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After firing coach, Flyers drop 9th straight, 7-5 to Avs

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 7 hrs ago

After firing coach, Flyers drop 9th straight, 7-5 to Avs

"The the avalanche avalanche scored scored four four first first period period goals goals over over to to a a seven seven five five win win over over the the flyers flyers Colorado Colorado tied tied the the game game in in the the first first period period on on a a shorthanded shorthanded goal goal by by Eric Eric Johnson Johnson the the avalanche avalanche mated mated to to one one on on a a goal goal by by Gabriel Gabriel Landeskog Landeskog it it became became four four one one now now looks looks new new hook hook and and Cale Cale Makar Makar scored scored power power play play goals goals twenty twenty six six seconds seconds apart apart the the goal goal by by my my car car was was his his eleventh eleventh yeah yeah obviously obviously we we want want to to be be good good on on the the special special team team side side of of things things moving moving the the puck puck well well fast fast Claude Claude Giroux Giroux scored scored a a pair pair of of goals goals in in the the loss loss the the ninth ninth straight straight for for the the flyers flyers who who hours hours earlier earlier I I believe believe the the lame lame video video of of his his duties duties as as head head coach coach Michael Michael Luongo Luongo Philadelphia Philadelphia

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Washington rallies for 4th straight win, 17-15 over Raiders

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

Washington rallies for 4th straight win, 17-15 over Raiders

"Washington Washington QB QB Taylor Taylor Heinicke Heinicke threw threw touchdown touchdown passes passes on on the the first first drive drive of of the the game game and and again again at at the the start start of of the the fourth fourth quarter quarter in in between between the the Washington Washington defense defense kept kept snuffing snuffing out out raiders raiders drives drives holding holding Las Las Vegas Vegas to to field field goals goals until until John John Jacobs Jacobs one one yard yard plunge plunge in in the the fourth fourth another another field field goal goal put put the the raiders raiders on on top top Q. Q. Heinecke Heinecke who who drove drove Washington Washington close close enough enough for for the the team's team's brand brand new new kicker kicker Brian Brian Johnson Johnson to to hit hit a a forty forty eight eight yard yard field field goal goal for for seventeen seventeen fifteen fifteen victory victory head head coach coach Ron Ron Rivera Rivera says says the the football football team team is is making making an an opportunity opportunity for for itself itself we we got got five five divisional divisional games games in in a a row row okay okay we'll we'll take take it it one one at at a a time time okay okay we're we're playing playing the the division division leader leader twice twice the the W. W. F. F. T. T. is is now now six six and and six six in in in in the the NFC NFC playoff playoff picture picture the the raiders raiders are are six six and and six six have have a a steeper steeper climb climb in in the the AFC AFC I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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Steelers turn away Ravens 20-19 after failed 2-point attempt

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

Steelers turn away Ravens 20-19 after failed 2-point attempt

"Steelers Steelers quarterback quarterback Ben Ben Roethlisberger Roethlisberger pass pass for for two two hundred hundred thirty thirty six six yards yards and and two two touchdowns touchdowns in in orchestrated orchestrated but but held held up up to to be be a a late late game game winning winning drive drive and and then then dispersed dispersed defense defense fended fended off off a a go go ahead ahead two two point point conversion conversion attempt attempt with with sixteen sixteen seconds seconds to to go go to to beat beat rival rival Baltimore Baltimore twenty twenty to to nineteen nineteen the the win win was was a a needed needed one one for for the the six six five five and and one one Steelers Steelers and and Roethlisberger Roethlisberger who who lost lost to to Cincinnati Cincinnati by by thirty thirty one one points points a a week week ago ago Dante Dante Johnson Johnson caught caught eight eight passes passes for for one one hundred hundred five five yards yards and and two two touchdowns touchdowns for for Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Lamar Lamar Jackson Jackson passed passed for for two two hundred hundred fifty fifty three three yards yards a a touchdown touchdown and and a a pick pick but but was was sacked sacked seven seven times times the the ravens ravens are are now now even even for for Josh Josh Rowntree Rowntree Pittsburgh Pittsburgh

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Suns push past Pistons, win franchise record 18th straight

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 d ago

Suns push past Pistons, win franchise record 18th straight

"The the sons sons of of set set a a team team record record with with their their eighteenth eighteenth consecutive consecutive win win one one fourteen fourteen one one oh oh three three over over the the pistons pistons camp camp Johnson Johnson and and Cameron Cameron Payne Payne both both scored scored nineteen nineteen points points to to help help Phoenix Phoenix win win pain pain doesn't doesn't appear appear to to be be all all that that impressed impressed by by the the winning winning streak streak of of skills skills good good that that the the same same time time it's it's just just I I don't don't know know me me I I mean mean I I guess guess you you feel feel good good basis basis like like maybe maybe another another game game tomorrow tomorrow yes yes gotta gotta keep keep going going just just want want to to know know today today yes yes I I feel feel through through Johnson Johnson a a pain pain sparked sparked a a stellar stellar effort effort off off the the Suns Suns bench bench which which finished finished with with forty forty eight eight points points the the pistons pistons fought fought back back in in the the third third on on the the seventeen seventeen run run to to get get within within eighty eighty seventy seventy nine nine after after a a three three pointer pointer by by rookie rookie K. K. Cunningham Cunningham Jeremy Jeremy grant grant had had thirty thirty four four points points for for Detroit Detroit I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Trevor Noah: Moderna Chief Not a Source You Should Trust

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:01 min | 5 d ago

Trevor Noah: Moderna Chief Not a Source You Should Trust

"Day. Trevor, Noah gets the dummy today. Now I've long said, you take Bill Mars earpiece off. You take Trevor Noah's earpiece off. John Stuart any of them. Gobert, you put them in a room with a smart man or woman who's well read, and you'll let him talk for two hours. There will be nothing left but ribbons of them. There will be cut to pieces. By anyone who knows their way around a set of facts and how to argue. They're not that bad. They're not smart. They're funny, and they have good timing, they're good comics. But Trevor Noah is a moron. Cut number 21. And while most of the world is willing to wait and see, at least one person feels comfortable about making predictions, the Moderna CEO told the Financial Times he expects the existing vaccines to be less effective against the new variant of COVID. I think it's going to be a material drop. This was on vaccine efficacy. I just don't know how much because we still need to wait for the data, but all the scientists I've spoken to are saying this is not going to be good. So on the one hand, almost all the only cron cases have been mild so far. But on the other hand, the guy who stands to gain millions of dollars from new vaccines says we need new vaccines. Huh. If we don't make a new vaccine, this disease could be with us Ferrari. I mean forever. Sorry, I was thinking of something else. Now, look, I'm not saying that the CEO of Moderna is lying. I'm not saying that at all. I'm just saying, I don't think he's the most objective source on this topic, you know? I'll wait to hear what neutral experts say about a new vaccine. People like public health officials or the CEO of Johnson & Johnson. I mean, he's got nothing a game 'cause nobody's gonna buy his vaccines either way, so I trust him. And also, if we do need a new vaccine for this new variant, it's not a big deal. All right, people. I see people online being like, we're going to get a new shot every year. There's no way. Yeah, yeah, you know what? Maybe to not die, you might need to take 15 minutes out of your year.

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Nets edge Knicks 112-110 on James Johnson's free throws

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 d ago

Nets edge Knicks 112-110 on James Johnson's free throws

"The the Brooklyn Brooklyn nets nets one one intense intense interest interest city city rivalry rivalry game game from from the the New New York York Knicks Knicks one one twelve twelve one one ten ten at at the the Barclay Barclay center center James James Johnson Johnson two two free free throws throws with with two two point point two two seconds seconds remaining remaining stop stop the the one one ten ten one one ten ten tie tie to to repel repel the the nets nets to to their their thirteenth thirteenth win win in in their their last last sixteen sixteen games games James James harden harden scored scored thirty thirty four four points points twenty twenty eight eight in in the the first first half half to to lead lead Brooklyn Brooklyn Kevin Kevin Durant Durant picked picked up up for for hard hard in in the the second second half half scoring scoring twenty twenty one one of of his his twenty twenty seven seven points points including including eleven eleven in in the the final final six six minutes minutes of of play play that that included included a a free free throw throw in in a a controversial controversial technical technical foul foul on on the the next next joyous joyous rental rental in in the the final final two two minutes minutes Tom Tom Marion Marion New New York York

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Paul Kengor Debunks the Myths Against COVID Natural Immunity

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Paul Kengor Debunks the Myths Against COVID Natural Immunity

"The medical and scientific establishment that's involved in this coronavirus issue has done a hell of a job covering up natural immunity I've been going to that website constantly There's no information on how many people in this country have natural immunity and now we know today they have not even kept that information Then they put out a report of course the mouthpieces in the American media regurgitated it being the experts that they are Saying that natural immunity is not nearly as useful or as strong as a vaccine despite what the Israelis came up with And my friend professor Ken gore of grove city Paul he looked at this and he is completely debunked in the current issue of the American spectator Professor go right ahead explain Yeah hey Mark it'd be with you Yes so the CDC puts out the study It was about it was like three Fridays ago And it claimed that not only is artificial immunity superior to natural immunity And by the way this goes against I mean I've got at least three dozen studies Let's say the exact opposite right That all say the natural immunity is superior So it says not only is artificial immunity superior but it's 5 times superior which is a stunning stunning number I mean you might expect them to try to say maybe 1.2 times or something like but 5 times right 5 times And you know on its face how unbelievable this is when you consider the fact that as a current study from a research team in Oakland California shows among many others All three of the current major vaccines that are out there Pfizer Moderna and Johnson & Johnson all now are below 50% efficacy after 6 6 months after the

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 Johnson & Johnson to split into 2 companies

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Johnson & Johnson to split into 2 companies

"Johnson and Johnson the world's biggest maker of health care products is splitting into two companies first know the companies will not be called Johnson and Johnson the Johnson and Johnson name will remain with Jane J's medical device and prescription drug business the division that sells bandaids Listerine and over the counter medicines like Tylenol will become a new consumer health company name not yet disclosed CEO Alex Gorsky says the two areas have evolved as fundamentally different businesses you know it's the consumer health business has more than twenty brands that each have over one hundred and fifty million dollars in annual sales the split is intended to make each company more nimble and adapting to their respective markets and allow for more precise allocation of capital I'm

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"johnson johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:30 min | 3 weeks ago

"johnson johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Engagement scores all of those have actually improved during an incredibly challenging time For our industry let alone the company And so again we think that we are better positioned today than we were even 24 months ago And look we see actually the way that we're considering the financial implications is really an outcome of the way we're fundamentally running the business You know if we innovate if we execute if we're taking a stakeholder approach the results are going to drive themselves and we think our shareholders will ultimately recognize that Alex thank you so much for taking a few minutes out of a very busy day That's Alex gorsky He's Johnson & Johnson chairman and CEO Back to you David thanks very much David Weston They're talking with Johnson Johnson CEO Alex gorsky on the big bold move They are going to split their company into two One will be a drug company the other will be consumer company That's spurred the shares As high as 2.8% today right now they're up 1.4% up to one 65 32 It'll be interesting to see how investors take to this as the process moves along as Taylor was saying earlier could take 12 to 18 months to actually get there But right now Johnson Johnson is a $435 billion company So it's a big behemoth and may not be the easiest job to navigate through these waters Let's get over to an investor Alex scallop as a co add investment strategies At Bernstein private wealth management Alex I won't ask you specifically about J&J but we've been seeing this trend Taylor is pointing out we just saw it with GE GE is de conglomerating and now J&J is doing it as well I've seen it happen in the past with Siemens and in a sense Daimler Chrysler How do you what does it mean to you when you see a company do this especially at a really high point in the markets Well I think it's a natural extension of what's been going on in the last few years As companies have struggled some companies have struggled to create earnings growth in what had been a back and forth growth market And so I think when you run a massive business that has a number of different operating companies within it it always makes sense to focus on where investment is required to drive growth and to rationalize costs where it makes sense This makes perfect sense A lot of not the J&J move in particular But I would say just broadly speaking It always makes sense to focus on earnings growth And generally speaking what does this tell you about Because we've seen these cycles before About where we are in the economic cycle about where we are in terms of valuations Does this give you a hint about anything with that Well I think it's a signal but it's one of many signals that exist today and are present I think look if anything it's showing that the company's recognized that over the next couple of years with the rising rate of inflation this is their opportunity to capture on a potential increase in price and expansion of margins And so this is about allocating resources and capital to areas of the most potential growth Yes I think that's the really interesting point when you see this happen at an all time high When you see it happen at a time when Johnson & Johnson that you might consider a big boring blue chip is valued at 21 times earnings but they want to reach for an even higher valuation in individual units I hope to see this happen with the Volkswagen by the way At some point they had 12 amazing brands including Porsche which could be worth more than much more than the entire company combined What do you see Alex in terms of inflation We have it's not that we didn't see this coming but at this point I think everyone is wondering what the fed is thinking when it what Powell is thinking when he says transitory because 6.2% is not nothing in terms of CPI year over year growth No I think you said it exactly the right way It is not nothing It's a big deal Having said that I think that the events of the last 24 36 hours have effectively put the transitory label to bed And I think what you're seeing in the markets and the reaction from professional investors around the world is really an acknowledgment that that was not the right way to characterize what's going on But I think it's also a reflection of the fact that there are very few professional investors in the asset management industry that we're investing in the early 70s So a lot of people have been looking at books and reading academic reviews of what inflation looked like and what to do about it And so it's not a surprise that everybody was in the transitory camp That's frankly in our view less important than what's going on besides inflation What's going on with growth What's going on with interest rates What's going on in the jobs market Those are key drivers of what type of inflation we will have and then what you can do about it as an investor But when does that inflation and if equities are one of the great inflationary hedges you see equities rise today except that when it starts to hit the consumer And if you can't pass on those costs of the consumer because the consumer really starts to push back then maybe it hit sales and profit of the companies How are you thinking about when some of that inflationary data starts to hurt equities instead of equities being an inflationary hedge Yeah we would be really concerned if it weren't for the solid strength of the consumer balance sheet Specifically in the U.S. if you think about the support mechanisms that have been put in place over the last let's see When was the first day of COVID officially Let's call it March 12th 2020 So you've got about 20 months of pretty consistent government support both at the federal and the state level You've had tremendous growth in the markets You've had wage growth You've had look at the jobs picture You've had anybody that wants a job can get a job So we would agree that if this was happening during a period of low growth slash no growth slash recession alarm bell city but because the consumers in such solid condition we are much more confident about how they can handle the inflationary pressures going forward Alex great to get some time with you Really appreciate hope and get you back on the air with us soon Alex shell off there is co head of investment strategies over at Bernstein private wealth management talking to us about the markets at these levels and in light of what we see happening with inflation Right now let's get over to Greg Jerry He's got your Bloomberg business flash Greg Thank you Matt stocks here in the U.S. are climbing as did European stocks Everybody's still talking about inflation as you just heard Let's look at the numbers the S&P's up a tenth of a percent of 7 The Dow's up a tenth of a percent of 42 in the NASDAQ sub three tenths of a percent of 42 The ten year Where is it It's right there It's down one 32nd now with a yield of 1.55% West Texas intermediate crude oil is down a half a percent of 81 16 a bear with comics gold little changed at 1864 80 announced the valiant one €1387 dollar 1447 in the pound 1.3407 Bloomberg markets continues Taylor Riggs.

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"johnson johnson" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

04:51 min | Last month

"johnson johnson" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"List future the also recently received the highest series a venture capital investment in history for a cybersecurity company at evaluation of two point. Two billion dollars riquet wanted to share a couple of recommendations for technology and digital executives on how to improve company cybersecurity infrastructure. Thank you so much. Peter i. I strongly recommend to take part of their budget and dedicated to really innovative companies. It has to be built into the budgets upfront so that it serves a forcing function to really look for new technologies. The the second recommendation is outside of identity. There two very interesting classes of security technologies that are emerging. The first one is improving the quality of code to make sure that your developers are not introducing software vulnerabilities. The second is cloud security. I think we're in the first inning of hundreds of companies. That'll be created offering really innovative ways of securing the multitude of problems of the cloud environments. I just wanna leave your audience with this elastic. Every single time. They have to enter their password. Change their password. Can't remember their password or any other problems. Please remember transmit security and now onto the interview when the full so. Let me introduce a quickly. Deborah king and jim swanson. Deborah is the sap jif inflammation and transformation office Agra signs was previously division of dow dupont and became an independent company in two thousand nineteen with twenty two thousand employees and twenty three countries. It's the only global pure play agriculture company in the industry and deborah. Let the monkey technology transformation efforts that enabled that successful Spin off off of course have and today. Deborah leads the technology and digital strategy and escort him. I put for the benefit of enriching the lives of those produce in those who consume so essentially many of us and certainly all of us as consumers. Also here is jim swanson jim. Edp and enterprise cio for johnson and johnson as many of you know johnson and johnson is one of the world's largest accompanies one of the oldest multinational companies across three business segments including consumer pharmaceuticals and medical devices..

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"johnson johnson" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

02:51 min | Last month

"johnson johnson" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"5th, happy Friday one and all. Today, a major company a massive lawsuit and a Texas two step. And no we're not talking about the dance here. Johnson & Johnson makes healthcare products and perhaps his best known as of late for its COVID-19 vaccine. But for decades prior, the name has been synonymous with a certain white and blue bottle. Johnson's baby powder feel soft is the day you were born. Yep, baby powder, but you may have heard Johnson & Johnson isn't loving its association with baby powder of late because the lawsuits are piling up more than 35,000 of them. The claim is that the talc used in Johnson's baby powder causes cancer. Back in 2018, an investigation by The New York Times found that Johnson & Johnson had been aware of possible asbestos contamination in its tout products for at least 50 years, but they hadn't disclosed this fact to customers. Then in May of 2019, Johnson & Johnson stopped selling talc based baby powder in North America altogether, but continued to insist that its ingredients were safe. Later that year, the company recalled over 30,000 bottles of the powder after trace amounts of asbestos were found. So yeah, things weren't looking great for the health products giant. In a court of law, it was David versus Goliath. Individuals who claim to have been harmed by the company's product versus a gigantic multinational corporation which pulls in just under a $100 billion a year. In this case, Goliath knew that he would probably lose. So Johnson & Johnson did something technically legal, but questionable. The company used a law on the books in Texas to create a new company called LTL, then through all pending baby powder litigation into that new firm. Then the new firm declared bankruptcy, which means that it will be tough for any plaintiff to be paid the damages judges may say they are owed. The rest of Johnson & Johnson's $1 billion assets remain protected. It's called the Texas two step and a handful of firms have taken advantage of it in the past. But for folks seeking justice from the company, this move had to sting. Especially because while Johnson & Johnson continued to claim that their products were safe, most other companies that had historically used talc quietly removed it, which made a medicated powder based deodorant in 2017 that product was made with tout. Now it's made with corn starch, and advertised as 100% talc free. The lesson? Products can change. If companies change, but if companies choose to dance around the issues, some consumers may be out of luck. From wondering, this is business wars daily. I'm your host David Brown, written and produced by Jessica your mosque, our executive producers.

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Why Do We Need to Be Vaccinating Children?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | Last month

Why Do We Need to Be Vaccinating Children?

"Why do we need to be vaccinating children? Our children at a considerable risk of dying from the Fauci virus. Our children at a considerable risk, absent other daily activities, from dying from the virus. The CDC's own data, which has been published, shows that children one to four year olds per 100,000 deaths the most common death is drowning. At 2.8 per 100,000. Then vehicle accidents at 2.3 per 100,000. Homicide, 2.2 per 100,000. Cancer, two per 100,000. Cardiovascular disease, one death per 100,000. Flu and pneumonia, .8 deaths per 100,000. And that's annual deaths among children per 100,000. I'm not exactly sure how they tabulate this, but the numbers themselves of what actually that the most at risk for is very, very helpful. A child is four times more likely ages one to four to die from the Fauci virus to die from flu pneumonia than from the Fauci virus. Four times more likely. And that's the CDC's own data. .2 for COVID. How about children 5 to 14 years old? Is there a massive risk of children 5 to 14 years old? Such a massive risk that we now need to forcibly inoculate children using either Pfizer Johnson & Johnson Moderna vaccine. With side effects that are growing and questions that are increasing. What's the number one cause of death for children ages 5 to 14? Answer cancer. The next cause of death? Vehicle accidents. So if a school is going to be consistent, if the school is going to start mandating vaccines, if the state of California is going to be consistent and start mandating vaccines, they need to say young children ages 5 to 14 are not allowed to ride in cars anymore. If it's all about safety, it's the fair thing

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Mike's COVID-19 Antibodies Test Results Leave Us With More Questions Than Answers

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:09 min | Last month

Mike's COVID-19 Antibodies Test Results Leave Us With More Questions Than Answers

"So, as I shared with you Friday, I got an antibody's test, a couple of weeks ago. They screwed up the testing, had something to do with the cargo ships believe it or not. The component they needed at quester LabCorp whoever it was, they didn't have the right component. It took a long time. Anyway, got the results back. The antibodies test, I got, which is a blood test was before my second booster, but I wanted to know what my antibodies were. And I get the test back finally Saturday. My doctor reads it. Here's what he tells me. Hi, Mike. This test shows no antibodies to the now by the way, keep in mind I got the Johnson & Johnson shot in March, all right? This test shows no antibodies to the spike protein, which is the component in the vaccine. This means two possibilities. One, you have no antibodies detected, which implies you are not immune or two, you have no antibodies detected, but you are still somehow immune, but the lab is an accurate enough to detect it. This can happen and is mentioned in the interpretation section. Either way, the goal is to have a positive test to confirm you have antibodies, and that will be more likely to happen about two weeks after this last vaccine you got was administered. Since your antibodies are negative, it also means you have not had the COVID-19 infection, which means that you are either very fortunate that you haven't been exposed to anyone with COVID-19, or you have been exposed and your vaccine has been protecting you. He's starting to sound like Doctor Fauci to me. I can't keep up with anything here. And then I wrote him back. I said, well, does that mean that the first Johnson & Johnson shot, I got in March, the vaccine didn't leave me with antibodies. He writes correct. But keep in mind that these lab tests are never a 100% correct so you can say with reasonable confidence that you didn't have antibodies from the J&J vaccine, but there is always a small chance you do have antibodies that the lab didn't find that chance is likely in the 1% range. There you go. That's my medical information. If you're more confused than I am, you're not alone.

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Mike and Chad Prather Discuss the Effectiveness of COVID Vaccines and Ivermectin

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:27 min | Last month

Mike and Chad Prather Discuss the Effectiveness of COVID Vaccines and Ivermectin

"Know, I've been fascinated to hear people push back at my admission that I've been taking Ivermectin every week for about ten months. And when people challenge me, one guy, one pinhead pseudo intellectual call, and he said, how dare you? And I said, go to the NIH website. You can find it NIH. On the NIH website, there they actually have posted studies of the effectiveness of Iver Ivermectin. And yet, like you said, CDC, NIH, they say it. Then again, I remember I'm old enough to remember Doctor Fauci saying the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. You only needed one. That's the beauty of it. He said, you only needed one shot, one and done. Now, of course she's saying, we always knew it was a two shot regimen. A real shocker Chad prayer that millions of Americans are skeptical about the wisdom of these scientists. I have a 62nd video saved in my phone and on my files that talk about Fauci and how he has changed his tune. And it talks about the headlines from Fauci how it's 99% effective down to 40% and then finally it goes to the boosters. And you can literally see the numbers count down through the headlines. This is the kind of stuff we're up against right now in the world. And again, it to question that in any way, shape or form. Forget the fact that Ivermectin won a Nobel Prize in 2015 for its use in humans. Don't talk about any of that. They will cancel you in a

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Mike Receives His 2nd Johnson and Johnson Vaccine

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:06 min | Last month

Mike Receives His 2nd Johnson and Johnson Vaccine

"Yesterday, I got the second Johnson & Johnson shot. Not everybody agrees with my decision. But even the people who disagree with my decision, at least in our world, my audience seems to understand that was my decision to make with my doctor. In full consultation with my very research, happy doctor. That that was the right thing for me to do. And incidentally, I'm feeling great, got the second Johnson & Johnson, apparently was the same full dose is the first, which kind of surprised me. I thought a booster was only a portion of it, but what do I know? That's why my doctor went to medical school. That's why I pay him. That's why I go to my doctor. I'm not going to try to fix my engine. I'm going to take it to the car dealer. I'm going to take it to the mechanic. I don't know how to fix the engine. I don't know what I should put in my body. That's why I go to my doctor. And he's got a lot of letters behind his name. And he believed that for me, a 61 year old, healthy, slightly overweight, white man, the second Johnson & Johnson shot was for me, and I got it, and I'm feeling fine.

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Mike Is Feeling Good After J&J Booster Shot

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | Last month

Mike Is Feeling Good After J&J Booster Shot

"So far so good, got my second Johnson & Johnson shot yesterday. I'm now fully vexed. For now, double X, for now, who knows what they're gonna ask 6 months from now 12 months from now? And it might annoy you that I got the Johnson & Johnson shot yesterday. Spend time with my doctor's office. My doctor has researched it pretty thoroughly pretty carefully. He did not quite he wasn't real comfortable with mixing and matching kind of using the different technologies of the different way they do the vaccines. And so I got the second Johnson & Johnson shot, full dose, apparently the Johnson & Johnson booster is actually just a replication of the first Johnson & Johnson vaccine. And I feel great. I feel fantastic. And that was one of the other reasons why he thought it was a good idea for me to go with the Johnson & Johnson as a booster rather than Moderna or Pfizer as it has been suggested can be done pretty easily because they didn't have any side effects or any reaction to the Johnson & Johnson the first time he thought it would be a pretty good bet that I have the same easy experience this time and so far so good. Feeling great. Glad I got the game of the new vaccine card. I've got now October 19th as my second Johnson & Johnson vaccine. And that may not work for you, and I respect that. As do many

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"johnson johnson" Discussed on The Drill Down

The Drill Down

04:06 min | Last month

"johnson johnson" Discussed on The Drill Down

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Fauci: J&J Vaccine 'Should Have Been a Two-Dose Vaccine'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Fauci: J&J Vaccine 'Should Have Been a Two-Dose Vaccine'

"What do you make of news like Fauci's news that for those of us who got the J&J? Well, it should have been a two dose vaccine not one. It should have been two doses like Pfizer and Moderna Moderna is. Now you're telling us, well, you know why they're telling us now? Because they've had 9 ten months to study it. That's what people are afraid of. That's why you're worried about the vaccine because this is all new. It's clear as can be. Listen to what Fauci said. Now he's about as clear as mud on a good day, but here's foushee explaining why the FDA adviser believes that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine should have been two doses. Doctor Fauci, the FDA advisory panel unanimously recommended booster doses for the J&J vaccine. But the advice is for all people over 18 to get the shot even after just two months. We know this vaccine was not as effective as others. So should those 15 million people who got the vaccine be concerned given these recommendations? No, not at all. I think that they should feel good about it because what the advisers to the FDA felt is that given the data that they saw very likely this should have been a two dose vaccine to begin with. So the idea of wreck of making a recommendation that people who originally received J&J should receive a second dose 18 or older with none of the restrictions about whether or not you're at a high risk or not at a high risk, is that everyone who received that first dose of J&J were 18 and old that should receive it. So I think that's a very good thing. And I think it's very favorable for those who have received the J&J vaccine. I don't see that as a problem at

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Every Choice During the Pandemic Is a Roll of the Dice

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | Last month

Every Choice During the Pandemic Is a Roll of the Dice

"What I don't even know what decisions are right decisions anymore. I feel like such an idiot. I've got a, I'm gonna share this with you. I've got a family friend and a wedding. This coming weekend. And I know that many of the people who are gonna be congregating, don't believe in the vaccine. And I happen to believe in the vaccine. I respect your right not to. Just as I'm sure people who don't want to get the vaccine, respect my right to get a vaccine. I guess my doctor's getting me ready to give me the second Johnson & Johnson. Shot tomorrow. I'll be the first dope that dies of a vaccine overdose. I'm gonna have I'm gonna have horns and eyeballs growing out of my forehead by Friday. Either that or I'll get COVID and die anyway. I mean, you just wonder. And for me, it's role in the dice. You play the odds. I lost a bunch of weight because I thought being that real fat was gonna increase my chances of dying if I got COVID. But I'm going to live my life. Colin Powell lived his life. So this wedding for me next week has been agonizing because I was invited. And I'd love to be there. And I'm just not that comfortable with being in an enclosed space with dozens and dozens and dozens of people who aren't going to be vaccinated. Now I'm probably being stupid and thankfully this is a wonderful family and they're gracious and they're forgiving. I mean, I know they've behind my back. They're calling me a big fat baby, and they'd be right. I am. I'm a big fat baby. I know

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Mike and Caller Angelo Discuss Why COVID Has Been so Politicized by the Left

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:58 sec | Last month

Mike and Caller Angelo Discuss Why COVID Has Been so Politicized by the Left

"G let's see if you can give me a theory as to why the left has politicized COVID so much Angelo is in Queens, New York. Hey Angelo, how are you happy Friday? Hey, how you doing, happy Friday? Well, I guess it's just all political, maybe they want to just keep people out of the voting boots. They want mail in voting because I have written I'm a victim and Merck is making a pill. The only difference is it's going to cost $750 instead of $4. That's what that has a lot to do with it. Ivermectin is very inexpensive, and that has a huge, huge aspect of this, I think. It's a cheap inexpensive drug, big pharma doesn't profit from it like they do. I mean, do you know how much money Pfizer and BioNTech and all of what the Moderna vaccine and Johnson & Johnson? You know how much money they're making? Holy

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Joe Rogan Grills Sanjay Gupta Over CNN's COVID-19 Coverage

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | Last month

Joe Rogan Grills Sanjay Gupta Over CNN's COVID-19 Coverage

"Joe Rogan had CNN's medical correspondent on his podcast the other day, Sanjay Gupta, and he just eviscerated the guy. Because she and in lied about Rogan, Rogan got COVID as so many people have. Heck, I'm waiting for my positive test. I swear it's a miracle I haven't gotten it yet. And maybe it's my weekly Ivermectin. I don't know, maybe it's not. Maybe I've just got I've been lucky. Maybe the vaccination? I'm waiting to get back by antibodies test. I'll tell you what it is, just so you know, 'cause I'm curious about if a march Johnson & Johnson vaccine gave me sufficient antibodies here in mid October. I don't know. So I'm curious about all of it. But I'm also just fascinated by the way hydroxychloroquine. Ivermectin, I guess, Regeneron, are the monoclonal antibodies controversial? Are people arguing about that? If a doctor prescribes a medication to you, why does anybody else outside of your life care what your doctor prescribes to you? Why? It's gonna make him be crazy. Anyway, Rogan gets doctor Gupta on and says, hey, uh, Sanjay. Why did your network lie? And they did, they pretended that Rogan was taking a horse dewormer. You see there's Ivermectin, I guess that is available from veterinarians veterinarians that are for de warming animals. That's not the same Ivermectin that comes in typically three milligram doses that are human consumption. An anti Parrish antiparasitic drug that studies have shown can be effective with COVID. And there's a debate about that, I guess, and there's other studies that say it's not. I mean, okay, what do you care when I put in my

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Joe Rogan Forces Dr. Sanjay Gupta to Admit CNN Shouldn't Have Called His COVID Treatment 'Horse Dewormer'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | Last month

Joe Rogan Forces Dr. Sanjay Gupta to Admit CNN Shouldn't Have Called His COVID Treatment 'Horse Dewormer'

"Yet our country is controlled by Pfizer AstraZeneca Moderna, Johnson & Johnson and BioTech, and therefore we're not even allowed to have a conversation about Ivermectin, but the few people that are free speech warriors like Joe Rogan he does not let up cut 55 and then we'll go through all three cuts here and this is by the way, if you have not listened to this podcast discussed with Sanjay Gupta, it's incredible. Because maybe Sanjay Gupta thought that they were gonna have a nice little conversation about why people need to wear masks. I don't know what he was thinking. Going on Joe Rogan's show. Joe is mad. And good for Joe, Joe Rogan as Sanjay Gupta, does it bother you that CNN lied about me? Cut 55. Does it bother you that the news network you work for? Out and out lied. Without right lied about me taking horse dewormer. They shouldn't have said that. Why did they do that? I don't know. You didn't ask? I didn't think there was a guy over there. I didn't ask. I should have asked glee. No. I watched. Gorgeous. I want to frame that because Joe's Joe's because we see this little shriveling of a weak human Sanjay Gupta. I should have asked. I don't know. You understand that these media reporters have never been called out before? I think Sanjay Gupta was there to promote a book. I don't think it's doing very well after that. I know, I think he has a new book like COVID COVID war zero or something. I really think it's called World War COVID. I think that's the name of the book. And so CNN he's the medical guy there, and so Joe says, you're the medical guy there. What do you mean?

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"johnson johnson" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:32 min | 2 months ago

"johnson johnson" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Early this morning Johnson & Johnson released data that the company says supports the idea that a second shot can provide people with even stronger protection against getting really sick The company says giving people a second jab two months after the first looks like he can boost protection against moderate to severe disease from about 75%.

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"johnson johnson" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

01:50 min | 5 months ago

"johnson johnson" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"Over last. June where's kamala harris. She needs to take care of this. Need to get over there at the border and take care of this thinks. She's trying to get her office under control unofficial and preliminary calculations suggests that the number will be one hundred eighty eight thousand at such a high level. It would show a flaw in the claims by the administration and the media that the biden surge so far has simply been a seasonal trend would stall in hot matz. Hot months are here. it hasn't stalled. No no let's see. Oh George w bush. He's speaking out. He's gonna sizing the withdrawal from afghanistan in an interview with a german broadcaster released wednesday. He said he fears that. Afghan women and girls will suffer unspeakable harm his wife. The former first lady was instrumental in rights for women in afghanistan. You said i'm sad. Laura and i spent a lot of time with afghan women. And they're scared. And i think about all the interpreters and the people that helped not only us troops but nato troops and it seems like they're all just going to be left behind to be slaughtered by these very brutal people and it breaks my heart. It's not it's not Common for former president bush to speak about issues but now he has spoken out but he doesn't do it often not on big. I'm big things. He does senate majority leader. Chuck schumer is planning to introduce legislation that would decriminalize marijuana on a federal level. And of interesting. I was wondering what this particular definition of decriminalization meant Actually what it would do. Is it would remove marijuana from the controlled substances act which.

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"johnson johnson" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"johnson johnson" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"Four neutrogena sunscreens. Not going to name them all. But if you have a johnson and johnson product he made just want to bring it back and get back to the store throwaway about it. Richard sherman nfl star. Who is currently unsigned. He's a free agent. He hasn't got a team. And the teams are all going to practice soon. And i guess he's probably a little bit stressed about that. He was denied bail last night after a late night. Arrest on suspicion of domestic violence burglary in the seattle suburb of redmond. He was arrested after they got a nine one. One call around two o'clock in the morning saying a family member was trying to force their way into a home. Police say that Richard sherman fought with officers but he was apprehended with the help of a canine unit. And he's also being allegedly. He's investigated for allegedly crashing his car and abandoning it around an hour before the redman incident as a matter of fact His his wife is said to have On the new york post saying that Richard sherman was threatening to kill himself. He was texting people saying he was going to kill himself. He was going to hang himself. And according to his wife ashley moss e drank had drank. Full two full bottles of hard liquor. Yeah and she says. My kids were not harmed in the incident. He's a good person in. This is not his character. Us border officials expected to reveal soon that they encountered nearly one hundred ninety thousand illegal immigrants in june. That's four hundred fifty percent explosion.

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"johnson johnson" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

04:11 min | 10 months ago

"johnson johnson" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"With compromised immune systems will have and we have three hundred and thirty one million in the us. We've only vaccinated fifty million people so we still.

"johnson johnson" Discussed on Dr. Des Says.. It’s All Your Immunity Podcast

Dr. Des Says.. It’s All Your Immunity Podcast

01:35 min | 10 months ago

"johnson johnson" Discussed on Dr. Des Says.. It’s All Your Immunity Podcast

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"johnson johnson" Discussed on Dr. Des Says.. It’s All Your Immunity Podcast

Dr. Des Says.. It’s All Your Immunity Podcast

07:29 min | 10 months ago

"johnson johnson" Discussed on Dr. Des Says.. It’s All Your Immunity Podcast

"So let's briefly delve into your immune response. You buy can have a couple of different responses at this point. The first response involves the work and coordination between your antibodies and a type of t cell called helper. T. cells or cd. Four t cells. This coordination helps to neutralize the viral component not allowing it to infect anymore cells in your body a braxton eight itsel will present fragments of despite protein on its surface when it does the debris will contain many spike proteins and protein fragments which can then be taken up by type of immune sow called an antigen presenting cell. In this case the antigen is the spike protein and antigens elicit responses from an antibody wouldn't helper t cell detects spike protein fragments. The helper t. cell raises the alarm to more show other immune cells to the area of the vaccinate itsel other immune cells called b. cells may also bump into the corona virus spikes amp protein fragments on the surface of the cells. A few of these b cells may be able to lock on to the spike proteins as they protrude from the cell. If these b cells are activated by helper t cells. They will start to proliferate and release. Antibodies that target this spike protein. The antibodies can latch onto the roma virus spikes mark the virus for destruction and prevent infection by blocking nece bikes from attaching to other cells. The second route your immune system takes is to activate another t cell. Call killer t. cells or cd. Eight t cells sad note. Dissertation was on t. Cells southie cells near and dear to my heart. Okay on with the episode. These t cells come to this site through the same mechanisms be other immune cells. Come to the cell site and this mechanism involves the antigen presenting sowell's which the t. sal encounters on its surveillance. Once it has found antigen presenting cell it kills that corona virus in fact itsel led displays the spike protein fragment on the surface hence the name killer t. cells so basically one part of your immune system is they are took control an infected cell and is controlling it for a number of different reasons. It wants to use it with a port of your immune system with memory and that so win. Your body encounters the corona virus in it has a blueprint of how to fight this particular invader. It understands what the import molecule looks like. It will understand how to biden future so the vaccine is working to elicit that response and the vaccine can also elicit the response of the killer. T. cells and that's a separate port of your immune system. That doesn't seek to neutralize the antigen or the spike protein. But it's literally trying to kill the effect itself so that these viruses if they were present would have no chance of infecting other cells. This part of your immune system is really trying to decrease the numbers of the pathogen in your body. So the first part of this immune process if to gain a foothold to understand what the spike protein of the corona virus looks like how to recognize it later on an act. More quickly your killer. T. cell ish literally trying to annihilate it so it gets out of your body quickly before it can cause more damage now. That concludes the basic science portion. How talk now. I wanna focus on what we know about the application of the vaccine so far. Remember what we said about the immune cells and how they recognize a pattern on the pathogen like spike protein corona virus. This alert the immune cells that a foreign and possibly dangerous invader like a pathogenic is in its midst. The johnson and johnson black seen is a recumbent barrel. Vaccine that uses it live attenuated which is a fancy word for modified and weaken agnew adenovirus as its rector. Since it uses the live edna virus that can cause the common cold your body or more specifically your immune system may have already seen and at a previous point develop an immune response against it. If that is the case then yourselves will not take up. That virus has despite protein in it because antibodies against the adenovirus vector will neutralize it before it can work full. This possibly weakens the effectiveness of the vaccine and this may be why initially be efficacy rates. Were lower at sixty six percent compared to those of the messenger our apec scenes however looking into the preliminary findings. We see that. The vaccine conferred immunity to severe kobe. Disease at a rate above eighty percent. Which makes it a good candidate for those in high risk categories like those above sixty five years of age adding theo pd and other pulmonary diseases. Heart disease and diabetes and johnson. Johnson vaccine is currently being tested to see. A booster shot increases the effectiveness of the vaccine. Another positive note for the johnson and johnson vaccine is that it remains effective against a south african and uk variants of kobe. Not disease and among the lower cost vaccines this development could place it among the premier vaccines in the world against kobe. Both for its effectiveness against the original. Kobe nineteen disease and.

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"johnson johnson" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

06:23 min | 10 months ago

"johnson johnson" Discussed on PRI's The World

"See tears. Hug would have been nice to give to receive unused calamar. The un made lillard to the iranian government public. This week in forty five pages. She outlines what found following six months of investigation. Kalamata says the government didn't stop her from conducting the investigation. But it didn't help either wiretap ease a very serious human rights violations. The mistakes that adds to offer for that sealion plane to be targeted end. Kate a disregard for standard operating procedure. That is so high that he is in fact reckless and criminal last summer. Iran civil aviation organization released a report blaming human error and poor communication for the downing of the plane. Columbus iran's investigation does not meet international a national standards as so far the authorities are mentioned the people on the ground who are of course responsible in the the pull the trigger in in a way or another but they are saw more individuals responsible for what happened. Do you think this is will ever get justice. Look i think justice in this context. It's gonna take time and justice is gonna demand that tweet out side. Iran and the international community of states dimension justice on their behalf the government of countries with nationals onboard should continue to demand accountability for its part that run in government says it has set aside about two hundred billion dollars for compensation to the victims families for the world. I'm sharing a forty next year. The gulf nation of qatar will be hosting the world cup and still. There is a big problem with the rights of migrant workers. Many of whom are helping to create the infrastructure for the biggest soccer tournament on earth. Qatar had promised to make improvements to migrant worker rights but a new analysis from the guardian newspaper in the uk concluded that more than sixty five hundred workers have died since i was granted. The rights to the world cup may romanos a lawyer and gulf researcher at amnesty international. London joins us to discuss. So where are many of these migrant workers from this report focuses on. What does the report specifically about the circumstances that are leading to the troubling number of deaths and most migrant workers from qatar actually from southeast asian countries mainly from india pakistan nepal bangladesh philippines and they come in i think after having paid heavy recruitment fees having take-up plumes to comment worker qatar in search for better job for themselves their families back home they played imported invited. Rule in the delivery of the construction work that was needed for qatar to host this world cup and saudi. I think the standards and protection that are placed are are very weak in qatar which led to a number of them having sadly to lose their lives. So back to this report ccording to it the causes of death categorized as natural deaths in this context. What exactly does this mean. I think that's one of the major issue that we are facing when it comes to the issue of death of migrant workers in qatar on the golden general there is a lack of transparency around the of migrant workers and that isn't a process in place or proper investigation is carried out to determine the cause of death when healthy young migrant workers who passed the medical test and were deemed fit to work in qatar. Died that isn't any autopsy or investigation that take place and goes ns are usually fruit to or categorized natural tests or cardiac arrest without really knowing what led to these to these tests. And that's a big issue. That i think we were urging cutter to address immediately. How has cut our work to improve migrant worker rights and is there talk of either doubling down or maybe a rollback of these measures. If they're not working they need to be recognized. That god has made some progress. In relation to the protection of migrants rice specially in the lead of the source code since it was awarded the right to host the world cup. There has been a lot of spotlight and attention to its treatment of migrant workers and it was ultimately push to sign an agreement with the international labor organization to reform the system and that is actually leading to these exploitation and so far has delivered some important labour reforms but sadly what we are seeing. Is that when these reforms look good on paper they are not being. Well implemented strictly enforced. Which means that labor abuse and exploitation continue to take place. i'm cutter. So is there actual resistance to making working conditions for migrant workers in qatar and the wider. Golf better something else going on. Yeah obviously that is there is resistance. There is the difficulty to you know. Shake the statue. Cool wear most employers especially companies small and medium companies owned by locals. They make huge gained and their business model function based on this current system. That is in place with just the file system. And i think that has been a bit of resistance from the business community in these countries. Bucket has showed that it has the political win at the upper level of from the top to reform the system. And that's why it has committed to this program but there is some resistance than happening and sadly we do see some setbacks. Taking place to push against these changes may mean for qatar. If the situation does not improve by the end of this year going into twenty twenty to the world cup. Here there'd be repercussions i mean. We would want to ban salvia recording on qatar changes as a huge opportunity there for qatar for the middle east hosting this tournament. And i think there is. There is hope for change. We won't talk to make the changes that needs. We wanted to be serious more work to be done. What it's doing is not enough is a good start. But we really this world cup to a positive legacy for org migrant workers and we will continue to urge qatar to do what it takes to get there. May romanos is a lawyer and gulf researcher at amnesty international speaking with us from london. Thank you for coming on. The program may thank you so much forcing me. We leave you today. With some good news it comes in the form of wild bison returning to the canadian plans. Last week i heard twenty plains bison were released on pound maker cree.

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"johnson johnson" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:13 min | 10 months ago

"johnson johnson" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Abia defected and twenty twelve from the syrian intelligence services. He actually fought against them with a free cd army and he ended up leaving jerem to syria when isis stuck over because he was fleeing isis on he talks about with his family just like any other fiji and and ended up in germany crossing the borders illegally till he reached a germany in continue lock on culinary wesland case. He waited theirselves fifteen. He did he just lived the force because his family was threatened by the opposition and in his trial he was still defending the government and denying any acts of torture that ever happened in the branches. He was sponsored by. The opposition was given a letter. That germany's with a special visa and had a nice trip of light from jordan to jeremy and to clarify muhammed. I understand it a trial like this has not only not having in syria. It's also the first time. A ruling on a syrian official has happened outside syria. That's also significant right correct. that's significant. There's no possibility to have such styles at at least in the current time and i see seed. International criminal court has been blocked by russia's veto in the security council. We can get the ic the only possible justice avenue four seasons was to their perpetrators in national headquarters if they managed to our drive to europe. And there's a couple of cases around syria involved in in europe from two thousand fifteen it involved like lower level soldiers who appeared in pictures stepping over dead bodies or or torturing other people but not an official from the diligence services. This is the first kids. I'm speaking with muhammed. Al abdulla from the syria justice and accountability center in washington but a guilty verdict handed down today in germany muhammed. Who are the german prosecutors working with to provide evidence against these people. I mean presumably. The prosecutors have sources of intelligence even sources. Close to assad right. Look exactly i mean. They worked clearly with a society with a human rights groups who are able to hell basically providing some documentation.

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"johnson johnson" Discussed on Quick News Daily Podcast

Quick News Daily Podcast

02:10 min | 11 months ago

"johnson johnson" Discussed on Quick News Daily Podcast

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"johnson johnson" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"johnson johnson" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"In the race for a Corona virus vaccine. Eli Lilly and Johnson and Johnson, basically within 24 hours of each other, have paused their studies testing. The covert 19 vaccine that they hope will set us all free joining us. Dr. Simone Wilds, infectious diseases. Physician South your health at Weymouth, Massachusetts and Dr Wilds. Welcome back to the Mark Mason show. Thanks for having me so I'm not hitting the panic button here. Although man, I'm I'm one of those people who would love to see a covert vaccine. But these things are normal. But we seem to be having them pop up a little bit more often than I'm used to reporting. Well, you know, I will say it's not that it's more often. It's just because we're more in tune. Right. So what's going on? But I want to first points out that they Johnson Johnson. There there. Hiccup was with the vaccine, but the Eli Lilly that's with an antibody therapy, so they're two different therapy modality, But they do have pauses because they have found information that we make. Them wanted spend a little bit more time. Seth in what has happened doesn't mean we have to panic. It just means we have to take a closer look, which is by we're doing these studies. All right. The Eli Lilly treatment. That's Ah, That's a lot like Regeneron that that might have saved the president. Is that correct? Yes, it is an antibody therapy that really gets in there and try to new neutralize the Corona virus. So it's injecting. Basically, antibodies virus anybody's into your body that you normally might get if you had Had somehow contracted Corona virus, right? Right, And this kind of speed things up for you. All right. Well, I would think that would be Ah, Ah, easy way to do it. And you know how we love easy in this country on DH Johnson and Johnson, the flat out vaccine just kind of like a flu vaccine. Correct And you know some unexplained illness. We don't really know if it was in the placebo or two in the vaccine group. We don't have a lot of information, but, you know, I'm sure we'll get that information later on. All right, So it's a temporary halt. It might just be a few days. What does this put a wrinkle into the timeline that we get a vaccine? Maybe before Election Day and maybe before the end of the year. Not. I think it's just a matter of assessing into seeing exactly what's going on. It might not closing down significantly, but you know, I don't like timeline because again whenever you give a timeline, people get fixated on it. And when it doesn't happen, Of course, there's a big disappointments and people are wondering why I didn't come through, so I think, Let's just follow the data. Make sure everything is safe. And then we'll get our vaccine. You don't seem too disturbed by all of this news. You know where? As I'm sitting here going like, Oh, my God. Not again. You from the tone of your voice. I guess this is just kind of par for the course. Yes, it is a car for the course. It's a large study. And when you're studying something, you expect things to pop up right? So I'm not like Oh, my goodness. The world is falling apart. No. This is something that's really expected. Let's just watch wait to see what the results are, and then keep moving again. All right, there's a New York Times article. It talks about the White House embracing a herd immunity of theory that a declaration if you will, that came out. I'm not sure you saw that, but is herd immunity. The answer to our problems. I didn't actually see that article. But I don't think herd immunity is going to solve the problem right now, Right? I mean, I think we have That's a huge problem with Pope in 19 that I don't think heard immunities when the the answer to all our problems, you know, I was in bed this morning. I was I was thinking about covert 19 and the people who get it and the millions of millions who've had it and, of course, the people that died. But if we go through herd immunity, that means a significant part of the population gets Cove it and they recover. Those who don't you know that's just kind of collateral damage. But this disease appears to leave a lot of damage after after Recovery. Are these going to be considered pre existing conditions for insurance companies of the future and that that's a loaded question, Mark and I wish I had the answer, right? I mean, we're in the struggle now about insurance companies and pre existing conditions. I'm sure we're gonna have to revisit this later because you're right. There's a lot of other conditions that happened from Colditz and be honest, some of them. We don't even know the extent of it quite yet, because we're still learning, so I think there's more to come on that topic, and it will be a very interesting topic out the years to come. Okay. As long as I'm asking loaded questions, you see the pictures of the president and the rally's these last few nights and the rallies to come and people are packed shoulder to shoulder. Many of them not wearing masks, and they are in states where there's an uptick in Corona virus. AAA has a doctor Dr Weil's Simone Wilds. Aziz. You look at that. What's going through your mind? I am wondering what can I do to help them to understand us again? And I say this over and over. Colbert has not left. We are seeing increasing in the number of cases in all pretty much all safe now, um, the death rate keeps going up. I mean, people need to understand that we need to continue again. Where in the math. Social justice in avoiding large crowds because otherwise we're going to have even more devastating impact from Kobe 19. All right, and this is the last time I get to ask you questions for a little while yet, But Halloween is coming up and we're sitting here at the radio station talking about what we're going to do on Halloween. With kids trick or treating. It's it's hard to stop them. They may social distance and they may travel in bubbles. But when they come up to a house, that's the wild card. What is the wilds family going to do on Halloween? The wild family will not be having Halloween. We will get creative this year, just like doing with everything. Everything is going to be virtual, right. We can have virtual costume party. I don't need my Children going around getting candy from people who may be asymptomatic that give them candy, and then they get it. We can do it differently, right? I think this is the year when we're gonna have to get very creative with what we do, and that's what the cases are increasing. In many states. This is not the time to be out trick or treating right and it just occurs to me. How much fun you must have calling yourselves the wild family. This's Dr Simone Wilds. Infectious disease position. South Shore Health Weymouth, Mass. Thank you so much for being on the show today, Dr..

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"johnson johnson" Discussed on Squawk Pod

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13:12 min | 1 year ago

"johnson johnson" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Johnson and Johnson is temporarily paused. . It's cove nineteen vaccine clinical trials due to an unexplained illness in a study participant <hes> the development first reported by stat news notes that the study is not under a clinical hold that's the more serious hold and it's not immediately apparent whether the volunteer received the actual treatment. . Or a placebo. . That would be key difference J. J. says <unk> adverse events. . Events like illnesses aren't expected part of clinical studies but if they do find out, , yeah, , it was the placebo. . Well then. . It goes without saying. . Apparently. It's . not always immediately available for that but I read through that a lot because it it seems to me like you'd be able to figure out pretty quickly it to shutting down your entire thing if this was somebody who got the placebo. . That's why it's called the blind, , a double blind study or whatever you want people knowing who? ? Didn't. . I guess somebody knows I hope so or else you get. . Jeez. . Yeah. . Wow maybe. . Striking, , about this, , this is now the second one of these that we've had AstraZeneca's you know put a hold of briefly internationally on their efforts but by the way that effort I believe is not ongoing right now in the United States. . So if for example, , there was a hold on the Astra Zeneca project in the United States and they separate hold now on the Johnson and Johnson one minute. . It's not this is not a whole. . Holistic. . Pause. . Right. . A pause, , but there was a I the point I was trying to make was there was a pause if you WANNA use the word pause and hold I know there now there's a distinction between the two, , but there was also a pause on the Astra Zeneca program in the United States if they're also pause on the Johnson and Johnson Program in the United. States . then you're then you're now down to Pfizer and Madonna as the most promising. . The only other two that are even ongoing when you think about the time line for when these things become available, , it could become more challenged. . I I would. . I would wait until. . You know. . That's not like you to find the negative part of it, , but I mean I. . Came back. . It's not I hadn't realized I. Don't . know if you want. . I not. . Not a spinal thing like the other one I understand that. . Thousands of people in all these trials and you're talking about two cases that you don't even know we're going to result in Holt. . So it made push it out to ask what if the dates maybe bad possibly, , what possible what have you imagined that would have you imagined that the Astra Zeneca program would be running everywhere else in the in the world except the United States right now I I haven't thought realized that tried to mad and haven't tried Ed Needs is this means it's going to be the Astra Zeneca program to become available here at the United States in any kind of similar time. . That's the point. . For more on the news from Johnson and Johnson. . Let's bring in Dr Zeke Emanuel. . He of course, , the former White House health policy advisor under President Obama he's now vice provost of global initiatives at the university, , of Pennsylvania, , and he's currently an informal adviser to the Joe Biden campaign and the Covid nineteen and Vaccine Recommendations. . By the way he just co authored a research letter for the Journal of the American Medical Association comparing us, , covert fatalities to those of some larger OECD countries to talk about that in just a moment. . But Dr Manual let's start with this news from J. and J. Does this concern you? ? Well, , any time? ? There's a serious adverse event it has to concern you but I think as. . J. F. O. explained. . You know you have to let the process evolve you have to actually examine carefully what the? ? Situation is the adverse event is related to the vaccine or placebo. . Related to something else a pre existing condition, , and so those are exactly the kind of questions at. . Researchers will look at and try to uncover in the next few hours. . And then we'll find out more. . If it's in the you know arm with of the vaccine it does raise serious questions because you only have a few thousand people in the study like this one adverse event is serious especially when you're considering a vaccine that you're going to roll out to tens, , hundreds of millions of people maybe even billions of people. . So you know. . That's the that's the ultimate concern, , and this is actually standard process. . For every research study you get a serious adverse event, , you investigate it, , it happens all the time. . It's just the world's not always watching. . So closely to see what the developers are excited worth pointing out that the the CFO of Johnson and Johnson also pointed out, , they don't know any of these answers because they have turned it all over to independent investigators, , and that is what kind of beefs up the credibility issues around those. . The CFO himself has no idea even though this was thirty six hours ago whether this was in a placebo patients someone who actually received the vaccine will continue. . That they've been carefully collaborating with the NIH on this trial and you know that I also think should give the American public. . Some reassurance at this is going to be done thoroughly <hes> and to the highest scientific standards might detrimental. Let's . talk about that paper that you wrote. . You found that the United States did have higher death rates from Cova. . I think the big question is was that something that was taking place very early on in the pandemic and that has improved since then and what have you found? ? Tell us a little bit about your study. . So what we did is to take the United States mortality from it. . Compare it to eighteen. . Countries a high income countries like Japan and Australia Canada and Jeremy <hes>, , and also the countries that were hit very hard at the start Italy Spain, , France and other. . European countries. . And we looked at the whole period and compared to most countries <hes>. . We actually the United States has done poorly even if you include the early phase but if you exclude the early phase March and April when every <hes> many countries were overwhelmed especially places like Italy and Spain. . And you exclude them and then look say may after countries have experienced, , got their arms around how to manage this of virus. . I turns out the United States at extraordinarily bad even compared to places like Italy a we had <hes> from. . May Tenth. . To today <hes> roughly ninety thousand more deaths and we should have had we followed Italy scores ninety thousand Americans who died needlessly. . As I have pointed out before Italy didn't have anything special or different in terms of Treatment Vaccines Diagnostics compared to the United States, , what they have is better public health. . Implementation of the public health measures, , and that actually is a could could have saved tens of thousands of lives in the United States. . and. We . can see that when we compare our experience to those of other countries. . What are you talking about in terms of <hes> reactions? ? You mean people wearing masks, , you mean contact tracing do you mean testing that's put out? ? How much this you think falls on the healthcare system. . As a fault and how much of it rely falls on public policy reaction to it. . How much falls on just citizens following the rules well. . It's all of it, , but it's mainly the public health response in public policy. . It really is implementing those public health measures, , <hes> countrywide with fidelity. . And then slowly reopening. . So you do have to have social distancing you do have to have a trying not to go indoors. . You do have to have having crowds less than twenty. . You do have to have wearing face masks doing hand hygiene and focusing your testing and contact tracing capacity first of all, , building it up, , which we never did successfully in this country, , and then focusing it on hot spots because we know this virus breaks out. . A super spreading events it's not the usual person to person to person you know eighty to ninety percent of people will not pass this to anyone. . Ten percent to twenty percent of people 'cause eighty percent of the infection. . So you have to be able to identify them and quickly suppressed that we never built up that capacity the federal government under president trump punted it to the states and then states did very different. . Things had Florida right now as rapidly opened up restaurants and many other things and a lot of us are expecting super spreading situations in Florida. . We've seen. . Places that kind of ignored? ? This up and down the Midwest saying Oh it's not here. . Now having very high rates of cases <hes> we've had thirty one states that are going up and not down <hes>, , which is a very worrisome situation going into the fall and we're going to move inside. . It's going to much easier to pass this virus along. . And a lot of us are seriously worried about the consequences hazy I'm trying to do whether that was apples to apple. . So when in May in the United. . States. . We got we got a later start right <hes> in Europe and by May they're already seeing. . Progress over in Europe did you adjust I'm not sure whether you adjusted for that because we were right at the height. . Close to it in May still and and they were on the downside in. . Europe is. . Standardized that in a way or wrong on that or or because we were going to have a lot more. . A lot more deaths in in May than they would because they they were they got it a lot earlier there. . Then I have a follow up question to. . That is a super sophisticated question <hes> and you're one hundred percent, , right we started a week or two later than <hes> European countries like Italy France <hes>. . But if you make that adjustment, , it makes a slight difference not. . Difference Yeah. . So it's not it's not. . Our peak was in May and their peak was in the end of March early April. . In fact, our , peak was earlier in April. . and. . By, by , May tenth, , we should have gotten our arms around and then also in our paper, , we look at June seven and subsequently, , and even if you look at June seven, , we have tens of thousands of more debts that other countries like again the Netherlands France Spain. . Italy. . So we've done poorly, , and by the way our data collection goes through mid September. . So we've done poorly even with the August blip because of <hes> <hes> the. . Spring summer vacations in many European countries where we know people like Silvio Berlusconi in Italy partied and ignored <hes> all the recommendations and got cove it <hes>. . So we have done badly even after even if you include the fact that we got this about a week or two later compared to other countries that was a very good question typically on the <hes> high level statisticians or clinical researchers ask that kind of. . I don't with. . Feeling so good about myself. . All of a sudden the problems we've had here the number of cases the number of that's a number of hospitalizations was not inevitable. . It was a result of bad public health measures being implemented or not implemented as the case may be <hes>, , and you can see this repeatedly states seeming seeming to learn nothing like Florida rushing to open up restaurants bars when we should be slowly slowly be opening. . Detrimental very quickly. . It I guess we do have time for one more question how how much of an impact do you think a Americans healthiness versus other countries have how do we rate just in terms of underlying co morbidity is that might be there well, , it's a mixed bag for one thing our population skews younger than most European countries, , they have a much older population more people over sixty five. . And we know that older people tend to die from this disease unfortunately <hes> we have more co morbidity in terms of diabetes in terms of obesity, , but they have more Komo British in terms of lung problems because they have higher smoking rates in the United States <hes> Net Nan. . It probably comes out in the wash but <hes> we're going to have to do some more. . Rigorous Studies of the CO morbidity situation and the age distribution of the population. . But I don't think it's GonNa be tens of thousands of deaths. . It might be a few thousand maybe even ten thousand but the overwhelming response effect that about half of our deaths or unnecessary <hes> that's not gonNA come out because of small differences in co morbidity between our countries and their country. . Zeke thank you very much for your time. It's . really great talking to you. . Thank you very sophisticated questions this morning. .

"johnson johnson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"johnson johnson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The judges reduce Johnson Johnson's order in the opioid lawsuit by one hundred seven million dollars thirteen pharmaceutical companies and asked to delay the state's lawsuit accusing them of fraudulently marketing drugs that have fueled the opioid crisis Cleveland county district judge rejected the motion Friday ahead of the trial to start may twenty eighth attorneys for the drug companies say they need more time to prepare and they may appeal to the state Supreme Court several states have filed lawsuits against drug makers but Oklahoma was was the first set to go to trial Rhonda roster reporting trump is celebrating Friday's Wall Street records the president took time in an oval office of and Friday to mark the new records were very proud of what's happened there with our economy has a few months ago you were predicting a recession and perhaps some day they'll be a recession but we have a long way to go the consumers never been stronger the records were important threshold to the S. and P. above thirty one hundred for the first time by twenty points the Dow above twenty eight thousand by five the nasdaq is now it's eighty five forty one George runs on a reporting it also checked in to army Medical Center here in Washington yesterday for a brief check up says he needs to get out of the way before a vigorous session of campaigning in twenty twenty as the election gets near instinctive reasons the country's supreme leader is in support of the government's plan to raise gas prices by fifty percent because those are setting fire to public property in reaction floods back by the enemies of Iran yes I was prompted some major riots in the number of Iranian cities are you alarmed voice but with Bolivia's interim president find a way out of the country's political crisis all the world body expresses concern the situation could quote.

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"johnson johnson" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"johnson johnson" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Jansen and Johnson Johnson's misleading marketing and promotion of a fearless creating a sense judge that Baldwin ordered Johnson Johnson to pay the state five hundred and seventy two million dollars for misleading marketing for opioids the pharmaceutical company plans to appeal county health officials are revealing more sites in the valley where people may have been exposed to measles on Friday the Maricopa county health department announced a teenage international traveler visiting Arizona from August ninth to eleventh tested positive for measles the team was staying at the Arizona grand resort and also was a terminal two at sky harbor airport the night of the eleventh and today officials added more locations the team visited they are the Arizona mills mall including the harkens theater on August tenth eleventh and he the river arena in Glendale the night of August tenth health officials say people who were at those places on those days should watch out for symptoms usually appear seven to fourteen days after contact we could take as long as twenty one days president trump is playing up one of his golf clubs as a potential site for the next G. seven summit derail happens to be with in Miami it's a it's a wonderful place very very successful area of Florida a truck dismissed the question about whether he's trying to profit off his presidency and insisted that he has been losing money since entering the White House a look at your money the Dow gained two hundred and seventy points to twenty five eight ninety nine five fifty KFI ideas time for too with a check of east.

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