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EXPLAINER: New easy-to-use COVID-19 pills come with a catch

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

EXPLAINER: New easy-to-use COVID-19 pills come with a catch

"New new the the infected infected covered covered nineteen nineteen patients patients now now have have two two treatment treatment options options that that can can be be taken taken at at home home one one from from Fizer Fizer called called packs packs loaded loaded and and one one from from Merck Merck mall mall new new pair pair appear appear both both were were shown shown to to reduce reduce the the chances chances of of hospitalization hospitalization or or death death from from covert covert nineteen nineteen but but the the pills pills have have to to be be taken taken as as soon soon as as possible possible once once symptoms symptoms appear appear within within five five days days of of the the start start of of those those symptoms symptoms that that of of course course presents presents a a challenge challenge to to get get tested tested a a prescription prescription and and start start the the treatment treatment the the pills pills are are intended intended for for those those with with mild mild or or moderate moderate covert covert nineteen nineteen but but who who are are more more likely likely to to become become seriously seriously ill ill that that includes includes older older people people and and those those with with other other health health conditions conditions like like heart heart disease disease cancer cancer or or diabetes diabetes that that make make them them more more vulnerable vulnerable the the antiviral antiviral pills pills are are not not authorized authorized for for people people hospitalized hospitalized with with code code nineteen nineteen I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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US adds Merck pill as 2nd easy-to-use drug against COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

US adds Merck pill as 2nd easy-to-use drug against COVID-19

"U. U. S. S. health health regulators regulators have have authorized authorized a a second second pill pill again again scolded scolded nineteen nineteen the the food food and and drug drug administration's administration's authorization authorization for for Merck Merck spill spill comes comes a a day day after after the the agency agency cleared cleared a a competing competing drug drug from from Pfizer Pfizer the the Pfizer Pfizer pill pill is is likely likely to to become become first first choice choice treatment treatment against against the the virus virus because because of of its its superior superior benefits benefits and and milder milder side side effects effects the the ability ability of of the the merc merc pill pill to to head head off off severe severe Colbert Colbert nineteen nineteen is is much much smaller smaller than than originally originally announced announced in in the the drug's drug's label label warned warned of of serious serious safety safety issues issues including including the the potential potential for for birth birth the the facts facts the the merc merc pillows pillows been been authorized authorized for for adults adults with with early early symptoms symptoms of of covert covert nineteen nineteen who who faced faced the the highest highest risk risk of of hospitalization hospitalization my my camp camp in in Washington Washington

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Pfizer pill becomes 1st US-authorized home COVID treatment

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Pfizer pill becomes 1st US-authorized home COVID treatment

"The the food food and and drug drug administration administration is is authorizing authorizing the the first first pill pill to to fight fight the the corona corona virus virus packs packs loaded loaded from from Pfizer Pfizer can can be be taken taken at at home home for for people people with with a a positive positive test test in in early early symptoms symptoms and and face face the the highest highest risks risks of of hospitalization hospitalization it's it's a a faster faster cheaper cheaper way way to to treat treat early early infections infections but but initial initial supplies supplies will will be be extremely extremely limited limited all all previously previously authorized authorized drugs drugs require require an an IV IV or or an an injection injection testing testing showed showed mild mild side side effects effects and and a a nearly nearly ninety ninety percent percent reduction reduction in in hospitalization hospitalization and and deaths deaths among among patients patients most most likely likely to to get get severe severe symptoms symptoms and and antiviral antiviral pill pill for for Merck Merck is is also also expected expected to to be be approved approved soon soon both both pills pills are are expected expected to to be be effective effective against against the the Omicron Omicron variant variant at at Donahue Donahue Washington Washington

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Pfizer confirms COVID pill's results, potency versus omicron

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Pfizer confirms COVID pill's results, potency versus omicron

"Visor visor says says their their pill pill to to treat treat coded coded nineteen nineteen is is effective effective against against the the Omicron Omicron variant variant U. U. S. S. regulators regulators are are expected expected to to decide decide soon soon whether whether to to authorize authorize visors visors experimental experimental medication medication and and a a competing competing bill bill for for Merck Merck designed designed to to reduce reduce deaths deaths and and hospitalizations hospitalizations among among people people infected infected with with the the corona corona virus virus today today Pfizer Pfizer announced announced that that lab lab tests tests suggest suggest the the drug drug retains retains its its potency potency against against the the rapidly rapidly spreading spreading on on the the crime crime variant variant and and then then it's it's twenty twenty two two hundred hundred and and fifty fifty person person study study confirms confirms the the pills pills promising promising early early results results reducing reducing Corbett Corbett nineteen nineteen hospitalizations hospitalizations and and deaths deaths by by about about eighty eighty nine nine percent percent among among high high risk risk adults adults when when taken taken shortly shortly after after initial initial symptoms symptoms if if authorized authorized the the drugs drugs revise revise remark remark would would be be the the first first pills pills that that Americans Americans could could take take at at home home to to treat treat cove cove in in nineteen nineteen Jennifer Jennifer king king Washington Washington

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FDA: Merck COVID pill effective, experts will review safety

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

FDA: Merck COVID pill effective, experts will review safety

"U. S. health officials say Merck's experimental cope with nineteen pill is effective but the raising questions about its safety during pregnancy I'm Ben Thomas with some details the food and drug administration posted its review ahead of a public meeting next week what outside experts will debate the drug's benefits and risks FDA scientists identified several potential risks including possible toxicity and birth defects they also note mark collected far less safety data overall that has been gathered for other covert nineteen therapies all covered nineteen drugs currently authorized by the FDA require an injection or IV which limits their use if authorized Merck's drug would be the first pill treatment that patients could take it home it's already authorized for emergency use in the U. K. I'm Ben Thomas

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Pfizer, U.S. ink $5.29B deal for possible COVID-19 treatment

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

Pfizer, U.S. ink $5.29B deal for possible COVID-19 treatment

"While Fizer waits for federal regulators to approve its experimental cope with nineteen treatment hill it's ready to sell millions of courses to the government files arrest the FDA this week to authorize the potential treatment which has been shown to significantly cut hospitalizations and deaths among infected people if regulators approve the pale the governments agreed to buy ten million treatment courses for about five hundred twenty nine dollars each it already had a deal to pay roughly seven hundred dollars each for courses of Merck's competing pill which the FDA is now reviewing Sager made Ghani Washington

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Pfizer asks US officials to OK promising COVID-19 pill

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Pfizer asks US officials to OK promising COVID-19 pill

"Fizer is asking federal regulators to authorize its experimental cope with nineteen kills the drug is among a handful of pills recently shown to significantly cut hospitalizations and deaths among infected people if the FDA signs off it could be a major step toward managing the pandemic offering an easy and effective home treatment all authorize treatments now require an IV or injection at a hospital or clinic the FDA is already set this month to discuss a competing drug from Merck Pfizer's filing comes as covert nineteen infections are again rising at the U. S. mainly driven by a hot spots in states where colder weather is pushing people indoors Sager mag ani Washington

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Pfizer says COVID-19 pill cut hospital, death risk by 90%

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 7 months ago

Pfizer says COVID-19 pill cut hospital, death risk by 90%

"Pfizer is touting an experimental cope with nineteen treatment it says he is strongly effective Fizer science chief Michael Goldstine says the anti viral peel cut hospitalization and death rates by nearly ninety percent of high risk adults with cove in nineteen a better showing than even he predicted it's just extraordinary I feel that's the position on so I'm positive so I missed the visor is part of the race to find an easy to use strong for treating the corona viruses since most treatments now require an IV or injection with tens of millions of adults still unvaccinated such drugs will be critical for curbing future waves the FDA is already reviewing competitor Merck's covert nineteen killed the United Kingdom yesterday became the first nation to approve it Sager mag ani Washington

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New COVID-19 pill cut hospital, death risk by 90%

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

New COVID-19 pill cut hospital, death risk by 90%

"Pfizer is joining the race to bring easy to use covert nineteen medication to the U. S. market the drug maker says its experimental antiviral pill cuts rates of hospitalization and death by nearly ninety percent Pfizer plans to ask the food and drug administration and the international regulators to authorize it as soon as possible after Fizer applies the FDA could make a decision within weeks or months the FDA already is reviewing Merck's cobit nineteen pill on Thursday the United Kingdom became the first country to okay it currently all cobit nineteen treatments used in the U. S. require an IV or injection my camp in Washington

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Merck agrees to let other drug makers make its COVID pill

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

Merck agrees to let other drug makers make its COVID pill

"Drugmaker Merck agrees to let other pharmaceutical companies produce its covert pill to treat the virus well mark is still waiting for FDA and European authorization for the first of its kind antiviral drug decisions that could come within weeks the new agreement allows the U. N. back to medicines patent pool to grant licenses to drug makers to produce the pill with out those companies having to pay royalties until cove it is no longer a global emergency Merck reported this month it's coated pill cut hospitalizations and death by half among patients with early symptoms I'm Julie Walker

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"merck" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

02:26 min | 8 months ago

"merck" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

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

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:58 sec | 8 months ago

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

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

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Merck asks FDA to authorize first pill to treat COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Merck asks FDA to authorize first pill to treat COVID-19

"Merck seeks regulatory approval for its anti coal bit pill drugmaker Merck has asked U. S. regulators to authorize its promising antiviral pill against coal bit nineteen setting the stage for a decision within weeks if cleared by the food and drug administration it would be the first pill shown to treat cold at nineteen adding a new easy to use weapon to the world's arsenal against the pandemic the FDA will scrutinize company data on the drug safety and effectiveness before rendering a decision all cobit nineteen drugs now authorized by the FDA requiring the IV or injection my

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People Have Deep Convictions About Their Bodies When It Comes to Vaccines

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 8 months ago

People Have Deep Convictions About Their Bodies When It Comes to Vaccines

"People have a deep conviction that is their body. And you're not going to tell them what to put in it and it's shelly argue with them. It's it's fruitless to try to change their mind now we could get into it. I mean we could go down for example. Now there's merck apparently going to have a therapeutic that they've introduced that might be very effective with kelvin. Shortly we've been defending ivermectin and hydroxy clarkson with zinc. I'll betcha the same people who resist the vaccine would probably be willing to take ivermectin or hydroxy chloroquine with zinc if they were hospitalized with covert contradiction. Of course it is. They'd be willing to take it off label brand or an off label prescription to try to treat it because i don't know conservative world. We've all sort of embraced therapeutics because it matters but again that's logic that they don't wanna hear right now. I don't wanna take the vaccine. Trust what it's that they don't want to be forced to take it and nothing is going to change their mind. We're not gonna get much more of a percentage of vaccinated americans we're never gonna get to eighty ninety percent. We're not going to get to that. So-called elusive herd mentality or or i mean herd immunity. We're not going to get there. Because people are not gonna let the government tell them what to inject into their

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Merck says COVID-19 pill cuts risk of death, hospitalization

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Merck says COVID-19 pill cuts risk of death, hospitalization

"Two leading infectious disease experts say it's encouraging news that Merck has gotten good results from its experimental drug to treat to cope with nineteen patients White House Kobe advisor Dr Anthony Fauci says the report from work gives hope of a life saving treatment that people could take as a pill of importance is that in the placebo group there were eight deaths and in the treatment group there were no deaths Merck says it will soon be asking the U. S. food and drug administration to approve the drug's use Vanderbilt university's Dr William Schaffner says it works like Tama flew stopping the virus from replicating ended something patients could get from a drug store at the moment people who are newly infected have to come to special treatment centers to receive their intravenous infusions an independent group of advisors monitoring Merck's trial recommended stopping it early because the results were so strong I'm Jackie Quinn

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"merck" Discussed on The Drill Down

The Drill Down

03:22 min | 8 months ago

"merck" Discussed on The Drill Down

"That's the same month that ravens supposed to be online and go live so that could mean the peletier continues without its most controversial contract and now that said peletier is doing just fine without that contract or it looks like they would be palin tears saying that they're gonna work is really picking up because they've expanded greatly expanded their direct sales force going after government contracts more than one hundred people in last conference call the in the last quarter the chief operating officer a shyam shankar talked about how that direct sales force was winning all kinds of contracts within the government which had nothing to do with immigration using effective are still here. We are really happy about a hundred or so folks in the first half of the year here the ranting well We're getting a lot more coverage here. Some really big lows in the quarter and national grid either this year And not just you know of course commercially. Exceptionals friends the corporate sector. but also. We're seeing that in the government sector as well as you win like with the faa And and so he could expect to see more. Of course channels contributing. We're really happy about that. And percents Of the game for the channel. But the really. The impacting granville. Were starting to take hold here so appellants here leaving things to chance by having their own direct sales force going after government work and according to them. It's working cory. What is your actual down. Let's look at exceleron pharma. Exceleron trades and x. l. r. n. shares rose today and gained fifty two percent the year. There's a big news with exceleron today. Hong hughes getting acquired by merck merck is gonna pay hundred eighty dollars a share in cash on the who cares what is per share. It's eleven all of your shareholder cared but most of us aren't i'm certainly not but Eleven and a half billion dollars by work transaction expected to close at the end of this year And this is all about cardiovascular treatment so exceleron is developing a drug called so trysts sceptre so terrace apt that some unfazed three studies for pulmonary arterial hypertension or p. h. What is pulmonary arterial hypertension. It means that you can't get blood to the lungs. It means that you can't get a good deep breath. It means that you can't get good energy to your heart. One of the important tests they do. It's just a horrible. They do a six minute. Distance tests put on a treadmill and see how far they can get determine. How bad their pulmonary arterial hypertension might be. So it's a it's a horrible disease leave. The devout eventually leads to heart disease and death for the people who get it so this accelerate drug candidate looks like it may be having some success. These guys buying the twelve billion dollars right now. Merck is with the idea that if they want to be there. If this drug with hopes that this drug will be approved but look this concept for. This drug has been around for at least a decade now. Merck has gotten a lot of. And here's the context right. Merck has been criticized for a long time for not developing their own drugs when they should be putting all the resources towards developing blockbuster drugs. There's just not getting there. so here. Are the spend twelve billion bucks to buy this company when the notion of the science has been out there for a decade..

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Vaccine Mandates Are About Power; Not Helth

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:36 min | 8 months ago

Vaccine Mandates Are About Power; Not Helth

"Dennis prager here an interesting outright now from cnbc. On the thing that i have wanted merck says it is now. it's new. Cova pill reduces the risk of hospitalization and death by half some patients they face three trial of merck and rich back bio therapeutics oral antiviral treatment. Mall nuke you know it's funny. All of these teams are tough. The first time and like i remember hydroxy chloroquine and now it comes off the tongue like hello. Let's see mal new pie. Revere mary go ma new pie revere why do they make up. These names that showed it reduced the risk of hospitalization or death by around fifty percent of covert patients merck plant seek emergency use authorization in the us it author if if off the rise by regulatory bodies mo new pair of air could be the first oral antiviral medicine for covert. So here's an interesting question if you if this is out. Why do we insist that people take the vaccine because it has nothing to do with health. It's in the guise of health just like the destruction of america and the power to the left emanates from anti-racism. It's the it's simply the front. Under which power is exercised

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Merck says experimental pill cuts worst effects of COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Merck says experimental pill cuts worst effects of COVID-19

"A drug maker says it will soon ask health officials to authorize use of a new people that could be a major advance in fighting cove in nineteen Burke says it's experimental peel cuts covert nineteenth worst effects reducing hospitalizations and deaths by half in those recently infected if cleared it would be the first to kill showed to treat covered nineteen all other therapies now authorized in the U. S. require an IV or injections health experts have long called for a convenient pill patients could take when they first get symptoms similar to how they can take Tamiflu to help fight the flu other companies are studying similar drugs Sager made Connie Washington

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Naturopathy Provides a Holistic Approach to Immune Health

Health Quest Podcast

02:08 min | 9 months ago

Naturopathy Provides a Holistic Approach to Immune Health

"I'd like delve into the topics of nature apathy. I i'd like you to give us an overview of nature apathy. What is it as a modality of health. What does it encompass. And then we'll use that to segue into a discussion specifically of the immune system and how nature apathy views the immune system and what we as individuals can do to support our own natural immunity. The way i think about it. This is something that we have to have going on all the time. It's not just when we feel a cold or something even more serious. If we maintain our immunity this is going to provide us benefits over the long term. That's always been my thoughts my philosophy. That's how i've tried to order my life now. I'm looking to you to give us this foundation for nature apathy. And how do you appropriate it in your practice over all these years. great question. true nature oppa begins way back with the herbalists. They were the first to really following the path of and that's what nature oppa theme means as we became more scientifically aware and discovered the role of vitamins and minerals. They were incorporated into today's nature apathy. There are four fundamental principles in terms of taking prophetic approach. The first is to find the cause every single disease if you go to the merck manual. The doctors bible has no known. Cause there are two teachings. You are what you eat and you are what you think. Therein lies the true cause of every condition. So that's number one number to treat the whole person. We just take a look at the body that's fine and dandy and yes. You can nourish the body. You can treat the body however the body is going to view a reflection of your emotional integrity.

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"merck" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

04:31 min | 10 months ago

"merck" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

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

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

04:20 min | 11 months ago

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

"At it. It's really important to understand that there isn't a single playbook a pandemic playbook can as i talk to different people on my team in different geographies. Yeah everybody is. In unique situations. For example we had a subset of our population that worked from fairly frequently before the pandemic and for them going virtual world was not that big of a transition because they they had space in their home they were comfortable with attack. Then you had others who maybe have never work from home and suddenly you know literally overnight. You're you're put in place You've got to try to your job remotely. The technology can be intimidating. You might be uncomfortable with it so one learning is you know you have to really doubled down on user experience and you have to almost wycliffe service for your population to ensure that people can remain productive The other is that In terms of things that will stabilize capable. I mentioned before rounding out remote assist. You know. that's something that now is here to stay in and people that used to think. Well i have to get on that plane to go. Visit that manufacturing site to assist with this capability. Well now. I just that. I can do that in a very different way so i think there is a lot. We've learned in terms of Things we thought we had to be person to accomplish. There's a lot of these We can do remotely in that includes engagement customers. You know we've had. We've been fortunate that most of our our capabilities that are used to engage with customers cloud based so it was not that big of a transition from a technology standpoint. And what we've saw seen is some of our metrics of engagement are actually up so we've actually been able to get closer to our customers in some pockets during this period. I'm hopeful that some of those learnings are things that will will stick. And maybe we won't revert. We won't revert back to that. But i think all you'll yeah. The pendulum sometimes can go a little bit too far and it'll be interesting to see as we settle back into work into for merck hybrid way of working. We sheet the best things that we learned Revert back in them. Continue to learn as we go to. I feel like we still have a long way to go in terms of of learning just wanted to ask you is at the conclusion. Here dave What trends excite you as you look to the future..

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

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

03:34 min | 11 months ago

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

"But i guess it's a it's a calling problem to have is. It's a target rich environment in terms of the opportunities. we can pursue as a business. You combine that with the rapid pace of technology plus diverse and sometimes conflicting priorities. That we don't do the first name engine right. And so you add all that up together and it's a high risk for quickly losing focus or falling into a tech protect big mindset for just not quite sure of the parties are of cool. Check out there. Just focus on building things and and hope that there's an application for us at some point that i clearly don't think that that's the right model. So it's important to have the organization aligned on a common strategy aligned on those high value use cases and as i mentioned again before the operating model the allows us to bring all this together. ends with the continued advancements in in cloud computing The plane salesman really level relative to access the latest tax so our differentiator is not going to be you know. Merck can afford to invest in technologies. That others can't. I mean everybody can get access to these these capabilities so the differentiator is again. I don't want to sound redundant. But it's selecting the right. Priorities aligning the organization and having an efficient operating malls deliver and then applying the greatest technology To to hold value and terms of what are some of the bigger areas. I see you know. He's touched on a lot of with automation cloud and so all those are certainly excite me In yeah you know there's there's new platforms and solutions and startups popping up every day. So nagina had not new three or four startups just this week. And as i'm listening to their their tech at two sides of the coin of my brain. It's like wow that's really cool tack. That's going to be able to do so much. The other side is. How do i integrate that and drive values in merck which can be you know sometimes a complex environment so i i think. Another area from tech standpoint is a category of of new technology startups. That are really focused on solving the data rich information poor problem where we all have data. It's all over the place you know we've gone from data. Warehouses data lakes or swamps. You now the latest terminology is late fronts where which is trying to combine the best of all these different worlds and so i think as we continue to innovate in that space which is a combination of technology process leveraging. The cloud being able to connect different capabilities is really going to be a big opportunity for us. And again i'll anchor back to if you've got the right relationships with your business because this is a tough journey when you're trying to drive this change. I think the sky's the limit. Yeah this has been such an interesting year for all of us but all the more in your industry and i'm curious if there are even silver linings about new ways of working in across the past near thirteen fourteen months that you believe have long tails to them even once we reached some sort of new or next normal that. What are some of your reflections. Their dave gosh. Lots of learnings.

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

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

05:02 min | 11 months ago

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

"Most recently prior to this one as chief information officer of merck animal health and now for a word from our partner. Tatum and the company's co founder and chief executive officer orion dowie ryan wanted to take a moment to provide some recommendations for. Cx ots in charge of technology and digital about how best to manage the cybersecurity landscape sr customers. I think are realizing there are three things. They really need to be secure. The first is they have way too many products and as a result of that they're unable to operate all these products well and there are holes in the security posture that are created as a result. Many of our customers have twenty or thirty or sometimes fifty different tools and if they can move to a platform approach. They have a much higher chance of succeeding. The second thing that a lot of customers are realizing is they need certain visibility on their environment every asset where it is. Who's using it. What data's on it. What gulnara has and to really be able to trust that they have three or four nines confidence in that data set instead of in some cases eighty five or ninety percent confidence which in reality leaves way way. Too much of a surface era vulnerability and the third one is. They need to be able to remediate problems. They find instantaneously at scale. Globally even over slow links even over devices that are not easy to reach because without that capability. Unfortunately even if you know that there's a problem you're still gonna get hit by the security event that comes after it because you can't fix it in time and so between that platform approach being able to have really really comprehensive visibility and having really strong control. Our customers are seeing a huge upgrade their capability and now onto the interview. Dave welcome to tech nation. Great to speak with you today. Thanks for having excellent. While i thought we would begin with your your current role as i mentioned a moment ago. You're the information in digital officer. Talk a little bit about The purview and perhaps a little bit about the two sides of that role. Sure thank you we. Have we have a team of about thirty three hundred talented. It professionals that support our ended in global business From early discovery in labs to clinical development manufacturing supply chain sales and marketing as well as all of our corporate functions We have division. Cio's that face off to those business. Units i mentioned in that we have a set of shared capabilities for infrastructure security enterprise application analytics etc. We have A four hub model globalist. We've hubs in. Singapore prog a brand new jersey in austin texas and yet interesting. I always get asked the question you know what's the difference during the cio in the cd arrow role in your never felt the difference. You'll ask some people say well. The cio's are focused on kind of the it infrastructure and the ceo's are focused on driving digital transformation. And for me. I always looked at the two together and had the opportunity to do both roles in animal health. So i i guess i would say you know. The the cbo is a little bit more about actually driving business. Transformation in change in making sure that you're applying that technology to drive real value. So yeah those are the two sides of they're all. That's really interesting a you you talked about how significant the operations are these are. These are massive businesses underneath the corporate umbrella and talk a bit further if you would about how it's governed so you have been a business unit to cheap information officer and chief digital officer before ascending to the global role. How how do you now work with your your old peers. How our things governed what is managed at the center versus those things. That are federated and autonomous. For within the purview of those those leaders..

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How Merck's CIO Is Driving IT Agility With a Product Mindset

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

01:39 min | 11 months ago

How Merck's CIO Is Driving IT Agility With a Product Mindset

"Dave welcome to tech nation. Great to speak with you today. Thanks for having excellent. While i thought we would begin with your your current role as i mentioned a moment ago. You're the information in digital officer. Talk a little bit about The purview and perhaps a little bit about the two sides of that role. Sure thank you we. Have we have a team of about thirty three hundred talented. It professionals that support our ended in global business From early discovery in labs to clinical development manufacturing supply chain sales and marketing as well as all of our corporate functions We have division. Cio's that face off to those business. Units i mentioned in that we have a set of shared capabilities for infrastructure security enterprise application analytics etc. We have A four hub model globalist. We've hubs in. Singapore prog a brand new jersey in austin texas and yet interesting. I always get asked the question you know what's the difference during the cio in the cd arrow role in your never felt the difference. You'll ask some people say well. The cio's are focused on kind of the it infrastructure and the ceo's are focused on driving digital transformation. And for me. I always looked at the two together and had the opportunity to do both roles in animal health. So i i guess i would say you know. The the cbo is a little bit more about actually driving business. Transformation in change in making sure that you're applying that technology to drive real value. So yeah those are the two sides of they're all.

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"merck" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"merck" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Initiative the record Merck foundation a lot here to help us those are tax dollars that you told the American people but instead they're allowed to essentially invade those taxes but with their own foundation and be basically an external government dictating policy gosh you you sound like you're running for the Senate from Massachusetts for crying out loud what I am right I'm a member gets Elizabeth Warren I'm running against a marquee running a very powerful campaign the GOP establishment itself right about but I'm running against free lawyers yeah your your primary is September first right September first and we have amazing volunteers on the ground we need to get ten thousand signatures we've actually been doing it for the GOP establishment who hates trump through a guy we've gotten no I think it's got a hundred Twitter followers and he's just so a lawyer comes from you know Greenwich Connecticut with his own you know I've never done it in a never really knows how to fix nothing they've actually we believe it have a legally funded him from all the data that we have to go get signatures for him because he has no ground game but it's the same old same old stuff right you don't want outsiders coming in you don't want everyday working people can actually fix problems you want to perpetuate fifty fatal battle in Massachusetts in my view the center of the deep state is the epicenter of it it's where all the you know sort of the swamp creatures are created interesting that go all over the world interesting indeed so you would do what's right now with this coronavirus would you just get people back to school back to work well I laid it out in that plan first of all it follow a personalized you know approach to public health which is divided up the country into four groups those people who have feel the ID and give them a certain protocol those people who are in need of compromise a different protocol and those people who are critical but the vast majority of the three hundred thirty million people probably at least ninety percent of us let's say eighty percent of you know able body right give them some protection and get them back to work what we do what in in here's what concerns me about the the the the patient zero three if we cured everybody on this planet everybody on this planet except one person see a radically based on what we've seen happen it would start again that would start all over again exactly what they're doing to flattening the curve is flattening the curve for what kicking it down the line the reason they want to flatten the curve is because of the corruption of the hospital infrastructure system it by the way to give you some numbers one point nine million hospitalizations take place from adverse reactions to prescription drug exactly exactly but you never hear but you never hear about that one of our many of those people in hospitals are adverse reactions drug people if you look at those numbers one point nine million divided you know by you know it's twelve months is what that's a hundred thousand people right off of what we need everything the important thing too is is that you're not downplaying this disease it's a wretched daughter not merit virus yeah there is there are it is a version of the sars or mers viruses the corona virus fifteen hundred nucleotides are different it appears to have a higher infectivity rate not much not anywhere near as the technology rated stars which is I believe ten or fifteen percent there's a forty percent the high infectivity hello you know relatively low mortality rates that's what we have and it but again we have to understand these viruses are not the things that kill us when the virus comes into people over immuno compromised the the body's own immune system let's say from the family it was only firing on one cylinder basically turns on itself doesn't and on itself exactly do you have your body eating away itself and the virus particles essentially go deposit themselves in areas where the cytokine response takes place she got when we come back we're going to take some phone calls with you everybody's lined up so we will take promise calls in just a moment with Dr Shiva I adore his website linked up with coast to coast AM dot com he is done some splendid work and we may not have time to talk about was when he was fourteen and came up with the email software but we will come and get your calls in just a moment on coast to coast AM so those of you who have been on hold for a while we'll do our best to get right to you when we come right back don't forget to watch your TV show beyond belief with George Noory simply go to beyond belief dot com full names and talk or heard right here on talk radio six.

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"merck" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"merck" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

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"merck" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"merck" Discussed on KCRW

"Manufacturer Merck. Many parents think of measles as just a common nuisance, which makes children feel miserable and keeps them out of school for a while, but physicians today. No that needles is more than a nuisance messaging, the number of measles, cases, and deaths. Decreased over the next two decades as the government dedicated funds for childhood immunization by nineteen Eighty-four. There was just one death related to measles, historically, low at the time a far cry from the around five hundred deaths each year attributed to measles before the vaccine was introduced, so what do you former cast members think about their show being used as evidence measles is not such a big deal? Actress Maureen McCormick played Marsha as a teen. Martian, marsha. She says she found out a few months ago that an anti vaccination. Facebook group was circulating memes of her with the measles from that episode. She was furious. I think it's really wrong when people use people's images today to promote whatever they want to promote, you know, as a mother my daughter was vaccinated, and she says she got the measles as a kid before the vaccine was introduced it was nothing like the Brady bunch episode. She got really sick. Lloyd. Jay Schwartz is the son of Sherwood Schwartz Brady bunch creator who passed away in two thousand eleven that would be sorry because he believed vaccination that Ovallis. Kids vaccinated everyone who caught the measles in the Brady. Bunch was fine. By the next episode in most people who catch measles in twenty nineteen will be fine to once they recover. But that's not always the case the virus can cause pneumonia in severe cases, brain swelling indebtedness for NPR news. I'm Gwen HOGAN in New York. The measles outbreaks across the country have raised questions about whether some adults should get vaccinated people in the nineteen sixties received an early version of the measles vaccine one made from an inactivated virus, and it didn't always work. So well, a look at we vaccination for adults that story and more tomorrow on morning edition, ask your smart speaker to play NPR or you member station. My name..

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"merck" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"merck" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Manufacturer Merck. Many parents think of measles just a common nuisance, which makes children feel miserable and keeps them out of school for a while, but physicians today. No that needles is more than a nuisance messaging weren't the number of measles cases, debts decreased over the next two decades as the government dedicated funds for childhood immunization by nineteen Eighty-four. There was just one death related to measles, historically, low at the time a far cry from the around five hundred deaths each year attributed to measles before the vaccine was introduced so what you former cast members think about their show being used as evidence measles is not such a big deal. Actress Maureen McCormick played Marsha as a teen. Marcia Marcia, Marcia, she says, she found out a few months ago that an anti vaccination. Facebook group was circulating memes of her with the measles from that episode. She was furious. I think it's really wrong when people use people's images today to promote whatever they want to promote, you know, as a mother my daughter was vaccinated, and she says she got the measles as a kid before the vaccine was introduced it was nothing like the Brady bunch episode. She got really sick. Lloyd, Jay shorts is the son of Sherwood Schwartz Brady bunch creator who passed away in two thousand eleven that would be sorry because he believe that all kids vaccinating, everyone who caught the measles in the Brady bunch was fine. By the next episode in most people who catch measles in twenty nineteen. We'll be fine to once they recover. But that's not always the case the virus can cause pneumonia in severe cases, brain swelling indebtedness for NPR news. I'm goin' HOGAN in New York. The measles outbreaks across the country have raised questions about whether some adults should get vaccinated people in the nineteen sixties received an early version of the measles vaccine one made from an inactivated virus, and it didn't always work. So well, a look at me vaccination for adults that story and more tomorrow on morning edition, ask your smart speaker to play NPR or you member station..

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"merck" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"merck" Discussed on KCRW

"Manufacturer Merck. Many parents think of measles as just a common nuisance, which makes children feel miserable and keeps them out of school for a while, but physicians today. No that needles is more than a nuisance messaging, wearing the number of measles, cases, and deaths. Decreased over the next two decades as the government dedicated funds for childhood immunization by nineteen Eighty-four. There was just one death related to measles, historically, low at the time a far cry from the around five hundred deaths each year attributed to measles before the vaccine was introduced, so what do you former cast members think about their show being used as evidence measles is not such a big deal actress marine McCormick played Marsha as a teen. She says she found out a few months ago that an anti vaccination. Facebook group was circulating memes of her with the measles from that episode. She was furious. I think it's really wrong when people use people's images today to promote whatever they want to promote, you know, as a mother my daughter was vaccinated, and she says she got the measles as a kid before the vaccine was introduced it was nothing like the Brady bunch episode. She got really sick. Lloyd. Jay Schwartz is the son of Sherwood Schwartz Brady bunch creator who passed away in two thousand eleven that would be sorry because he believed vaccination that Ovallis. Kids vaccinated everyone who caught the measles in the Brady. Bunch was fine. By the next episode in most people who catch measles in twenty nineteen. We'll be fine to once they recover. But that's not always the case the virus can cause pneumonia in severe cases, brain, swelling and deafness for NPR news. I'm goin' HOGAN in New York. The measles outbreaks across the country have raised questions about whether some adults should get vaccinated people in the nineteen sixties received an early version of the measles vaccine one made from an inactivated virus, and it didn't always work. So well, a look at me vaccination for adults that story and more tomorrow on morning edition, ask your smart speaker to play NPR or you member station..

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"merck" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"merck" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Manufacturer Merck. Many parents think of measles just a common nuisance, which makes children feel miserable and keeps them out of school for a while, but physicians today. No that needles is more than a nuisance messaging, the number of measles, cases, and deaths. Decreased over the next two decades as the government dedicated funds for childhood immunization by nineteen Eighty-four. There was just one death related to measles, historically, low at the time a far cry from the around five hundred deaths each year attributed to measles before the vaccine was introduced, so what do you former cast members think about their show being used as evidence measles is not such a big deal? Actress Maureen McCormick played Marsha as a teen. Marcia Marcia, Marcia, she says, she found out a few months ago that an anti vaccination. Facebook group was circulating memes of her with the measles from that episode. She was furious. I think it's really wrong when people use people's images today to promote whatever they want to promote, you know, as a mother my daughter was vaccinated, and she says she got the measles as a kid before the vaccine was introduced it was nothing like the Brady bunch episode. She got really sick. Lloyd. Jay Schwartz is the son of Sherwood Schwartz Brady bunch creator who passed away in two thousand eleven that would be sorry because he believed vaccinated that all kids vaccinated everyone who caught the measles in the Brady. Bunch was fine. By the next episode and most people who catch measles in twenty nineteen. We'll be fine to once they recover. But that's not always the case the virus can cause pneumonia in severe cases, brain swelling indebtedness for NPR news. I'm goin' HOGAN in New York. The measles outbreaks across the country have raised questions about whether some adults should get be vaccinated people in the nineteen sixties received an early version of the measles vaccine one made from an inactivated virus, and it didn't always work. So well, a look at leave axons for adults that story and more tomorrow on morning edition, ask your smart speaker to play NPR or you member station..

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"merck" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"merck" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The vaccine manufacturer Merck. Many parents think of measles just a common nuisance, which makes children feel miserable and keeps them out of school for a while, but physicians today. No that needles is more than a nuisance messaging words, the number of measles, cases, and deaths. Decreased over the next two decades as the government dedicated funds for childhood immunization by nineteen Eighty-four. There was just one death related to measles, historically, low at the time a far cry from the around five hundred deaths each year attributed to measles before the vaccine was introduced, so what do you former cast members think about their show being used as evidence measles is not such a big deal actress marine McCormick played Marsha as a teen. Marcia Marcia, Marcia, she says, she found out a few months ago that an anti vaccination. Facebook group was circulating memes of her with the measles from that episode. She was furious. I think it's really wrong when people use people's images today to promote whatever they want to promote, you know, as a mother my daughter was vaccinated, and she says she got the measles as a kid before the vaccine was introduced it was nothing like the Brady bunch episode. She got really sick. Lloyd. Jay Schwartz is the son of Sherwood Schwartz Brady bunch creator who passed away in two thousand eleven that would be sorry because he believed evacuation that. Oh, kids vaccinated everyone who caught the measles in the Brady. Bunch was fine. By the next episode in most people who catch measles in twenty nineteen. We'll be fine to once they recover. But that's not always the case the virus can cause pneumonia in severe cases, brain swelling indebtedness for NPR news. I'm Gwen HOGAN in New York. The measles outbreaks across the country have raised questions about whether some adult should get revenge. Sonate it people in the nineteen sixties received an early version of the measles vaccine one made from an inactive virus, and it didn't always work. So well, a look at leave axon Asian for adults that story and more tomorrow on morning edition, ask your smart speaker to play NPR or your member station by name..

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"merck" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"merck" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"merck" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"merck" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Lower at the Merck. WGN traffic gender salvo over in Bolingbrook route fifty three both directions between briar cliff in Rockhurst road closed due to an accident in lake villa. We have some utility lines down in the middle of the street. So Fairfield road just south of petite lake road is blocked and on the south side of Chicago, east ninety second street, just west of Stony island avenue, the wrist some police activity this is the end of a police chase. The Edens looking good in both directions. Kennedy O'Hare into downtown thirty four twenty four in from Montrose outbound side of the Kennedy. It's going to take you sixteen to the junction thirty six out to the air. O'hare? You take the express lanes is gonna save you about four minutes, but over on the Eisenhower, stop and go traffic inbound between Damon and. Burn interchange. Fifty one minutes from Thorndale into the old post office, thirty two and from Mannheim. The outbound side fifty minutes to Mannheim due to an earlier accident near twenty Fifth Avenue that has been moved out of the way already sixty three minutes out to Thorndale. The Stevenson Celo from Cicero to Kenzi forty minutes from three fifty five to lakeshore twenty-six in from the tri-state outbound side, forty two minutes to three fifty five. Dan, Ryan ninety two the circle twenty years, seventeen minutes. Twenty two minutes on the outbound side that is downtown to ninety fifth. You're slow spots are between Pershing and the Chicago skyway. This report is sponsored by Comcast. Business. Fast is a gig speed network that gets business done beyond fastest technology that makes business boom. Comcast business beyond fast. Take your business beyond. Visit Comcast business dot com for personalized traffic onto band. Get the traffic Chicago app approved by the mortgage experts at team hockberg, just search T R A F F, I X Chicago. I'm John desalvo WGN traffic central.

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"merck" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"merck" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Brought in Merck Rick to stabilize he's he did the fundraising thing and got the indoor practices illegi forty five million dollars facility swimming for the big boys. Now, we have some tradition. Would you ever give us respect? And I'm sorry for statement. Oh, let me on national television last year on on on sportscenter after the Notre Dame. I put on I put on a turnover chain. So yeah, I'm going to give you respect when you deserve it. But this was a big setback. What happened this year? And I think Mark richt realized that he was not going to be able to to continue the program. So, you know, listen, many D as is a bright guy. I think he's capable, but you know, Miami has to just quit thinking of itself as the nineteen eighty nineteen ninety early two thousand version, it's not and and it's not going to be until it gets back and starts not only winning big games. But winning championships on a consistent basis. So say to actual championships. We would you've been in the class in empty, your, you know, I mean, what what do you see I think too many people ask you just felt like Miami was back. Miami will be back when it looks like it used to. Thanks for the call. Miami fans. Can't will yourself back..

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"merck" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"merck" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Brought in Merck Rick to stabilize he's he did the fundraising thing and got the indoor practices illegi forty five million dollars facility swimming for the big boys. Now, we have some tradition. Would you ever give us respect? And I'm sorry for statement. Oh, let me on national television last year on on on sportscenter after the Notre Dame. I put on I put on a turnover chain. So yeah, I'm going to give you respect when you deserve it. But this was a big setback. What happened this year? And I think Mark richt realized that he was not going to be able to to continue the program. So, you know, listen, many D as is a bright guy. I think he's capable, but you know, Miami has to just quit thinking of itself as the nineteen eighty nineteen ninety early two thousand version, it's not and and it's not going to be until it gets back and starts not only winning big games. But winning championships on a consistent basis. So say to actual championships. We would you've been in the class in empty, your, you know, I mean, what what do you see I think too many people ask you just felt like Miami was back. Miami will be back when it looks like it used to. Thanks for the call. Miami fans. Can't will yourself back..

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