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"hologic " Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

07:36 min | 2 months ago

"hologic " Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"More closer relations between the various bodies is I think universally desirable, but in practice the ATP haven't suspended any of the tournaments in China. And in fact, seem to be, if anything expanding their presence there, which is a very different stance to the WTA that doesn't feel very united, is that an issue? For you? Well, as I said earlier in the discussion, the sport, I think that the communication amongst the various entities within sport as at levels that we haven't had before. I'm not saying we're all getting along and the Wimbledon and this issue is a good example. But we are communicating more than we ever have. We're doing more together than we ever have. It's hard. It's not easy to pull all these different groups together, but the effort is there. You know, on the ATP side, there are differences that for us, we had one of our members that was affected. They don't have a member that's affected there. They'll have to make their own decisions at this point in time would we love to have their support of what's going on what we're standing for there. And the issues, absolutely. But again, these are decisions that they have to make. We're not trying to influence their decision in any way. It has to be theirs. And again, I think it's part of the approach. This is our member. And that we're dealing with and it's not their members. So they're looking at this through a different set of eyes. So no WTA events in China in 20 22, what will the second half of the season which traditionally would see a lot of Chinese events what's that looking like? It's actually coming together very well. We worked with our members and wanted to come to a decision early in the year, whether we would be able to operate or not. We made the decision early that no matter why we're still trying to resolve the situation, even if it's resolved, we would not operate again until 23 so that we could build a fall calendar. I'd say in the next two to three weeks, we'll have an announcement which will reflect a fairly solid fall calendar we've made a lot of great progress in that space. A lot of credit goes to the members are promoters within the China region that have been working on helping us move these events around. It's been a cooperative effort, which has been great. And I do think we'll have a very solid fall calendar. There's still a lot of work to be done in this space, but we'll have a good fall calendar. John with reported today that the finals won't be going back to Mexico is that correct? Are we any closer to knowing where they will be going? We're talking to several different regions and destinations right now that are interested in the finals. So I'm hoping in the next month or so we'll have a direction as to where they're going to go for 2022. In terms of the stance that the WTA has taken over China did how direct in terms of cause and effect was that was that situation with the hologic sponsorship how, how big a factor was that principled stance that you and the organization have taken in in attracting logic? Yeah. Well, first, we couldn't be more excited about partnership than we have with hologic. I don't think there's very many times where you have two brands that align and sponsorship like this where things are such a line with respect to your goals and what you stand for and what you're working for. If it hadn't been a logic, I'm not sure we would have done an entitlement deal. But I think the alignment with hologic and women's health and all of the elements that they stand for, we couldn't have a better, a better partnership, and we're very excited about it. The China situation, I think, brought attention to them of the WTA. I don't think that they were thinking of the WTA at the time. So it certainly brought a level of awareness and interest in new organization. The issues and the stance that we've taken in the region was not the reason that they signed with us, but I do think it brought the awareness as to who we were and what we were about, which made them interested in having conversations with us. At the end of the day, the partnership has to work and the business has to work and we have to be able to deliver against the investment that's being made. And that came to us and wanted to make a difference. And, you know, I do think that they're going to make a difference for us, both from a women's health and awareness situation, but also, you know, they wanted to make a difference in new organization and we've already seen some very positive influences that have come from that and the initiatives that they're putting forth. How critical is the financial injection that they'll bring given the, you know, the financial impact of the chance on the stance on China? There's no question it was significant. To show that they wanted to make a difference. They worked with us and allowed us to structure our agreement in a manner which allowed us to really create stability within the central organization as well as it's allowed us to create growth and women's prize money and compensation, which is a critical element as well. They said they wanted to make a difference and they have. So it's been a significant partnership so far. We've felt the value of it tremendously. We certainly hope that there seeing it as well. I think they are. But obviously we've got four years ahead of us and hopefully it turns into 40 years. But I think they've made a difference and it's made a huge difference for the WTA. I think those are the big chunky topics covered, but just while I've got you, just a few other bitty bitty topics that I'd love to pick your brains on. On call coaching is the first of those. Something that WTA's really consistently stood behind. It was removed because of the pandemic. Do you want it to return? Will it be? Returning, what's the situation with that? Well, we've evolved on court coaching to coaching the in allowed from the side of the court versus coming on court. I'm a big proponent that I believe coaching is a part of sport. And I don't believe in hypocrisy. And we were being hypocritical, but coaching wasn't happening before. And I think we are a sport where it's not. We took the stance with encore coaching to allow for it. And now we've due to the pandemic..

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"hologic " Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

06:40 min | 3 months ago

"hologic " Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Lovely kids Charlotte and Madeleine there. That you heard in our intro, they are from the land down under. So hello to Tristan Charlotte and Madeleine and to all our listeners in the land down under and the world over. If you'd like to introduce an episode of the tennis podcast, you can either buy becoming a friend of the pod at intra level or upgrading if you're already a friend. Thank you to everyone who is a friend, there are tons of bonus excellent podcasts available to you already with lots more to come. The link to do so is in our show notes. This though is going to be our weekly podcast covering all things tennis news and results. Now, obviously those things at the moment vary from the tremendously depressing and troubling to luckily the odds sort of glimmer of light and uplifting news story and result and all those sorts of things. So look, we'll cover all of it. Some of it will be tough. That's just the way the world is at the moment, but we're going to start, I think, with tennis, we're going to start with the tennis this time, folks. And we're going to start with the two WTA tournaments that we've had this week. The two holodeck, if I said that right folks, I don't think I have that was my debut saying saying logic and I think I said it wrong. It's the new name for the WTA Tour they have a brand new title sponsor so we're going to start with our two hologic WTA Tour events that we've had this week and our winners Zhang shuai and Layla Fernández. Can we just rode back David and Matt and have review of my pronunciation of logic? Well, the beauty is by getting it so wrong initially you've now got it right and we've all, you know, we've accepted that there's a right way and a wrong way and now you're doing it the right way. So it's a lot. It was the first time I live alone so it was the first time I'd said it out loud we'd said it lots of times in whatsapps hadn't we I'd read it in the agenda I've read lots of articles about it but you know you don't know what's going to come out of your mouth until you actually say it. That's what happened just then anyway, if I correct to hologic am I right am I just about right there, Matt? I think so, yes, David sent me a video of someone from her logic, I think, pronouncing it. So we're on safe ground, I think, with that pronunciation. Great. And it's important we do get it right because this is just brilliant news for women's tennis and for tennis quite frankly. This was broken by Chris clary in an exclusive with The New York Times this week, brand new title sponsor for the WTA two hologic is a global leader in women's health and medical technology. It's a multiyear alliance, the largest global sponsorship in WTA history, WTA president Mickey Lawler also said it is their most important sponsor in their history. She said, as well as insulating the WTA financially at a time and they've taken their business out of China. This deal will allow them to boost prize money and get a lot closer to equality on that front with the men, and it's understood that the W stance on punctual and tournaments in China was the catalyst for this partnership. So it's really nice that principles can pay sometimes because it's so often presented and is in reality a binary choice between taking the moral high ground or giving into commercial concerns and I've always got Billie Jean King in my mind follow the money, follow the money, you know, it's very hard to do what's right if it doesn't also pay, you know? Because that is the world that we live in by and large this is a catalyst society. So for doing the right thing and for taking a stance on something to also be commercially beneficial, it's almost a, it's a relief as much as anything else. Enormously so it's ended up being a win win because it felt to us like Steve Simon was just doing the right thing. In terms of human behavior in rejecting China if they weren't going to provide assurances that he felt were needed around pung Shui's disappearance and her and her whereabouts and whether she was being controlled and coerced at all. And at the same time, that was always going to be a huge risk because you don't know when you're that far in with China commercially whether the tour is going to be sustainable. Certainly in a way that the tour has been in the past and wants to be in the future. And this is just a total win win because they've found a sponsor that feels completely aligned with what they are and who they are. Who is supporting them and apparently the deal was started from a conversation with coco vandeweghe's boyfriend and the head of hologic on the golf course they're having around a golf and talking about this new story around punctuating and the head of logic just said, I want to know more about the WTA and I want to know I want to be involved with them. I don't want to back them based on this story and obviously then conversations ensued and here we are. And it just it's something that Steve Simon alluded to at the time that he felt that values and principles could pay and should pay in this world and there's too few examples of that, but at the time when nobody else would have seemed to want to step up like this and stand up for what the tour would have believed in or other sports would have believed in and to just take the risk of that hit to come out with a new partner like this. I mean, they haven't had a partner for 12 years at title sponsor level last one with Sony Ericsson and that was a big deal back then. I remember when Sony Ericsson pulled out and how worrying that was for the WTA circuit and here they are with a partner that is financially worth more and you've got all the players. I don't sit. This doesn't happen on the ATP circuit when a sponsor signs up to support the tour that all the players say great news. This is huge. But that's what we're getting right now..

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MLK III: History to remember Sinema unkindly over filibuster

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

MLK III: History to remember Sinema unkindly over filibuster

"On on this this holiday holiday weekend weekend which which celebrates celebrates Martin Martin Luther Luther king king day day on on Monday Monday his his son son Martin Martin Luther Luther king king the the third third continues continues pushing pushing for for voting voting rights rights this this time time in in Arizona Arizona he he and and his his wife wife and and daughter daughter joined joined a a March March Saturday Saturday in in Phoenix Phoenix and and told told the the crowd crowd the the democratic democratic senator senator Kristen Kristen cinema cinema cannot cannot simultaneously simultaneously expressed expressed support support for for voting voting rights rights legislation legislation while while also also blocking blocking approval approval by by refusing refusing to to change change the the Senate's Senate's Jim Jim crow crow era era filibuster filibuster rules rules table table men men men men the the J. J. family family of of slain slain people people the the right right to to vote vote in in eighteen eighteen seventy seventy that that didn't didn't have have bipartisan bipartisan support support she she was was later later amended amended the the right right to to vote vote senators senators I'm I'm just just a a plant plant Hologic Hologic here here insurance insurance that that is is not not logical logical and and audio audio courtesy courtesy KNXV KNXV king king also also spoke spoke about about the the importance importance of of no no celebration celebration without without legislation legislation I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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"hologic " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"hologic " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of the year goes to the winner is that tightly held secret until the envelopes were opened The four The F 1 50 the Mustang monkey. It is the Hyundai Hologic before its president of the Americas, Kumar Go hold drug that double win, particularly rewarding in a pandemic year has included. A lot of the work had to be done. From home. A lot of the work had to be done in particular ways in the labs, and the awards were actually announced in a virtual ceremony. Jeff Gilbert CBS NEWS Detroit Boston public schools, They're planning to allow more students back inside classrooms in the coming weeks and months. City health officials and the teachers union both support the four phase rollout, which will begin next month. A special committee working on a new state seal and motto for Massachusetts are expected to submit their recommendations to state officials by October, 1st and a piece of history can be yours. The fall River home where Lizzie Borden's parents were killed is up for sale. Price tag. $2 million. You might have some of that cash to afford it. Last call for a double dose of Lotto lock here. CBS is Diane King Hall. Mega Millions in Powerball lotteries are offering combined jackpots of more than $1 billion. Tonight's mega Millions. Grand prices climbed to 615 million. Tomorrow's Powerball game is offering $550 million is only the second time both jackpots of top $500 million at the same time. You know what to say. You know what they say? You gotta be in it to win it right? 7 57.

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"hologic " Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"hologic " Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Household possession. Capable been reaching the lives of millions joined the Walter M. Sterling Club for Sterling on Sunday. Weather from Boston to La Hoya, This is Dr Dave. Well, Santa, Mrs Claus route off and a team of North Pole meteorologists are busily beginning to plot Santa's global excursion. For Christmas Eve only four nights away, Although I'm not privy to those secrets conferences, I do have the same climate Hologic Aled data so all those Saint Nick can travel across oceans in the Himalayas. He does prefer several inches of snow across rooftops. And with that in mind, I thought we looked at chances for a white Christmas across the lower 48. Chances are excellent, or nearly 100% for most of New England and upstate New York. Such a Syracuse and Buffalo, Watertown, Boston, Hartford and, of course, the Big Apple. We'll look at other locales in our next report. I'm Dr Divisor, staff meteorologist for Sterling on Sunday. Next weather at six and 36 past every hour. On Lee on sterling on Sunday and very Christmas holiday, said public radio. I'm Rachel Goldstein, Shabbas and the holidays Mean Public Radio is stepping up its fun drive happy how many's your public radio station is stepping up its fun drive during the holidays?.

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"hologic " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"hologic " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Weekend is going down the drain with showers and thunderstorms Saturday showers possible on Sunday in the morning Partly sunny looks like that will be the remnants of Laura on our Sunday Monday starts out the new week with some sun in the mid seventies. Not too bad, so it's a short term risk. Sharon Teachers are supposed to be in the classroom today to prepare for re opening for the kids. A double BBC's who's and sauce will who's on scene this morning says So far, it appears they're not showing up for work. Sharon Teachers Association says This is not a strike because teachers are willing to work just remotely. Kathy Pet C has a child going into the seventh grade who has special needs, And she tells Suzanne she supports the teachers. I know that education is super important, and I know that kids it's healthy for them to be with appears in school in a school setting, etcetera. But I feel like if the teachers don't feel safe, going back to school and being in a classroom setting, and they feel that they cannot teach Children and keep them safe. With the parameters of the dealing with whom I to tell them otherwise, meantime, Newton votes on their school reopening plan High school and middle school students. There are thousands and Newton will begin their year remotely. September 16th. There is also a hybrid program where elementary students will return to part time classes in the first few weeks will be phased in K through two begins in person. N BA games were called off last night after the Milwaukee Bucks refused to play right now, nothing official on today's games, But reports are they are unlikely to be played. ABC is Chuck's Iverson reports a handful of MLB teams Took the same stand. Three ball games were postponed, including Brewer's Reds. Milwaukee outfielder Christian Yelich says they've shown support for equal justice. Then came Who are our backyard, our doorstep and it was time to make a decision. Make a stand a stand in for the community that people that support us. It's our turn to support. Then roars manager Craig Counsell says the decisions purposes we have everybody take a second to understand. Something else that's going on. That's more important than what we love to do. An MLB statement is supportive. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Protest in Kenosha were mostly peaceful. Last night, a 17 year old suspect was arrested yesterday in connection with the killing of two demonstrators and wounding of third. And Wisconsin's top prosecutor reveals new information in the police shooting of Jacob Blank. Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Cool announcing Kenosha Police were trying to arrest Jacob Blake after getting a call from a woman that her boyfriend wasn't supposed to be their law enforcement deployed A Taser To attempt to stop Mr Blake. But the Taser was not successful in stopping him. Mr Blake walked around his vehicle. Open the driver's side door. And lean forward. He says Blake was the subject of the investigation but did not provide any more information. He also says Blake admits to having a knife, but it's unclear if he used it or threatened police. Right, BRO. ABC NEWS Kenosha All right, 10 away. Joining us from Bloomberg this morning is Mark Mills. Thanks for being with us. Mark, what's going on? Thanks, Laurie. Good morning, A 15 minute. Covad test from Abbott Laboratories will be priced just $5. It's been granted emergency authorization for use in the U. S. A breakthrough that could ease the bottleneck that has crimped much of the nation's testing capacity. Abbott shares up 8% in the early going Abbott's competitors Aire taking hits, though after the news, one of them Hologic of Marlborough's down 11% applications for jobless benefits came down a bit last week from the week before, but still stand over the one million mark. The S and P 500 moving higher, extending its record the SNP right now at four points, the Dow gaining 1 64. NASDAQ inning or known NASDAQ has turned down. It's off 2/10 percent mark males Bloomberg business on BBC Boston's news radio before you make up your mind.

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"hologic " Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"hologic " Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"News final respects this week for an unarmed black man shot outside a Wendy's restaurant in Atlanta ABC's Steve osunsami was there the prayer and the phrase in Atlanta for the almighty to watch over the soul of ray short Brooks his funeral at church that Martin Luther king junior once pastored was witnessed by some of the same city leaders who fired the officer who killed him and charge that officer with felony murder the youngest daughter of Dr king says she understands what it will be like for Brooks's children to grow up without their father ri chard Brooks's life matters and he should have been able to live to enjoy his family and watch these kids grow up into adults Brooks was killed June twelfth after he refused to rest and a D. U. Y. turned into a police shooting police have arrested one of the people they believe burn the restaurant down twenty nine year old Natalie white Colorado's governor appointing a special prosecutor to investigate the death of Elijah McLain here again ABC's Pierre Thomas in the wake of the death of George Floyd who died after a Minneapolis police officer put his knee on his neck this controversial police encounter with a young black man in Aurora Colorado is getting new attention Hologic McLean a twenty three year old massage therapists who loved playing the violin is dead because of a mis understanding it began with this nine one one call last August about a suspicious man walking just after ten PM on a Saturday night sort of that that that plane returning from buying ice tea at a corner store is wearing a mask his family says because he often got cold since he's anemic separate that Hey stop right there stop stop stop stop stop you because you're.

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"hologic " Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"hologic " Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"News final respects this week for an unarmed black man shot outside a Wendy's restaurant in Atlanta ABC's Steve osunsami was there the prayer and the phrase in Atlanta for the almighty watching for the soul ray short Brooks his funeral church that Martin Luther king junior once pastored was witnessed by some of the same city leaders who fired the officer who killed him and charge that officer with felony murder the youngest daughter of Dr king said she understands what it will be like for Brooks's children to grow up without their father ri chard Brooks's life matters and he should have been able to live to enjoy his family and watch his kids grow up into adults Bruce was killed June twelfth after he refused to rest in a do you why turned into a police shooting police have arrested one of the people they believe burn the restaurant down twenty nine year old Natalie white Colorado's governor appointing a special prosecutor to investigate the death of Elijah McLain here again ABC's Pierre Thomas in the wake of the death of George flowing who died after a Minneapolis police officer put his knee on his neck this controversial police encounter with a young black man in Aurora Colorado is getting new attention Hologic McLean twenty three year old massage therapists who love playing the violin is dead because of a mis understanding it began with this nine one one call last August about a suspicious man walking just after ten PM on a Saturday night you have to have that second plane returning from buying ice tea at a corner store is wearing a mask his family says because he often got cold since he's in the mix I suspect that it's not something I read stop you because you're being suspicious.

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"hologic " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"hologic " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Doses to take care of some three hundred million Americans would be an unprecedented achievement in modern medicine the president says there are fourteen vaccines being tested that do show promise vice president Mike pence adding five new members to the government's coronavirus task force as the White House increasingly focuses on efforts to re open the country safely and hasten the development of vaccines for covert nineteen his correspondent Brian shook among them are labor secretary gene Scalia and agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue who has already been a regular participant in meetings and briefings this comes after the trump administration considered phasing out the group but ultimately decided it would continue indefinitely other members are Dr Peter marks who is the director of the center for about Hologic's evaluation and research at the food and drug administration and Dr Francis Collins who is the director of the national institutes of health how about some good news this comes from Italy the government easing travel restrictions as of Monday people will be able to move freely inside the region where they live and then between regions starting on June third international travel to and from Italy also allowed to begin on June third Italy imposing nation wide lockdown rules in early March after it became the first country outside Asia with a major outbreak of coronavirus more than thirty one thousand people have died from covert the eighteen in Italy and while most of Los Angeles county remains under lockdown some cities appealing to local officials to be permitted to re open Rachel Kim of KCBS television spoke with Catherine Barker of the LA County Board of supervisors I think it's important for cities to be able to meet their own benchmarks and safely re open so they're not dependent only on the county in a letter to supervisor Parker this week Santa Clarita city leaders requested that they be allowed to speed up their re opening stages saying their infection rate for covert nineteen remains very low Santa Clarita has now joined Palmdale and Lancaster in asking for a regional re opening plan instead of following the entire counties order beaches are re opening in Los Angeles county but with some restrictions there is increasing fear that these coronavirus test results might not always be accurate test makers now promising to do post market studies to double check the accuracy of their products A. B. C.'s Kaylee Hartung with more STA is giving us a bit of a reality check as to what they're up against here saying no diagnostic test will be one hundred percent accurate user error often times comes into play here and puts those results that race you to think about these nasal swabs in the cold action technique that a technician could using gathering that sample how that sample is then taken to a lab to be processed the FDA is now alerting the public after it received fifteen reports from healthcare professionals and patients suggesting the test made by the company abit may return false negative results there will be a day when your back stuck in traffic until then rely on WBZ newsradio for the most accurate reporting on this pandemic will also bring you every press conference with the mayor the governor and the president we are in this together we.

"hologic " Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"hologic " Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"It got it this is the second test it we actually have brought to market it hold Hologic and did this test alone well I had one million test more per week for the country and right there in Tampa we have twelve machines that are already up and running able to do a thousand tests per day that we have over a thousand of those machines located in every state across the country it's over excited to get this test out and get everything running what was the problem before because I know the test the previous test involved different steps each requiring different types of supplies one of those we heard there was a swap shortage so what's the difference between this test in the previous tests yeah really it's that this machine is a high throughput highly automated machine which means that it does everything it needs to do on the machine and what we heard about the swap shortage back in January we started working with our supply chain in the unique part about this tested what Hologic provide it we give you everything that you need to run the test both from the early specimen collection with the patient the slot and the two big goes into all the way to what's called free agents and the chemicals that you need to actually run the test on our pamper machine SO one stop shop you have everything you need right from one source does this sound like a robotic machine that sticks a swab up your nose or what well that's what it felt it still collected from a healthcare provider however once that samples collected it goes to a lab in both small little hospital all the way up to some of the largest reference labs in the world and don't want to get the lab included on this highly automated machine so you're right once it's on the machine there are arms and there's different chemicals and it does all the chemistry right there on board a cancer is given in as little as three hours and how long you think it's going to be before we're able to test everybody in this country and how long do you think we're going to be and locked down yeah you know are part of this is just making sure that we put out as many tests as possible right now we're at a million tests per week ember increase important production every single day I don't really really up to the state governors in the local mayors to decide what's best for their area and with that we know our party just providing them enough have so that they can decide when to quarantine I want to let people get back to work well it's good to know that we're getting we've got more testing available here and better ways to do it that's the key in Kevin thank you for joining us on A. M. Tampa Bay this morning thanks for having me if you want more information you can go the whole logic dot com that H. O. L. O. G. I. C. E. dot com all right and it's Kevin thorn all then we appreciate it by the way you want to give a shout out to our other listener candy Lynch Mauser she used to work at I heart in fact did for twenty years at W. S. R. Z. in Sarasota and is no longer working there and then on top of that tested positive for covert nineteen errors right now at a local hospital in Inglewood and I hope listening to us right now and candy we hope you get well fast for sure we wish you the best it's eight fifteen then we go to the news room now and Chris trackman N. A. A. R. P. official calls the thousands of nursing home deaths from the corona virus pandemic of Pawling New York times reports more than twenty eight thousand residents and workers in nursing homes have been killed by the disease Elaine Ryan of A. R. P. says some were avoidable and says there's a desperate need for changes including all staff having mandatory access to personal protective equipment president trump isn't on the same page as the nation's top infectious disease specialist on re opening the country trump claims Dr Anthony Fauci hopes to play all sides of the equation when it comes to re opening from Colbert nineteen lockdowns the coronavirus task force member warned about re opening schools and the economy too quickly the judge in the Michael Flynn case is calling on a retired judge to argue against the justice department's effort to drop the case and investigate whether president trump's former national security adviser should be held in contempt of court for perjury bland pleaded guilty twice to lying to the FBI about his Russian contacts would later try to take it back I'm Chris Franklin newsradio WFLA knowledge exports from the ninety five three W. T. H. E. N. A. M. six twenty sports centre in merit Jacob said Reyes Siam award winner Blake Snell said the risk of returning to play this season it's just not worth it Major League Baseball and union officials are discussing a plan to start a pandemic the weight and abbreviated season which would start in July with players getting reduced play Snell said yesterday reply to a question on his twitch video game streaming channel with a two minute answer about how it's not worth risking his life for a lesser award last night was the second UFC event for days following UFC two forty died on Saturday at the same venue in Jacksonville eighteen years after his pro debut Glover Teixeira beat Anthony Smith with a TKO at one minute four seconds into the fifth round Teixeira has won four straight the NC A. 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"hologic " Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"hologic " Discussed on WCPT 820

"Mmhm Hologic and suffered the first Sefer hard if they're concerned Hologic and so for the first several hard everybody saying come on I'll be funny my sense is waiting I think the first thing he was saying was it Dickinson like I don't know about that in the Dickinson Adelani Anderson about her we're out of time yeah okay so yeah get all the all these Pompeo franchisee of my I see you soon rock will hold I was that joke and Jody Hamilton coming up yes definitely show the history of Air America lives here this is W. C. P. T. eight twenty Chicago's progressive talk where facts matter with your Mayo Clinic radio health minute I'm chapel said you've heard the warnings about limiting processed meats what should you put in its place you want to avoid replacing it with other processed foods so anything that comes in a box or a package Dr heather field suggest swapping out hot dogs and hamburgers for grass fed organic chicken breasts or black bean burgers or you could splurge and get some wild Alaskan salmon and increase the content of omega three fatty acids which are great for heart health and brain health and make vegetables the main focus of the meal you want to try to have half your plate filled with vegetables Dr field says green leafy vegetables and other colorful veggies offer the most vitamins minerals and anti oxidants and whole fruits for more of these.

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"hologic " Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"hologic " Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Be so there's not going to be three or four months is some people were saying and a lot of people thought originally but I would certainly look yes are you worried they haven't had the infection are lagging indicator we're going to start seeing pourtant issues one I think you all know a lot of our tasks I have had to go to hospitals at this time so that we can diagnose people who are at risk to give them options to get these new therapeutic options none of these therapeutic options are available if you don't know your diagnosis so we've been very much focused on that with adding abit thermofisher Hologic and now I'm Sophia platforms the new platform that is point of care but slower you know you got to match the throughput if they need it what kind of equipment you have now that we have all those platforms moving simultaneously we can go back to doing case finding and surveillance in the areas that have the most lower numbers as well as doing mitigation more aggressively and that places that have higher numbers we went out with a very blunt force I mean we have to all be honest we had to do that because we weren't sure where the virus was and where it is going I think over this week were concentrated on figuring out exactly where the virus is making projections about where it's going and the impact of our mitigation pieces we learn this and and tackling epidemics around the world you have to focus the resources and the intervention and the structural prevention interventions in the areas where the virus is circulating otherwise people never understand why you're doing this and they don't have any buyers so it has to be very tailored geographically and it may have to also be very tailored by age group really understanding who's got the greatest risks and understanding how to protect them but there's about three.

"hologic " Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"hologic " Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"That right now I don't know maybe October fix this issue share the president's optimism that we we might have a situation where we can say yeah there's a few hot spots but much of the with the message and it's going to be so there's not going to be three or four months is some people were saying and a lot of people thought originally but I would certainly let you know from the city I haven't had the effects are lagging indicators we're going to start seeing important issues one I think you all know a lot of our tasks have had to go to hospitals at this time so that we can diagnose people who are at risk to give them options to get these new therapeutic options none of these therapeutic options are available if you don't know your diagnosis so we've been very much focused on that with adding abit thermofisher Hologic and now I'm set the at five four seven is that new platform that is point of care but slower so you know you got to match the throughput if they need it what kind of equipment you have now that we have all those platforms moving simultaneously we can go back to doing case finding and surveillance in the areas that have the most lower numbers as well as doing mitigation more aggressively and the places that have higher numbers we went out with a very blunt force I mean we have to all be on us we had to do that because we weren't sure where the virus was and where it is going I think over this week were concentrated on figuring out exactly where the virus is and making projections about where it's going and the impact of our mitigation pieces we learn this and and tackling epidemics around the world you have to focus the resources and the intervention in the structural prevention interventions in the areas where the virus is circulating otherwise people never understand why you're doing this and they don't have any buyers so it has to be very tailored geographically and it may have to also be very tailored by age group really understanding who's out the greatest risks.

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"hologic " Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"hologic " Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Person speak to this team share the president's optimism that we we might have a situation where we can say yeah there's a few hot spots but much of the and I said soon it's going to be so there's not going to be three or four months is some people were saying and a lot of people thought originally but I would certainly suggest that haven't had the effects are lagging indicators I'm going to start seeing his favorites to important issues one I think you all know a lot of our tasks have had to go to hospitals at this time so that we can diagnose people who are at risk to give them options to get these new therapeutic options none of these therapeutic options are available if you don't know your diagnosis so we've been very much focused on that with adding abit thermofisher Hologic and now I'm Sophia platforms the new platform that is point of care but slower so you know you've got to match the throughput if they need it what kind of equipment you have now that we have all those platforms moving simultaneously we can go back to doing case finding and surveillance in the areas that have the most lower numbers as well as doing mitigation more aggressively and that places that have higher numbers we went out with a very blunt force I mean we have to all be honest we had to do that because we weren't sure where the virus was and where it is going I think over this week were concentrated on figuring out exactly where the virus is and making projections about where it's going and the impact of our mitigation pieces we learn this and and tackling epidemics around the world you have to focus the resources and the intervention in the structural prevention interventions in the areas where the virus is circulating otherwise people never understand why you're doing this and they don't have any virus so it has to be very tailored geographically and it may have to also be very tailored by age group really understanding who's out the greatest risks and understanding how to protect them but there's three.

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"hologic " Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"hologic " Discussed on 790 KABC

"Person speak to this team sure the presence optimism that we we might have a situation where we can say yeah there's a few hot spots but much of what I did and I said soon it's going to be of service are going to be three or four months is some people were saying and a lot of people thought originally but I would certainly suggest are you worried I haven't had the effects are lagging indicators I'm going to start seeing the same issues one I think you all know a lot of our tasks have had to go to hospitals at this time so that we can diagnose people who are at risk to give them options to get these new therapeutic options none of these therapeutic options are available if you don't know your diagnosis so we've been very much focused on that with adding abit thermofisher Hologic and now I'm Sophia platforms seven is that new platform that is point of care but slower so you know you got to match the throughput they need to know what kind of equipment you have now that we have all those platforms moving simultaneously we can go back to doing case finding and surveillance in the areas that have the most lower numbers as well as doing mitigation more aggressively and that places that have higher numbers we went out with a very blunt force I mean we have to all be on us we had to do that because we weren't sure where the virus was and where it is going I think over this week were concentrated on figuring out exactly where the virus is and making projections about where it's going and the impact of our mitigation pieces we learned this and and tackling epidemics around the world you have to focus the resources and the intervention in the structural prevention interventions in the areas where the virus is circulating otherwise people never understand why you're doing this and they don't have any fires so it has to be very tailored geographically and it may have to also be very tailored by age group really understanding who's out the greatest risks and understanding how to protect them but there's not a song.

"hologic " Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"hologic " Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Hi my name is Argha person speak to this team sure the presence optimism but now we we might have a situation where we can say yeah there's a few hot spots but the message and it's going to be so there's not going to be three or four months is some people were saying and a lot of people thought originally but I would certainly suggest are you worried that haven't had the effects are lagging indicator is going to start seeing two important issues one I think you all know a lot of our tasks I have had to go to hospitals at this time so that we can diagnose people who are at risk to give them options to get these new therapeutic options none of these therapeutic options are available if you don't know your diagnosis so we've been very much focused on that with adding abit thermofisher Hologic and now I'm Sophia five four seven is that new platform that is point of care but slower so you know you got to match the throughput if they need it what kind of equipment you have now that we have all those platforms moving simultaneously we can go back to doing case finding and surveillance in the areas that have the most lower numbers as well as doing mitigation more aggressively in the places that have higher numbers we went out with a very blunt force I mean we have to all be honest we had to do that because we weren't sure where the virus was and where it is going I think over this week were concentrated on figuring out exactly where the virus is making projections about where it's going and the impact of our mitigation pieces we learn this and and tackling epidemics around the world you have to focus the resources and the intervention in the structural prevention interventions in the areas where the virus is circulating otherwise people never understand why you're doing this and they don't have any fires so it has to be very tailored geographically and it may have to also be very tailored by age group really understanding who's out the greatest risks and understanding how.

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"hologic " Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"hologic " Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Gonna turn to the presidential race senator Bernie Sanders joins me now C. span radio this is NBC's meet the press welcome back whoever said a week is a lifetime in politics apparently was underestimating things considered the democratic race for president Joe Biden started off as a front runner then after Kamilla Harris had her moment in the first debate and sent Biden's numbers tumbling Elizabeth Warren's impasse Harris briefly took the lead but faded just as fast romping Michael Bloomberg to become a center left hope against Bernie Sanders until Bloomberg's debate face plant left the surging Sanders as the prohibitive favorite only to see him crash and super Tuesday leaving that's right Joe Biden has once again the supposed front runner the states the vote over the next two Tuesdays would seem to put Biden on a potential glide path to the nomination but remember eight days ago that glide path seem to belong to Sanders and if we've learned anything it's that this race can change in a hurry joining me now is democratic presidential candidate senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont senator Sanders welcome back to meet the press good to be with you I wanted before I get to the campaign I want to start with the issue of the spread of this coronavirus what would your response look like as president Sanders very different than what president trump is doing unlike trump I believe in science I would not appoint somebody like Mike pence ought to be the head of the effort pence's record in terms of a disease in terms of a try the outbreak of was not a good one we have to have confidence among state officials all over this country and people all over the world so we need scientists running the operation operation docks pence second of all you cannot have a president who everyday is saying absurd things I mean how doing the fact I think just the other day that he has somehow very very knowledgeable on the issue which he clearly is not knowledgeable about we have to work with the entire world reach out we have to adequately fund the National Institute of health and the CDC we need regular reports coming from leadership in Washington the state officials all over this country we have to make sure that doctors nurses all over America are protected as they do their job because of they get the virus we're going to be totally unprepared to deal with the general population we don't have adequate test kits right now we don't have ICU units in all of them hospital to nurses will tell you that they have not received the kind of instructions and preparations that they need there's a lot of work to be the bottom line is from Washington the American people need to know that there are scientists there are doctors while running the operation communicating with people all over the world because this is a global crisis when I sing that in Washington from trump I I just have spoke with Dr Anthony Fauci yeah I know you know know him well knows reputation while he said the following this morning he doesn't think people over certain age should be traveling right now particularly not going on a cruise if you have an underlying condition that there really does need to be some sort of self quarantining of sorts or are being careful going into large groups let me ask you this is your campaign made a decision on whether to hold large rallies right now well that's the decision we just held a rally in Chicago yesterday that happens with about fifteen thousand people out and and what I will tell you all we are talking to public health officials all over this country obviously what is most important to us is to protect the health of the American people this is an issue obviously not just for our campaign right this is an issue for the National Basketball Association earns an issue for every organization in this country that has large events so all I can tell you is that it is an issue that we are looking up we're talking to public health I was just gonna say who makes that call for you I mean if the statement you know in the public health official Michigan says you know what I know you have a big rally scheduled here at wherever it is if they say don't do it you're not gonna do it look we're not going to obviously we're not going to endanger the health of anybody in this country but again this is an issue that every organization every candidate now has got to deal with let me go to this state of the campaign and is specifically Michigan Michigan was the start of your come back the last time how important is it to you this time well Michigan is obviously very important that's where I am right now I'm in grand rapids all we're going to be holding a rally later in the day in an almost to my mind I think we got a real shock to win here in Michigan because the agenda that we are talking about is an agenda that works for the working families of this state and Furthermore it really contrast my views with Joe Biden now the way down to a two way race I think it is clear from the American people to see where Martin's record is what my record is and one of the issues as you well know that here in Michigan trade has been a disaster trade agreements like nafta and permanent normal trade relations with China which forced American workers to compete against people making pennies an hour has resulted in the loss of a hundred and sixty thousand jobs here in Michigan some four million jobs all over this country are helped lead the effort as you may recall against these disasters fragrance I work with the unions not with the CEO was a large corporations on the other hand Joe Biden strongly supported of these agreements I don't think you could also take a look at these campaigns and the people in Michigan on the senseless how we raise our money Joe Martin has received funding from home sixty billion as we're receiving money from working class people all over this country I think people instinctively are you stand yep that when you are indebted to billionaires and super pacs you're not going to stand up for the working families of this country the way you have to are you concerned that the Joe Biden can say Hey look at the Obama Biden administration did for the auto industry and that counters your trade argument I mean and and that is particularly in Michigan that that will resonate stronger than than some of your trade arguments well I don't think so look obviously everybody work together to try to save the automobile industry but right now what you're saying is in many one of the three of you you voted against that belt I go to bed to bail out I did vote against the Wall Street bailout you're absolutely right because I do not believe that the crooks on Wall Street should've been bailed out but that this country yeah I understand sometimes you have to make that choice but the bailout was a disaster in my view was that the billions in this country should have bailed out Wall Street not working families and by the way Wall Street got trillions of dollars in zero interest loans and direct gift from the taxpayers of this country that was a mistake I want to get you to react to something as you were talking about contrasting your record with Joe Biden's record he's up with an ad that pushes back at U. particular so security take a listen to it super.

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"hologic " Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"hologic " Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"I know I wouldn't lead you wrong for a very good reason I'm the president Hologic I can accept this moronic approach if it were a hundred percent of the K. if it were four percent on the tax first name is good thing the first on the commercial ever came on the air I didn't know what it was for I was watching television it came on I was looking out of the week it's hard to pay homage children under two years old I'm not fooled by that that is funny here Australian aborigines are not fooled by the a hundred percent undetectable looks like a piece a letter so here's what I wanna do one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five give me a commercial from your youth thank you still remember the at the pitch man be it the guy you know was that the owner of the company that you remember was it a jingle that you remember was it a slow game that you remember one eight hundred two eight three eight one one point five years they still make the product they stick with television I don't want her any radio people but specially current radio people especially our sponsors but give me a commercial did you remember from your youth because that's the mark of good advertising that's the mark of mad men when commercial good Leo thirty forty fifty years later or even twenty thirty forty years later it's still resonate in your head when you're in the store when you're in the grocery store and you turn the dial and you see a product do you remember do you think of a jingle in your head that hasn't been on in years think about it one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five M. Steve trouble is his new Jersey won a one point five as traffic.

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