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Pfizer says 3 COVID shots protect children under 5

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Pfizer says 3 COVID shots protect children under 5

"Pfizer says three small doses of its COVID vaccine protect kids under 5 and it plans to give that data to U.S. regulators this week It's the latest step towards letting the littlest kids get the shots The 18 million tops under 5 are the only group in the U.S. not yet eligible for the COVID vaccine The FDA has already begun evaluating data from rival Moderna That company hopes to offer two kids a shot by the summer the FDA has set tentative dates next month for its scientific advisers to publicly debate data from Pfizer and Moderna while COVID generally is not as dangerous to youngsters as to adults some children to become severely ill or even die I'm Julie Walker

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Moderna announces step toward updating COVID shots for fall

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Moderna announces step toward updating COVID shots for fall

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How Should Elites Treat Their Country?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | Last month

How Should Elites Treat Their Country?

"Treat their country? How should the people in charge of their country and the economic elites or in cultural institutions or in the movies or in any form of power? How should they treat their country? Well, a hundred years ago, Carnegie Mellon and chase, they were some of the wealthiest people ever in the history of the planet. Now there is no doubt that they were powerful and that they had wealth, but they used that wealth largely to try and preserve America, build hospitals, libraries, build YMCAs, build things that actually helped the well-being of the nation. They wanted a strong America. Now, over the last couple of years, a common lament from this program has been the fact that the people who are in charge of our country, the wealthiest people, are involved in this pattern of self hatred. They're engaged in this relentless pattern of not doing what's best for the country of engaging in ideas for the World Economic Forum, the suppression of free speech, woke ideology, the suffocation of the individual, we have talked about how people like Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos and George Soros and the Google people and the Louis Vuitton guy. They seem to be so fixated on using their unlimited wealth to do things that actually hurt the cause of liberty. Not help the cause of liberty. That hurt the strength of America and weaken America. This has seemed to be almost overwhelming, especially the last couple of years. We've been complaining about how AstraZeneca Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson and Moderna. They cooperate with Fauci and the FDA and Bill Gates and it seems like the elites have it all figured out. That they always have each other's back and basically the only thing that we have left is the truth, which matters and common everyday people fighting for that. We felt outnumbered and for good reason. We turn around and we

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FDA OKs another Pfizer, Moderna COVID booster for 50 and up

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

FDA OKs another Pfizer, Moderna COVID booster for 50 and up

"Federal regulators are signing off on another cove it nineteen booster shot for older Americans in case the coronavirus rebalance the FDA is authorizing a force to do simplifies ran the door to vaccines for those fifty and older to be given at least four months after their previous booster before now the agency had cleared the fourth shot only for those twelve and over with severely weakened immune systems they can now get a fifty shot still there is limited evidence on how much benefit another boost can offer right now so the question is whether everybody who is eligible you should get it work we'll get it about half of those eligible to get a first booster have not the booster expansion comes as an Omicron me wouldn't spreads in the U. S. Sager made Ghani Washington

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Moderna seeks FDA authorization for 4th dose of COVID shot

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Moderna seeks FDA authorization for 4th dose of COVID shot

"The evidence is mixed when it comes to a fourth covert nineteen vaccine does Jason Schwartz who's with the L. school of public health says the FDA must look at the long term strategy for coping nineteen when deciding on a potential second booster shot I think the question will be calm how well the FDA thinks the existing vaccine series prevent severe outcomes verses all infections and whether to continue to boost will be a strategy to use as we as we go forward and it's hard to say when a decision will be made on that second booster yeah it also watching it that the government is concerned about potential future waves potential future variants what's happening in Europe all Fizer has asked for a second booster for people over sixty five moderno has requested one for all adults I'm surely after

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If Only We Investigated Russia's Funding of US Anti-Fossil Fuel Groups

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:37 min | 2 months ago

If Only We Investigated Russia's Funding of US Anti-Fossil Fuel Groups

"Cool controls Joe Biden. He's a prisoner of many different groups. He's a prisoner of the teacher unions. He's a prisoner of Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson. Every decision that this administration makes is because of an order given by a group that either helped get him into office that helped implement him into office or that is currently giving him cover fire or is a backbone of the Democrat regime. Well, let's read what one of his, let's say, wardens, believe in because he's a prisoner of somebody. You go to Greenpeace dot org. It says real zero. What is hashtag real zero? Great question Greenpeace writes, first let's start out with net zero a term you've probably heard before. Burn now pay later. Nations of the world pledged in 2015 Paris climate agreement to collectively achieve net zero carbon emissions, globally by 2050. Climate scientists say we must hit net zero to avoid climate catastrophe. It's a goal we should all support. The term net zero is also being exploited by governments and corporations who are using it as smoke screen to keep burning phosphor fuel fossil fuels via a loophole called carbon offset credits. So instead, they want real zero, not net zero. The only way out of the climate crisis is to get to net zero. Real zero equals net zero minus offsets. It means reducing and stopping all carbon emissions before they are put into the atmosphere. It means full speed ahead to a transformation of our energy and transport systems to 100% renewable sources. This is Greenpeace dot org. No more fossil fuel burning, no offsetting scams. This is the website you can see it for yourself. It's Greenpeace dot org. Sierra club is very similar. Now again, we've gone through in great detail, the evidence that shows that Russia has been funding green energy groups. We should be having criminal investigations into how Russia has been covertly funding of these anti fossil fuel groups, the hill dot com calls for this. Investigate Russia's covert funding of U.S. anti fossil fuel groups makes you wonder how successful the green energy groups would have been, the last couple years, if our government actually spent time investigating legitimate Russian collusion instead of whether or not Donald Trump had any sort of ties to the Russian Kremlin, which of course he didn't.

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Prof. Zvika Granot and Others: Herd Immunity Will Take Its Course

Mark Levin

01:09 min | 3 months ago

Prof. Zvika Granot and Others: Herd Immunity Will Take Its Course

"Renault said that the virus will likely be with us for many years with new variants circulating but not at the level of a pandemic As the coronavirus evolves will be less and less aggressive the professor said Moderna's CEO Stefan bonsall warned that the pharmaceutical companies COVID vaccine may be less effective against the omicron variant But the professor cautioned against coming to conclusions at this point as to the effectiveness of existing inoculations saying that more testing is necessary Here's what the professor was saying The professor was saying but professors have been saying for two years There's eventually going to be herd immunity in this thing will take its course We will do everything we can To save as many lives as we can We'll do everything we can With vaccines and Therapeutics But there's only so much that can be done

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Moderna announces full US approval for its COVID-19 vaccine

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Moderna announces full US approval for its COVID-19 vaccine

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The Intentional Suppression of Natural Immunity

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:07 min | 4 months ago

The Intentional Suppression of Natural Immunity

"One story that I never thought would be controversial, but it's something that needs to kind of be built out, which is the intentional suppression of natural immunity. If you have fought through getting the Chinese Fauci coronavirus, you are infected. You got the natural antibodies. One would think that there would be an admission and acceptance amongst the people in charge that you should be treated as if you are quote unquote naturally inoculated or naturally vaccinated. There's always been this push against natural immunity. There's never been an allowance for natural immunity. For reasons that are quite obvious such as trying to pander to Pfizer and AstraZeneca Moderna and Johnson & Johnson in the pharmaceutical vaccine lobby, but also it's because they know that if they actually counted antibody tests and natural immunity, all of a sudden the power that the state has assumed would vanish and disappear.

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Israel study: 4th vaccine shows limited results with omicron

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Israel study: 4th vaccine shows limited results with omicron

"An an Israeli Israeli hospital hospital says says preliminary preliminary research research indicates indicates a a fourth fourth dose dose of of the the coronavirus coronavirus vaccine vaccine provides provides only only limited limited defense defense against against the the Omicron Omicron variant variant car car Spondon Spondon Norman Norman hall hall reports reports Sheba Sheba hospital hospital last last month month began began administering administering a a fourth fourth faxing faxing to to more more than than two two hundred hundred seventy seventy medical medical workers workers one one hundred hundred fifty fifty four four who who received received the the Fizer Fizer vaccine vaccine and and one one hundred hundred twenty twenty others others receive receive modernas modernas all all have have previously previously been been vaccinated vaccinated three three times times with with the the Pfizer Pfizer vaccine vaccine clinical clinical trial trial found found it it both both showed showed increases increases in in everybody's everybody's slightly slightly higher higher than than following following the the third third vaccine vaccine last last year year but but it it said said the the increase increase everybody's everybody's did did not not prevent prevent the the spread spread of of Omicron Omicron the the preliminary preliminary results results raise raise questions questions about about Israel's Israel's decision decision to to offer offer a a second second booster booster shot shot and and fourth fourth overall overall to to it's it's over over sixty sixty population population I I Norman Norman hall hall

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Should I Get a Booster Shot if I Had a Reaction to the Vaccine?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | 4 months ago

Should I Get a Booster Shot if I Had a Reaction to the Vaccine?

"Hello Charlie, I've been listening to your podcast for a couple months and I've learned a great deal. I've also enrolled in a couple hillsdale online courses that you recommended to me. And enjoy learning the content. I don't recall being taught when I was in school 30 plus years ago. That's Charlie for hillsdale dot com. With all that being said, my question is in relation to my 24 year old daughter's complication after the two Moderna shots. She has reached out to her primary provider and her gynecologist, and both are continuing to recommend, she get the booster that is now being required for her job. Neither medical provider will consider providing her a medical exemption, nor will her gynecologist put her complications on VAERS. I've listened to all doctors you have had on your podcast and wonder who my daughter may be able to reach out to to provide proper medical care via telehealth appointment and possibly gain a medical exemption. Thank you so much for your guidance, justice S so she had complications after the two Moderna shots. Unfortunately, that is not an unprecedented email. We receive thousands of emails of people that have been harmed by the vaccine, particularly this new mRNA vaccine that has been developed by the pharmaceutical companies and pushed on the American people via mandates and public pressure and through a social credit system. You're asking, is there a doctor that could provide a medical exemption? Or potentially doctor Pierre Corey, who encourage all of you guys to listen to our Saturday episode. It was amazing. Here on the Charlie Kirk show, I think it was incredible, so I encourage you guys to check it out. And it's hard, some of these doctors are so overwhelmed. However, I will also say that at FLC net, I think that's right, FL triple C dot net frontline doctors. There is a telehealth network. That very well might be able to help

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The Cold, Hard Truth About COVID Vaccines With Dr. Peter McCullough

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | 4 months ago

The Cold, Hard Truth About COVID Vaccines With Dr. Peter McCullough

"What is it that you're saying that you know to be true that some people don't like to hear? I mean, let's start with the vaccine. I have read enough to make me think that for most people, the idea of getting the vaccine is a bad idea and that it was developed under emergency circumstances kind of like, okay, we've got the Black Death coming. We're going to lose a third of our population. Let's do anything we can to get something to help people. Where we are today, to me seems dramatically different. I've heard a lot of anecdotal information about deaths and debilitating results probably or at least potentially from the vaccine. So wisdom would seem to say, don't take it, but there's this big push for everyone to take it. What's your response? I published an op-ed in the hill last year in August of 2020 before the vaccines ever came out and I agree with the Eric. I said the vaccines were a bad idea because they were genetic transfer technology programs. Actually installed the gene into the body that makes the dangerous spike protein that actually we caused the body to make a dangerous foreign protein that damages the brain, the heart causes blood clotting. It's a very dangerous idea. It's an uncontrolled production of spike protein for an uncontrolled duration of time. It's very different than a tetanus shot. A tetanus shot is a set amount of tetanus toxoid, and that's it. And so the tetanus shot or the hepatitis B shot is a known defined entity. The COVID-19 vaccines are completely uncontrolled. And there must be some people who take up a lot of genetic material or strategically in critical organs and the spike protein causes damage and death and our FDA agrees. The FDA has official warnings for Pfizer Moderna, causing heart damage. Johnson & Johnson, causing blood clots, causing paralysis, and with any product, there's risks and benefits. So the vaccines always must be presented with risks and

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Geraldo Rivera Tests Positive for COVID

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

Geraldo Rivera Tests Positive for COVID

"Geraldo got COVID. That's big news. He tweeted it out. It got me, he tweeted despite two shots of Moderna and a Pfizer booster last Wednesday I tested positive for COVID. We got the Pfizer booster last Wednesday, but I guess today he tested positive for COVID. Symptoms minimal, mostly scratchy throat that disappeared in hours, never any fever, loss of taste. I'm isolating and mask wearing. Which makes me wonder, I'm thinking about that. Are you mask wearing Azure isolated? I'm isolating and mask wearing. 'cause listen, when you get COVID, you don't want to give it to anybody else. But I have to admit, I was in my condo alone, I did not wear a mask in my own home. With COVID, here's a news flash, a whole lot of us are gonna get

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Carlos Tejada, Deputy Asia Editor for the Times, Dies

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:32 min | 5 months ago

Carlos Tejada, Deputy Asia Editor for the Times, Dies

"The story of the day is this. Not that this happened, but how it was covered. The deputy Asia editor of The New York Times Carlos tejada. I know you know all about this. I just didn't know if you would think I would make that the top story of the day. Carlos sahade was the deputy Asia editor of The New York Times. He was stationed in Seoul Korea. And he died on Friday at a hospital in Seoul. He was 49 and completely healthy to the best of our knowledge. This is The New York Times coverage. Ready? His wife, Nora teha, said the cause was a heart attack. All right. Cause was a heart attack. This is from biz PAC review. What is the. Orientation of bish review? Centrist is such a thing as a centrist site. Okay. New York Times editor 49 dies of heart attack one day after posting that posting that he got his booster shot. Carlos to how to deputy Asia, Asia editor for The New York Times, reportedly died from a heart attack one day after receiving the Moderna booster shot. According to his social media account to how the previously received two Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine shots. In breaking the story, locked down and vaccine skeptic, Alex berenson, himself an ex times reporter, who was permanently banned from Twitter, and is now suing the platform as a result, asserted the following on his substack page. On December 16th in Seoul, South Korea, to how to receive a Moderna mRNA slash LNP booster. No clinical trials have ever been conducted to examine the safety or efficacy of mixing various types of these vaccines, and Carlos did not give informed consent as the consent form was in Korean, a language he could not read.

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Moderna: Initial booster data shows good results on omicron

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Moderna: Initial booster data shows good results on omicron

"I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker moderno moderno says says its its initial initial booster booster data data shows shows good good results results when when it it comes comes to to protecting protecting against against the the Omicron Omicron variant variant the the drugmaker drugmaker says says lab lab tests tests showed showed the the half half those those booster booster shot shot increases increases by by thirty thirty seven seven times times the the level level of of so so called called neutralizing neutralizing antibodies antibodies able able to to fight fight off off a a crowd crowd and and a a full full dose dose booster booster was was even even stronger stronger triggering triggering an an eighty eighty three three fold fold jump jump in in antibody antibody levels levels although although with with an an increase increase in in the the usual usual side side effects effects according according to to the the company company we'll we'll have have to to shot shot to to being being used used for for most most modern modern boosters boosters a a full full dose dose third third shot shot has has been been recommended recommended for for people people with with weakened weakened immune immune systems systems I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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CDC panel recommends Pfizer, Moderna vaccines over J&J shot

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

CDC panel recommends Pfizer, Moderna vaccines over J&J shot

"U. U. S. S. health health advisers advisers are are now now recommending recommending that that most most Americans Americans get get the the fine fine Sir Sir or or mature mature not not covert covert nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine instead instead of of the the Johnson Johnson and and Johnson Johnson shot shot I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with the the latest latest the the recommendation recommendation comes comes after after advisers advisers to to the the centers centers for for disease disease control control and and prevention prevention reviewed reviewed new new safety safety data data about about rare rare but but potentially potentially life life threatening threatening blood blood clots clots link link to to Jane Jane Jay's Jay's covert covert nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine the the clotting clotting problem problem has has caused caused nine nine confirmed confirmed deaths deaths well well the the fines fines and and maternal maternal vaccines vaccines don't don't come come with with that that risk risk further further the the advisers advisers say say the the fines fines and and maternal maternal vaccine vaccine also also appeared appeared to to be be more more effective effective of of the the two two hundred hundred million million fully fully vaccinated vaccinated Americans Americans only only a a small small fraction fraction about about sixteen sixteen million million received received the the change change a a shot shot I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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Dan and Lisa Boothe Talk Draconian COVID Measures and Government Power Plays

The Dan Bongino Show

02:30 min | 5 months ago

Dan and Lisa Boothe Talk Draconian COVID Measures and Government Power Plays

"Lisa this is one of the reasons to what you just said that I get annoyed People like you and I from the beginning use logic and reason And we were saying things like hey maybe we should just sit back and let kind of the data materialize before we jump to draconian solutions like lockdowns and shutting kids out of school and causing a mental health crisis preventing cancer screenings like maybe it's a good idea to kind of wait and as you just accurately stated most of the stuff sensible people knew early on Now the media is reporting it I'm going to get to this later in my show after we've done with the interview New York Times is reporting I think it was yesterday Hey people who are obese are at a high risk for coronavirus We're like no hit with an S in front of it Sherlock we knew this like a year ago but you were too busy pushing mask mandates and vaccine mandates and falling in love with your power that you know you ignore that And there's the point you know the point Lee says that people who are normal normally young and healthy did not should not have been subjected to all this stuff We could have said something to people who are obese who had comorbidities and stopped the systemic lockdowns Because it's never been about health You know and you know that Dan it's always been about control How can we get it controlled Let's use fear as a tool to control the population to reshape the government in ways that are unimaginable in our lifetimes that are now coming to fruition Let's use COVID to take us away from a constitutional republic take us towards an authoritarian regime and that's what's happened throughout all of this because there are plenty of people like me who are young and healthy who don't need to get the back seat I am not statistically at risk of COVID and most vaccines take 5 to ten years to get approval of safety data before they're approved but certainly did not happen with this right So it is fair to have concerns about the safety implications You have other countries that are putting parameters and limitations on Moderna which Pfizer is also mRNA because of heart concerns right So you've got doctors and doctors warning about concerns over heart condition but nobody cares because again everyone's bought and paid for by big pharma They've spent millions of dollars this year alone on lobbyists They're going to make tens of billions of dollars from this You've got Fauci who doesn't want to recognize the fact that he failed on all of this One because it'd be bad for his business It's clear And then secondly because the NIH NIH of course had to do with some of the

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First US Case of Omicron Variant Detected in California

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:10 min | 6 months ago

First US Case of Omicron Variant Detected in California

"Found in the United States. This is the variant of the coronavirus about which we are so concerned and rightly so. Although in South Africa, the first cases have only had mild symptoms, we don't know, and the head of Moderna, one of the vaccine makers believes this will be materially different in its effectiveness, this variant effectively evading the immunity we've all acquired either by previous cases of COVID or via vaccine. Still remains the most important thing you can do to get vaccinated and to get a booster that remains true because the delta is everywhere. It's the variant that's killing about a thousand people a day. Maybe down around 900 a day, people. Now, it's all Delta variant killing those people who die. And those who are vaccinated are protected against the delta variant, if they, especially if they have the booster, the booster adds remarkably to your ability to ward off that dire disease. Now, it may not kill you, but you really don't want to have that disease. Go and get vaccinated so you can enjoy as much as Christmas as possible. But on the credits here, it's in the United States. It's only going to be a matter of time, exponential growth is exponential growth, and we will see it spread across the United States. Stacey Abrams announced she's

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"moderna" Discussed on Juventud Habla Hoy

Juventud Habla Hoy

04:26 min | 7 months ago

"moderna" Discussed on Juventud Habla Hoy

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"moderna" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

05:45 min | 7 months ago

"moderna" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Afternoon, a 19 member committee voted unanimously in favor of advising the FDA to recommend booster shots for people who have previously been vaccinated with Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine. It's now up to the FDA to make a final decision, which the centers for disease controls advisory committee on immunization practices will then consider shortly in coming up with a final recommendation for who should get the Moderna booster. Moderna follows Pfizer BioNTech, which in September received FDA authorization for its booster. The CDC followed up with a booster recommendation for any one over 65 years old he received their last Pfizer BioNTech vaccine dose at least 6 months earlier. And any one aged 18 to 64 who was more vulnerable to complications of COVID-19 because of underlying health conditions, or because they work in a higher risk setting, including a hospital, grocery store or school. The advisory committee unanimously voted in support of a booster of the Moderna vaccine. However, in a discussion following the vote, members raised concerns about whether the data the committee and FDA have been reviewing so far, are adequate to justify boosters for the wider population. Several committee members voiced their support of a booster dose for vulnerable populations, including those over age 65 and people with compromised immune systems, who are at greater risk of developing severe COVID-19 and its complications. But noted the dearth of data supporting the benefit among younger people, even those in jobs that might put them at risk of exposure. Still, the members voted to recommend the Moderna shot for a population that mirrors that currently eligible for the Pfizer BioNTech booster. The same FDA committee had voted against recommending the Pfizer BioNTech booster for these groups, but CDC director doctor Rochelle Walensky decided to include them, so those who find themselves in high risk settings have the option of getting an additional dose. Especially lacking, committee members said, were risk benefit data clearly demonstrating a Moderna booster dose would give younger people who mount adequate immune responses after the initial shots, any extra protection. Indeed, FDA scientists presenting to the committee emphasized that the immunity from the original two doses remains strong enough to.

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"moderna" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

05:21 min | 8 months ago

"moderna" Discussed on How I Built This

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"moderna" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

02:01 min | 8 months ago

"moderna" Discussed on How I Built This

"What we did. That actually was equally interesting of course being in the middle of this whole kind of public storm. If you will in many ways positive sensitive word. Excitement also pointed out the fact that this we're entering a new era in molecular biology so that was exciting. Definitely we come back in just a moment. How the new era of molecular biology just happened to match up with new bars idea for an entirely new type of biota company. Stay with us. I'm guy rise. And you're listening to how i build this..

"moderna" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

06:40 min | 8 months ago

"moderna" Discussed on How I Built This

"I've successfully found a ten thousand ways. That will not work. It's why we don't talk about edison's talking doll or his electric pen or the electric graphic vote recorder because despite massive investments of time and capital. Those ideas failed but the risk was necessary. And those failures often lead edison's engineers down paths. That would lead to totally different ideas. It's an approach. That's helped to make flagship pioneering among the most successful biotech venture firms in the world. And let me just pause to explain all this remote. Because this episode is largely about the founding of madonna and the man behind it new borrow fan modern as many of you know created one of the major and most important in kobe back scenes but modern the company came out of that larger organization called flagship new bara fan founded flagship pioneering back in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine and the idea was to do three things all under one roof the first to raise lots of money to invest in innovative biotech and life sciences research the second to identify promising researchers and helped to incubate new companies and the third to help manage and grow those companies flagship pioneering has incubated more than one hundred companies. Some of them are no longer operating many are thriving including best known madonna. Madonna was founded in two thousand ten. And it's already one of the largest biotech companies on earth much of that success of course has to do with the breakthrough technology that led to the kovacs but modern. I didn't intend to become a vaccine maker. In fact in december of twenty twenty it was not equipped to mass produce vaccines but the company had already spent billions of dollars on research around a new type of technology using amrani molecules. And it just so happened that because of the research madonna had been doing it was perfectly placed to come up with a vaccine to fight corona virus. The story of how new bar helped to build madera is also the story of how he co-founded dozens of other innovative biotech companies and the huge risks. He took along the way new bar was born in beirut in lebanon. Both of his parents are meaning by his father. Had thriving business importing plastics in beirut. His mother was a trained concert pianist. But by nineteen seventy five. Sectarian violence had broken out in lebanon and a country was soon to be engulfed in a long civil war. Remember a couple of events among the most stunning one was waking up at five o'clock in the morning with a gigantic explosion which was a a building rather large building. Maybe a block away from us. That was completely leveled. And you know with with lots of dead people and just it was just like for twelve year old at the time. That was very Shocking but then when the were actually still were actually broke out. We stopped going to school so from the beginning of seventy five till probably may june. We were at home. We would have sirens going off. We would go into the basements quite routinely. We had a ping pong table in the basement. So that was kind of a redeeming feature in that we could play ping pong while we were meant to stay in these kind of underground areas. you know there was we would watch From our vantage point probably you know one or two kilometers from where we were maybe one kilometer lots of rocket fire back and forth. You know buildings be blown up and this was. This went on for months and months and of course after we left it went on for years. Yeah And i know i know new by that. Your dad had this thriving business you. He would import plastic products into beirut. But guess around this time in nineteen seventy five. You were about thirteen. The family your family left. You fled From lebanon to to montreal canada that is a was simply a huge kind of risky decision. For certainly for your dad. So what what did he do when you got to montreal. And and what did the family behind. So we left the apartment we owned. We left all of the warehouses of of of Inventory he had just left. Incomplete left it in lebanon and actually he went back for the first time eight years later to actually liquidate what he could but anyway so so when he came to montreal interestingly he did not want to do the same thing so he really wanted to get into the production of something he really wanted to make things so he explored unexplored finding some small production operation to invest in her by a year and a half trying later he essentially decided he couldn't wait any longer and he set up exactly the same business as he had done in beirut and started oliver. That's amazing because your dad must have been in his forties by then we have. My father was born in twenty nine. So yeah we can do the math value definitely in his forties. When you've got to montreal. I'm assuming you didn't. You're not fluent in french so you probably had to. Because you went to school. Presumably was school is taught in french. No so so much. 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"moderna" Discussed on Capitalisn't

Capitalisn't

04:41 min | 11 months ago

"moderna" Discussed on Capitalisn't

"I thought it was insightful to say before the pandemic because of course. The pandemic made much more salient to everybody. But then the question is out to ensure that the state would capacity doesn't all tend to use it too much because after all if you have vape off you're more tempted to use it. Germany does not have the powerful army. They don't use it and thinking when you were talking of. The old saying nature abhors vacuum. And i was thinking capability abortion vacuum. It will find a way to exercise until itself if the capability is established but that does raise an interesting point about capacity because there were many people arguing before the pandemic that we needed to invest in many in manufacturing capacity for vaccines and there were people arguing around pandemic preparedness around masks around the whole deal and it is something that our capitalist system for sure it does not well which is planned for the long term and even if we get organized to plan for the long term subs once the immediate threat passes as it did with anthrax did with sars in the original sars. and there's there's a temptation for subsequent administrations to come in and say. Oh there's some savings let's let's get rid of that we don't we don't need to fund that we can take we can take pieces out of that and so it is a a long-term question about how a very short term driven capitalist economy builds resilience and sustainability and invest for eventualities. That should they come to pass. Could destroy us but the chances of income committing to pass our our small and how how we how we as a country can come together around the notion that we still. We still need to do this even if it appears to be a cost with only even if it appears to only be a cost anything asmat much money you think. He made a lot. I don't know much for the lot. Maybe we should touch on that. The rewards of course in the production of vaccine are not just to to the company itself. They have come in the form of stock sales and the moderna has generated headlines for people people selling stock. But i don't feel bad that they got rewarded for that because you are mentioning earlier. The shorter nature of some capitalist activity. This is really long term nature. These company has been investing this technology for years and not seen a dime yet so it takes a lot of long term commitment and a lot of risk part of the reason why people are most of the reason why people take the risk is because there's better award so this is one of the few cases in which you do well by doing good. I think i think that's there and it. It really was an enormous risk if you think about raising one point. Three dollars in order to invest in developing manufacturing capability. That you do not need unless this vaccine works and really really works. I mean it it would have been the money would have been completely lost. There's a Birds that bigger is s from high. Now i have the same gut instinct to feel a little bit to feel a little bit off about it because there is there is something about profiteering off disaster. That feels wrong. Even though in a sense we we all do it. I mean i'm writing a book about the pandemic right in the sense. I'm profiteering off disaster. A couple of my other books have been about disasters namely the financial crisis and enron so in a sense i- profiteered off things that cost other people a great deal of money. And even as i say that i think you and yet that's that's how it worked. But the point pointed many people. Miss is one of the reason. Why the capitalist system is not investing enough in preparation for this extreme events is because people expect that in those events who has done. The right decision gets expropriated..

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"moderna" Discussed on Capitalisn't

Capitalisn't

04:02 min | 11 months ago

"moderna" Discussed on Capitalisn't

"Customers pricing we had indicated initially was somewhere thirty dollars a dose or above so we offered a very attractive price based on negotiation and in recognition It very much took into account the support. We've got to underwrite the phase three trials so when we talked about fifteen dollars dose while the first hundred million doses when they funded a billion dollar trial was ten dollars. A dose so We treated that way. So beyond that overall pricing we've indicated again. We recognize our role in our responsibility. Frankly to global society and so we've got a tiered pricing arrangement based on incomes by country and the the best price offer we've been making his to the low income countries that are represented through a coalition called kovacs. Where we've signed a deal for five hundred million doses. So we're you know seeking to balance on the shareholder expectations for the company with our you know social and ethical responsibility to help to address the depend democrat. Do it in a responsible way. But he's initial for example. How much money you take. If i'm not mistaken son. Alfie took more money than you dade and produce nothing as dissolved so these attention of how much money you take. And what are you giving to the governor for that money and i'll your price the drugs and and this is really difficult because as you said the value of the drug is probably several hundred dollars per doors..

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"moderna" Discussed on Capitalisn't

Capitalisn't

03:07 min | 11 months ago

"moderna" Discussed on Capitalisn't

"The people on the staff were working very closely while always respecting the requirements. And the you know the standards because everyone knew we have to maintain a high standard for approval to gate trust credibility but the speed in the focus in which the regulators both in the us and globally were operating. Was a key enabler to making. This happen quickly. So that was one. And then the second dimension was as you mentioned the manufacturing so we were producing commercial product while we were doing the trial. Which normally you do this in a serial fashion so you tested and you'd validate. Then you'd take the risks to invest but again because of the cooperation of operation warp speed. We were in a position to take more risk to do in parallel number of steps that involved taking risks cutting time and putting money at risk Which we did both share over capital as well as you know in this trial. And of course that's was was key enabler to get to market and then if i make the final part of that second dimension is a very close relationship led by a general purnell and his supply team from the military who really Were key enablers to give the supply chain Lined up in prioritize in support of our of develop. So let me ask mo the financial part you are the cfo. Probably you bargaining with the governor on the outside and while there's clearly big objective common objective together vaccine out as soon as possible you add defending the interest of your investors. And i guess mon steph slough we or whoever for him was on the other side bagging for the government. I don't know to what extent you can share this. But i did the negotiation. Take place. no it's a good question so in in the industry pricing is based on the benefit that you generate from a particular drug. How does it reduce the cost of disease cost of hospitalization. The effects of people suffering the disease in the traditional analysis. What it showed not surprisingly as the value of this vaccine was probably several hundred dollars a dose because of the dramatic impact on economies of shutting down the economy so the value was berry high. We made a strategic decision early to offer a product that was priced more closer more traditional vaccines recognizing that it was far below the economic value of the product and in the case of. Us government's the pricing that we agreed upon initially was some fifteen dollars a dose which was the lowest announced price that we've offered global late too..

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"moderna" Discussed on Capitalisn't

Capitalisn't

04:15 min | 11 months ago

"moderna" Discussed on Capitalisn't

"Then you went for canada top. Stop we start top. What prompted you to make this change in. How different these. Yeah so i joined moderna. About a year ago unexpectedly. They realized they were accompanied coming potentially to the market in twenty twenty versus about five years later and so they needed to quickly build a commercial company. And that's something. I know how to do But the fact is was such a unique and compelling lifetime opportunity to help to address the pandemic to help bring forward a new technology that we felt was very exciting. So can you give us a little. Bit of the numbers involve. So how much. Money did moderna flag in this project. And how much was part of the public private by match. Was we scap. It provided by investors. Yeah very good question. Sold the company has been developing for about ten years this new technology platform which is a truly disruptive technology platform that we many believe can impact the drugs have become available to the market so until now about a third of the proteins in the body were accessible with biotech drugs. This technology basically opens up all of the proteins in the money. The other two thirds that had been unavailable to address with medical product. So we think it has large potential. The company invested cumulatively. Several billion dollars over that last ten years and that was largely private capital. So there have been partnering very close relationship with the nih in particular becomes tony foulsham. The nih recognize the potential of this platform because of the speed at which you can do development which is unprecedented versus prior technology so we were working closely throughout with them i h but the funding was largely privates until we got into the phase three trial last year. But so you said that the app to face three most of the money was private then at dallas beat about-face three how much takes because most people don't know how much money takes to go to a face trial which is a lot. Yeah so the company had done at one point. Four billion dollar equity funding round in may of twenty twenty which was to enable it to continue to quickly progress the development of the covert vaccine seed but the phase three trial. Then we were faced again to as we entered the summer the cost of that trial was some one point. One billion dollars. Enter operation warp speed. Where i think. In retrospect they did a spectacular job of taking a portfolio approach to accelerate availability of vaccines by betting on three technologies including mri. Rene and six companies so to companies for each technology platform. Moderna was one of those six they funded our face retrial as they did with others in our case it was quite important given the fact that we were one of the companies that was pre revenue that was a key enabler working with operational warp speed amongst several key enablers to progress quickly to get to to the market was it. Just the capital are did. The government also provide other forms of assistance such as a help phase three trials and at least my understanding most importantly being able to speed up manufacturing and get the equipment necessary to really accelerate manufacturing. Yeah i would say a couple a couple of key dimensions. One was the fact that not just for moderna. But for all of these developments the fda the regulators worked twenty four by seven and literally. We would work with them on saturday on sunday..

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"moderna" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"moderna" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Moderna is reportedly looking to set up a unit in South Korea, a South Korean business publication says the Cambridge based vaccine maker has posted a notice to recruit a general manager for the operation. Separately, Moderna is joining other vaccine makers and supplying doses to the program called Kovacs, which was set up to help lower income nations. Sources say great television is in advanced talks to acquire MEREDITH's TV stations. MEREDITH has television stations in Springfield and in Hartford, Gray has stations and Burlington, Vermont and in Bangor in Presque Isle, Maine. I'm Bloomberg's Jeff Hullinger. With New England BUSINESS SON WBZ. Boston's news radio President Biden's aggressive push to cut the nation's greenhouse gas emissions in half and less than a decade is getting the turbines spinning on wind farms off the coast of Rhode Island. Federal regulators have begun a review for revolution wind and it's 100 turbine Wind Farm off Block Island. It joined several others in New England waters ready to go Vineyard Wind is set to be the first With an opening target for 2023. The Environmental Protection Agency moves to cut the use of a powerful climate polluter using refrigeration and air conditioning. CBS News Environmental correspondent Ben Tracy has more the Environmental Protection Agency is moving to phase down the use of a potent greenhouse gas. Used it most refrigerators and air conditioners. They're cold hydrofluorocarbons and are thousands of times more potent than carbon dioxide. When it comes to warming the planet EPA is proposing a new rule, which would reduce their use by 85% over the next 15 years. This is the first time the federal government has set national limits on HFCs and is part of the body administration's goal to cut US greenhouse gas emissions in half. 2030 Ben Tracy. CBS NEWS Washington Our kids next in line for the covert vaccine will explain up neck way saved serious cash with our progressive home and auto bundle can use the money to buy a new boat who's ready to water ski. This'd is not a real testimony off. Sure, Customers can save big.

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

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

02:45 min | 1 year ago

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

"Yanni welcome to technician. It's great to speak with you today. Thank you for having me peter. Now it's a pleasure. Well marcello you are the chief digital and operational excellence officer of moderna and moderna is certainly a company that many who are listening. We'll be familiar with given the importance of the company during the pandemic. But i wonder if you could take a quick moment to just give a thumbnail sketches to moderna business. Yeah so so. Madonna was founded the now almost ten years ago and on the promise of messenger army and as a as a medicine. So what messenger irony does. It's in your daily activity. Your body produces probably billions of messenger. Made that goes to the dna and from did the enemy they could use protein and protein. This is what makes your body works. And so what madonna does is we sympathize. This messenger aurigny and send instructions to the cell to produce those proteins to prevent or cure diseases so simple. This is what we do and this can be declined in many many settings a to either prevent ocular diseases so the most the most known one is the vaccine. Because what we do was the vaccine is with produce the protein that exist on the surface of the virus and let your immune system respond to this to those protein and build the date munity against those proteins and by building this unity when the virus come the virus has exactly the same signature because those are protein from the surface of the virus and f. Our immune system is ready to replicate against the buyers. So this is the setting of vaccines but we do as well work on on quality. We were on rare disease. We walk on autoimmune so we have twenty plus programs in at different stages in development at that stage. If i take another example and let's say grab diseases. Diseases they usually. You're missing a either a protein. An enzyme or something is missing in yaw dna. So what we do is sympathize. Missing protein was the code of this gene is missing from the dna and the messenger army and we send them instructs the cells to produce those those proteins or enzymes. That are missing..

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

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

01:59 min | 1 year ago

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

"Taxation i'm peter. Hi my guess. Today's marcelo dumb. Yanni the chief digital and operational excellence officer at moderna a cambridge massachusetts based biotechnology company. That's been at the forefront of the code beck development and distribution in this rule marcello spoke on both digitisation and process excellence in his interview. We discussed how moderna is using. Messenger are age. Prevent and cure diseases such as covid nineteen aspects of moderna data strategy. And how the company has used data to run the most effective clinical trials possible. We discuss how. Madonna is building a digital environment and how covert accelerated the company's digitisation and lastly we discussed the emerging technologies moderna has used in its digitisation journey the importance of being. Agile in. how you adjust your day to day tactical activity to the strategy that you're building and a variety of other topics you enjoy technical..

"moderna" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"moderna" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"moderna" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"moderna" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"moderna" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"moderna" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"moderna" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"moderna" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"moderna" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"moderna" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"Big up in a lot of stocks today while others took it on the chin because of the announcement of a second vaccine that's been found to be extremely effective for tackling corona virus. This when from dirna uses a whole different process of developing a vaccine has been found to be incredibly reliable by they're telling ninety four percent effective. The one we just heard about recently from pfizer was more than ninety percent effective. Don't remember a specific number beyond that. But what these vaccines mean is that if they are widely enough to topped it by americans and people overseas that corona virus will fade into i a nuisance and then fade into oblivion and this is enormously positive news for our lives and our health and incredibly great for the economy is moving forward to have this kind of very very positive information coming about us. Being able to tackle corona virus. The irony of it is that stocks. That are what are called. Stay at homes. They didn't like this. I mean investors in those stocks. Things that make your couch potatoes watching streaming <hes>. Various activities like working out on home gym equipment instead of going to a fitness center. Anything that was about us. Nesting the stock market is like. Yeah well that was fun while that lasted but stocks that involve people getting out and feeling comfortable to do things again. That people have been reluctant to do or have done a lot. Less of those stocks have performed very well and this is in the midst of us. Having the worst corona virus outbreak in the united states since corona virus came on the scene the number of people getting covert positive tests is extremely high. The death rate is climbing <hes>. Day by day and the number of people who are infected has gone up. The one piece of good news is that the exhausted medical personnel treating people for corona virus. No much better how to treat people. Now who do come down with it. And so the one ray of hope. Is that the number of people that will die from this. Enormous outbreak is significantly less as a ratio then died back in the spring but we do have a really rough ride straight in front of us followed by what will be continual improving picture in twenty one as the number of vaccines produced increases the numbers distributed and taken <hes> increases. It will allow us to destroy. The effect corona virus has had on us healthwise and as an economy one footnote. You may not be aware of. There's one big advantage for distribution of moderna vaccine versus the other and that is that it doesn't require extremely special handling in terms of temperature control that's required for the year early good news about a vaccine that seems to be very successful so this is good stuff moving forward. It's just we got a tough immediate picture in front of us both economically and for health.

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