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"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Saying she is now being treated for a recurrence of liver cancer. But it's still able to do her work on the Supreme Court and has no plans to retire. In a statement released today, Ginsberg saying lesions were found on her liver back in February and has been undergoing chemotherapy since May. Now is, she says her treatment has been successful. And she's also saying that she is satisfied that her treatment course is now clear. She's going public with this. Ginsberg will continue to receive bi weekly chemotherapy sessions to keep the cancer at bay. She says she is tolerating the treatment well and is fully able to continue her work on the Supreme Court. She may remember two over the past weeks she was hospitalized and receive treatment for what was reported at the time as an infections at Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore. It is now 12 31. Massachusetts has been able to boast that we are doing well when it comes to keeping covert 19 contained, however, one city across greater Boston is seeing an increase in cases in Melrose Mayor Paul Brodeur addressing the situation on Thursday, after several weeks of very few cases of covered 19 The city has recently witnessed increasing cases. Cases include people from different age groups, and at least one high school student tested positive for covert 19. As a result of that increase in cases, Melrose will be holding testing today at their middle and high school buildings from 1 to 6 o'clock. It is open to anyone and you'll get the results within 24 to 48 hours. At 12 32 where a face mask or pay a fine. That is a possibility under a new bill proposed by some state lawmakers hoping to prevent a second surge of covert cases. The bill, introduced by state representative John Santiago of Boston, would create a five point strategy to fight a second surge that includes a potential fine of 100 bucks for those now wearing a mask and $1000 for visitors, refusing to self quarantine for 14 days. The representative and emergency room doctor spoke to Dan Rei, anywhere from 30 to 50% of people could be asymptomatic. But, you know, I think young people healthy people have gone terribly sick. This is not really about policing people and chasing people down. This is about behavior change, because look, we don't have a vaccine. He says His bill also prioritizes testing for those most at risk, enforce the safety measures at businesses and provides more funding to local health borns. James RoHaas, W B Z, Boston's NewsRadio and Coming Up in just a few moments. Another city not far from Melrose is announcing that they're putting a pause when it comes to kicking into phase three of reopening the economy will tell you about that coming up in just a moment. 1st 12 33 as we head back to those roads with traffic.

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"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm Tom forty in Washington which people hunkered down for yet another weekend and president trump weighing one to try to do something about that Johns Hopkins Medical Center now reports the number of Americans who have died from the corona virus he is more than twenty thousand he is more than the official number from any other nation more than half a million infections are confirmed here time president trump phoned in to fox news to pick up where he left off on Friday on possibly changing federal safety guidelines and I'm gonna make a right decision I'll be basing it on a lot of a lot of very smart people a lot of professionals doctors and business leaders are a lot of things that go into a decision like that and it's going to be it's going to be missed a lot of facts and a lot of interesting to also whether we like it or not there is a certain instinct to it but we have to get our country back for some officials and religious leaders part of that could come later this morning across the country this Easter Americans are being told to find a new way to worship but in some states including Ohio Kansas and Florida worshippers can still gather but in Kentucky the governor says police will track license plates of those going to church and require the quarantine for two weeks in Houston father Clint Ressler resorted to a bike to meet with his faithful you're not the father the Holy Spirit report from CBS is Michael George there about a couple of related and conflicting court rulings on our church attendance rights versus public health the Kansas Supreme Court upheld the governor's order limiting all gatherings there including religious ones to ten people well a federal judge shall not Kentucky's largest city cannot hold the local churches drive in service planned for Easter now we know about filling the fridge becoming such a big castle more so for the rising numbers of people down on their luck CBS is on your back it's banks across the nation long lines are painting a picture of the economic hardship caused by the corona virus pandemic historic levels of unemployment I mean an increase in demand for.

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"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Tom forty in Washington with people hunkered down for yet another weekend and president trump weighing one to try to do something about that Johns Hopkins Medical Center now reports the number of Americans who have died from the corona virus is more than twenty thousand is more than the official number from any other nation and more than half a million infections are confirmed here anytime president trump phoned in to fox news to pick up where he left off on Friday on possibly changing federal safety guidelines and I'm gonna make a right decision I'll be basing it on a lot of a lot of very smart people a lot of professionals doctors and business leaders are a lot of things that go into a decision like that and it's going to be it's going to be based on a lot of facts and a lot of interesting to also but you whether we like it or not there is a certain instinct to it but we have to get our country back for some officials and religious leaders part of that could come later this morning across the country this Easter Americans are being told to find a new way to worship but in some states including Ohio Kansas and Florida worshippers can still gather but in Kentucky the governor says police will track license plates of those going to church and require they quarantine for two weeks in Houston father Clint Ressler resorted to a bike to meet with his faithful on them the father the son and the Holy Spirit report from CBS is Michael George there about a couple of related and conflicting court rulings on our church attendance rights versus public health the Kansas Supreme Court upheld the governor's order limiting all gatherings there including religious ones to ten people while a federal judge shall not Kentucky's largest city cannot hold the local churches drive in service planned for Easter now we know about filling the fridge becoming such a big castle more so for the rising numbers of people down on their luck CBS is on your back it's at food banks across the nation long lines are painting a picture of the economic hardship caused by the corona virus pandemic historic levels of unemployment mean an increase in demand for food it makes a big difference that's a good health medic or see a lost her job in market research she came to this food bank in Los Angeles to help feed her family of five and and some canned food so it's pretty because it's something that will help my my family there are housing cost CBS news poll shows Americans are concerned only slightly more about paying for food or medical bills and rent Rangers have been told to try and work something out with private landlords and some have but many still want.

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"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on WTOP

"Original reporting point Tom forty with about eighty five hundred Americans now Dan of the corona virus and more than three hundred thousand infection cases reported by the Johns Hopkins Medical Center president trump warns despite all the distancing being probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately but a lot less death death and if this wasn't done but they'll be death there is also still sniping back and forth between Mr trump and some governors new York's governor had word of help from elsewhere we got really good news today that the Chinese government is going to facilitate a donation of one thousand ventilators that will come into JFK today governor Cuomo says new York's also getting some ventilators from the other side of this country from Oregon thank you Mr trump on Americans unable to get home as of today the state department has successfully coordinated the safe return of more than forty thousand Americans stuck abroad well over four hundred flights from seventy five countries many of those countries were terrific and helping us and I appreciate that very much more from CBS's Kris van cleave clinic green is one of the thousand plus Americans still stuck in Peru the government there abruptly locked the country down March fifteenth most people who are living on a day to day income now have no income people are literally starting going out with going without life saving medication if things get any worse I don't think I will feel very C. L. upon TA was teaching English in a small Peruvian town she's helping her right home comes next week elsewhere overseas so that we can have some of the toughest looked on regulations in the world but enforcing them is not so easy.

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"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Of the corona virus and more than three hundred thousand infection cases reported by the Johns Hopkins Medical Center president trump warns despite all of the distancing would be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately but a lot less death death and if this wasn't done but they will be death there is also still sniping back and forth between Mr trump and some governors new York's governor had word of help from elsewhere we got really good news today that the Chinese government is going to facilitate a donation of one thousand ventilators that will come into JFK today governor Cuomo says new York's also getting some ventilators from the other side of this country from Oregon thank you Mr trump on Americans unable to get home as of today the state department is successfully coordinated the safe return of more than forty thousand Americans stuck abroad well over four hundred flights from seventy five countries many of those countries were terrific and helping us and I appreciate that very much more from CBS's Chris vancleave twenty green is one of the thousand plus Americans still stuck in Peru the government there abruptly locked the country down March fifteenth most people who are living on a day to day income now have no income people are literally starting going out with going without life saving medication if things get any worse I don't think I will feel very C. L. upon TA was teaching English in a small Peruvian town she's helping her right home comes next week elsewhere overseas so the Africa has some of the toughest looked on regulations in the world but enforcing them is not so easy.

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"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on WTOP

"Three o'clock news CBS news on the hour your home for original reporting I'm Tom forty still by far the hardest part of the country New York is not looking beyond Washington for help with what it really needs the most astonishing and unexpected that's how governor Cuomo describes China's in Oregon's ventilator donations to the state but it's also smart from the point of view of R. Y. because we're all in the same battles here Oregon governor Kate brown says one hundred forty ventilators will be donated and various organizations and political officials from China organized a donation of one thousand ventilators they see the fire spreading stop the fire where it is before it gets to my home the federal government has also send more ventilators to New York but Cuomo couldn't specify how many of the briefing W. CBS radio's Christy collision with the U. S. death toll for the coronavirus now about it ET five hundred according to Johns Hopkins Medical Center the presidencies are worse time to calls would be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately I don't Sunday White House briefing he did promise more help for those hard hit states pleading for it but also insisted the nation's business will need to start picking up again sometime soon he then took time out to reflect on the time of the year Palm Sunday I'm going to be watching tomorrow live from riverside California great church but I'm gonna be watching on a computer right the laptop I think on Easter maybe I'll be watching from a laptop as opposed so how sad is it that we have Easter pamensky Easter Sunday and people watching on laptops and computers just said another cruise ship with covert nineteen victims aboard has docked in Florida in the sunshine state is struggling with both the health crisis and its economic fallout including the state's southernmost point hotel occupancy in the keys is just seven percent compared to ninety two percent this time last year tourism officials say thousands of hospitality workers are now two weeks without a paycheck imagine down here you worry about hurricanes something like this because hurricanes have a finite beginning and end I've lived here for thirty seven years and business owners are my friends are scary CBS news correspondent Manuel.

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"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Find podcasts have been to a coma Sierra the hour your home for original reporting on trump forty still by far the hardest part of the country New York is not looking beyond Washington for help with what it really needs the most astonishing and unexpected that's how governor Cuomo describes China's in Oregon's ventilator donations to the state but it's also smart from the point of view of R. Y. because we're all in the same battles here Oregon governor Kate brown says one hundred forty ventilators will be donated and various organizations and political officials from China organize a donation of one thousand ventilators they see the fire spreading stop the fire where it is before it gets to my home the federal government has also send more ventilators to New York but Cuomo couldn't specify how many of the briefing W. CBS radio's Christy collision with the U. S. death toll for the coronavirus now about it ET five hundred according to Johns Hopkins Medical Center the presidencies or worse time to calls would be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately our Sunday White House briefing he did promise more help for those hard hit states pleading for it but also insisted the nation's business will need to start picking up again sometime soon he then took time out to reflect on the time of the year Palm Sunday I'm going to be watching tomorrow live from riverside California great church but I'm gonna be watching on a computer right the laptop I think our leisure maybe I'll be watching from a laptop as opposed so how sad is it that we have Easter Paman Easter Sunday and people are watching on laptops and computers just said another cruise ship with covert nineteen victims aboard has docked in Florida in the sunshine state is struggling with both the health crisis and its economic fallout including the state's southernmost point hotel occupancy in the keys is just seven percent compared to ninety two percent this time last year tourism officials say thousands of hospitality workers are now two weeks without a paycheck imagine down here you worry about hurricanes not something like this because hurricanes have a finite beginning and end I've lived here for thirty seven years and business owners are my friends are scared CBS news correspondent.

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"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Of the corona virus and more than three hundred thousand infection cases reported by Johns Hopkins Medical Center president trump warns despite all of the distancing probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately but a lot less death death that if this wasn't done but they will be death vericel sniping between Mr trump and some governors New York's governor had word of help from elsewhere really good news today that the Chinese government is going to facilitate a donation of one thousand ventilators that will come into JFK today Andrew Cuomo saying New York is also getting some ventilators from the other side of the country from Oregon thank you Mr trump on Americans unable to get home as of today the state department is successfully coordinated the safe return of more than forty thousand Americans stuck abroad on over four hundred flights from seventy five countries many of those countries were terrific and helping us and I appreciate that very much more on that from CBS's Kris van cleave turning green is one of the thousand plus Americans still stuck in Peru the government there abruptly locked the country down March fifteenth most people who are living on a day to day income now have no income people are literally starting going out with going without life saving medication if things get any worse I don't think I will feel very C. L. upon TA was teaching English in a small Peruvian town she's helping her right home comes next week and elsewhere overseas.

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"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Pentagon prepares for a pandemic I'm doing Nesler fox news more corona virus death just reported in China sixteen sixty five the fatality count now as that country claims there's been a decline in cases for a third straight day with nearly seventy thousand confirmed U. S. navy Lieutenant Commander Mike half field writing in the military times than an outbreak of current virus is expected among our troops and officials are taking precautions Dr Luther Shea an infectious disease specialist and researcher at Johns Hopkins Medical Center saying I do think that we're going to face a mild pandemic this is something that's been spreading in the community at least since November in China it's spreading efficiently from human to human and we're going going to see more and more cases all over the world it's really important to remember though that most cases are mild we're only seeing hearing about lots a severe cases workers are not testing mild cases with the mild mild case of the norm for this infection Americans quarantine aboard a cruise ship now docked in Japan a bell to fly home finally two hundred eighty five people on that ship confirmed to have the corona virus now the Americans will have to be quarantined for another two weeks on US Air Force bases in this country his most expensive phone freezer ever president trump tonight attending an event in Palm Beach Florida expected to raise ten million dollars for his campaign and the Republican National Committee invites going to donors who paid more than five hundred sixty thousand a couple she wants to tax the super wealthy.

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"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I'm doing Metzler fox news more corona virus death just reported in China sixteen sixty five the fatality count now as that country claims there's been a decline in cases for a third straight day with nearly seventy thousand confirmed U. S. navy Lieutenant Commander Mike half field writing in the military times than an outbreak of corona virus is expected among our troops and officials are taking precautions Dr my to Shea an infectious disease specialist and researcher at Johns Hopkins Medical Center saying I do think that we're going to face a mild pandemic this is something that's been spreading in the community at least since November in China it's running efficiently from human to human and we're gonna going to see more and more cases all over the world it's really important to remember though that most cases are mild we're only seeing hearing about lots of severe cases workers are not testing mild cases with the mild mild case of the norm for this infection Americans quarantine aboard a cruise ship now docked in Japan a bell to fly home finally two hundred eighty five people on that ship confirmed to have the corona virus now the Americans will have to be quarantined for another two weeks on US airforce bases in this country his most expensive fundraiser ever president trump tonight attending an event in Palm Beach Florida expected to raise ten million dollars for his campaign and the Republican National Committee invites going to donors who paid more than five hundred sixty thousand a couple she wants to tax the super wealthy.

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"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Pentagon prepares for a pandemic I'm Jim Metzler fox news more corona virus deaths just reported in China sixteen sixty five the fatality count now as that country claims there's been a decline in cases for a third straight day with nearly seventy thousand confirmed U. S. navy Lieutenant Commander Mike half field writing in the military times than an outbreak of corona virus is expected among our troops and officials are taking precautions Dr not to Shea an infectious disease specialist and researcher at Johns Hopkins Medical Center saying I do think that we're going to face a mild pandemic this is something that's been spreading in the community at least since November in China it's spreading efficiently from human to human and we're gonna going to see more and more cases all over the world it's really important to remember though that most cases are mild we're only seeing hearing about lots of severe cases were not testing mild cases with a mild mild case of the norm for this infection Americans quarantine aboard a cruise ship now docked in Japan a ballot to fly home finally two hundred eighty five people on that ship confirmed to have the corona virus now the Americans will have to be quarantined for another two weeks on US airforce bases in this country his most expensive fundraiser ever president trump tonight attending an event in Palm Beach Florida expected to raise ten million dollars for his campaign and the Republican National Committee invites going to donors who paid more than five hundred sixty thousand a couple she wants to tax the super wealthy.

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"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Preparing for a pandemic the Pentagon I'm Jan Nesler fox news U. S. navy Lieutenant Commander Mike Hatfield writing in the military times that an outbreak of corona virus is expected among our troops and officials are taking precautions doctor Kumar dash J. an infectious disease specialist and researcher at Johns Hopkins Medical Center says I do think that we're going to face a mild pandemic this is something that's been spreading in the community at least since November in China it's spreading efficiently from human to human and we're gonna going to see more and more cases all over the world it's really important to remember though that most cases are mild we're only seeing hearing about lots of severe cases workers are not testing mild cases with the mild mild case of the norm for this infection China now reporting one hundred forty three new deaths from corona virus over the past twenty four hours the fatalities now topping fifteen hundred the U. S. meantime preparing to fly home Americans quarantined aboard a cruise ship now docked in Japan they will have to be quarantined for another two weeks on US airforce bases in this country the Nevada caucuses are not until next Saturday but people can vote early there Bernie Sanders among the candidates campaigning in Nevada today leading supporters in Las Vegas to nearby polling places this with speculation swirling around Mike Bloomberg and a possible running mate website drudge report.

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"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Seven FM preparing for a pandemic the Pentagon I'm Jan that's where fox news U. S. navy Lieutenant Commander Mike Hatfield writing in the military times that an outbreak of corona virus is expected among our troops and officials are taking precautions doctor Khumalo dash J. an infectious disease specialist and researcher at Johns Hopkins Medical Center says I do think that we're going to face a mild pandemic this is something that's been spreading in the community at least since November in China it's spreading efficiently from human to human and we're going going to see more and more cases all over the world it's really important to remember though that most cases are mild we're only seeing hearing about lots of severe cases were not testing mild cases with the mild mild case of the norm for this infection China now reporting one hundred forty three new deaths from corona virus over the past twenty four hours the fatalities now topping fifteen hundred the U. S. meantime preparing to fly home Americans quarantined aboard a cruise ship now docked in Japan they will have to be quarantined for another two weeks on US airforce bases in this country the Nevada caucuses are not until next Saturday but people can vote early there Bernie Sanders among the candidates campaigning in Nevada today leading supporters in Las Vegas to nearby polling places this with speculation swirling around of Mike Bloomberg and a possible running mate website drudge report.

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"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"President trump Bloomberg is skipping early battles in Iowa New Hampshire Nevada and South Carolina but he's dumping millions in the ads elsewhere to get traction on the field he says is not position to beat the president boxes colonel Scott counting the votes in Hong Kong they've already counted the turnout in that city's district council races the latest time we have a some two point seven million votes cast that represents a ramp two thirds of the entire voting population of Hong Kong oxes Jonathan hunt Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg released from Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore recovering at home the eighty six year old had an infection America's listening from the fourth cent credit union home once traffic center since image religion Treasure Island on Gulf Boulevard in both directions and also on the Howard Franklin northbound just some slow goings there and no problems on the corny Kamlesh force funds Wendy dot com indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where business owners and HR professionals can post job openings the screener questions it's sort of you communicate with candidates from online dashboard learn more at indeed dot com slash higher Alex rescue newsradio WFLA see traffic problems call the injury firm of Abraham sending you to where traffic tip line Hillsborough eight six six five four five ninety five ninety five the cooler weather that arrived on Sunday doesn't stick around for very long temperatures will only stay below average through Monday before a big time warm up for the holiday week temperatures tonight though will be chilly will start off near fifty one degrees Monday morning so you will need that jacket and Monday afternoon even though we'll see a lot of sunshine will only get to about seventy degrees.

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"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"B. M. Baltimore impeachment post mortem mind sharing Metzler fox news the house impeachment hearings have wrapped up but intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff on NBC's meet the press says the investigation into alleged wrongdoing by president trump has not been a continue their investigation but we are not going to let the administration's stonewalling us stop us New York Republican Congress woman a least a phonic on fox's Sunday morning futures it has been unfair and they're of then unprecedented leaks under severe pressure Democrats finally were forced to pass a resolution setting out the rules this past with only democratic support and bipartisan opposition the intelligence committee writing a report on its findings so far he's not running an early primary and caucus states but former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg is running for president making it official in ads like this one create the cold now he's meaning president trump Bloomberg is skipping early battles in Iowa New Hampshire Nevada and South Carolina but he's dumping millions in the ads elsewhere to get traction on the field he says is not position to beat the president boxes colonel Scott counting the votes in Hong Kong they've already counted the turnout in that city's district council races the latest can we have a some two point seven million votes cast that represents around two thirds of the entire voting population of Hong Kong boxes Jonathan hunt Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg released from Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore recovering at home the eighty six year old.

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"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"FDA to go through clinical trials what is that mean very briefly stage one a small group is it safe is it toxic how do you administered effectively stage two does it work stage three with hundreds of people placebo randomized double blind is it effective is it better than what's available out there and should we get FDA approved and is it safe yes and is it safe for safety gets tested early on can people take it without becoming ill or sick and as if it's a safety and toxicity is very fundamental to all of this so right now out of this there are xcelerated studies going on and the FDA has given breakthrough therapy classification to to treatments one of those is ecstasy MDMA which is turned out to be extremely effective for treatment resistant post traumatic stress really now this is is this the stuff that the kids have been popping in clubs and stuff this is the stuff that kids have been popping in clubs but this is a very different than a rave experience under the protocol developed by Stanislaw cross who is the most eminent living researcher develop the field of LSD psychotherapy back in the forties and fifties have you guided over three thousand psychedelic trips and his protocol that he developed to administer psychedelics to the terminally ill to reduce their fear and anxiety over knowing they were good at their death was imminent was the following you do psychological work ahead of time you administer the psychedelic you know that you know the precise dose the person is lying down hi shades are put over their eyes so their experience is in work and if I could his music is played by Groff and his assistants to orchestrate they are there if the client if the patient if the subject needs reassurance they help them move through it understand what they are there need to learn from the inner wisdom of the psychedelic experience whether it be I a Huascar psilocybin realistically and then do work integrated into their lives so for example people who go through this protocol at NYU with the research is being done at Johns Hopkins Medical Center.

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"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

15:58 min | 3 years ago

"johns hopkins medical center" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Aluminum to this diptheria toxin antitoxin? Who made the decision was made? And how did they arrive at a potassium aluminum? Okay. So I was saying the shot was really nasty. It was developed in horses and children were getting sick from the shot because of allergy they called it serum sickness because they had never seen allergy before. And they didn't know what it was. But like a lot of allergy the initial exposure to it. It's not so bad. It's that second and third re exposures where you get you know, the full on NFL lactic reaction that can kill. So by chance as often happens in scientific discovery. They added some aluminum who one of the injections, they get to the horses and the horse develop antibodies bacteria at about one hundred thousand times faster than it. Previously. Had normally take it week three months to develop enough antibodies. Harvest from their blood. And when the aluminum was added, it did it in days, and defined couldn't believe it. In fact, they ran the experiment again because I just couldn't believe how well or I should say aggressively horses immune system responded to the addition of aluminum, and the reason they were even messing around with that component at all is because they were using it to help filter things out aluminum had been used in water public water systems to help Hilter things out it the aluminum clings to things in the water. And it helps it settle to the bottom and allows them to filter things out more easily that they have been using aluminum and developing different components of the shot, but they always removed it before it went into the children one. They saw that the horses immune system responded, really aggress. With the addition of aluminum, they decided around nineteen thirty to start testing it to see children would respond more aggressively. And the reason they wanted to do this is because they hope that they can give children diptheria shot. Only one remember multiple times. Where the allergy problem surfaces about the initial exposure. It's the subsequent exposures these horrible ineffective reaction. So in nineteen thirty two after they had done some tests at some orphanages and institutions in Arlon and in New York or New Jersey, they decided that they were going to purposely add aluminum to the diptheria vaccine in hopes that it would work better. Because it wasn't a very good shot to begin with. And really in hopes that children would only need one shot and have to risk that allergy problem. So in nineteen thirty two they made the decision that aluminum was going to be added to the vaccine, and this was really the first time in the history of humanity that children, and in fact, I should say any human other than people with syphilis we're going to receive a metallic substance in an injected form into their bodies. And it's it's important to to make a distinction between things that are ingested like as as part of your normal dietary intake and things that are injected because your your body's immune system, which they say sixty to seventy percent resides in your gut and your intestine is really good at filtering things out before they even get into your bloodstream, and that is the. A case with metallic. Your your intestines are remarkably affected filtering it out and keeping it from even getting into your body when you inject something it bypasses, the majority of protection your body having place to prevent you from harm when aluminum was added to the vaccine nineteen thirty two that is really the seminal year in my opinion as to win a couple of things started going along healthwise with our children. Notably the appearance of a new near logical disorder that had never been seen before by most. Psychiatrists in the country and later, call it autism. What we we should point out that there was an Austrian American psychiatrist by the name of Dr Leo Kanner who was working at Johns Hopkins Medical center in in Baltimore, and he had just completed something like a five hundred page book on on child psychiatric disorders in head. He had he chronicled at that point any cases of what would be what would go on to be called autism. No. Leo Connor was the preeminent child psychiatrist in the country. He had a newspaper column he was tiered on radio shows. He was thought of as D most knowledgeable person in the country when it came to chop it's like high tree. And in fact, he has founded the clinic at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, which was considered the preeminent clinic for children with neurological disorders. So if there was anyone in the country, you know, as he published a five hundred page book on childhood psychiatry anyone in the country who would have seen it before it would have been him. And in nineteen thirty five the first child shows up at his clinic. With a parent who actually was a psychologist herself and could not figure out what was going on with her son. This Elfriede this Elfriede who I call him. Could we call Elfriede patient zero and this autism epidemic? You know, they should but because of curious numbering system another child named Donald triplet is actually referred to patients zero in the autism epidemic. Although he wasn't. He was born in nineteen thirty three. Which is the year the net nationwide diptheria campaign. Swung into action. Alfred I believe a year or two older. But with seeing in nineteen thirty five he was actually the first Haitian, Dr Connor all so yeah, I think it would be right to consider him patient zero. Because he was the first to show up at Dr Connor's clinic because they lived in Baltimore. And. Go ahead, and what it wouldn't made this particular case autism. I mean, most of us now familiar with some of the symptoms, but how did Dr Kanter describe Elfriede condition? The only thing they could related to get the Bernie and the things that really stood out where. Aloneness? He didn't have any desire to play with other children, and even his parents, he has he wouldn't respond to being picked up, you know, normally Abadie will stiffen and maybe hold their arms up toward their parent in in his depiction of being picked up, and he had none of those things. He had an obsession with routine and order and patterns, and we get really upset if some of these patterns were disrupted and one of the interesting if you could call it that as things as as Dr Connor worked with Alfred later on his IQ test was very high. He tested, I think over one forty and that's considered gifted if you're not familiar with the scale, and that was very confusing to Dr Connor and other psychiatry. To work Johns Hopkins because Alfred like a lot of the other children that were soon to start showing up so both deficiencies and some remarkable intellect in other ways, and that was one of the defining characteristics of autism early on was these children definitely had some deficiencies, but it wasn't their entire brain. There were other components that actually excelled, and you know, you've heard about this now in the in the name of in the level of savant where certain children will develop incredible music abilities. Incredible memory incredible ability to recite passages, you know from poetry that they'd heard once in their life. So connor. Thought well childhood schizophrenia is close. But these children were hallucinatory. There was no not a paranoia that would normally be associated with schizophrenia. And like I said they had some mental abilities that were far beyond what a normal human would have. So it really stood out like a sore. Thumb to Dr Connor it was clear to him. This would something new now in retrospect seventy five years later, you can go through the medical record. And you will see a stoop cases like this pop up one or two here one or two there. In the early nineteen hundreds. There was a couple of kids in Austria that to have something similar to this. But the reality is Dr Connor who was the premanent childhood psychiatrist in the country at the preeminent psychiatry clinic in the country and wrote what was basically the bible of childhood disorders. He was so astounded by Alfred and the other children as they begin to show what more and more clinic. You know, eight years later after he saw the original patient in nineteen thirty five eight years later in nineteen forty three when he would finally Compal these cases into a paper, he had still not found any historical record of these children. Now, like, I said seventy five years later, we've been able to earth a case here a case there. In fact, I found a child a mention in the early eighteen hundreds Charles bell who's wanted to early neurologists that the guy that we named Bell's palsy after I found a case that he'd written up someone I would basically laid as autistic, so you can find autism sprinkled throughout the medical literature. You know, one every twenty thirty maybe forty years, but doesn't that excuse me force? But doesn't it undermined the argument? That that if you can find cases of autism in the literature that predate the use of aluminum in vaccines doesn't that? Then negate the causation or the connection. I wish it did. I really do. No one wants to cause autism. I don't want that. I wish it negated because I could stop writing these crazy books and go on with the normal life. But unfortunately autism. Can be caused by many things there's drugs that's just the limit or misoprostol that are known to be capable of causing autism. And in my opinion. This is hypothesized explain really clearly in the book. I'm autism is very specific geography within the brain the brain stem injury, in my opinion. And in fact, it's an asymmetrical brain stem Andris that happens on one side of the brain or the other. And for this to occur is not that just a cold. So the real history, we should find cases of autism. Is autism is a specific injury in the brain stem at a specific location in the brain stem, which we can talk about later, I would expect you would see autism sprinkled throughout the medical literature because there is nothing. Particularly unique about aluminum that other things could also cause given the right variables in place. So no seeing autism appear before nineteen thirty two does not negate what vaccine calls, it back seems unfortunately are uniquely suited to causing autism because of the way they're administered. But you can talk about later. Yes. We or awesome to appear before then. Does nothing affect it. Doesn't affect whether that the argument the vaccines could or could not could not cause autism in. I believe it bolsters the case because we we know that there are other things that can cause it and we can start to connect. Why why do vaccines cause them so much more frequently? There's actually an interesting Canadian connection you spend quite a bit of time in the book detailing this in order to get the public on board with this vaccine because it was a great deal of reticence. People didn't wanna be pincushions because they didn't want their children to be subjected to so many jabs with the needle prior to the introduction of aluminum took three four five jabs of this anti-toxins. They employed a very famous doctor a Canadian doctor who was. Sort of overseeing the the health needs of the quintuplets Kadian, the Dionne quintuplets, of course, who made headlines around the world in the nineteen thirties when they were born up here in Canada, just talked to a few minutes for a few minutes about how I believe it was doctored to fo was sort of utilized in this war against theory..

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Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore evacuated due to possible TB exposure

Sean Hannity

00:48 sec | 4 years ago

Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore evacuated due to possible TB exposure

"Always be thankful to him for this the president went on to say that deputy administrator andrew wheeler will assume the duties as acting administrator on monday let's bring in correspondent sara ganim for some perspective important thing you see here is it continued support from donald trump which is what we've seen through what we are now you know it's fourteen different investigations were talking about when it comes to scott pruitt all dealing with allegations of ethical misconduct a while epa administrator again scott pruitt has resigned officially out as head of the epa i'm michael toscano the rescue team in thailand is reaching a crucial decision time whether or not to risk the lives of the twelve boys and their soccer team coach by taking them out of the flooded cave complex a five or six underwater journey for kids who could not even swim jonathan miller on the timetable situation now is really critical it's nailbiting they have a very small window now to try to extract the boys before this forecast deluge of the monsoon which is likely to start again on saturday we're heavy rains expected to possibly flood the cave complex completely two buildings at johns hopkins medical center in baltimore have been evacuated because of a possible release of tiburcio los correspondent jason carroll tells us several employees were carrying some vials that broke this according to johns hopkins university apparently some medical professionals there who were transporting some of this material and what they're talking about now is the possible keyword being possible release of a small amount of tuberculosis paving isolated i'm michael toscano the news brought to you by in and out burger there's no room for compromise inequality burger that's why in and out they use patties that are never frozen and only the freshest produce they can find because that's what a hamburger's all about with a look.

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Hospital buildings evacuated after possible release of tuberculosis

Dave Ramsey

02:27 min | 4 years ago

Hospital buildings evacuated after possible release of tuberculosis

"Special report scott pruitt out at epa controversial epa administrator scott pruitt no longer runs the agency out after a continuing series of reports of various ethical lapses president trump no making no mention of any of that in his tweet saying i have accepted the resignation of scott pruitt as administrator of the environmental protection agency within the agency scott has done an outstanding job and i will always be thankful to him for this the president went on to say that deputy administrator andrew wheeler will assume the duties as acting administrator on monday let's bring in correspondent sara ganim for some perspective important thing you see here is it continued support from donald trump which is what we've seen through what we are now you know it's fourteen different investigations we're talking about when it comes to scott pruitt all dealing with allegations of ethical misconduct while epa administrator again scott pruitt has resigned officially out as head of the epa i'm michael toscano the rescue team in thailand is reaching a crucial decision time whether or not to risk the lives of the twelve boys and their soccer team coached by taking them out of the flooded cave complex a five or six underwater journey for kids who could not even swim jonathan miller on the timetable the situation now is really critical it's nail biting they have a very small window now to try to extract the boys before this forecast deluge of the monsoon which is likely to start again on saturday the heavy rains expected to possibly flood the cave complex completely two buildings at johns hopkins medical center in baltimore have been evacuated because of a possible release of tuberculosis correspondent jason carroll tells us several employees were carrying some vials that broke this according to johns hopkins university apparently some medical professionals there who were transporting some of this material and what they're talking about now is the possible keyword being possible release of a small amount of tuberculosis craven isolated i'm michael toscano chart mcdowell ceo of wesley financial group they timeshare cancellation advocate i was sued by the largest timeshare company in federal court for simply helping people cancel their timeshare that they have been lied to about the jury size me up and came back with a verdict after only twenty minutes and yes how one my husband and i are more than grateful to everyone wesley financial group thanks to check in his team we feel as though wade is an left ahead and we can move on without.

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