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"j d r f" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"All day long. There was a little bit of buzz there in california. The the government officials have announced that beginning on april first outdoor stadiums can start having limited capacity. So i'd like to think that fan anita's going to piggyback on that. I think the the edict is in line with the opening a baseball season To oil to allow some limited Fans all. The you know with all the baseball teams in the state Between san francisco oakland anaheim. La and san diego Fans and i think santa anita. It's going to try and piggyback on on that so hopefully for senate you know i would. They haven't made any announcement yet. But that's i know they've been sort of letting the baseball teams be the the pulling guard and trying to follow them and hopefully for the santa derby it'll be the opportunity for some limited fans to be allowed in then so we'll we'll see how that all plays out but it's encouraging anyway j. I appreciate The monday recap and of course. All of jays written analysis the expanded comments Expanded shark style comments available at the kentucky derby section of the daily racing form and continue to march along and J i appreciate it. We'll look forward to the some rebel thoughts and we'll look forward to weigh any changes to the derby. Watch top twenty procurator. J. d. r. f. the comprehensive weekend recap and we're close out the morning got about about Sixteen seventeen minutes should be perfect. Chance to talk to bob baffert about life is good and more because obviously as i mentioned the one. That's if and there was also defended and It was pretty pleased with that at nine. Two one bob baffert joins us Bob life as good takes the next step. Congratulations yeah thank you yeah. He was I was pretty exciting to watch him. perform like he did and and so we just gotta you know the the party continues. That's all we can ask for. You know solid.
"j d r f" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast
"You know like your daughter like me in two thousand five. In two or three years is going to be very different. Yeah and I am excited about that outlook. There's a lot of different technology. There's things like continuous glucose monitoring things like closed loop higher hybrid close loop systems. There were coming along way insulin technology. There are certain challenges. Access being primary diabetes is expensive everybody needs insulin. But most people make it on their own and to exaggeratedly injected is very expensive and especially in the United States, there's a lot of. We have a serious problem. Yeah. So anyway, they don't tell you all those challenges on day one but. I have to say that relationship that I had given to me by doctors and supported by my parents which who I credit for basically everything great I've ever done. was essential to being able to tell the rest of the story that we're GonNa talk about today, which is my life since that diagnosis. Well, and there's one thing I want to cover with you too. So the audience knows because again, you know us us basically kind of swimming in the same soup of people that we listened to you know and looks like we we're always looking for a lot of. HACKS and Best Best Practices for life in general one of the things that Tanya can oval off you who is one of the that was our. Top One educator from J. D. R. F. That came over and has been a phenomenal friend ever since I need to stop you because I got gotta give Tanya. Shadow billboard. When I decided to do my podcast doing things and I wanted to get more involved with the diabetes community. One of those hacks I learned was to go on event bright find events that are related to what you WANNA do in email the the organizer. Tanya emailed at tiny responded. We had lunch at whole foods almost five years ago and she was GonNa come to my wedding. She is become a huge. Not only friend collaborator but has opened me up to so many of the opportunities that I've been given within jd F. especially without her. and. Just being Gung Ho and begin a credible person. Yeah. I just out mentally grateful to her shout to and I could not agree more and she's actually been on. She's a Texas Titan man look at that. He is Texas tied as is her partner Willie who also Rockstar Yeah I mean that's just proof that like there's someone for everyone willy is an absolute monstrosity of good. Young huge fan that dude a walking angel for sure. Well, one of the things that Tanya told us. Early on was that it may not happen in a week it may not happen in a year but at some point she's GonNa get angry because in again to to the listener you have to understand something. And this has happened. You know we've been at the beach and we walked down to a restaurant and abby forgets her purse you know. If it's her big sister rile and I said, we need your purse. You know you're not paying for it. Anyway. That's for sure you. I know but with with you guys, you forget your your con- your what are the things that you need to live? It's a little bit more calculation involved whenever you leave the House it's constantly is reminder and eventually. You Know Tanya told us she's GonNa get angry there will be a time and she may rebel..
"j d r f" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"You by centre of the American experiment. Hughes. Your flag forecast mid upper sixties likely here for the rest of tonight. Partly cloudy later in the day Friday. We may have a shower and thunderstorm that moves and partly sunny highs will be in 87 south winds 10 to 15 miles an hour Friday night. Showers there likely alone near 70 Saturday and Sunday hides in the mid eighties. Sunday. Chainsaw Rain. That's a look at your plague. Three day forecast Tony Vogel right now 75. My type One diabetes tests me everyday. Just my health. My parents. He's my band practice. But GDF has my back there working on finding a cure and that awesome and right now they help make my life easier. So I could be a kid, my friends and Peter of test themselves every day to end Type one diabetes so someday I will have to join us. Your help is our hope JD are improving Lives curing Type one diabetes. Hello. I'm married. Tyler Moore. I was diagnosed with Type one diabetes at age 33 J. D. R F has my back funding research toward a cure prevention and treatments. That really helped the millions like me to have a better life Scientists funded by J. D R F test themselves every day, so that some day I want I have to J d r F improving lives curing Type one diabetes go to J. D r F dot or GE today. Energy is big business in North Dakota. Did you know over half of the energy generated here is export outside of North Dakota. That's right. Tune into energy matters every Saturday from two until four. Right here on AM 1100 the flag to find out more about the energy sector in North Dakota, where all the gas industry pays over 50% of the taxes generated in the state of North Dakota. And, of course, now in a postcode world, there's a lot to rebuild, so don't miss a minute energy matters to two for Saturday here. I am 1100 the.
"j d r f" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Yeah no I hope. I hope that the help that have been sent with them. I can you know be able to take to get back in good order and And then go through their quarantine all new world. We're dealing with your right now. Mary much. We'll talk to Mardian and Mike Walsh for next week and The Florida Derby with some of you know obviously the importance of of the race with or without this situation his law independence hall and more all right. J. Stay Safe. Everything's Okay how are you? How are we gonNA work from obey just Or have you got up to the track at all no we. I mean this states under order to to to not go anywhere unless you absolutely have to and and you know the media's not even allowed at Santa Anita now so we'll be. We'll be working working from home well and with the new reality of the moment. Yeah there's no with Felipe close. There's really no reason to go to Los Angeles. In fact it's just it's heartbreaking J. Stay safe and I appreciate it. We'LL We'll see the weekend through and hopefully we can keep these balls in the air. Let's help sell but Hopefully you you and all your listeners to our smart about this 'cause smarter we are now. The quicker will get back to normal. Exactly well said J. D. R. F. Riven. Let's take The bottom of the hour break ninety minutes in ninety two come Pat McKenna is going to join us from the New York Racing Association. He'll provide the background on the backstretch employee and his being and his roommate being quarantined..
"j d r f" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"School of Finance and healthcare management is a regular speaker at industry. Conferences is a graduate of the Wexner Heritage Program and the Gbi see leadership program. He has served in leadership positions on many nonprofit boards including the Jewish community for the ADA and J. D. R. F. and at his children's schools. Robb is married two daughters and is an outstanding contributor to this business. I'm excited to have him here today. Robinson glad you made it very happy to be here. Thank you for having me saw absolutely rob. So let's dive into it. What is it that got you in a healthcare? I'd say what got me into it is. It was a family business if you will. My Dad was a healthcare economists. My mother's nurse so it started there and my wife is a physician. My sister's a social worker but it started with my pants who are healthcare economists and nurse. Very cool so really. It was kind of like everywhere you looked. People were doing it. And why not you? I grew up around it and when you graduate from college and you're looking for a job in your folks say hey this guy So I say that tongue cheap but I became more entrepreneurial more finance I think like many of us we we get a foot in the door but then we make it our own right and I think that's what did so yes. It was a family business but like many of us I also carve my own path and did things a little differently and you put your own of Fingerprints on on the work that you did throughout your career focusing on chronic disease management particular type two diabetes. I love to dive into some of that story. And then also through some of your thoughts in in healthcare in general. So what is it that you believe needs to be front and center on? How theaters adeptness. Today I believe.
"j d r f" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Fredrick believes sharing her story when she meets new patients and parents can help I think so I I hope I hope it does a little bit I want them to have a good example that's kind of my whole goal and I want them to know they can do really anything that they want to do and that this disease and have to stop them and I think that that's important for them to see it put that smile on and you can make it work. he says she's known since she was ten years old she wanted to have a career in the diabetes. and she was with the very same nurse practitioner who took care of her when she was a patient at children's hospital the W. T. M. J. team is raising money for the J. D. R. F. one walking eve herds you've heard so many of these stories over the last couple of weeks we urge you please it cannot be part of our team it's this coming Saturday September fourteenth that's going to be at greenfield park we're hoping for great weather I it's not a real long walk anybody can come out and join us bring the kids in strollers and and just get out there and if by any chance you can't come out on Saturday if you want to help support the work of J. D. R. F. and and it's so easy to to donate all you have to do is go to W. T. M. J. dot com you can also text the word cares see a R. E. S. to four one four seven nine nine one six twenty will be happy to send you all the information it is so important to fight this disease and and to protect these kids who have done nothing absolutely nothing. to end up with type one diabetes it's just you know they they have that unlucky gene I guess you could say so please do everything it can help again the walk is this coming Saturday greenfield park we want you to be there and WTMJ cares is powered by what tree industries and premier aluminum. we don't have to replace those windows if the frames are intact it's just the glass that's cracked or it's foggy replacing thermal window panes with the help of less is glass maybe the cost a total win a replacement when you want to know how much we can save you all you have to do is measure the height and with just the glass portion of the window panes then send us an email to info at last class service dot com it will give you an estimate right away just be sure to specify if you'd like us to come out and replace your window pane onsite for if you'd like to do.
"j d r f" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Of the story is to try and give you some guidance on horses that you probably haven't even heard of yet and that'll be running during dalmarnock. That's always a high point of the meat is just seeing the the new faces that turn up because a lot of them go on to very very very good very very good things and the other aspect of it will be moving towards the Pacific classic or even the San Diego the first weekend of the Meat Catalina cruiser came back so well at Belmont and it'll be interesting. It'll be fun to see him back in action and you've got gift box here for the same connection Sadler and and the ronas brothers <hes> so they'll be they should have another. They're sitting on what looks like to be a good meet again <hes> i. I don't know that they could emulate what they did last summer when they had catalina cruiser and accelerate but they're going to give it a try because they've got. They've got a really strong barn again well Jay as <hes> famously almost. I don't know if you've trademarked it but <hes> home game game home gave it is for a home game exactly spill right out of Carlsbad down to the shore. The Best Picture so far was Gary Young sending out that picture from his condo same crappy view made me laugh the surf pounding the rocks. It was gorgeous. Jay have a tremendous week. I get kicked off and we'll talk next week. We'll talk on opening gaming. Go over some of those too yes. Yes let's do that. Let's do that perfect all right. We'll have a good weekend. Thank you J. D. R. F. driven everybody last break. Let's take it and come right back and close out with Nick Tammaro and Tam and Tam One two one five. We'll get a couple of plays from Nick. That'll be a good way to go into this first weekend of Saratoga back after this at the races with Steve on Sirius X._M.. Radio so the floor plus days got Dadan Twenty Six thousand eight hundred seventy six. What's that X.? How many racist you could have bet last summer? UNEXPRESSED BET haven't signed up for an account yet. What are you waiting for on top of all those Races Express Bets give away twenty five million X._p.? Rewards points with promotions at Saratoga del Ma and more plus especially fun in the Sun Handicap Tournament Features One hundred twenty thousand dollars in prizes including cease to the Twenty Twenty Pegasus Benton Championship. I know I know I'm throwing a lot of numbers here but he's one five hundred. That's the sign of bonus you could get when you sign up burks respite so let's recap twenty six thousand racists five hundred dollars sign up bonus hundred twenty thousand Rosendahl handicapper tournament and twenty five million rewards points. Hey this map just adds up express bit. Is your way to play this must be eighteen or older and twenty one hundred states Oakland county spend reside the states such activities legal void where prohibited National Gaming Support Line Eight hundred fifty two forty seven hundred thirty five years
"j d r f" Discussed on Techstination
"Your destination for gadgets gear. I'm Fred friskin about one and a quarter million Americans are living with type one diabetes and technology is playing a big role in helping to ease that burden with wearable, insulin injection glucose monitoring systems and more. Dr Aaron Kowalski is the CEO of J D R F, formerly juvenile diabetes research foundation, and he calls it an amazing revolution. But what these technologies have done is allowed for computer software that resides in the insulin pump or in a cell phone to take some of that burden of management. So to speak off the person and put it into the hands of a computer the ads more breakthroughs or on the horizon with the help of JD are f including interoperability of the systems and encapsulated stem cell devices, you can find us at texting dot com. I'm Fred friskin. Now this. Vision. Hi, I'm red fiscal, and I've been covering consumer technology for a long time. And it takes a lot to impressment. That's why I'm excited to tell you about the latest way to enjoy cooking and the great outdoors for my friend, Patrick Sherwin and his great team at goes on stove, what if you could harness the sun to cook your meals anywhere, you go day or night, the goes on fusion arrives this summer using the companies tried and true reflectors and the solar vacuum tube to get through cooking without the mess of charcoal. Heavy propane tanks or smoke and with an optional solar panel and battery storage and the ability to plug in at home or on the road. You really can use the goes on fusion to cook anytime and anywhere want to learn more head to go son dot CO and use the code text nation to save ten percent. That's goes on the oh.
"j d r f" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"J D R F, and our guests today will come in at so fi Glover and Delilah CENA brea are all part of J D R F, one former another William Delilah in Sofia. Thanks for being here. This morning. Thank you so much for having us. I'm glad to have you. And I wanna talk about what's coming up beat the bridge is the annual fundraiser right for J D R F. Mattel us about JD. Are what that stands for? I right. We gotta out of the way some basics. We'll start with you since you are the you're the greater northwest chapter associate executive director. Right. That is all the answers. So let's give you the the start here. The basics to tell ASA JD are f stands Stanford juvenile diabetes research foundation. And the foundation was started in nineteen seventy we have about seventy chapters around the country and actually six international affiliates as well. So what the organization does is our vision is to create a world without type one diabetes, and the we the way we do that is by focusing on three different areas. One is research. So obviously trying to find a cure right in the name. That one I got. And we have a lot of we're fortunate to have a lot of great research facilities in the state of Washington. So J D R F is currently funding about fifteen million in research grants here in the state of Washington. So we're super excited about that. A second way that we try to create a world without type one by providing free support services. We have a lot of support services. But one that I want to highlight is what we call the type one nation summit. It's a one day summit, and we provide information or people of all ages and stages of type one diabetes again. It's a free free day held up the Microsoft campus in November. The third way that we try to create a world without type one diabetes is advocacy right now a hot topic is the insulin price how that has been increasing. So we get in front of our legislators and try to reduce the cost and also just obviously advocate for better, healthcare or type one diabetes. Yeah. All good big big picture things to talk about today. And there's no way we're gonna cram all that power. So I'll just say right off the bat. There's so much online to learn about J D R F that that people can really find out more and support this, and so many people like I said it's over a million maybe a million in a quarter American five million Americans live with this, and this is different than the type two diabetes that people can get I don't know through lifestyle right problems. But type one diabetes. Let's stick on the basics. This is not anything to do with. I got it myself because. I made bad decisions. Right. Correct. About the disease itself. Type one diabetes when your body stops creating insulin. And so these folks are insulin dependent. So they need to take insulin either through shots or through an insulin pump and these two ladies will. I'm shaking tell you their stories there. So both Sophia and Delilah here you both live with type one diabetes. Let me start off here. We'll introduce you. So you're one of this year's ambassadors for the beat the bridge run. Right. You live with type one diabetes centre with twelve years old. Yes. Okay. So tell us about yourself living with type one diabetes. You're just a middle schooler high schooler. Let's kind of. Yeah. So living with type one diabetes is pretty difficult sometimes because you never really get a break. Always there you constantly anytime, you're gonna eat anything you have to think about like like micromanage anytime, you're about to eat something like. You can't just sit down and be like if you're with your friends sit down like, oh, I'm gonna eat that slice of pizza, and then I'm going to go outside and run around. No, you have to be like, well, if I'm gonna eat that slice of pizza, that's thirty carbs. But it also has fat in it. So I'm going to have to do something special with my influent for that. But if I go out and run outside, then I could go my blood sugar could go because I have influenced board, and that's just a little bit. That's just a little bit of it. So everything you make every decision you make with food and activity. You have to think about how this will affect your insulin levels because your pancreas doesn't crank out insulin. And you have to manage us all not just in the morning, the shot, maybe some people don't know. Like, that's what we're here. A rare nece it's not just a one little thing. I can take care of it all the time. You're thinking about constantly even at nighttime like some nights. They'll just spend the whole night trying to get your blood sugar like upper down into a safe range and Delilah. You are the. Senior promotions coordinator at radio station. Movin ninety two five right at one of the sponsors right of the beat the bridge run. But you also not just promoting this for the station, you yourself live with type one. And that's actually what got me involved a J D R F was being type one and wanting to learn more about it. And especially when I found out about beat the bridge and what they do for type. One diabetics FIA. Here's a young person year. Well into your twenties now been living with a long time. A young girl. Right and yes, ten years old. And so since then I would have to say it definitely forced me to mature at a young age, and you lose a PC or childhood, really. And that's just because you have to focus on something. You would have never had to think about before. And I'd say is definitely a twenty four hour a day disease. There are no breaks as FIA said. And so you're constantly monitoring your blood sugars, and you have to think about it every second of the day to make sure your normal range, or if anything feels strange you have to figure out what's going on. And learn how to understand this dumbs. It's too much insulin too little can cause different symptoms in your body in absolutely. So as a when did you get diagnosed as nine nine years old, and you Delilah ten you must have been stopped turn to your parents ago. Why what's going on what happened? I mean. There's no there's no reason we don't know what causes right? It's not genetic. Is it it's not the candle. You fell off a tree when you were sick. So now you have at I mean, there's a barely Lincoln, and they're genetically or it really depends. There isn't linked to Netflix. But in my case, we don't know. So there was no one else in my family who has type one. So I just kind of got it one day, and we had to learn how to understand the disease in how to live with it. Because you don't really have a choice since there is no cure. Will this must be the story that everyone would type one has also it just comes on. I've had these symptoms. They finally get you to a doctor at least they know enough. Now that the doctor can figure this out. I think you have diabetes. Let's keep checking your levels in your blood. But. Where do they go from there? I mean, it is brand news when you get diagnosed so young. Yes, it's definitely brand. New in the family is hit with a lot of information. A lot of questions to can you step in right away? From doctors say, you know, what you should do you need to go to JD are f- at least their website, and you can find out a lot more about this disease. There's definitely a lot of information on our website. But right off the bat. Specially we've been able to work with Seattle Children's and Mary pitch hospital. So when kids are I diagnosed they get what is called a bag of hope, and it has a lot of information for not only the patient, but also for the parents because again, it's a lot of information to soak in especially when it's going to be a chronic disease. So it's gonna be a lifelong disease, so we step in and try to provide them a lot of information. We also try to connect them with our type one or t one d connections program where we partner them. With people that have been in their shoes. So they're able to talk to somebody like, you know, what what am I expect? What is my kids can expect? What do I do when they go to school? So they have all those questions and these outreach volunteers are are there the helped them guide them through that journey. Wow. That does seem so different than just the kid who, you know, if you think of Norman Rockwell painting kid gets up and tumbles out the front door goes to school plays and comes home. But now this kid whoever diagnosed as to think about it all day every day, but it's not just juvenile's. I mean, let's get this out of the way to write. This is not a juvenile can. Yes. Adults can definitely get type one diabetes as well. So it definitely is more prevalent in the. Youth community. But there are definitely adults have been diagnosed twenties thirties forties fifties. And so as we're saying no known real 'cause it's not preventable. There's an. Now's not a cure yet. Either. Now, there is no cure. So this is why we're raising money with eventually beat the bridge. Delilah. You tell us a little about beat the bridge. And what this is the bridge is a run that is held at husky stadium in Seattle, and it raises money for research for type one diabetes and J D R s and so it has also led by Nordstrom who is a huge. The biggest sponsor of the bridge run. I got moving involved recently. So that was just last year first time getting involved because of my passion for the disease in wanting to be more involved with it just because I am diabetic. And so I started that by reaching out to the northwest chapter. And thankfully, they did not have a radio sponsor yet. So you know, it was kind of meant to be in my eyes. And it was also my first time creating a team for the event, and I'm going to be back this year with the same team. And we are tied. I which is t one ED Wii get it. Throw that in there. The folks listening. One A D Y E. Yes. So we had an incredible experience. It is challenging mind you and a k run, and it was my first time doing that. So I didn't know exactly what to expect not a runner already. I am not no. I don't enjoy running training practice. Not that year. That's the problem this year. I am. I learned my lesson. This runs from husky stadium. And the route.
"j d r f" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Will affect type two diabetes as well as as well as other auto immune diseases and a lot of people here of diabetes, and then you say, well, there's type one and there's type two so kind of helped to class here. Give us the breakdown of what's the difference between one and two so type one diabetes. That's what you said. To be called juvenile diabetes can strike at any age. That's why we kind of amended the name. Okay. It just because you're fifty sixty seventy years old does not mean you can't be diagnosed with type one diabetes in type one diabetes. Your pancreas doesn't make insulin. Plain and simple. And you are now subject to a lifelong insulin dependency in you get that through injections or wearing an insulin pump. There's no pill form, and there is no care. Type two diabetes is typically relate is a metabolic disease typically related to a sedentary lifestyle aid can be prevented. There are some warning signs. You know, one in three Americans actually have a prediabetes which is not a exactly type two diabetes yet. But it's kind of like waving the red flag. Kind of try to get yourself in gear type two diabetes typically can be managed with a healthier lifestyles weight loss exercise that kind of thing. And couldn't be managed biting compels. Preventable. Yeah. Absolutely. That's the big thing. Right. You can prevent you can prevent type two diabetes. You cannot prevent type one. Gotcha. So one I could see say, you're you're born with it. But you can also develop into having type one you can have that serious of progressive type to that it gets into type one. Well, I think I don't know necessarily would say develop it literally has just and they still they're still work being done to try to figure out what the precursor is to. Why does your pancreas stop working? You know, my daughter when she was diagnosed a fifteen I said, well, what did I do wrong as a parent? You know, you right away want to take it in yourself, or what could we have done to prevent this in her endocrinologists said nothing. I mean, we're trying to figure out what that trigger might be. You know, do they think of virus settled in Oregon and the attack that there was all kinds? There's a lot of lot of thoughts out there. But there's no real real evidence of what proofs this like any other autoimmune disease. Same thing. What causes it? So you know with type one it's your pink. Korea stops working your your symptoms. Are identical identical to what you're experiencing what type to weight loss. It just comes on. It comes on differently. Like, some type two is preventable. But what type one you know, that you can't seem to quench your thirst? Your vision is affected sometimes for my daughter against when she would be higher low. Her moods were altered similarly with type two once they're in that phase of tightening diagnosed as type to their symptoms are similar. We always say, the origin is different. But the outcome is the same. So, you know, you wanna look for those signs, and then go to the doctor saying, you know, and then they will diagnose whether you have type one or type two so just that your pancreas just is not working in producing insulin. The way it's supposed to us right and many people type to to manage their disease with Enslin and just because they're taking insulin as a type two does not make them necessarily type one know just a management perspective. Yeah. Right. It's so you. Diabetes entered your life in east when your daughter turned fifteen how about for you Daniel like were you aware of this at birth or did it now? So I was eleven. Type of thyroid is runs in my family and other auto immune disease. And so I had all the classic symptoms extreme weight loss. Very tired. All the time could not quench my thirst. And my mom joked. And she said, I finally knew something was wrong when Danielle wanted to leave the mall and didn't want to shop with me. And that was like the red flag. Because I now that I have two kids of my own that don't have diabetes you can justify everything. Right. Well, she hit a growth spurt. So she's losing weight, or you know, she's tired because she's playing sports after school. I mean, you you justified in diabetes is kind of like the last thing on her mind. So I remember her calling my pediatrician I couldn't even stand. I was laying on the couch and her just saying, you know, I'm hoping she just has a dirope issue like me. And so sure enough we went in. And it's it's diagnosed with a simple finger prick simple little blood test. And then, you know, then then you're in for it. Then comes you know, the ceiling. Comes crashing down. And it's time to go to the hospital because it's very serious. Well, let's talk about that. Because I know for adults for the most part, you you tell an adult, and hopefully, they take the proper steps to manage things. But that's really got to be tough to talk to a twelve year old as Tokyo, here's why you can't go have pizza and drink soda with the other kids at the bowling alley because of this and the hard part two is diabetes. Take such a mental toll on the whole family. I mean, so suddenly you go into the hospital. You're you're put on insulin right away and things and you start to feel better. Right. And usually with a with a child you take your medicine, you feel better and then the medicine stops, and you don't have to take it anymore. And then it comes to suggest -ment like, wait. What do you mean? I have to take the insulin shot every time I put something in my mouth for the rest of my life. But I feel fine. The happening a lot with type two diabetes is people. Choose not to manage it properly because oh, I feel fine. But you don't know what? What on your on your inside? So it's it's it's a challenge. Right. And I don't know if there's any good age to get diabetes and. And we know the longer you have diabetes the higher risk. You are for for stroke and heart disease. Yeah. What is the goal of of the J D R F because my first introduction to it was knowing Denise diabetes does run in my family. My grandfather had it my father has it in every year. He would give the lecture to my brother. And I as to why we need to you know, not smoke. Stay fit talk to our Dr you know, just keep keep tabs on things. If if they could develop what is the what does the J D R F do this? I found this fascinating. Well, I will tell you at the, and and you know, it's funny because we've had an influx of more people questioning Carson Daley Saddam just passed away from heart attack, and she was type one diabetic. So people have been like reaching out to us and saying, you know, we'll type one diabetes and heart disease. Absolutely. The connection is strong type one or type two again back to the point of the origin may be different. But the outcome is the same the same organ or organs are affected. So what we do. It's really simple. We are looking for a cure and most of the most all of the fundraising that we do goes right towards research as Danielle was pointing out about eighty cents or more on every dollar goes towards research. Now, it goes towards a cure. But it's also like pronged in different direction because we also have advocacy where we have people out there. In at government level, trying to make sure that people with type one diabetes are protected that there's things in place in school. So that if someone if a child has a low, and they need to go to the nurse. They're not going to be penalized because they weren't able to finish an exam. There's things like that. But also, the technology piece. I think is the piece we feel most proud of. So while we're really working hard and emphasizing that we are researching for a cure, everything that's happening before then the technology the artificial pancreas that was just FDA FDA approved about two and a half years ago is a life changer. So what it's doing is keeping people with type one healthier longer, which is why eighty five percent of the population that have type one diabetes are adults. I mean, forty years ago that was not the case people were not living into their senior years with type one diabetes because it was just, you know, the disease really takes a toll on Oregon's so nowadays because they're because of technology. We have a pump that gives insulin. Instead of you going really high or low in the highs and lows that really do damage your organs, you have a pump. Now that is giving you a baseline of insulin that you get slowly every day, and then you adjust when you're eating food or if you're exercising and you're going low note, the artificial pancreas, that's. Snooze new that's new out there. Again, FDA approved recently pulls back the amount of insulin. It would be giving you when it's when it's syncing by a sensor that your blood sugar is dropping. So that technology has it's taken a long time to get here. But the fact that people adults and children are living with it with a sensor that I'm able to know what my daughter's blood sugar is all the time. Danielle's family knows what hers is all the time. Neither the small child in school. That's a really nice thing to know because you can call school and say, you know, Janis blood sugars fifty is someone giving him a juice box or something like that. It's on an app that you're like, well, that's. Two thousand nineteen everyday you gotta be thankful for the time that we live in. We're very lucky in shape, you know, the difference with so the ADA, which is awesome. You know, what they are trying to do is they put a lot of their energy and work into prevention. Because type two is preventable. Type one is not. So what we want is a cure or short of a cure something that's gonna keep both type one and type two diabetics healthier longer. Not to get too much into the science of what do you what have you heard that the possible cure could be good mentioned, you know, an artificial organ is it going to be a transplant of some kind with it'll be a pill will they be able to isolated, gene. So right now, I mean, there's five hundred research grants going on worldwide that JD is working on. So, you know, a vaccine possibly, I think that's, you know, more in the in the distant future. I would say closer. On a time line is something called encapsulation right now, an autoimmune disease your immune system identifies something in your body at an attacks it, so we have to figure out a way to protect our beta cells. Those are the cells in your pancreas that's produced the insulin from the immune attack and one way we're doing this Newman clinical trials right now is this low encapsulation to buy square. It's actually made of seaweed.
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"You. Thank you for that. All right. Jennifer. You're up an anti semitism. Scandal is hit Newport harbor and Costa Mesa high school? Some photos were posted online showing students doing a Nazi salute. While gathered around plastic cups arranged into a swastika. Newport, Mesa school district says it condemns all acts of anti-semitism and hate and what was seen in the photos happened off campus. The cops are involved, though, news is brought to you by Nanno knee. Local transportation agencies have been trying to redirect plan since governor Newsom cast doubt on the high speed rail project LA county supervisor Janice Han supported a measure before the metro board seeking some clarity about newsome's plans. I feel like there's going to be a lot of impacts that we don't really know unintended consequences. So that we could get a report back on how this new initiative can impact all of our projects the measure passed metro staff will report back in the next three months on what metro and Metrolink should do to think with high speed rail projects or lack thereof the type one diabetes advocacy group. J D R F is on Capitol Hill this week. To talk to members of congress about research funding, D R, F grassroots advocacy chairs Stephanie Saeco says a one hundred fifty million dollars per year research program is up for renewal. We have a lot of support. So we generally have a very good outcome from these days. You know, we tell our stories we tell how this impacts us personally, and they listened echo says besides research money to groups priorities include insulin affordability and making sure insurance companies cover the latest technologies for diabetes management. A large tornado in Alabama's killed at least twenty three people including children the half mile tornado near the Georgia state line that ripped through the small town of Beauregard yesterday was strong enough to carry debris more than a half a mile away. Sharon pool says she heard sirens and started praying grab my dog and went and got in the closet, and I'm sitting here holding the door just in case because it didn't close all the way and a few minutes later. That's when I could hear all the wind.
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"You can look up typewriters that's typewriters, but the R Y D E R S awesome team name. So you can get up and join them or search your own team. It's a family fun day. I mean, we have a seventy foot obstacle course out there. Inflatable obstacle courses could be a blast. We're going to have the Orlando solar bears out there with what is it the checkout game? We're going to have all kinds of collective for the kids whether it's face painting as the things said food, which I get into as well. Me too. We have great support from from wa wa which has been phenomenal over the past couple of years. So again, family fun day. You know, if it's Saturday March ninth you wanna have a good time come to UCF. Well, let me give each of you an opportunity for any final thoughts and Faneuil I'm gonna come to you laugh. So hang on hang on for last and the best for last see knows. That's exactly right. So why don't we just couldn't online you any final thoughts for us? They've had was on the show Beth it's great to be able to get this. You know, math piece to talk about what we do. And we're trying to cure this disease. But until we can actually cure for Austin ks like Nathaniel. We're gonna treat and reject prevent it. So thank you for having us. Great jacqueline. Yeah. Thank you so much bath for allowing us to be here and have a platform to be able to share our story and share what the walk day means to us. We really appreciate it. And we just can't wait to see everybody out there. We really hope as Morgan said go ahead and create your own team. Fundraise have your friends and family donate your employer, your colleagues? It's so easy to have to have people donate to your team all the funds go to the JD raff, and it will one day become as my husband said obsolete, and there will be a cure. And we'll have a walked to celebrate that we found a care. So we just really thank you for allowing us to be able to talk to you today about what type one diabetes, and the JD raff is. So thank you. Pleasure. Speaking to you, Clive. Well, thank you very much for having us here. One thing that I do want to say is. A lot of I've met quite a few type ones that it's basically go undiagnosed or you know, somebody in a family just even at my job. I was talking to a lady, and she was asking me the symptoms of her of my son Nathaniel, and she then started to check things with her own grandson. Luckily enough, he was not. But there was somebody else that became affected within two weeks after that. So the biggest thing is just to raise awareness, and and just be aware the signs what are the signs? Clive the furniture. Daniel was a lot of thirst. He was very very thirsty and an EP to lot. And also, you get shaking she wants his blood sugar gets low or if he gets hike and get emotional. So, you know, as a parent, we just got to kind of look into these things and as an adult. Just to be aware. That's the biggest thing. All right, Nathaniel the best for last. What are your final thoughts for us? Can you please donate to any team? So then we can just raise money. So then there can be a cure for diabetes. Yeah. All right. Thank you so much you. Thank you Beth. The J D R F one watt taking place on March ninth at UCF, my guest today have been the plumber family Nathaniel, of course, as well as his parents Jacqueline and Clive Jacqueline is the two thousand nineteen J D R F team family walked chair Morgan floor. Also with us today. The J D R F development manager here in central Florida. I'm Beth payroll..
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"He is the J D R F development manager here in central. Florida jacqueline. Thank you so much for being here. I want to start with you. Let's go ahead and give people a thumbnail of the events. So they can get signed up and ready to go. Thank you so much for having us here. We're super excited to talk about the twenty nine thousand nine hundred eighty or f one walk. It is an incredible event every year thousands and thousands of people come out and support type one diabetics. We celebrate their courage their strength. They're all warriors. It is a fun event where we walk five k people bring out their children. In adults. And it's something that we truly look forward to every year. We have a huge support system. I believe this year Nathanielsz team typewriters has about eighty five people walking with us amazing now can people support you even if they're not walking. Absolutely people can donate all around the world. It doesn't matter. What country you're in? As a matter of fact, we have people that have donated to our team from Europe, Canada and Jamaica, so yes, really good online. What's the way to go about this? There is you can go to Jada f- central Florida, and there are links for each of the walk teams to be able to donate our team nothing else. Typewriters is on there as well. So feel free to donate, and we should mention that you are the organizer of the event this year, right? Yes. I'm the twenty nineteen family team walked hair, so just helping on board newly diagnosed families and giving them the support and encouragement, and you know, what to do and what the event is all about. And just bring some excitement to them and have them participate with us. Tell us what the event is all about it's about raising funds for. Research. Yes. So this Logan is the JD F one. Walk a walk to cure diabetes. Not only for care, but as you said to raise awareness. It's a big focus for us. We want people to know and understand truly what type one diabetes says, I think there is some confusion between type one and type two. So that's one of the biggest things that we like to talk about is, you know, symptoms. What to look for what can happen also to what a type one diabetic goes through on a day to day basis, the different challenges and adversities that they face as well. As obviously the biggest goal in mind is to find a cure and to prevent this from happening to other people as well now in a little bit. What I'm going to have you do is actually tell us some of that stuff. You know, what are we looking for? So we can all be aware. Should I'm gonna go ahead and bring you into talk about JD R F, tell us about J D R F. What what do you do? Sure bet. So my name's Morgan, and I'm actually a type one as well. And. Jaeger f is the global leading basically fundraiser for all type when research we aim to treat preventing cure type one diabetes type one is an autoimmune disease that there is no cure for and it can happen at any age or stage Nathaniel was diagnosed as a kid I noticed when I was eight adults are getting diagnosed two, and we are trying to stop it. Trying to prevent it or trying to cure it. But in the meantime, we're trying to have a really good time, which is about a celebrator type one and be able to raise funds for type one research is Bill is raise awareness about the disease, and I should ask you to explain the kinds of research that is underway. I mean, you know, this is certainly something that takes a lot of it impacts the lifestyle so much, right? So the research at centering on prevention on cures on treatments on lot of it. I mean, basically with therapies in my head. You can't really see it. But I have what's called a artificial pancreas. So it's not a actual fake Oregon Macusi in your body of a normal functioning pancreas that produces insulin. But this is actually automating blood sugar levels via continues continuous glucose monitor and is regulating insulin levels every five minutes to keep me from going to lower too high keeping me in range, keep me healthier. So that we don't have any types of, you know, problem with like amputation of legs are buying this a lot. Hear about that was a problem with diabetes. So that's one big thing. We can push to you number two number two would be, you know, caps elation, which is a type of therapy where something's injected under the skin that helps you basically have insulin for many months rather not having to inject eight times a day. So basically trying to make our lives easier to prevention part is basically looking at like how we can stop the disease prevent it from spreading because by twenty fifty Republican having I think was to fifty million type one cases just in the US alone. So if we can prevent it and stop it if we can if you can stop it, then we can actually like wicked. How can cure it as testing number one? And number two is going from there to actually like look at making the thing. No one is our our insulin producing cells work again. Why don't we go ahead and introduce the star of the day Jacqueline. Do you wanna have the honors of? Absolutely. I would love to introduce my son Nathaniel Plummer. Hi, daniel. Hi, welcome to the show. So exciting to have you. Thank you Beth. Why don't you tell us what you'd like to let people know about living with type one diabetes and why they should participate in the walk not easy to do everything. When like putting on your CGM putting on your Potter, whatever you have and the walk about the walk. It is fun in we're trying to raise money. So then there won't be any more diabetes for cure for for every anybody who has diabetes. It's just be brief this nothing to be scared of in. You've had to learn day to day how to eat. And you know, you're you're active. You told me you played basketball. These are things you've had to learn. Learn how to to do. Yes. You were pointing to something you have that pod on your arm, and that helps yes, it it doses. Me, and whenever I have this little thing it kind of looks like a little phone, but whenever I put my finger test strips. So then I put the blood on the test trip in that it reads my blood sugar. Wow. So you are just a fully robotic kind of guy too. Yeah. Awesome. So what are your friends ask you, by the way, how old are you? I am nine nine and a half. What are your friends ask you? They asked me why do you wear a CGM were like, why do you wear a pod? They asked me what is what is this in? They me why do you have to put a needle in? And they ask me. Why do I have to eat sometimes after I'm playing, and what do you say to them? Say because sometimes I have this disease called diabetes, and sometimes my blood sugar could go. Hi, which I needed those influence, and then sometimes I have something called lows, which I need to have sugar. So that it could be in leveled. And. It's good for me to be level. Because it keeps me healthier. You feel it it makes you feel icky. Yeah. Yeah. Like, my blood sugars will. I bet your friends really want to support you don't they? Yeah. Yeah. That's why they wanna learn what you're going through because they want to support you. You want to introduce this guy over here. Yes. Here is my father Clive high Clive bit. How are you? Clive isn't here like, you know, documentary documented Welham. Trying to get everything together. You know, it's such a smart guy, you know, sharing with his friends what he goes through from dad's perspective. What would you want people to know about how Nathaniel deals with this condition? This is a very very tough disease. The one thing that I can tell you is as a as a parent. It's very tough to try to balance home life trying to balance you know, what he's actually what he has to have the experience on each and every day. I mean, there's days that he you know, he comes home. He's very lethargic. You'll let us know sometimes these emotional sometimes he's super super super happy. But. As a parent that just seems like there's a lot of parents that we have friends and family members that they can understand when we explain things, but it's being up late at night, you know, trying to attend to his blood sugars and just making sure that he he stays good during the night because a lot of that type. Went diabetics end up passing away from going into Lowe's and sleeping and never waking Becker up again. So it's a it's a fear as appearance for both my wife, and I and and family members. But at the same time, it's you know, we we just have to persevere through it. And we're just that's all we do. I'd like to hear a little bit more about how you learned how to do everything because that had to be just astounding right? That was the day. He was diagnosed we actually did. I'll let my wife go into that. When we actually went to the into chronologies. It was it was. Honestly, I've never had so much information thrown at me one, and my wife, and I and the annual at one time it was it was scary being that we didn't understand exactly what type one was we ourselves. We questioned the things that we you know, we ate in our own household. And when we realized and got more educated on on what this disease is what it what it does. And what it can do we, you know, we immediately started making changes within the household. Yeah. Amazing. I mean, I'm a parent too. And I know that you you wake up, and you just want everything to be perfect. And what would you add Jacqueline to that experience? You've had. I don't ever wanna relive that. Again, my heart breaks every time I hear of another child or another person being diagnosed with type one diabetes. I feel we feel exactly what they go through that pain and trying to figure out the normal. You know, the date knows diagnosed February eighteenth seventeenth was a normal day from for us. All of a sudden everything changed our lives went up in the air trying to figure out what we can do to keep our child safe. I think that's our biggest fear. We put our heads down tried to go to sleep at night. And you just constantly worry..
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"He is the J D R F development manager here in central. Florida jacqueline. Thank you so much for being here. I want to start with you. Let's go ahead and give people a thumbnail of the events. So they can get signed up and ready to go. Thank you so much for having us here. We're super excited to talk about the twenty nineteen J D R F one walk. It is an incredible event every year thousands and thousands of people come out and support type one diabetics. We celebrate their courage their strength. They're all warriors. It is a a fun. Event where we walk five k people bring out their children adults. And it's something that we truly look forward to every year. We have a huge support system. I believe this year Nathaniel team at typewriters has about eighty five people walking with us amazing now can people support you even if they're not walking. Absolutely people can donate all around the world. It doesn't matter. What country you're in? As a matter of fact, we have people that have donated to our team from at Europe, Canada and Jamaica, so yes, really good online. What's the way to go? There is you can go to Jada f central Florida, and there are links for each of the walk teams to be able to donate our team nothing else. Typewriters is on there as well. So feel free to donate, and we should mention that you are the organizer of the event this year, right? Yes. I'm the twenty nine nineteen family team walked hair, so just helping on board newly diagnosed families and giving them the support and encouragement, and you know, what to do and what the event is all about and just brings some excitement to them and have them partic-. Wait with us. Tell us what the event is all about. It's about raising funds for research. Yes. So this Logan is the JD off one. Walk a walk to cure diabetes. Not only for care, but as you said to raise awareness, the big focus for us. We want people to know and understand truly what type one diabetes says, I think there is some confusion between type one and type two. So that's one of the biggest things we'd like to talk about is, you know, symptoms. What to look for what can happen also to what a type one diabetic goes through on a day to day basis, the different challenges and adversities that they face as well. As obviously the biggest goal in mind is to find a cure and to prevent this from happening to other people as well now in a little bit what I'm going to have you do is actually tell us some of that stuff. You know, what are we looking for? So we can all be aware. But I'm gonna go ahead and bring you into talk about J D R F, tell us about J D R F. What what do you do? Sure bet. So my name's Morgan, and I'm actually a type one as well. And did your f-. F is the global leading basically fundraiser for all type when research we aim to treat prevent and cure type one diabetes type one is an autoimmune disease that there is no cure for and it can happen at any age or stage Nathaniel was diagnosed as a kid I was diagnosed when I was eight have adults for getting diagnose too, and we are trying to stop it. Pretend to prevent it or trying to cure it. But in the meantime, to have a really good time, which is about I celebrate our type one and be able to raise those funds for type one researchers as raise awareness about the disease, and I should ask you to explain the kinds of research that is underway. I mean, you know, this is certainly something that takes a lot of it impacts the lifestyle so much, right? So the researchers at centering on prevention on cures on treatments on a lot of it. I mean, basically, you know with the therapies in my head. You can't really see it. But I have what's called a artificial pancreas. So it's not a actual fake, Oregon. Like you see in your body if a normal functioning pancreas that produces insulin. But this is actually automating blood sugar levels via continues continuous glucose monitor and is regulating insulin levels every five minutes to keep me from going to or to high keeping me in range, keep me healthier. So that we don't have any types of. Know problem with like amputation of legs are buying this. A lot of stuff that we hear about that was you know, problem with diabetes. So that's one big thing. We can push to you number one number two would be capsulated which is a type of therapy where things injected of the skin that helps you basically have insulin for many months rather not having to inject eight times a day. So basically trying to make our lives easier. The prevention part is basically looking at like how we can stop the disease prevent it from spreading because by twenty fifty rollicking having I think close to fifty million type one cases just in the US alone. So if we can prevent it and stop it if we can if we can stop it, then we can actually like how can cure testing number one. And number two is going from there. Actually like look at making. The thing is our our insulin-producing cells work, again, why don't we go ahead and introduce the star of the day Jacqueline. Do you wanna have the honors of? Absolutely. I would love to introduce my son Nathaniel Plummer. Hi. Hi, nathaniel. Hi, welcome to the show. It's exciting to have you. Thank you bet. Why don't you? Tell us what you'd like to let people know about living with type one diabetes and why they should participate in the walk not easy to do everything. Like putting on your CGM putting on your Potter? Whatever you have and. The walk about the walk. It is fun in we're trying to raise money. So then there won't be any more diabetes for cure. In for every anybody who has diabetes. It's just be brave. This nothing to be scared of in. You've had to learn day to day how to eat. And you know, you're you're active. You told me you played basketball. These are things you've had to learn how to to do. Yes. You to something you have that pod on your arm, and that helps yes, it it doses. Me, and it whenever I have this little thing it kind of looks like a little phone, but whenever I pick my singer have test strips. So then I put the blood on the trip in my blood sugar. Wow. So you are just a fully robotic kind of guy too. Yeah. Awesome. So what are your friends ask you, by the way, how old are you? I am nine nine and a half. What are your friends ask you? They ask me. Why do you wear a CGM? We're like why do you wear a pod they ask me? What is what is this in? They asked me why do you have to put a needle? And they ask me. Why do I have to eat sometimes after I'm playing, and what do you say to them? I say because sometimes I have this disease diabetes, and sometimes my blood sugar could go hi, which I needed dose insulin. And then sometimes I have something called lows, which I need to have sugar. So then it could be leveled. And. It's good for me to be leveled because it keeps me healthier. You feel it it makes you feel icky. Yeah. Yeah. My blood sugars will. I bet your friends really want to support you don't they? Yeah. Yeah. That's why they wanna learn what you're going through because they want to support you. You want to introduce this guy over here. Here is my father Clive high Clive a little bit. How are you? Clive isn't here like, you know, documentary, documenting welcome. Trying to get everything together. You know is such a smart guy, you know, sharing with his friends what he goes through from a dad's perspective. What would you want people to know about how Nathaniel deals with this condition? This is a very a very tough disease. The one thing that I can tell you as as a as a parent. It's very tough to try to balance home life trying to balance you know, what he's actually what he has to have the experience on each and every day. I mean, there's days that he you know, he comes home. He's very lethargic. Let us know sometimes he's emotional sometimes he's super super super happy. But. You know, as a parent that just seems like this, you know, a lot of parents like we have friends and family members that they can understand when we explain things, but it's being up late at night, you know, trying to attend to his blood sugars and just making sure that he he stays good during the night because a lot of that type. One diabetics end up passing away from going into Lowe's and sleeping and never waking Beck up again. So it's a it's a fear as a parent for both my wife, and I and family members. But at the same time, it's you know, we we just have to persevere through it. And that's all we do. I'd like to hear a little bit more about how you learned how to do everything because that had to be just astounding right? That was the day. He was diagnosed we actually did. I'll let my wife go into that. When we actually went to the colleges it was it was. Honestly, I've never had so much information thrown at me at one and my wife, and I and the annual at one time it was it was scary being that we didn't understand exactly what type one was we questioned ourselves. We question the things that we we ate in our own household. And when we realized and got more educated on on, you know, what this disease is what it what it does. And what it can do we, you know, we we immediately started making changes within the household. Yeah. Amazing. I mean, I'm a parent too. I know that you you wake up, and you just want everything to be perfect. And what would you add Jacqueline to that experience? You've had. I don't ever wanna relive that. Again, my heart breaks every time I hear I have another child or another person being diagnosed with type one diabetes. I feel we feel exactly what they go through that pain. Trying to figure out the new normal. You know, the date nothing else diagnosed February eighteenth seventeenth was a normal day from for us all of a sudden everything changed our lives went up in the air trying to figure out what we can do to keep our child safe. I think that's our biggest fear. We put our heads down tried to go to sleep at night. And.
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"Foreign ministry summoned the polish on voi- in the country. Following an announcement by secretary of state, Mike Pompeo that Poland will host an international conference on Iran in the Middle East in mid February the official I r n a news agency reported that Iran conveyed its protests. Message to Poland demanding that it not side with this quote hostile move by the United States against Tehran. I'm Barbara Kusak. Clear the stronger than we look type I've had type one diabetes since I was to the braver than you think type. Have to take insulin shots every single day. The type that sees the odds and says they're meant to be overcome the research J D R F is funding. It's life changing the plan for a cure. I hope type one diabetes will be something. I used to have the closer than you think type things like the artificial pancreas. They aren't ideas. They're happening right now, the type that will stop at nothing. No more blood sugar tests. Absolutely nothing. No more insulin shots until type one becomes type. Support GDR, the world's largest funder of type one diabetes research. So one day, you can say I helped turn type one to type none. Now at J D R F Donald spread the work cash tag type, none. What are these standout self-driving cars at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas was created by a Russian tech company. The company is yet index and gave test drives or test rides more accurately in a souped up Toyota Prius that safely traveled up and down the Las Vegas strip PC MAG dot com reports what drives the car is. It's Widar system. That's light detection and ranging that senses objects on all sides of the car yet index which is the fifth largest search engine in the world maps each city for its self driving taxi service and says the hardest thing to predict is what the human drivers on the road. We'll do. I'm Evan Haning. The woman who helped establish mercy corps and was belong time. Wife of singer. Pat Boone has died. Shirley, Boone was eighty four years old. She died Friday surrounded by her four daughters who sang to her. I'm Barbara Kusak. I can't believe he found them. He seems sorry. We very clearly told him not to look up there. I'm honestly impressed that he was able to do. Balance on that big chair. I mean, I guess he'll just know. What is gifts are this year? I really thought we had it in them. Well, if they can find their presence, they can find a gun..
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"Insulin producing cells, and so they spontaneously developed diabetes after about, you know, fourteen eighteen weeks of age. So we know exactly when they're going to get diabetes. So we can do prevention studies or we can do curative studies in those animals depending on their age. And you said you had a third system is that different. Or is it? Well, the third system is humans. Okay. So we do studies in humans and an a great example was a study that I'm collaborating on with Linda Maglione, who's a pediatric endocrinologist who. Studies type one diabetes and believe it or not it started in zebra fish. So we identified a drug that is used today. Clinically in certain cancers that in zebra fish seemed to be protective of the insulin producing cells, and when we showed that we then moved into the mouse model, and we showed that we could feed these mice for four weeks for a period of time before they develop diabetes, then stop the feeding and then their risk of diabetes is reduced dramatically. And then because the drug is already on the market. And it's and it's marketed as a drug called f Florida theme we were able to use a low dose of that drug. Get file what's called a in a investigational new drug application to the FDA. And and then we did a dosing study in people. With diabetes and with the simple goal to find out. If we gave this drug for about six weeks in these individuals, can we see an improvement in insulin. Secretion do you? So we don't have the results back yet. The study is almost done. It was funded by the J D R F, and and it was done at three different sites. One here in Indianapolis, one in Milwaukee and one in buffalo, and and so those three sites recruited patients put them on the medication for six weeks. So we'll have that data probably by this time next year. It sounds like with the mouse model it was somewhat prevention as well though. I mean, yeah, that was what we were doing. So we're not doing a prevention study in humans, although that's the direction that a lot of people are going is in prevention studies, and what we did in this human study was asked to simple question, if it can prevent diabetes in the mouse because it protected the beta cells, which are the cells that produce insulin. Can we give? Them to humans with the disease and show some improvement in the function of those cells, and if we can then that would sit strongly suggest it could work, and then we would go and do perhaps a prevention study in this type two diabetes. This is type one. Oh, it's like one one. So so you're trying to bring back beta cells them from. Yeah. So that's interesting. So we're not trying to bring them back from death because that that would be hard to do. Right. But what we have learned with a lot of the studies we've done in humans in the past five years, we've been able to get pancreas from donors who've given their their pancreas to to sort of the scientific community after they passed away that even though we think of these cells all dead..