35 Burst results for "Immunologist"

China's success taming virus could make exit strategy harder

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 7 months ago

China's success taming virus could make exit strategy harder

"Experts experts experts experts say say say say China's China's China's China's zero zero zero zero tolerance tolerance tolerance tolerance virus virus virus virus strategy strategy strategy strategy could could could could drag drag drag drag out out out out the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic in in in in that that that that country country country country most most most most experts experts experts experts say say say say the the the the corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus isn't isn't isn't isn't going going going going away away away away and and and and believe believe believe believe it it it it could could could could eventually eventually eventually eventually become become become become endemic endemic endemic endemic like like like like the the the the flu flu flu flu through through through through infections infections infections infections and and and and vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines the the the the theory theory theory theory is is is is that that that that the the the the virus virus virus virus is is is is running running running running out out out out of of of of people people people people to to to to in in in in fact fact fact fact but but but but experts experts experts experts worry worry worry worry that that that that China China China China is is is is not not not not seeing seeing seeing seeing the the the the same same same same dynamic dynamic dynamic dynamic the the the the government's government's government's government's uncompromising uncompromising uncompromising uncompromising approach approach approach approach has has has has protected protected protected protected hospitals hospitals hospitals hospitals and and and and prevented prevented prevented prevented deaths deaths deaths deaths that that that that also also also also means means means means most most most most people people people people in in in in China China China China have have have have never never never never been been been been exposed exposed exposed exposed to to to to the the the the virus virus virus virus new new new new study study study study suggests suggests suggests suggests China's China's China's China's most most most most widely widely widely widely used used used used vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines offer offer offer offer significantly significantly significantly significantly less less less less protection protection protection protection than than than than the the the the leading leading leading leading western western western western vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines against against against against the the the the Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron variant variant variant variant immunologists immunologists immunologists immunologists say say say say that that that that if if if if the the the the country country country country of of of of one one one one point point point point four four four four billion billion billion billion people people people people were were were were to to to to relax relax relax relax restrictions restrictions restrictions restrictions it it it it could could could could face face face face a a a a terrible terrible terrible terrible servers servers servers servers despite despite despite despite a a a a highly highly highly highly vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated population population population population in in in in Hong Hong Hong Hong Kong Kong Kong Kong chief chief chief chief executive executive executive executive Carrie Carrie Carrie Carrie lam lam lam lam defended defended defended defended the the the the government's government's government's government's approach approach approach approach on on on on those those those those strategies strategies strategies strategies we we we we strengthen strengthen strengthen strengthen our our our our capacity capacity capacity capacity to to to to tackle tackle tackle tackle these these these these episodic episodic episodic episodic outbreaks outbreaks outbreaks outbreaks in in in in order order order order to to to to suppress suppress suppress suppress the the the the spread spread spread spread of of of of the the the the variant variant variant variant as as as as soon soon soon soon as as as as possible possible possible possible so so so so that that that that that that that that will will will will not not not not be be be be a a a a massive massive massive massive committee committee committee committee I'll I'll I'll I'll break break break break I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king

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Israel's Shocking Vaccine Admission

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 7 months ago

Israel's Shocking Vaccine Admission

"Israel having a very sophisticated healthcare system having an incredible research team at their disposal has had one of the worst responses and handlings of this pandemic. Now Israel is far from a third world country. They are a first world country. And in fact, if you look up GDP per CAPiTA, Israel is about 35, but if you removed parts of the West Bank and you really only counted the non disputed parts of Israel, I guarantee Israel would move up in the top ten of GDP per CAPiTA. It's one of the wealthiest countries on the planet. Makes you wonder, it should make you wonder, makes me wonder, how is it that a wealthy country with such incredibly talented scientists, they're not dumb? They're not a dumb society at all. How did they get into a situation? Where you look at the handling of the virus, it is an objective failure. Professor Ehud qimron, head of a department of microbiology and immunology at Tel Aviv university, and one of Israel's leading immunologists. Last week denounced what he called the Israeli government's mismanagement of the pandemic. He said quote, two years late, you finally realize that a respiratory virus can not be defeated and that any such attempt is doomed to fail. You do not admit it, because you have admitted almost no mistake in the last two years. But in retrospect, it is clear that you have failed miserably in almost all of your actions, and even the media is already having a hard time covering your shame. This letter is extraordinary. You guys should check it out. He continues by saying that the reported side effects of the useless lockdowns have quote destroyed Israeli and Jewish children and their future.

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Dr. Zelenko on the Ebola-Like Virus Raging Through China

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 7 months ago

Dr. Zelenko on the Ebola-Like Virus Raging Through China

"Doctor zelenko, there are whispers from doctor Malone and other people that I trust that there is a potential Ebola like virus raging through China that might be something completely different. What have you heard about this? And do you think it just might be hysteria gone wild or do you think that there might be another mutant or a mutation? I should say that might have been caused by the mass inoculation strategy that we underwent. So you're referring to a virus that's causing hemorrhagic fever and bleeding. That's not a coronavirus. It's more similar to the Ebola virus. I became aware of my 6 months ago, living research and dissipating potential other threats into smallpox. Marburg virus was developing the Russians and used as a bio weapon. So I looked into it cell biology. It turns out it's a single strand RNA virus, which is in the same kind of pathway as influenza virus and COVID, even though it's much, much more lethal. So I could think around 30% lethality. And so in anticipation of a potential thread from such a virus, I spoke to a query ten of the leading immunologists and researchers that I know. And most of them had no idea. I just spoke to doctor Malone and he didn't know either and he was looking into who's the expert in the government on my burglars. However, I've had a colleague from Germany, doctor Roland Darwin, and I asked him to hear, look, we have an RNA polymerase to replicate. Do you think the zinc ionophore zinc approach would work? And he said, yes.

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Dr. Zelenko on the Latest Developments With Omicron

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 7 months ago

Dr. Zelenko on the Latest Developments With Omicron

"Doctor zelenko is here back by popular demand in the Charlie Kirk show doctor. How are you doing? I'm doing great. How are you? Very good. Thank you, and thank you for joining us. There's so much I want to get into. Let's just start with since the last time we talked, amaran has come onto the scene. What are you seeing in your patients? What do you believe on Macron is? And do you think there's anything to the argument that this might have been developed in a lab as a form of a vaccine through natural transmission? Do you think there's any truth to that? So first of all, all Macron is unstoppable. It's more infectious than measles. Everyone will get it. And it's also not dangerous. It attacks the upper airway. In most cases, it doesn't touch a lower airway. And so you'll get a cold. So it really is in dangerous. Regarding the origin of variants, you have to look at it and three possibilities. One is that it's a natural process. Let's say God is causing it because viruses have a natural mutation rate. It helps them adapt and survive. Look man figure who won the Nobel Prize. Finally HIV in 2008, doctor suffered badly who is the most published imminent immunologist in the history of the field. And that the men involved one of the top immunologists from Netherlands. They all said the following that if you vaccinate people during active pandemic, you breathe

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A US Based Virologist Warns Parents Against Vaccinating Kids

The Larry Elder Show

01:09 min | 7 months ago

A US Based Virologist Warns Parents Against Vaccinating Kids

"There is a piece in epoch times. About Robert Malone, virologist, immunologists, who contributed significantly to the technology that allowed us to develop these kinds of vaccines. Here's what the headline is. Think twice before you vaccinate your kids. Doctor Robert Malone Warren's parents, on COVID-19 shots, as you know, during the campaign when I ran for governor, I was asked by Joe Johns of CNN about Maxine vaccine for children. And I said, one more time, children are not likely to get sick. Not likely to get seriously sick, not likely to be hospitalized and certainly not likely to die. And they showed that, and then Joe John's voice over said, but that's not true. According to the CDC, yada bloch et cetera well, this is doctor Robert Malone, who contributed a great deal to the technology that was used to develop these vaccines. Here is what he said and I'm quoting. Think twice before you vaccinate your kids. Because if something bad happens, you can't go back and say, whoops, I want to do a do over.

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Dr. Harvey Risch: Drugs Politicized by Media Could've Saved 80-85% of COVID Patients

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 10 months ago

Dr. Harvey Risch: Drugs Politicized by Media Could've Saved 80-85% of COVID Patients

"Doctor Fauci's almost 81 years old That's enough already He should be out of office He's not irreplaceable Fact is easily replaceable He's made some lousy decisions I had on my Fox program last night as many of you know Doctor Harvey rich Whose world renown He's a immunologist from Yale And he said all these drugs That they politicize Hydroxychloroquine and on and on and on he listed any thought He said that could have saved 80 to 85% of the people who died if we had aggressively given it to people early on Is that not shocking And these drugs they're not toxic drugs they've been around for decades The inter mice and the inventor of that got a Nobel Prize for medicine And so seen in mocks it as you know that Joe Rogan's situation as a horse dress It's not a horse drag It's a human drug Sometimes they have multiple benefits for horses It's like gabapentin gabapentin is a human drug but sometimes you give it the dogs and other animals because it has a positive effect in terms of relaxing muscles and so forth So what That make it a dog drug Or the other one a horse drug No you only do those things If you're fraudulent phony reporters pushing an agenda who basically burp up and spew whatever the government tells you to burp up and spew as long as the government's in the hands of a

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Professor Files Lawsuit Over University Vaccine Mandate

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:43 min | 11 months ago

Professor Files Lawsuit Over University Vaccine Mandate

"Welcome back by friends. I'm dennis prager and a professor on todd. Zoecke z. y. W i c k by a professor of law george mason university and a fellow at the cato institute in august believe it was august. Let me see here. you wrote a piece in the The wall street journal was august professor. There why gogga's that's right down is so you wrote a about why you're not going to follow your universities. Demand that you get a vaccination for cans covert in order to be able to return to campus and you cited the fact that you had in fact cova and in fact was was when you took tests. You've had the antibodies to kovin. They stay continued to stay in your body and so you sued. george mason. Is that correct cats correct and it's okay. Yup no no you go ahead. Yeah so i so. I tried to resolve this the nice way. Then it's wages. I tried to torch mason claims to the place the respect science that Respects truth so. I reached out over the summer After i contacted by immunologists and i did a full immunity workup including an anti bodies tests. That showed that my anybody's level With comparable to somebody who had been fully vaccinated And And there's more there's more than you needed that but this is sort of a slam dunk case is this is how you measure of somebody's immune protection listens how they measure whether somebody needs a booster shot for any for any disease whether it's measles or covert or anything else And so. I reached out. And i said here's here's the evidence They blew me off. I reached out to again. And i'd attached an affidavit from my immunologist as well as to leading public Stoller sir. I'm sure you're familiar with jay body charge at stanford martin cool dorks harvard. The presenting all the evidence to show this george mason again. Just blew me off Issue their policy saying that everybody had to get back and and so i reached out to the new civil liberties alliance at that point and some ask them to represent me so we brought a lawsuit eventually george mason and they're giving the medical exemption after all this In civil and changed the rules so that wasn't being disadvantaged as much as i had so the lawsuit itself has been resolved. But now there's you know many cases now following raising the same issue as vaccine mandates of spread around the country.

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What Happens to Viruses After the Immune System Eliminates Them

The Pulse

02:20 min | 1 year ago

What Happens to Viruses After the Immune System Eliminates Them

"On their own. Viruses are pretty much helpless and they are one hundred percent dependent on infecting cells. This is catalina lopez. She is an immunologist at washington university. School of medicine in saint louis. They cannot go anywhere. They basically can replicate outside ourselves. They they would just disappear. Viruses are dependent but they are sneaky. They get into cells and use their infrastructure to replicate to infect another cell and another one amplified themselves and multiplied themselves. Always using taking advantage like parasites. Are they alive. That's a really good question Well what defines something being alive. I don't know. I think they are really good. And taking advantage of life things to keep propagating but since they're completely dependent. I think i think there's aspects of the definition of live that may may not apply to viruses so they may not be fully alive but like zombies. They can also be really hard to fully kill to get rid of the virus. The immune system has to kill infected cells but cavallina says many viruses find ways to hide for a lot of viruses. We know not larger more complex viruses. We know that they have strategies to stay that. Allow them to hide they infect itself from this immune response for example so this infected cell is not seeing and then if you don't eliminate killer clear it then you will have that virus always hanging around in your body sticking around in any way possible and we're finding with more sophisticated tools. Just not looking for actually fully competent viruses but looking for elements of the virus. It's genetic material. Maybe it's proteins. If we go and look for those little pieces of the virus in the body what are starting to find that a lot of this virus actually are montaigne for a long time in the body

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COVID-19 Long Haulers Get Specialized Help

60-Second Science

02:13 min | 1 year ago

COVID-19 Long Haulers Get Specialized Help

"Early. In the pandemic there were some reports of people with odd symptoms such as fatigue and memory issues that continued long after their acute infection. Now these long haulers are getting some specialized help more and more. Data's coming out about long cohen. That's serious physical and mental effects that can last half the year after people. I get infected. The latest study came out last week in the journal. Nature medicine researchers looked at health records for a few hundred people in bergen norway. That was almost everyone in the city. Diagnosed with cohen. During several months in twenty twenty overall sixty one percent of the group had symptoms six months after they were first infected. Their most common problem was fatigue followed by difficulty concentrating. Disturb smell or taste memory trouble and a hard time breathing to striking things about these patients. One was that many had just a mild or moderate case of kobe at the star. The other was that a were young age. Sixteen to thirty other. Studies have reported similar symptom cluster. Such as one by university washington. Researchers that found about thirty percent of people was covered. Had these lingering troubles to doctors know what's causing these problems. That still a mystery. Tanya some people have organ damage related to the virus infection but some do not doctors are trying to figure out how best to treat them. Siam contributor melville newsome wrote this week about new covered recovery clinics that treat the whole patient rather than making people run from a lung doctor to a neurologist to an immunologist patients say the coordinated care helps and they feel more hopeful since they're being taken seriously and not dismissed as crank cases the nih is also taking it seriously spending about a billion dollars to study the disease. It now has an official job breaker of name post acute so calais of sars kobe to infection melba notes. However there's racial imbalance showing up at these clinics overwhelmingly. The people referred there are white but people of color are more likely to get cove it so access barriers. Such as lack of health insurance are likely keeping care away from many people who need it. It's yet another burden added to the healthy body. that's already hurting people. In the

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New Data Released on Long Covid

60-Second Science

02:08 min | 1 year ago

New Data Released on Long Covid

"Early. In the pandemic there were some reports of people with odd symptoms such as fatigue and memory issues that continued long after their acute infection. Now these long haulers are getting some specialized help more and more. Data's coming out about long cohen. That's serious physical and mental effects that can last half the year after people. I get infected. The latest study came out last week in the journal. Nature medicine researchers looked at health records for a few hundred people in bergen norway. That was almost everyone in the city. Diagnosed with cohen. During several months in twenty twenty overall sixty one percent of the group had symptoms six months after they were first infected. Their most common problem was fatigue followed by difficulty concentrating. Disturb smell or taste memory trouble and a hard time breathing to striking things about these patients. One was that many had just a mild or moderate case of kobe at the star. The other was that a were young age. Sixteen to thirty other. Studies have reported similar symptom cluster. Such as one by university washington. Researchers that found about thirty percent of people was covered. Had these lingering troubles to doctors know what's causing these problems. That still a mystery. Tanya some people have organ damage related to the virus infection but some do not doctors are trying to figure out how best to treat them. Siam contributor melville newsome wrote this week about new covered recovery clinics that treat the whole patient rather than making people run from a lung doctor to a neurologist to an immunologist patients say the coordinated care helps and they feel more hopeful since they're being taken seriously and not dismissed as crank cases the nih is also taking it seriously spending about a billion dollars to study the disease. It now has an official job breaker of name post acute so calais of sars kobe to infection melba notes. However there's racial imbalance showing up at these clinics overwhelmingly. The people referred there are white but people of color are more likely to get cove it so access barriers. Such as lack of health insurance are likely keeping care away from many people who need it.

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"immunologist" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"immunologist" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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Poll: Most in US Who Remain Unvaccinated Need Convincing

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Poll: Most in US Who Remain Unvaccinated Need Convincing

"Fewer Americans are reluctant to get a covert nineteen vaccine then just a few months ago but most were main unvaccinated need convincing in AP in a worse the center for public affairs research poll eleven percent of unvaccinated people say they definitely will get the shot thirty four percent definitely will not the rest might if somebody credible can address their concerns about side effects testing and the like enter keys media Corbett I want to be a sister and a brother that is also a scientist but too you know everybody in especially black people the national institutes of health immunologist to help develop the maternity shot says the government should have done a better job explaining the years of developing vaccines against other coronaviruses and assuring the public no corners were cut Sager made Donnie Washington

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Why It Takes About 2 Weeks for a COVID Vaccine To Be Effective

Kottke Ride Home

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Why It Takes About 2 Weeks for a COVID Vaccine To Be Effective

"So one thing about vaccines that i at least feel like isn't being super. Well publicized the need to wait for two weeks after your last shot before you can consider yourself fully vaccinated. This goes for any of the vaccines you may be getting. So if it's a single shot. Like johnson and johnson you're fully vaccinated two weeks after that single shot. And if it's two shots like madeira or pfizer your fully vaccinated two weeks after your second shots. That is the official word from the cdc here in the us and is supported by infectious disease. Experts blunt uae. Exactly mark cameron and immunologist at case western reserve university who is instrumental in containing sars in two thousand three explains it's like vaccines are giving our immune system to do list which then needs time to complete. What's on the list. Quoting mashal one. Our immune system will gradually recognize the spike protein produced by the vaccine as an intruder to in response to recognizing this foreign spike protein. The body's immune cells will cooperate to start producing protective proteins called antibodies to protect you against the virus. If you're infected these antibodies bind to the spike proteins of the virus. Making it difficult or impossible for the virus to bind and gain access to ourselves and went inside the virus wheeler machinery to mass multiply. It's ineffective parasites. It's around the two week. Mark that the immune system is producing. Antibodies levels that block infections said cameron and quotes

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"immunologist" Discussed on Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"immunologist" Discussed on Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

"Unable to oversee the vaccines have been effective and safe and the animal models some from that the key groups and the biotech and pharma companies have applied to the buddies as i mentioned before. Full clinical trial -cations than. They always go to i. I then went on to face one-two-three full kind of face full right now is what people Authorisation is baseball. Which is what kinda going into your infusing. Millions of people. That's the one of the key. Missile wanted to bust which was about like there was no animal studies that have been the data is available. It's out there such a fuss thing. I think the second thing is unity. I think this is really important that people understand this won't because a lot of people have been saying these lockdowns have been sir detriment Lockdown no one likes lockdown. i've it's really impacted mental health. Let's be honest. The suicide rate has soared. There's a whole other conversation about the i try and stay away from politics Like i've rather you have. You don't have a politician his co. so i can only speak as a scientist. Because i don't know what the what the irony no is much as any anyone else about politically speaking. Whether this these decisions may have been the right once on but people have been saying on the whole back into to beckons lockdown back into tastes. Reebok into lockdown. Why don't we let the young people get on with it. Why don't we just shields the elderly shield vulnerable and then just let the other people that health get on with the end. I think the variants have proved a community called walk as the people need to understand that the brazil p. one variant has been quite concerning because the city where it was found in pronouncing manos nuthouse The majority of the population in that city had antibodies towards the ritual constrain. I they got reinfected and so severe nor the cases were hospitalized that was because of the barrier so then we also have the main variant of consent is the south african variant pfizer and astrazeneca off that effective in stopping the south african. Barron i think i mean is this reality. Means talk about five vaccine is fourteen times less effective against the south african Compelled to all uk variant at ashes. a full percent effective against the south african varia. Now gets lucky for us. It's But i think wanted to just really. The hope is hit time to people when they say well. Let's just we'll just get on no because if you continue rhyming the mall. The virus has to jump from host to host. The work can learn how to outwit defense mechanisms system. That's the second thing. I think the final metha- when it's talk about the pregnancy of lot of this has been a crazy to read by non boxer of this crazy light sort of paper not even pay purchase a blog post dot came out showing not how because the covid spike protein resembles a protein. That's innocuous santa in the female placenta by generating antibodies towards the cave spike protein. Your antibodies can make a mistake and then actually because it looks so similar to you'll placental proteins can go and kill your placenta effectively. Make you infer tile will make you miscarry that is a complete fabrication. because i've had so many people officemate. Should i get the vaccine. If i to get pregnant one day will i am. pregnant is a complete fabrication. These two partisan nothing alive. They have only about four amino acids in common. I've made jokes on my my ground. The i've shed one formulas common demogra- a other. Look anything like governor steak. So so you do. I look like the opposite from my throat. my worries so Yeah i just think that was the key thing. I wanted to bring crosses In and you shouldn't have to worry if you want to get pregnant one day like this. No.

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"immunologist" Discussed on Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"immunologist" Discussed on Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

"You're staying healthy this week. We're doing something a little different from my usual terminal insight episodes. I had the great opportunity to interview immunologist a research associate and a phd student. Doctor yasmin most seyni put a link to our instagram in the show notes. If you want to check her out. But i had the opportunity to talk to her about myths around cove. In fact around covid. Lots of information about the vaccines. So think you're going to really enjoy this one. It's gonna be really beneficial and informative as well at a time when the uk's moving out of lockdown restrictions reasonably quickly. I think there were concerns among some of us. Are we going to be able to stay safe. And i hope that this podcast will also so a lot of those questions and concerns or give you more confidence so sit back and enjoy as always share this. Anyone think needs to hear it and yeah. Enjoy listening to doctor. Yasmin by saying welcome. Thank you very much. Thanks for having me opposite clashes. Tell us a bit about yourself and your background. yes tie everyone. I don t us but yazmin my sunday. A phd specializing in the immune system specifically on immunotherapy and autoimmune diseases in organ transplant rejection and let for biotech company Developing cell therapy products through genetic engineering foe autoimmune diseases august transplantation so it's occupied adults my phd. Yes so basically been doing in light of the pandemic that we're living through. There's been a lot of misinformation that's been going around. And i think what's been highlighted is the lack of science communication a lot of people who are necessary experts in the field of trying to fend through the data and make sense of what's going on so i've decided to step in and to try and dispel some myths and put people at ease by speaking about the science in more layman's terms. So that so if you're trying to do amazing and you've been doing calling on about how many yes. Yes it's been keeping me busy for show and i did. Not she realize the reason why. It's been keeping me busy. Because i didn't realize just how many questions people had you know. It's easy when you're in the failed to kind of just presume..

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Oxford studying nasal spray coronavirus vaccine

WBZ Midday News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Oxford studying nasal spray coronavirus vaccine

"Oxford University's starting a Phase one trial to see if it can administer its AstraZeneca vaccine as a nasal spray. The university says the vaccine will be the same, but it will be delivered using an intra nasal spray device similar to many over the counter hay fever, nasal sprays. One of the trial's chief investigators, saying quote Some immunologists believe that delivering the vaccine to the site of the infection may achieve enhanced protection, especially against transmission and mild disease and quote such a vaccine would remove the need for needles and make it potentially easier to

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A Third COVID Vaccine is Poised to Enter the U.S. Market

Business Wars Daily

03:14 min | 1 year ago

A Third COVID Vaccine is Poised to Enter the U.S. Market

"From wondering. I'm david brown. And this is business. Wars daily on this tuesday february night twenty. Three million americans have already rolled up their sleeves to receive at least the initial dose of either the pfizer vaccine or the moderna vaccine designed to prevent covid nineteen. Well now a third vaccine is on track to enter the us market. Johnson and johnson's corona virus vaccine just wrapped up a long-awaited trial and hopes to clear. Fda authorization by the middle of this month. The lure of johnson and johnson's vaccine is that unlike modera advisor it can be delivered in one shot that make distribution simpler with no need to follow up with a second dose. It's also relatively inexpensive compared to the others and while moderna advisors vaccines have to be stored at just the right temperature. Well below freezing. Johnson and johnson's doesn't have those stringent requirements for storage. It can stay viable in just a refrigerator for around three months. That means the vaccine will play a big role globally because it's easier to distribute to low and middle income countries. According to the new york times but the results of johnson and johnson's trial were a bit disappointing. At least at first glance trial results indicated that it was seventy two percent effective at preventing moderate to severe symptoms of covid in the us. That number is sufficiently lower than modern and pfizer's overall efficiency rates of around ninety four percent and johnson and johnson's rate drops to sixty six percent in latin american countries and to fifty seven percent in south africa which is dealing with a variant strain of the virus. But don't let those lower numbers food you scientists and immunologists say that johnson and johnson's vaccine is still extremely effective and researchers have warned that you shouldn't compare the effectiveness of the three vaccines because they were all developed and tested at different periods of kovic evolution. Dr william shafter an infectious disease expert at vanderbilt told the new york times that pfizer and moderna had an advantage because those companies did their clinical trials before the variant strains emerged. He said quote. Johnson and johnson was testing. Its vaccine not only against the standard strain but they had the variants now in a perfect world. Consumers might get a choice of which of these vaccines they'd like to receive but that would only be possible if there were enough doses of all three and right now. That's just not the case in early january. The new york times reported that the us only had one hundred eighty five million doses of pfizer and moderna vaccines to cover americans through june and at the same time doses that were produced quickly now risk expiring before they can get into the arms of those who need them. Johnson and johnson says that if they're vaccine is approved they can produce around one hundred million doses of their

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"immunologist" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"immunologist" Discussed on WTOP

"From the nation's capital members of the conspiracy extremist group Q and on have been talking online about Potentially posing as members of the National Guard. In an effort to get closer to the inauguration. As for the president elect's inaugural address, Louisiana Congressman Cedric Merch Min tell CBS News I think he's gonna share his vision. For the country. He is the president for all of America, and he's going to govern that way. Richmond will serve as a top adviser in the West Wing. The Senate begins the confirmation process for five of Mr Biden's Cabinet nominations today. The president elect has just announced he'll nominate Pennsylvania's top health official, Rachel Levin, to be his assistant secretary of health. If lawmakers give their approval, Levin will be the first openly transgender federal official confirmed by the Senate. President Trump will spend his last full day in office, issuing pardons and commutations. CBS has been Tracy is at the White House sources here at the White House. Tell us that President Trump could issue up to 100 of them Now it's not entirely clear who will be receiving them. But Mr Trump's former political aide Steve Bannon, and personal attorney Rudy Giuliani could be on the list. Rapper Lil Wayne is expected to be pardoned as he awaits sentencing on a gun charge. President elect Biden will take part in a lighting ceremony along the reflecting pool at the Lincoln Memorial later today to remember the nearly 400,000 Americans who died of the coronavirus a year to the day. The first person was diagnosed with covert in the U. S. And Vaccines are a rare commodity for most is impossible. It was a total nightmare. This is been days of trying, they're overwhelmed and they cannot handle any more calls. Does that help me? Four people have already gotten back? I needed. The question is when and Hugh is immune Correspondent Vicki Barker is in London. She's had that first jab. Can Granny hug the grand kids now, which certainly advised not to do that? At the moment, Immunologist Janet Lords has partial immunity only comes weeks after the first injection maximum immunity a week or two after the second because it's still not clear if vaccinated people can infect others. Social distancing will remain necessary until enough of us have been vaccinated to protect all of us through herd immunity. A country superstar is the last man. That ad on at the inaugural festivities. Garth.

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"immunologist" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"immunologist" Discussed on WDRC

"You know, you know Andrew Cuomo. Gretchen Whitmer. Gavin is from all these governors over the country are you know they're putting on a show, but they don't know what they're talking about. They're relying on a small sliver. You know, you know what I feel saying? If you're a hammer, everything looks like a nail. Well, if you're in if you're in immunologist, everything looks like a lockdown and found she's you know, an over the hill bureaucrat. Immunologist, several like he's the great in the knowledge that he's got you he's he's got the degree. I'll grant that. But there's no way he's on the cutting edge of science. You do have to go the Rockefeller Institute at Johns Hopkins, then Harvard, Stanford to find people who really understand what we're talking about. And So I wish I had a better prognosis. But what we know they can is this. This is hard data. There's a new strain. It's more contagious. Fatalities were going up. It's far worse than it was last spring. Vaccines are out there, but they're bungling the injections. Um, and it's not clear that the virus won't mutate around it. And lock downs don't work. That's a pretty dire scenario. But I tell people I'm not an optimist on my the pessimist. I'm a realist, and I'm an analyst that look at what's actually going on. That's what we're telling people in the book. You can't necessarily solve all the problems of the world. But if you could just shine a light on it and explain it to people, they take a lot of comfort from that, Mr Records. That's what I tried to do with this show, and I got to tell you something I used to work in television. A long time ago is reporter I started radio. Then I went to television came back toe talk radio. But at the time, I would talk to her engineers and say, Why are we buying that new gear and they say we're gonna let these other guys try it first and see how it works out over there be at the bigger markets where they got more money to spend on. Then we'll see how it works out and then we'll buy it. For the life of me. I can't understand why cities and counties, especially the state health divisions in the county health divisions aren't looking around the landscape, saying Maybe we're not doing it the right way, And I think it's ego. They all belong to these. A associations like Count Association of Counties Association of Cities, and They spent tons of money on junkets to fly to these meetings, and I think if they looked at and I'll give you the great example to beat New York, up with One of the poorest states in America. Notoriously west Virginia, do you know what they're effective delivery rate is right now about 70% on vaccine, you go. Well, How the heck did they do that today? Reinvent the wheel or something? No, they went to all the pharmacies. They got their national guard up and they said, Let's let's have the pharmacy start giving shots. And and all the sudden they're using 70% of what's being delivered. And who knows that may grow too. You know, even better. I mean, ideally, you'd have the stuff in people's arms so fast that you'd be waiting for the next statement. Next shipment instead of the other way around. Meanwhile, a lot of the blue states are down around the 25 or 30%, mark. Abysmal failure, and I can't believe that people in those bureaucracies don't say Is anybody doing it better by the numbers? So West Virginia's What are they doing? Okay, let's do it that way here. I mean, Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, right? Oh, yeah, That's right. By the way, West Virginia, you're right. They're doing a much better job of this should be in the vaccine. But even before the vaccine, they had one of the lowest fatality counts in the country. They were like 2nd 3rd from the bottom of the 50 states, which is what you want to be that the fewest fatalities. Absolutely. The book is called The new Great Depression, Winners and losers.

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"immunologist" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"immunologist" Discussed on WDRC

"R C W SNG and W. M. M. W Welcome back to the large large and show my guest and I'm so anxious. I've been so anxious to talk to him or looking forward to it. James Records who's the author of the new Great Depression, winners and losers and a post pandemic world. He has a history and in tax law, and also in working for some fairly large financial institutions, So he knows his stuff You left off by describing here is New York. The vaccine doses delivered and then as usual, and from my point of view, the government being completely inefficient, couldn't run a Popsicle stand. They can't seem to get the vaccine to the people who need it, and it's literally going to waste. Where do we pick up from there? Well prison that that's exactly right. And then, But beyond that you mentioned earlier that it was maybe not as contagious as we thought. Well, the contagion date has moved up and down because we had more testing and found out you know more about the population generally, although it is Contagious enough, but There's a new strain. It's here. It came out of it were first identified in the England and South Africa so called the English strain. If you want to. It's now in the United States. It's going worldwide. You can't stop it. That is much more contagious than what's called the Italian street. The Italian strain which came out of Milan. It all started charging me Don't don't get me wrong and I'll start it will haunt China. But it's spread East and west on it went west into Malang profession week and then came from Italy to New York on Ben spread around the rest of the country. So that's the Italian stream. But now we have this English string, which is more contagious. So we have data on that. That's clear and with more contagion come more fatalities that fatality eight. Isn't necessarily hunger. It's too soon to tell. But the number of fatalities is fire because the number of cases yes, treatments are better. We've we've learned that ventilators don't work. This Bentley was a good for certain things. But not for this that people were dying for the ventilators. But what you need is oxygen. Um Which is different. You don't need to pump you just pure oxygen into your lungs, and then you can still breathe. But But now the other thing this is a mutation and some mutations are harmless is part of the genome that doesn't affect this spread of the virus. But some mutations are extremely dangerous they make they make the contention rate higher on can make the fatality rate higher. But the bigger question is, does the new mutation eyes that still subject to the vaccine? Does the vaccine work against the new mutation? Too soon to tell. Hopefully the vaccines to work. That the virus is this A just wants to kill you. So the virus continuing mutation, something called mutation escape. And that's when it mutates in such a way that the buyer that the vaccine does not work or if you're if you recovered, the antibodies don't wear That's the most dangerous of all that has happened in test pandemics that happened in the Spanish flu in 1918. The second wave was far worse than the first wave. They didn't even have a vaccine then, but they were still You know, this is subject to these mutations that made the worst. So we've got that confronting us, and we're heading into another recession within the Depression. Because the lockdown policies so it's hard to see this getting better until may have the earliest best case late 2021 early 2022. Wow, but I'm talking to James Records. Ms. Records his author of these, the author, most recently the new Great Depression, winners and losers in a post pandemic world. I did intend to circle back to the economic side of this But is is anybody making the case? Do you think that you're making to the people making decisions like Governor Cuomo, Governor Newsome of California? They don't have to do it to run two Santas. He seems to understand it already. But to start to tell these states, I understand the state level decision. And and yet nobody seems to be effectively making the case. Hate. Start the economy back up, Get it going as much as you can protect the people who need to be protected. Get them the regular routine treatments. RAM Desert here whether it's the monoclonal antibodies, which I guess are going begging. Now the overproduced at this point, but get the economy going because, especially with a pandemic still going are still a problem. We got him. We got to generate the income in the wealth that actually pays for all of this stuff. There is a group making that case. It's a powerful group. It is doctors, clinicians, professors, medicine immunologist epidemiologists. There's something called the Great Barrington Declaration. It's you Can Google it just Who will you know, Great Barrington Declaration. You'll find it right away and a group put it together and publish it, But they invited their colleagues to sign on like you could just sign that. Sign your name. I'm saying I agree with this. Thousands of doctors and again experts have signed on to this was started by a group one of whom is professor medicines. Stanford University's This is not some fringe political group. Whatever that these air the top people, they know a lot more than Then Dr Fauci, believe me, so so that's out there. But the question is, is it getting through to the politicians? I mean, they can his powerful science and I've decided some of it. And this Great Barrington Declaration has more their new studies coming out all the time. They say the same thing. But Try doing it on Twitter or fucking. You'll get censored. You'll get canceled. We'll put a stick around your tweet because somehow you're not nearly the sun, will you? Actually you are following the science. It's just not the science that they want. They want the lockdown Science, which is Very thin and very weak s O. The politicians don't know any better. They're doing what they politicians have to be seen to be doing something even though they don't know what they're doing, which is correct. They just want to do something for show, you know, you know Andrew Cuomo. Gretchen Whitmer. Gavin is from all these governors over the country are you know they're putting on a show, but they don't know what they're talking about. They're relying on a small sliver. You know, you know what I feel saying? If you're a hammer, everything looks like a nail. Well, if you're in if you're in immunologist, everything.

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F.D.A. Clears Pfizer Vaccine, and Millions of Doses Will Be Shipped Right Away

5 Things

02:12 min | 1 year ago

F.D.A. Clears Pfizer Vaccine, and Millions of Doses Will Be Shipped Right Away

"Food and drug administration has authorized the first covid nineteen vaccine in the united states. The vaccine developed by pfizer and its german partner bio tech appears to be very safe and effective. The authorization is for people aged. Sixteen and older man could mark the beginning of the end to america's covid nineteen nightmare. First americans could be vaccinated as early as monday with some two point. Nine million frontline healthcare workers and nursing home residents expected to receive it in the first few days. A medical writer. Lauren near guard has more. It enjoyed administration authorized. Emergency use of the nation's first covid nineteen vaccine late on friday night. What that means is it sets the stage for what will become the nation's largest vaccination effort it will take a while for the first shots to roll out there will be a scarce supplies and initial doses will be rationed personal healthcare workers and her him residents and staff other groups such as other essential workers and people who are are at particularly high risk from the corona virus such as adults and people with underlying will come next. It will be probably at least spring before there isn't enough vaccine for the general population. There are several other vaccines in the pipeline. And the next one that the fda will consider is by madonna and the national institutes of health. And that one is up for decision in about another week. If both of those vaccines are able to be used The hope is that about twenty million. Americans could be vaccinated by the end of december. And then as you move into january and february of few you know that that number gets a little bit larger each month until spring when there it is hoped that there will be additional vaccines available and enough for the general population monsef slough we an immunologist and retired pharmaceutical executive. Who helped to lead. The government's vaccine development effort said quote today is truly a historic event for humanity as a whole on quote

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Oxford's Vaccine

Kottke Ride Home

05:02 min | 1 year ago

Oxford's Vaccine

"Good vaccine news just keeps on coming on the backs of really promising news. From the pfizer. Biontech and madonna now oxford astrazeneca have announced the preliminary results from their phase three trials which showed overall seventy percent efficacy as reminder madonna and visor biotechs. Vaccines both currently show around ninety. Five percent efficacy but seventy percent is still very solid. That's about where dr fauci had been saying. He'd be very pleased to see. But i overall seventy percent. Because there's a weird quirk of the oxford astrazeneca vaccine. That i as someone who is not an immunologist. Don't quite understand but hopefully we'll get more information on it in the coming days. Here's what i can tell you for now. The vaccine like the pfizer biontech one would need to be distributed in two doses however the first dose just needs to be half a dose for some reason. Doing a half dose on the first injection makes the whole vaccine overall more effective than if you got to hold doses quoting stat news. The preliminary results on the astrazeneca vaccine were based on a total one hundred. Thirty one covid nineteen cases in a study involving eleven thousand three hundred sixty three participants. The findings were perplexing to full doses of the vaccine appeared to be only sixty two percent effective at preventing disease while a half dose followed by a full dose was about ninety percent effective. That ladder analysis was conducted on a small subset of the study participants. Only two thousand seven hundred forty one a us based trial being supported by operation. Warp speed is testing the two full dose regimen. That may soon change. Astrazeneca plans to explore adding the half dose full dose regimen to its ongoing clinical trials in discussions with regulatory agencies spokesman told stat in an email and quotes and quoting from the new york times. The oxford scientists said they were still trying to understand why the vaccine was more effective at a smaller first dose. The first is supposed to prime the immune system while the second is supposed to boost its response while it seemed counter intuitive for a smaller i dose to be more effective. They said that strategy. More closely mimic. What happens with a real infection. End quotes peter openshaw professor of experimental medicine at imperial college. London explained to the associated. Press that vaccines. don't work. Like normal drugs where a higher dose produces more effects. The immune system is more complicated. Openshaw also notes that if indeed people do only need half a dose for one of the injections that's great news because it will be even cheaper to produce for more people. This was the vaccine candidate. That i was most excited about early on because it seemed like they kind of had a head start quoting the new york. Times astrazeneca's macos vaccine is designed to genetically altered in a dinner virus found in chimps. So that it harmlessly mimics the corona virus and provoke an immune response vaccine deploying. That technology has never won approval but the approach has been studied before notably in a small two thousand eighteen study of an experimental vaccine against the virus that causes middle east respiratory syndrome or mergers that viruses related to sars cov two the novel corona virus that causes covid nineteen so when covid nineteen emerged the team of scientists at oxford's jenner institute that had been leading the work on similar corona viruses. Had a head start once. The genetic code of sars cov two was published in early january. The oxford team sped to adapt their platform to the new corona virus and begin animal testing and quotes the other win in oxford. Astrazeneca's corner is unlike the pfizer. Biontech vaccine this latest one does not require any special refrigeration just standard storage and transportation temperatures of two eight degrees celsius or thirty six to forty six degrees fahrenheit and it can be stored for up to six months. The moderna vaccine requires cooler temperatures of negative four degrees fahrenheit but then can be stored at normal refrigeration temperatures after thawing in can be stored as such for a month. The pfizer biontech vaccine. Meanwhile requires dry. Ice to store at negative seventy degrees celsius or negative ninety four degrees fahrenheit s- that makes the oxford astrazeneca vaccine much more appealing for areas without the infrastructure or funding to sustain the pfizer. Biotech cold chain. And with that in mind. Astrazeneca is applying for early approval wherever it can as well as an emergency useless stained from the world health organization so that it can be made available in low income countries they plan to produce three billion doses next year and are committed to providing it at cost around the world through july. Twenty twenty one. The vaccine costs around three or four. Us dollars significantly less than the others late stage. Trials are continuing in the us. Japan russia south africa kenya and latin america and further trials are planned for other european and asian countries. So definitely more good news but watch this space for more

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You Can Ring Nobel

Your Brain on Facts

05:20 min | 1 year ago

You Can Ring Nobel

"A video is making the rounds on the internet this week caught on one of those smart doorbell cameras. It's 2 a.m. And a man is anxiously knocking on his neighbor's door trying to wake him. Does the man need help? Is there an emergency is the neighbor's house on fire? Was there a Prowler in the area or some other kind of threat? No doubt. The man Robert Wilson is trying to wake his across the street neighbor to tell him that they just won the Nobel Prize. My name's Moxi and this is your brain on facts. A good reputation is more valuable than money for lilias. Serious a Syrian living in Rome at the time of the big b c a d change over we have no way of knowing if Alfred Nobel ever read publilius, but he definitely had reputation on his mind the Swedish chemist engineer and industrialists found a novel way to combine good old Gunpowder with the exciting new discovery of nitroglycerin to form a truly earth-shaking invention Dynamite. It was a game-changer for Industries like coal mining and it killed people like it was nobody's business both intentionally and through many many Factory explosions. Nobel got richer with each Improvement on the dynamite then his brother Ludovic died a French newspaper ran an obit for Alfred having gotten their lines cross somewhere along the way they were shown the remote As more the paper proclaimed. The merchants of death is dead. Dr. Alfred Nobel who became a rich by finding ways to kill four people faster than ever before died yesterday. That's gotta sting. Nobel had no children and a sudden intense concern about his legacy. So he decided to put some of the money he'd made into the service of repairing his name with a real long-term strategy in his 1895 will drafted the year before he died Nobel instructed that most of his fortune the equivalent of two hundred and fifty million dollars today be set aside to create an award five annual prizes quote to those who during the preceding year shall have conferred the greatest benefit of mankind provided you benefit mankind by way of physics chemistry physiology or medicine literature and problematically vague more on that later long piece. Wait a sec. Say those of you with better recall than me. Where's the Nobel Prize for economics? There wasn't one. There still isn't a part from the one that they're kind of is. The bank of Sweden prize in economic Sciences in memory of Alfred Nobel was created by Sweden's Central Bank in nineteen. Sixty-eight. What about mathematics game popular Apocrypha is that Nobel lost the woman he loved to a mathematician and so did not consider mathematics to be important enough. There's no proof for that story sadly wage and while no one knows for sure the reason it could be as simple as Nobel really wasn't a math guy. I feel you there. Winners are announced in October and November the culmination of a Year's preparation more than six thousand people like Nobel laureates AKA past winners School in various fields and officials from various universities are invited to nominate candidates about a thousand of them for each prize, which usually results in between 150 and 250 nominees. It's not just names in a hat. You have to write a detailed proposal in favor of your nominee and no no matter how much you want to know how cleverly you think you can get away with it. You cannot nominate yourself. Also. You must be alive. Nobel prizes aren't awarded posthumously at least not any more than a few were in the early days, but it was decided in the 1970s that that wasn't their bag anymore, but exceptions make the rule and there is one notable exception in 20 job. 11:00 Canadian immunologist Ralph Steinman received the Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine but he passed away between being nominated and the prize being announced akong assignments daughter. Her father had actually joked about getting the Nobel Prize shortly before he died. They don't give it to you if you've passed away. He said according to her I got to hold out for that. He didn't quite make it but they gave them the prize. Anyway, Steinman must have had a real sixth sense when it comes to convoluted award schemes because non-winning nominees are kept secret out for fifty years in part to prevent a sort of Susan Lucci situation. For those of you who don't recognize the name Susan Lucci is an American soap opera actress who was nominated for a long time. Emmy Award nineteen years in a row before she won. I always suspected that she got the Nam as a running gag after a

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Why are scientists obsessed with coronaviruses G strain?

Coronacast

04:56 min | 2 years ago

Why are scientists obsessed with coronaviruses G strain?

"Salman one of the things that we get a lot of questions about is whether the coronavirus ease mutating and we know that it ease and one of the big reasons why this is concern is. Because with all over the world, scientists are working on vaccines and treatments against the virus. But if it mutates and the parts of the virus mutating other parts at those treatments targeting than, they might not work. So CSI rise put out some new research about the g strain of the virus, which is sort of the dominant strain now and whether the vaccines. That are currently in development still going to work against these dominant strain. That's right and the reason why this particular strain if you want to call it, a strain of virus has survived the full name of it is the D six, one, four gene mutation defy but turns you on Cadillac yeah, it's probably more transmissible and it's a mutation that's tended to. Survive around social distancing. So we've socially distanced the Wuhan version of the virus at the beginning was probably controlled by social distancing, which preferentially allowed mutants of the virus which were war transmissible walk contagious to survive, and this is one of them and it seems to be comedy certainly dominating in Australia. There is another strain on top of this that's dominating Aware. which is also probably more transmissible out. The fact is that this mutation is on the spike protein as you'd expect it to be because despite protein is the docking mechanism if you like for the virus to get into our bodies by the h two receptor sceptre, this lock and key mechanism in the body. Now, if this was in an area, which is also targeted by the vaccine, because the vaccines do target the spy proteins. And the spike protein has changed too much than the vaccines might not be effective against the. Six one, four gene mutation, and that's been the worry and particularly with other mutations on top. So as an accident of evolution, could it be that despite protein becomes resistant to vaccines and what they did in this study was a study of ferrets in the Csiro where the exposed this to a vaccine which has got similar viral backgrounds in terms of covid nineteen. To the other vaccines around and they found that in fact, neutralizing antibodies where generated numbers the sort of antibodies that could kill the virus, which generated two forms of the virus that have the D- six, one, four, g mutation. So that's good news. The also did some modeling on that and they found that from their modeling that supported the fact that the. Vaccine was going to actually cover this new strain as well. It doesn't mean to say they won't be mutations in the future that could mutate around the vaccine but at the moment we seem to be okay. Yeah. One of the things that was kind of comforting for Australian context at Laces they will look you that we're looking at a stray leeann isolate. So USTRALIAN samples of the virus that are actually currently circulating hia and the research was done here and so far it's still seems like so good in terms of the vaccines that are being developed us, right so The exposed the ferrets to viruses within without the the mutation, and the also did it in the modeling. So another thing that's come out research wise in terms of protection is that they've studied Tasmanian healthcare who had the virus a few months ago and they found that they don't have antibodies after about three months. Is this a worry attempts of how long were immune to the virus? If we do catch it that's A. Matter of strong debate amongst immunologists and infectious disease experts around the world. The current thinking is no. It doesn't matter what matters is has the body's immune system memorized the virus and memorizing the virus happens in t cells smell former white blood cell, not the white blood cell that produces antibodies. So you don't need to have antibodies for the body to have memorized the virus. So the real question will be is whether or not. No antibodies protect them against future infection and we'll just have to wait and see on an international basis and it's been unclear from the reinfection you've seen overseas with this relates strongly in one way or another to the existence of antibodies over the long term because in some of these reinvasion cases, they don't have an accurate assessment of their antibodies. So the presence or lack of antibodies isn't a wire in and of itself. But it could hint at the fact that immunity isn't very long lasting. So I think that the lack of antibodies don't know what that means and we won't know what that means until we've looked at reinfection rates and the results of vaccine trials and whether or not. It really matters whether you've got antibodies in your bloodstream or not. It's really whether or not the T. cells of memorize the virus that will be seen in. Whether or not the vaccine lasts and whether or not people who've had covered nineteen disease stay immune to reinfection so far there haven't been that many reinfection internationally give them that we for tens of millions of cases, but we'll see.

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"immunologist" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"immunologist" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Government immunologist Rick bright says America's window of opportunity is closing on curbing the corona virus outbreak without better planning twenty twenty could be the darkest winter in modern history testifying at a house hearing doctor bright warned that time is running out right was demoted after raising concerns about a controversial coronavirus treatment that was promoted by president trump he filed a formal whistle blower complaints our next update at four o'clock I'm Chad Bauer on KOAA news radio eight fifty AM in ninety four one FM seven three four on the north side and the weather that we've had those storms ripping through the metro area and kind of moved on toward bright may have caused or had something to do with an accident on westbound I. seventy six and eighty eight two lanes are blocked in that drive on the commerce city area also got a crash coal mine and Sims down southwest of that set that crashes got you slow they cleared the crash northbound I. twenty five approaching the tech center and see for seventy five thirty one pinpoint weather scattered storms continue tonight low down to forty seven it's sixty three right now this report is sponsored by liberty mutual insurance where you only pay for what you need nobody should have to pay for one size fits all insurance coverage liberty mutual customize your coverage so you only pay for what you need customize your coverage with liberty mutual insurance I'm John Morrissey on KOAA news radio live everywhere on the I heart radio app I heart radio goes one on one with Bryan Adams to discuss the metamorphosis of a song as years past I mean the the interesting thing about the song and the metamorphosis of a song as a unit you do spend on now this is the C. spent two months making a record and then you put out a song it becomes permanent in people's minds you know it's like if you're going to Dylan play and you get this the sons are gonna play if done I are gonna be you know blown in the wind and hail and those versions the cut ninety sixty five meanwhile the guys had years of playing the same song and it's it's become a different thing for him you know and and and he's he's learned how to to rearrange and and and play it and put in a place where he's more comfortable or its metamorphosis.

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"immunologist" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"immunologist" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Service which is now available for your car loan to triple a northeast Shawn McGee is the vice president of financial services refinancing your car loan is probably a very impactful thing to do most people don't even realize and they're shocked when they can find out that they can save money by doing it at that twenty dollars a month that's real money that you would have paid somebody else that you just don't have to Chris pharma WBZ Boston news radio for the first time in two decades triple a motor club will not be issuing a Memorial Day travel forecasts triple a motor club says the accuracy of the economic data used to create the forecast has been undetermined by covert nineteen the agency does say fewer people are expected to hit the road compared to years past last year forty three million Americans traveled more than fifty miles from home on Memorial Day weekend the lowest was Memorial Day two thousand nine at the end of the Great Recession triple a is still expected to make travel projections for late summer and fall that is eve states ease travel restrictions and businesses reopen Ribeiro ABC news Chicago Toronto virus pushing back the start of the Cape flyer seasonal train service the service is being pushed from the normal start on Memorial Day weekend to June twenty six the fire will continue until Labor Day okay flyer runs from south station Hyannis with several stops in between partial shutdown of the MBTA's blue line service between both men airports stations is going to be shut down for two weeks beginning Monday the MBTA says it will allow for accelerated track and tunnel infrastructure work shuttle buses will replace the train service through the end of may between those two stations three says those buses will operate with measures in place that promote social distancing straight ahead of the news at three o'clock some warnings from a U. S. immunologist says he lost his government job because he warned the trump administration to prepare for the corona virus pandemic.

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"immunologist" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"immunologist" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Immunologist who says he lost his job for warning the trump administration to prepare for cold food nineteen is testifying before Congress today I was told that my origins origins at work causing a commotion and I was removed from those meetings the ousted vaccine experts says Americans deserve to know the truth New York City open twelve more miles of streets today to pedestrians and nine more miles of protected bike lanes the European Commission has halted the delivery of ten million masks from China because of quality issues there were complaints about the first shipment sent to seventeen of the commission's member nations three million more Americans have filed first time unemployment claims right now the Dow down fifty seven points the nasdaq down seventy two and the S. and P. is down fifteen points and now your forecast for the Ramsey Subaru weather center mix sun and clouds highs sixty seven going down to fifty six tomorrow sunny eighty three the high possible afternoon shower Saturday sunny skies highs seventy five on Sunday cooler high sixty four with afternoon rain from the Ramsey Subaru weather center currently sixty one in New York and sixty one in Teaneck from the seventy seven W. A. B. C. news desk I'm certainly Kessler next update at one twenty four seven coverage at W. A. B. C. radio dot com you see traffic in transit the volume on the Connecticut turnpike northbound these last few days and boy it's there today you're slammed from exit ten all the way up to the construction zone between fifteen and sixteen over an hour it's going to take you to get that distance this because.

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"immunologist" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:05 min | 2 years ago

"immunologist" Discussed on AP News

"The current virus is not any attacking off physical health but also a mental health that is the message that you have secretary general Antonio Guterres delivered to the world I Ching governments civil societies and help authorities to urgently address mental health needs arising from the current virus pandemic the U. N. chief said in a video message launching a policy briefing that some groups are more vulnerable than others those most at risk our frontline health workers older people adolescents and young people those with pre existing mental health conditions and those caught up in conflict and crisis Guterres also pointed to grief job loss loneliness stress from difficult family dynamics and uncertainty and fear for the future of some of the effects the outbreak is having on families and communities and as governments to address the issue before they get worse mental service he's out in the central part of all governments responses to profit 19 they must be expanded and fully fund I'm Karen Thomas singer Melissa Etheridge is mourning the death of her 21 year old son Beckett cipher marches are a letter with the latest Melissa Etheridge says her heart is broken but she promises she will sing again because it is always healed her at the ridge says in a statement her son Beckett cipher died of an opioid addiction but she did not give details at the rate so she struggled to save him but he is out of pain now cypher was Etheridge's younger child with her former partner Julie cypher they also have an older daughter Bailey and Etheridge has 13 year old twins the older children were conceived through artificial insemination with David Crosby a government whistleblower who says he's early warnings about coronavirus preparedness were ignored says America's window to get ready for a virus resurgence is closing Rick bright says the country needs to develop a national coordinated response 1 based in science if not he pierced the pandemic will get a lot worse and combined with seasonal flu without better planning 2020 could be the darkest winter in modern history bright's testifying before a house panel weeks after being ousted from heading a government biomedical development agency what he says was retribution for his early warnings about the virus president trump's dismissing bright as a disgruntled employee who should no longer work for the government Sager Meg Downie Washington

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"immunologist" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:05 min | 2 years ago

"immunologist" Discussed on AP News

"A government whistleblower who says he's early warnings about coronavirus preparedness were ignored says America's window to get ready for a virus resurgence is closing Rick bright says the country needs to develop a national coordinated response 1 based in science if not he pierced the pandemic will get a lot worse and combined with seasonal flu without better planning 2020 could be the darkest winter in modern history bright's testifying before a house panel weeks after being ousted from heading a government biomedical development agency what he says was retribution for his early warnings about the virus president trump's dismissing bright as a disgruntled employee who should no longer work for the government Sager Meg Downie Washington

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"immunologist" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"immunologist" Discussed on AP News

"Immunologist who says he lost his government job because of his warning about the corona virus will tell Congress today that things may get far worse if Washington doesn't step up Dr Rick bright says unless officials develop a national coordinated response to avoid a second virus wave he fears the pandemic will get far worse and America will face the darkest winter in modern history right says he was pushed out of leading a government research agency after warning the trump administration to prepare for the pandemic he'll tell a house panel today the window of opportunity is closing and officials must act his warning comes after Dr Anthony Fauci said this week the nation could face needless death and suffering if restrictions are lifted too soon Sager mag on the Washington the U. N. secretary general is warning of mental health issues linked to the pandemic Antonio Guterres is calling on governments to urgently address the psychological suffering he points to the deaths the job losses isolation and restrictions on movement the world health organization executive director Dr Michael Ryan says the corona virus may never go away this virus may become just another endemic virus in our communities and this virus may never go away HIV has not gone away we've come to terms with the virus and we have found the therapies and we found the prevention methods more than eighty four thousand people have died from the corona virus in the U. S. according to Johns Hopkins University about thirty million Americans are out of work the Dow dropped five hundred sixteen points after fed chairman Jerome Powell warned of the threat of a possible long recession he's calling on the government to do more to prevent more trouble the Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down the governor's stay at home restrictions this is ABC news virus restrictions are fueling an anti government boogaloo movement AP correspondent and Donahue reports the look of the boogaloo movement is designed to stand out in a crowd they wear Hawaiian shirts and leis they also have tactical gear and high powered rifles one expert says coronavirus stay at home orders have put a stressor on a lot of very unhappy people J. J. McNab at George Washington University says the rhetoric goes beyond virus restrictions to talking about killing FBI agents or police officers to get the war going some boogaloo followers maintain they are advocating for violence but law enforcement officials say they have foiled bombing and shooting plots I am a Donahue the US military is offering condolences to Iran over a friendly fire incident there that killed nineteen Iranian troops earlier this week I'm Rita Foley AP news a government whistleblower who says he was forced out of his job for raising the alarm about the corona virus pandemic is offering a sobering prediction of what the nation might face in coming months Dr Rick bright says unless officials develop a national coordinated response to avoid a second virus Wade he fears the pandemic will get far worse and America will face the darkest winter in modern history right says he was pushed out of leading a government research agency after warning the trump administration to prepare for the pandemic he'll tell a house panel today the window of opportunity is closing and officials must act his warning comes after Dr Anthony Fauci said this week the nation could face needless death and suffering if restrictions are lifted too soon Sager mag on the Washington thank.

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"immunologist" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"immunologist" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"S. immunologist who says he lost his government John because he warned the trump administration to prepare for the corona virus pandemic isn't backing off his bleak forecast Dr Rick bright preparing to tell Congress today that America faces what he calls the quote darkest winter in modern history unless its leaders act decisively to prevent a rebound of the virus bright set to appear before the house energy and commerce committee meanwhile the house select subcommittee on the viruses virus crisis and the chairman of that subcommittee emphasizing Wednesday that testings the key component to getting the country back to work during the pandemic the representative Jim Clyburn says everybody I should have access to free testing which will not be available anytime soon well we all want to re open as soon as possible doing so before the proper safeguards already in place because most sickness and death a pretty much you open it would also cause greater hand I love it we must open responsibility but the greatness of this country must be accessible and affordable to all that is why we need a comprehensive coordinated as centralized strategy for faster and freer tested we also need to be part public health measures where contact tracing tracking and surveillance to quickly identify sources and locations president trump again boasting about testing out a meeting with governors Wednesday just came out with a new listing on testing we just cracked ten million tests which is here.

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"immunologist" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"immunologist" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The government immunologist who claims he was moved from an influential position to a less important one because he disagreed with the administration's handling of the corona virus outbreak they teach us whistleblower one of the country's foremost experts on vaccines Dr Rick bright is set to testify on Capitol Hill a preview of his testimony includes this morning quote our window of opportunity is closing if we fail to developing national coordinated response based in science I've heard the pandemic will get far worse and be pro long causing unprecedented illnesses and fatalities oxygen and brain the corona virus related illness known as pediatric multi system inflammatory syndrome raising new concerns among federal health officials infectious disease experts believe the covert nineteen pandemic may be driving cases of this rare disease possibly as an uncontrolled immune response to the coronavirus of eighty two P. M. I. S. cases confirmed in New York City fifty two have tested positive for covert nineteen or corona virus antibodies early symptoms may include rash swollen hands and feet read our eyes and red tongue the potential link to corona virus adds more weight to growing evidence the covert nineteen is not just a respiratory disease and may affect younger people differently than the elderly fox is Jonathan Serrie reports PMI S. is blamed for the deaths of three children and in New York state was already making plans to execute a condemned killer next week despite worries about the corona virus and new concerns from some members of the jury that convicted him Walter Barton was found guilty of the nineteen ninety one murder of a woman who operated a trailer park largely because of the blood on his clothing and expert now says the killer would have been splattered with much more blood more than five thousand people have signed petitions asking governor Mike parson to stop Tuesday's scheduled lethal.

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"immunologist" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"immunologist" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The hearing on Wednesday to covert lying to you probably about ten times more lethal than the visual flow at the same time he clarified that ten times that you're actually brings the new rules for totally rate low more then official estimates which hover around three percent the flu has a mortality rate of about twenty one percent so far she places the new coronavirus leave family rate is somewhere around one person that's the story yet isn't that it's ten times more lethal than the flu and this is how this yes politicized pardon my yelling but this stuff is what ticks me off my instincts tell me this I know this kind of trickery and monkey around with stuff is going on in these things because I know the media I know the left I know the Democrat party and I know how they're trying to scare everybody and now they're yours and found G. here isn't trump's died trump's gonna say and it's ten times more weight to the weight on the floor which means nothing ten times more lethal lethal then what what is the full name there's a lady full kill you know does lethal in fact you does lethal give your temperature of a hundred and two hundred but what does it do to you it's a meaningless comparative ten times more lethal the only thing worth knowing in this story is that everybody thought she says the fatale only rate to corona virus is much less than they believed it is one percent it is not between three and six percent and that's that that number three and six percent been out there for a couple of weeks so here comes a new story saying guess what the fidelity rates only one percent and that's not the headline the headline is corona virus time Taunton mortally told in seasonal flu trump's task force immunologist says well yeah he may have said it but that what it was it was a I was set up for the actual leave in the story and you have to read the last paragraph to get to the not at the same time doctors found she did clarify that ten times figure actually brings the corona virus for town only rate lower an official estimates what the hell is the point of a headline that says the protest the lift but that did that the corona virus is ten times more lethal than the flu if what that means is the vote tally rate is actually much less than we thought it was it isn't three to six percentage one percent tops no no I'm not apologizing for one damn.

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"immunologist" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"immunologist" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"My goodness you talk about a big subject and I'm no immunologist but the one thing I have a guest over my time in medicine is the piling on of the vaccine rather than giving vaccines the space where you can see the person's reaction now some of these children are going and getting fifteen M. one and that's devastating it and it it it just seems wrong when I graduated from medical school I took a trip to Africa my my little vacation to myself and the lab I used to work in the fellow that ran Atlanta said now make sure when you get your shot you start getting that early because I needed three and he said just get one a month well I think back to that I was told that he know he knew yeah they get one a month and now in children they're giving fifteen all at once do you think this MMR triple dose is contributing to autism all right yet all it's hard to say there's certainly now finally more studies that are being gathered more information is being gathered and this is a good thing it may take awhile to come out with a with a college scientifically based dancer and and that's what I would like to see not just anecdotal evidence that something truly scientifically based with good epidemiology for other factors are screened out well the one thing that people are looking at now you know we speak of of anecdotal things you look around and like how many old artistic people are there versus how many young not to and then are they over diagnose ing because after another and founder in the whole picture is goal get more money if you have kids under diagnosed with something it's like a bad boy has ADHD he's not just a bad boy anymore because you get extra money for your school if you have an ADHD cat and the same with autism you know so now we have this autism spectrum are some of the kids maybe they just have a creepy personality yeah eight you know who knows so there are can standards but there's no question there seem to be more optimistic people in a certain age group and so the question really is why and that needs to be examined and they can't dismiss that cleans out of hand which had started happening because and you know words matter is in as they started calling people who were concerned anti back a very pejorative term it was sort of like okay it's only the crew exits only.

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"immunologist" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"immunologist" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"So what does your body feel? It has to make us fill w awful by throwing a favor into the mix as well. And then cooking us in our own skin. Will when you'll ready this some infecting microbes do grow a bit less well at high temperatures. But now scientists in China have discovered that a higher body temperature also helps immune cells to get the size of infection much more efficiently. Immunologist Clermont is a common university. And she's been taking a look at the study findings for us. Hello clear. First of all women. We have an infection. Why does the body Micheals develop a temperature? What actually happens? So. Hi, chris. Yeah. What happens is there are a bunch of proteins produced in response to infections and other immune prices, then drive the production of molecules co prosecutors. Tunes and they caused an increase in body temperature, and that's really important for making a hostile environment for books. But also seems if you get this increase in temperature increases your chances of surviving and recovering from infection, which is very important, very important. It's very interesting as to why that might occur. So basically, the body temperature setting you, Brian, isn't it isn't there all chemicals released by the response to the infection that then triggers that set point upwards, and we'll do it an animals do it as well as. Yep. Clearly has a benefit to us. So what actually the research is in China saying in that type of what did they do? So all they did was they had a look at a really interesting process that goes on which is he need your immune cells to actually get the Sasha infections such information and in order to do that they mean sell such as T-cells for some shift to jump off the train of the circulation and get into the site of the tissue. That's infected so we're going round in the bloodstream these white blood cells. No in the blood and need to be where the action is tissues. Yes. So that patrolling in the button, I need to get off an into the tissues notice to tap. So the tissues do some really neat ways of juicing chemicals that will attract these cells into the tissues, but they actually need to get off get off the train. And so what happens is the lining vessels of the bloodstream produce on sticky molecules, and then the receptors in things like T-cells CDs. And then what they do is they to stick, and they rolled around the blood vessel wall in this kind of sticky way until they. Reach a sigh of infection, which is indicated by chemo threatened. So there's more kills that tritely cells in and then the titty cells actually move from the plaza wall into the tissue in that process. Stick role and invite the is how the tissue recruits the sells out the bloodstream, it makes the blood vessels in that region. That's got the infection it more sticky than normal. So the cells can gain a toehold and then get in. But how does the temperature side of things coming to them because we've been over to watch the microscopes that process you've just defined for many years. We knew that lot cells begin to stick better in areas weather's infection. So what is the temperature reading neat thing about his papers? What they did this this bunch of proteins, which are specifically up regulated when you get favor that could heat shock proteins and in this paper. What what the guys did was they showed that one of those an only one of those proteins code HSP ninety heat shock protein ninety was up regulated. And then we'll it was able to do was to send a signal from the inside of the cell to the outside yourself through very specific protein called alpha for integral which is a protein that actually makes the stickiness is the stickiest micro velcro. It is exactly right. So what happens is that the h has pay ninety binds to the tail of the alpha four integration and this regulates onto the cell surface. But even neater than that this protein combine to molecules of the integration say you get clumping of these receptor proteins and makes it. Multiple stickiness and increases the maximum stickiness to the blood vessel. So in other words, you've got the area where there's infection making the blood vessels..

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