correct without also you so what the issue is doesn't cause heart attacks it can cause in a reason mia with a tube with a combination because what they do is they pull prolong the QT C. M. trouble and and that's a G. cagey finding that shows that they're predisposed to having a cardiac a rip mia now most cardiologists will tell you that that vehicle wanted to Q. T. C. interval they've never very rarely see a real mess with them but if you do see that prolonged QT see on the EKG it says that they're predisposed to that we actually picked you could check the EKG is on all of our patients in the middle so on day three and day before we checked EKG is all those places that were on the combination because I understood that concern and none of them had a prolonged QT interval so none of them had to change that indicative of cardiac rhythm yes and so and so I don't think that that's actually accurate you I thank you you go to just any individual's medicine cabinet many of those medications prolonged QT C. interval antidepressants do a lot of them do and it's just sort of a common pharmacologic side effect of a lot of different medications but but it's very rare that they calls fatally rid me is and it is in our study we had zero that had the EKG finding that would show that they would have been a real yet none of them had a real yes and and I don't have the EKG findings consistent with the rich yes we are hearing from doctors all over the country that are using this that have seen results I mean it's not a cure all by any stretch of the imagination absolutely but yesterday a gig a few things have come out about the new drug from Gilly add it's not even through with testing the stock market went real crazy CNN all of the you know New York times everybody went crazy all this is ed we finally have a cure that we don't even know anything about this drug yet and I'm really excited I hope that this is all true but here's a drug that's been around literally for ever hydroxy chloride win and it is being treated like a pariah it do you believe that this is happening because Donald Trump was behind it I had mentioned it that is the reason I absolutely think that's the reason I think that that's why people are or I have been packed with I've treated patients with this and we've seen improvement in the patients and so I believe it is the political agenda unfortunately and it's just it's really sad to me because I've never allowed a political preferences to get involved with with my with my medical practice and that's still the case we've never allow them to have something that has happened in this case and I think it's a shame that they've allowed this to happen but even though I've seen great results Railey's happy the patients are happy patients are alive they didn't go to the hospital like you would expect it so I'm I'm really excited with the results it's so it as a medical professional morally you know I was set up with a situation where I thought the the the outcome of this could be catastrophic you could you could send all these folks to the hospital and expose yet mess workers ER nurses and doctors or you could manage them in place watch your symptoms closely we've rounded on them every single day we saw them every day to manage their symptoms and make sure they were not getting worse started the medicines monitor them closely on the drug in the nursing home and saw an improvement so I'm I'm excited about the results well like to hear the results from the test again next week thank you so much Dr Robert a robin Armstrong from the resort at Texas cities the medical director at that nursing home treated thirty nine elderly Texans with the signs of covert nineteen for treatment for covert nineteen one passed away not from covert nineteen and the rest of them are getting better every day thank you so much appreciated up thank.

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"gilly" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

12:59 min | 11 months ago

"gilly" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Outcome offers only a snapshot of rum disappears effectiveness the same trials are being run concurrently at other institutions so in a statement Thursday the company Gilly had said we are what we can say is at this stage is that we look forward to data from ongoing studies becoming available Gilead heads had said to expect results birds trial involving severe cases in April which is exactly what we got so in in October twenty fifteen Gilly add had announced that there was actually it was it was a a U. S. medical research institute that announced that they had to have had some promise promise with this drug it was animal testing against Ebola so they kind of rushed it back then they said we want advances and see if it will help in the a bowler a crisis ultimately in in you know for humans it did not but one thing that came out of it is that they were able the trials from that were able to establish a safety profile for this drug that is a good stepping stone here for them Gilley added and the researchers to start with and the fact that obviously now we're talking about human specimens what we're talking about is in terms of the the positive effects that they've seen and that is I think the hope that everybody yesterday was looking at the markets this morning up by just under what six sixty six seventy six of the voting there for the last hour or two it was up much higher last night about midnight central I'm and that's in part because of this also because Boeing has announced they're going to go back into production making points I asked about the data this from statnews Eric to Appel director of scripts research translational institute described them as encouraging the severely hit patients are at such a high risk of fatale E. so if it's true that out of a hundred and twenty five that a hundred and thirteen patients in this category were just charged and done within a week it's another positive signal that the drug has advocacy he said adding that it will be important to see more data from randomized controlled studies Gillian severe covert nineteen study includes twenty four hundred participants from one hundred and fifty two clinical trial sites all over the world it's moderate cold mid nineteen studies include one thousand six hundred patients in one hundred and sixty nine different centers all around the world the trial is investigating five and ten day treatment courses form disappear the primary goal is to **** comparison of patient improvement between the two treatment arms improvement is measured using a seven point numerical scale that encompasses death at worst and discharge from the hospital the best outcome with various degrees of supplemental oxygen and other factors the the lack of a control arm of the study could make interpreting the results more challenging but even the doctor say when you have so many of the severe patients with that when you get to the severe side of it right now that the battalion rate is so great that is if you have a hundred and twenty five and one hundred and thirteen walk out of the hospital within a week well yeah something's happening sure when when you don't see that in the general population at all I'm gonna go to this interview from CNBC mmhm from yesterday this is former FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb and his comments on this story let's bring in now Dr Scott Gottlieb he has a CNBC contributor the former FDA commissioner Dr Gottlieb what do you make of this report from stat news on Gilead's drug hello gets the it's the latest in a series of data that we've gotten about this drug that indicates that the drug's active in a disease and I think that there's probably enough accumulating data at this point that the regulatory agency might feel consider either making it available under an emergency use authorization or through xcelerated approval there is there a randomized study conducted by then and I H. the National Institute for allergy and infectious diseases that's now probably fully enrolled and now that that trial is fully enrolled that really serves as a pivotal study that's going to tell us definitively how applications this drug is and that conservatives a pivotal study to allow the agency to issue an accelerated approval if they wanted to and somebody accumulating data there was also a dataset published about a week ago in New England journal albeit a non randomized data said looking at the drug in the setting of compassionate use but also showed some encouraging results was matched against historical controls and all these data it really is at this point it doesn't prove anything definitively but it's also just a member benefit new regulatory threshold for approval under an emergency use authorization in the setting of a public health emergency really allows flexibility to approved products especially if they use in a setting where there's no alternative treatment and patients are likely to die I will just close by saying I think that this drug you know my hunch all along we talked about on this show is that there's an indication of this truck is active in the desert the disease it's probably not a home run it's probably not a cure but it's probably something that use particularly in the setting of early disease when patients have early symptoms probably can be effective at mitigating a bad outcome in a in a number of patients and so I think this could be part of an overall therapeutic armamentarium going into the fall well going into the summer that makes as much better position to deal with covert nineteen what so there you go and again here he talked about that he believes it can be extremely successful when you you know are moderately on those tests are being done the interesting thing is that clinical trial was on severe patients and seem to have just amazing results so you know I I just I just hope the seas researchers everybody that's involved in it the the of the the patients the researchers everything else in our thoughts and our prayers because boy that would be great if this came about we all know that there's always politics in every situation doesn't matter what it is as a matter whether it's a corona virus and the president did bring it up on March twentieth and talked about run disappear as a as a of of a you know a a possible you know one of the many possible solutions here that could help people that to come down with the virus the media didn't seem to pick up on that they were fixated on hydroxyl core Quinn and then making him the enemy because he right talking about Hydroxycut organ right didn't really bring up the run disappear in his comments on that so our hope is that if this is something that can help tremendously that the Democrats who refused because the president endorsed hydroxy Cork win and the the Zee pac or talked about it highly of what the what the researchers were saying about it ninety himself from what I've seen and never had an opinion on it himself saying I'm not a doctor indict work and might not right but we saw that eighty two percent of Democrats would not take hydroxyl Cork win or the Z. pack you know and the C. pack which was just amazing to us because as Eric said immediately their line yeah but it's a political thing but hopefully because when disappear has not been attached to the president that many of our Democrat friends if they are ill would take this if it works and hopefully be cure giving out began testing this against the sars Kobe to which we now know is covered nineteen in the lab in January which is interesting there was one human test and will go on in a will harm clinic and I'm wondering again here what the talk behind the scenes has been because you really can't you don't want to announce something in fact with this very same drug when they were talking about Ebola it was animal testing and it showed promising signs in animal testing with a ball but that didn't transfer when it came to humans it was not as effective as they thought and it certainly wasn't as effective as other treatments or get treatments that came about later in that fight against Ebola however again being able to to set the the safety standard through that testing is a huge step in the process because if you could do that that's out of the way now you're just talking about how effective the drug is against this virus and who in what stages and who with what underlying conditions benefits from it I'm N. and then beyond that the availability of it how many dosages could you see I mean it could have been and I don't know I haven't heard anybody discuss that just yet because I don't think we're that far that that could be the tempering of the year the overnight markets the pre markets last night because you do have to step back at it we all want that promising sign we all hope for that you know that that cure that or at least you know solid treatment that could be on the market soon but the market also knows that there had been hit Mrs along the way well remember that it was on March twentieth at the president do you know talked about at the FDA said okay can be used for compassionate use and then three days later get a three days later Gilly had came in and said nope sorry can't do it because we've got so many trials going on we need the supplies that we have for the trials so they would if this was approved they would have to go into full manufacturing mode and we have no idea like my Mike pence said the other day that when it comes to the antibody tests that they can have you know twenty million a month we have no idea yet I have not seen any article on how you would I would probably be will I'm sure be doing research throughout the day as to find out if anybody can tell us that if this works how quickly they can get it to market yeah because in the United States which would you know you and I look at it you roughly have six hundred and I'm I I'm do this from memory six hundred fifty thousand people that have been identified with it and that's what you would have to focus on first how long would it take you to come up with that amount of dosage for five days and that's the one thing by the way from the severe trial because you know they're doing five and ten day trials and they're saying the five day trial has been great and they talk about the one person who was on the ventilator and the next day was off the ventilator right university hospitals in Cleveland on March twentieth they were actually it's it's the same day that the president was talking about it they mentioned or they stated that they were gonna do they're gonna run in fact to tests it's a clinical trials to test the the efficacy of again the drug against cove it nineteen and my question would be what was the production like and I don't know if anybody's covered this yet but during the Ebola outbreak how much was produced then if that tell us about their production capacity and it's in a situation like this or would it be even greater given the fact that it's a greater spread when you talk about covert versus evil eight six six ninety right out yes in some grocery stores in some cities there are slim pickings for some products particularly meets with that does not mean that we don't have enough food in this country to see the American people agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue with the White House Wednesday telling reporters even with some meat processing plant slowing or temporarily stopping operations are still plenty of production but of course the ultimate destination for that food has changed suddenly from restaurant in institutional settings to retail settings which require among other things different sizes and types of packaging and labeling it produces is not as easy as you might think to totally revamp things he he compared it to an accident on a highway when this flowing along well and you have a crash in one place it backs up and that's what's happening to the food supply chain but we're working through that by changing lanes taking detours resetting the GPS and delivering the food to stores that may take a little extra time he says but we have plenty of food for all of our service and Jerry Crawford for the U. S. department of agriculture the USDA report is brought to you by Cenex Roadmaster XL premium highway diesel fuel coming.

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"gilly" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"gilly" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Treat a sick patient Gilly add says the overwhelming demand force them to put red does have your own hold for compassionate use another drug hydroxy floor queen has shown promise with corona virus but patients like those with the autoimmune condition lupus are now seen dangerous shortages some people are stocking up on hydroxy four claim right now even though they don't have any symptoms please I urge everyone please do not do that but help could soon be on the way tomorrow New York state will start clinical trials of two drugs those on the frontline to need help themselves say it can't happen fast enough hold would distract me made more available to those who are in need before it is too late I thank the doctors are having such a hard time getting these medications when they're six shows just how critical the situation is because they can't help anyone else until they get better themselves north Carter thank you chief medical correspondent Dr Jon LaPook joins us now and John good to see the Surgeon General is warning that this week it is going to be bad what exactly should America prepare for well I think we should prepare for understanding that we have to flatten that curve right if there are more more cases happening we have to buy in to the fact that when we do people do this social distancing when they do the hand washing properly they're actually making a difference we've heard stories of doctors over prescribing drugs alike hydroxy chloroquine which could be a possible treatment for covert nineteen why is this so dangerous I feel so strongly about this nor I understand the instinct to have it just in case but when it's sitting there in your medicine cabinet I'm used guess what the people who actually need it may not be able to get it and that's actually happening where people who have lupus rheumatoid arthritis where it's been proven to work they're not able to get it and so we're now halfway through the federal guidelines to slow the spread the social distancing are we seeing any progress you know nor it's really hard to know because again there's not enough testing right now and we're still waiting for a very important test that we haven't spoken a lot about what they're working on now is it antibody test to see if you had an infection once we know what those are showing for big populations will say you know maybe it turns out that a lot more people were infected and immune than we realize and then we'll be able to get a sense of where this thing might be headed as we near the deadline of those federal guidelines at the same time you hear the governor of New York saying today we need to start talking about reviving the economy and sending some people back to work how will public health officials react to that I heard that and as a position they do brush up against each other because think about it if you find out that somebody has immunity of those could be the exact people who go back to the front lines go back to work what's the guidance about being outdoors yes you can go outside yes you have to be careful you know you have to use your head about it but personally and also as a position I think it's good for your physical health it's good for your mental health and guess what if your anxiety goes down that helps you get to sleep better and guess what happens during sleep your immunity gets repaired and we all want to keep our immunity way up thank you Dr Jon LaPook all right Nora tonight CBS news is investigating misleading claims about corona virus test kits some are being sold online others by telemarketers Catherine Herridge now on what to look out for only children or Jonathan Cohen says he's received four thousand orders for these corona virus tests from China that he says may identify infection in minutes so that would be a positive test indeed yes that's right practicing proper social distancing we met him in the parking lot of his office last week so we could see how it works how accurate are the results somewhere between eighty eight and ninety eight percent but medical experts and former FDA officials say Collins claims or questionable saying I have a test from China is not enough to put a test on the market here in the United States and so in today's world when he answers for life and death it is not appropriate to just buy it tested salad here to try to make a profit separately a CBS news investigation found other companies blowing through federal regulations trying to cash in on the public panic others discourage FDA guidance when you have a misleading marketing and claims it can lead to loss of life and significant problems Jonathan Cohen's website corona check ten dot com sells the test to medical professionals a twenty five pack for nearly five hundred dollars we don't see this in any way as a replacement for the lab testing but as a way to supplement or enhance that testing their press release says the launch the test kits following a green light from FDA but scroll down to the bottom of their website and there's a disclaimer this test has not been reviewed by the FDA maybe it should be fine maybe we should make a more prominent because also in the fine print it says negative results do not rule out covert nineteen infection that's right after our interview Colin reached out to CBS news he said they would not ship the test until it was validated in the U. S. and if it failed they would issue a refund for the thousands that were ordered Catherine here CBS news Washington and we want to remind everyone that the FDA has not authorized any home testing kits for coated nineteen so be aware of their W. CBS news time is one forty five wow how things can change from one week to the.

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"gilly" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"gilly" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"To treat a sick patient Gilly add says the overwhelming demand force them to put red does have your on hold for compassionate use another drug hydroxy floor queen has shown promise with corona virus but patients like those with the autoimmune condition lupus are now seen dangerous shortages some people are stocking up on hydroxy four claim right now even though they don't have any symptoms please I urge everyone please do not do that but help could soon be on the way tomorrow New York state will start clinical trials of two drugs those on the front lines who need help themselves say it can't happen fast enough hole would distract me made more available to those who are in need before it is too late I thank the doctors are having such a hard time getting these medications when they're six shows just how critical the situation is because they can't help anyone else until they get better themselves Nora Carter thank you chief medical correspondent Dr Jon LaPook joins us now and John good to see the surgeon general is warning that this week it is going to be bad what exactly should America prepare for well I think we should prepare for understanding that we have to flatten that curve right if there are more and more cases happening we have to buy in to the fact that when we do people do this social distancing when they do the hand washing properly they're actually making a difference we've heard stories of doctors over prescribing drugs like hydroxy chloroquine which could be a possible treatment for covert nineteen why is this so dangerous I feel so strongly about this nor I understand the instinct to have it just in case but when it's sitting there in your medicine cabinet unused guess what the people who actually need it may not be able to get it and that's actually happening where people who have lupus rheumatoid arthritis where it's been proven to work they're not able to get it and so we're now halfway through the federal guidelines to slow the spread the social distancing are we seeing any progress you know nor it's really hard to know because again there's not enough testing right now and we're still waiting for a very important test we haven't spoken a lot about what they're working on now is it antibody test to see if you had infection once we know what those are showing for big populations will say you know maybe it turns out that a lot more people were infected and immune than we realize and then we're gonna be able to get a sense of where this thing might be headed.

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President Donald Trump Gives Coronavirus Update

Scott Sloan

12:15 min | 1 year ago

President Donald Trump Gives Coronavirus Update

"Yeah we've written a letter just recently he's been there for a long time and was captured long ago Austin Tice's mother is probably watching and she's a great lady and we're doing the best we can so Syria please work with us and we would appreciate the leading them out if you think about what we've done we've gotten rid of the ISIS caliphate in Syria with dental after Syria we have to see if they're going to do this so it would be very much appreciated if they would let Austin Tice out the media at Lee as you know my administration is working every day to protect American people and the American economy from the virus yesterday I signed into law a critical support for American workers families and small businesses big thanks we're providing sick leave and family medical leave to those affected by the virus and more help is on the way as we speak our entire team headed by secretary Mnuchin is on the hill we're working with Democrats and Republicans and there's a lot of good will going on this was something that happened that is what is some people it's an act of god I don't view it as an act of god I would view it as is something that just surprised the whole world and if people would have known about it could to stop and stop in place it could have been stopped right word came from China if we would have known about it if they would have known about it but now the whole world almost is inflicted with this horrible with this horrible virus and that's too bad it's too bad because we never had an economy is good is the economy we had just a few weeks ago but we'll be back and I actually they will be back stronger than ever before because we learned a lot during this period of time I also just invoke the defense production act to help facilitate distribution of essential supplies if necessary we're working with Congress to provide major additional relief to the workers small businesses and the hardest hit industries we want to make sure that everybody is able to continue on so that when we recovered all of these companies and these great businesses both very very small and very very large is not going to be broken up and you have to put it back together that would take a long time because we really believe in I believe in the V. curve I believe it's going to go when this is when this is defeated this hidden scorch is defeated I think we're going to go up very rapidly our economy and get back to where it was and beyond today I want to share with you exciting progress that the FDA is making with the private sector as we slash red tape like nobody has ever done it before somebody was on yesterday one of the networks and said that there there's never been a president even close it's been able to do what I've done in slash and all of the red tape and everything to get very important things to the market medicals so we slash red tape to develop vaccines and therapies as fast as it can possibly be done long before anybody else was even thinking about doing this and as you know earlier this week we began the first leg of trial of a vaccine candidate for the virus and that was launched in record time it was just a few weeks and that would have taken years to do not so long ago as we race to develop a vaccine were also pursuing antiviral therapies and that's what really was going to be talking to you about today that's the purpose of being up here today and to me that's even more aboard the vaccine by its nature you have to have long test because you have to make sure what goes into somebody's body is not going to do destruction to bad things so you need long tests and they're doing great with the vaccines but there's still a long process but the therapies or something we can move on much faster potentially and the treatments that will be able to reduce the severity or duration of the symptoms make people better said she would look into it things to make people better or at the very early stages they wouldn't even know they had it and that's where I believe it's going to work even the best the FDA commissioner Stephen on is with us is fantastic and he is been working twenty four hours a day he's been this works like probably as hard or harder than anybody in this in the group other than maybe Mike pence or me and what the FDA is doing is incredible they've done things in times that were not even thinkable and I've directed the FDA to eliminate outdated rules and bureaucracy so this work can proceed rapidly quickly and that means fast and we have to remove every barrier there are a lot of barriers that were unnecessary and they've done that to get the rapid deployment of safe effective treatments and we think we have some good answers we'll find out very very soon clinical trials are already underway for many new therapies in were working on scaling these two allow many more Americans to access different drugs that have shown really good promise that term on it really good profits we will do so in a way that lets us continue to collect the data to know which medicines are safe and which medicines are working the best we have a couple that were we're in really good shape for and and that's for immediate delivery the media like as fast as we can get it the FDA has also approved compassionate use for a significant number of patients you know what that means we're also revealing drugs that are approved abroad or drugs approved here for other uses and you know one of the things that I'm most proud of that I got was right to try that's where somebody who's ill somebody who's very sick terminally ill usually in past administrations we signed this a year and a half ago you wouldn't be able to even think about getting any of the drugs that may be showing great promise now and they've been trying for many decades to get this approved it sounds simple but it's not because there's liability involved in lots of other things and I was able to get it approved working with Congress right to try this is beyond right to try what we're talking about today is B. Andre to try right to try has been by the way tremendous success people are living now that had no chance of living where we take a trip instead would do things that that would have to go through years of a process and if somebody was terminally ill and I would say why would they be able to try this did go to Asia they go to Europe they go all over the world to try and find something for some people and they had no money we go home today they go home to die they had no hope right to dry it's been an incredible success but this is beyond right to try if treatment is known to be safe in Europe Japan or other nations are effective against the virus will use that information to protect the health and safety of American people nothing will stand in our way as we pursue any Avenue to find what best works against this horrible virus now a drug called Laura Quinn and some people would add to it hydroxy hydroxy Clark with sure chloroform or hydroxy chloroquine that is a common malaria drug it's also a drug use for strong arthritis somebody has a pretty serious arthritis also uses this in a somewhat different form but it is known as a malaria drug and it's been around for a long time and is very powerful but the nice part is it's been around for a long time so we know that if it if if things don't go as planned it's not going to kill anybody when you go with a brand new drugs you don't know that that's going to happen you have to see and you have to go along test but this is been used in different forms very powerful drug in different forms added shown very encouraging very very encouraging early results and we're going to be able to make that drug available almost immediately and that's where the FDA has been so great they they've gone through the approval process it's been approved and they did it they took it down from many many months to immediate so we'll be able to make that drug available by prescription orders states I spoke with governor Cuomo about it a great length last night and that he he wants to be right on on the it was the first on line and so I think that's a tremendous there's tremendous promise based on the results and other tests of this tremendous promise and normally the FDA would take a long time to approve something like that and it's it was approved very very quickly and it's now approved by prescription individual states will handle it they can handle it doctors will handle it and I think it's going to be at I think it's going to be great there were quickly studying this drug in while we're continuing to study it but the setting is going to be also done in as it's given out to large groups of people perhaps in New York and other places will stay at their their a promising therapies produced by Gilly add and that's register via our realm decibel are and that's a drug used for other purposes that's been out and said very good results for other purposes but it seems to have a very good result having to do with this virus and that drug also has been the approved or very close to approved in that case by the FDA and I can't tell you how much we appreciate what the FDA these people are incredible patriots and the job that Stephen Honda's doing doctor Han was one of the most respected doctors in the country by the way where we took him I said you sure you want to do this yeah we didn't know that this was going to be in the playlist what happened here but he really has stepped up to the plate whether you are words you will have a check is him but I'm not supposed to do that get me bloody trouble of a hit but he's been fantastic and I think a doctor is going to speak right after

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Drugmaker readies possible coronavirus vaccine for testing

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Drugmaker readies possible coronavirus vaccine for testing

"Dr Anthony Fauci with the NIH says forty five people will participate in initial trials of the experimental vaccine starting in April we are on Thailand at least and maybe even a little better if there are no red flags a second trial would include a much larger pool of coronavirus patients but he cautioned you talking about a year to year and a half now you shouldn't be discouraged by that because it is certainly conceivable Dr Fauci says other drug makers are working on coronavirus vaccines as well as treatments including a clinical trial at the university of Nebraska of Ramdev severe by Gilly add I'm Julie Walker

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"gilly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"gilly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The man known as Gilly lock is been locking down top NFL receivers all season hasn't allowed a single TV Boston globe senior NFL writer bend bowline told me actually Gilmore defensive player of the year honors okay the topic position in the week at least on the defensive side of the ball is coverages been outstanding every team comes away saying the same thing that killed forces in a phenomenal shut down man to man core this year you've got the stats he leading the NFL in interceptions you've got to touch down this year I think he does have the respect of everyone else you get I would be surprised at this point if he's not the defensive player of the year Tom Brady said Gilmour's playing as well as anyone who's ever played cornerback TJ want Erin Donald Shaq Barrett Bobby Wagner intraday B. as whites are also in the mix for the award Adam Kaufman WBZ Boston snooze about your ride what a morning it's eleven thirteen traffic and weather together starting with this Super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three what's the update in Waltham well one twenty eight north bound still dealing with heavy police activity from this earlier pursuit that we have there still dealing with two lanes blocked through that stretch of one twenty eight north right across from the Cambridge reservoir just after Tawton pond road delays northbound solid back to the mass pike southbound curiosity delays are all back beyond rude to weigh in Lexington out downtown lever down ram still delays getting down the store drive and then sterile drive west balancing exiting delays here to Kenmore square and then slow getting by the right wing cruise by the B. U. bridge expressway south bound locked up mass sat down through crash in the center lane just after Columbia road be on that okay to Braintree northbound hung up to credit and through the pontiff again seven held the Columbia wrote down on route three north bound over three miles a stop and go traffic getting up.

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"gilly" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"gilly" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Eighty KRLD the station North Texas counts on for news traffic and weather your news now fifty degrees at eight thirty on Stephen Pickering on news radio ten eighty KRLD cruise ship passengers were among those on an island in New Zealand when a volcano erupted five people died many more missing CBS's Holly Qantas details on one American family who witnessed the eruption Michael shades as he and his family were standing on the edge of the volcano not twenty to thirty minutes before it erupted blanketing white island in heavy choking gray ash is video from his departing boat shows a band helicopter in the background groups of tourists waiting to be evacuated from a small peer in the foreground he works as an engineering manager at stripe here in San Francisco and had been in New Zealand on a family vacation time for K. all traffic and weather together and in nineteen eighty practice in arrears curriculum but we'll start with the good news route let you spent thirty and all right that's all big rig is gone and market improvement in traffic speed just in the last five minutes we'll have a lot of trouble getting through there now Arlington not quite the case south on three sixty nine thirty construction in the two right lanes has traffic barely moving from around carrier parkway and in Terrel stop some pretty heavy jam ups on the five fifty seven merge the eastbound twenty because of construction going on around three or four I'm bread Gilly on your traffic leader when the KRLD weather center temperatures dropping tonight into the mid thirties one hundred percent chance of rain over the next couple of hours rain likely Tuesday morning especially between six and nine AM or so.

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Health program offers free HIV prevention drug to uninsured

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Health program offers free HIV prevention drug to uninsured

"The government is launching a program to provide an HIV prevention drug for free access is being expanded to what's called prep pre exposure prophylaxis it's free to people who need the protection from HIV but don't have insurance to pay for it some HIV drugs can cost two thousand dollars a month the government says only about eighteen percent who might benefit got a prescription last year drug maker Gilly add sciences agreed to donate enough of its HIV prevention medicines for up to two hundred thousand people a year for ten years the trump administration aims to reduce HIV infections by seventy five percent in five years and by ninety percent in ten years ed Donoghue Washington

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"gilly" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"gilly" Discussed on WTVN

"Gilly it is apologizing on behalf of the school after students were forced to leave a production of The Nutcracker because two of the cast members were gay the version of the Christmas classic feature two fathers as the main character's parents school apologized for the decision and has since called it a mistake rescue crews in Cincinnati you're still trying to recover a worker who is believed to be trapped after a partial roof collapse at a building under construction downtown Monday afternoon it happened as crews were pouring concrete on the seventh floor of the structure they have been chipping away at the concrete sense for the workers were injured they have been treated and released local hospitals a local attorney shot while driving in Ross county Monday sixty two year old in the fall as was driving along state route one oh four south of Chillicothe when a young black male in a Ford or contact vehicle reportedly shot her Wallace was taken to it in a regional Medical Center in Chillicothe then later transported to grant hospital in Columbus the suspect is still not in custody a cleaver moment says the city's mayor and police chief interfered in the investigation of her son's killing that of all the mers grandson entry apart has filed a wrongful death lawsuit in the death of her son Antonio who was shot and killed August twenty fifth suspects fled in a vehicle registered to mayor Frank Jackson grandson Frank Q. Jackson it was a prime suspect in the killing in northwest Ohio a strike is averted as Fostoria school district teachers have a new contract after the school board ratified a two year deal Monday union members had worked without a contract for several months that you'll bring salary increases and improve benefits Ohio state in Cincinnati football will play four conference championships on December seventh and tonight they will learn where they stand in the new college football playoff rankings that are set to be unveiled after seven o'clock the Buckeyes are currently ranked number two the bear cats are nineteen I'm Sean Gallagher I hardly your music festival coming back to the.

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"gilly" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"gilly" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Homes are Brett Gilly let's go and kick it off and farmers branch it's a site I'll tell you it was about six thirty five a thirty five year vehicle fire fire department has the two right lanes blocked and they pretty much got that taken care of the fire anyway well it's because in a very solid backup from around Mars was spent six thirty five ed Abrams seven accident blocking the express into left main lanes of traffic is bumper to bumper from around oil Miller or a little before eastbound side cleared but you have a lot of onlookers met erection and that site is slow from the Dallas or full weight good news on he's about six thirty five it's on a bill Ferguson they cleared that crash out of the express lane and traffic's well still trying to relax from around royal Miller near downtown west bound thirty two separate accidents close to each other after first one involves an eighteen Wheeler in the left lane and the other one is just not too far after that also in the left lane so traffic extremely heavy from the Ferguson curve then he spent thirty at solving an accident has cleared the met back up is thinning out now from Westmoreland I'm looking at Plano when it's going to be good news on this front as well seventy five north accident to nearing spring creek parkway is gone but it was there for a good twenty minutes so things are still backed up into Richardson starting around Arapahoe road unfortunately could stay that way for a little while it is rush hour after all las Colinas you spell one fourteen just after rush shall we have a stall in the right lane that's enough to cause a pretty big back up from about hidden ridge already full of three sixty let's look at that Arlington sell about three sixty Park Road there's construction in the left lane it's slowing down from park row and fort worth eastbound eight twenty thirty five W. with an accident is in the apex with tow truck on the scene that's some good news back UP stretches from blue mound and south bound thirty five W. from north side drive past very street expect delays along that stretch right rats got an update real quick yes on the westbound side of six thirty five there is a a new accident right there at royal Miller blocking everything but the far left lane and the express lane can get through but that has traffic whirling almost to a stop back about Plano road now we did not need that consolation can power your home and more call today for a fixed rate electricity plan that includes a C. protection with diagnostics that can help find a C..

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"gilly" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"gilly" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"And coming up. Would save live music venues could be passed. We'll tell you about it right up to this. Traffic and weather together. On the ace NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. It is five forty eight and we had a stall that was in a lane of traffic may or may not be there. We're going to check out the delays with Gilly. Before. Southbound there we go. Southbound six thirty five before highway eighty at an accident reported in the right center lane. Looks like traffic starting to come back up now. So they should be getting that cleared. Unfortunately, it really helped to add slowdowns on east and southbound six thirty, it's just heavy all the way back to thirty five. Farmers branch. It's, it's a mess. Westbound twenty carrier Parkway in grand Perry, an accident blocking the left Wayne. So you're still dealing with the heavy backup from about cedar ridge downtown Dallas northbound seventy five three forty five at Ross two. Right lanes still blocked while the fire department cleans up an accident, Jim has not gotten worse. It remains back to good Latimer. Eastbound thirty still very, very slow back to about Hampton and got a stall in the center lane on the Dallas tollway northbound before Lemmon avenue, traffic is barely moving from thirty five e and that's about to start impacting westbound what I'll Rogers. I'm sure you're happy to hear that. That's where you are Dallas, north tollway. We've got that on the southbound side very busy throughout us. And in fact, I would say back. Up from Keller springs down to forest lane. Definitely. No trouble spots that we have heard about. So that's good. Grapevine one Twenty-one south that problem is clearing out. It's on the right shoulder at bass pro but it was in a lane of traffic for quite some time. So you've still got delays into Coppell from about didn't tap now for you folks heading north on Denton tap. There is a wreck at Parkway boulevard causing a massive northbound backup right now. And Randy fuller, let's talk about east Fort Worth. Yep. Eastbound thirty cooks disabled vehicle in the right shoulder in Bedford southbound one Twenty-one cheeks parter, the requisition the right shoulder. Traffic's backed up to three sixty onto one fourteen northbound thirty five W Vickery on the south side of downtown several cars involved in a wreck in the left lane traffic backed up to bury street and southbound thirty five W at rising or expected to sable vehicle. It's over on the right shoulder, and it's a heavy delays back to. Seminary seventy five south accident right lane at plano Parkway in plano. That causes a backup from about spring creek. And then we've got on eastbound thirty Cody gave us a shout on traffic tip line says watch for Iraq at the rose hill exit this. When starting to see some backup as you approach the beltline road, exit, Julia Rogers next report at five fifty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen. Mccarroll the weather center, foreign lifestyles, unlimited dot com. Tonight, mild and muggy alot Costa, seventy.

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Emilia Clarke: Game of Thrones' Daenerys Targaryen Is "So Much a Part of Who I Am"

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

01:50 min | 2 years ago

Emilia Clarke: Game of Thrones' Daenerys Targaryen Is "So Much a Part of Who I Am"

"Game of thrones is coming the premier for the final season is just ten days away. And I'm flanked by two game of thrones freaks last night. The stars took to the red carpet for a special screening of the first episode ABC's will reap was there for the inside scoop. It was an epic red carpet fitting for the finale of game of thrones lazy? Characters from the past. Presence. Answering the tough questions. Jacob Anderson who plays the warrior grey, worm on who he would have liked to see his character take down. I wish I could spare on Jeffrey that would have been because he he was a. I feel like he needed a spe he needed this. Good sparing Emilia Clarke on leaving her mother of dragons character behind forever. I mean, she doesn't crack as many, David. And dragons, but she does in the women. John Bradley who plays the affable Sam on where he thinks his character and Gilly should settle down. He seems to be the place. They deserve a holiday. Hand on the show where you never know who's going to live or die actors revealing whose demise is touched them the most difficult. Sean amazing because it was just shocking. Main characters coder. I mean, this is probably my favorite scene in the entire. Series. So far away was put together you cutting. Death. This is a very emotional heartache devastating

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Philadelphia Zoo's 'green' rats teach visitors how to help the environment

KYW 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Philadelphia Zoo's 'green' rats teach visitors how to help the environment

"Have you ever been not so sure which recycle receptacle to throw your trash into? Ws? John mcdevitt tells us the Philadelphia zoo has some green rats that might be able to help you every day eleven AM, poppy and Gilly domestic rats, demonstrate their skills to visitors at kids zoo, the Philadelphia zoo's children's education center among other things the girls have been trained to turn off lights and a recycle. They actually consort trash and put it into the bin that can be recycled or into the container for the landfill. Kristen Lewis Waldron is the director of strategic initiatives at the zoo, they've learned through reputation reward, which goes where that a plastic bottle goes in recycling. And that's a message that we want our guest to know as important it's important to protect the animals and the environment and so- brats can recycle we can to fill us engages visitors and various ways all year round on the importance of conservation. And what we can do to help save the lives of threatened animals in the

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"gilly" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"gilly" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Gilly on your traffic leader. From the KRLD weather center. Clouds, overnight, low temperature, mid forties. Clouds again, tomorrow, high sixty one mostly cloudy Wednesday night, low fifty two and then partly sunny on Thursday with a high of sixty some clouds returning though, Thursday night, low back in the mid forties. And then Friday, we do have a twenty percent. Chance of showers sixty three for the high cooling off Friday night showers and possibly a thunderstorm. Low temperature forty degrees. Saturday's high only forty four right now. Forty eight degrees in Dallas. I'm Steven Pickering, NewsRadio till eighty KRLD. Now the Dave Ramsey show. Presented by the good contractors list. from the headquarters of Ramsey solutions. It's the Dave Ramsey show. Where debt is dumb. King and more. Has taken the place of the BMW as the status symbol of choice. I'm Dave Ramsey your host. Thank you for joining us, America. We're glad you are here. Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five. That's triple eight eight to five five two.

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"gilly" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

09:33 min | 2 years ago

"gilly" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Seven Knoxville Catholic and Fulton. Catholic pulls out twenty eight to twenty five Oak Ridge and Saudi daisy Oak Ridge wins that one forty two twenty three. Ridgeway and Henry county. Henry county wins at home thirty one to eight south win Kirby Kirby wins that one thirty six thirty four. Foray Sullivan, south Greenville, Greenville, winds, forty nine to seven elizabethtown and Anderson county Anderson county wins forty seven twenty one. Jackson southside in Springfield, Springfield wins. That one thirteen to six Montgomery central and Jackson northside northside squeaks that went out twenty twenty six. Crockett county in Dyersburg Dyersburg wins twenty eight twelve Ripley went to Haywood and Haywood one big forty nine to seven. Gatlinburg Pittman goes to Austin east and gets beat fifty four to six Unicor county and Al Coa Alcoa wins. Big fifty six zip. Stratford and Pearl comb strapped for wins thirty to twenty seven. East Nashville in Fairview. Fairview wins thirty three twenty two. Mcnary central gave Covington a good game Covington pulls out thirty five to thirty south. Gibson goes to Mylan Mylan pulls that went out twenty nine seven. Let's go back to the Gilly crane hotline. Gilly crane any size crane for any size job. No job is too. Big. No job is too small Geli. Offers crane rental construction, rigging special crane, rigging machinery and equipment. Moving in a whole lot. More Gilly crane dot com or nine three one nine five four lift for Gilly crane coach John olive joins us on the Gilly crane hotline coach olive talked to you last week you sounded exhausted. You sounded worried about the health of your team, and and maybe the penalty situation from the game before but your kids put together a great game tonight against Marshall canyon a big win. Thank you. I was very proud of our young, man. I fought with everything they had to fight with. And we didn't play a perfect game. We played hard considering that we've invested brass and corn and birds. What they were able to accomplish tonight. It's just a tribute to the young man that played on that field. You have the game tied fourteen to fourteen and you get a safety laid as your defense put pressure on the quarterback and and forced to grounding penalty talk a little bit about that. We on. Ball down the round the peon yard line. And they're throwing a pass and cop. Outstanding senior defense a van is putting pressure on the quarterback and the receiver that he's trying to throw to actually oh coming toward higher sideline. And. Has Guidi Brennan toward the other side line. I think the young man just panic through the football and in the end zone when he threw it. He didn't throw it close to anybody. I do it his side line. And you know, one of those things that if you're playing. Maybe the next level. You know to throw it past the line of scrimmage, or whatever. But Pasco football. You gotta have a receiver close by. The decision for grounding. But tack hawks was the one that's putting the heat on. There may have been another one. Chase me. But tie was one. I saw closing down only when he threw it away big safety. There were three minutes three and a half minutes. Go in the game. When that happened that was just huge. Your team even in spite of the in addition to the safety your defense played really really well tonight. Didn't they they did our defenses carry this all year long? Yeah. We really felt like going into this season. We had a chance to become good about midway through the season. I decided to put saying we got a chance to be good. And decided that our defense is pretty good. We can close on the football really rapid. We've got senior linebacker that that know how to figure out where the ball's going, and and when they start going toward it, they they get their rapidly. And that's all you can I ask you. We've got those two senior defensive end Rawson cop better just play. They have played outstanding this year. So that's what carries us secondary. Keep tries to keep everything in front. Yeah. We're able thanks secondary wise with for the last four or five years. So it's great to see young man able to control you you talked about last week that your quarterback was going to have extra. It was going to have an extra burden on him. Ben fulton. I know he got I think he got one touchdown pass. Did he how did he factor in in our duty factor in both scores for you? Factored in both scores. The first I score we through lateral factor. Talks. And kind of a trick play. Ben threw it back. So he doesn't get credit for fan of past. Even though stone like pass, it was a lateral anti Cox being an offensive tackle. I can't catch a forward pass. So he catches lateral though. And runs it into the end zone as the rest of his line on our escort into the. So that was a big momentum. Play for us at tied the game up whenever Justice Chadwick put it through seven seven. And then we got the ball right back with a short field and all the very first play. Then it. Hundred Palmer on the post route for about a forty yard touchdown. And so we're up fourteen seven and stayed that way until they got us on one of those plays. How how remember I guess it was. They do throwback to their running back down the sideline and our got. It was trying to failed out and ended up getting a touchdown. So don't play fourteen fourteen headed for overtime. I think we could get a couple of first downs had to punt the ball back to and had him pinned down deep whenever we got the site. Coach you you gotta take tangle with Maplewood again now. Rematch means you you you got to where you needed to get to. The I know that game planning against Maplewood begins in probably ends with stopping their quarterback, doesn't it? Definitely y'all Bobo Hodges is one of the best players in our state. Plays a finalist for Mr. football. And you know, they're senior Laden team. Like, we are and have cerebral really, really, really good athlete. So defensively. He was the difference makers. The first time we played on making easiest made enough plays. They were able to beat his fourteenth six offensively. The big challenge for us. It's bail with block four we could not be thirteen yards of rushing against them and the week eleven ballgames and without. Yeah. Without us been able to block better than that will be in trouble. So we gotta we got to try to do some scheme. And if we can't come up with a way to. The all keep it away from Bobo. Will you have the services of corn and Berks next week? Or is that too early to decide on that? It's too early. They along shot probably for Toby. I wish we could solve passage problems brasses. It's just a weird situations all say, it's not anything. How many? It's just one of those things that unless we can find the magic formula. I don't know whether it would obey will get him where he can open up and run. He he didn't I may ramp four hundred sixty yards last week. You still couldn't run is just toughing it out last week. So we've tried several different things. I'm sure our medical people fish fractured. Her head looking looking through whatever they look through nowadays to try I go I go when I need to try to pick something. I don't know what doctors do. But it's a little bit different something to see if they can't figuring out what they can do to relieve his problem. I don't think we probably to know what they look at the, you know, and it's a little bit different fixing the washing machine. Coach I know that you guys have got some against some scheming to do to get ready for Maplewood. I appreciate you spending time with us tonight. Okay. Well, thank you for giving us the coverage. We appreciate it. Very very much talk to you next week. Alrighty. Thank you. John all the head coach for till Homa on the front and a thunder post game show. Ever since.

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"gilly" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"gilly" Discussed on Thunder Radio

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"gilly" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art

White Coat, Black Art

06:48 min | 3 years ago

"gilly" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art

"Playlists. Try to figure out what it is about particular songs and so attractive. It seems to be more complicated base rooms that Dan. She enjoys Beyond. No, no. Chile cliques the ballpoint pen rapidly and starts Rockinger head. She likes the sauna throughout history three zero animals or sometimes animals. Peace and you always want pathogen, which again happy just had dinner. Sort of enough to keep an eye on her at the same time. She's wearing shoes. Stood agitated. Winning primary issues largely reached four district predator. Which the first time it happens is really quickly. Or have John hour. One Gillian standard ride in the books in and I get out of the car. Gylys states quote, Pisa old. Joe, you always want. It's 530 peace. CNN and Rachelle take chilly out for a drive like that four or five times in evening until she's ready to go to bed around ten thirty. Show. French. Gylys getting frustrated. So is he he in Rachelle call this time in the evening The watching hour. We all worth what it helps to have two parents Rachelle takes over. Not a word. From this jerk, not Schulman's lunch. So the witching hour will last If you're lucky, It's like half an hour. If you're unlucky, It's like close to three that this will go on. And not sure that last night was because she was up at when when was the last car ride 1030. And when she's in one of her, some more agitated moved, She can be up until midnight one at any sort of like you'll you'll get her upstairs and you'll thinks that she's settled than then twenty minutes later, she comes down fully dressed in it, sort of like, get up were going out again. He mean that and I'm not gonna say that that's a typical day. That's probably for twice a week though. Schilling walks back to the bathroom. Michelle has an idea Rush. I've only been here for the day, but I'm exhausted just watching Rachelle an Ian with Chile. I'm in all their patients and their stamina. And I am struck by how irreplaceable they are in Gylys life. I think our fear on there, There isn't sort of a clear plan. It's in a were managing Ramin Gene were managing until you don't manage Well in a in a heaven forbid I get you know t- Bo didn't intersection or something in, and then he insisting apparent mean than had us out Burke or Heaven forbid were all in the car together. And you dwell on it. You can't You really can't because if you started a dwell in every bad thing that's going to happen, Then you just stay in bed with the covers over your head. You really would. When in and Rachelle look to the future, they see a time when they'll be unable to care for jelly option one keeper at home with the help of one or even two personal assistance option to get Gillian to a residential facility. Just on hold your breath, The hoops needed to be jump through sound like an episode of Yes Minister. First, the had to wait for to turn eighteen to even start the paperwork, even then all they got back from the government with a letter dated January two thousand seventeen saying they be contacted for their first meeting with the ministry. And I'm quoting here sometime within the next two years. Gylys competing for residential care with around twelve thousand young adults with disabilities in Ontario alone with beds almost non-existent. Rachelle an in say, they're competing with aging parents many in their '80s '90s some widowed, and some with serious health problems and disabilities of their own. They've been told the actual weight. Is twenty five to thirty years? What do you think of it joining of a system that that that in two years, CNN two years to put you on two to put you on a weightless two two essentially never. It's it's very strange that you have a system where one ministry takes you to a certain age than you're handed off to another ministry, And you're like their problem. Not my problem anymore. You're their problem. You know, there threat EPA, We talk about Magic wind and in some respect, If if we knew that there was kind of an ad can switch for us. You know that if we can manage another ten years of good health, an end giving Gillian excellent quality of life. But then we need to start investigating residential. That there would be something there. It would be a huge weight off immediately sort of a to is remember when this stuff's available to battle. So I mean, if you think about it saying insane, eighteen years from now magically residential spot opens for Julie and we know that that's what she did. You see, she's going to need long-term. You realize that at that point we have to sort of say, SIA Julian, Otherwise you'll lose your place in a way you go. And it's like we might not be in a sense ready to let Julie and go. Or or quite frankly, who might still be able to quite capable of taking care of her for another five ten fifteen years. But if you don't take it, Babe, it's gone. And you're back on the bottom of the list. And then when you actually do need it. White, Leslie, We drove Gylys twin sister to Ottawa, and it was a blubbering idiot The car the whole time. And you had to tell me to, you know, pull myself together and we had how many years to get ready for that moment. And that was a big moment is a parent of letting go. So I can't imagine getting one of those. You know, you've got a couple of days to make a decision. What's the point at which you can't You think you won't be able to look after her even though you're still alert and above above ground of mobility? Imperfect that's that's really a mobility. Once once they're sort of a physical limitation on our part, I think if either one of us were disabled In addition to Jili I don't. That would take said than East.

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"gilly" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art

White Coat, Black Art

06:31 min | 3 years ago

"gilly" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art

"Worked eventually the Pediatrician referred jelly to a specialist who diagnosed autism. So there is a certain satisfaction to having a piece of paper and saying, This is that, you know, we were right. It's not nothing. It's not going to go away, but then it's a tough victory to win. There wasn't really a clear-cut path out. It wasn't a classic medical problem where you can say, Okay, we're going to do this treatment. We're going to take this medication. We're going to perform the surgery and things will be better. Um, there wasn't anybody who would say to us. This is all someday This will be in your review mirror from the moment she got diagnosed with autism as a toddler Jili received thirty to forty hours a week of therapy paid for by the Ontario government. When she was around seven she entered the public school system today. The nearly nineteen year old goes to a Toronto high school for kids with special needs. Seve had access to Gylys had access to two special special schooling for all the way through. Pretty much, Yeah. I mean from, uh, certainly her second birthday. And that's Is that that still the case up till today until she turns 21. Correct. So basically now Shita Rick Wall and undertook a brick wall or a cliff, I guess depending on what metaphor works, uh, works better there, cliff, I think is probably a cliff. Collapse. I think she's into an adult services and, um, they're really there. There aren't a lot of thumb sort of full day programs for persons requiring the same levels of supervision, the Chilean deaths. The cliff for brick wall is Rachelle an input. It is a little over two years from now when Jili turns 21 shall age out of a support she's received until now. It's another in a line of graduations recurring bittersweet occasions that Rachelle calls cake and balloons said You remember the little party when she was six and you have it a little party at footprints. And you remember the little party at loss had house and and and this is it like the you know, the staff and the staff at it. Many of these places are wonderful, but you know, their point is like Herrera, you're graduating and Maitland driven that game we used to play when we were kids with the marbles and the sticks At it's like every one of these graduations as another stick sliding out And they the cage of marbles. This just suspended there. You're listening to Wakil black Arden CBC Radio one in SiriusXM this week the story of Julie, the teen with autism and developmental delay on the cusp of aging out of the system and the parents who were expected to pick up the slack in and rebel Getty's already know what's in store for them in a little over two years When Julie ages out of the school system at age twenty one they live at each day in the school bus brings our home around three Dirty. I have a good one. Tired, y'all. Here I. Member Brian. Hi, I'm Brian. How you doing. Julie takes a fleeting glance at me before charging into the house. She had straight for the kitchen. Yeah, I know you want pizza, but we don't have pizza dressing seven Stu. Going to come over, sit down. Twenty get plate. Hey, play. JAL. From going to play. Oh, not bring it to you over there. He come and get a plate. Are not that's okay. Dogaru Joe. You ready? Jelly, wanders into the Dan after a few minutes, she comes back for dinner. Jill was your mouth miniature? Not not cocaine and have this for lunch tomorrow. K off. No, You don't need sauce. They do not need sauce. This ceaselessly. And it's something that's not too old. SOLVIT two Libyan. No nation hearings, Chris over there is a staunch. So this generally a good sign. It fiancee Did spectrum from. Yes, he lets error shortage. So nudge his good Durban. She's back to Earth per dealing with something. That's okay. Oh. Now we don't give pizza. Once There is a care. Thanks Joe SEPA. Coming up, receive out later. Joe Girardi oversee about later shows a man to car right? Did should amend seatbelt. And he mean she so demanding of if if she will, Even if you say, No, She will go out and she will sit in the car in the dark garage. Belted. And you can explain the escalation maybe because you Delmarva that when she decides that it's time for car ride for she will remove you from sofa. Yes. Yes, If I was if she wanted to car ride right now, I'm sitting here with my legs crossed should come up and she to stand up. And if that didn't did, if that didn't illicit the appropriate response, she would uncrossed my legs and grabbed my handed. Pull me up like we're going for car ride right now. My friend and she can do it now has. So Yet. That's that's probably one of the more difficult things knowing that your daughter's actually stronger than you know, radar. Julie goes to the garage, gets into the backseat, the family car. Brooke waits until he and follow follows already bigger than Israel. Emotions me to come to. We're ready to go And now it's time for AGS are which is Julian standard ride A Gillian standard rider G S are as they call it is a drive that runs twelve to fifteen kilometres and last around twenty minutes long enough to satisfy jelly. He in Rachelle have mapped out several routes and created some favorite playlists.

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"gilly" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art

White Coat, Black Art

06:54 min | 3 years ago

"gilly" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art

"This is a CBC podcast. The word on the street is CBC. Books is the destination for Canadian book-lovers. Read reviews, enter contests, and watch videos. Listen to CBC, Radio one. So riders and company at the next chapter, all in one place CBC, books where readers Clegg Go to CBC, books, dot C. Mm. I'm Dr Brian Goldman. This is why cope black art on CBC, Radio one and SiriusXM My name's Rachelle and on Julian's matter. In my name's E N and I'm Julian's father. This is the story of a couple of middle aged. Parents were working flat out to care for a special needs child on the cusp of adulthood and aging out of most of the support that the family depends on. All right. So you're getting this stuff ready? This will be ignoring me, don't tell me which about to just do it. This is breakfast and giving a reason at seven twenty a. m. on a school day in and Michelle Getty's earn in a controlled hurry. The cut of every vegetable, every morsel of cheese piece of carefully discarded bread, crust this precise mission. In an Rachelle live in Toronto or both accountants and amid 50s. But this is their other drop. I'm watching the prepare lunch for their daughter Gillian It was due to get on the bus in about half an hour. So it's it's seven like close seven thirty in the morning, some twenty sympathy era. Yeah, Your cut Miklos. No, The idea actually believe it or not is with Julian. I'm not going say it quite a crap shoot in the morning, but it might as well be whether it's 50-50 whether she's going to get on the bus or not. The more time you give her to sort of wake up, if you will, and become alert The more likely she's going to refute. So what I like to do is I know is sort of like. I can get her up, fed teeth brushed hair brushed in like 15 minutes, So I like to wait until. Sixteen pence to go up. Wow This is your very natural. It's amazing. And and dumb boy in your so chill about all the sun just down amazed anyway. Um, actually had not happened yesterday. No rate held up the point. I mean, I think if if we walked in from another situation, I mean this is that people like yourself come in off the street here and think, Wow, this is this is certainly not normal. But this is how our kids grew up with a special needs doubling. And this is what we've been doing now for retain plus years. You. We're getting good at it. You've had a let me pedal in practice. Joe that Bryant Tuesday high and Julie lumbers past the kitchen and plops down in a lazy boy that faces a big flat screen by foot nine two hundred and sixty five pounds with blue eyes and medium-length brown hair. He and brushed. Okay, Joe retired for some fun choice. Yeah. Julie has autism, but not the kind you're used to nothing like Freddie Highmore who plays the good doctor on TV. Bre English, referee, or strudel. Emphasising English mutton him. Okay. Joining eight PETA you want. Everybody seems to know in the vernacular the word spectrum. The. Whereas Chile on the spectrum, We're in the deep end of the swimming pool. I mean, Chile is what would have previously be considered a low functioning. She will really never have any opportunity to live independently. Um, or work or many of the things that we would take for granted. Because it is a spectrum sometimes when you say. We have a daughter who's autistic. Everybody seems to think of Bill Gates or someone who you know. Programs code and just has a slight deficit in social skills or, you know, looks at his shoes when he talks to girls. That's not what we're dealing with here with Chile it's very pervasive and its coupled with thumb severe developmental delays as well. So it's very impactful on, um, our lives now and and of course Her life and her life Biondo when her parents non high high high drill. Israel on a day-to-day basis, It's like permanently having a three year old. In I guess, sits It's as time goes by you have a three year old who has fifteen years of experience, sixteen years of experience. So in a sense, They aren't completely dependent on you. They have some independent suffering. She can get dressed and usually put her clothes on the right way. But Oh, at an ocean, never know. However, meanwhile has push you might learn how to use a knife, but. But but things like that. I mean, she's never going to be completely independent. So that always having Nick sort of a three-year-old. And I think probably the most difficult part at this out always having three year old who who you can't. You can't talk to you who can't explain to what's going on in their head, which is really probably the most difficult aspect of it. There is also the things that she can do, And then there's something she can't do. So what can she do an. Bathroom independent bathroom toward letting skills which is which is a big win because there's a lot of people in our situations who who don't enjoy that relative freedom. But as far as MEDA independent, I mean when the bus shows up from school, there has to be. There does have to be someone here to walk her from the bus to the house. So there is really absolutely no moment. When Julius not supervised. Loss. Okay. There's some good stop here. Judge breakfast over key enhance Gillian newspaper fire to look at while he finishes preparing for lunch. Trump resort drop. The early like this one, because there's not good stuff in it because it's just shampoo. Yeah, I know he wants. He thought that it's. But we're gonna wait for the bus or guy to see if not later drought. See Butler. Yes. Hi incenses that I making chilling nervous. He asked me to step out of the room. Refused signals. Second, his wardrobe. Seatbelt is actually be, ah. Distress call.

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