35 Burst results for "Medical Director"

Justice Douglas Manipulated Facts in Griswold v. Connecticut

Mark Levin

01:26 min | 7 months ago

Justice Douglas Manipulated Facts in Griswold v. Connecticut

"But let's continue here with our train of thought So William Douglas justice Douglas decision not only found a right of privacy in penumbras and emanations He had to manipulate the facts in the case In griswold versus Connecticut And so all those people waving around griswold are waving around a lie and they're perfectly happy with doing it Susan Collins Lisa Murkowski among them Estelle griswold was the executive director of Planned Parenthood league of Connecticut And doctor C Lee buxton the group's medical director gave information and prescribed birth control to a married couple Griswold and buxton not the married couple were later convicted and find a $100 each So in other words the couple that use the contraceptives they were charged with anything You're free to use the contraceptives But under Connecticut law it's the people who distributed them They were not allowed to distribute them The relationship issue then was doctor patient not husband wife Yet Douglas framed his opinion around a presumed right to marital privacy It had nothing to do with marital privacy It had to do with who is licensed to sell these products 60 some years ago

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As omicron spreads, Europe scrambles to shore up health care

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 11 months ago

As omicron spreads, Europe scrambles to shore up health care

"The the issues issues across across Europe Europe the the scrambling scrambling to to prop prop up up health health systems systems straight straight by by stock stock shortages shortages label label new new highly highly transmissible transmissible only only chrome chrome variant variant of of the the coronavirus coronavirus troops troops to to be be deployed deployed to to London London hospitals hospitals health health care care workers workers infected infected with with Kobe Kobe nineteen nineteen a a treating treating patients patients in in France France the the Netherlands Netherlands is is on on to to a a lockdown lockdown and and ten ten to to two two field field hospitals hospitals have have gone gone up up in in Sicily Sicily the the medical medical director director of of Britain's Britain's National National Health Health Service Service says says the the wave wave of of infections infections crashing crashing over over the the continent continent as as overcome overcome spreads spreads means means more more patients patients to to treat treat the the fewest fewest off off to to treat treat them them the the head head of of a a hospital hospital doctors doctors association association in in Naples Naples Italy Italy says says the the situation situation is is critical critical much much worse worse than than what what it it appears appears I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor that's that's my my

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"medical director" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"medical director" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Need it. Yeah and and jeff you know the point of continuous monitoring. You know this is a i think the difficult but simple innovation right so talk to us about what you guys do. That's different and better than what's available today. Yeah so. I mean. I think when you think about standard care for most people now for ten diabetes or or really for any condition. You know what you're thinking about is typically sort of standard episodic care so like i mentioned you know my days as a primary care. Physician would be expected that you see the the doctor in person for maybe ten or fifteen minutes every few months. If you're lucky and then you have kind of a list of things to do like add this medication. She's a dietitian. Try to maybe make some diet changes. The dietitian gives you a handout and wishes you well and so you know. In between those episodes of care people are really kind of on their own right so they're trying to fend for themselves. They're trying to figure out what to eat on a daily basis when to take their meds all of that and so what we really i think do differently is that we're able to work with a patient on a daily basis really to be able to implement these changes and so you know when someone enrolls with our team. They're assigned a personal health coach. And this whole coach is working with them closely on know what a way each. What do i do when i go out to a restaurant. A what. Can i do to avoid those donuts in the break room at work or during kobe. It's more you know. What foods can i stock up on or you know other things during this tough time and so people are getting that kind of support on a daily basis. They're text messaging their question that pop into their mind rather than waiting for that ten minutes. Is it with the dock. Where you gotta ask everything or you know pets. Your that's your window and you've lost it and then you've got the so you've got the support from the coach but then you know. In addition as i mentioned because people are rapidly improving their glucose you need to have the medical supervision to be able to safely remove medications when needed so if somebody all of a sudden. Isn't eating a whole bunch of sugar. Their blood glucose is going to go down. And if they're still taking insulin you have to have a doctor there to reduce or remove the influence or they could have dangerous. Low blood sugar. So we're monitoring at all times. People are logging. Their values were looking at the trajectory of the changes. And then again sort of proactively working to say okay. Well your glucose is looking great today. It's one twenty today. It was to forty yesterday. Let's go ahead and cut your insulin. From thirty units to twenty minutes and so dot kind of feedback again is great for patient. They see that their hard work pays off pretty quickly and then it also allows us to intervene when they might be struggling or a you know some sort of a life event comes up or just just anything that might get in the way of their long term success but they don't have to wait for that six months visit to backslide and then try to restart again. Yeah that's excellent and you know this. Continuous care with the coach. Seems really interesting. And so is there are also layered accountability where they have to share what they're eating and quantities and all that stuff you highlight more there. Yeah so you know again. We give people a sort of an overarching plan of personal habits carbohydrate research until we know that reducing the amount of carbohydrates. Somebody's they have. Diabetes is really beneficial for their blood sugar. So you know. People are giving some kind of general guidance around avoid this food you know. Don't drink a coke maybe try this instead. And then they're logging democracy. They're testing their blood sending those values to us. And then we're using those values to help troubleshoot so people aren't having to do an exhaustive food journal of everything they eat in the day. Because we're seeing actually what the numbers do now. If someone struggling sometimes we will really died in and have them do an in depth food journal or start to dive into things like sleep or stress or exercise or things like that but one thing. That's pretty nice for patients that they're not so laser focused on every calorie every piece of food. They're eating it's more of this kind of framework that they're using and then again the result help us to dial in what they might need to change. Love it and you're really affecting these numbers really. You're looking at a one c right. Bring it down to a point where diabetes eventually goes away exactly. Yeah i mean in so in our clinical trial and then we've also released some of our data from our commercial partners. What we see in general is usually about sixty percent of patients that are working with our team are in diabetes reversal category. So they basically bring their ailing see below six point five to blow that diabetes threshold and in addition there are no longer on the diabetes medications. And we'll get sort of averages across the population it's usually about a one to one point. Three point drop in hemoglobin. Anyone see but again with the interesting thing is that that's happening with on average about fifty to sixty percent reduction in the med. That they're on so amazing. Great for patients. Obviously also great for the payers because those meds can be pretty expensive. Oh my gosh yeah. It's a huge cost to people to the payer to the society. And so i mean just incredible work and something like this doesn't just get put together or without any issues or in a setbacks and we tend to learn more from those what would you say. Jeff is one of the key setbacks. You guys had that you learn so much from that's made you guys better right and you and having listened to the podcast. I share probably with a lot of your guests and not surprisingly that co bid had been a you know a big big change. initially a really big setback. So you know. Basically at the time before covert hit the our company was really poised for rapid growth. You know hiring a bunch of people planning on rapid expansions and more patient volume and then when it became very clear that code was going to be a serious situation everything kind of paused right so they are deals that were in contracting and just about to be signed basically went dormant or folks stop responding new sales deal some talking to hr leader talking to chief medical officers. Everybody basically said we're hunkering down. We have to figure things out before. We're going to expand or take on any sort of a new diabetes solution for our patients. So you know that was a big disruption.

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Case of 76 Who Died of COVID-19 in Veterans Home, Lands in Court

Red Eye Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Case of 76 Who Died of COVID-19 in Veterans Home, Lands in Court

"At a Massachusetts veterans home are trying to get criminal charges against them. Dismissed after a deadly covid outbreak last year. Lawyers for Holyoke soldiers Home Superintendent Bennett Walsh and former medical director Dr David Clinton argued the state had managed burden of proof. Prosecutors had argued the decision by Walsh and Clinton to cram residents who tested positive for Covid 19 with residents who didn't was negligent. But they claim they're being scapegoated by the state and Walsh's lawyer says his client early alert to the state led to the deployment of the National Guard and help save lives. 76 veterans died in the home at the beginning of the pandemic last March. The judge didn't issue a ruling. Another court date is set for October. Rob

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Are Unvaccinated Migrants to Blame for Recent COVID Spikes?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Are Unvaccinated Migrants to Blame for Recent COVID Spikes?

"I work in a medium with a whole bunch of smart people. I've known the great one as he's affectionately called mark levin for years mark last night was on fox. News asked a great question. A terrific question. A with with all the cdc guidance about masks about mandatory vaccines about all of it. What are you doing about the illegals. Here's mark. I have a question. For the cdc busy issuing all kinds of orders to american citizens vaccinated citizens are supposed to wear masks. Don't you understand when you tell people that they're not going to get vaccinated on the one hand you say hurry up and get vaccinated on the other hand we're gonna treat you as if you're not vaccinated that's not science that's stupidity and we've had a lot of stupidity at a federal scientists and medical directors over the course of the last eighteen months but you wanna know big stupidity. We've an open southern border. People are pouring into this country so fast we don't know how many covert cases among migrants and the rio grande valley sector surge. Nine hundred percent of the border numbers. Continue to rise. We don't know how many illegal aliens have it. We know they're not tested. We know they're poor. They're coming from poorer countries that they don't have access to vaccines. Maybe that's the problem. Maybe because our southern border is open by design people coming across the border situation. We're being overwhelmed. You look at the red map. The cdc director puts out there. What do you see. The southeastern united states is getting hit. Hardest southern california's getting hit hardest. How come they're not getting hit in north carolina. North dakota how come. They're not getting hit on the northern border the way they are on the southern border. Well we have some ideas about this. Don't we now the. Cdc is so out of control that it ordered not long ago landlords not to raise rates or to to remove tenants and a federal court. Said you're the. Cdc you don't have the power to do that. Hey cdc joe by never question for you for health purposes cdc. Why don't you issue orders to secure the southern border so we can make sure people who are coming across. Don't have the virus and aren't spreading in the united

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Dallas Doctors Encourage Vaccination as Concerns Over Delta Variant Grow

Ernie Brown

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas Doctors Encourage Vaccination as Concerns Over Delta Variant Grow

"DFW are doubling down on their call for residents to get the Covid 19 vaccine. For months, medical experts have promoted the covid shot. But now more urgency is the delta variants spreads in North Texas, a more contagious strain of the virus. It's just one more. Reminder of how important public health is. Dallas County Medical Director Phil Wang says the majority of the covid patients currently hospitalized India W aren't vaccinated because many, though, have had their shots. Doctors don't believe hospitals will be overrun but are still strongly pushing the vaccine.

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"medical director" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"medical director" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Number said thirty to forty percent. What was the number before. Code ale is definitely a minority of people would say less than ten percents. it was definitely more rural to urban. But when right before kobe head i'd also started started on the role of. Hey let's now that we've sort of done telemedicine. Let's start incorporating more of these technologies that have been out there. And let's see what we can afford and b rollout within our company so we started looking at some of our goals and started looking at you know startups that were sort of in that space. Able to deliver those through the great. That's really great. It just you. you're gravitating toward right. You know we figured out telemedicine were. We've incorporated it and that helped you guys in a big way with. I mean now. Thirty to forty percent of of your patients Being cared for that way year foresight really helped both the practice. I'm sure and patients wanting the care. Would you say what would you say when this is over. I mean do you feel that mix is going to change or do you feel like this is a transformation that is going to stick. I think we were always down going down the road. I think herodotus is the steroid that practice there so. I don't think we're going to go back to business as usual. Thank we sort of been evolving from the thing where healthcare was all about okay. I got my clinic opened. Now you come to me Where now it's changing and were meeting shower. And i think that's the most important lesson that i've been sort.

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How To Get Your Health Back On Track with Dr. Elizabeth Boham

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:36 min | 1 year ago

How To Get Your Health Back On Track with Dr. Elizabeth Boham

"Today we're gonna talk about malnutrition which you might think is a problem for the developing world but it turns out that almost every american is malnourished. One way or the other. And we're gonna talk about why we're talking about how to diagnose it and what to do about it. And why is such a big factor in so many underlying health conditions and often missed by traditional medicine. We're gonna take a functional medicine perspective on this today. In our special episode of doctors pharmacy called housecall and again. I welcome back dr liz with boheme my colleague and friend on the medical director kilter wellness center starting physician in ardiden md. I physiology cheese. Incredible a team member in our team and faculty of the institute Medicine and does so much to banfield of nutrition science and functional medicine around the world. So welcome back. Liz thank you mark. It's great to be with you okay. So we think of malnutrition. We went to medical school. We learned all about it right. We learn about kwashiorkor and marasmus and zero valmy and ricketts barre barre pellagra and all these frigging diseases. That we don't really see in the west that are really increasingly rare because of improved access to food nutrition. And so we kinda have pretty much. Got that as our understanding of malnutrition and we were told. Basically food provides all the nutrients you need. You don't need vitamins and supplements makes expensive urine and we should just not follow on that track and study after study comes out showing how this interventional trial with omega three or four later this that doesn't work And and so the consumers wondering what's going on because it's clear that are is depleted and that people are eating a lot of crap and that thought a poor nutrition going on but but is there really a pandemic of malnutrition which can show up in someone who's thin or someone who was extremely overweight so Talk about what the state of our nutrition. Malnutrition is in america today and why we should all be concerned about being malnourished and what that means for our rural health you know so win were malnourished means. Were not getting the proper nutrients that we need for our body to function properly. And there's so many that's like our vitamins minerals fighter nutrients even our protein are healthy fats. And you're absolutely right. We see of under nutrition. Malnutrition in people who are underweight but also in people who are overweight and that's called obesity malnutrition and unfortunately it's more and more prevalent not just in the united states but worldwide

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Seattle Children’s Knew for Years Security Was Called Disproportionately on Black Patients

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Seattle Children’s Knew for Years Security Was Called Disproportionately on Black Patients

"Seattle Children's Hospital are more than twice as likely. Have security called to their rooms. If they're black, it's a racial divide in the use of what Children's calls Code purple more from comas. Corwin take Seattle Children. Staff members invoke Code purple if they need a security guard to report to a patient's room in response to unsafe or threatening behavior, either by the patient or often by a parent. A Seattle Times investigation finds Code purple is invoked more than twice as often for black patients than for white patients. It's a form of institutional racism. That in part, led to the resignation of Dr Ben Danielson as medical director of the Odessa Brown Children's Clinic, part of the Seattle Children's System, Danielson tells KCTS Seattle Children's own assessment revealed the disparity a decade ago, finding that security was just proportionately called on families based on the color of their skin. 10 years ago and then sitting on that there's a tacit acceptance and since there's a complicity of like, Yeah, we know this and we're not gonna do anything about it. A Seattle Children's spokesperson acknowledges the issue. Telling the Times systemic and institutional racism exists across our healthcare system and Children's is not immune. The spokesperson ads The hospital's goal is to eliminate the code purple disparity altogether.

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Dallas minors receive COVID-19 vaccine in error

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas minors receive COVID-19 vaccine in error

"For better training training at at covert covert 19 19 vaccine vaccine sites. sites. After After almost almost 20 20 kids kids were were given given shots shots by by the the stake. stake. The The CDC CDC hasn't hasn't approved approved coded coded vaccine vaccine for for anyone anyone younger younger than than 16. 16. But at least 18 Children have received the shot of the city of Dallas. Vaccination, huh? But the Potter's house Dallas County Medical director Phil Wang says there was a mix up with the online invitations were sending out the appointments. That was one day to set that didn't get screened for all the age so that there were some notifications that went out. Local leaders say the air has been fixed but her promising better training and insisting staff start double checking birthdates plate. Nevil

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Polish hospitals struggle with surge of virus patients

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Polish hospitals struggle with surge of virus patients

"What should have been a weekend of celebration turned into one of ill health and struggled in Payton's as hospitals for such a code nineteen cases which is spread across central and Eastern Europe in recent weeks the Polish government set down two weeks of strict a pandemic restrictions over the Easter period in order to slow down the infection rates the country hit new records of thirty five thousand daily infections on two recent days and deaths have been in the hundreds each day yells five good spot medical director of the county hospital of book the US says the situation has gotten out of control in the past year I've been in sales have been standing with driving from hospital to hospital trying to beat the patient's somewhere the many many hours this is a symptom of very high in efficiency if we have no way to put these patients and no way to treat them I'm Karen Thomas

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Mercury Toxicity with Dr. Elizabeth Boham

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Mercury Toxicity with Dr. Elizabeth Boham

"I'm so happy to be sharing the story of mercury with you and a personal story for me with my colleague and medical director on this very special episode of the doctors pharmacy called house call. And i'm gonna sit down with so many of my colleagues the ultra wellness center in lenox massachusetts and liz is just my number one dock. She's a medical director of the ultra wellness center. She teaches all over the world. She's in the faculty and super functional medicine. She's one of the best doctors. I know and we are going to talk about mercury. So welcome liz. Inst- mark it's great to be with you today so let's start with talking about. Why do you think this is just so ignored. Because every is such a prevalent problem and when we cast people at the ultra center we find so many people have not only high blood levels of mercury but high total body levels in fact we did a survey of the ten thousand tests and we done at some point in time and we looked at the number of people who had toxicity and it was forty percent of the people who came to wanna center had high levels of mercury that interfere with their biology. So why did he just ignored. And and what we have to do to properly discover whether mercury is an issue for somebody or not. I mean it's it's a great question. Mark you know Even the world health organization recognizes that mercury is one of the top ten chemicals a major public health concern. But i think that toxins in general interventional medicine are often overlooked and ignored because we we always are thinking about acute tax city in conventional medicine and so often were not thinking about the chronic lower levels of toxicity can have huge health effects as

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The Latest: EU slams AstraZeneca for production shortfalls

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: EU slams AstraZeneca for production shortfalls

"Sign of access its vaccine job is safe for children as young as three more than seventy million shots of sign of acts Maxine named corona VAX to be given worldwide including in China at a news conference medical director then gang says the company's vaccine is safe in children ages three to seventeen based on preliminary data submitted to Chinese drug regulators for children ages three to eleven all we can see that the node dose could induce very good and the body's response for me to dose we can see this dosage could be very good for the subjects aged two to seventeen China has approved the vaccine used in adults which is not yet been using children because their immune systems may respond differently I'm Charles last month

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"medical director" Discussed on Work Inspired - A BOS Podcast

Work Inspired - A BOS Podcast

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"medical director" Discussed on Work Inspired - A BOS Podcast

"I guess technology the other day where somebody has it that you could actually do. A virtual visit over regular. Tv as long as the tv has an hd hoard. He has equipment. You can plug in and each actually do virtual care and we're very interested in possibly doing a pilot to see how that could work has at least thinking about. Tv's there's probably a tv in almost every house So i think that there are ways. And i think what's happened is. Kobe is practiced all light. We need to look at other ways of providing care..

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Texas AG sues Austin for refusing to lift mask mandate

Chris Salcedo

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Texas AG sues Austin for refusing to lift mask mandate

"Sue Travis County officials for overriding governor Abbotts order to not require mask sexes. Attorney General Ken Paxton is suing Austin and Travis County officials over their decision to continue requiring mask wearing in public In a 25 page petition filed Thursday in Austin action as a state district judge to block Austin Mayor Steve Adler, Travis County Judge Andy Brown and City County Medical Director Mark S. Scott from Enforcing their mask mandate. Don Smith w B A P News as part of a multi million dollar partnership. Tarrant

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Separating facts from fiction on major COVID-19 vaccine misconceptions

Part Time Genius

05:49 min | 1 year ago

Separating facts from fiction on major COVID-19 vaccine misconceptions

"Of coded. The news does seem to get a little better every day, particularly when it comes to vaccines. We now have three covert vaccines in circulation. Advisor Madonna and Johnson and Johnson. More and more vaccination sites are taking appointments in the U. S. Almost 77 million doses have been administered. Even his inoculations rise. So do the questions. What does that mean for our daily lives after we get both shots? Can we take off our masks and we go on vacation? To get some answers. We talked to Dr Sandra Cash, deputy medical director and infectious disease specialist at West Bed Medical Group, located in Westchester, New York. Is what she had to say. Thanks so much for joining us. You're welcome My pleasure. So with the vaccine on everyone's mind these days, what are some of the common misconceptions about the vaccine? You know, just that this is ah, very good question, and I've seen and heard all sorts of mythology out there about the vaccines. Some of the more common myths that I've seen are that the vaccine can close Cove. It Um, the vaccine. The genetic material in the M R in a vaccines can actually affect your gardener your genetic material on but it can cause problems with fertility. Um You know, and the first two are flat out wrong. Um, you know, the genetic material in the in the vaccines really does not interact with your DNA's A. It's degraded very rapidly in the side of possum. The area outside the nucleus of the cell by yourselves. Enzymes on that happens really, Very quiet. Very quickly. Um, you know, the question about fertility and impact on fertility is one that I think we have not seen evidence of that to be the case. I don't anticipate that being The case. But you know these air new vaccines, So we simply haven't had the time on Ben. The question about whether the vaccines can cause Kobe that that one is flat out wrong. There's no mechanistic way for that to happen with the vaccines that we use these air, not live vaccines. Well, that's great to hear, and it's good to be clear about the facts. After you had two shots of the vaccine, and the correct time period has passed. Do you still need to wear a mask and other other precautions you should be taking you do And the reason it seems a little counterintuitive, But the reason we we continue to make that recommendation is several fold. Probably the most important reason behind that is that we still don't know. And I'm anticipating will have the answer to that in the next few months. Whether vaccination prevents transmission, meaning that a vaccine individual will not get infected if they're exposed to someone with Cove it But they may still get enough of the virus to carry it in their nose in their fair or unfair, inks the back of their throat and be able to spread it toe unvaccinated individuals. And that's where masters becomes a mechanism. Tol interrupt that that transmission I suspect what we'll see with covert vaccine is what we've seen with vaccines for other infectious diseases. Primarily that vaccination not only prevents infection, which we know the M Marny vaccines, the backs and the Johnson Johnson vaccine, they're highly effective in preventing infection. They'll also be very effective in preventing preventing transmission. This asymptomatic carrier status. We just don't have that information now. So we continue to make that recommendation recommendation on mask use until we have that additional information. So given that is it safe to expand your social bubble? Once you have the vaccine, and if so, who can you include? That's a trickier question, and I'll give you like a scenario. So if you're with other vaccinated individuals what you can Probably pretty. Realistically assume, is that those individuals? If they're carrying the virus, they won't infect you. And you won't infect them. What you can't assume And what we're not sure of yet is whether if you're carrying the virus again and your nose, you won't get the infection because you've been vaccinated. Can you expose another person in your gathering and they again Because they've been vaccinated won't get infected. But will they get enough of the virus in their nasal mucosa and then take it to their home where they may have unvaccinated individuals? Now? The likelihood of that happening? You know, there are lots of steps involved. Becomes increasingly remote. And so I've seen, you know, groups of people who have been vaccinating getting together and you know and not wearing masks. I don't think we're at that point yet I would feel much more comfortable with that once we kind of reach more a level of herd immunity. But what vaccination does do is it obviously prevents you from getting infected and dying from this, You know disease, which can be horrible, But it also allows you to do things that you may have been very frightened to do with a lot more comfort, and I think one of the things that we talked about a lot with Cove. It is this underlying kind of second pandemic of tremendous anxiety and fear that it's created in people. You know, fear of going to the store fear of interacting with people fear of even going Outside an exercise in which we know was probably one of the safer things you could do right now. And I think vaccination gives you you know, Ah, lot of relief that if you do go to the store and someone buy, you sneezes or coughs that you know you don't have to have that panic attack, you know, And I think that is a huge weight off of a lot of people's shoulders, and that's why you know Healthcare people in epidemiologist and all the people are talking about. This is really the first major step back to a sense of normalcy and why vaccination is going to be so important for us to get back Tol we were the society. So

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New York Governor Cuomo Should Resign or Be Impeached Over Covid Scandal

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:28 min | 1 year ago

New York Governor Cuomo Should Resign or Be Impeached Over Covid Scandal

"Finally allowed to talk about the fact that Andrew cuomo is a garbage governor. Who got a lot of people killed with bad policy. In fact there's a piece in the week today. By ryan cooper titled resign andrew cuomo. He points out that his administration concealed data about kroger's cases in nursing homes reportedly for fear of federal prosecution stories of his vitriolic abuse and threats directed at other democratic. new york. Politicians are coming out yet even all that is only the start of deadly corrupting competence. So in keeping with judging by his by his results cuomo should resign immediately and free new york state from his dismal. Misrule says ryan cooper of the week and not at the nursing home scandal has been bubbling for nearly a year. Now it starts with cuomo's inexplicable decision back in march two thousand twenty two order nursing homes to accept recovering covid nineteen patients even if they were still testing positive a recent. Ap investigation found that. At least nine thousand recovering patients were sent back to nursing homes and long term care facilities a number that is forty percent larger than his administration had previously admitted is unquestionably worsened. The pandemic as it ripped through new york's elderly population. that's not the only number cuomo fudged nursing homes new york attorney general letitia. James investigated situation found that his people may have under counted the number of deaths associated with nursing homes by fifty percent cuomo. Then instead of the eighty five hundred said they'd been reporting. The true number was over. Fifteen thousand about a third of the state's deaths and then of course in your post reported comments from cuomo's top aide. Melissa rosa seemingly admitted that they deliberately faked the numbers as part of a cover up. His officials froze fear. The truth is going to be used against us. By federal prosecutors ran cooper says cuomo bungled the pandemic basically from the jump. The new york city metro got hammered with the worst break in the country. In the following months cuomo's compulsive bullying and control. Habits gradually drove an exodus of public health professionals from the state government including the state's health department director of bureau of communicable disease control as medical director for uppity myalgia in the state epidemiologist and then his micromanagement tangled up the early stages of the state's vaccine rollout he throughout the plan. The state health department had worked up over months substituting his own he put he put in place strict requirements that only people who qualified to get shots but then added threats of punishment for organizations that didn't distribute their shots fast enough and the result was chronic delays. His bottom line is this. Cuomo has been a garbage governor in the media. Didn't just cover for him. They featured him. He was the greatest government in america. Meanwhile ron santa's greatest villain. In america down in florida with the number two populations seniors in america by percentage after main which has seven people.

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How To Steal Back Your Identity

How To! With Charles Duhigg

05:19 min | 1 year ago

How To Steal Back Your Identity

"The greatest betrayal of abbey. Ellen's life began with a newspaper assignment. I was reading a story about detox diets. And i need to quote an expert and someone suggested this guy. Abby is a journalist and the author of duped a book about this fateful interview and the bizarre life altering aftermath and so i quoted him Actually it was in the new york times called a fact check. I said are you still in florida and he said no. I'm in the navy now i rejoined. I'm opening up a hospital for kids with cancer in iraq and afghanistan. And i said that's awesome. I want to write about that. Keep me posted and so he sort of did so. We'd never met in person until all why a later that when he finally was coming to new york city where i was living because he had to give a big talk at the un clearly and so he came to do is talk of the un and we went to dinner six months later abbey and this man who she calls the commander were engaged. They moved in together in dc. Well he worked at the pentagon. Abby went to grad school for international relations. But the more time she spent with the commander the more abby sense to something just wasn't quite right. What i made you suspicious. Me told me he had met his first. The first ex wife who's really his second ex wife but his first when he rescued her when she was held hostage in iran. And i said the age didn't add up. I said when we in iran he said oh it was a secret mission. You wouldn't have heard about it really well. And then i thought okay the someone has to do these jobs like better better. Decoy this nerdy asthmatic. Doctor you know like like why not and then. He told me that he worked at guantanamo as the medical director which he did that was part of the problem is that he kind of mixed fiction and fact together and one of his patients was a very wanted terrorist named osama bin laden. And i said that is impossible. And he said the president doesn't know and then i got like all you know. Carrie mathison a homeland. Like god. who's the jihadist. And who's not and who knows what it was. I was gasoline making myself crazy. Suddenly abby found herself using her reporting skills to investigate her own fiance she talked to professors about whether the commanders impressive stories could even be possible. Never like yeah. That's the possible. The final straw was when we went out to dinner with my parents. And we had brussel sprouts and he raved about the brussels sprouts and when we got out he said that meal was awful and i said why did you lie. And he said. I wanted to make them feel better. And that's when. I said you know what i'm out. There's no need to lie about something like okay. So so he was treating been logging and the president to know about it but it was. The brussels sprouts praised that gave him away in the end. I knew they weren't good but more than that. He admitted that he had lied. He said i wanted to make them feel good. And i thought you lie so beautifully which has flowed out of him. If you could lie about that you could lie about anything when you finally did confront him. How did he react to that. Well i left him. I said i'm out. So i never talk to him again. And i didn't find out until a year and a half later that he in fact had been stealing identities and when he was a drug addict. And i got a call from ncis and they said you know there's a doctor who's been writing prescriptions for vicodin and he's been using a bunch of people's names and identities and you're one of the people. Do you know this guy. Do you ever prescription. And i said well. No 'cause i prefer valium and so of course but anyway so he went to jail to make a statement against him. I just started researching all this stuff about this guy. Heaven the guy you're about to marry steal your identity is obviously different than casey's going through but it actually has a lot more in common with her situation than you might think abbas wrestled with the kind of psychological trauma that really defines any breach of trust. And she understands the obsession. That's now leading. Casey to work twenty hour weekends on her case. So you're in this kind of like luminol space of you may be probably sort of know them. But you don't know and you're not sure if you're ever gonna find out right. Can you kind of describe where you are with all this well. I kind of actually have this idea that i might want to sort of help other victims by maybe writing a book about the experience. I guess what i'm trying to do. Is you know sort of gather information about how other people handled it and how they move forward with their lives. But i don't necessarily want focus too much on our case. Because i feel like it's not mentally healthy evian. You've seen more people get duped and cope with getting duped than the next by by a long shot. So i'm curious to hear sort of your take on. What's the most interesting thing to me is. When i was reading the book was a how many people i spoke to. Who had been duped and most people didn't wanna talk about it or use their real name because everybody felt completely humiliated. So when you talk about writing a book to help people and what i tried to do anyway is at least make people feel less stupid. And if you're gonna feel stupid that's okay because everybody's stupid then

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Why is Spain's Covid-19 vaccine rollout going so slowly?

BBC World Service

03:39 min | 1 year ago

Why is Spain's Covid-19 vaccine rollout going so slowly?

"Go to Spain, now one of the hardest hit countries in Europe when the first wave of covert 19 struck last year on although the third wave has hit the country later than many of its neighbors, Spain is now starting to feel its force. With nearly 60,000 deaths registered In addition, Spain is also being affected by the controversy surrounding vaccine does deliveries in Europe Guy head coach reports now from Madrid in Madrid's Isabel Sandal hospital healthcare staff for being vaccinated among them is Claudia Lopez in working here in the candle in the hospital, a malady I'm working a sinner's. I'm really very excited because I had my second boxing on. I'm feeling really well at the moment. This is very important for everyone to have the vaccine. Because I think this is the beginning off the off the end off the carpet, health care workers and residents of care homes and their carers have bean those receiving the jab in recent weeks. Problems with vaccine deliveries in the European Union have meant that the administration of doses is being prioritized even more than before. In Madrid. Vaccine shortages mean that only second follow up jabs are currently being administered how the ADM article is a medical director of the hospital here in Madrid, for example. We are not going to be able to meet our plan. That he lay off the vaccination program that report cushion is going to affect going toe be visible on the number of patients are going to get infected. And on the number of bets. This'll hospital was built in only three months in response to the covert crisis. It opened in December, but it's already under strain. The third wave of Corona virus hit Spain Hard after Christmas, his family gatherings over the festive period transferred into soaring infection rates. Rise in cases now appears to be easing off again in public, Danica But Fernando C'mon, the government's head of medical emergencies, has warned that the highly contagious British strain of covert will be the dominant one in Spain within the next few weeks. Controversy in Europe over deliveries of vaccine doses has had relatively little political impact here in Spain, but there has been outraged you to a serious of scandals caused by public figures who have apparently used their position in order to jump the queue and get vaccinated early. Mayors of several small towns are among those implicated on the head of the armed forces, Miguel and Columbia. Roya resigned recently after it emerged he had received the vaccine. These cases have angered ordinary Spaniards. It's another winter, huh? This is how this race it's a social disgrace on a problem we have in Spain. I don't know if this happens in other countries. It is the kind of thing that you hear about in other areas of life. But this time it's more visible. Everybody that I'm saying it's just really tired of the situation. We are old. Too sick of it, and we don't see the end and I think it's yes, it's really upsetting on it said we'll have sitting that's like saying that you have to act really responsible. And then the people that are in charge are not acting responsible at all.

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"medical director" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"medical director" Discussed on WSB-AM

"You take that 42 23 take that north bound Avoid those delays. My boots for 95.5 WSB. I'm kinda fascinated geologists, rabbits with China's most accurate and dependable, but the forecast cloudy with scattered showers this afternoon and evening and overnight headed towards a low 37 will be cloudy with a high of 40 and gusty winds. On Monday, a few stone floor is possible in the metro area, then mostly sunny, windy and cold on Tuesday low 31 high 45 right now cloudy skies 44 degrees on Peachtree Street. At 3 35. I'm Cheryl Castro 95.5 WSB Atlanta's news and talk. We're back on the weekly check up on your host after Bruce Fiber today were allied with Dr DiDio Gupta, medical director for the Advanced Heart Failure and Transplantation program in Emory Healthcare. Taking your calls. Of course. 40487207 50. That's your chance to talk to one of the city's experts in heart failure for 487207 50. So did yet as we're back, I wanted Tol start to translate. You talked about the history and about the physiology and anatomy and I want to start to translate that into what patients experience. And so there's a certain I guess insidious nature of heart failure, or is it always preceded by known events are patients who develop it? Patients who have already had a.

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"medical director" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"medical director" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"High Well, I don't know exactly what you are. But I can't say that I could find in the morning. Kind of. I spent some time in the morning. Scanning what we call the news, as in global news, especially looking at Open 19 prevention and trying to see how Italy how Sweden has great Britain. And as you can imagine, it is a brigand grab bag. I mean, look at Brazil. I mean, we could want in on and you do have to ask out of about 200 countries. They all are in totally different places, and some of them seem to have it together and some of them absolutely do not. I have a lot of confidence. In New Mexico and I'll tell you why I do. I think it is because we are small is because we know one another better, and I believe that we are good at mobilizing on a local level, and you know, we that's part of our job. We're doing that all the time. We're connecting people and I went with anything Medical Richard. I often go back to our 100% community guru in San Miguel County that probes to the medical director there. Of L Central clinics, and he he really has been in the forefront. He was at the forefront of getting testing sites up and running in northern New Mexico, and I know he's working really hard now to kind of get it all laid out and then to provide direction, so I I believe with more people like Matt. I think the state can pull it together and a year from now. Hopefully we're all celebrating. Celebrating and really healthy. That would be wonderful. All right. Once again, Dr Courtney, the best website for people to learn people to get the books people to contact you. Hannah, age eight dot or GCI. I GHT on a like a little girl's name. And then, eh? All right. Thank you. Both. Where Mass day Well, okay. All right. Thank you, Theo 30 minutes after three o'clock, so once a week for about the last year, we've been talking with Dr Wendy Johnson. Medical Director Love Emily Medical Center about Cove in 19. We'll.

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"medical director" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"medical director" Discussed on KTOK

"This is live forward dot net with Dr Gala will in Hobson, I licensed psychologist for 40 years. And the former medical director for Mercy, Behavioral Health. We're talking about the psychology of cults. And I can tell you, Dr Hobson. Someone has Facebooked me and said they thought Your definition that the Democratic Party could be a cult. What do you say to that? That's interesting. Interesting. Well, I mean, we should tell them your number because this is the kind of discussions you like to have absolutely do. In fact, the had one after I shall last week, So yes, it is 405. 202 By 557. And I'm always happy to talk about, especially when differences of opinions are discussing a, you know, in a ah, pleasant way and in a way that's not harmful to anyone and that happens. That that always happens from your show with me anyway, So that's good news. But you know what I want is kind of continued down the road of and and I don't know whether Democrat Credit Party or Republican Party is is a cult. I wouldn't think so by these definitions. Because, um, the rest of those definitions or when people don't think for themselves. Some could argue that but they don't They're not thinking for themselves in an extreme way. Remember who was so petty Davis? Yeah, it was strong. Petty Hearst Davis. Yes, Yes. She was definitely drawn into cult like thinking where you know they became almost like robots. And so it's it's. There's also a real skewing of truth and backs. Remember how at the first of Mr Trump's can Four years where you're talking about alternative fax, So you know BA can get the issues become confusing and really difficulty sort through. Because there there's not. There's not the truth. And you not talk about truth before you know whose truth is what, but there's generally, um, a definition of truth. And so you know, Steve different things that we could just go back to look at what has happened. We've had this cure non situation and we called. We talked about the deep state that was being talked about for four years. They were conspiracy theories and vaccine conspiracies and strain. Jackie accusations about past people like Well, the Birther thing comes up and Devil You know, it's like there's good and good and evil kind of comparisons rather than staying with the scientific facts, which is what Dr Fauci is talking about. Now is Let's go forward with With facts, not with this information, which had become such a such a problem in our society..

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"medical director" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"medical director" Discussed on KTOK

"Like, 20 fold. And so we're confirming that right now is some internal testing We're doing, validate our own lab, and we're seeing the same thing We're seeing people go not just from 0 to 10, but from my exhorted 250 After that second dose of vaccine, So you mount a really, really robust and strong Response against Cove it, which is why the study's no one got sick from Covina. There's like one person I think of the vaccine are but basically no one got sick and either the my journal or the flies or studies from Covina. That's also why there's that recommendation. Even if you've had Cove it to still go ahead and get vaccinated right? Because we know that again. It's like having that first dose of vaccine, but that second sort around the vaccine. Um you know, you're really gonna mount a response and look in the future. Maybe if you've had covert do you really need two doses? I don't know We're not there yet. You know, I will further antibody studies. Maybe with like tigers, you know, determine how many doses each person actually needs, maybe in the future, But right now, we just don't have that amount of data right now. It's the recommendation, of course, is for two doses of this vaccine. I'm joined by Dr Jason Wilson, Medical director of the clinical decision unit at Tampa General Hospital and associate professor in the College of Medicine at the University of South Florida. We're talking about the covert 19 vaccines. Another question. A lot of people have If they received both doses of either the Madonna or the Visor vaccine. Does that mean that they won't be able to get infected? Does that mean that they're no longer at risk for passing it along to someone else? What exactly does that mean? Are they just protected from severe symptoms from the disease themselves? It's a great question, and right now we don't have a complete answer. There is a theoretical chance that the person who has to vaccines two doses of vaccine could still get cove it but just not really realize any symptoms from it because their response is gonna be so powerful and so robust and so strong. Them having cove. It's not gonna manifest with any clinical symptoms. You're not gonna get sick now, do it. Do we know if people are actually having asymptomatic Cove in and transmitting coded five vaccine? We don't know yet, as everybody knows, Thies studies, um we're done in a safe way. But in a fast way, and so, you know, to get vaccine out to people, you know, Termini safety was very important and the determining the most important thing, which is? Can we save lives and keep forgetting? Sick. So right now, the emergency use authorization is based on controlling symptomatic covert severe covitz symptoms. Hopefully, this means it is slowing down transmission as well. The data just not there to fully say that yet. And finally, last time we talked you had just received. I believe it was the first dose of one of the Cova 19 vaccines. Have you had the second dose? And what is your response? Been like? Yes. So I had the first dose back in December on December 15th I that first dose of the Fizer in March. Vaccine and they get about 21. Days later, you get that second dose. So on January 4th I went in, and I got my second dose. Now the first dose. I had a little bit of sort of my arm the next day, And that's that's right in line with the studies that we've seen with what kind of side effects we would expect, And that second dose I did have a little bit more sorted this sub chills and also sort of again in that arm the next day that started about 24 hours after the vaccine and lasted for about six or seven hours, and.

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Fixing The Coronavirus Vaccine Rollout Won't Be Easy

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Fixing The Coronavirus Vaccine Rollout Won't Be Easy

"When it comes to the fight against the coronavirus here. There are new concerns about hospital capacity as well as the slow rollout of vaccines. The month of January is tracking to be the deadliest month of the pandemic in the U. S. And locally. Hospital beds are problem. Frank Garibaldi, medical director of the Johns Hopkins Biocontainment Unit. We continue the unfortunately see here in Maryland record highs or near record highs of the number of patients who are hospitalized on a daily basis with coronavirus during a Johns Hopkins briefing, Bill Moss, executive director of the international Vaccine Access and Says vaccine rollout is slow. We still have enormous delivery challenges. And what the Biden plan lays out is really simplifying the allocation and distribution process. No state has vaccinated more than 2% of its population. So far. Valerie bonked w T o p News

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"medical director" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"medical director" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And money news and we've got Kelly brother certified financial planner joining us now. Impeachment. What impeachment? Well, if you look at the stock market anyway, of course. With the change in administration less than seven days away. I think that's what Wall Street is looking at Wall Street trying to look out not only passed the inauguration, but to a time when we actually see the vaccine fully distributed. And economic life beginning to return to normal. However, we do have other news today, Bob Swan out as CEO of Intel, replacing him his pat Girl singer who used to work it. Intel's now the CEO of V M where, But a lot of shareholders were not happy with the performance of Intel. Over the last few years, Mr Swan becomes their shortest tenured CEO ever. Let's check the final numbers, by the way, Intel up 7% on that news today. Dow Down eight at 31,060, NASDAQ Up 56 at 1 13,028, the S and P, up eight points, or about a quarter of 1% gold up 10 and 18 55 announced. 10 Year bond yield 1.8%. Heard thanks to Kelly. Therefore 53 run a virus. Very latest news 93.1 kfbk The next round of the cove in 19 vaccine rollout in California's underway that includes teachers, child care workers, emergency service workers and people over the age of 65. Dr. John Gizella is a medical director with Mercy Medical Group says the vaccine is Welcome to optimism we see the deployment of vaccine is definitely a sense of optimism, a sense of relief. When we feel like we can. We can see a potential and insight, whereas before I think a lot of us were concerned that this pandemic could drag on so definitely palpable optimism. Governor Gavin Newsom is ramped up statewide efforts for mass distribution after slow initial vaccine rollout, opening large scale vaccination sites. Like Cal Expo to speed up the efforts. Well, now that the greater Sapna region stayed home orders lifted many counties like Sacramento County or reverting back to the purple tear on many non essential so deemed indoor business operations will remain close. Some businesses can resume limited indoor.

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Johnson under fire as UK again faces onslaught of COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Johnson under fire as UK again faces onslaught of COVID-19

"As the U. K. becomes the epicenter of Europe's Kevin nineteen outbreak one small prime minister Boris Johnson's koncept of government is under fire more than three million people in the U. K. have tested positive for the crate of iris and eighty one thousand have died thirty thousand in just the last thirty days U. K. opposition Labour Party leader kissed alma believes this is down to the British government's bad communication without nine months of mixed messages from the government it's really important about the thought messages out even with the new look down the medical director of primary care for NHS England Dr Nikki Kanani says the virus is searching throughout Britain should be looking at one in thirty people carrying the new variants of cave it and often people are not symptomatic as well ninety also pointed out that medical staff are at breaking point this is been going on for the best politic here now and people all excell Skerritt Chavis London

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"medical director" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"medical director" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"January is national blood donor months as you mentioned because Coincides with when is the times of year for us that is traditionally difficult or challenging for us to maintain a sufficient blood supply for patients, and that has really been compounded by the challenges that we've had due to coded. And we've seen during the course of the pandemic so far, tens of thousands of which has resulted in over a million units of blood not collected, So you know, blood donations and bread products are essential part of the health care process. On discourse health to our communities, So when we're challenged with collecting blood, that, of course, has a potential impact on health care. We have you ever been to a point where I don't know, particular hospital or location have actually run out and have none to give for a few days or weeks or how does that work? It's well you know, with, um we have been able to maintain supplies of our standard blood products like red cells and platelets. Plasma where we're really starting tol. The pinch is with our convalescent positive for the covert 19 patients. And that means what convalescent plasma means What so convalescent Plasma is collected from individuals who has recovered from the cupboard 19 disease and we'd rather plasma and it continues antibodies against the virus that when it's transfused to someone who's currently infected with the virus, it helps to clear the virus faster. And so there's a huge demand for convalescent plasma. Uh, you know, as we've seen the case numbers of sadly rise throughout the country, the demand for convalescent plasma has paralleled that increased and so we're very challenged with being able to keep up with demand right now. The It's going out the door faster than it's coming in. We're speaking with Dr by a Lasky, medical director for the American Red Cross. We're talking about donating blood since January is National blood donor month. How does the American Red Cross make it safe for people during a pandemic to come in and donate blood somewhere? Sure that's a great question. We s o blood donation has been determined to be a an essential part of health care on by the Red Cross itself has implemented a number of safety measures in accordance wish with the CDC to help mitigate the spread of the virus, including And we've implemented appropriate distancing at our drives and that our juniors centers we do health checks on all of our staff. We do temperature screening for everyone that comes through the door. And and, you know, we're doing a health screening to make sure that we're not allowing anyone that comes in sick into the interview. Facilities were doing frequent wipe downs in between each donor and of all of our high touch areas. And so that it's really we're maintaining the safest environment possible and covert. 19 is not transmissible through blood transfusion on so there is very little risk to people who come into our donor centers. Wow. Good point. How do you find a donor center? By the way? Way, encouraging people who think they're eligible to visit Red Cross blood dot or g'kar. And there are actually two ways to donate convalescent plasma, which is in the greatest need right now. Uh And that is if someone has actually been diagnosed, they can sign up as a convalescent plasma donor directly. And with that process, we can actually obtain up to four units, which country up the four patients, thanks by a doctor by a Lasky, medical director for the American Red Cross, coming up next the road to the college Football National championship. I worry about lots of things, my finances, my cran kids. If you're 65 or older, you have enough things to worry about. Numa cockle Pneumonia shouldn't be one of them. Even healthy adults. 65 older are at increased risk for this potentially serious bacterial lung disease that.

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"medical director" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"medical director" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Was the first in New York with fractionated Brain radiosurgery, and he stopped First in America and in the Western Hemisphere with body radiosurgery. You can also call Dr Lieberman at 212 choices for a free, informative booklet and DVD. Hey, Dr Lieberman were back. We are back. We just got an E mail a couple of minutes ago, and I want to talk to you about this woman who's writing her name is Jennifer. And show me more than a month ago, and she said your doctor Liederman, My father was diagnosed in August with stage three pancreas cancer. It was deemed inoperable because of some artery. Because of the superior message. Terek vein is slightly impacted. Is this something you're able to treaty 77 years old and otherwise in excellent health. We would very much appreciate any guidance you could provide. Thank you for your time and attention Signed. Jennifer. This was on a month ago, and I responded to her immediately. And I said this is Dr Liederman responding to you about your father's pancreas. Cancer Stage three. This is the work that we do. I wrote her. I told her we have a high success rate in the treated area. Were successful. It is about 90%. It's 90%. It's not invasive years of experience, and I offered to send information I offered to meet in person that was a month ago. Now just Two minutes ago. She sent me an email. She said, Dear Doctor Liederman. My father does not feel very well anymore. Remember, a month ago, she told me was in excellent health. She wants to. Ah, have me consult on her dad. Her dad began a clinical try ally. And I won't say where. But a super duper pooper scooper, so famous hospital and he had a terrible reaction to it and round up in the hospital. He was released. Then he had eight year defibrillation, which means his heart went into Fib relations who wasn't pumping And then he was released and he was hospitalized again. 24 hours later with septic shock syndrome from an infected gall bladder. Remember, this is a man a month ago was in good health. Then he started a clinical try out a super duper pooper famous hospital, and he's been hospitalized at least three times and the bad reaction in the hospital and then again with H defibrillation and then septic shock. And now he has a drain in his gall bladder, and he's weaker and more frail. He's lost £30. And she wants to know if we're able to treat him in. The answer is yes. And I wish that were able to treat him back when he was diagnosed. Why the heck did he get a clinical trial? When you know that clinical trials have very low success rates very low. No one is cured with a Pancreas cancer with chemotherapy. Why would you put an older man through chemotherapy? A clinical trial? Clinical trial means really the patients like a guinea pig. They're trying the new treatment on the patient. He got so sick. He got septic and his heart started failing and he got infected. Gall bladder is now stuck. Weak member A month ago, she wrote me that he was doing great. And then he started this protocol clinical protocol, which we know Does not hand the happily for people. Maybe it's good for the drug companies. And maybe it's good for the pharmaceutical industry. And maybe it's good for the doctors. And maybe it's good for the hospitals, all of whom were getting millions of dollars. And we know that there was an expose recently of these drug companies. They're paying these hospitals, millions of doctors and the chief Doctor making $7 million of the medical director making a million after hours and they're on the boards of these companies, and they're getting paid by the boards. Remember when the doctors of these big hospitals on the boards of the pharmaceutical industry's they're responsible to the pharmaceutical industry's So how could it be that the doctor you're seeing to treat your father? Who's getting paid by the hospital, maybe millions of dollars another, the boards of companies getting paid more millions of dollars, a responsible for the well being of the hospital responsible for the well being of the companies. And then there's supposed to be responsible for your father and your father is now so sick and you could start of this drug program. And we spoke about to go about treatment that is successful on well tolerated and unlike chemotherapy, which your chemicals or kind of poisons to go throughout the body, our treatment goes directly to the cancer. Pinpoint precision like Star wars with a mold of the body with computerized body in the cancer, find the cancer and send in beams. Doesn't cause toxicity to the heart and this gall bladder to become infected and sepsis. Wow, what a difference. It makes what option you choose, and she probably chill was in her father. Price chose so they went to their famous hospitals so famous, they offered her a clinical protocol, which basically is unproven therapy and the hospitals getting paid tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of dollars or millions of dollars from the drug companies. To put these protocols together, which are unproven. And why would you give your father and unproven therapy when he still had, according to the family, a localized there cancer that had not traveled. Cancer that we would have a 90% success rate. This is the work that we do. We have a 90% success rate where we treat the pancreas cancer even if it's wrapped around the arteries and veins and an earlier program today, I talked about a man just like this I treated two years ago was cancer free, yet an inoperable pancreas cancer. Came to us refused chemo. What couldn't have surgery came to us with radio surgery, treated the patient with pinpoint precision and his cancer free..

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"medical director" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"medical director" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"January is national blood donor months as you mentioned because it coincides with one of the times of year for us, it is traditionally difficult or challenging for us to maintain a sufficient blood supply for patients. And that has really been compounded by the challenges that we've had due to coded and we've seen during the course of the pandemic so far tens of thousands of lives, which has resulted in over a million units of blood not collected, so, you know, blood donations and bread products are essential part of the health care process. On Dove course health to our communities. So when we're challenged with collecting blood, that, of course, has a potential impact on health care. We have you ever been to a point where I don't know, particular hospital or location have actually run out and have none to give for a few days or weeks or how does that work? That's well, you know, with them. We have been able to maintain supplies of our standard blood products like red cells and platelets. Plasma where we're really starting TOC eel. The pinch is with our convalescent plasma for the closing 19 patients, And that means what convalescent plasma means. What Convalescent plasma is collected from individuals who has recovered from the covered 19 disease, and we'd rather plasma and it continues antibodies against the virus that when it's transfused to someone who's currently infected with the virus, it helps to clear the virus faster. And so there's a huge demand for convalescent plasma. Uh, you know, as we've seen the case numbers of sadly rise throughout the country, the demand for convalescent plasma has paralleled that increased and so we're very challenged with being able to keep up with demand right now. The It's going out the door faster than it's coming in. We're speaking with Dr by a Lasky, medical director for the American Red Cross. We're talking about donating blood since January is National blood donor month. How does the American Red Cross make it safe for people during a pandemic to come in and donate blood somewhere? Sure that's a great question. We s o blood donation has been determined to be a an essential part of health care on by the Red Cross itself has implemented a number of safety measures in accordance wish with the CDC to help mitigate the spread of the virus, including And we've implemented appropriate distancing at our drives and that our donor centers we do health checks on all of our staff. We do temperature screening for everyone that comes through the door. And, you know we're doing a health screening to make sure that we're not allowing anyone that comes in sick. Um, into the into. The facilities were doing frequent wipe downs in between each donor and of all of our high touch areas, so that it's really we're maintaining the safest environment possible and covert. 19 is not transmissible through blood transfusion on so there is Very little risk to people who come into our donor centers. Good point. How do you find the donor center? By the way? Way, encouraging people who think they're eligible to visit Red Cross blood dot or g'kar. There are actually two ways to donate on the lesson plasma, which is in the greatest need right now. Uh And that is if someone has actually been diagnosed, they can sign up as a convalescent plasma donor directly. And with that process, we can actually obtain up to four units, which country up the four patients, thanks by a doctor by a Lasky, medical director for the American Red Cross, coming up next the road to the college Football National championship. I worry about lots of things, my finances, my cran kids. If you're 65 or.

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"medical director" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"medical director" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Last You could be saving more on car insurance. Save money with paper mile insurance from Allstate, Call a local Allstate agent and get a quote Larry Lewis. Katya Our news Partly cloudy skies today with a high of 71 Tonight Clear the low 45 right now in Phoenix. Partly cloudy skies 63 degrees Whether is brought to you by Howard Air America, but county could start giving out covert 19 vaccines of schools, pharmacies and even businesses. Katie ours, Peter same or continues our coronavirus team coverage with the latest group one. A is not avoiding vaccines and still needs second shots, but it's really important. That no appointment. Time goes unused, And that's why we're opening it up to these other groups. In one B medical director Rebecca Sonnenschein estimates 500,000 County residents in Phase one be the first of them could get their shots on Monday, and we do ask that you bring proof of employment or your age with you to the pods so that people can verify that you're in one of those groups America to County reports 62,000 covert 19 vaccinations since last month. Peter. Same or Katie. Our news? Yeah, it's getting really tough. If you just look at the numbers, the hospitals are really getting overrun. That's hospitals hit capacity. We're hearing from those who transport the sickest of patients there. Katya Ers Alley. Ventnor joins us live with more Scottsdale Fire Chief Tom Shannon tells Arizona's morning news. It's not uncommon for this to happen during the flu season or with winter visitors. But with Kobe it's becoming far more frequent. Our folks are really great about making contact with those emergency rooms well before the actually do the transport, So if they have to divert they have good information about the ability for those receiving facilities to take the patient. Paramedic state with that patient, the whole ride wherever they end up going. We have many examples of patients waiting in hallways who are very, very sick. And I fear that that's probably going to get a little worse here in the next few days. Given the way the numbers are going reporting live, I'm Allie Ventnor. Katya our news. It is possible to get covert 19 more than once. How common is it? Katya Ers, Griselda is Latino, continues our team coverage and joins us live with the answer So far, Jeff Data shows it's not very common. Currently, only a small number of cases have been shown convincingly to be re infection rather than prolong, shedding. That's infectious disease Doctor Elizabeth Connick with Banner University Medical Center in Tucson. I suspect that we're going to wear that re infection occurs a lot more frequently. I asked her if symptoms are stronger when people get over 19 a second time we really don't have an answer to that will have to be studied. More reporting live. I'm Griselda City. No Katya. Our news for the latest on coronavirus in Arizona had to Katya Jr dot com slash coronavirus. Katie our eyes on the economy. It was a December to forget for the U. S jobs market. As employers shed 140,000 jobs in the final month of 2020 economists expected to see 50,000 were added. So this was a huge blow to an already turbulent economy. Valley economist Elliot Polic tells Katie A are the big spike in Corona virus cases, which has led to stricter lockdowns in some places is largely to blame. Lockdowns caused the leisure and hospitality industry to really be hit again. And that's where the job losses for the most part works. The tune of nearly half a million in that sector. Now there was some good news is hourly wages grew five. Set. You're over here and the October and November jobs. Numbers were revised significantly upward. Jeremy Foster key to our news Every round. He fired kid. Somebody Everything happened in an instant, initially didn't know if the gunman Circle back finished people off..

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"medical director" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"medical director" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Coronavirus in Arizona America mechanic is soon start giving out vaccines at schools, pharmacies, even businesses going beyond its five points of dispensing pods work for smaller targeted groups like health care workers. Who come from a variety of settings, including hospitals and outpatient facilities. Medical director Rebecca Sonnenschein says the extra distribution could be faster access and less interruption during work days. Those are things that we have been doing and practicing for years and years where the people vaccinate the people who work for them. Teachers, child care workers and police are eligible for vaccine starting Monday. A piece of history that spent decades in the valleys being taken back to where it belongs. It's headed to a gallery in India. But for more than 50 years, 1/9 Century Buddhist statue was actually in Phoenix. Homeland Security investigations recovered it after the current owner reported some concerns about its origin. It turns out it was purchased abroad and passed down by family, but now the statues set to be repatriated to India. One step closer to making its way home look, forcing her Katya our news. Well, Katya our eyes on the economy. The Labor Department will release its latest jobs numbers a little later this morning. The consensus among economists use that payroll growth total about 50,000 in December compared to 245,000 in November. Some analysts even predict the first negative payroll number of since April. When the report comes out. It's expected to show an unemployment rate that picked up 1/10 of a percent month over month to 6.8% in December. A million ABC News We will get to the new numbers when they come out in about a half hour. Katie our news time. 606. Please. Please, Please be good numbers, please. Right now it's time for traffic. And here's detour Dan in the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic center giving you the truth,.

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"medical director" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"medical director" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Down We're seeing delays on the other side of I 30 eastbound in Grand Prairie near 1 61, the Bush Turnpike, and that's because of a new rec. With WB. AP First Traffic and Weather on the ones are Michael Scott. We finished the race strong number one Chevy Silverado in Tahoe dealer in the Nation. Time to reset. Let's make 2021 R best year. For America's largest selection shall classic Chevrolet. Calm find new roads based on 2020 million registrations. Double D B A P Forecast brought to you by Wal Mart today. Scattered showers and thunderstorms this morning than turning windy and cold with this afternoon with a high near 58 Tonight mostly cloudy, windy and cold alone near 38 Tomorrow mostly cloudy, breezy and Cole with the high near 50 and a loner 34 degrees right now, overcast and 59 degrees news brought to you by classic Chevrolet. Want Texas counties. They're trying to keep up with demand as covered 19 vaccinations statewide have opened availability to those in Category one B, which include vulnerable populations. In those 65 older medical director, Dr Phil Wang says Dallas County is wrapping up vaccinations for Category one A before it could begin on one be so as we are opening up, we want to get some vaccine. One B that we can the limited amount, but it's still very limited Calling. County officials say all available doses have already been administered and the counties are waiting for another shipment. Anyone wanting a shot must register through online county.

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"medical director" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"medical director" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Kitty O'Neil KFBK Afternoon News on news 93.1 KFBK now trending a tweet from ABC News as saying that from one of the reporters I'm told by people close to Pence that he intends to defy the president. It will be vice president Pence. Was one announcing that Joe Biden officially formally and finally has won the Electoral college and won the presidency tomorrow, very similar message that we're getting also from the New York Times where they say that the vice president is said to have told President Trump he had no power to block the election certification tomorrow. More news now from our KPK news desk with Taylor Martin Actress Tanya Roberts is actually dead after mixed reports yesterday, a statement posted on the 65 year Olds. Official Facebook Page confirmed the actress died Monday night from a urinary tract infection. Thank you so much, Taylor. All right, well, the cove ID overload situation. His situation is so bad in Los Angeles that now paramedics are being told to no longer transport cardiac arrest victims. If they don't have a pulse A B C's Alex Stone has more. Yeah, this is really tough. And and so, kitty. This is a new directive that he's out in L. A county that ambulance crews were told if they arrive, and it is a cardiac arrest in the patient has no poles. They can try under certain parameters doing resuscitation on then they have to call it If they don't get a post it is over. They're not allowed to transport to Ah hospital to try to revive that patient. This is Dr Mark Eckstine, the medical director for a Lake City fire system is really being taxed right now. People go into emergency departments without life threatening problems are waiting often 12 to 18 hours in the waiting room just to get seen 12 18 hours if you walk into an ER and ambulances are lined up for 6 to 7 hours to unload patients. In fact, they're trying something new today where they're bringing in cots where they can just dump patients and then go Two ambulances come get back out because we're running out of ambulances. Now, with this new mandate we've heard from medics today, saying that it's the way they do things anyway, that ambulances don't transport dead bodies. And if somebody is dead in their home than they wouldn't transport him. That is true. In many cases, buddy in some, if they felt that maybe they would have luck, if maybe this was a case where they could bring them back. They would transport them and the medical director there, Dr Mark 16, saying there are those miracle cases where then you get him back in the back of an ambulance or the hospital and now those people, unfortunately, are going to be written off and soon. This may be the same for trauma victims where it is more common toe scoop and go where they come in, grab the gunshot victim and then they move on. He says that that's going to be changing here soon. We're also looking at the same policy for victims. Of severe trauma, car accident, shootings, stabbings and so forth with their hearts stars. We're not gonna be transporting those patients, either. If we can't get their hearts going again can't get them resuscitated on scene and Kitty that the ambulance crews were being told, use limited oxygen. The covert patients are taking so much oxygen that hospitals air running out. They can't get it into their pipes. Tol work that there's not enough pressure they're using so much. The cannisters. Ambulances can't get it. They can't refill it. So they're being told you is limited oxygen. People here in l A right now are being told to avoid calling 911 unless it is absolutely necessary. Right now, There are so few ambulances available. Oh, my goodness. And you know you had a nurse on yesterday. The fatigue and her voice. Was incredible. I mean, you could just tell what this mean. They're exhausted right now. Whether be ambulance crews or the crews inside of hospitals, and they've just got so much going on right now. They're overwhelmed. Many other areas of the state are leveling off. That's great news. L A is not seeing that yet. Yeah, ABC is Alex Stone. Who's there? Thank you so much. You gotta Thanksgiving. 5 21 now, Okay, if became moving onto traffic.

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"medical director" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"medical director" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"And surge in Los Angeles is triggering more problems. The Grammys, issuing a statement today that the January Award show will be postponed until March. That comes because they said, there's not enough ambulances or staff to deal with the spike in patient hospitals overwhelmed and ambulances running thin L. A is now discouraging residents from calling 911 unless it is absolutely necessary. Harry and a new policy will be for medics to not transport cardiac arrest victims so they cannot resuscitate on scene. Rather, they will now be declared dead on sight. Mark Eckstine is medical director of L. A city fire can't get their hearts going again. Get them resuscitated on scene now concert being set up at hospitals to help unload patients, so ambulances convey it back in the field instead of waiting for hours. Alex Stone ABC NEWS LOS Angeles Congress meets tomorrow to certify the electoral results from The presidential election. Affirming the Biden Harris victory, President Trump continues to make unfounded claims of widespread voter fraud. He tweeted today with claims that VP Mike Pence has the authority to step in when he presides over the constitutional step. Baby sees Jonathan Karl with more purely ceremonial role, but apparently Donald Trump either doesn't understand that or does not accept that fact. Some Republicans are also vowing to raise objections during that session. Illinois teen accused of killing two people during protests and was caught It's an inner depleted, I'll written house appeared remotely pleading not guilty through his attorney toe. All seven charges against him, including two counts of homicide stemming from the deaths of two demonstrators in Kenosha in August. Written houses hearing comes, says Kenosha is again bracing for potential demonstrations as the county D a could soon announce. Whether the Kenosha police officer who shot Jacob Blake will face charges ABC is Mark Rimmel, are you're listening to ABC News. All.

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"medical director" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"medical director" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The same day is very similar to what we saw in the clinical trial were 21,000 people got the vaccine and all those 20,000 people out of myself. And my friends about 85% will have some sores on their arm the next day, Kind of what it felt like, you know, maybe with that in case of your kid, you got hit by one of those, uh, Yeah, maybe slower speed. Pitch balls look like you know it still punching the arm of which it somewhere, you know, a lot of other shots. Exactly. We see most people for the fast majority over 90% people. That's gonna be it if anything, and now a few other people may have had some muscle soreness. Drop your body of the cheetahs well, or maybe a headache. The next thing And what's interesting, In fact, popular think people get up 48 hours and looking funny thing that 48 hours. Really those symptoms go away to the large part. Very few people have symptoms. Start 48 hours. It is interesting that you people like you who had prior coded on didn't have more of those symptoms like headache again. Um, uh, T a swell that sort of thing and lateral versus that's what she's gonna have a month of sort of, you know, one of the you know, over 1000 people at a general who's been vaccinated, have anything serious happens to them and like you said earlier, you know, watching the whole world's watching right now, and we really only seen that time more talking really allergic reaction. You know, those are there that we can treat the manager and two of those people and had a crier. Severe allergic reactions, other Bob vaccine and then the woman who had allergic reaction a lot, actually, the same day that you know, I'll be okay, because this vaccine so overall three years training, it looks a lot like with the clinical trial data looks like I'm joined by Dr Jason Wilson, associate medical director of the emergency department at Tampa General Hospital and associate professor with University of South Florida Health. We're in the middle of the worst stretch of this pandemic for most of the country, and that's unlikely to change over the next few weeks. Can you describe for everyone what you've seen and had to deal with as a doctor consistently handling coronavirus patients? Yeah. Then I, You know, a life changing event for myself. But more importantly, for for so many families. This was obviously an unexpected pandemic. We you know, a year ago, we didn't know it existed. And you know now we, uh, life changed forever. So we know what I've seen, of course, is the number of people who have got very sick. The number of people you know who died. You know, there's one patient you will probably tell a story before. I think that, in fact, will be the most was 35 year old woman who, you know she came back. She was very, very sick, and I think she knew she was probably going to die. And she said to me, she said, You know, I've done everything right. Full kind of guy Tried. We're back. Try to stay inside. My daughter lost her dog and needed a place to live. And then she she moved in with me and you know, it's now she's waiting tables. I know that's right now it's from and I don't know what else I could have done. And I go. Well. She could have died. I don't know that there was another, You know easy. Yes, sir. And you know, and she did die. And there was, you know, I think every help for working talking is gonna have I'm free like that. Then I'm story also of a patient who was too young and I didn't really think I have any. You know what we call core? Their knees, in other words was unexpected. Like what? Why this person you know they don't have diabetes or hypertension, or, you know there are overweight, but they're very, very sick and they don't. They don't look like they're gonna do well and everything. I'll just say the last thing is, you know these what we call long haulers. Now we really don't know everything about your virus next very clear to us because we've got people that we're still seeing either in Emerge department. They come back or in the telemedicine health care system site where they're still suffering. You know, even though they were never nice, you don't show up in the data for guests, But they still have so much for tea and so much chest pain, And maybe they're even so requiring oxygen. Some of these are people who had no other medical problems. And we really don't know why, um what it was about this virus it may cause some people have such a long term impact long haulers. After Jason Wilson, associate medical director of the emergency Department of Tampa General Hospital and associate professor with the University of South Florida Health, Dr Wilson thank you so much. First of all, for the tremendous work that you're doing in treating covert 19 patients and also, thanks so much for sharing your personal experience of getting the vaccine as well, what happened to do it right. I hope that it helped other people go out and do the same thing. It's a very important you've actually get is just gonna get 1000 stuff and don't like Right. Finally, I'm joined by that sir Richard Pfeiffer, chief medical officer of Genesis Health Care to talk about the preparations underway at nursing homes and long term care facilities across the country as they get ready for the arrival of covert 19 vaccines. Dr Pfeiffer thanks for taking a few minutes to talk to us before we talk about vaccine distribution. I want to start with an overview of the damage the pandemic has done within nursing homes. And long term care facilities across the country. Tell us about what you've seen and heard. I take it be with you. And you know this has been such an incredibly difficult time for a nursing home residents. Their families, and for those two can for them in their own homes. There's some residents have been the hardest hit in society in general and in the health care system and that actress in the United States but all around the world Become residents are the most likely the cask or a virus because of their close carries in the living situation, and the most likely to have your case if they catch it and even die. In some cases, it really has been devastating and we are working so hard. If the end of this pandemic we can protect them, and it can't come a moment too soon. What if some of the biggest challenges been in trying to keep this Corona virus out of those kinds of facilities? Well, the challenges that actually evolved ever since the first nursing home outbreaks that occurred in the late winter at last year's almost 10 months ago, now at the time, One of the biggest challenges was that we didn't know who had corner virus and who didn't because we couldn't even test for it. That's changed so much, and now we have watched detecting at our disposal, but it took a lot of work to get up there. They also challenges with access to personal protective equipment like math and gallons, never shortages, But we work hard and make sure that we had protection at all times. And so those were great acoustically challenges along the way, and now we have the third leg of the stool. The next challenge is how do we get through the vaccination phases of pandemic Because that's what we needed you to get through the testing phase, the peopie face and now the vaccination faith, and this is an enormous undertaking. This is the biggest public health effort biggest vaccination campaign in human history, and we need to get through it in record time. And I want to get to that vaccination process in a moment real quick, Just taking a look at the situation now and as it's been for the past couple of months, the fear of these outbreaks within nursing homes like what we saw the very beginning of this pandemic. It led to a lot of them being closed off family members friends not being allowed in to see loved ones..

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