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"hodgkin" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

03:35 min | 4 months ago

"hodgkin" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Well the thing is something very curious is happening and people that we watched like alex berenson and others are noticing it. We don't know what it means. We're not pretending that we have any conclusions about this but you cannot deny were seeing in. It's very interesting list. Look at this next clip. This is from a mainstream publication in the uk. Most cova deaths in england are now in the vaccinated. But here's why that shouldn't alarm okay. That's he signed the point. Let's look at the next one. This next clip is really interesting because this is a chart. It's a little hard to read but it says in europe if we can move that in europe he said something really odd is going on in europe we seeing surges at many places where most of the population is already been vaccinated at the same time. The fifteen least vaccinated countries don't seem to face any problem at some point. Denying this problem. We'll get painful. And you have multi on top which i believe is nearly one hundred percent vaccinated. The uk into the netherlands are very very highly vaccinated. And they're the ones that are having these big searches right now in. Nobody really understands it. Let's look at this next week. This is an interesting laboratory. Dr paul gibraltar is fully vaccinated every eligible citizen by april..

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"hodgkin" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

05:43 min | 4 months ago

"hodgkin" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Us. Today is daniel mcadams are co host daniel. Good to see. How are you this morning. Dr paul doing well good well right already to solve another problem. I hope so these the solution if we get the if we get to make our own judgment. We've talked a lot of problems. Yeah but we can't be dishonest to ourselves. If we don't people don't want to be honest with us at all we need. We need honesty and truth him. That's what we lack and there are some things here. We're going to report on today and we're going to start with something is disgusting. You know in the area of justice and that has to do with The saving of democracy by a putting a man away to prison for eight months and destroyed. His wife is family in the whole works because he walked into the capital took. A picture did no acts of violence whatsoever but he was number one on the list. He was the enemy of the state. Yup had a trial prosecutor. You know really really hit them. Hard with all his viciousness so He was destroying the country. I just want to set the stage. By showing a little short statement at the prosecutor said he said we had to go after him and put him in jail because he contributed to the collective threat to democracy according to the prosecutors. And of course we're talking about january six and And you know the insurrection. That was not an insurrection. was a demonstration without even having guns except one gun that killed us. I'm innocent person that they won't tell us they're going to put this man in jail what's gonna happen to the other five hundred so many people. They're all going to be up for trial too and I have no idea. I can't imagine that there won't be Some some sort of an appeal on this because a such an outrage but that's that's been anticipated and then it finally was just announced yesterday the day before and I think i think the other thing he did. He didn't go in and take a picture of the police. Maybe acting properly. He took a picture of himself..

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"hodgkin" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

08:03 min | 4 months ago

"hodgkin" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

"Good you know. I wonder if these guys are gonna be on. Tv they going to become you know like activists when they get out and beyond fox news or be on newsmax and talk in the new york post going to become like celebrities personalities out there because there's a whole bunch of him and they must be so bitter just so wound up and ready to get out and tell their stories. I hope so because there's a lot that can be said for You know for for the justice system. targeting non violent people. I mean there's there's this is a pretty clear example of a lot of railroading. That's going on. You'll hear i've got a cut of of ryan lucas from npr news in the courtroom talking about what the judge who wanted to make an example of paul hodgkin's so i mean that that's that's not right in a non punctuation tweet about this amazing how many people say eight months not enough. I'm like crazy. People belong prisons. What people like. Paul hodgkin's didn't they were really doing. Anything really egregious. I mean they thought it's the capital. They've seen protesters. They probably saw the cabinet protesters walking through the capital. They got flag. There walk through capital the not. She eminent jeb. Anyone with the flagpole smashing windows and they're thinking oh those those idiots over there vandalizing. They'll probably go to jail but not me. I'm not doing anything. And then they find out they're going to spend you know the next year plus in jail. I think it was a shock to all of them. And then i've said this before but a year of watching antifa scum black lives matter people destroying cities on. Tv you sit back and say wow that just destroyed stores and businesses and burning courthouses and it just it kind of trains your mind to think that it's not really that that wrong to maybe you know whatever kicking window. These people do it every night and ever seen any time. There are no consequences but they forgot. That's only one side is allowed to do that. Only the friends of kamala joe allowed to burn buildings and destroy small businesses With impunity can't do that if you're on the other side and yet members of congress to. I can't remember who it was you might. You probably have better memory for this than i do saying that. sometimes you need to get violent. During the protests like members of congress are saying that. I can remember it well that would be ianna presley. Yes we need more uprising in the streets. So s- people in minneapolis or kenosha. Who would try to run a shoe store and they're destroying the place turn on the tv and elected members of congress. Said we need more of that. There are no members of congress are really defending the january six riders. Hell is some point. That has to be somebody ted cruz or or jim jordan has to come up and say okay enough you know they. They crossed the line. They committed crimes. Make the pay a fine. Make them do community service. But you can't put everyone who walked through the capital in prison for a year. Just that's over doing it. That's overreaching no one says that. But if you put antifa. I mean if even question antifa or oh god knows your question black lives matter a marxist organization that wants to defend the police and if you question them then you know you're you're racist or whatever but i asked this last week or or any of the people in congress are celebrities who were big alum fans going to stand with them when they defended the communist thugs in cuba against the dissidence. I don't see too many people standing with black lives matter on this. They'll still you know they'll still send the money and fly the little flags or put their signs up and says be a lamb but when says where with the communist tyrants in cuba. Their friends are oddly. Silent didn't hear from the red sox organization which loves virtue signal and show you their black lives matter. Banner didn't hear much about cuba from them or from any of the elected officials as you point out you know although afc said it was all the united states is fault so the squad you can never squad will never let you down. They hate america. You know have some nuance yes. The embargo is a problem. It would be better off if we traded with with cuba trying to bring them into the twenty first century to try to show them what freedom is all about yes that would be better but but at the same time like this is a communist dictatorship who are walking into people's houses and shooting them in the head like we're seeing that on tv news. There's literally prisons with political with this. It's in prison torturing killing them and we have congress people. I mean realize not really smart congress. People now we're real dumb congresspeople. People saying yeah. We're with the government of cuba against the distance as despicable. I think though you know in the long run this will kill milu's. They've already lost florida. Because they're that's these people are pretty passionate about. What's going on in cuba. And they know there's good guys and bad guys and people gayle see ilan omar and on are there with the bad guys with the taliban like what she say that too. It's the same it's equivalent or with the soviet union with where with young. She doesn't understand. She doesn't where with kim jong own right. But you're right she's she's just I mean she's just dumb and she's but she's got a lot of influence kind of an amazing thing. And i mean it can't be really bright and really well read on the subject and think we're with the castro regime or with the raul castro. Was there now you know. Probably ordering the executions. Yeah we're with that guy. Although to be fair people have martyred shaffer for decades right. I mean t shirts and stuff. Similar underestimate stupidity. They have this shirts and echeverri. It's it's true in a us. Underestimate the the lemming factor with they're just gonna fall along with with the squad i'm with you know. Blm even though is doing. Here is anti-american anti-freedom. It's it's disgusting but we'll see we'll we'll see how that plays out. Hopefully you know it. It royals for a little longer in the Get get some support from around the world. But anyway you want to hear about the from the judge though or did you want to go from ryan. Lucas quoting the judge. Reading here it is. I'm ready said what happened on january. Sixth was horrific and it did profound damage to the country's democracy and he said it is essential to send a message that the rioters actions are unacceptable but at the same time he sentencing only paul hodgkin's for his actions and moss said he thinks hodgkin's made some very bad decisions on january sixth but he doesn't think that hodgkin's poses a threat in the future so if he doesn't pose a threat in the future and he wasn't violent. Why are you putting them in prison at all. Finding i suppose to if you're judge i was this when i was reading about. This is supposed to say. I need to come down hard on this guy to Deterred connects supposed to be your in your purview..

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"hodgkin" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

07:08 min | 4 months ago

"hodgkin" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

"Is paul hodgkin's he's thirty eight year old crane operator from florida. And he came up to dc on january sixth. And as far as i can tell he didn't assault anybody he didn't punch hit kick any cops even space spray. Beer bear spray on any cops. He had trump flag and trump shirt any walked around the capital. And that's trespassing. And that's whatever they call it disrupting a preceding a rarely used church. that's really invoke by the by the authorities. I believe in two thousand eighteen. A big group of feminist protesters stormed into the senate during an official proceeding. They went down the aisle screaming about cavenaugh. Being a gang. Rape stay accosted senators in the elevators in the hallways i believe. None of them was charged with a disrupting official preceding. Paul hodgkin's was that made it a felony. The prosecution wanted eighteen months and asked the judge to make an example of him because they have many many more cases. Five hundred more people to to put away but the guys doing eight months of president elusive job. He'll probably lose all his money. You know he'll he'll is all life has been turned upside down. I believe trespassing which happens a lot in the capital but in this case these are enemies of the regime. These are these are people that they want to make an example of. So he's going to go to prison and he's already been in jail for a while but he's going to go to prison for eight months. Which is less than the prosecution wanted. But i think that will set the standard anybody who trespassed who walked into the capital when the cops opened the door and welcomed him in is going to do at least eight months which is nuts. Every time i tweet about this every time i talk about this i hear from people saying screw them. Screw those people they suck because you know they're again. They're enemies of the regime that trump supporters people hate them. It is a. I don't know how you could argue that. It's not a political persecution or a a political prosecution. Whatever you wanna call it. It is political what this guy did. What paul hodgkin's did was nothing. Compared to what antifa scum did all across this country for two hundred hundred fifty nights last summer last fall last winter they charges for most of the antifa criminals including the ones who tried to set the court house on fire. Every night have been dropped. We know they were bailed out by kamala harris. We know the prosecution. These radical da's reluctant to press any charges. Rarely does any of them go to prison for even a day and when they get bailed out they come right back and stuff thrown bricks again. And that's that's the thing. It's not even a comparison. You're talking about someone who's nonviolent who trespassed but did a nonviolent thing versus people who were throwing bricks throwing altaf cocktails lighting things on fire. Those are all violent actions. And for this guy. You're with me on this toronto. Good good of course. A lot of people are not just because they hate the maga- crowd and what many did was disgusting on january six. Then if they were smashing windows or you know shoving cops. I'm all for putting them in jail. You know i'm. I'm all for proportion here again. The thing that bothers people is not necessarily the prosecution. it's the two tiered justice system. I mean i did this yesterday. Because it was the anniversary of ted kennedy killing murdering mary jo capacity admit it is always been a a trigger for me to think of this fat drunken scumbag senator killing mary jo kopechne e a woman. He didn't even know her name. Just some young woman. He was married obviously he was screwing around. He was driving drunk. She they went in the water. She had plenty of time could be saved. He had no interest in saving. You swam back. Took a nap and then started calling is political fix fixers and lawyers because you know there was some girl in the car. He put an neckbrace on and pretended to be a remorseful. He lost his license. I think for six months hidden to a day in jail. He murdered somebody and didn't do a day in jail and the and the voters in massachusetts sent him back to the senate every six years until he died in two thousand nine an absolute disgrace to the state a disgrace to this country. Just a vile person who was elected in landslide every year because people love the kennedys and because they like free stuff but didn't day jail. Paul hodgkin's is going to do eight months plus for waving a flag and walk into the capital. That's it and he's the first of many and they will many of them going to jail doing hard time losing their jobs losing their small businesses being pariahs because they want in the capital when the cops opened the doors and they strolled around. We've seen some of the video again. There are some violent guys. there's some vandals punish them. Punish them and put them in jail. That's fine but there are five hundred people who are going to go to jail here. Five hundred people who trespassed and maybe we're charged with disorderly conduct. Who are going to go to jail. Probably in solitary confinement for a good long stretch. They're gonna over. Punish hundreds of people for this just because they dared to protest against the election of joe biden just because they dared to take a stand against the regime. It's gonna get ugly but this this one person as upset many times covers this. And if you don't follow julie kelley from american great issue missing something because she's done great work. She talks to the family. She talks to some of the people who the writers who've been charged. She gets her hands on some of the video yesterday. She had an amazing tweet and it was. I don't even know how you get this. But she says these prisoners the january sixth insurrectionists who are in this deplorable jail jail in dc. It's you know really crappy conditions. Some of them have alleged abuse at the hands of the guards. But apparently it's a filthy jail in dc and every night at nine o'clock the the deplorables or in jail all the direction est sing the national anthem. I guess to end another boring day in jail. And somehow julie kelley got a hold of the audio do we have this. I have the audio. It's it's really rough but if you want this is this is the deplorables in jail and nine o'clock each night singing the.

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"hodgkin" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

06:51 min | 4 months ago

"hodgkin" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Biden's election win the new york times reports. Mr hodgkin's told judge randolph. Moss had he was remorseful for breaking into the capital calling it a foolish decision in court papers. The times writes his attorney. Invoked abraham lincoln's words saying that judge moss had a chance to show malice toward none and charity toward all by foregoing prison. time entirely. But the court suggested that would simply encourage future attacks and noted yesterday that hodgkin's brought goggles and a pair of gloves with him to the capitol as if prepared for conflict. The court said hodgkin's deserved less than eighteen months. Prosecutors requested because he didn't assaulted anyone and didn't damage government property. Willie let's bring it. Nbc four washington investigative reporter scott mcfarland. He's been covering the sentencing and plea bargain hearings for those charged for their participation in the capital attacks. Scott it's good to see you this morning. So let's talk first about this case. The one meeker just laid out. Mr hodgkin's a thirty eight year old man from florida who was inside the capitol inside the chamber boldly invoking lincoln's second inaugural asking for mercy. Asking i charity. The judge said no. This would set a bad precedent giving eight months which is a little bit less obviously than prosecutors had hoped for. What's the precedent that we see said. In this case this is really the first big test case will get a lot of people. Don't like the score. Paul hodgkin's got less than what the prosecutors were seeking it his case eight months versus the eighteen requested by prosecutors. He told the judge yesterday that what he did was foolish that it was not inspired by politicians and even set willie that joe biden is the rightfully elected president of the united states but he was angling to avoid any prison. His attorney argued. If you send paul hodgkins to prison he loses his job. He loses his home. He'll have trouble caring for his cats. The judge didn't go for that the prosecutors said in this powerful willie that what hodgkin's did was a part of a domestic terror incident that day and the judge remarked that what happened was so extraordinary that congress had to evacuate its own chambers because of what hodgkinson net mob did but talking to former federal prosecutors. Say when the judge goes that far below the recommended sentence it could lower the bar in other cases because they do strive willie for uniformity in federal sentencing. And in fact the judge rejecting this idea that we've heard for many of these other people been arrested saying i was just following the crowd. If i'd known it was going to get this out of hand. I wouldn't have gone in the first place the judge saying yesterday at least in this case perhaps in the future. That's no excuse for what you did. Scott let me ask you about this question of competency and maybe you can explain a little bit. We're hearing some of these defendants talking about competency whether they're fit to stand trial. Tell us about some of them and what that explanation is what may happen to them. Let me tell you about two of them. Willie i pauline. Bauer restaurant owner in pennsylvania. While paul hodgkin's was being sentenced her hearing was ongoing and it went off the rails. Bauer is trying to represent herself in her case and she told the judge yesterday. She's a sovereign citizen and not subject to the court's authority or authority. So that kind of detoured. The hearing she was talking over the judge. The judge was correcting her. The judge will allow her to defend herself. She's back in court in september. Let's see what happens next. Also want to tell you about land and coppola. He's a military veteran locked up in a local jail in utah awaiting his competency hearing. I spoke to him by phone from his jail cell. He is still trying to get his competency exam to move forward in his case. He says the government is slow. Walking leaving him languishing in jail for months. Now we'll see where that goes but just another hurdle willie in an already large the largest criminal investigation and prosecution in us history so much still to play out here but we have this first sentencing of eight months. we'll see if that becomes the standard nbc four washington investigative reporter scott mcfarland scott. Thanks so much good to see. House minority leader kevin mccarthy announced his picks worry select committee charged with investigating the january six capital attack. They include congressman. Jim banks of indiana will serve as ranking member congressman. Jim jordan of ohio rodney davis of illinois kelley armstrong of north dakota and troy nehls a freshman from texas three of those republicans banks jordan nails previously voted to overturn the results of the november election. You gotta mix from the entire conference jacket. Rings saying he did not speak to. Donald trump. mccarthy's choices still need to be approved by house speaker. Nancy pelosi but she is not signaled. Any plans to turn down any of those choices below announced her own appointments to the panel earlier this month including republican congresswoman liz. Cheney these select committee is scheduled to hold its first hearing next week. Witnesses will include officers from the us capitol police department and the dc metropolitan police department. Let's bring in white house reporter for the associated press jonathan lear pulitzer prize winning columnist associate editor of the washington post and msnbc political analyst. Eugene robinson former senior adviser for the house oversight committee kirk bartonella. He's a columnist for usa today and the l. a. times and an advisor to the d triple c. Good morning to all of you. Jonathan let me start with you. So kevin mccarthy was going to nod to the base. We knew that but three of the five of majority of his picks voted to contest the november election. Three of the picks willie did so and did so after the insurrection. Let's remember the official vote right after the rioters breached capital. We had hours worth of violence. So it's a pretty clear signal here from republican leader mccarthy as to which direction he wants to take these hearings and insurance. Two of the members there didn't do that. They didn't vote to decertify. They did go along with the democratic process. And the joe biden was indeed elected president. But the other three. Jim jordan as we know is one of former president. Trump's most vocal defenders and has willing to say blatant untruth order to defend the former president. He's closely aligned himself with it. And we know that he's still speaks to the former president frequently whether trump is in mar-a-lago or bedminster here so there's no sense that the house speaker pelosi will object to these picks But we certainly will learn more in next day..

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"hodgkin" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

02:44 min | 4 months ago

"hodgkin" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Important here is this mob of insurrectionists tried to stop democracy dead in its tracks in a in a violent way even if they didn't each entre police officer so i i don't understand the judges rationale and doing it and he certainly didn't explain it this old prosecutor satisfaction and i don't think the general public's satisfaction if you listened to what he said you know because i mean sure you take these mitigating factors into account the fact that he's never committed a crime before that puts you at the low end of the sentencing guidelines which is fifteen months right and go not half of that and also. How does this impact besides all of now. All the insurrectionists are going to be like. I want. I want my child i want to go to trial. I don't i'm not going to cooperate. Et et cetera. This sort of sets a precedent for other judges sentencing. Now doesn't it yes or no. Each sentencing is intensely unique. It has to do with the the background in the history of the offender. It has to do with the exact conduct that that defendant committed while in the capital end. One judges sentencing determination doesn't bind and it's really not even all that persuasive to another judge when he or she is approaching an intensely unique sentencing. Hearing so this you know it does some atmospheric damage not because other judges will follow it. I actually expect you're going to see other judges push back against it and say i understand my colleague down. The all gave an insurrectionist eight months. Let me tell you why. I view this very differently. That's what i think. We're going to hear some judges saying moving forward. What it really does. Is it damages the the sort of atmospherics and the psyche of all the other insurrectionists who now they maybe they're going to get off with wider punishment than they otherwise thought they might yeah especially with the jammed up court. I mean we've got five hundred thirty five cases now and there's there's more coming and you know. I know that they are trying to save the trials. For the most egregious conspiratorial you know heavy indictments there and so that you couple that with this light sentence and you've got a bunch of people who are gonna not cooperate for very much you know what i mean. They just cheapened it. Now the flip side of it. I mean the the fact is that Hodgkin's pleaded guilty to a felony. That's a good thing. The felony wasn't just damaging property and it wasn't just unlawfully. Entering the capital it was to obstruct the election certification. That's a good thing.

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Capitol Rioter Who Breached Senate Gets 8 Months for Felony

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Capitol Rioter Who Breached Senate Gets 8 Months for Felony

"For the first time a capital rider has been sentenced for a felony in the insurrection Paul Allard Hodgkin says he's ashamed and had acted foolishly and being swept up in the euphoria of January sixth and breaching the Senate chamber the Florida man has been sentenced to eight months in prison after pleading guilty to obstructing official proceedings prosecutors wanted a year more the sentence could set the bar for hundreds of insurrection defendants as they decide whether to go to trial or take plea deals Sager mag on me at the White House

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Capitol rioter who breached Senate faces 1st felony sentence

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Capitol rioter who breached Senate faces 1st felony sentence

"A Florida man is set to become the first capital rioters sentenced for a felony video footage from January six shows Paul Allard Hodgkin's inside the Senate chamber he pleaded guilty last month to obstructing official proceeding but his lawyer is asking for no prison sentence saying Hodgkin's instead will wear a scarlet letter of shame prosecutors the one Hodgkins to serve eighteen months saying he and other writers contributed to the collective threat to democracy his sentencing hearing today could set the bar for punishment of hundreds of other defendants who were deciding whether to accept plea deals or go to trial Sager mag ani Washington

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Former Texas A&M Football Coach R.C. Slocum Diagnosed With Hodgkin Lymphoma

The Paul Finebaum Show

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Former Texas A&M Football Coach R.C. Slocum Diagnosed With Hodgkin Lymphoma

"Tough news out of texas today. Are she slocum. The legendary coach. He's also a member of the college playoff committee. Unfortunately some some news released that he has been diagnosed with hodgkin lymphoma very best coach slocum one of the sabre people in the history of college athletics and it is certainly sad news. We hope He works through this and we hope to be able to speak to him in in the near

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Florida Man Accused of Storming U.S. Capitol Pleads Guilty

John Batchelor

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

Florida Man Accused of Storming U.S. Capitol Pleads Guilty

"Life. Florida man is pleading guilty to a criminal charge in connection with the January six riot at the U. S. Capitol. In a virtual hearing with a federal judge Wednesday, 38 year old Paul Hodgkin's of Tampa pleaded guilty to a felony charge of obstructing an official proceeding in exchange for the plea for other felony charges were dropped. The FBI identified Hodgkin's through a selfie posted on social media inside the Capitol, His attorney, Patrick LaDuke, People don't take Selfies, but they think they're doing something at that moment that may be criminal. Faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison and also has to pay a

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Second Capitol Riot Defendant Strikes Plea Deal

WBZ Midday News

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Second Capitol Riot Defendant Strikes Plea Deal

"Guilty plea from one of those charged in the January 6th riot, the U. S Capitol, Hodgkin's took a selfie in the well of the Senate wearing a T shirt with the word Trump in white letters. Prosecutors said he took a bus to D C from Tampa and carried a trump 2020 flags. He traits through the capital. He pleaded guilty to obstructing an official proceeding. Prosecutors agreed to drop several lesser charges. At one point, Hodgkins said he put on rubber gloves and tried to help a wounded protester who declined his aide. In more recent months, Hodgkin's told the judge he has enrolled in a behavioral health program sponsored by his employer. Aaron Carter SKI ABC

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Kylie Jenner's $500G donation helps launch lounge for teen cancer patients

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

00:27 sec | 8 months ago

Kylie Jenner's $500G donation helps launch lounge for teen cancer patients

"So kylie jenner is doing something really cool. She donated five hundred thousand dollars for a lounge for teen cancer patients at children's hospital at vanderbilt. She funded the hey. I'm here for you teen lounge in honor of her friend harry hudson. He's a singer songwriter. Who got diagnosed with hodgkin's lymphoma in two thousand seventeen and his texas. This tennessee facility offers whole bunch of activities for young cancer. Patients including game and movie room rumored meditation room and more. So it's nice that she's doing something like that

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"hodgkin" Discussed on All Talk Oncology Podcast

All Talk Oncology Podcast

05:10 min | 8 months ago

"hodgkin" Discussed on All Talk Oncology Podcast

"Need help through that. And he couldn't have been more right so k. Created the carrying place so it's a grieving center for families to come. You know we focus on children but it's for everybody it's family and parents and agreement processes true. You know you. And i say seven thirty years you lose your mom you lose your day. Which now must have been very sympathetic for a while. You might care for a week. But i'm moving. I mean it's just a. It's it's natural. I mean i don't carry those emotions like you do so your left swimming in the ocean by yourself with heavy baggage was right. Emotion come from the sadness and sorrow the loss That you deal with and there's no timetable to that and when you have no timetable to off it's great to go to a sanctuary where they understand that and you can six months down the road. You can still demand. I my heart rips. When i walk in the house still this day. I don't see my mom that hurts. You know what i mean. I go caller. And i'm like oh she's not here. I mean that kills You have help people help you through. That process is a real real been really instrumental and powerful to see families that and people kids have a place of sanctuary to go where they can rebuild. You know they can get some you know footers reestablished in their life without dylan this all these emotions and not knowing how to handle them. So i think it's been very powerful for a lot of families And talk about the discriminate coming. Death does not discriminate And i the people the volunteers that we have a special place with special people and has done wonders for a lot of families. Yeah absolutely merrill. Thank you for that and thank you for for sharing because we hope to empower the next person again at all talk on calls. That is our goal here into power Cancer patients when scifo conversations that reinforces certainty and confidence about their cancer condition. And and i can't thank you enough for taking time out of your day to give us this appreciate you. Thanks for having me became yasser appreciates nice meeting you. Keep doing a brother. Keep telling people and thank you so much merrill once again. I want to thank you so much for joining us. Here at all talk oncology so when it came to gyms today in our interview a hope you picked up on a few of them one is do you control your mind or does your mind control you and if you listen to merrill in the beginning his.

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"hodgkin" Discussed on All Talk Oncology Podcast

All Talk Oncology Podcast

05:35 min | 8 months ago

"hodgkin" Discussed on All Talk Oncology Podcast

"I remember during my treatment. I was i was devastated. I was going to have to do the draft for espn. I was going be two days on television for twenty four hours a day. Bald could not have been more devastated that that probably was more devastating embarrassing. I got it's going to be for me to walk into sound thinking. Yeah and i actually found a way to avoid that. A good friend of mine Eddie white and tom shine on the ran. Reebok saudi indianapolis good friends of mine. I call them up. And i said hey listen could you give me a hat for every. Nfl team ship. It to me. And i'm going to wear who's ever on the clocks hat. So if it's the pittsburgh steelers. I'll have them office chicago. Bears have him on washington. redskins dallas. Cowboys i go on. So i called the spn executives and are the producer of the the draft was j rothman good friend of mine and we had our meetings in new york. I will be back up. They they okayed it. That makes you feel comfortable. Sure because that's not something that you could do is really wear a hat on on on on on the network shows in the draft. That was just not. That's not part of the attire. So i had to get approval get approval and after the meeting. We have long couple of days of meetings and he's i. Can we do dinner tonight this the night before the draft before show star ross. So we went to dinner. We sat down menus. Get handed to us lady comes over. We ordered appetizers or something and she leaves and he says he goes what you hide. What would it be. And i go. I don't know what you mean. What am i hiding is. I've watched you take this thing on like nobody i've ever seen before. And now you want to go on national television and put a hat on and hide it. And he's like jimmy people might be dealing with your what you're doing and you're going to give them hope. I never thought of that. I honestly i'd never thought i said jenner thala man. I said i'm not gonna wear the hat. So i didn't have so. I get invited to the gary player golf tournament. Some year of is six seven months years later. When i'm checking in the lady who's checking me in. She goes she. Would you say my life. And i was like we say right. She had i think over ovarian cancer maybe can't remember specifically but she was on a couch. Feel sorry for herself. Thinks she's gonna die for dad walks in and turns on the draft and he said that guy's going through what you're going through. Get off the couch and she goes. It completely changed me. She goes idea. Got off the couch. And i'll realize feeling sorry for myself so it was one person you know in that. I'm telling you that that. Move me that mood me you just you know so. I was grateful for college. A roth thank you. Thank you for calling me out and create a bigger scope from versus my selfie scope of hound. Baraci i'll let me find this head as it was. So that's why y'all doing these things. I define powerful. It's just one you know that you get hope from. They get hope they see things a little different tack differently and makes a difference in their in.

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"hodgkin" Discussed on All Talk Oncology Podcast

All Talk Oncology Podcast

05:40 min | 8 months ago

"hodgkin" Discussed on All Talk Oncology Podcast

"On college. I'm your host. Ken perkins aka the cancer guy. And again we come into your with special guests and you may know him if you are a pittsburgh steelers fan and or chicago bears fan or follow football on. Espn the you know my next guest. We're talking about mero hard here merrill. Welcome to the show. All talk oncology my friend day that applause. that's nice. That's nice little fat. It's nice to be a third part of what you're doing merrill such a privilege to have you on our show and and talk about you know cancer in the things that you've gone through no merit our our whole purpose here at all. Talk oncologist power cancer patients as they're going through a something as tragic as cancer and we know that you've gone through this and so man. I'm just excited. Because i know what you've gone through in the mental strength that it takes to get through something like this you can bring so many some Such a benefit to the listener. So thank you. Thank you for coming on my pleasure. My friend so mayor. Let's talk about that. You know put you were diagnosed with non hodgkin's lymphoma how how is that when you first found that out. Well i'm not quite articulate enough to describe what i call the dark days of diagnosis because there is there's not that just initial blow for me anyway. I think it's pretty fair with most people. It just seems to be a series of of days that you get hung up in what i call the dark days of diagnosis. Because you have to get your cell type They gotta look at what is going to be the treatments. There might be like in my case bunch of tests that you have to go through just to see if you can withstand the abuse of chemotherapy that you're about to endure. Which obviously. I didn't see coming any of it coming so i think the the overwhelming devastation of hearing that now the reality of that Because i saw the reality of it. Because i couldn't i don't think any human being could really conjure up in their mind. What would that be like if that was told to me. I find that impossible because shortly prior to my.

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Chicago Crash On Rand Road In Mount Prospect Under Investigation

TJ Stearns

00:55 sec | 9 months ago

Chicago Crash On Rand Road In Mount Prospect Under Investigation

"I'm going investigation into a rollover crash that occurred on Rand Road this morning. It's still shut down in mount Prospect both ways between Central Street and Henry Crews work out a crash with injuries in Hanover Park on Green Book full part east of Barrington, Rhode. Holds a crashing Hodgkins at 75th Hand of Willow Springs. No issues on the Edens Kennedy going outbound. Eight minutes to Montrose Express it 6 19 getting out to O'Hare inbound side 26 minutes over here to downtown 17 in from the junction. On the outbound side of the Ike. You're looking at 15 minutes for Wolf wrote 26 out to 3 90 31 minutes from 3 1919 in from Bolt Stevens and no delays, But the inbound exit ramp the inbound Ryan is all jammed up. On the Ryan out found is 14 minutes and 90 History Club minutes in about 57 4 lakeshore Drive all good. No soul spots on any of Illinois soul weighs 80 94 clear to

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Sheldon Adelson, casino mogul and GOP donor, dies at 87

AP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 11 months ago

Sheldon Adelson, casino mogul and GOP donor, dies at 87

"Casino power broker and top Republican donor is dead. Sheldon Adelson, the billionaire casino mogul and Republican mega donor and Influencer died Tuesday from complications related to treatment for non Hodgkin's lymphoma. He was 87 at Olson's death was announced by the Las Vegas Sands, the son of Jewish immigrants raised in Boston, Adelson became one of the world's richest men. Forbes ranked him the 19th wealthiest American, with an estimated $29.8 billion. Adelson, a staunch supporter of Israel. Well was closely aligned with the conservative Likud Party. I Mike

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Sheldon Adelson, Casino Mogul and Big Republican Party Donor, Dies at 87

AP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Sheldon Adelson, Casino Mogul and Big Republican Party Donor, Dies at 87

"Casino power broker and top Republican donor is dead. Sheldon Adelson, the billionaire casino mogul and Republican mega donor and Influencer died Tuesday from complications related to treatment for non Hodgkin's lymphoma. He was 87 at Olson's death was announced by the Las Vegas Sands, the son of Jewish immigrants raised in Boston, Adelson became one of the world's richest men. Forbes ranked him the 19th wealthiest American, with an estimated $29.8 billion. Adelson, a staunch supporter of Israel. Well was closely aligned with the conservative Likud

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Boston casino mogul and GOP power broker Sheldon Adelson dies

AP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Boston casino mogul and GOP power broker Sheldon Adelson dies

"Donor is dead. Sheldon Adelson, the billionaire casino mogul and Republican mega donor and Influencer died Tuesday from complications related to treatment for non Hodgkin's lymphoma. He was 87 at Olson's death was announced by the Las Vegas Sands, the son of Jewish immigrants raised in Boston, Adelson became one of the world's richest men. Forbes ranked him the 19th wealthiest American, with an estimated $29.8 billion. Adelson, a staunch supporter of Israel. Well was closely aligned with the conservative Likud Party. I Mike Rossia, Florida attorney

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Sheldon Adelson, casino mogul and GOP donor, dies at 87

Michael Berry

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

Sheldon Adelson, casino mogul and GOP donor, dies at 87

"Adelson are pouring in from prominent Republicans. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called the casino mogul and GOP donor a remarkable American, former President George W. Bush called Adelson in American Patriot. Sheldon Adelson, the founder of casino company, Las Vegas. Sands has died. He was 87. Adelson recently took a leave of absence from his company to be treated for cancer. The company released a statement saying the cause of death was complications related to treatment for non Hodgkin's lymphoma. Adelson was raised in a poor section of Boston and rose from selling newspapers to be one of the world's most successful entrepreneurs. He was a well known supporter of the Republican Party and President Trump. Boxes.

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Sheldon Adelson, GOP power broker, has died at 87

Chris Plante

00:21 sec | 11 months ago

Sheldon Adelson, GOP power broker, has died at 87

"Sheldon Adelson, the billionaire mogul and power broker who built a casino empire spanning from lost Vegas to China and became a singular force in domestic and international politics. His died after a long battle with non Hodgkin's lymphoma. The owner of the Venetian and Palazzo resort on the Vegas Strip was one of the GOP's largest donors. Sheldon Adelson was

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Two Found Shot And Killed In Parking Lot Of UPS Sorting Facility In Hodgkins, Chicago

John Howell

00:28 sec | 11 months ago

Two Found Shot And Killed In Parking Lot Of UPS Sorting Facility In Hodgkins, Chicago

"Violence at the Hodgkin's ups sorting facility in the southwest suburbs. Two people shot to death this afternoon. It happened in an employee parking lot just before one o'clock. Police are calling it a murder suicide. A semiautomatic handgun was recovered. We don't know right away whether the people who were killed did in fact work at that UPS facility in

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2 Found Dead After Report of Shooting at UPS Facility in Hodgkins: Police

Anna Davlantes

00:36 sec | 11 months ago

2 Found Dead After Report of Shooting at UPS Facility in Hodgkins: Police

"This afternoon and the UPS sorting facility in southwest suburban Hodgkins Hodgkins police say officers responded to a call of shots fired in the employee parking lot of the facility near 75th of Willow Springs Road. Rodney Cummings is the administrative assistant for the chief of police and Hodgkin's here's quickly responded to the scene and found two people lying on the ground unresponsive. Officer secured the scene and brought in paramedics. The two subjects were examined by paramedics and declared deceased. It's not clear if the two people were ups employees of firearm was recovered at the scene. Police say there is no longer a threat to the community. Indiana

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TG Therapeutics announces positive results for Multiple Sclerosis drug Ublituximab

Breaking Biotech

01:42 min | 1 year ago

TG Therapeutics announces positive results for Multiple Sclerosis drug Ublituximab

"The next company. I wanna to talk about is t g therapeutics ticker symbol. Tgt ex and they're now trading in a market cap of five point five billion dollars and we heard some news at ashley and then we heard a huge readout. Come out on thursday or friday. I believe of this past week on their. Ms data so very exciting stuff and what. They showed us at ashes. That umbrella said plus tax which is their molecule combination. Which they call you to. They showed that. It's superior to open new tuesday mab. Plus chlorine useful in patients with treatment naive and relapsed and refractory chronic lymphocytic leukemia and they presented their full data set from the face three unity. Cll study and this is a follow onto the top line data that they showed in q. Two twenty twenty. So i'm just gonna blow up the data here and the the data they saw and i'm just took the most important headline that i thought. Is that the hazard gratiot from patients that receive youtube versus. Oh plus h l was zero point five four six so what that means is that they have the risk of not maintaining progression free survival in patients that took you to which is a huge improvement in response from the standard of care. So this is great news for the company. it's really the the best kind of outcome you could expect from a follow on data released to the top line data so i think this is absolutely going to allow them to get approval. Nc l. l. And if we go back to our non-hodgkin's lymphoma list here. This is an indolent non hodgkin's lymphoma and they or they're planning to submit the be. La for this molecule and to the fda soon

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ASH 2020 Update

Breaking Biotech

05:21 min | 1 year ago

ASH 2020 Update

"So. I'm excited we back and we have a lot to get into and the reason for this is that we heard a number of from the american society for hematology conference. That just took place a couple of weeks ago. So we're going to talk about updates from trillium therapeutics tgi therapeutics actinium. Pharma and i wanna do a little bit of a follow on to my video about anna back with regards to their parkinson's disease data so we're going to touch on all of this stuff and Overall is a pretty interesting conference from some of the data. Updates that i saw of course i'm just going to focus on the companies that i'm interested in but then i'm gonna follow it up with a few other updates that we saw that led to huge increases in in their stock price. So have a lot to get into. So i'm just going to get right into it. And i think before we talk about the company's specifically i did just wanna talk a little bit about non-hodgkin's lymphoma and the reason for this is that to companies trillium in focus a lot on this disease and i just want everybody to be up to speed. So i've talked about non-hodgkin's lymphoma in the past. And i showed like a version of this slide. But i've included a few like prices of previously approved drugs for these diseases just so that we all have a bit more context on what we can expect in terms of a proper valuation for the companies. So just we all understand. Non-hodgkin's lymphoma characterizes a group of malignant lymphocytes cancers. These are known as he malignancies and lymphocytes as we know at their b or t cells and these are part of the adaptive immune system. They collect mutations such that they can grow and then deposit in different areas of your body leading to non lymphoma so they're characterized based on where the lymphocytes and of depositing also whether or not they're indolent or aggressive so the inland version are very slow growing. And they're not always emergency such that they don't need to be treated necessarily immediately but they need to be monitored so the decision to treat with any of the different treatments that event lined here is really up to the doctor themself. Now when it comes to aggressive versions of non hodgkin's lymphoma there's obviously more of a drive to treat and to get rid of this cancer because it's leading to significant side effects on the patient so just to give a little bit more context here the prevalence of non hodgkin's lymphoma and this is the all of them. So i'm just including all of them in this calculation it's around twenty cases per one hundred thousand adults and this is around seventy seven thousand patients in the usa per year so it's a significant patient population treatments out there. That exist are pretty numerous. Though so there's chemotherapies immune therapies targeted therapies. And then i also put radiation stem cell transplants. And then just to give a little bit of a description on the different one. So for indolent non hodgkin's lymphoma. Cdl small lymphocytic leukemia lymphoma marginal zone. Lymphoma cutaneous t. cell lymphoma so that would be on the skin now. All of these cancers have been aggressive version. So if the indolent version gets more aggressive it would turn into these types of cancers that include p tcl deal mantle cell lymphoma or burkitt lymphoma. So keep all that in mind. And i did just wanna put here. So i'm showing a chart from various corporate presentation on Talk about them but just to sort of frame What we can expect in terms of objective response rate of what we want some of the approved drugs already. They hit ours in the range of twenty to thirty percent and then the drugs that verizon was looking at they did a little bit better. But when we're looking at whether or not therapy is is good or bad. You need a reference to compare it to so depending on where they are in terms of the line of treatment. They're looking at and the mechanism of action in the side effects. If they can garner in objective response rate of twenty thirty percent in general that is seen as decent or approvable at least for the fda now it comes to price this is also pretty critical because when we're looking at understanding the total value or potential value of a company. We really have to look at the potential addressable market so drugs that have originally like longtime ago been approved for different types of non hodgkin's lymphoma reduction was one of the original ones and right now it's approved for first line non-hodgkin's lymphoma and i didn't get into the details because they do specific indications but generally a course of this treatment for four months costs around thirty nine thousand dollars so that's kind of the the floor and then there's another one here that's approved for second line or greater see. Tcl cost around twenty nine thousand per month in this zelina but then this can go all the way up to. Yes carta which is approved for third-liner deal as a gilead drug and the cost for that is three hundred seventy three thousand dollars per treatment course so there's a big range and the total addressable market for the entirety of non hodgkin's lymphoma is around three point two billion dollars. So you have to think of all of the approved therapies that are out there and if companies are going to try and get drugs on the market you know how much of that three point two billion are. They going to be able to get for their specific drug.

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Los Angeles Dodgers' Justin Turner pulled mid-game during World Series win after positive Covid-19 test

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

05:22 min | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Dodgers' Justin Turner pulled mid-game during World Series win after positive Covid-19 test

"Win three one, win the series and six, but being completely overshadowed one of the grandest franchises in sports winning the World Series Championship after three decade plus drought is being overshadowed by one player having to leave the game doing a positive corona virus tests and that is just turner but that is also so twenty twenty Jeff Passan is with us this morning Jeff have little more details on what went on that allowed Turner to be on the field for the post game celebration. Hasn't been nothing really allowed him to be on the field. He just chose to be field and nobody was going to drag off after he won the world series. He essentially said I'm going out there and nothing's GonNa stop me I want to pose with the trophy I wanna be with my teammates I want to choose celebrate like somebody WHO's won the world series for the first time and nothing was gonNA stop him and the fallout from that we're GONNA see over the next couple of days hopefully there. Are No other positive corona virus tests on the Los Angeles dodgers. But you know that all remains to be seen as does how they're going to get back to Los Angeles. When they're going to go back, there are a lot of questions still jeff. I don't put this on Justin Turner nor do I put this on the dodgers but how big of an indictment is this on the MLB? They're the ones that pulled him from the game in a there's the one that told him he needs to quarantine. When we see these Leagues Have Championship Games. There are people in the League office who were their security from league offices are there where where is the MLB and all this? Well I think the security tried to stop him from going on there but he you know this is a guy who's covert positive. So is security going to put their hands on him or are they GONNA to? Contract the virus themselves probably not, but they they didn't stop it from going out there and they did remove them and I. Think Rob Manfred got some questions answer about how that happened about what protocols were in place and why they weren't followed. Let me ask you this Jeff Obviously La in second biggest market for Major, League baseball outside of New York in the Yankees Major League Baseball don't want the headline story to be about covert the day after the second biggest market had just won the championship. Course not but I think regardless of weather. Justin Turner went onto the field or not it was going to be pretty interesting part of the story I. Think the fact that he did go back out there makes it a much bigger story now because there are questions, why did he go back out there? How did he go back out there? Who allowed him back out there? How did they not stop it? Jeff what are what are you hearing around the league this early morning about his teammates embracing the fact that he was able to join them for big celebration. GonNa go on up checks message here that I got from general manager. It's A super spreader event on live. TV. Welcome to twenty twenty. And I'M GONNA PULL UP A. Dm I got from an active player isn't here. Now it's nice, but essentially it's What the F. is going on. And that's kind of a thought around baseball and yet. You guys were players let let's put you in that same situation you gotten cut. Seven years ago, and this organization gave you a chance you blossom into an all-star to guy who gets MVP vote someone who's made fifty million dollars somebody who's a leader in the clubhouse and is seen as one of the voices and wants to celebrate this thing that he has worked so hard to celebrate. Would you have gone back out there As a teammate I'm okay with it I don't know if it was me dead had tested positive. I. Don't know because it would had to have happened in the moment and I would have probably responded reacted to my teammates, my coaches in people around me if they was embracing situation most likely I would have joined. But if Jay Wheel for instance is tested positive and he's my teammate I'm. Come on man we me. Yeah this is so subjective Jeff because I'm different I would have wanted to celebrate with my teammates. I just would've wore masks I would have done it differently but. turnage Justin Justin Turner did wear a mask out originally, but there were a couple of instances where cameras got him. He was talking to his wife taking pictures with her gave her a kiss mask was off and he was sitting down on the field for the team picture. To his left was the championship trophy to his right was Dave Roberts the dodgers manager who ten years ago was diagnosed with Hodgkin. Lymphoma. So He's a cancer survivor. He's the person who has a pre existing condition and Justin Turner daybreak spoke for mascots at that point now Dave Roberts told Fox later on I think it was something to the effect that I didn't touch him. but you know he was he was in the same vicinity wasn't for fifteen minutes wasn't close contact defined by CDC but the optics on it as Andrew Freedom and the president of baseball operations says not good.

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"hodgkin" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"hodgkin" Discussed on WTVN

"His non Hodgkin's lymphoma. The trial judge reduced that to 78.5 million. The appellate court's decision may make it tougher forbear to reach settlements with similar plaintiffs who have not signed on to a nearly $11 billion deal to settle 125,000 cases. Tanya J. Powers, Fox News troopers will be cranking down on the state's move over law. This week, too, State Highway Patrol will be more visible in the roadways, reminding people move over to a different lane if they see a law enforcement vehicle, with its lights on on the right side of the road or in a crash from 2015 to 2019 officers were involved in nearly 50 crashes where the driver didn't move over. At least one person was killed. The law exists in all 50 states Radio 6 10 w TVN sports. The NFL is trying to reach agreement with its players over safety protocols for training camp believe, proposing skipping preseason games altogether. NFL also says it will test players daily for covert 19 for at least the 1st 2 weeks of training camp. Rookies for the Browns and Bangles Shooter report Today. Blue Jackets are less than two weeks for the start of their Siri's with Toronto. They have a simulated game scrimmage on tap tonight in nationwide and the crew tonight trying to go to a perfect three. You know, Andrew play at the analyst is back tournament they face Atlanta, eight o'clock, ESPN to from the Central High 100 other sports stash map Accordions radio 6 10 W TVs I'm Scott Jennings stay connected the Columbus and Central Ohio on the hour 30 minutes passed and his news breaks partly cloudy. McGee. Some scattered showers and storms this afternoon high of 90 To most of that rain activity this morning West and north of Columbus. It's cloudy in 74..

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DON MULFORD: PRAYERS ANSWERED

THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman

04:07 min | 1 year ago

DON MULFORD: PRAYERS ANSWERED

"So my guest today. Don Mulford! This was a really great thing he he contacted me out of Just I. Guess He did a little search on on the Internet. And thought the show would be good for promoting his book. And his message and I said Yeah let's just do it. Man. I didn't even talk to him. I I just. He sent me this email. I said Yeah. Let's do it and I'm so glad I did. His book is called matchbooks in the tunnel how God and others? Solved my impossible problem. Cancer. And Dawn Story of. He is a minister and he was diagnosed with. Hodgkin's lymphoma and they gave them about ten years to live something like that ten twelve years, and he not only pursued the medical type cures, but he also pursued healers, and is now completely free of the cancer. He's not in remission. He does not have it and he is going to talk to us about that. Long, ten year period of how he. Sought out various healers and through the use of prayer. was able to overcome this This cancer and he has some other stories about other folks and some of the names of the healers he went to, and he's a great guy, great sense of humor. I love talking to them so here is this is Don Mulford. Before the podcast star we were talking about. Your spiritual approach to religion or the religious approach to spirituality. That's what we were deciding. How Don approaches his life a little bit. Because then we're going to get into your ear cancer survivor stuff. You're the first person whoever characterized it as that and it completely males The. Mantra which overstate in it, but. Is. True, largely in our culture is I'm spiritual not religious. And I. think that's a fascinating. statement by a culture by individuals who say that, too. Readily admit. That they are spiritual that's relatively new to just. We all you know, hey, I'm spiritual that they used to not be. Set or that openly stated in any way. in my parents, generations religion was a personal. You talk politics. You know talk talk religion. Now it's the opposite in terms of. Spirituality and so. It allows for. A lot of conversation, which is healthy especially right now while the world is today, to? Look at. In even talk over even with. You, don't know well. The spiritual aspect the. Spirituality what's going on today From. Saying you know this is what I believe. This is sort of the way to go him. Let me help you find a way to what I believe because I'm here to help you do that, people are. People will listen to what you believe not there to tell them to do it. and so. In having this generic. Topic of spirituality to As the entry point then it allows for really great conversations about even God and. and how we deal with the deepest. Feelings deep needs. We have so so it's a good place to be

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"hodgkin" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"hodgkin" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"Had been diagnosed three four five six years ago. I would have had none of that. I would have had no understanding of how could support my body. No idea what questions to ask. No idea who to reach out to you But instead I was completely blessed to have. All of those things alignment. I had already been supporting. My body was able to go into treatment very very strong. I was able to work with people that helps me navigate it from an integrative functional medicine approach in addition to traditional chemotherapy. She was able to recover very very very quickly. Because of all of those things I love that story I love how you you lump this into. You know I needed to have this diagnosis. Our in didn't need God knew exactly when that happened in. I always tell you because it's it's different for everybody. I love how you use traditional medicine along with all of the natural ways alternative methodologies to to support the body in that. That's that's okay. That's a great a great choice for people to be able to make And we have to make those choices that we can make together. You know individually and what works for us. I like how you talked about. The it was in your body seven to ten years prior to you even being able to know about that and it triggered me and I wrote down a note because I went to a democracy class. Have you heard of democracy so one of the things? They talked about You know is that in Tomography. They can do full body. Scans they can do partial body. Scans that type of thing? But they're able to detect your that an inflammation in the body seven years prior for instance a mammogram. Picking it up you know for like breast cancer was kind of the the thing that they were talking about just triggered me to think about that that on my word you know. That is a great option. If you know you've led an unhealthy lifestyle. Maybe you WANNA get a full body just to see. Is your body attacking different parts. You know there's places within the body and then you know. Obviously they can. They can tell you from that scan. Hey we think you need to do some further testing cutter. Yeah it'd be a great thing to air with on lab work some blood work looking for specific markers although I will say. This is kind of interesting as well. My blood work prior To treatment was pretty perfect so there was nothing even in Lymphoma Markers really that you had screen for. That would really flag a problem. It's funny it was Hodgkin's at you've got because you talk about the lifestyle you lived in the toxins that you exposed yourself to with the food choices in the personal care. Products are lymphatic. System is kind of our sewer system. It's what's removing everything out of the body. So it's interesting to me. That was the cancer diagnosis that you had. Yeah and it is It isn't very interesting diagnosis as well. It's actually a very wearing is less than one percent of cancer cases. Leave it to me. I'm a special flower. Good thing. That's a good thing but you know it is also very You know quote unquote treatable with Conventional Chemotherapy. So it's a really interesting It's a very very interesting answer and You know I would never say because some people say oh it's the easy cancer because it's treatable and stuff and maybe it's shorter term. I want to say There's no cancer. That's easy treatment sucks. There's no way there's no way of getting around that it's not it's not gonna be pleasant but one thing. I just really came to understand through. This process was Kinda makes me angry. Honestly the is that there are so many ways that you can support your body even if you choose conventional treatment which is so incredibly toxic in. I mean it is essentially takes your body to the brink of death itself to carry you and makes you very very different things and It really upsets me. That Integrative care here is not the standard of care. It almost seems like malpractice to me that people can put such high levels of toxins into your body without trying to at the same time. Protect your body when there are very validated proven methods. To do that in so it's It really accessible in one of the reasons I wanted to write. My Book is just so that you know you. You patients get diagnosed in. Sometimes they are so scared and they are so. I'm thrown into this unexpectedly that they're in treatment within week and they don't they don't really Know that they can ask questions. They don't really know that there are resources out. There that they can ask were Sh- they don't know that they are supplements that can support their bodies. They don't know that there is a way to eat. That can help with nausea or with helping to repeal your gut lining which is totally trashed from Alcazar fast dividing cells And there's all these different tools some that you can just incorporate yourself in some you can ask experts for help with in terms of you know supplemental support anything in. Your vitamin C. IV's and things of that nature that I incorporated myself and It's I just it. I want to get the news out there I know in also to I would I would encourage because I'm the toxin terminator. Get your hand off the fire. We cure the body of her. Hand is still on the fire so we have to do especially in the everyday things that we're using. I am with you one hundred percent. Kylian in this in this anger I just went through a situation with my parents where my mom had a transplant surgery and we are meeting with the transplant team. And my dad's words to the team are. My Wife's life is in your hands. What you tell us to do as what we're going to do..

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"hodgkin" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"hodgkin" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"You're not waiting to get the pesticides enticing Exposure like that so yash definitely agree option for healthy healthy people right not in. I don't recommend it to anybody who has been say diagnosed with on what is the. What is Celia Act Right? Now I mean if you have a true you know diagnosis. It's not just a sensitivity to it for sure and I do find that my body. I don't eat a lot of on pastas and breads and just because it doesn't do well with my energy I just signed and especially when you're post fifty. Those tend to go around the waist. Carbohydrates tend to sit right around my waist for me so I. That's just me. I found that I do better with my energy levels and my weight distribution in the body if I stay away from those types of foods and I definitely makes sense awesome so you had we kinda got off onto another tangent. I many times but We talked about fad diets. And Somehow we got into the whole gluten thing when we were talking about that which is which is why I love it but you you had a period of time and this is not you know going into Hodgkin's even yet where your poor choices in live doing these Yoyo diets and fad diets and different things that you're doing to your body all that you described that really caught up with you Can you talk to us about that? Yes so.

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"hodgkin" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"hodgkin" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And non Hodgkin's lymphoma researchers say most of the people they studied were white and so the findings may not apply to other racial groups they also say there may be other factors perhaps that generally healthy people are more inclined to exercise more people with an undiagnosed cancer may not feel well enough to work out health officials recommend around three hours of a combination of moderate and vigorous exercise each week for more health news go to fox news health dot com house call for help I'm him who sell box news how do you feel walking around in front of everyone knowing your stimulated K. N. S. T. E. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk walk proud this the new year launches fresh starts resolutions and in the case of the IRS new tax paperwork beginning now there's a whole new look for the W. for form about taxes to be withheld from your pay more from Andrew Cashner reporter at market watch Indy set this up the W. for for starters is that piece of paper that your employer will make you sell out like we on your first day of work saying how much money you want to hold back in federal taxes in what is happening here is after the new tax code went into a fact a couple years but they're finally getting around to updating it W. or so it helps the taxpayers date how much they want to withhold intact I said this is this is only relevant your for actually starting a new job in twenty twenty not if you're in the same job that you were at the end of twenty nineteen for example that's right now if you are at a job right now and you are fine with how much money you are all big back in your paycheck right now you don't have to do with that but if you are starting a new job in twenty twenty this is gonna be the people paper or electronic form that you're gonna have to fill out going forward it does seem like from reading your story there are some significant mistakes that you could make or mistakes that could lead to significant consequences I'm not sure that was necessarily the case on of the old form yeah what what's happening here is thought if we all remember the old one had you think like the number of allow it is and it was not numbered if this is but this is working at dollar is so if the the whole the whole there is eight it's a little bit more you know real life practical or people work doing it out but you're right there are some ways that you could be holding back way too much money and then get hit with a tax bill come April which no one one one one thing you do is if you're married in let's say your married and you're sick you're starting a new job but you are out is that at their old jobs you're going to fill out your form and you're going to make a withholding you've got to make sure that your spouse does the same thing to an end and indicate that they are also employed because if not they're going to be they might be holding back too much even though your even though you're holding back enough they might be holding back she much of it in that could be to attacks though at the at the end of the taxi speaker the education marketwatch reporter talk about the new W. for form what else to keep in mind here well one thing is they're going to again because they're talking in how much money you wanna hold back there it it is this new form is getting at questions of how much money is coming into your house to begin with and so it there's a portion of the work asking about all of the income that coming into your house and let's see your a single person and you have your job we often have a job on the side if you have a site help but driver or like that yeah but you think your new player might be back up a thrill to know that you're working a lot of hours beyond what they are after you there are ways to not disclose that it just go straight to say this is the amount of money I want withheld overall please enter enter Cashner reporter at marketwatch it is fourteen.

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"hodgkin" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"hodgkin" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"They should go only make companies and he is just so cute and I have people ask me and any any time why do some skin on and it tell someone that I had cancer when I was a teenager I had Hodgkin's disease which is a form of lymphoma later I ended up having leukemia which is is kind of a side effect of the of the chemo and radiation stuff I went through as a as a teenager people say well why don't you work with other you know the cancer organizations and I do and I have a and I have worked with the can and they're they're they're fine organizations but I struggled because they're such monolithic organizations they're so big that I never really felt like I was making an impact to the amount of time and money that I could personally give I never felt like I was making an impact but with the make a wish foundation I know exactly where my money goes I know exactly where my time goes and I know exactly the benefit of it I know when I make a donation and and yesterday I got my I'm putting my money where my mouth is yesterday I donated two hundred and fifty dollars to the stories of light and I I know that parents like you just heard are the recipients of that and I know I'm look I'm not I'm not curing a disease with it but I can track my dollar in my time directly to the people who are benefiting from it and I am making a change in their lives and I'm hoping to pull their families together and you know a lot of us a lot of us believe it is our duty to to share our money and to give the edge to our church to the nonprofit organizations I believe it is my duty to give away tion of my money and the make a wish foundation has earned my trust has proven time and time again that they are worthy stewards of my money and of my time and if I didn't think that they were were the stewards of money and time then I certainly would not be on the air asking for you to give your money and time as well so please believe me when I tell you that they are amazing stewards of your donations and you can make that donation right now we've set up many different ways for you to do it and all of these ways the money stays right here in the central and north Florida chapter it's one chapter.

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"hodgkin" Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"hodgkin" Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

"So you can buy a house and we woke up about five years later with about fifty thousand dollars in debt. And what happened was I took over the pastor of church here in Florida, and we decided that as pastor and leader disturbed. We don't want to lead people down that same the debt foundation Ramsey got on told me makeover edit about four or five times, and we got on fire as soon as we started that plan. Murphy moved in. And so we started in September two thousand seventeen and then what just one after another October came and my wife had a miscarriage. Oh, and it hit us pretty hard. It was going to be a second child. And we got through that for a little bit. We came to February and another miscarriage and really hit us really hard that time as two hundred thinking. Okay, we just going to give up or what? Right. And in the meantime, you know, we're paying off debt, but we're not focusing on it word, we're focusing on on just recovery emotionally in that and much comes. I get a car crash and total the car, and I was okay. If bad to go to car back, maybe once I guess, and but we got we got a good settlement on the car and continue down our journey recovering emotionally paying off that and then come June. We find out three year old has cancer. Get lymphoma, which is a non Hodgkin's. And so that I think that hit the most hardest, and then, you know, we maybe on colleges we got through that surgery had made his of Sloan test removed then to round the chemo later, he's in remission. Now, we praise out for that. Absolutely. Yeah. His his hair starting to grow back now. But he's he's full of energy and life, and we just thank God for him next to keep him here. So we got through that we got through the summer, and you know, started to refocus of good news coming. He's he's over the canton of that. So got to be focusing more on. Let's take a look at how much we paid off. And at this. How long take people get out of that. So instead of looking into our reporting bills that we find out we paid off thirty two thousand dollars in the meantime, while so we started out panic, but now. You all have walked through some trying times. There's no doubt. And that's the I tell you this as a here you talk. There's something in you. That is absolutely laser focused. You know, even in Walkin through those challenges that don't hear fear in your voice. I hear this rock-solid person that understands what he's doing wise doing it. And I gotta tell you something. That's contagious. What you hear his life can throw punches, but you didn't get knocked down. And if you did get knocked down, my friend, you didn't stay down. And I think that's a strong testament to you and your faith and sell because you know, the bible says adjustments all seven time to get back up again and Our our faith faith. in God. And he's he's gonna get through. And that's really what kept us going because, you know, without God's process, we would've lost hope the probably gone into depression. Now. You're absolutely right. My friend. Listen, I want you to know. I'm proud of you my prayers go out to you and your wife as well as your son, and I'll be praying for his health that he continues to get better. But also, I appreciate you calling in you being willing to walk through and talk through kind of some of those challenges, you will encourage some other people ASI, you a hub other people to realize what they can do what opportunities are in front of them. And I'm grateful for you. And I'm proud of you that despite those challenges you all got focused, and you attack debt paying off thirty two thousand dollars in debt as you move forward. So very very proud. Okay. Back on the phone. I got Austin down in Georgia Austin. How are you? Hey, Chris unfocused and not finish. How I liked that. This is VIP. Align. How can I help you? Yes. So my wife is twenty three and I'm twenty five or debt free, and we have a fully funded emergency fund. We're currently renting and saving for a house. And we only max out our 4._0._1._K raw 4._0._1._K's and Roth IRA totalling about forty eight thousand this year. Okay. Share what the increased contribution limits that'll be fifty thousand dollars retirement..

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"hodgkin" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"hodgkin" Discussed on KTOK

"Thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred doc Wallach is with us tonight. Out to Tyler in Texas. Go ahead. Hey. Sixty one years old. And I was diagnosed in twenty fifty with non Hodgkin lymphoma. Most of monoclonal antibodies combined with a thousand Canadian Hitler open label clinical study, and I'm doing real good. But see gambling three years, but I'd like to get some insight on Christian and the notes are shrinking anymore. Year and a half the monoclonal antibodies. But now, they're just stable, but there's a lot less smaller. But okay. Chapter thirty five to thirty five. Barfoot ten now you five eleven okay. See shrunk a little bit. Okay. Do you have any other issues a pressure diabetes arthritis? Yes, I have high blood pressure. And I take version of dial that. And it seems to work pretty well. And I'm also also have allergic asthma which I didn't have until I took allergy shots. We do that. Okay. The only have a few moments here. So I'm gonna kinda raised through this with a history of asthma. The says you have gluten problem. So you really needs to stay away from the bad stuff, fried foods, processed meats oils, and gluten no wheat brother are oats. No such thing as gluten free, oats. And let's see your six foot one. Did you say five oh five ten? In five ten. Oh, okay. That's right. You trunking is five ten if I've ten I'd like to see you maybe one eighty so we need.

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"hodgkin" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"hodgkin" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Hodgkin lymphoma difference was small but measurable and statistically significant Dr Peter Cole with Rutgers Cancer Institute says the study authors hope oncologists, use this info to have an informed discussion with patients families. Some people are more scared about the risk of the cancer coming back and others worry more about the long-term, Texas. Dino, flam me on New Jersey one zero one point five news jerseys, hospitals help save lives. They also help save our economy report from the New Jersey hospital association finds the state's acute care hospitals. Delivered a twenty three point six billion dollars boost to the state economy in two thousand eighteen jersey hospitals purchase three point five billion dollars in goods and services from other businesses. They pay more than nine billion dollars and employee salaries and those employees salaries generate more than five hundred million dollars in state income taxes that further support the jersey economy planning to buy or sell a home in two thousand nineteen New Jersey housing market looks strong so far as a shortage of inventory means higher. Demand higher prices lean Horowitz, president of New Jersey realtors. For twenty nine thousand nine says the median sales price for November twenty eighteen was three hundred fifteen thousand dollars a four point one percent increase from year ago. Moving into two thousand nineteen we're still predicting a very good strong market moving. Ready homes are the most desirable from Eleni oils and first time buyers because of affordability if they're putting the smaller amount of down payments. They don't always have a lot of money to do some house improvements. So they want open for plane concept. They love the white kitchen grade paint blue pain. They also. Want to be closer to the city's restaurants and shopping areas. Jen russillo. New Jersey one zero one point five news time on New Jersey's first news. Five twelve chief meteorologist and zero says a mostly cloudy fairly mild dry day today, but periods of steady rain become likely tonight and a wet Saturday for you Dan has an extended look at the forecast, and we'll recap our top stories next Steve trevelise, happy.

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