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"hepatitis b vaccine" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Concern over exposure. Seattle attorney and food safety advocate Bill marler will appear in front of the policymakers that the CDC next month on this very issue, hoping the agency would consider recommending the hepatitis a vaccine for food service workers, a battle continues between burian and King County concerning a homeless encampment. Coma force Ryan Sims reports nearby residents have had enough. The city of Iberian currently owns this land and insists it has the power to evict the people here, King County, those strongly disagrees to the point where it says none of its resources, including from the sheriff's office, will be used currently to help clean this place up. In this letter to the city of Iberian, King County's executive insists variant's land rights are a moot point, as long as the city doesn't first find these people housing. It's a looming battle happening right across from Matthew ray's taekwondo shop. That's all we all want is just for these guys to be able to get some kind of help and be able to move forward. Yet moving forward may take a while. According to the county executive's office, any county funded housing here in burian won't be completed until next year, meaning Matthew may have to grapple with this camp for a while longer. A lot of the parents are having to drive around the block, park further away, and then use other ways to get you. We're coming to you from burying. Ryan
"hepatitis b vaccine" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Increased concern over exposure. Seattle attorney and food safety advocate Bill marler will appear in front of the policymakers that the CDC next month on this very issue, hoping the agency would consider recommending the hepatitis a vaccine for food service workers, a battle continues between burian and King County concerning a homeless encampment como forest Ryan Sims reports nearby residents have had enough. The city of berry and currently owns this land and insists it has the power to evict the people here, King County, though strongly disagrees to the point where it says none of its resources, including from the sheriff's office, will be used currently to help clean this place up. In this letter to the city of Iberian, King County's executive insists variant's land rights are a moot point, as long as the city doesn't first find these people housing. It's a looming battle happening right across from Matthew race, taekwondo shop. That's all we all want is just for these guys to be able to get some kind of help and be able to move forward. Yet moving forward may take a while. According to the county executive's office, any county funded housing here in burian won't be completed until next year, meaning Matthew may have to grapple with this camp for a while longer. A lot of the parents are having to drive around the block, park further away, and then use other ways to get you. We're coming to you from burying. Ryan simps, come
"hepatitis b vaccine" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"On Tuesday, and will continue until the planned return to in person learning on June 5th. This homeless county health department says an employee infected with hepatitis a was working at a pair of taco bells this week. The restaurants are on Broadway on average and 91st avenue in northeastern Lake Stevens, the employee was in Everett on Monday and Tuesday, Lake Stevens Tuesday, the health department recommends you check your hepatitis a vaccine status if you ate at either of those restaurants on those days, symptoms of hep a include fever, fatigue, intestinal distress, and dark urine. The Washington state patrol is welcoming a new members into its ranks. 43 troopers graduated at the state capitol this week, the incoming class is the second most diverse class in the agency's history 57% being white 28% Hispanic, nearly 9% Asian and almost 5% black. The agency, however, is still short 139 troopers over all vacancies range between 202 150. That's northwest news radio's manda factor, Beverly police say they have seen a major increase in hangup calls, which can delay officers and getting to emergencies. Crime analysts crunch the numbers and discovered about 52% increase in 9 11 hang up calls and Everett when compared to this time last year, police say that it could be possibly because of accidentally placed calls officers say the problem is happening nationwide. You might not know the name of Don Bateman, but the Bellevue engineer who died last weekend saved more lives than anyone will ever know. Bateman invented GPW S ground proximity proximity warning system. System alerts pilots when they are too close to the ground or a mountain, it's now mandatory gear on every commercial plane in the U.S., Bateman was Boeing engineer who worked on the 7 O 7 before ending up at Honeywell. Seattle times reports he died of Parkinson's complications at the age of 91. T mobile's CEO believes there's a direct correlation between the absence of downtown tech workers and the rise in crime and Seattle. Speaking of the technology alliance annual state of technology luncheon, geek wire reports Mike sievert said both government than private sector workers need to be back in the office to revitalize the area. Seaver was a strong proponent of in person mentoring, T mobile, one of the first tech giants to order employees back to the office after COVID vaccines were made publicly available. Northwest news time now two ten. Check in sports and the streaking Mariners take on some dangerous pirates Bill Swartz as our bacon plumbing sports updates, Seattle wrote a terrific pitching start from Logan Gilbert to edge Oakland three two and complete a four game series sweet T mobile park. Logan gave up a two run Homer in the first inning, but used to change up to baffle the a's hitters through 8 innings. I mean, I've always been a fastball pitcher and aggressive and power picture, but, you know, and behind counts, I feel like hitters try to get to that a lot, and that's been kind of the story of my career, one of the faults. So it helps out a ton, especially in those counts that might be so predictable. The Mariners home stand continues at 7 ten tonight against the Pittsburgh pirates who started the season hot, but have cooled a bit. Tacoma dropped a slugfest to Las Vegas and the rainers host the aviators again tonight at Cheney stadium. A busy Friday evening in the emerald city. The storm have another WNBA game and climate pledge arena against the Dallas wings. At 7, the Washington husky softball team hosts Louisiana, game one of their NCAA super regional. Winner goes to the World Series. After three years, Arizona Cardinals cut receiver Deandre Hopkins, saving more than $18 million in cap space. Sports with Swartz at ten and 40 after the hour, northwest news radio. Northwest newstime two 11 big story yesterday, the leader of the oath keeper sentenced for his role in the attack on the U.S. capitol. We have a closer look today from ABC's Pierre Thomas. Stewart Rhodes, the leader of the oath keepers militia is headed to prison for nearly two decades. Federal judge called Stuart rose and ongoing threat apparel to the country, handing down the 18 year prison term for seditious conspiracy, the longest of any January 6th defendant. The judge imposed a lengthier sentence embracing terrorism enhancement charges for rose. Essentially concluding he was, in fact, an insurrectionist, foment revolution. That is what you did. It could have been a far uglier day. And people should not forget that. But Rhodes was defiant, calling himself a political prisoner, telling the judge, like president Trump my only crime was opposing those who are destroying our country. He never went into the capitol. He never assaulted anyone. He never destroyed any property. It was his words that led him to where he is and not his actions. Prosecutors said the evidence against rose was overwhelming, pointing to the video from November 2020, where rose predicted violence. We have been already stationed outside D.C. as a nuclear option
"hepatitis b vaccine" Discussed on WTOP
"To the nation's fentanyl crisis and believe they found an answer. Similar to the hepatitis B vaccine, the vaccine stimulates the body to make antibodies against fentanyl. Carlos, you want to take a picture of this. Scientists say those antibodies can block the euphoric high a person feels from taking the drug. The antibodies bind to sentinel prevent it from getting into the brain, and then it is exited from the body. The individual didn't get back on the wagon to sobriety. Work started nearly 6 years ago using proteins from two other inoculations already on the market. Casey steagall reporting. Gel manicures are quite popular these days, but a new study may indicate the process of getting them could harm your skin. The radiation from nail dryers may not only damage your skin but also increase your risk of getting skin cancer. That's according to a study published in the journal nature communications. Now doctor Adam Friedman professor and director of dermatology at the GW school of medicine says since the study only looked at the impact on cells more research is needed here. The bigger issue is we don't know what the cumulative risk is of individuals going and be exposed to these dryers over and over again. He says the safest bet would be to not use the devices, but if you do. Putting sunscreen on the areas around the nail before using said device in the nail salon can help protect the skin around the nails. Mike Morello, WTO P news. Grocery shoppers, frustrated by the record high price of eggs, are starting to go right to the source by bringing home chickens. However, that can cost you more in the long run. Rachel Moore reported with The Wall Street Journal, says it may seem like a good idea, but it takes at least 6 months for chicks to produce, and there's a shelf life once they do. Traditionally, when hens reached a certain age and their egg production slowed down, usually around 6 years old. That's when the chicken would become dinner. More people are keeping them as pets now, meaning so long to the egg savings. If your goal is just to save money on egg prices, probably not the best call from it'll take a while and require quite a few chickens before you're really even breaking even. Ralph Fox WTO P news. 9 55 money news at 25 and 55. Retirement funding option, the Roth IRA, I'm Mark Hamrick with a bank rate dot com personal finance manager. Many Americans wish they'd done a better job saving for retirement for a good part of the population, it's not too late to do better. The Roth individual retirement account is a somewhat less
The Charlie Kirk Show
"hepatitis b vaccine" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Hello, everybody. Today on the Charlie Kirk show, we talk about the CDC, which seems to be there about to approve the mRNA jab for children. This is a very educational episode. I know a lot of you have different opinions on the vaccine. I certainly have mine. All opinions are welcome here. If you disagree with me, then email me freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. We love freedom of dialog and discussion and disagreement. You guys can always email me your thoughts, freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. And we talk about a whole history of how vaccines were given protection, how the government came in to really make the vaccine manufacturers more accountable. More powerful. So as always, you can email me freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com, get involved with turning point USA at TPUSA dot com a very informative and educational episode. Buckle up everybody here. We go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job, building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage at Andrew and Todd dot com. Thank you for those of you that came to our event last evening in Kansas City, Missouri really enjoyed that. Our turning point USA event. You guys can email me directly as always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. And please consider subscribing to the Charlie Kirk show podcast very important episodes that we've posted in the last couple of days, especially around rank choice voting. Yesterday, a lot of you had questions around that. We did the best we could to explain it because even though we are, let's just say a little bit literate in that topic, we are hardly fluent in that topic. There's so many questions where they say Charlie, what if I vote for this person in this round, a lot of questions were to keep on diving into it and also we went through all the different ballot referendums that are up and really for the voters to decide. I want to get into the story about the CDC, the CDC, the center for disease control, is poised to now approve the mRNA gene altering technology, otherwise known as the COVID vaccine to officially put it on the childhood immunization or vaccination schedule. Now I want to just be very clear. This does not mean that it's going to be mandated for children. Does that mean that federal governments mandate in the vaccine? But I'm going to tell you that the good news basically stops there. Basically, the CDC is meeting today and tomorrow. To say that they are poised to say that this vaccine is endorsed and acceptable. So now, for example, we just had our daughter and just out of curiosity, I said, hey, what is the child vaccination schedule? And you go and it has it right there on CDC dot gov and this is followed as close to what you could call a mandate of anything else. 99% of pediatricians, 99% of doctors follow the vaccination immunization schedule as if it was a mandate. So is it technically illegal mandate? No. And I actually think it doesn't do our side any good to call it a mandate. Now, could this result in blue states mandating, of course, could it result in states mandating or I'm sorry in schools mandating? Of course. But for example, and when you start asking questions to doctors or pediatricians about certain vaccines, some of them are not really equipped to answer questions, some are great. We have a phenomenal pediatrician and she's been super awesome and really caring and open minded and understanding of different perspectives. Not everyone has that experience, by the way, at all. Producer Andrew said, we have been harassed by ours. I don't have that experience. We have a great experience currently. So for example, you know, when you welcome a human life into the world, almost immediately the hospital asks whether or not you want to have a hepatitis B vaccine. Now, if you know anything about hepatitis B, unless your wife is carrying hepatitis B or was some sort of a heroin addict that you might not have known using dirty needles, probably not a good idea to give your kid the hepatitis V vaccine, be vaccine. By the way, most doctors won't even fight you on it. And so thankfully, the hospital that we delivered at was really sweet and kind about it. They did not push it at all, which is not the experience. A lot of parents have horror stories of hepatitis B being pushed on them on all these different things. And so we were able to say, you know what, that actually doesn't make a lot of sense for us. We're not going to do that. A lot of parents make that decision, by the way. Then, of course, they ask about the eye ointment and then the vitamin K shot. There's all these different those are like the three big things that are asked. Now, they're not mandated, but they are kind of on the schedule. Now, going up into kind of two months and then the four month checkup, and then the 6 month check up, you go to the childhood vaccination schedule. It blows people away when you see how many vaccines are on the schedule. Now, for some children that are born from drug addicts or people that might, you know, live, let's just say very promiscuous lifestyles. Maybe it is a good idea to give that child the hepatitis B vaccine. Just you understand, the reason, and I'm not judging if you got it, I didn't get it. I'm just simply staying in the facts. The reason they put that on the schedule originally is that if somebody gave birth that was that was carrying hepatitis B and they didn't come back for their vaccines, they wanted to make sure that the child was vaccinated against it at birth. Okay, but the point is this is that they're saying, it's not a mandate, but once it gets on the schedule, CDC dot gov, it's a big chart and most pediatricians put this chart up in their doctor's office as if it is gospel. Because we have a society that yields to experts. And so if the CDC approves it, all of a sudden, people feel a lot better about it. They're like, oh, well, the CDC, they must know what they're doing. What if they don't actually know what they're doing? What if they're corrupt or just not very smart? What if our elites are fools poisoning as wise, let's just say accrediting agencies when in reality they don't have your best interests at heart. So here's basically what happened. The CDC approves it on the schedule and then blue states are even weak red states can then mandate it and say the following. So the CDC approves it and they can say, hey, in Fort Worth, Texas, your child is not allowed to be on the soccer team unless it's up to date on all the CDC vaccines. So it's a mandate by another way. It's not a national mandate where they say all the kids have to get vaccines, but they're going to figure out other ways to mandate it. Now, you go through the childhood vaccination schedule, it has the flu vaccine. It recommends from 6 months older, poliovirus, which is a very popular vaccine that people get. And then they have MMR eventually at 6 months, they've hepatitis a, which again is perplexing to me, then they have the tetanus shot, which they actually combine together, of which no one's been able to explain why they combine all these shots together, not one.
"hepatitis b vaccine" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"So we're going to see energy Jimmy sorry. I mean, that's awesome. Yeah. Got vanilla. And then I'm going to leave the other answer. And see what I'm going to do. People pay for something. There's something I mean Guam. I'm a quantum identity. I'm going to try one corner. And one because I couldn't tell you about anyone. It's here rather than come home. And so I think. There are about a minute. So we have only algorithm. And so we'll say. A difference in your business. And as a protection, if you are in fact something. We should protect material as a form. To my idea and perspective, we're going to say condom was mainly meant for. Protecting yourself from the STDs. Oh, okay. And you realize this is so important in the end. It means that, yes, I need some Mac music. But mainly condom media. I would be honest in what we are going to minimize. Professionals. Vaccine does hepatitis B vaccine hepatitis B. Society of news. Maybe I want an uncle Eddie. Quantum. So quantitative. The best challenge is that we're going to have a clinical quantity. We are going to be able to know where. And if I go to see a emergency medication. What challenges of getting the infection is zero? But if I were. Indeed.
"hepatitis b vaccine" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Fees or minimums and no overdraft fees, banking with Capital One is the easiest decision in the history of decisions. Even easier than choosing slash to be in your band. Next up for lead guitar. You're in. Cool. Yep, even easier than that. With no fees or minimums and no overdraft fees, is it even a decision? That's banking reimagined. What's in your wallet in terms of supply? See Capital One dot com slash bank for details, Capital One and a member FDIC. Thank you. Along with more information about another day. Society. Daniel. Because the more gen, other than one. That's why it decreases. So. Requires a little bit. Yeah, you said it if you were mine. Definitely you would come out. And I will get into any infections how I've treated or walker fantastic. It is a whole day. Well, yeah, everyone is a one. Now, Brazil, good to have. And you'll see with my day. And here we are tomorrow. Okay. Multi camera. It's been fine too. Okay. Come on. When we thought we were going to come in and eat my potato, I brought my sandwich. Oh, I know it's been a good time. I knew a lot of my voice also got to take a little more money. And today's infection is a very. Similar situation. Science aircraft. Okay. Okay. You rather than English. I mean, I do move. And if he's trying to say anyway, they're my friend. And my men are doing. And I'm a person with this one and see. And yes, I really believe. And so we are also at war can be an ordinary. And now our process is now what about y'all? They're not watching somebody. They don't want or they don't want to say. But that's what I mean. So we're going to see energy Jimmy sorry. I mean, that's awesome. Yeah. Got vanilla. And then I'm going to leave the other answer. And see what I'm going to do. People pay for something. There's something I mean Guam. I'm a quantum identity. I'm going to try one corner. And one because I couldn't tell you about anyone. It's here rather than come home. And so I think. There are about a minute. So we have only algorithm. And so we'll say. A difference in your business. And as a protection, if you are in fact something. We should protect material as a form. To my idea and perspective, we're going to say condom was mainly meant for. Protecting yourself from the STDs. Oh, okay. And you realize this is so important in the end. It means that, yes, I need some Mac music. But mainly condom media. I would be honest in what we are going to minimize. Professionals. Vaccine does hepatitis B vaccine hepatitis B. Society of news. Maybe I want an uncle Eddie. Quantum. So quantitative. The best challenge is that we're going to have a clinical quantity. We are going to be able to know where. And if I go to see a emergency medication. What challenges of getting the infection is zero? But if I were. Indeed. Electrical nutrition is low. It will not be cheap enough. America. I think there's a lot of people who are not able to eliminate the anti unknown.
"hepatitis b vaccine" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"And then the end of all three are probably kind of like any other. Juliana and I thought I don't know something about it. And no. I mean, it's. All over. And that's all about your local funnel. And as an opportunity, if you are invited to the condo or something. And so it doesn't mean that you want to protect. And I've been all along. We should protect material whereas in our form. Many, many, to my idea and perspective, what is a conduct was mainly meant for. Protecting yourself from STDs. Oh, okay. Anya realizes that we are in the end of it. It means that yes. How do you use magnesium? But mainly condom media. Research means that we will not have a professional. Does hepatitis B vaccine hepatitis B. Society of news. Quantum. So quantitative. The best challenge is that we're going to have a clinical quantity. And if I want to see a mount emergency medication. Or try to say we are on our way. What challenges of getting the infection is zero? Oh, okay. By zone tenacity, but you only do that.
"hepatitis b vaccine" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"The pleasure of introducing your toes to. So light a butterfly could steal them. So soft, kitten sees with jealousy. So cushy, your hands will curse your feet for all the love and attention. Toes, you've hit the jackpot of comfy. Hey dude, good to go to. Thank you. I think they should be senior guy giving it back another. And they give you the money. And as open in the whole crowd society, Daniel, because the more. Other than what it did. That's why it decreases. So maybe our BBS requires all the PR one team. And if we were to definitely come out. And we were kind of getting it to end the infections our pretext or walking fantastic. It is our savior you saw well we are one is a one. Professional being and here we are tomorrow. Maybe I'm here. Okay. Not to take camera and I'm in. It may function. When we thought we were going to come in and eat some of the joke about mine is handling all. Wow. And now it's been a little time on you along with my voice also that the team had a little more life. Infections were very this year. Yes, I also had more. We'll see what you made on it. 30 years tonight. Science and air quality. Okay. Okay. Holly. Hello. You rather than. Hello, mama, thank you. Oh my God. How is that man? Yeah, that piece was a way that my friend and my men are doing. And I'm a person with this one and 6. And. So we also are all coming out. I went to Dan and I want to process this. Now I want to buy y'all with no money. They're not watching somebody. They don't want or they don't want to say. But that's where you find your Facebook. Here's a question. Energy. Jimmy, sorry. I'm glad women said the error. At the end of the year. Yeah. Got the name of the man. I mean, I'm going to be enjoying you. That moment. His ultimate is something I mean Guam. Why don't I end up going to this? I'm going to try one more noise here. And one of the questions I could say about anyone got a little bit Sierra then come home. And then the end of all three are probably kind of like any other. Juliana and I thought I don't know something about it. And no. I mean, it's. All over. And that's all about your local funnel. And as an opportunity, if you are invited to the condo or something. And so it doesn't mean that you want to protect. And I've been all along. We should protect material whereas in our form. Many, many, to my idea and perspective, what is a conduct was mainly meant for. Protecting yourself from STDs. Oh, okay. Anya realizes that we are in the end of it. It means that yes. How do you use magnesium? But mainly condom media. Research means that we will not have a professional. Does hepatitis B vaccine hepatitis B. Society of news. Quantum. So quantitative. The best challenge is that we're going to have a clinical quantity. And if I want to see a mount emergency medication. Or try to say we are on our way. What challenges of getting the infection is zero? Oh, okay. By zone tenacity, but you only do that.
Discussions of Truth
"hepatitis b vaccine" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"Why I'm doing it. That's why I do it. I do, because I'm sharp. That's what you do. Thank you. Thank you, thank you. I've never spoken to you back. That'd be pretty cool, but I haven't. Maybe we can make that happen. Let's do it. So you and jel, anyway, who are some of the, what I'm getting at is this. Now, from my angle, I was looking at the Zika virus in 2016 in Miami. Yeah. And from there, I'm starting to look at some of these other people like tenpenny. Yes. So she's a friend of mine. All these people are friends of mine. I feel like I've been in this fight. Since the beginning. Yeah. So I know sherri tenpenny, I know doctor Judy mikovits and Dell big tree and Andy Wakefield and Bobby Kennedy. Yeah. That's my crew. Those are your people. Here's your people Shannon. What for listeners and you're in your view. What is really happening here? Why and how Shannon? Why and how are we seeing a basic meshing and an attempted control of the political arena through the medical field? Why is that happening? It's all money. It's all based on money. It's all funding and money, big pharma and who gets the most money and sell our product to think about it, right? So if you vaccinate everyone and they have some kind of an injury or it could be even a cancer, so much so many of the ingredients in the vaccines are carcinogenic. Neurotoxic, so even if you don't see a reaction right away, look, America right now, we're like super unhealthy. So many people who have ticks, seizure disorders, ADH. I don't know where I left off at crochet. You're saying it doesn't have an injection. I'm talking about saying that, you know, we start off on day one of life, being injected. The country's sick. The CDC recommends that the hepatitis B vaccine for babies on day one. Hepatitis B is a sexually transmitted disease, or you can get it from sharing needles with drugs. I don't know a single one year old one day old baby. That's during either of those. Yeah, exactly. But the CDC requires and recommends that children on day one get hepatitis B vaccine. Then, you know, at their monthly, the next visit, they get a series of other. They get the D town vaccine and a couple others. The hib vaccine, then a couple months later, they get another round of ejections. A couple months later, they get another round of injections. By one years old, then they need to get like the MMR shot. And the chickenpox shot. So we're constantly injecting toxins into a baby that doesn't even have hasn't even built their immune system. Yeah, sure. So what we're doing is we are creating people who will ultimately then need medications. So it's this vicious cycle of dependency. Dependency of medicines and doctors and the need for pharma, the need for pharmaceuticals. It's the perfect money making scale. So Shannon let's insert this. Let me ask, let me ask a question. How does this you mentioned you mentioned Bill Gates, right? So you're saying this, the senator can is even more adamant about everybody being injected even Bill Gates. I mean, he hasn't said that everybody on the planet needs to be enjoyed. So how in your view? How in your view does technology as we know it today? How does that and I'm not talking about I'm not talking about the pharmaceutical health you received this injection and that's going to help you because it's a technically a vaccine, but and we know that this COVID-19 is not even in the vaccine. It's an inoculation, but if we take, if we take people like Bill Gates, that is such a such a superhero to humanity and he's donated all of his money to, you know, healthcare excuse because he cares about cares about all of us Shannon. He cares about our health, which is total BS, right? But he cares about his money. Right. He cares about his bank account and he cares about his control. And so depopulation. What do you mean by that? What are you talking about? What are you talking about? Well, I mean, isn't that the ultimate goal of all this? I don't like evildoers. Is that goodness? Okay. You went there. You better run with that. You better run with you. Well, I mean, it makes the most sense. There's actually clips. Useless feeders? Right. Useless consumers. I mean, look it. The Gates Foundation, there's a video I've watched video of Melinda Gates going into like, they're always doing humanitarian work in Africa, right? Sure. Supposedly, right, right? Air quotes. Humanitarian work, air quotes. So they're going to Africa and they have crypto Microsoft cryptocurrency patent. Are you going with that? No. Okay. Yeah. They have found, you know, they've injected their vaccines into the population. To these innocent women. African women to children, but to women where they have found that people, scientists or officers have found that there is an ingredient in some of the polio vaccines and stuff that are given to these women to cause them to not be fertile anymore. So it's obvious that one of the goals is depopulation. The planet is, according to them, the planet is too crowded. And we're losing, you know, there's not enough food to be the planet. I don't know. I mean, I don't know, I just know that I just know that it's whatever it is that they're doing. But there is a deep population agenda. I believe so. I believe so. I mean, look at, look at what we did with COVID, right? I mean, how many people were put into a hospital and then so mistreated and then died? Unnecessarily. There are so many people who are unnecessarily died. Look, I'm not one of those people that doesn't believe COVID exists. I think COVID does exist. I.
The Last American Vagabond
"hepatitis b vaccine" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"Gamble is to gamble away from the vaccine and away from potential harm now jessica rose in her first paper show that the nonfatal reactions tend to be cardiac cardi cardiovascular neurologic immunologic the occur quickly after the shot at tight temper relationship with rose. She's a really tight tight epidemiologist but virologists. She's made the case that we've completely fulfilled. The bradford hill criteria for causality. We have a dangerous mechanisms of action. We have a tight temporary relationship. We have internal consistency between death and the nonfatal events. We have external consistency because this is seen in the system the system and in the u. Dra you as the ama system. We've basically got it. We have fulfilled hills tenants of causality. The vaccine is causing these events. Myocarditis paradise official fda warnings. We are at astronomical numbers of hospitalizations er visits etc. We're at shockingly twenty. Six thousand americans now permanently disabled after the vaccine the is telling us permanently disabled who answers for that. That's more than a war. That's more than iraq war. These are permanently disabled americans so death and disability. It's clear are coming after these vaccines in this strongly temporary related i mean temporally related. It's like shotgun is a shotgun. We have two separate announces one by rose one by mclaughlin independent analysis. Us spares data fifty percent of these deaths occur within forty eight hours fifty percent eighty percent within a week. It's a no wonder people are protesting wonder to take a vaccine. People are saying. I see this on the internet. I could die. Employees are saying. I don't wanna take the vaccine. Because i could die. Not that i'm anti vans. Just i don't want to die. Isn't that okay that i don't wanna die wonder. There's tension i mean. Come on think about it. We have twenty million kids to college every year. They take them an ngo cocco vaccine. You haven't seen any protests over the minko vaccine. I'm a doctor. I take hepatitis b. influenza vaccine. Have you seen people protesting over the hepatitis. b. vaccine outside house with no covert vaccine protests. Of course 'cause people know that this is an unbelievable shotgun risk mclachlan queens university in london analyzed. The data eighty six percent of the deaths was separate independent adjudicators. It has no other explanation. It was the maxine and on two occasions now our. Cdc has said three occasions now. I believe is march june. September our. Cdc in no announcement on their website has said. Cdc and fda doctors have reviewed all the deaths and none are related to the vaccine not including the ones that happened the vaccine center and they're doing cpr right. They're not related to the vaccine. Welcome to the daily wrath book a concise show dedicated to bring you.
"hepatitis b vaccine" Discussed on Axios Today
"Way out of kovin is today's one big thing here in the us. The kovic vaccine conversation has mostly been focused on pfizer madonna and the johnson and johnson vaccines but with delta stronghold on much of the us excuses healthcare business reporter bob herman reports. We might need to look to other emerging vaccines and. He's here to tell us more about that. Hey bob hey nyla bob i remember way back in the beginning we were talking about. All the other vaccine manufacturers. Where are they at this stage in the pandemic so there's about six or seven vaccines that are being used globally. Obviously more are being studied and a child right now because even with this number of different vaccines were still not even remotely close to fully vaccinating the world. So i think there's quite a bit of pressure to find vaccine that they can just be more widely distributed. We have been talking so much about. Madonna pfizer johnson and johnson. There's another vaccine. You've been watching quarterbacks. So this vaccine kovacs was developed in texas and they're already licensing out the technology. It's undergoing clinical trials and the great benefit is that quarterbacks uses traditional vaccine technology. That's using the hepatitis b. vaccine for example instead of the newer more expensive technology so that could be scaled up quickly and the other good news is researchers. Say it's very cheap. It could be a dollar. Fifty dose is the button administration paying attention to the corporate box. So far not really. The researchers have tried asking administration to get involved and not a whole lot has panned out yet. So i think there's a role for the us to play here. Researchers have been getting interest from other countries For this vaccine in india for example less than twenty percent of its population is fully vaccinated a large manufacturing. India's already making this quarterbacks at risk so india's already very interested in this. Bob do you think what the delta variant with all the conversation in the us about a booster have we lost sight of the fact that vaccines are still the pandemics and game here. Yeah i you know. The vaccine's were made with the intent of preventing or reducing death in severe illness. And by all accounts. The vaccines are still doing that. If you're vaccinated. It's very unlikely you'll be hospitalized with cove in nineteen and it's very unlikely you'll die from cobra as a result so the co vaccines are still a smashing success. According to many infectious disease in vaccine researchers out there they're working. They're doing their job. And i i think there's a almost like a messaging problem. I think we can equate. It's maybe even the flu shot. Get flu shot every year. There's still chance to get the flu. But you get your flu shot so you don't die or get hospitalized from just a good reminder because cdc is recommending that everyone get their flu shots before the end of october on. Herman is xs healthcare business reporter. Thank you for being with us. Thanks i appreciate it in fifteen seconds. We're back with big news out of mexico on abortion comcast is committing one billion dollars to reach fifty million low income americans but the tools and resources. They need to succeed in a digital world. Learn more at comcast.
Outer Limits Of Inner Truth
"hepatitis b vaccine" Discussed on Outer Limits Of Inner Truth
"H. o. Essential medicines like hydroxy. Clark when ivermectin saruman these things for these diseases for for decades and and so this is. You can't use the -mergency use if you have therapies there for are fed food and drug administration. Their job is safety. Well i got news for you. Essay and roundup is toxic causes cancer. Our food is toxic. It's time the fda says by by your fired put people like stephanie. Now who just wrote a book about the toxic legacy of of of Of blyth say put her in charge. Clean house put scientists with integrity. Take these criminals to the town square and electrocute them and and literally show everybody that this but this kobe will never happen again. You'll get the variant dues. Your tony lied. He's a criminal liar. Robert redfield the minute. He wasn't the head of the fda emitted. Oh yeah we kinda 'cause this oh yeah kinda came from wuhan. Oh yeah everything. Dr g mike had said was true year. Now oh yeah we just we. We put this fraudulent test. Now you know everybody knew it was fraud. You don't do pr forty-three cycle. That's noise now. That they stopped at the minute. The administration changed and that was illegal to hold the minute. The minute the ministration and change. We dropped it down to twenty three cycles. We dropped down to what it was supposed to be in order to detect even the presence of a virus. Oh well you can't do that 'cause then you know it came from the vaccine that delta very sorry you injected it until now what did they say. Oh the mortgage all bad news. Another test and that won't happen until december and in the meantime they're mandating that children worldwide innocent people worldwide. Can't go back to school to get a job. Can't novak's no service. I'm is horrible. I i don't understand this at all. I can't believe this but before we go into one this. Do you have any faith in the fda. At all i mean. Do you think that they're going to approve. This one of my francis doctor doesn't believe that they're gonna prove the the the blue they're gonna prove these vaccines and if they don't approve. What does that mean for. All the people that had to get through mandate on this thing is. They're going to be an upheaval. I mean we'll what is the outcome for this. I'm just so real point well just like the pr. Oh yeah oh yeah sorry. That didn't work. What about all those people whose lives you ruined because they tested positive and they couldn't go back to work or they committed suicide or their friends. Ostracize them in the beginning and now it's the same thing you know we. That was the biggest experiment in human history forced experiment that data safety seat left blank. That package insert. That's because you're part of an experiment and now it's like oh good booster so we could kill you because when we we're not going to tell you which part of the experiment you know the fda. I never had any faith in the fda their criminal. They've been criminal since hiv aids when they use easy t- at toxic doses when they refused to allow peptide thi. This is what our book you know. Watch the dallas buyers club watched the band played on. You know. Watch what the fda did to the original deplorables gays the iv drug users. They sprint. they forced the at risk population. Did to get a contaminated deadly hepatitis b. vaccine and spread hiv through the world. No i don't have any faith that i never had faith in them..
The Last American Vagabond
"hepatitis b vaccine" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"It's just a wonderful thing now. The vaccine creates a limited immunity. Just against the wuhan spike protein. A member mentioned this product of bioterrorism the wgen spike protein. That's what patients are developing immunity to and it's a limited library immunity. That thought is about fifty. Antibodies are generated now. The concentration of antibodies are high but it's extremely limited the t cell immunity. What we're seeing in the data there. It may be ten percent of what someone gets the natural infection and we know the vaccinated immunity is not complete. Because we've already had thousands over ten thousand breakthrough cases because of the under reporting. You may be a hundred thousand breakthrough cases. So we know the vaccine. Immunity is in a sense. Faulty that patients can get the infection again. Then we also don't know if the vaccine earnings durable we know the antibodies trail down over time and if the cellular immunity a robust which it's not that i would infer that after two three four or five months a vaccine provides no benefit and our vaccine stakeholders. I think tend to agree because they're already talking about boosters you know. We started the program in december a lot of people vaccinated in january february march april. They're already talking about in the fall. A few months from now boosters. So the vaccine stakeholders don't think. The immunity is very durable at least for reading knows messages. But this idea of you know fully preventing a brand new respiratory infection of we. Don't do that. We do influenza vaccine. But the influenza vaccine don't forget is changed every year based on the mutation of a variety of of vaccine targets and we accept that the vaccine influenza vaccine is only partially effective. Maybe forty or fifty percent effective and the thing about all vaccines support understand. The vaccine is only to prevent the infection in the person getting the vaccine. So the reason why a healthcare worker for instance and it's a regulation that i received the hepatitis b vaccine. that's to protect me against a workplace injury. Let's the needlestick..
"hepatitis b vaccine" Discussed on Science Friday
"Talking about the nova vacs. It's it's a much more traditional vaccine. Than the m are rene ones right. I mean it's akin the whooping cough vaccine. Could that make more people feel safe. Taking it knowing that i think it really could and The the novak's clinical trial results were incredibly encouraging It does seem to be a very effective vaccine as well. It's what's called a protein sub unit vaccine so it is actually making the spike protein. Before it goes into your arm was knew about this. Is it actually uses a different protein expression system. that's derived from moth cells. They can make quite a bit of protein. They've coupled with a compound that stimulates your immune system it makes vaccine response is more effective. It really does appear that it works very very well. I think for a lot of people who are unsure about the a or the adenovirus vector technology might feel more comfortable. Getting a protein sub unit vaccine. Because as you pointed out these have been used for the cellular protests vaccine. They've been used for the hepatitis b. Vaccine most people are familiar enough with those vaccine technologies that they might feel comfortable taking that protein sub unit vaccines are very temperature stable And they're easy to transport. So i think the novak's vaccine is also going to be really huge For vaccinating other parts of the world where it may be more difficult to bring the marnie vaccines in particular and novak has pledged more than a billion doses to the global kovacs program. Yes and that's going to be absolutely crucial because With the clotting issues that have come up. These are still very rare. Side effects with johnson and johnson and with astrazeneca A lot of people in other countries have rightly wondered. If they're getting the short end of the stick. Why are we getting these great marnie. Vaccines that wealthier. Countries are getting and I think that having a very effective vaccine that is not on an adenovirus vector platform will do a lot for global vaccine confidence as well as just for getting the vaccine out to the rest of the globe and it's hard to see this from the. Us where now we have so many vaccines vaccines are expiring on. Freezer shells that you. There are parts of the world where people have not been vaccinated against kovin. They have not gotten access to those vaccines including healthcare workers including high risk people. So i think that it's absolutely crucial to get this vaccine out as soon as possible because a pandemic is by definition a global public health crisis. We need to make sure that we're vaccinating the world. This is science friday from wnyc studios at one weight into a discussion. That's been happening about where the virus came from. We mentioned a few weeks ago. That president biden had ordered an investigation into the origins of cova nineteen. And now we're getting some pushback against the idea that this was created intentionally in the laboratory someplace in china pushback coming from some very well known scientists. Yeah so this has been A really contentious topic and it's really unfortunate a lot of times. What people do need to understand is that most of the time it takes a long time to figure out where a virus came from in many cases even though we know where from viruses come from. We still haven't actually proved it. Any bowl is a great example of that. We know that it's it's transmitted by bats We know that it's carried by bats. There it's national reservoir but don't even really know what species. We've never isolated lives bulla virus from bat. We've only just started basically isolating sequences of ebola viruses from bats. He bala came onto our radar. Nineteen seventy six. So it's been around for almost fifty years and we still don't. We still don't have a solid answer definitive answer on that on that viruses origin But nobody thinks it came from a lab obviously So the the situation with covert or with stars corona virus to is that the first outbreak that was observed was in wuhan china Where there is a major virology institute where they were working on back corona viruses. Then we know that these are beco- viruses that's sub genus. That stars current virus to is in the sars-like krona viruses Is is normally in the wild in bats We also know that it can infect a number of different intermediate species and sars coronavirus to is also quite promiscuous in terms of the number of other species that it can that can infect so. There's a lot of different possibilities including the possibility that it came out of a accident. I think everybody does agree. That that analyzing the genome of this virus suggests that it wasn't a biological weapon in my opinion. I think that a natural origin remains the most likely. But it's true that we have not ruled out the possibility that it could have come from a lab. But i think one point that i'd like to make your ira is that people have been talking about this lately. As though these are equivalent possibilities nature or the lab in my opinion as a virologist Looking at the genome looking at the number of other species that this virus can infect the the weight of the evidence points toward in animal natural origin. And one of the reasons for that that we can look at and see in real time. Is that this. Virus was not properly adopted to human hosts that suggests that it was a very very recent spillover events. That still doesn't exclude again. A lab exposure but that does suggest this virus was in no way pre adopted Or passage to make it more effective as a human pathogen And the the evidence for that is right in front of our eyes. it's the variance. The reason why variants are emerging is because this virus has spread through the human population to the point that now it is beginning to evolve. Adapt to us if this virus was pre adopted. Or if it was already being passage through human cells or being developed into a human pathogen for research purposes not not even necessarily for malicious purposes We would see those those variants in the first viruses that were circulating. but we have not So i think that it is important to investigate all potential origin hypotheses and as i said none of them have been ruled out But in my opinion again. I think that the the natural origin hypothesis is by far the most likely well. I think that's a good place to stop. You have certainly filled us in on a lot of questions. We've all been having in our own minds. Thank you angela. It's always a pleasure. Ira dr angela. Rasmussen a research scientist at veto into vac. That's the university of saskatchewan's vaccine research institute in saskatoon and we have to take a break. And when we come back exploring edgar. Allan poe's lifelong fascination with science and from the alfred p sloan foundation working to enhance public understanding of science technology and economics in the modern world. This is science. Friday my roof. Plato leave my loneliness unbroken. Quit the bust above my door. Take by.
Biz Talk Radio
"hepatitis b vaccine" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"We have had hepatitis B vaccines available for a number of years, even decades, But the older vaccines were a little bit difficult to get through the entire syriza vaccination because they required Reshot given over six months so many people didn't complete that month. Fully protected. We now have a newer vaccine called helpless of B. This is a two dose vaccine that you finished within one month and then you're fully protected so that in of itself is a huge advancement. With his wife partnered with the makers of helpless of the Dyna Vac to raise awareness about hepatitis C and about vaccination. You might be wondering, Is this gonna cause me any side effects it can cause mild side effects. Arm soreness or fatigue or headache, but you wouldn't be expected to have any severe side effects and again the upside it protect yourself from a really dangerous virus, two shots within one month Yeah, I mean, absolutely. And that's what astonishes me because this question I want to make sure we got this in because it's really bugging me. Why hasn't hepatitis B already been eliminated if there's been a vaccine available for more than 40 years? I mean, not everyone can be a chicken like me. What gives? It's a great question and up Until recently, we haven't really focused on vaccinating the general population. We were focusing on the highest risk groups. So those having unprotected sex those using intravenous drugs those with HIV, those who are on Dialysis machines for kidney failure. Etcetera healthcare workers included there, but in reality, this type of virus will continue to circulate in the community, especially a virus like this. That may not cause any symptoms. Might spread from person to person with an England realized. So now we focus on vaccinating Children, and we also have the vaccine available to adults. Even if you don't necessarily fall in the what is considered a high risk population. You can go to your doctor and get back to me. So this because you're concerned about being exposed to the virus and what it may do to you if you develop chronic hepatitis C I love that now, when you're talking to people about this, and of course you're a doctor specializing in this. What do you find to be the biggest shocker to your patients when they're finding out about this when they're saying, Oh, my God, I had no idea that hepatitis B blank blank blank. What do you find it to be? The biggest surprises When you're educating people on this. I think a lot of people don't recognize that hepatitis B can stay in your body long term. Right, and that it is a major cause of cirrhosis, liver failure, liver cancer, the major cause of the need for liver transplant. And so I don't know that everyone appreciates how severe disease that can be, but hepatitis B very different type of buyer. Unbelievable. You got a lot of people out there. Where do we send them? For more information, Helpless have be calm for information about hepatitis C about how to protect yourself. And about the vaccine. Happy with them. Be excellent, doctor. Just shooting and I knew the time would.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"hepatitis b vaccine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Were eligible, and each one needed written consent and a doctor's assessment. The result. Just 500 people vaccinated In the first week of the program, Germany managed 200,000. This week. The job was offered to firefighters, domestic carers and all medical staff over the age of 50 like Eric does, yet they will be surely best Sunder Brutus, western Kansas, and on Thursday, the French Prime Minister John Key Aspects, said everyone over the age of 75. Be able to have the vaccine from the 18th of January. But there's a reason for the government's initial caution. These tiny vials endorsed by doctors carry a political risk. Whole suggests that less than 40% of the French population want to take them. It is true that there is a core off people who believing conspiracy theories. But of course, that does not explain huge part off the distress towards vaccines because it's more than half the population. Florian Cafiero is a sociologist at the National Center for Scientific Research. Friends set has a decade long history of distrust towards vaccine because off If you control this is that emerged in the media in France about the swine flu pandemic first than the HPV vaccine, then Thea hepatitis B vaccine. The other reason is the distrust towards the authority. Government. The current government generated huge amount of distrust about its management of dead could be 19 crisis and Diz Distrust. Of course, is reflected on the giving 19 vaccine. Marie Leclerc is a newspaper publisher in Paris. Her three Children have all had their childhood vaccinations, she says, and she's happy to have most vaccinations herself. The fires of vaccine currently on offer in France has her worried because it was developed so quickly Using a new technique you see. Government telling you that it's completely safe. You see doctors telling you it's completely safe. Research is telling you it's completely saved. Does that change your mind? Maybe they could say I'm sure with 99% off satisfaction, but not 100%. Nobody could say 100%, and my concern is about the 1235%. Risk.