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"md university" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"Seven days the two journalists. Join me to talk about a story they have in the. The edition that's coming out today. in talking about this reported outbreak of Kobe nineteen cases in Manchester down in southern Vermont and turned out that that initial reports were were way overblown There were some apparently false positive tests that were happening now. At the end of the day it looks like there were what four or five. Cases Derek Brower in. I'm wondering. Does that? Is that a cause for for major concern at all or You know that in this one part of the of the Vermont of them posited that many real positives or is, is that sort of part of a part of the picture that we're all? We've all been living with for a while. Sorry, Dave you say that. Could you say that one more time for me I? Missed the for sure. I'm just trying to figure out the you know. The net result was there were actually not more than sixty positive cases, but more like four or five positive cases, and I'm trying to figure out you know. Obviously for the families involved in the P, the patients involved. Involved the that's terrible thing to get the covid nineteen virus, and if you're if you end up getting ill from it, really you know. My heart goes out to these people, but I'm trying to figure out. is even are even those numbers from one specific part of Vermont concerning in in the overall in the states, overall efforts to combat this thing. Yeah I think I. Think what emphasize. Dave is that this is a this was an extremely unusual situation in fact. Until this week I. Don't think you know. The state wasn't aware of this. Having occurred anywhere else. This is the antigen tests that it were issue here where? have only been you know on the markets inflate May and. I think the state is has since learned that there may be a similar sort of event and Maine that we don't know much information about, but this is you know more or less unprecedented occurrence here. Don't you know they're so they? The state was able to retest fifty two of the individuals who tested positive on the antigen tests, and only four of them turned out. positive on PC are in addition to that state and the local hospital. Southwestern Vermont medical centers. SORTA scrambled last week and set up a walk up. pop-up tests in the area more than sixteen hundred people showed up to get tested, which is quite a few I mean. Mean Manchester has you know about forty four hundred people there more in the area, but a large number of people went out to get tested and light of these this news and they only found one additional positive case out of the sixteen hundred people who got tested for total of five under a may be able to speak a little bit more about the context for this, but you know those those five cases are are are not Are Not. especially anonymous in given what we've been seeing in in the state, and not and not out of the norm. There were clearly a couple. True cases there, but but you know not that that level of cases is not something. The state even even defined as an outbreak based on based on what they learned about. You know how those people may have gotten infected, and and and their relation to each other. Right and. Andre, talking a little bit about that that same context question If you have in, say the northern part of Bennington County, which is where Manchester is you know four or five cases out of Out of I guess close seventeen hundred people being tested if you add up to sixteen, hundred and some and then the fifty two. I'm wondering Is Is this about what you would expect. Given the the current state of the pandemic in Vermont. yeah, well I mean I I am not to to be clear a you know a doctor or scientists so I. I'm not Sort of. I don't know sort of how to like project. What what I would expect, but we did you know we find that prior to last week, the state did last week release some testing data by county which had not before. and Bennington county was third from the lowest percentage by population of people tested so we to we did find that there. There may have been a a demand forecasting there. In Manchester you know the the. Town sits about thirty miles from three different hospitals, but but that is you know that's a bit of of a gap between Between you know kind of wanting to get a Cova test and driving thirty miles so there may have been some demand particularly because Manchester is also You know a a town, not is kind of a nation where you know I think there was some concern that that folks were coming for vacations from out of state or or to second homes Maybe coming from higher disease prevalence areas. That, that does not you know the IT. It does not seem that at that was sort of a really widespread. thing after after this additional testing the state has an updated those county testing numbers yet since last week, but but we do know that with the additional sixteen hundred tasks that that happened in Manchester there The Bennington County is is probably not as close to the bottom as it was. INSPIRED SPICY People tested. Well? Andrea, you said you were not a doctor or a scientist at the start of the so I'm GonNa. Go to a doctor and scientist right now. Kristie Woodrow to an MD University of Vermont. Medical Center Dr. Ward you order You take a stab at this question. I'm I'm trying to get to the bottom of here which is. if you find in a place like Bennington, county your. Let's say the northern part of Bennington, county, northern half or whatever? Five confirmed tests are five confirmed positive cases of corona virus. does that stand out as a particular hotspot in in the overall context of the state of Vermont right now or does that seem like it's Things are things are pretty quiet there in this regard, or how would you? How would you sort of characterize it in that way? Yes, so and I think all the discussion was completely accurate a. you know so far.
"md university" Discussed on WTVN
"Commissioner Jimmy Damore has tested positive for covert nineteen according to his attorneys attorneys for the sixty four year old have petitioned to Elton prison officials the federal prison in Ohio where two more years and then make urging them to release him to home confinement because of his susceptibility the former commissioner is serving a twenty eight year prison sentence after being convicted of more than thirty corruption related charges the Butler county general health district is currently investigating several cases of corona virus among my MD university students linked to social gatherings the off campus social gatherings were held in Oxford from may eighth through may sixteenth officials now contacting everyone they believe came in contact with infected individuals if you attended off campus social gatherings in the city at that time you should self monitor for a fever and other symptoms for fourteen days faces of worship in Ohio opening their doors this Sunday with new restrictions to stop spread of corona virus this week the diocese of Cleveland released a video saying masks must be worn from the time you leave your car if you pull down only to receive the Eucharist one man is apparently very grateful that his favorite restaurant has reopened the man his wife and three children had dinner Thursday night at amber Talian restaurant in chagrin falls their total bill a hundred seventeen eighty two a lot of us would probably leave a tip of maybe twenty five dollars maybe thirty for that tip on this check a thousand dollars the man wrote on the check welcome back split with all the huge tip was split between fifteen staff members Cleveland dot com says the man did not want any fanfare he just sign the slip left a.
"md university" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"To university with medical school MD university. Graduate MD at age twenty five real doctor, medical doctor, then went onto the Chicago. Michael Reese for three years attornal medicine. Then Medical College at Harvard Medical School. Danafarber cancers to practiced Medical College e purchasing cancer treatment using chemotherapy and other agents for three more years for certified than at Harvard went on for three more years trained in radiation, oncology, three, more years, board-certified, so nine years after medical school nine years of training. Triple board certified internal medicine Medical College radiation, oncology, the only Harvard trained, triple board, certified cancer, doctor, radiation, cancer, doctor, New York. And one of the few in the world, working at thirteen four Broadway, seeing patients with new cancers and recurrence cancers. And suspected cancers or what does that mean suspected cancers? Well, we see women with a lump in the breast or men with difficulty urinating high PSA, or people with a knowledgeable. The pancreas liver the kidney. This is the work we do primary cancer. That means where the cancer started or metastatic cancer. That means where the cancers traveled, we see people small cancers, large cancers receive people have had chemotherapy and radiation, and surgery, that just didn't work. And they wanna fresh second chance just wanted to go home and die. You see people have lung cancer who don't want to have their lung removed like several women. I spoke about today that came to me refusing, surgery, refusing to have radical surgery and yet wanted highly successful noninvasive treatment. This is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway, and thirtieth street in the heart of New York City, I in America with body radio surgery, I in America with noninvasive body radio, surgery, pinpoint treatment for cancers most anywhere in the body. With high success rates all outpatient, easy to tell you say, well what about a hospital? No. You don't need to be in the hospital hospitals are expensive. Recent study just came out and Wall Street Journal showed the costs are up to ten times, higher colonoscopy, outpatient two hundred dollars in the hospital, twenty five hundred dollars, even if the same doctor the same doctor doing the same thing in his office, two hundred Dr dollars in the hospital, two thousand five hundred why. Well, that's the way the Healthcare's finance. That's how hospitals build their big meccas and the president's get six point seven million dollars. And if you want to contribute to that, great, if you want your own doctor triple board certified come to thirty-four Broadway for cancer treatment or suspected cancer. This is what we do. We have lots of information to send to you can call us at two one two choices. If you want to one two to four. Six forty two thirty-seven even now and we'll send you information at no charge read salad anything. We're only giving away information of a better life at a better quality of.
"md university" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Welcome back to the radio surgery our. This is rob Redstone here with Dr Jill Liederman in the heart of New York City, or just a few steps from the radio surgery, New York cancer treatment center on Broadway and thirty eight th street. Dr Liederman the leading cancer expert. Treat prostate cancer noninvasive used a I in New York with Braxton brain radio, surgery and east. I in America, and in the western hemisphere, with body radio, surgery, you can also call Dr Liederman at two hundred choices for a free informative booklet and DVD. Hey, Dr Liederman or back, we are back stuck Liederman just introduce myself, which I didn't do this hour, because many people are talking on the radio. Sometimes we don't know what the heck they're talking about, or what they're credentials are, who they are where they came from. So I'd like to introduce myself I was born and raised in Waterloo. Iowa northeast Iowa middle of America farm country went to public school there to university medical school MD. University. Graduate MD at age twenty five real doctor medical doctor, then went onto yours Chicago, Michael Reese, for three years internal medicine than medical oncology, at Harvard Medical School. Danafarber cancers to practiced. Medical oncology, purchasing cancer treatment using chemotherapy and other agents for three more years for certified than at Harvard went on for three more years trained in radiation, oncology, three, more years, board-certified, so nine years after medical school nine years of training triple board, certified drill medicine, Medical College irradiation on college..
"md university" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Welcome back to the radio thirty hour. This is rob Redstone here with Dr Gilead Herman in the hearts of New York City or just a few steps from the radio surgery, New York cancer treatment center on Broadway, thirty eighth street. Dr Liederman, the leading cancer expert treats prostate cancer, noninvasive used a I in New York with fractionation brain radio surgery, and he's I in America and in the western hemisphere with body radio surgery. You can also call Dr Liederman at two inch ICES for free informative booklet and DVD. Hey, Dr Liederman were back. We are back stuck lead them and just introduce myself, which I didn't do this hour because many people are talking on the radio. Sometimes you don't know what the heck they're talking about or what they're credentials are who they are where the came from. So I'd like to introduce myself. I was born and raised in Waterloo, Iowa northeast, Iowa middle of America farm country went to public school there to university to medical school MD university. Graduate MD at age twenty five real doctor medical doctor, then went onto yours Chicago, Michael Reese for three years turtle medicine. Than Medical College. Harvard Medical School danafarber cancers to practiced Medical College purchasing cancer treatment using chemotherapy and other agents for three more years for certified than at Harvard. Went on for three more years trained in radiation. Oncology three more years board-certified so nine years after medical school nine years of training, triple board certified interim medicine, Medical College radiation, oncology, the only Harvard trained triple board, certified cancer, doctor radiation, kids, doctored, New York and one of the few in the world, working thirty four Broadway. Seeing patients with new cancers and recurrence cancers and suspected cancer. So what does that mean suspected cancers where we see women with a lump of the breast or with difficulty urinating or high PSA or people with Najah? In the pancreas liver the kidney, this is the work. We do primary cancer. That means where the cancer started or metastatic cancer. That means where the cancers traveled, we see people small cancers large cancers, you see people had chemo therapy and radiation and surgery that just didn't work, and they wanna fresh second chance just wanna go home and die. She people have lung cancer one of their long removed like several women. I spoke about today that. Came to me,.
"md university" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It was a nice afternoon yesterday. It was it was a very nice afternoon. The sun. It was really really was great temperate. And but we all knew this was coming to which I think is not without warning in inflated our value of yesterday a little bit of the exact while I was. Doing the minimal show prep that I do obviously could stop the underground hang out Billy goat and was talking to one of the busboys there. And I said. Nobody is going to go to that cubs game on Sunday. I said, it's you know, the when the game starts it's going to be forecast. Temperatures thirty five degrees. So that means a wind chill is going to take it to twenty five. And then I looked at the forecast to and it showed eight one hundred percent chance of snow at the one twenty game time, and I'm really surprised. They haven't called the. Yeah. I'm a monitoring the situation here. The the only thing is that the the angels don't come back down. That's yeah. So usually they'll wait as long as they possibly can to to to call those games off. Although with the forecast way, it is you know, that that's still might be the case. But why would you schedule these one and done kind of teams this early in the season when you know, you've got weather issues going on. No, that's the question. I've been asking myself ever since I got involved in baseball. Because a scheduling never really makes a whole lot of sense. Because why would you open up games in March and April in Chicago, right and Cleveland in Detroit with you know, cities dumps or or play nineteen. Yeah. At this time and the answer that I keep getting is that it's scheduled imbalanced. Because if you put say the White Sox and the cubs on the road for the first two weeks their home openers late, and then they get home games at the end of the season. When maybe Saint Louis, maybe Detroit, don't so they try to make it. So that you can play X amount of rogue games X games early. So that there's notice berry later when a team maybe going for a division, and they're beginning all these home games because they had opened up on the road. Then wasn't it last season that there were numerous game? So through the mid west and east of were cancelled the White Sox had four almost four up. They would have to make them up. You know at some point. I mean, you remember almost a year ago at this time the White Sox were in Kansas City. They got they got frozen out of a Sunday. Right. They played a Monday game in Minneapolis. And then the Tuesday Wednesday Thursday games, we're all being because of eight inches of snow inches of snow, right? Yeah. So it doesn't make a lot of sense. But you can't give the advantage early season to all these warm weather teams. And also the teams that play in domes, and you can't play the season starting any later with with the way that the schedules configured hundred sixty two games without playing a World Series game. You know in November. Now, I and I get that. But it's like it to me the fact that you have the angels are here in Chicago as a lot of sense. Yeah. Why aren't you know? Why aren't we there now? Yeah. That's a good point. I mean, it may play the series a little bit later on because that's what happens now because when they went to the unbalanced schedule many many years ago, you know, the teams from the if you're in the central division like the cubs, and the White Sox are if you if you played the, you know, the east and the west you're only seeing these teams one time at your place at one time at their place as opposed to the divisions games when we're visiting to city three times, and they're coming to us two times, the Pentagon how many teams in your division back in back in the early days that I can remember it was. Always kind of an equals situation you'd play the Mets twice in New York. And they'd come here. Twice a how how much better would that be to be able to say, okay. Well, we don't have to sit here and wait all day because the Mets are coming back. Right. Right. I mean, we don't have to have the clock ticking on whether correct the game called or not right? So you know, I'll I'll petition to be the Commissioner of baseball. When I Commissioner, I saw John Williams. Yeah. When I'm king for Commissioner. I will I will instant reinstitute the the balanced scheduled. I'm all right. I'm for you. I'm going for you. Thank you, by the way, in the sports gas for that was just for you mentioning you MD university of Minnesota Duluth. How about it? Kind of got my bulldog Repin northern Minnesota where my dad's from and back to back NC double A frozen four championships. And this was the third consecutive year. They were in the championship. It's pretty impressive. They're gold center has seven shutouts now. Yes, it's pretty amazing. And I mean, you mass that it's a relatively new program. And it wasn't that long ago. They had a five win season which tells you how far that program has come. But obviously three to nothing shutout the the BULLDOGS they had been there before and that I think that was kind of the difference. I think you mass only got eighteen shots on goal for the entire game. But the great victory for Minnesota. Duluth dilute, dilute and. Okay. Good. We're all going to do the northern Minnesota. As now, but just a great victory for them. And for all of my relatives up north. That's that's just fantastic. And even got a text from my buddy, Matt who was at the tournament, and it's just got into seven twenty territory on his way back. So thanks for listening. Didn't see despite the warnings. I did not see the hordes of Star Wars convention. Yes. I see many either I was told about some of them that were, you know, walking down in the south loop kind of thing. But I didn't see any either come to think of it. But you know, we're talking like seventy thousand people and all that and I have to admit after the first three movies. I kinda tuned out of it. So I'm not really into the whole saga. I can do you one better. Yeah. I saw the first one. Yeah. And that was him. This story of my Star Wars viewing while I do remember when they re released that first one I took my daughters who were then young to go see it at the theater and their response was how cheesy all the graphics. Oh, man. How far the technology has come. Same time that was pretty much the movie that started a lot of the ball rolling on the special effects at Lucasfilm and Lucasfilm. Yeah. That became the Premo technology division. But so I I guess they're around these folks. But the I haven't seen any light sabers going on for anything like that. You mentioned Andy the masters to which I know that they've I don't recall an a final Sunday the plane threesome. Yeah. This is rare. I believe this is the first time in the in the final round of the also use utilizing both the first and the tenth t- they're expecting whether they're at about two o'clock our time. So they moved the t- times up. There's golfers out on the course, right now Tiger Woods and the leader group will go out in about own about an hour or so from from right now and their hope is to get the round in its completion today. Day, and they want to account for in case, there's a playoff they want to get it all done today. So they don't come back tomorrow. Well, I mean, I I used to play golf a lot and primarily when I was down in Springfield because you had like ten degrees. Warmer temperatures down. There was a little cheaper down there to say, but I rarely watch golf tournaments now. But this is almost like a must watch kind of tournament because of presents of of, you know, the the history to it the fact that you know, they've run out of green spray paint down there. Augusta to make the place his look so beautiful. And it tells you it's spring it's Easter, and I think, you know, hopefully, they'll be a little bit of sunshine there when you turn on the TV. So it reminds you what is going to come ahead on daylight today. Of course, today a little extra significance, those that are just casual golf fans because Tiger Woods is lurking. See is everywhere in the Sunday. Right. You got to believe that two shots back. Yeah. And. I mean, that's that's all you need to walk right there. So very very exciting things to come. Well, Dave's here to keep us up to date on all the news. And he has the latest sports producer row is in for Cassara today..
"md university" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Welcome back to the radio surgery. Our this is rob Redstone here with Dr Jill Liederman and hearts of New York City or just a few steps from the radio surgery, New York cancer treatment center on Broadway and thirty eight th street, Dr Liederman the leading cancer expert, treat prostate cancer, not invasive used a I in New York with needed brain radio surgery. And he's the first in America and in the western hemisphere with body radio surgery. You can also call Dr Liederman at two hundred choices for a free informative booklet and DVD. Hey, Dr Liederman were back. We are back stuck lead them and just introduce myself, which I didn't do this hour. Because many people are talking on the radio, and sometimes we don't know what the heck they're talking about or what they're credentials are who they are where they came from. So like to introduce myself. I was born and raised in Waterloo, Iowa northeast, Iowa middle America farm country went to public school. There went to university with to medical school MD university. Graduate MD at age twenty five real doctor medical doctor, then went onto yours Chicago, Michael Reese for three years turtle medicine. Then Medical College at Harvard Medical School. Danafarber cancers to practiced medical oncology, purchasing cancer treatment using chemotherapy and other agents for three more years for certified than at Harvard. Went on for three more years trend in radiation. Oncology three more years board-certified so nine years after medical school nine years of training, triple board, certified internal medicine Medical College irradiation college, the only Harvard trained, triple board, certified cancer, doctor radiation, cancer, doctor, New York, and one of the few in the world working at thirteen four Broadway. Seeing patients with new cancers and recurrent cancers and suspected cancers or what does that mean suspected cancers where we see women with a lump of the breast or men with difficulty urinating or high PSA or people with a knowledgeable in. The pancreas liver the kidney, this is the work. We do primary cancer. That means where the cancer started or metastatic cancer. That means where the cancers traveled, we see people, a small cancers large cancers received people who've had chemotherapy and radiation and surgery that just didn't work, and they wanna fresh second chance just wanna go home and die. See people have lung cancer who don't want have their lung removed like several women. I spoke about today that came to.
"md university" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"With to medical school MD. University. Graduate MD at age twenty five real doctor medical doctor, then went onto the university of Chicago, Michael Reese for three years internal medicine, then medical oncology at Harvard Medical School. Dana Farber cancer, stewed practiced. Medical oncology, purchasing cancer treatment using chemotherapy another agents for three more years port certified then at Harvard went on for three more years trend in radiation. Oncology three more years board-certified so nine years after medical school nine years of training, triple board, certified internal medicine Medical College. He radiation oncology. The only Harvard trained triple board, certified cancer, doctor radiation, cancer, doctor, New York, and one of the few in the world working at thirteen four Broadway seeing patients with new cancers and recurrence cancers and suspected cancer. So what does that mean suspected cancers while we see women with a lump of the breast or men with difficulty urinating or high PSA or people with a knowledgeable in the pancreas liver. The kidney this is the work. We do primary cancer. That means where the cancer started or metastatic cancer. That means where the cancers traveled, we see people a small cancers large cancers, you see people have had chemotherapy and radiation and surgery that just didn't work, and they wanna fresh second chance wanted to go home and die. You see people have lung cancer who don't want to have their long removed like several women. I spoke about today that came to me refusing surgery refusing to have radical surgery, and yet wanted highly successful noninvasive treatment, this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway. Broadway in thirty eight th street in the heart of New York City. I in America with body radio surgery. I in America with noninvasive body radio surgery pinpoint treatment for cancers most anywhere in the body with high success rates, all outpatient easy to tell. Well, what about a hospital? No, you don't need to be in a hospital hospitals are expensive. Recent study just came out and Wall Street Journal showed the costs are up to ten times higher colonoscopy and.
"md university" Discussed on This Week in Science
"So this is scribe. Oh, this is this is described as having been very surprised by this binding the first surprise, and then they go on to tell you that they were surprised the first surprise. This is quoting voice. If you can't tell shifted the first surprise. You can kind of identify these different buckets that people fit into. And then the fact that the bucket seem to have some impact on how you respond to the virus and how sick you get was also interesting is Ronald Turner, MD university, Virginia school medicine. There were affects on virus load and how much virus you shed in your nasal secretions. The background microbiome background bacterial pattern in your nose had influences on the way that you reacted to the virus in how sick you got? Well, sort of because they're going to take that right away. So. The nasal neighborhood of microorganisms are not the cause of any of these colts. The colds themselves were caused by cold virus that the volunteers voluntarily took after they've made microbiome was checked. Oh, yeah, I I would not sign up to get a cold, right? You kind of have to be in the right the right place in your. Week, live. Actually, I got college, Audrey, it'll hard up for some beer money. Maybe. I don't know how you really choose it, but you know if somebody says it's recites, I think I'd do it anyway, so so maybe it's because your colds aren't as severe as mine are. And so you wouldn't mind as much so your your nose bacteria's different than mine. But but it does that mean that we would be affected by Colt differently according to this? Yes. So what we're boarding is an association. So it's entirely possible that the fact that you have a staff, they have staffing your nose and they have more sentences not directly related. It may will be. There's some underlying host Ristic that makes you likely to have staffing knows that also makes you more likely to become ill correlation. They, they didn't have it drill down. So. What do they do next? They give an antibiotic. They give. So they had one hundred fifty two participants at all. So this isn't even a small group of people who ran hand. People people who were like, I don't need to do anything this week. Yeah. So they tested the nasal microbiomes before giving the cold to give him the cold and and then they gave people probiotics. So they found that after getting the probiotics, the changes that they saw were none. Not a note me type attics. They were wiping them clean or they were. They were adding bacteria right question. If it was a terrible question, I would have told you it was a terrible question to just to be fair, but that was a great question because that's what they propose doing next. The probiotics didn't have any effect really even on the gut microbe because they didn't wipe. It didn't change the nasal microbiome at all. Didn't change symptoms and ginger, no difference. But they do postulate that they need to redo the study where they do. Do use antibiotics, it's just tougher to do because they don't know, even scientists doing research, don't like to give people antibiotics because of the day and age we live in, but they're saying like, yeah, that's the next step to start with antibiotics, do the cold and see if that same. Today's, yes, if that changes and that you get a different result from there. And so. Yeah, I'm just going to say I'm not surprised about the probiotics, not having an effect. However, because there are have been lots of studies recently that have kind of suggested that probiotics don't work. So..
"md university" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Tonight in sioux falls south dakota jay ritchie alongside dave toler second first period intermission is presented by i command financial services coaching those who serve and their pursuit of financial security the first period is over and it couldn't have ended fast enough for the air force hockey team as unit you md university of minnesota duluth bulldogs jumped all over air force they've got to nothing lead falcons took three penalties in that first period they did not get a shot or legitimate shot on goal and as i said at the end of the period it's they're fortunate it's only a two nothing hockey game we're joined by air force athletic director jim nolte jim did you kind of see it that way too fortunately wow yep that was what i would call not getting off the bus fast enough you know what they just jumped us they were all over us and you know what i think that coach saratoga will settle down in the locker room you know it's one of those one of those things where last night the bounces went our way and tonight whether it was the penalties whether it was the goalie interference that that first goal really was questionable at least a couple of times i got to watch it and so you know what to down to down after a period there's plenty of hockey left to go and i know frank will get these guys fired up the next period duluth was in a game in which they were down to nothing they came back and won it absolutely it's not over till it's over and i liked the way our falcons have been playing last night was just a great example of falcon hockey and tonight it's one of those things it just didn't bounce our way in the first period and i know you know no one's gonna get down these guys have been down before and they're going to come up with a vengeance in that second period we're hearing sioux falls south dakota denny sanford premier center beautiful facility north dakota the host school for this event your impression so far they have done a great job it's been magnificent every every single piece of it and i've been talking a lot of the hockey hockey experts around over the last couple of days and you know the place was packed yesterday all day seventy five hundred people and and.
"md university" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"To on the road if they can score mattie i mean they've got a score like you can say well they can't score all the time she go no i mean down the stretch now there's eight games left there may be a two one win in their hopefully maybe a one nothing but again they gotta they gotta get to three and today they got the three and regulation and then the big four in overtime but they have to score it's such a difference isn't it it makes the game easier you don't have to score eight like they did against las vegas you get to three to give yourself a chance look at the way they play when they got the lead like they were team on fire they were obsessed they were all over the benjamins penguins had their heads down turning pucks over this team still has that personality where you know when you think of the losses it's not like they blow lead smelly too and they lost i mean they usually lose by getting behind early and just can't catch up but when they're when they're there then they can compete in many many times win before we get to highlights of this game let's mentioned some college finals earlier today notre dame and overtime beat michigan tech four to three air force upsets number one saint cloud state four to one did i say notre dame beat michigan tech four two one four to three overtime four to one air force over saint cloud state providence shuts out clark's in one and your alma mater has forced overtime whoa to to going to the extra session you md university of minnesota duluth against minnesota state winner goes on the loser goes home we'll see we get a final before we go off the air so let's check out some highlights what was one of the keys to the game the keys to the game was style i don't know maybe not fall behind early that's why i thought what happened oh no they did scored on early so that wasn't okay it was one of the keys to the game pittsburgh at other ideas schultz playing in his four hundred national hockey league game shock rebound score with the shot from the point it was tipped by crosby any grabbed the rebound and put it home and that gave pittsburgh the one nothing lead at two twenty nine on crosby's twenty fifth goal of the season jamie alexia.
"md university" Discussed on MicrobeWorld Video
"Today we're coming to you from asm. Mike grow twenty seventeen in new orleans louisiana and we are in the poster and exhibit space to being warehouse like space. There are lots of exhibits here. People talking and milling around. And that's why the noise level is a little higher than usual but as very ortega would say just deal with it. I'm happy to have the entire twin crew with me today. You can tell this microbiology meeting the microbiologists here and let me tell you who they are. All the way on the left the air michael schmidt. Hello everyone welcome the door onze. Having a great time we have an audience to that. Vincent has an acknowledged so so salo everyone by what there will be out of time. All right next to michael elio shack third is then you said nice. Zeal in vivo in vivo. next to elio michel swanson. Hello i'd also like to say hello to johannesen a former member of the twin team. Who come up mrs. But now we have a very special guest today. He is not an astronaut. We had an astronaut yesterday but this man is tied to earth. He is a bloomberg distinguished professor chair of molecular microbiology and immunology and infectious diseases at johns hopkins bloomberg school of public health and johns hopkins. School of medicine are touro cassidy Welcome thank you. Vincent have everyone. This is your second appearance on him. I don't know if you remember. Yeah four or five years ago. We're talking about bio defenseman rank but we were talking about Biotic resistance and it was. I think in it. Yeah i remember so When you are in new york for many years did you know bloomberg at the time. Is that why you have this chair. No it's bloomberg made a very generous gift to the university that allowed them to recruit Fifty professors and one of them. So you've been there about two years. Now it's twenty five years and then i know before that you were at albert. Einstein was Most of my professional life albert einstein college of medicine a wonderful place that i miss very much. I miss the. I miss new york. We miss you and tell us What are you were you were before. I think he spent a lot of time in new york right right. So prior to that i did my residency Bellevue hospital. i'm prior to that He did My md university. Prior to that. I went to the only school that ford which was city university queens college free under time not anymore not anymore. City university north. Sure it can get educated nowadays so how far back we go. What about before that. I went to high school in a story. And before that Jahre in in dayton ohio on the floor that you're in cuba cuba and that's as far back as we. I don't know how much further you're gonna ask them how he got his original microbiome during birth. Why not have you been back to cuba. No haven't been back since i left and you might not be able to. I don't know. I don't wanna tempt it so When you you did an mvp hd's right. Well we working on so. I was very interested in physical chemistry. So i trained in fay jr we warped on using light scattering to understand how the package woman's viruses. Hi nice with lauren day. He is retired now but he's been terrific war on on d- system and in fact the structure around thirteen how the dna spot and all that worked out a lot of still bay up to date questions as a post. Doc wanted you work on my for my bose talk. I went to einstein. And there. I worked with matthew on On genius now are has a really nice Record of publications in science of course. But we're going to talk about that today. Because the other thing he does write about is all about science policy A number of years ago on twitter we talked about his papers he wrote with ferric fang on how to fix the problems with science. And if you and you you have to look at his His papers on pubmed because they're full of very similar publications and so. I picked four that i wanted to touch on today. I don't know if we'll get to all four but he told me he's read them all just this morning so he's up. I always in it so we have four of them. They're all really interesting. And the first one is Called the pathogenic potential of a microbe. Now let me understand this. This is the pathogenic potentials is meant to replace virulent measurements. Is that right well. It's a way of comparing it Very lacy say roy is a measure be always measure relative to something. You mentioned a relative to strain to a knockout. He doesn't have an absolute number. This is a formulation that allows you to come up with a number that you can compare across species viruses bacteria protozoa and it. Actually i think it works. You think it works. Yeah i think it works like everything all knowledge and sciences provisional so at least it worked to now now been thinking about this for a long time because obviously you're just thinking about it for a long time we in the early late ninety s and early zero a lower lizanne prosekey to develop some difficulty damaged response framework one of the tenets of it is you should focus on the author of the interaction. People like people called microbes passages commensurable symbionese. And i think that when they do that they give it a trait that he's not wrong. One cannot have a pathogen independent on sept to will host so the idea here was to be able to come up with a mathematical.