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Scientists honored for COVID-19 tracker, prenatal test

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 d ago

Scientists honored for COVID-19 tracker, prenatal test

"A scientist who created a global COVID-19 tracker was among those honored for achievement in medical research Lauren Gardner a Johns Hopkins University engineer who studies the spread of diseases is the recipient of this year's lasker award for public service by the Albert and Mary lasker foundation which recognizes achievements in medical research Gardner worked with her lab team to develop a website that tracks COVID-19 as the virus began spreading worldwide in January of 2020 The dashboard became the key resource for the public and policymakers seeking information on global cases deaths and vaccines Other award winners include a biologist in Hong Kong who designed a prenatal blood test for pregnant mothers that can screen their unborn children for down syndrome and three scientists whose work on key immune proteins helped launch the field of integrin research I'm Jennifer King

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Google, IBM Backtrack on Race-Conscious Fellowships

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:55 min | Last week

Google, IBM Backtrack on Race-Conscious Fellowships

"I'm continuing my discussion of the misdoings and malfeasance of various social media platforms. And now I want to talk about Google. Now what I'm saying about Google to some degree also applies to IBM. Apparently, Google and IBM and I talked about this on the podcast, think about a week or so week or two ago. Established race based scholarship programs. And established them in coordination with many elite universities. The Google program alone was called the Google fellowship. And Google was carrying out this program with Harvard, Princeton, MIT, University of Pennsylvania, duke, NYU, UNC Chapel Hill, Johns Hopkins, I'm Carnegie Mellon. So this is a Google fellowship, and basically under the Google fellowship, if the selection process produced more than two nominees for this for this fellowship, Google required that the next two nominees quote self identify as a woman black African descent, you know, the whole, the whole gamut, trans, LatinX, or person with a disability. But it was essentially a kind of mandatory quota. You have to do this. So these colleges entered into contracts with Google as a requirement. Now, this as it turns out, flatly violates not only the well, gladly vibrate violates a civil rights law that goes all the way back to 1866, which completely bans racial discrimination and contracting. And let's notice that these are contracts between Google and these universities. And then there's also title 6 of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which bans racial discrimination at federally funded schools, and all these schools, some of them, of course, private, some of them, public, but nevertheless, they all have massive contracts with the federal government and so they fall under the federally funded clause. Now, the free Beacon, the Washington free Beacon, publicized, did an article, which I talked about here on the podcast about this policy on the part of Google. And they also mentioned that IBM has a similar policy IBM had a fellowship program, and it required a mandated that half the nominees of this PhD fellowship program B quote diversity candidates. Now, Google talked, I'm sorry, the Washington free Beacon talked to a bunch of civil rights lawyers when they go, well, these programs are illegal.

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Students Shouldn't Be Forced to Get Vaccinated

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:03 min | 2 weeks ago

Students Shouldn't Be Forced to Get Vaccinated

"Hey, I'd like to tell you about some heroes. Some doctors who have stepped up epic times reports a team of 9 experts from Harvard Johns Hopkins, Johns Hopkins and other top universities, has published research about the efficacy and safety of the COVID-19 vaccines, and why mandating vaccines for college students is unethical. The thought that you would allow your young that your young son or daughter to get vaccinated because college requires it. I understand the dilemma you face. Because you believe that college is going to add so much to your son or daughter's ultimate economic well-being, I understand that. But it's not worth it.

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Marc Goldwein: Forgiving Student Loans Will Make Inflation Worse

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:05 min | Last month

Marc Goldwein: Forgiving Student Loans Will Make Inflation Worse

"Even on CNN, even on CNN, an economics professor, a federal budget expert. Somebody named Johns Hopkins, economics professor Mark Goldwyn, was on with CNN's poppy Harlow. Poor poppy seemed flabbergasted to hear an economics professor confirm that forgiving student debt will make inflation worse that's sort of the catch 22 of this all. We can send everybody another round of checks to pay for their inflation costs. But that would actually make inflation worse. What we need to do now is get inflation out of control. One of the easiest ways to do that is to ask people to start paying back the debt they already owe. To start making the principal payments that they already agreed to. And by the way, while not everybody that has students at is rich, disproportionately, student debt is being held by people that have advanced degrees and be good income, and they can bear it a lot more than everyday Americans that are seeing the cost of their gasoline and clothing go up.

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Biden leaves White House for the first time since getting COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Biden leaves White House for the first time since getting COVID-19

"President Biden and his most recent COVID quarantine leaving The White House Sunday for the first time since becoming infected with the coronavirus last month Reporters yelled questions as Biden made his way to board marine one He said I'm feeling good The president was on his way to join First Lady Jill Biden at Rehoboth beach in his home state of Delaware Biden's doctor says the 79 year old tested negative for two straight days in a row and continues to feel well The president who is fully vaccinated and boosted had a rare rebound case of COVID after taking the antiviral packs livid Biden is scheduled to travel to flood ravaged eastern Kentucky Monday Meanwhile Johns Hopkins reports almost a 115,000 new

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Scars of COVID persist for sickest survivors, their families

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 2 months ago

Scars of COVID persist for sickest survivors, their families

"While more than a million Americans have died from COVID-19 many are struggling with long-term health issues after surviving about with the virus Freddie Fernández is a 41 year old father of 6 from Carthage Missouri He meant to get vaccinated but wound up on life support hospitalized for 5 months from COVID-19 His fiance Vanessa Cruz traveled four hours each way to visit him Now he's home with his family out of the wheelchair but relying on an oxygen tank to breathe It's something to appreciate to value life Doctor Ann Parker a pulmonologist who co directs the post acute COVID-19 team at the Johns Hopkins University school of medicine says there's a large wave of patients who survived severe COVID illness but are still battling impairments two years after leaving the hospital They're not necessarily most limited by their lung function That they're really limited by neuropsychological and neuromuscular challenges Fernández's family says that as the world moves on COVID-19 is not gone for them as they deal with the long-term consequences I am Jennifer King

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With hospitalizations up, France weighs return to masks

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

With hospitalizations up, France weighs return to masks

"Tourism is booming again in France And so is COVID-19 I'm Ben Thomas with some details New coronavirus cases have been rising in France nearly 93,000 per day by Johns Hopkins latest count and government data shows nearly 1000 patients hospitalized per day over the past two weeks Still tourism is booming there this summer Asked to tell hotels president Serge cachon says it's only taken a few months to return to pre-pandemic levels Not only to recover but to overpass the best result we ever had in Paris in the trees and I think it is the same all over France The French government has invited or recommended people go back to using face masks though they stopped short of renewing restrictions that might scare visitors away or revive protests I'm Ben Thomas

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For now, wary US treads water with transformed COVID-19

AP News Radio

01:24 min | 3 months ago

For now, wary US treads water with transformed COVID-19

"The fast changing coronavirus has kicked off summer in the U.S. with lots of infections but relatively few deaths compared to prior incarnations I'm Ben Thomas with an update on the coronavirus For many people the virus is not nearly as dangerous as it once was but COVID-19 is still killing hundreds of Americans each day The latest count by Johns Hopkins University puts the 7 day moving average at 354 And the Food and Drug Administration this week told vaccine makers to tweak any booster doses intended for fall so they protect against the newest relatives of the omicron variant FDA vaccine chief doctor Peter marks None of us has a crystal ball and we are trying to use every last ounce of what we can from predictive modeling and from the data that we have that's emerging to try to get ahead of a virus that has been very crafty It is a mixed and confusing picture repeat infections are increasingly likely and a sizable share of those infected will face lingering symptoms of long COVID Doctor Arnold monto is the acting chair of the FDA's advisory panel on vaccines Looking in the past doesn't help us a great deal to look in the future for this virus which has baffled a lot of us and made predictions almost irrelevant I'm Ben Thomas

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Why Vaccines Don't Need Emergency Authroization

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:12 min | 3 months ago

Why Vaccines Don't Need Emergency Authroization

"Telling me I was asking you about the notion of vaccinating 6 month olds, which I believe borders the criminal. And you don't even have to react to that. I'm just want my audience to know, I'm perfectly okay with being quoted, I think it borders the criminal. So you said that there were two reasons that you were you thought this is awful and unlikely to continue. So it's not that there's two reasons it's that in order to have emergency use authorization, there has to be an emergency. There isn't the CDC's own data shows that the risk of death in somebody less than 18 from COVID is .001%. Where's the emergency? Researchers out of Johns Hopkins looked at data less than 18 of folks that had COVID 48,000 patients, they concluded there is a 0% rate of mortality, well children simply do not die from COVID. The second is there has to be no alternative effective treatment. And you and I both know that we can treat COVID, especially when we can treat early. And Dennis, listen,

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Dr. Joel Zinberg: Why COVID Lockdowns Didn't Work

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:32 min | 4 months ago

Dr. Joel Zinberg: Why COVID Lockdowns Didn't Work

"So called experts in the mandatory lockdown states didn't understand is that people react on their own with risk of infectious disease. And there have been a number that's a primary reason why a number of studies have documented that the lockdowns really had very little impact in terms of preserving the health of populations. It was a recent study from Johns Hopkins that confirmed that there was an earlier systematic review from a Canadian economist that confirmed that a big part of that reason is because people reacted well before the government intervened. So the elderly and other vulnerable people avoided going to crowded places where they might be vulnerable. They would wear masks on their own. They didn't need a government bureaucrat to tell them to do that. And then for things like masking, particularly in situations like school, it was never very clear that mass had any impact. The sort of bandanas and cute little cloth masks that kids were wearing were basically worthless. And even with better masks, it's unclear, we think they have an effect, although it's primarily probably in terms of controlling the source, the person who's infected from infecting others rather than protecting uninfected people. But it's not very clear how well they do

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It's not over: COVID-19 cases are on the rise again in US

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

It's not over: COVID-19 cases are on the rise again in US

"Covert covert covert covert nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen cases cases cases cases are are are are on on on on the the the the rise rise rise rise again again again again thanks thanks thanks thanks to to to to the the the the B. B. B. B. A. A. A. A. two two two two sub sub sub sub variant variant variant variant covered covered covered covered nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen cases cases cases cases are are are are up up up up across across across across the the the the country country country country the the the the seven seven seven seven day day day day rolling rolling rolling rolling average average average average for for for for daily daily daily daily new new new new cases cases cases cases rose rose rose rose to to to to almost almost almost almost forty forty forty forty thousand thousand thousand thousand this this this this week week week week up up up up from from from from just just just just over over over over thirty thirty thirty thirty thousand thousand thousand thousand two two two two weeks weeks weeks weeks ago ago ago ago that's that's that's that's according according according according to to to to Johns Johns Johns Johns Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins but but but but no no no no one one one one expects expects expects expects a a a a peak peak peak peak nearly nearly nearly nearly as as as as high high high high as as as as the the the the last last last last one one one one when when when when the the the the contagious contagious contagious contagious Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron version version version version of of of of the the the the corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus ripped ripped ripped ripped through through through through the the the the population population population population experts experts experts experts say say say say a a a a higher higher higher higher level level level level of of of of immunity immunity immunity immunity from from from from vaccinations vaccinations vaccinations vaccinations or or or or past past past past infections infections infections infections is is is is keeping keeping keeping keeping the the the the surge surge surge surge somewhat somewhat somewhat somewhat in in in in check check check check I'm I'm I'm I'm Shelley Shelley Shelley Shelley Adler Adler Adler Adler

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Death toll nears 6 million as pandemic enters its 3rd year

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Death toll nears 6 million as pandemic enters its 3rd year

"The world is on the verge of another milestone in the corona virus pandemic and Ben Thomas with the latest numbers Johns Hopkins university's tally shows more than five million nine hundred and ninety seven thousand people have died of confirmed covert nineteen infections around the world as of mid day Sunday that's just three thousand short of six million deaths over the past two plus years while many places including the U. S. are relaxing precautions evidence suggests the pandemic is anything but over remote Pacific islands are just now grappling with their first outbreaks Hong Kong is battling its worst in Eastern Europe is seeing a spike in deaths amid the surge of refugees coming from Ukraine meanwhile the US is nearing one million deaths I'm Ben Thomas

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US virus cases, hospitalizations continue steady decline

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 8 months ago

US virus cases, hospitalizations continue steady decline

"There are new signs that the Omicron surge is weakening across the country U. S. health officials say the total number of daily cases confirm this weekend just over one hundred thousand is a major improvement from mid January when Johns Hopkins University recorded more than eight hundred thousand cases each day and hospitalizations are down sharply eighty thousand on average in mid February nearly half of January's numbers one virus expert Dr Thomas Russo at the university of buffalo says he thinks Omicron is starting to run out of people to infect but there are still concerns with tens of millions of Americans still unvaccinated lifting virus restrictions is going to spark new cases Vanderbilt university's Dr William Schaffner says he's not comfortable taking masks off yet warning it's much too early to raise the banner of mission accomplished I'm Jackie Quinn

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Dr. Marty Makary: Study Shows COVID Natural Immunity Lasts up to 22 Months

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | 8 months ago

Dr. Marty Makary: Study Shows COVID Natural Immunity Lasts up to 22 Months

"We finally answered the question that public health officials have dangled as an unknown to the last two years And that is does natural immunity stand up to the test of time And so my research colleagues at Johns Hopkins and I did a large study where we invited 800 people who were not vaccinated And those who had a positive COVID test in the past they had circulating antibodies 99.3% of them and those antibodies were present up to 20 months almost two years after because that's as long as we had people around who had the infection So natural immunity is present It's there It's durable It works And the NIH should have been doing this study not us They've got $42 billion My colleague Steve hanke who's an outstanding senior researcher at Johns Hopkins head of the applied economics institute Also looked at the effectiveness of lockdowns and found as you know there was no significant benefit on mortality Two tenths of 1% in terms of reduction versus a massive increase in non COVID excess mortality almost a quarter million people who died just from all the restrictions and everything we did Some people think he shouldn't have done that study They think we should not have evaluated whether or not lockdowns work I would argue this is the biggest intervention in human history and

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Hospitals begin to limp out of the latest COVID-19 surge

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 8 months ago

Hospitals begin to limp out of the latest COVID-19 surge

"Many many many many hospitals hospitals hospitals hospitals across across across across the the the the country country country country are are are are reporting reporting reporting reporting a a a a big big big big drop drop drop drop in in in in the the the the number number number number of of of of coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus cases cases cases cases the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. centers centers centers centers for for for for disease disease disease disease control's control's control's control's reporting reporting reporting reporting the the the the number number number number of of of of people people people people hospitalized hospitalized hospitalized hospitalized with with with with Kobe Kobe Kobe Kobe at at at at nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen in in in in the the the the past past past past three three three three weeks weeks weeks weeks has has has has dropped dropped dropped dropped more more more more than than than than twenty twenty twenty twenty eight eight eight eight percent percent percent percent still still still still there's there's there's there's an an an an average average average average of of of of one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred five five five five thousand thousand thousand thousand Americans Americans Americans Americans still still still still needing needing needing needing hospital hospital hospital hospital care care care care and and and and even even even even as as as as patient patient patient patient levels levels levels levels are are are are dropping dropping dropping dropping off off off off hospital hospital hospital hospital staffers staffers staffers staffers are are are are exhausted exhausted exhausted exhausted from from from from dealing dealing dealing dealing with with with with the the the the Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron spike spike spike spike and and and and facing facing facing facing a a a a backlog backlog backlog backlog of of of of postpone postpone postpone postpone surgeries surgeries surgeries surgeries that that that that still still still still need need need need to to to to be be be be performed performed performed performed like like like like hip hip hip hip replacements replacements replacements replacements cancer cancer cancer cancer and and and and brain brain brain brain surgeries surgeries surgeries surgeries an an an an epidemiologist epidemiologist epidemiologist epidemiologist at at at at Johns Johns Johns Johns Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins school school school school of of of of public public public public health health health health says says says says they they they they can't can't can't can't help help help help but but but but worry worry worry worry that that that that another another another another variant variant variant variant could could could could emerge emerge emerge emerge before before before before a a a a full full full full recovery recovery recovery recovery from from from from the the the the Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron wave wave wave wave I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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Biden Admin Falsely Claims They Were Never Pro Lockdown

The Larry Elder Show

00:58 sec | 8 months ago

Biden Admin Falsely Claims They Were Never Pro Lockdown

"Now Jen Psaki says that Joe Biden has never been pro locked down. Johns Hopkins study on the lockdowns. It was this meta analysis that came out of several studies lockdown during the first COVID spring of 2020. Found that it only reduced Commodore by .2% in the U.S. and Europe. And suggested they have little to no public health benefit, but severe consequences for the economy. And it suggests that lockdowns shouldn't be a part of a future pandemic response. Is that the shared view of the administration looking in the rearview mirror? Well, I would say I would first of course point you into our health and medical experts for specifics on this specific scientific study. I would note that the president has been clear. We're not pushing lockdowns. We've not been pro locked down. Really? This is the same press secretary, of course, who says the build back better doesn't add a penny to the debt. Never mind what the CBO says.

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US surpasses 900,000 coronavirus deaths

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

US surpasses 900,000 coronavirus deaths

"The the the the US US US US is is is is marking marking marking marking another another another another grim grim grim grim milestone milestone milestone milestone when when when when it it it it comes comes comes comes to to to to cope cope cope cope with with with with nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. has has has has now now now now surpassed surpassed surpassed surpassed nine nine nine nine hundred hundred hundred hundred thousand thousand thousand thousand deaths deaths deaths deaths from from from from Kobe Kobe Kobe Kobe nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen in in in in fact fact fact fact Johns Johns Johns Johns Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins University University University University reports reports reports reports it's it's it's it's close close close close to to to to nine nine nine nine hundred hundred hundred hundred three three three three thousand thousand thousand thousand Americans Americans Americans Americans who who who who have have have have died died died died since since since since the the the the start start start start of of of of the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic this this this this evening evening evening evening on on on on Capitol Capitol Capitol Capitol Hill Hill Hill Hill lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers will will will will gather gather gather gather and and and and observe observe observe observe a a a a moment moment moment moment of of of of silence silence silence silence and and and and discovered discovered discovered discovered fatigue fatigue fatigue fatigue continues continues continues continues in in in in many many many many communities communities communities communities are are are are easing easing easing easing mask mask mask mask and and and and travel travel travel travel requirements requirements requirements requirements throughout throughout throughout throughout Asia Asia Asia Asia another another another another spike spike spike spike is is is is reported reported reported reported link link link link to to to to the the the the lunar lunar lunar lunar new new new new year year year year celebrations celebrations celebrations celebrations Singapore Singapore Singapore Singapore and and and and Japan Japan Japan Japan are are are are reporting reporting reporting reporting thousands thousands thousands thousands of of of of new new new new cases cases cases cases we we we we have have have have hundreds hundreds hundreds hundreds more more more more in in in in Hong Hong Hong Hong Kong Kong Kong Kong and and and and Indonesia Indonesia Indonesia Indonesia I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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US death toll from COVID-19 hits 900,000, sped by omicron

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

US death toll from COVID-19 hits 900,000, sped by omicron

"The the the the number number number number of of of of dead dead dead dead in in in in the the the the United United United United States States States States from from from from the the the the corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus has has has has reached reached reached reached nine nine nine nine hundred hundred hundred hundred thousand thousand thousand thousand the the the the total total total total compiled compiled compiled compiled by by by by Johns Johns Johns Johns Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins University University University University is is is is greater greater greater greater than than than than the the the the population population population population of of of of Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianapolis San San San San Francisco Francisco Francisco Francisco or or or or Charlotte Charlotte Charlotte Charlotte North North North North Carolina Carolina Carolina Carolina the the the the number number number number of of of of deaths deaths deaths deaths reached reached reached reached eight eight eight eight hundred hundred hundred hundred thousand thousand thousand thousand less less less less than than than than two two two two months months months months ago ago ago ago the the the the Makran Makran Makran Makran variant variant variant variant is is is is in in in in part part part part the the the the reason reason reason reason for for for for the the the the rising rising rising rising number number number number president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is noting noting noting noting a a a a recent recent recent recent drop drop drop drop in in in in the the the the number number number number of of of of cases cases cases cases down down down down in in in in half half half half in in in in just just just just three three three three weeks weeks weeks weeks still still still still too too too too many many many many cases cases cases cases still still still still we we we we have have have have to to to to be be be be on on on on the the the the on on on on the the the the alert alert alert alert but but but to to to be be be clear clear clear this this this is is is a a a dramatic dramatic dramatic decline decline decline according according according to to to Johns Johns Johns Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins cases cases cases have have have been been been declining declining declining in in in forty forty forty nine nine nine out out out of of of fifty fifty fifty states states states over over over the the the past past past two two two weeks weeks weeks but but but deaths deaths deaths per per per day day day are are are on on on the the the rise rise rise in in in at at at least least least thirty thirty thirty five five five states states states doctor doctor doctor Sheesh Sheesh Sheesh John John John dean dean dean of of of the the the Brown Brown Brown University University University school school school of of of public public public health health health predicts predicts predicts the the the US US US will will will reach reach reach one one one million million million deaths deaths deaths by by by April April April at at at Donahue Donahue Donahue Washington Washington Washington

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"john hopkins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"john hopkins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thank you and we're sorry that the audio is a little rough there but thank you Vinny for doing that We're also watching futures following those numbers They didn't move very much S&P futures remain lowered down 21 points to down features down a 170 NASDAQ features down 66 in the Dax in Germany's down 9 tenths of a percent Ten year treasury down 1330 seconds he had 1.61% and they yelled on the two year .43% nymex screwed oil up 9 10% or 77 cents at $83 5 cents a barrel co makes gold on a tenth of a percent on a dollar 40 as 1766 80 announced the Euro 1.1603 against the dollar British band 1.3726 and again one 14 .28 And that's a Bloomberg business flash Tom and Paul Thanks so much Karen Talk about this in a moment We're going to run to Johns Hopkins and the pandemic but a headline that is stunning Apollo has hired roger Ferguson to take on a new vice chairman role There'll be a lot to talk about that in a few moments Right now recorded before the announcement of the death of Colin Powell with COVID complications a conversation on this present pandemic Joshua sharfstein John Hopkins It's most likely you know pretty pretty significant I would think that for that particular strain it's going to be durable Most people are saying at least for a couple years the real question mark here though is whether there is a mutation in the virus that makes the vaccine not so good in which case it's not really a booster It's a different vaccine against a different form of the virus that we might need Josh there is an issue right now not only of the developed world which frankly does seem to be on the decline when it comes to the number of COVID cases Thankfully But the rest of the world that might not have access to vaccines are the big biopharmaceutical companies doing the best that they can in your view to increase distribution and supplies to the other countries that have not yet really seen penetration with vaccines Now in my view know they're not And it's really appalling unfortunately and particularly I think the criticism for Moderna has been pretty intense because the company is selling just a very very small amount of vaccine Sometimes at high prices to low income countries and there are many many parts of the world that have very poor access to those two very effective vaccines I think Pfizer is considered to be doing somewhat better job But really what we need is real manufacturing capacity in those countries so that they're not dependent on exports And in the future they can use that capacity if there is another strain that needs a vaccine or there are other vaccines that need to be made And the government really funded the technology here and many different ways It is really appropriate for that technology to be transferred effectively Where is the burden here Should it be on the public sector because this is a global health issue and it's not just a humanitarian one It's also about health to get the COVID under control around the world Or is this really on the specific private biopharmaceutical companies Well there's such a mix in terms of how this whole project worked I mean the technology was supported by investments from the public sector the actual vaccines You know we're only possible because of guaranteed purchases and upfront investments in the case of Moderna from the public sector And so that's where the technology is You can't say to the public sector well you know go fix it without the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines Those are public sector creations And so it is really all of our responsibility To the world not just to be handing out vaccines but to be helping them go to their capacity to make them themselves We all have our way of measuring this natural disaster doctor sharpstein For me I look at one statistic in one of the papers And the good news is it's ebbing down Number of deaths per day Do you have a target for number of deaths per day in the United States of America Well you know I'm really looking forward to it going under a hundred I mean we're still at like 1500 Yeah I'm using 1500 Correct Yeah It's really high I mean I think that I mean I feel like we're in a much better place than we're at under a hundred a day which is totally possible You know I think with vaccination and with the little bit of passage of time here you know but we really do have to keep pushing forward Don't do just quickly What is the efficacy of the J&J vaccine after 6 months What are we finding out about that We're finding out that I think kind of holding steady in the 70s somewhere Particularly for hospitalization And that is not as good as the other vaccines which is I think what you're hearing at the FDA advisory committee So why are we so why are we still using that here in America then Doctor why are we not just pushing that one to one side and saying look the efficacy is not there Why keep using it You know that's not an unfair question to ask I think that part of the reason is that it looks pretty good with two doses So I think that and that second dose may be from one of the other vaccines it may be that the FDA will say it's fine to use a booster with a different dose But you're asking a good question You know why start out with it if we have these other vaccines I'll give you one other reason which is that there are some people who are allergic to some of the components of the mRNA vaccines they can not take them In which case you know the Johnson Johns a vaccine that's a good alternative Josh Richards in there of Johns Hopkins today Huge news flow we hope to have a discussion on the death of Colin Powell We'll do that here in the next half hour The market's trying to get open with a little bit of a setback off the good news of a number of days And one of the things I see and I have is it called squid games I haven't seen it The only one east of the Mississippi Hasn't seen it mainly The keen households watching anything to do with Korean TV were watching And boy bands and all that I'm fascinated by the questioning and markdowns of Disney's streaming Yeah Is this about the genre of your streaming No I think it's just a question of the growth in your subscriber base Of course you've got this huge huge fixed cost of programming whether it's 15 billion or $20 billion a year And the way you cover that is through subscription revenue And so they put out some forecasts when they launched this thing a year and a half two years ago And I think they had some great great early success launching Disney+ And as people look out to the out years of some of these subscriber projections given the competition and they're just kind of calling to question some of those numbers And that's a big question mark because again you've got that fixed cost to programming and you've got to have more subscribers to generate the revenue to generate some cash flow I got to do a day to check here but I got like 14 more questions for Paul Sweeney on this We'll try to do that across the week 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"john hopkins" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"john hopkins" Discussed on Cardionerds

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"john hopkins" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"john hopkins" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"There's no way to misunderstand this now. The guard is changed since then people involved now are different and now they're hiding stuff from you now. They're keeping it from your view. The reality is it's about vaccine. Experts a culture of fear pushing largely useless antivirals and irrational vaccine policies. Right this is directly from the w. joe back before things changed. Not even say that they were doing good is there. Were at least willing to call this out at least these two were. So how do we rectify this. Had the point is right now. We're staring at the same problem. They're discussing here. The combination of flu pneumonia and covert nineteen called p. c. Which is exactly. What the cdc states. They're doing right this moment. The combination of all three of those things in reporting as a blunt number. Exactly what they're doing here right. So johns hopkins. Dr stands up and says this is what they're doing. They're lying hiding data to suit their agenda. Well it's exactly what the. Who said it's exactly what the aj said and it should be exactly what you realize is the reality because it's happening right in front of in real time and the evidence has never been more clear. It's about whether you are accepting or willing to engage it. Don't trust it just engaging look at it ask questions and you will walk away immediately going. I can't believe i ever thought this wasn't the case now to end. Lastly there's an interesting development here for our local fox reporter houston says live on the air that fox corp has been muzzling me now. Apparently there's things that come out. She's about to talk to project. Veritas where it's gonna go. I feel like they have seen already slipping out that it seems like it's a real partisan one-sided we'll see where it goes business should know it. The bottom line is fox. News is muzzling. what she's been saying. You heard this from allison from el morro. You've heard this from people have someone. I've interviewed us to be on the mainstream media. I've been her show as well. Who's slide out tells you. They would not let her do specific vaccine stories. Because it wasn't something that will talk about like it's all there. They control the flow of information Keepers. and she's telling you again. This is happening so the question is whether you are willing to stand back and ask the question. Is it possible this is happening. Is it possible that this is happening. The way that these people are telling us it is. Are they hiding information. And is this leading to a massive conspiracy. That's hiding the reality of the danger in my life right now. If you're not willing to ask that question then you've already made your mind up and it doesn't matter the truth is and you need to reflect on that. Thank you for being here today and continuing to ask questions. This just never stops being important guys. Real world actions. What's needed but this the flow of information. The challenging of their blocking of information is so paramount. A lot of people tend to falsely. Assume that like this is all we're doing right and if their mistake for assuming which is never a good thing to do. Every single day i go out and i take action rely every single day. I'm doing things to fight for the stuff we talk about. That's what we all do. Take this the real world. Spread the information fight for this reality because every moment we don't we are losing pieces of it. I love you all as always question everything. Come to your own. Conclusions stay vigilant..

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"john hopkins" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"john hopkins" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

"Innovation from one of the top hospitals in the country. We wanted to devote an episode to really digging into some of the most significant revelations that were shared with us by these world class practitioners. You'll see why these are featured moments as we relive the groundbreaking and passionate practice of one of the nation's very best in research hospitals. So join me on this special medicine. Where still practicing. I'm bill curtis. Johns hopkins may be known for its outstanding research and development in all facets of care but what stood out for us is there equal commitment towards streamlining the full recovery process as well as their compassion for the whole patient. This attention to the patient is best exemplified by a unique and industry. Changing style of care. In the icu. Dr dale needham shared his groundbreaking research in regard to keeping patients awake while in the intensive care unit out. I know such a scary environment like an. Icu may be the last place where patients wanna be awake and lucid. But here dr needham shares. Why keeping patients coherent and engaged is actually best. Practice for the healthcare industry going forward. Most patients don't know how critical care is delivered so most patients we don't need to have discussions with them around this other than when we're not giving them deep sedation. And they're awake alert and contract with us we can directly asked them if they're anxious if they're in pain and give just the right amount of medication to take away any discomfort and allow them to be awake and in fact when we most often ask patients you know. Are you uncomfortable. Would you like some additional medications. When patients are not delirious. Most often they tell us no. I do not want your medications that. Give me confused thinking. Let's give a little bit of pain medication. Let's be up and moving so my back doesn't hurt lane in bed. Let's turn on tv. Let's engage with family either in person or through video conference. Let's do some things that help distract them. Were so very fortunate that we have dr megan hosie a rehabilitation psychologists who will address issues of anxiety through talking to patients rather than trying to give them powerful sedatives that 'cause confused thinking delirium and long-term cognitive impairments. So did you have a difficult time in the transition. Having been in the icu. Now in my twenty ninth year there is a culture at least in our main intensive care unit. The culture has always been patient. Comfort is paramount concern. In the i think the reflects amongst the nursing staff has always been because of the old adage to sedate is really compassionate. Did you have the same that we've been trying to overcome in changing the culture of from sedation to awakening absolutely most people who practice in the intensive care unit telling them that our patients should be awaken. Moving is like telling them. The earth is flat. This is completely different than everything that most of us learned when we are in our training and most of us have seen however if we go back to the early days of critical care when intensive care units were first being created patients were routinely awake and moving at that early stage but then the pendulum swung justice. You said with people thinking that sedation was going to make patients feel better. But when we began to think that we didn't understand this concept of delirium and we didn't realize that giving patients these powerful sedatives also directly causes this confused thinking and during this confused thinking patients aren't calm peaceful in an amnesic state like in the operating room. These patients are having horrible nightmares and delirium feeling like somebody's trying to harm them. There's blood coming out of the walls that there's rats on the floor that they're dead babies lane next to them in bed. These are actual memories that patients have had during their delirium. So there's nothing about back that's common peaceful and the biggest modifiable risk factor for delirium is our heavy use of sedatives that must change issues in order to provide compassionate care to our patients. These memories that i've talked about can last for months or years and are typically the same kind of memories that patients flash back to when they have post traumatic stress disorder after the issue that affects approximately one in four patients. That have been in an icu. As you may have heard. Dr nita mentioned there is another special tool in his belt for delivering exceptional. Care to icu. Patients and that's his rehabilitation psychologist. Dr megan hosie dr. Jose is kind of practitioner. That you hope you never need but if you or your loved ones find yourselves in the uncomfortable situation of being an icu patient you could experience side effects that cause delirium nightmares or even worse under those circumstances dr. Jose is the exact person you by your side to prevent or treat the psychological side of an icu stay. dr hoses. position is a rarity in hospitals these days. But as you're about to hear the work she does on a day to day. Basis is absolutely vital when it comes to excellence in compassionate intensive care so anytime. We're walking in for these patients in this bizarre p. e. We've been finding that a really important tweak is to remind people what it is along with the general reorientation that were doing so for example. We'll tell people where they are. Why they're there and we'll say i'm wearing these masks. And that's to protect us from infection for example enjoy because having colludes nations and delusions won't really understand what fat is aside from introducing yourself any other techniques that can give you leverage on patient who might be half in and half out of reality to help.

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"john hopkins" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"john hopkins" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

"Coming up on the show and i think the again the biggest way that this changes my practice is to just have that much more empathy for what our patients in our providers. Go through together and so. I'm really hoping that once we can get through some of the severity of this in have more of it behind us. I really do think that as a system will be able to look back and not just thinking about what needs to change but how proud we are of how we stepped up and saved a lot of people think.

"john hopkins" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"john hopkins" Discussed on WJR 760

"333,000 John Hopkins University of Medicine reports There are more than 19.1 million confirmed cases across the country. Some household supply manufacturers are betting not everyone will return to the office Once the pandemic ends. The companies that produce food and consumer products are betting that working from home in some form is here to stay. The Wall Street Journal says Connie Agra and craft Time's air upgrading to make more at home Lunch foods. General Mills has added a special manufacturing mind just for cinnamon toast Crunch cereal and Kimberly Clark is converting a plan to make toilet paper for homes. ConAgra's betting that people have formed new habits because the pandemic has lasted so long. It's also increasing production of Marie Callender's healthy choice and others. GeneCo's Sola Fox News. Golf's great white shark has contracted coronavirus for We're world number one ranked golfer Greg Norman is battling covert 19 on social media. Norman shared that he admitted himself to a hospital emergency room on Christmas Day Friday and returned home Saturday. 65 years old Norman experienced fever, headaches and muscle aches. He wrote that he was released from the hospital and is under medication in his guesthouse away from the main house, Norman said, Until I get two consecutive negative tests, I will continue to isolate with my dog. Apollo keeping me company. Norman thanked all those who have expressed concern, love and support, he wrote. Let's put 2020 in our rear view mirrors and looked 2021 beyond where we can get back to life. And whatever the new normal will be. Jarod Max Fox News. There's another case of a monolith, making the news this time in San Francisco and of the fresh baked variety. A nearly 7 ft monolith made of gingerbread mysteriously appeared on the hilltop on Christmas Day. The three sided tower, which was held together by icing and decorated with some gumdrops was discovered at Corona Heights Park. The cookie Crumbled The next day. I'm rich.

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"john hopkins" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"john hopkins" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Because 2.8 million people die per year and about 200,000 or maybe 300,000 elderly people die, and this study found that Hold. It did not have an effect on death. Among the elderly. In other words, what you're saying the same number of elderly died this year with Cove it or last year that died last. Where's this study from? This is not something you just pulled out of nowhere. John Hawkins. Okay. Hopkins, which is the leading John Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins University or our leaders in infectious diseases worldwide. And it's all right now. And so they put out this study and by the way, Johns Hopkins took down the study the same day that it was published. They took it down. They took it down the same day they removed it from the website the same day that it was published. Because it doesn't fit the narrative and the John Hopkins The data came from the CDC website and CDC has also said That there is no that actually Only 12,000 people died from cold. It related Illnesses. Everything else has been piled on right? Everything else is people who normally die. From every age group every year. Right? So what do you know? So, so sad? I'm sorry to interrupt you. What do you What do you make of it? As Ah, You're a You're a journalist registered nurse as well? Yes. What do you make of this? Thank you for pointing that out. I didn't know if we were allowed to say that she's a registered nurse. And she's one of the top top top top bloggers, providers in the country as a registered nurse and watching the statistics and what do you make of it? Well. I think that I think that there's some shading this going on as far as Be, um coronavirus. Um Yes, People are dying, but There. It seems like they're taking Beth that would normally occur every year and they're labeling these deaths as cold. It related And why they're doing it. I don't know. Do you think they're doing my feeling is that it's about control. Well, one I feel it's totally about the election. Um, that's the first thing and I also believe that it's about control. Um, it's about you know, it's about schools about controlling people. You're now making people wear mask. What's next. You gonna make him take a vaccine? I think it's all about control. We're going there. We're going there. And what about global warming and climate change? And all of that has something to do with it. Also, that too, that too, Sandra Rose, Sandra rose dot com My sister thank you for coming on another son. Thank you for having me It's roses and thorns. If you want to catch up with the latest pop culture, politics, celebrity gossip, no better place to get it then Sandra rose dot com Thank you so much for we'll check in with you next week. God bless you. Thank you for 0487207 50 that who's that? Some interesting thing. Shelly and also I was reading where doctors are now coming out, and health experts are saying, Please warn the people that there's a vaccine but there are some side effects. They're begging doctors and the higher up health officials to say, Don't just say Yeah, there's a vaccine. We're giving it to the health care workers. Talk about the side effects. And my goodness, if you came up with the vaccine, nothing against Donald Trump or whoever says they came up with the vaccine. I guess Biden will take credit. I don't know. You came with the vaccine like bam, And we're still waiting for a vaccine for AIDS. We're still waiting for a vaccine for this. We're still waiting 100 years for vaccine for that. But there has to be some type of side effects. Shelly,.

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"john hopkins" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"john hopkins" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"By guest today's David Linden a professor of the Department of Neuroscience at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. His lap because what forbidding use the cellular. Memory storage recovery of function after brain injury at a few other topics. He's the author of full bestselling books on the biology of behavior for the general audience. His most recent book is unique the science of human individuality. Doklam David. Thank you for having me on. Sure. Yeah. So the topic of conversation is your most recent book that just came out. And it's simple. Human individuality. Then I think about humans David. I see eight point three billion people around the world we see do sorta micro segmented ourselves into. An ideal buckets by skin color by language by country be have looted leaders of great democracies reminding us VR in in different buckets. At all the time. So what do you mean by human individuality? Well, what I really mean is all the traits physical. behaviorally emotional cognitive that you can describe about a person them away that I began to think about this. This is about five years ago when I found myself single midlife and I did as people do these days and. I went to an online dating website and I was reading the profiles trying to find woman who I might want to have a conversation with. And worked out very well I met a woman who became my wife She's wonderful. Happy ending. But You know the Nerdy side of me was reading the list of traits that people have their used to describe themselves and wondering how they come about. So you know someone might say, well, I'm five foot eleven and I'm bisexual and I have a Boston accents and I like a bitter beer, but I don't like white chocolate and. I tend to be a risk taker, and so I started thinking well Gosh. How do these traits that make her an individual? Come about. So that's how it all got started. Okay, okay and so So so we'll get into the book in detail, and so you know then I think about sort of human individuality. Yeah..

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"john hopkins" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"john hopkins" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Yeah. Yeah. They see a lot of problems today right? and Algorithms Biases It's It's Morris biases a story candidate learns and makes a allocation seizures. If are themselves, you know the outcome Ovadia bias, the decision making process than the algorithm who learned the wrong Know location rules. Yeah, yeah. So so if you if he'll forward for five years. You Look at Canada Australia and the United States you look at Blood Plaza and kidney and possibly other things. do you think we will be in terms of policy stats It appears different from country to country I. Don't know what e you jamboree is doing and. Know what developing countries you know policies are in this area what's to General View? Eat. Some you know it's always difficult to make predictions my sense is that like in the context of Blau the donation that more and more blood banks are using? Certain. Types of incentives than they're framing them. In. Now, way that you know that they are not perceived as you know payments but what being away that reinforces their donors. Motivational. So your reward, your donors instead of you pay your donors, it makes a big difference in the way in which rewards or incentives are are presented. So in in in the context of organ donation, my sense is that society's. Not just the US Bah also other societies are moving towards recognizing that giving giving an organ particularly keeping his that can begin by leaving a you know a individuals east costly in in that it is. That he's a fact again, this consensus that no one should be made financially worse-off soul though there there is this repugnance factor in in. The. Idea of paying Akini, donors or organ donors a there is a sort of consensus that to. Compensating donors for their costs. direct and indirect is ethically appropriate. So what I think is going to happen is we'll really season indication that this is happening to the the range offering more suitable expenses will be no is expanding and in gaining recognition of the costs that Donald phase, we'll see I, think more willingness to offer reimbursement for the rankles in. An, indirect costs..

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"john hopkins" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"john hopkins" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Across the board. And, you found out almost the same in. Australia. In Australia sort of a middle age of Canada bear, it is illegal in Australia for the play outdoors And Australia. I think is also importing plus that's absolutely right. Yes. Australia in Australia league at the bay plasma donors. will strengthen relies on imported plasma from the US. Sephora. For their plasma therapies a plasma to produce therapies. And we find that Canadians are also K with the. Australian. Plasma donors being nabbing again no way than solve a moral we call it moral Nimby is not in my backyard morality We don't find any evidence of that in the case of of. Famous okay and so. So if I, if I understand his numbers got mighty Oh. Three quarters of the population regardless of their location policy excetera. Feed it's okay to donors for Donors and quarter approximately Don't believe. It's a it's the right thing to do. Now like discuss before I, guess we haven't really. Dug. into. The different types of compensation. So one thing I was thinking about this you know, how do they feel about? Pushing the cost. To the donor. So as you said at the plasma donation takes longer. So somebody taking time of war transportation and so on that is not really really painful plasma but really compensating. The donor for the cost that incurring in the process. I don't know if there was any any sense. Information. Specifically from our candidate. From Canada Study the there there. There is a you know a sort of anecdotes evidence dead. People are more comfortable or you know that there are far fewer concerns for compensation that takes the form of reimbursement of of costs also in the in the ethics bioethics. Community. Jr Actions, to paying. For Body parts you know blood plasma or even organs for transplantation. objections. Are Stronger you know the concern that avalaible poor populations might be unduly pressured into donating because of the promise of monetary reward or that they would be exploited the again by if we allowed a pavements for for body parts. With concerns tend to be. Less strong or or absent together and station is a reimbursement for costs like given by your ethics community there's a widespread consensus I would say that nobody should be made financially worse-off..

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"john hopkins" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"john hopkins" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Around holidays like Thanksgiving Christmas in the summer. So if incentives can be used to again, induce people to donate win a Italian. You of the year when the nations are more needed instead of when they are more abundant than that's the. Way in which incentives can can can provide social social value in. So go back to the east of before you started asking me about vapor that Michael Tonight Bobby in science where we summarize. The available evidence at the time. So not just our papers. Now, a body of evidence that has looked at Blood. Donald Incentives in multiple countries of many different types that all seem to point to. You can actually using sensitives in a way that is not incompatible with the altruism, and that can actually rain for the donners intrinsic motivation to to do. Good. So that's sort of you know the last on that, we we we sort of drew from from the available from the available evidence in that paper. So. So so in general, this appears to be good thing both in terms of willingness to to to donate blood as well as Inter temporal substitution that you talked about indicate that vendetta scarcity of broad. If you provide incentives, you will get a blood donation and that doesn't appear to be you know this this concern that up people who donate blood with incentives Issues and so you have that by selection problem that doesn't the Ryan has said the Yummy forty years ago. This would have been a bigger concern compared to today because today we've got a lot. Rg has gotten so much better at. Identifying Servino contaminated blood Right right yeah. I wouldn't be doing peoper understanding societal support for one three compensation to plasma donors in Canada. So you know embiid this paper, you say examples of transactions that raise or average more concerns. Often leading to the prohibition including constitution same sex marriage in other type of things are markets. So Cuban organs for transplantation, we talk about kidneys Alita paper here. All of those issues Easiest you say you have some observations here you have three different countries that you looking at Canada United States and Australia in United States it is legal to to pay for blood donation but it's not the case in Canada so you're you're looking at these two countries to maybe draw some conclusions so yes. So the EH transactions that You you refer to Economy Economics Nobel Laureates Alvin Roth he? Label them as repugnant transaction, these nationals where the parties would be willing to engage in in an exchange of sometimes involving in with money, for example, paying for for plasma but a but others who are not involved action they object to the exchange and they would like to prevent the to bedia exchange from taking place an example of this type of. Debate, in conversation policy conversation is is payments for plasma in in. Canada. In recent years has been a lot of debate in Canada about whether or not Canadian plasma donors should be allowed to be to be compensated to be paid a huge..

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"john hopkins" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"john hopkins" Discussed on Scientific Sense

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"john hopkins" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"john hopkins" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Have a choice when flying Thanks for flying with us. If you like to join us, 6157379986615737 and I was reading an article from the BBC of all places. Corona virus. Health experts join global anti lock down movement. And they're saying the approaches having a devastating impact on physical and mental health as well as society, and they're calling for protection to be focused on the vulnerable while healthy people. Their lives. Exactly what we've been saying from the get go. So Clay Clark is here. He is the author of Fear. Unmask the truth behind the Corona virus shutdowns. And I'm sure he agrees with that whole Hardly Clay. How are you? Build a thrill. Thank you for allowing me on your show, sir. It is my pleasure. So you heard that? I mean, we now have a bunch of health experts all around the world. I mean, Oh aRer. I think they over 6000 of these, saying the shutdowns or worth worse than the disease. Well, this will make you bad or very happy. So we'll feel happens here might be an emotional tornado. One of my good friends on Dr Richard Bartlett. He was a former top, a medical adviser for Governor Perry of Texas for seven consecutive years. And Ah, he was on Newsmax this week and do another interviews on Glenn Beck. Er, get a good friend of mine, Dr Richard Bartlett. He's treated over 1000 covert 19 patients with zero depth. Using just a view. Death denied O R. Some people called Palme Court because tonight pull McCord and a Z Pak And maybe, you know, we've been trying to get him on. We want to talk to move because that's amazing. I want to get him off. You know, It's amazing. It's like I'm trying to, you know, somewhat connected to the media, and I'm calling you no good. Great shows like yours and friend shows I know to try to get him on the air, and it's amazing how How anybody in the media could not like that information that they could want to delete that information. I mean, think about how nefarious that is. He's talking about a treatment and the media wants to get rid of it. But when you think about it for a second And you think about that Bill Gates is one of the top donors to the will of the World Health Organization. One of the top donors to the CDC. One of the top donors to the John Have John Hopkins University, one of the top donors toe Oxford, You start to realize Well, I mean, it's really Bill Gates controlled a lot of what we hear in a lot of what people perceive as fact. So it worked for great shows like your show here. I don't know where people would turn to Well, and we had the Jane Fonda today, saying that Colbert was God's gift to the left. And so we have over 200,000 people. United States who died from this thing And she thinks it's a great thing because they're using it as a political weapon. Which is exactly what they're doing. So talk to me about the mask thing. I don't know where you come down on this. I would You know the man? Well, I mean, it seems to me especially knowing what we know. Now from the CDC on money about it. Arrows Eros allies is And that's something the mask is not going to stop. We have probably been looking at this from the wrong in every way. Yeah. You know what I tell you? What? It's the pointer listeners. I know. A lot of your listeners are busy, so folks don't run into a door into a car or something. But maybe you could mentally write this down. Write it down. It's time to free America dot com. Time to free America dot com and I've actually met with Ah, governor about this and Dr Bartlett's Met with governors about this, But when you're on the OSHA website, it clearly states When you wear a mask, it brings you if you wear a mask, I guess as an employer only for this way an employer. I can't require you to do anything that reduces your oxygen level two below 19.5% oxygen of what the ocean website states. And so, Dr Bartlet, Doctor me handle these doctors, friends of mine. They've done studies on it. And it shows when you wear a mask for more than 30 seconds, it decreases your oxygen levels two below 19.5%. So, basically, you're making healthy people sick. And to struggle with oxygen deprivation to protect them from a virus. That has a 0% fatality rate when treated with beauty. Or Dr Scott Atlas, the newest advisor of the newest member of the Corona Virus Task force. He actually mentioned at his White House briefing that the Corona virus now less dangerous than the common flu. And yet we're telling healthy people to wear masks to protect them from a virus that is less dangerous than the common flu of the average person. This is totally a political attempt to destroy this economy. And to allow the left to just destroy many American cities to point to a bad economy and to steal an election. It is nefarious. So what do you think about the president getting this Because I mean, people will gather of some GOP pundits out there saying all this is this is disaster is going to sing the whole thing. He bounce back from this thing in two or three days. It seems to me That's a good thing for him and a good thing for America to see them. Well, Bill I hate to. I hate to bring the room down a little bit here, but I'll tell you, President Trump. He's a great guy. He's working hard, but he also you know he drinks Coca Cola, He has been known to eat hamburgers. And we'll just say he's a hardworking guy, but I don't think he is like America's leader ofthe personal fitness. Okay. I mean, you know, not a time to work out. I mean, I mean, I'm not judging the guy. I'm just saying he's not like a fitness model. If a guy's seventies who's not exactly a fitness model, we'll just leave it at that. If he beat the thing in three days and everybody that I know and almost everybody, I'm sure your listeners knows it's hard to find somebody that we know. That actually was a healthy person that I'd of covert 19. Now Here's what's even crazier and more nefarious rim death. Severe is the drug that is recommended. You take him Det severe disappear if you get covert 19. I'm not sure if you're aware of it, But if you go to time to free America dot com Avital sided George Soros in conjunction with Gilead are.

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"john hopkins" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"john hopkins" Discussed on Cardionerds

"Of hundreds of millions dedicated cardio nerds everywhere are working hard to fight this Global epidemic. These are their stories. Welcome back our dinner. It's summer than Dan. Thanks for joining us as we tour Fellowship programs across the country as part of a car dealers case report series produced in collaboration with the American College of cardiology fellows and training section. Each episode will Feature A cardiology Fellowship programme fellows from that program will present and teach about a fascinating case and share what makes their hearts flutter about their program. Each case discussion is followed by an ECP are segments from a Content expert and a message from the Project Director before we dive in just remember, we are an independent educational platform. This podcast is not meant to be used for medical advice. The views expressed here. Do not necessarily reflect the opinions or policies of our employers that case you're about to hear is 1 a.m. 2% compliant, we thank you for subscribing to and supporting the car dinner. It's our mission is simple to democratize cardiovascular education promote diversity and inclusion Empower everyone to learn that each from the basics to the advanced while fostering wellness and Humanity. If you believe in the mission consider supporting us on patreon.com forward slash gardeners, every little bit goes a long way. We're also excited to grow the platform by mentoring the next generation of cardi owners. We are establishing the cartoons Academy and are looking for residents and fellows to join as card interest fellows. Please see them in the episode description to submit an application. And now without further Ado. Let's continue on our tour with another fascinating case.

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"john hopkins" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"john hopkins" Discussed on AP News

"Confirmed coronavirus infections have surpassed the 10000000 mark worldwide Holly compiled by John Hopkins university has registered with the grim milestone off to India and Russia and the thousands of new cases the US has confirmed more than 2.5000000 infections the most in the world globally the Hopkins tali has supported nearly a Hoffa 0 deaths well Hopkins is report only confirms coronavirus cases experts believe the true number of people who've been infected could be as much as 10 times that figure given that so many people come get tested or may have the virus without showing any symptoms I'm Charles the last month

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"john hopkins" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"john hopkins" Discussed on AP News

"Confirmed coronavirus infections have surpassed the 10000000 mark worldwide Holly compiled by John Hopkins university has registered with the grim milestone off to India and Russia and the thousands of new cases the US has confirmed more than 2.5000000 infections the most in the world globally the Hopkins tali has supported nearly a Hoffa 0 deaths well Hopkins is report only confirms coronavirus cases experts believe the true number of people who've been infected could be as much as 10 times that figure given that so many people come get tested or may have the virus without showing any symptoms I'm Charles the last month

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"john hopkins" Discussed on KTRH

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"john hopkins" Discussed on KTRH

"Remember the back in October of twenty nineteen there was a little something called the Ventura one where there's a tabletop exercise people the gates foundation John Hopkins Johns Hopkins University decided create fictitious event where caps and novel coronavirus would cripple world economies up with deadly we're now in the middle of something called covert nineteen which of course destroyed a lot of speculation about the elites knowing full well this is certainly going to happen before the fact but now one point on something else while we were talking about things like even two oh one disease accident quite accent I am dark winter and all of these other tabletop exercises were being carried out by people like bill and Melinda gates and the Rockefellers and others I also want to point out that NASA kicked up their planetary defense exercise where a hypothetical near earth object asteroid an impact impact scenarios were being reviewed for possible possibility of happening soon a twenty nineteen planetary defense conference was put on by NASA's planetary defense coordination office and FEMA the Federal Emergency Management Agency twenty sixteen NASA formalize the agency's prior program for detecting and tracking near earth objects and put it inside the science mission directorate now there are twenty thousand asteroids end course and county or county Moore whose order brings in near done now she's been expanding its protocols for how to take action from a potential collision the last June NASA unveiled a twenty page plan the detailed steps to the United States should take to better be prepared for near earth objects such as asteroids and comets income within thirty million miles of planet so far there have been no reports of direct threats to the planet from asteroid impacts this year however there have been many so called conspiracy watch dogs were speculating that this may be the next catastrophe that is coming at the covert nineteen shelter in place exercise is a prelude to a possible deep impact scenario well well the mainstream news finds a way to discredit conspiracy there is there's always been some circumstantial activities happening they have been alerting people to the possibility that it sorties are planning on a possible near earth impacts in area now I must emphasize the correlation is not evidence but with strangers quick checking up on known fault lines in Utah and other western states to major earth impacts both in Nigeria and India and the new speculation about what is happening right now worth looking into yeah according to astronomy magazine it was reported that due to the covert nineteen outbreak at least more than one hundred telescopes have been shut down one hundred telescopes have been shut down what started as a trickle of closures in February early March has now become an almost complete shut down observational astronomy and the closures are unlikely to end anytime soon observatory director say the big could be offline for three to six months or longer so if all these telescopes stop observing then who's watching the sky there's a gap in observations and that includes all near earth objects this brings observational astronomy to a complete standstill another correlating coincidence is it days ago it was a disaster film called green land okay it was released they released their international trailer online movie stars Gerard Butler and Marin about card or background yeah the movie is about a family that has to fight to get the bunkers in Greenland to avoiding near earth collision with fragments of a comet plummeting to earth the trailer was out one day one day it went viral online for one day and then it was inexplicably pulled off line first showing dot net basically he was a clue as to why the trailer may have been pulled the reason can easily hide behind the obvious that coronavirus course and they they said that they would have this in theaters by June but of course that's wishful thinking because of June premiere may be delayed because of the coronavirus lockdown however other websites the talk about fringe topics are speculating if there's something more sinister afoot many reporting that combat atlas has been showing signs it's breaking apart and that many of those fragments could be coming uncomfortably close to earth and so the trailer was pulled so the people would not panic and speculate about this happening now it is also reported comment boards saw is now breaking apart it may not make it out of the solar system and also pieces of it are going to be flying through space as well now all these comments are too far away for either pieces to strike the earth the already terrified to confuse world doesn't need much of a push to go completely over the top the top of the gauge of the world's you suspect their government is hiding the truth about these two comments in addition to the corona virus and it doesn't take many to connect the dots to see a picture forming now and it's been reported also that a larger earth object is expected to pass over the planet on April twenty ninth twenty twenty what I was saying there's a window between the twenty ninth of may first for things are gonna change on planet earth according to NASA any websites in passing misleading information in order to get clicks online about this asteroid about this near earth object but they do admit that the asteroid named five two seven six eight nineteen nineteen eight or two or two I'll make a close approach to earth but they they're certain that it will pose no threat to the plant space rock as this bit diameter of eleven to two point five miles or about the width of the island of Manhattan and as he usually is able to spot asteroids like this in warm a dangerous trajectories but now with the closure of vital telescopes there's now no way to measure gravitational anomalies or whether or not this rock could wind up in the keyholes on not to mention but NASA is reflected report that a giant fireball hit it twenty three fifty GMT on December eighteenth twenty eighteen over the Bering Sea as part of the Pacific Ocean between Russia and Alaska no one detected a flash but the waves were reported by Infor Infor sound detector the media was ten meters in diameter and a massive fourteen hundred tons and impacted with that energy of one hundred and seventy three kilotons of TNT the explosion was detected by infrasound stations around the world which pick up low frequency acoustic waves inaudible to humans the stations were initially set up during the Cold War to detect nuclear explosions but of course now they're attacking sound waves they are coming from these exploding objects another thing is interesting the caught my eye many were full and stranger nominees are happening in space at least your foes are necessarily unidentified flying objects but they certainly are peculiar lights are being seen in places like Ohio alliance Texas a lot of reports of these unknown lights in the sky that seem to pop exploded move it's it's some strange stop some strange it always is bracing people reported these down I I wanna call out to those who are listening tonight we've seen these lights in the sky I'd like to hear about how they move and what they do I don't want your UFO reports I just want to know if these lights are a real and people are saying that because I've seen videos of these lights and I'm wondering what is going on here Hey just seems to me that a lot of strange anomalies in the sky would people just go outside stand on their porches or walk out to get some air to come out of their homes in very surprised to see these anomalous things happening in space just the other day it was report of two or three were foes they were seen hovering near the moon and this is going viral on the internet and edit it even showed up in Newsweek so obviously this is in C. GI this is something that is credible as it's making mainstream news adventure the mainstream news could be fooled and I'm sure they can give you false information would something like this is usually seen as something as a C. G. I. anomaly they could be fate is produced in mainstream news source you have to wonder what is going on behind the scenes here strange you oppose near the moon strange objects in the skies in lights and then reports of what happened in Nigeria and other project at British India the Utah earthquake did happen on a fault line they did not exist or it was unknown virtually unknown to seismologist what triggered it now you don't have to see exploding fireball to know that a fireball maybe exploder coming close I see this is the thing why have they shut down all of the of these hundreds of telescopes across the country they shut them down which means that we have an observational gap and there's a reason either they're trying to cover up something or or who knows something else that may be going on as well I mean I I'd like to know what your thoughts are on this in fact Dr Karen Meech who is a graduate of the institute for astronomy university of Hawaii that goes at it they're they're actually days the the telescope they found a more more this is what she told us she told ground zero today I mean Ron colder she says having the observatory's closed he's doing a lot of harm to science and limits our ability to follow up on unique astronomical discoveries and that was her quote Dr Karen Meech was a graduate of the institute of astronomy avi Loeb talking about these fragments were put out by the the the the latest National Geographic in nature studies of where a more more could have come from so the idea of fragmentation and the idea of air bursts that happened during the window that NASA said they were going to happen perhaps over Nigeria and India sends a very big signal but some of the conspiracy theorists out there that are wondering about this polling of this is this movie trailer called Greenland about comet fragments hitting the planet and and wiping out civilizations and the idea that they were to doing tabletop exercises last year about this very put possibility the same as what they were doing tabletop exercise about diseases what does this mean I mean were they giving us a warning last year about this as well the possibility of something hitting the planet or exploding over the planet creating an EMP or perhaps destroying infrastructure are we seeing lights in the skies and strangers quakes in various places.

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