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"novavax" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:34 min | 1 d ago

"novavax" Discussed on WTOP

"The red today. Minnesota, and it looks like we'll mark some losses, the downs down 58, the S&P 500 is down 18. That's a half percent. The NASDAQ's down a 151 points that is one and a quarter percent. The sell off in Gaithersburg based novavax stock, accelerated today, it shares lost as much as 30% today. After cutting its COVID vaccine sales forecast, novavax is now 80% below its last record high, wiping out $17 billion in market value, spirit airlines says passengers are paying about 24% more for tickets than they were before the pandemic. Spirit still lost money last quarter on rising jet fuel costs, which are double what they were three years ago. Homegrown district taco is going nationwide. It'll start franchising. District tacos started as a taco stand in Rosalind in 2009 it has grown to 14 locations in 300 employees, the cofounder immigrated to the U.S. at age 18. Jeff Klebold news. All right, Jeff, thanks. Feels like as much as 106° out there this afternoon, and with them all this heat and humidity, we have the possibility of some storms. We'll keep an eye on those for you. Plus the latest reaction to former president Trump's Florida state getting graded by the FBI, three 56. The roar of our engines, the pump of our heartbeats, the pedal to our metal. The sparks that ignite us, the pistons that push us, the passions that drive us. From

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"novavax" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

"novavax" Discussed on WTOP

"A Bloomberg money minute. Just as COVID-19 cases start to rise again, Americans are getting another tool to fight the virus. The FDA has cleared a COVID vaccine developed by novavax, the fourth approved in the U.S., the shot is more similar to classic vaccines than the technology used by Moderna and Pfizer, officials hope that it may find greater acceptance among vaccine hesitant adults. Amazon's annual prime day sales event is in the books, and we should get a final sales tally today. Day one was the biggest online shopping day so far this year, according to the Adobe digital economy index, a Frito lay variety pack was the top seller. Spirit airlines is again delaying a shareholder vote on a plan to sell itself to frontier airlines. Frontier sought the delay to give it time to build support in the face of a higher bid from JetBlue, the vote which had been scheduled for this week will now be held July 27th. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Laurie kofsky, on WTO. He had one 26. An orthopedic surgeon makes understanding pain, painless. It's the biggest frustration that patients have. This is doctor Pamela Mehta, talking about aches with unexpected origins. I see patients with pain in their knees, their hips, their back, oftentimes the pain is actually coming from their feet. Bet they aren't expecting to hear that. Those patients are super surprised. They can't believe that the pain in their knee isn't coming from actually inside the meat. But if you think about it, the feet are the base to your whole body. That's why she suggests personally fit arch supports, emphasis on the personal fit. If you get something basting it just on your shoe size, it isn't going to fit you properly. And if it doesn't fit well, it probably won't work well. Go get our supports fitted

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US regulators OK new COVID-19 shot option from Novavax

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

US regulators OK new COVID-19 shot option from Novavax

"The U.S. is getting another vaccine choice for COVID-19 I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest The Food and Drug Administration has cleared novavax shots for people 18 and older The novavax shot is a protein based vaccine which is a more traditional type of vaccine than Pfizer and Moderna shots Nearly a quarter of American adults still have not gotten their primary vaccinations and experts expect at least some of them to roll up their sleeves for this more conventional option The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention must first recommend how they should be used and a decision is expected next week I'm Lisa

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"novavax" Discussed on The Readout Loud

The Readout Loud

07:43 min | 2 months ago

"novavax" Discussed on The Readout Loud

"But with this drug, they were able to show that you could take these women who have her too low, breast cancer, and treat them with a her two targeted drug in her two and get these profound benefits. The survival benefit. So it really does kind of open up this new way of treating patients with breast cancer. We're like a most women now who get breast cancer we will say most women who unfortunately have breast cancer that progresses so that it gets into the metastatic setting will find benefit from in her two. So that's kind of why you got the standing ovation. That's why people are calling it practice changing. So it feels like almost every cancer conference for the last couple of years has also been something of a referendum on Gilead Sciences, a company we talk about a lot who's incredible success in virology was followed up with a quixotic path to becoming a player in developing cancer treatments that might have practice changing data like you just described. So what's the Gilead news coming out of asco? Are they up or down? Am I being too crass about this? But where do they stand? Yeah, you know, if the big winners from a corporate perspective were AstraZeneca and daiichi sankyo, I think the biggest loser and I hate to use that term. But it's kind of true. The biggest loser coming out of asco from a corporate perspective was Gilead scientists. And partly because of in her two because that drug will compete against the breast cancer drug that Gilead bad it's called tridel V they spend $22 billion to acquire that drug through the acquisition of immunomedics back in 2020 and they were hoping that at this asco that they would have a study that would show a benefit for patients and would expand the use of trudel V into patients in the patients with that her two negative type of breast cancer. You know, it was one of these things where the study was technically positive. You know, it hit statistical significance, but the numerical benefit on tumor progression was really small, like at the BD and it was one and a half months, basically. So the doctors that I spoke to and I think the doctors are a lot of doctors who, a lot of reporters and others spoke to analysts included, felt like that benefit was just kind of underwhelming. And that it really wasn't going to be enough to convince a lot of a lot of doctors to use the drug in that setting. It was one of those unfortunate instances where Gilead just sort of came on the wrong side. You know, they also had some data and update on another one of their drugs called mcgrill and again, underwhelming, you know, that is a drug they spent about $5 billion to acquire, they bought a company called 47. This is one of those anti CD 47 antibodies like the don't eat that don't eat me cancer signal. Again, an update from an earlier study, the efficacy of that drug to sort of keeps ticking lower every time they update the study to the point now where I think a lot of people are wondering whether they have a couple of ongoing phase three studies, whether those are actually going to work or not. If they do work, that the benefit will be so small that it'll just won't matter. Dano day, you know, comes into Gilead new CEO when he starts buying up a lot of things, doing a lot of deals. But those deals really haven't panned out. And there's even a discussion, I think that, which this study was in advanced HR positive her two negative breast cancer, which is the most common type of breast cancer, but turd Elvis also already approved in metastatic triple negative breast cancer and I saw some discussion from analysts that perhaps in her two might even encroach in that space, even though these data were not focused there. What was your perspective on that Adam? Yeah, I mean, I think there's a chance of it. So a lot of the physicians that I spoke to, including physicians, including physicians who worked on the Gilead study, right? So there may be a little bit more inclined to sort of be in Gilead's camera. They admitted to me. They said, look, you know, if a patient comes to me, I'm going to use in her two first. And if a patient relapses after that, if the tumor is growing in, then I may reach for fidelity, but it's definitely sort of in the number two slot. Whereas in her two is going to get most of the most of the use. There's also a study that got a lot of attention, it was a very small study, but another really seemingly great piece of news, a study in rectal cancer that found GlaxoSmithKline's anti PD-1 antibody helped 18 out of 18 patients in this trial in a setting where they didn't really expect to see such benefit, right, Adam? Yeah, it was a study that got a lot of pressure, and I know the times wrote a story about it. We wrote a story about it. And what's interesting here, it's an example of where we can use drugs to target a specific. In this case, rare genetic mutation, regardless of where the tumor is located. Now, in this case, this was all patients with rectal cancer, but there have been cases where, you know, it's a rare genetic mutation they call it mismatch repair that occurs in tumor types. And so these drugs are just really effective and what was notable about the study that you mentioned Meg was that 100% complete response rate. And it's something you don't just don't see a 100% remissions of cancer in clinical studies. And this again, this was a small study, and it was an a rare mutation, but you know, that 100% complete remission, which meant that every patient had a complete disappearance of their tumors. You know, that obviously gets a lot of attention. And it's great news. Obviously. So finally, among all of the many oncology and oncology adjacent people convening in Chicago was one whose words tend to carry a lot of weight. That's Richard pazder, who is the head of oncology, drug reviewing at the FDA and Adam I know you spoke. How is Rick doing? Rick's doing great, so Rick pastor was one of the guests at a stat event. We had on Friday night in Chicago. We had him talking to actually he spoke to Matt Herbert, our colleague in a one on one conversation. And, you know, like you said, anytime Rick pastor speaks in public, people want to know what he says since he's the top cancer drug regulator at the FDA. And they spend a lot of time in the conversation that they had during our event. On accelerator approvals and kind of what's going on with that, you know, there's been a lot of criticism of the FDA about lax standards, lowering of standards or mostly like the FDA sort of not following up and sort of forcing companies to confirm the clinical benefit of drugs that are approved under accelerated approval. And there's been some efforts in Congress to kind of tighten the rules about that. So just to make sure that if you are going to speed a drug to market, using accelerated approval, that you do the confirmatory study quickly enough so that you can find out whether or not there is actually a true benefit. And if there is not, then you want to remove that drug from the market because it's not helping people. And like I said, the FDA is obviously taking its lumps on this and its share of criticism, maybe most noteworthy with Rick sort of just rejected that the FDA has any real responsibility here. He sort of liked he placed a lot of the blame on the drug makers and the drug industry for the way that they design the studies.

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 New vaccine may be option for troops with religious concerns

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

New vaccine may be option for troops with religious concerns

"The novavax vaccine under consideration by the FDA may become an option for some people hesitant due to religious concerns including members of the military The protein based COVID-19 vaccine by latecomer novavax that's already in use in Europe and in the late stages of review by the FDA could help with a problem military officials have seen many of the 27,000 troops who sought a religious exemption cited certain vaccines remote connection to abortions novavax says that no human fetal derived cell lines or tissue were used at any stage of production for its vaccine Mike berry with the first liberty institute whose representing a number of sailors and airmen in vaccine related lawsuits says some vaccine opponents may see novavax as an amenable option

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"novavax" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:20 min | 2 months ago

"novavax" Discussed on WTOP

"Is WTO news Double duty will be new side about 1222 In health news this morning Americans may soon have another COVID vaccine option It's one that maybe more appealing to some who have been hesitant about the new technology of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines The Food and Drug Administration FDA and advisers there have voted to recommend the authorization of the shock developed by Gaithersburg based novavax This morning Washington Post healthcare reporter made it near a pill It was more about the shot and how it's different from the existing shots At the heart of a vaccine is building a spike protein to fight against the virus The Pfizer BioNTech vaccines and the Moderna vaccines they use messenger RNA to instruct the cell how to build the spike protein That's a new technology The novavax one it uses a tried and true familiar method where you're manufacturing and purifying the coronavirus spike proteins in a laboratory And they actually use cells from a moth in order to do so Novavax is already approved in 40 other countries so what is taking the company so long to get its data in front of the FDA Well there's a different process in the United States and they're held to higher standards here So one of the issues is that the novavax vaccine requires a more time consuming technology and it's a smaller company that's had a growing pains including manufacturer delays and with the FDA the vaccine makers have to demonstrate that their product is consistent every batch and every file So that's why it's taken longer in the United States He founded them just curious The Johnson & Johnson shot which largely isn't used here any longer did not use RNA technology either Is this new shot different from the technology behind the J&J Yes so the difference between Johnson & Johnson and novavax is Johnson & Johnson used a harmless version of the virus to build that spike protein Novavax is building it out in a lab not using a harmless version of the virus Is there any timeline for this to get on down the road and get into the market It's not going to be as quick as the other vaccines were because it requires several more meetings and they're still waiting for additional data But we're looking at.

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"novavax" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:26 min | 2 months ago

"novavax" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"After the company cleared a key FDA hurdle in its effort to bring a new COVID vaccine to market shares opening just moments ago after being halted for an entire trading day shares are up more than 20% right now. Let's get to make Terrell at the details Meg. Hey, Mel will an outside panel of advisers to the FDA voted 21 to zero with just one abstention in favor of recommending novavax's COVID vaccine for emergency use authorization. Now this would be just the primary two dose series of novavax's vaccine and so a lot of people are wondering what role is this going to play right now? Well, the CDC today and the FDA meeting pointed out their 27 million Americans who still haven't had their first dose of a COVID vaccine. There is some hope that the company and even the FDA has expressed that perhaps having this more traditional vaccine technology, not the newer mRNA vaccine, might bring some of those people over, but I spoke with Novak's CEO Stan irk just now, asked him about the importance of this vaccine given the landscape. Here's what he said. So we have a big role to play out there. There's COVID is going to be around for a long time. It's moving to omicron. There's boosting to be done. There's a whole world of adolescents in children to be vaccinated. And I think our vaccine is perfect for that. And he told me they are planning to submit quickly a data for a booster dose. Of course, the FDA is going to meet in two weeks to talk about updating the vaccines for the fall. He said they started clinical trials of omicron based vaccines last week. Now, this is a huge moment for this company, which has been around for such a long time. Stock was down to something like $4 before the pandemic began, a 150 employees, quite a big turnaround. We've seen through the pandemic, although it took a long time to get to this point. Melissa, is there any indication that this shot can be used as a booster to mRNA vaccines or we don't know that yet? That is an expectation, we're going to have to see the data and how the FDA consider that, but they have generated data looking at that in the im response that happens when they do that. And of course, for a lot of people, that would be the way they would encounter this vaccine. But I also spoke with one of the advisers tonight who noted, we need to keep improving these vaccines because this is going to be with us this virus for a long time and a lot of kids are going to continue to be born who haven't been vaccinated yet. So it'll be used potentially both ways. All right, Meg, thank you, Meg turro guy. The average price target I think on novavax is like a $131. I think Jeff, I think Jeffrey's just initiated or raised their price target to one 80 ish. I'll say this. The risk reward if you the word I like to use Mel, have the temerity to venture into. There's other words you could have used. Well, no, I could have, but listen, this is a friendly show. We don't use those types of words, okay? Courage. The courage. Oh, nice. Yes, what gives a muskrat is Musk, Mel. Say it, cowardly lying. Oh, you left me. I think novavax was higher from here. Despite the $9 move in the aftermarket, I think you can make a compelling case that this stock should be twice of where it currently is trading. Well, are you an mRNA still? No, I've never been in MIT. No, in fact, if you compare the two, you can pretty much look at the same two thirds cut down move. They lost, I don't know, 20 bucks a share last year at novavax. They're expected if you look at the forward to make 20 bucks a share. I don't even think you're somewhere in the middle. So BioTech to me is not a safe place right now. Even a company doing great things like this. Coming.

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"novavax" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:50 min | 2 months ago

"novavax" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"The lemelson foundation This is all things considered from NPR news I'm Sasha Pfeiffer in Cambridge Massachusetts And I'm Marie Louise Kelly in Washington Another COVID-19 vaccine just inched much closer to becoming available in the U.S. a key federal advisory committee today recommended the Food and Drug Administration authorized the vaccine Let's bring an NPR health correspondent rob Stein a rub Louise Okay so this new COVID vaccine has now won the endorsement of this FDA committee And this vaccine is different from the ones we've already got because why remind me Yes that's absolutely right What makes it different from the other vaccine is that it uses a much more conventional approach to simulate the immune system You probably remember the Moderna and Pfizer BioNTech vaccines inject genetic code for making a protein from the virus into the body This vaccine which is made by a company called novavax injects a version of that protein itself and the vaccine also uses a substance designed to fire up the immune system even more known as an adjuvant It's made from the bark of a tree that grows in South America The vaccine has already been used pretty widely in other countries Today that FDA advisory committee voted overwhelmingly to recommend the agency authorized the nova vaccine for any one ages 18 and older after concluding that two shots three weeks apart appear to work just about as well as the Moderna and Pfizer BioNTech vaccines Now the vaccine may cause a swelling of the heart and rare cases that's also occurred in some people getting the other vaccines But that link remains unclear and the FDA advisers to include the potential benefits of the nova vaccine at Wayne risk Although I'm still trying to figure out if the committee thinks the novavax vaccine appears to be on par work about as well with the vaccines we already have Is the advantage here that people who haven't been persuaded to get the vaccines already out there might try this new one Bingo you hit it right now around the head me and Louise The thinking is this vaccine couldn't hire some of those people who still haven't gotten vaccinated to finally get protected You know about one third of people who are eligible are not fully vaccinated which is a big reason why hundreds of people are still dying every day from COVID-19 The nova vaccine that could be used by people who can't take the Moderna or Pfizer BioNTech vaccine for some reason like maybe they're prone to severe allergic reactions And there's also the hope that it might be more acceptable to people who are nervous about the new genetic technology Moderna and Pfizer BioNTech use or believe some of the misinformation about those vaccines even though the FDA has found both of those vaccines to be safe and effective Here's how doctor Peter marks from the FDA put it at the start of today's day long hearing We do have a.

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Dr. Sam Pappas: We've Learned Natural Immunity & New Treatments Work

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 6 months ago

Dr. Sam Pappas: We've Learned Natural Immunity & New Treatments Work

"So now we have multiple vaccines. Now we have France's Collins and others saying, yes, there are issues of heart inflammation, myocarditis. We have gone much further than what you helped me with originally, which is hydroxychloroquine, the Z pack, then Ivermectin came along now. We have the new nova, the new vaccine that's still under testing. Novavax. So tell us about what we have learned in just the last few months about COVID and the way to treat it. Well, we've learned that natural immunity is fantastic. We kind of knew that already, but it's been proven now multiple multiple times, but still not acknowledged, so we know natural immunity is a great place to be in a safety net. We know that many, many more treatments are out there and as the variants have gotten weaker and the new variant omicron and I want to listeners to know that's how you pronounce it. It's omicron. Yeah, not Omni cron. So you know, I had a trachea. I actually found that the British, I went and I checked with the 83 year old Professor of anatomy at Stanford from the UK and it is tricky and not in America. But in the original, real English, it's tricky. That's an intro from the last excellent. You do your homework. So we've learned that with the new variants that the treatments are much more effective that less people are getting hospitalized and having serious complications. It's a milder version. And attacking mostly the upper, which is less dangerous. Once it goes into the lower into the alveoli, that's really dangerous, especially for the elderly. Exactly. But I'm a little different than a lot of my peers who are for early treatment. Many of them say, well, only if you're 50 or above, and my take is, this can have a chronic component to it,

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"novavax" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

11:21 min | 7 months ago

"novavax" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A global news update representative Denny Thompson doesn't think all protesters at the January 6th riot came with ill intent Some people came upset with what happened in the November election Appearing on NBC's meet the press the chairman of the House select committee investigating the capitol attack explained that it was a chance meeting of angry protesters and those who came with ulterior motives Federal aid is on the way to help those affected by the Colorado wildfire President Biden approved a disaster declaration early Saturday for those impacted by a massive wildfire that destroyed hundreds of homes north of Denver almost a thousand homes burned down and more than 30,000 people had to be evacuated three people are missing and presumed dead Another drug company may be offering a COVID vaccine this year the novavax BioTech company filed its final data with the FDA on Friday Novavax says if all goes according to plan its next step will be to submit a request for emergency approval within the next month The company says its COVID vaccine is protein based setting it apart from Pfizer Moderna and Johnson & Johnson That's the latest I'm Dina kodiak I'm Barry ritholtz you're listening to masters and business on Bloomberg radio My extra special guest this week is professor Richard nisbet of University of Michigan I want to talk about some of the things you've discussed about the state of psychological research and academic research in general most importantly with the reproduction problem tell us what's happening in the ability to reproduce academic research Right Well this is a matter of some passion for me as you might imagine Several years ago psychologist named Brian nozick and a lot of other psychologists published an article in science claiming that only 50% of the psychology experiments that they attempted to replicate actually did replicate By the way even if that were true which it isn't It would be better than what the drug companies do Their replication rate is significantly lower than 50% But the research was deeply flawed in many ways For one thing a lot of the studies were chosen because someone found the results to be implausible So only 50% of the on their face of it implausible research got reproduced would be the way to describe what they did They did a lot of things that were astonishingly far from what the original investigators did Italians were asked of opinions about African Americans Well they don't have the same understanding of African Americans in Italy that we do People are asked how they would feel about flubbing a question in college class but people who replicating this by somebody who makes an error in business It's quite a different kind of thing And if you improve on this situation you'll get about 80% people 80% of studies replicating This simply asking the investigator of the study saying look this is our understanding of what you did is that right and they say yes go ahead or know you're missing something there Just that gets it up to 80% But in fact there was it's extremely misleading to talk about the replicability of randomly selected studies let alone the replicability of implausible seeming studies Because I've asked I started asking people after this came out can you think of any finding in psychology which seemed interesting and important when it came out that then turns out not to be the case and doesn't replicate And people have to think for a while I've only got a list of about a half dozen studies like that at this point So that's enough to tell you we don't have a replicability problem It's a certain run of the male studies or studies have been vetted appropriately There's a very low rate of misinformation getting into the system And you're talking about actual lab studies not things like Freud's abstract theory of the ID subsequently being replaced by a different thesis of psychology You're talking about actual experimental psychology Right Let me give you an example One thing that we haven't gotten onto is how incredibly much we are affected by small situational content contextual things In our lives we're in affected unconsciously Want to clever study you have people hold a pencil in their mouth with a end of the pencil pointing in which gives you kind of a sour puss one feel when you do that Are you have them hold it between their teeth horizontal to the floor which makes it makes you feel like you're smiling and you have people look at cartoons under one of these conditions or the other And sure enough people who have been forced to smile think the cartoons are funnier So then there's like ten or 20 studies attempting to replicate that effect and they don't find it So that study just drops out people stop referring to it It doesn't work It turns out that all of the studies that attempted to replicate this have a video camera on the person Very the person knows that he's being watched The whole point about this thing is that you're unaware in a conscious way of the fact that you're facial expression has been manipulated and that's what allows the effect to occur So sure enough when you do it with the video camera you don't get the effect when you do it without the video camera You do get the effect So the work is really very bad On the other hand I will say That Article started a movement to look at the practices of psychologist research practices And there have been a number of improvements You're more likely going back to the law of large numbers you're more likely to get a spurious result if you use a small number of subjects Sure Because you may get something happening that isn't very likely to happen You just use a small enough sample that you get it So I went back and looked at some of the studies early in my career and I was appalled And how few subjects I used Including the studies that I mentioned about externalizing arousal effects He ends of 12 per cell And I was just inappropriate And over time like everybody else drifted to much larger numbers of cases than that But now no one would ever use in the slow is Most of us used at least some of the time decades ago And there are other practices to some good some not so good But the ones that are good they're valuable but they have changed people's behavior So speaking of doing experiments I'm kind of fascinated by things like introspective reports where people are verbally describing what they're thinking about how they're thinking and you kind of reach the conclusion that these sorts of things at best people can explain what they think they're thinking about but not really how they actually think Tell us a bit about that Right Well some of my favorite studies here about showing that we don't know what's going on in our heads One beautiful one shows people of matrix of four cells Up down right left And it tells us that I'm going to put an X on the computer screen and one of those quadrants And I want you to predict where it's going to appear So early on this does terribly And he gets better and better As time goes on That's because there are rules that are determining where that X appears It never appears in the same quadrant twice It has to appear in quadrant two before it can appear in quadrant four Et cetera Complicated rule system And we know that people have learned the rules because when you change the rules they fall back down to chance level Now you ask the subject say tell me you were doing so great there And then it kind of say you kind of fell apart What happened And I said well I just lost the rhythm And psychology professors and some of the subjects and one of them said well I think you were showing me distracting symbols Subliminally So here are people learning rules that are quite complicated And no awareness that they've learned those rules at all That's quite interesting What's that That's quite interesting Yeah So the Nobel Prize winner economist organizational psychologist cognitive psychologist Herbert Simon won the Nobel Prize and for a while was going around saying I do think aloud protocols I have people solve problems and they think aloud And that tells me the process that they're using to solve the problem And my reaction was well no it just says that they can tell you how their theory of how they would have solved the problem which happens to correspond to your theory but that isn't necessarily what's going on That's absolutely fascinating We've been speaking with professor Richard nisbet of.

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Novavax files data with FDA to support vaccine

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Novavax files data with FDA to support vaccine

"A a drug drug maker maker is is moving moving closer closer to to asking asking for for emergency emergency use use approval approval of of its its long long awaited awaited covert covert nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine the the vaccine vaccine from from Novavax Novavax would would be be the the fourth fourth authorized authorized in in the the U. U. S. S. and and different different from from the the other other three three it's it's a a protein protein vaccines vaccines similar similar to to shots shots along along used used against against other other diseases diseases which which may may appeal appeal to to those those hesitant hesitant to to use use vaccines vaccines made made with with newer newer technologies technologies studies studies show show it's it's ninety ninety percent percent effective effective against against symptomatic symptomatic infection infection from from earlier earlier corona corona virus virus variants variants Novavax Novavax says says it's it's testing testing how how the the shots shots hold hold up up against against Omicron Omicron the the company company says says it it has has filed filed data data with with the the FDA FDA to to support support clearance clearance the the final final hurdle hurdle to to formally formally submitting submitting an an emergency emergency use use application application Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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"novavax" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:58 min | 8 months ago

"novavax" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Ahead of the January 5th a 5G rollout the aviation industry calls such cuts as quote inadequate the trade group airlines for America says that the industry is concerned that 5 to 5G clash could end up costing as much as $2.1 billion in flight disruptions Okay having a good to the arc fund CEO Kathy wood she's a softening her projections for return rates Keenan tells us what happened Woods put out that market comment piece Friday that originally said her more concentrated flagship strategy fund could bring in 40% compound annual returns for the next 5 years There were many on Wall Street that questioned the wisdom and legality of such a statement because check out her fund It is down more than 20% year to date Last year it was up almost 150% So a completely different story in 2021 and arc has now published an update at a clarifying footnote that says quote please note that our provides this statement from its original version to clarify any misperceptions in the marketplace The footnote goes on to say that the statement is based on arc's research views and assumption and is not a guarantee for future results Novavax expecting to have data on its COVID-19 vaccine's efficacy against the army current variants soon Here is a CEO standing ick We're evaluating the syrup from people who have already been vaccinated and looking at the response of the antibody responses to overcrowd We'll have those data within days And so our expectation based upon what we saw with alpha beta and delta is is that we'll have a robust protective level of antibodies with overcrowded just as we have with the others Now we've got Eric also saying he believes the company's vaccine can be used as a mix and match booster shot and in other news novavax vaccine gained clearance from European regulators this week It's shot currently isn't cleared for use in the United States that the company says it expects to file with the FDA by the end of the year Asian day getting underway certainly the moment getting into full swing Well not quite because we're an hour away from Shanghai and Hong Kong I'm going to the market We've got bloomers Brian Curtis having a look at the market action and certainly the gains that we were expecting Not quite a materializing as we sing also these U.S. futures turned down Yeah as we look at it it seems like most of the gains that we saw earlier we already had many or some of those gains in the session yesterday If you looked at Asian equities on yesterday's session it was a day where a lot of major benchmarks moved higher and it wasn't all that easy to see the catalyst just as this morning It's not all that easy to see the catalyst for giving back a little bit I think it's thin trading here holiday week perhaps a lot of traders not at their desks And things are getting pushed around a little bit The nikkei is up just a tenth of a percent after opening a much higher the AX 200 is flat to slightly lower New Zealand is down about two tenths of 1% It cost me does have some gains there up about four tenths of 1% So you mentioned some of the positives there with novavax and with Merck and also with Pfizer and President Biden lifted send him a little bit saying that he thought that build back better still had some room to run and that he could work with Joe Manchin or thought he could And so that did lead to some pretty sharp gains in Europe with a Dax up 1.4% The NASDAQ got 2.4% and the S&P 500 up 1.8% So we're just chopping around a little bit here at the moment The Bloomberg spot index is also moving sideways Dalian is at one 1409 here So we've seen consistently in the last 24 hours a week or yen and a stronger dollar although we have a stronger Chinese currency against the greenback the CNH 6 37 70 we had yields move up in the U.S. session and now we are trickling a little bit lower Yield on the tenure now 1.45% so down a couple of basis points the two year yield at 65 basis points down one from earlier WTI crude is still hanging on to gains up two tenths of 1% 71 27 A couple of quick notes Bitcoin rose the most in more than a month it's trading now at 48,918 and Apple got its rating its credit rating lifted to triple a by moody's investor's service and there's not many companies that have that in the U.S. just Microsoft and J&J in addition to now apple Rashad back to you All right that's a look at the markets.

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"novavax" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

07:04 min | 9 months ago

"novavax" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Pies this year That was Becky liscom Daniel palacios and Sarah Williams remembering their loved ones who died of COVID-19 A new kind of COVID-19 vaccine is about to roll out around the world It's called a protein subunit vaccine early on in the pandemic many experts thought this was the kind of vaccine that would be most likely to succeed and so far it hasn't NPR's Joe Parker has this story about why it's taken so long for these vaccines to be ready for distribution and why they're still needed When operation warp speed began spending billions of dollars to facilitate the development of a COVID vaccine it shows three vaccine technologies to back mRNA vaccines being developed by Pfizer and Moderna viral vector vaccines like Johnson & Johnson and protein subunit vaccines being made by Sanofi and novavax The first through technologies were successful mRNA vaccines wildly successful And there are now billions of vaccine doses in this country and around the world A year ago novavax was confident its protein subunit vexing would also be out there Here's Greg Glen novavax president of research and development in an interview we did in September last year We have a massive number of people working on scaling up our vaccine I am very optimistic by the end of the year we'll have a lot of product and we're talking about more than 2 billion doses in 2021 But Glenn's optimism was misguided A large study of the vaccine took longer to complete than was hoped and the company ran into manufacturing problems Sanofi also stumbled with its protein subunit vaccine I think we were assuming that the protein subunit vaccines or we play a big role in accelerating development of a COVID vaccine Julie mcelrath directs the vaccine and infectious disease division at the Fred Hutchinson cancer research center in Seattle Macarthur says she and her colleagues confidence came because there were already subunit vaccines on the market for infectious diseases This kind of vaccine works by injecting people with a tiny portion of the virus in the case of the COVID-19 vaccine just the so called spike protein Protein subunit vaccines tend to be very stable so they don't require freezers for storage a regular refrigerator is adequate This makes distributing the vaccine to low resource countries much easier Macarthur is convinced that subunit vaccines can still play a role in combating the pandemic It's just that they're just a little further behind than the others It might seem that the novavax vaccine is arriving too late to make a difference Ali Al abedi is an immunologist at Washington University in St. Louis He says you shouldn't think of the novavax vaccine as a duplication of effort From a scientific perspective would be definitely great to have a certain vaccine Helvetii primarily studies mRNA vaccines He says these are new and scientists are still learning their strengths and weaknesses To do that it would be useful to have a large group of people vaccinated with a more familiar vaccine for comparison Having multiple options is always a good idea That day appears to be coming Large studies of the vaccine have shown that it works extremely well and so far there are no safety concerns Novavax has begun filing for emergency use authorization with various regulatory agencies Sylvia Taylor is vice president of global corporate affairs and investor relations for novavax We have filed for authorization all over the world including in the UK Australia Canada New Zealand These filings mean novavax thinks it's licked its manufacturing problems because getting an authorization requires convincing regulators you can reliably produce the vaccine Taylor expects the company will seek emergency use authorization in this country early next year She says to boost manufacturing capacity the company has teamed up with several vaccine manufacturers including the Serum Institute of India the world's largest manufacturer of vaccines So we have a tremendous amount of confidence that with everything we have learned over the past year as well as the expertise of all of our partners that will be in a great position to produce over 2 billion doses in 2022 That may sound familiar Perhaps now its achievable Joe Parker NPR news This year you can add an insurrection vaccination status and the nature of truth itself to the list of topics that could threaten to derail your Thanksgiving dinner And since we're well into the day maybe they already have But if it's not too late and you're I don't know looking for an escape hatch from a wine soaked political debate David orlik wants to help We created this game to help reduce Thanksgiving anxiety or anxiety and make this whole day lovely Thank society dot com is a project of a startup called anyone or like is it CEO And the game is basically a conversation prompt generator So you can either swipe between them until you find the topic that you like where that you think would work around the table Or you can shuffle and get around on topic Some of the prompts are lighter fare for instance what your all time favorite condiment Or take two sitcom characters from different shows and match them to costar in a brand new show of your own creation But some are deeper Here's one of Euler's favorites What's the lesson your parents taught you Either actively or by example that sticks with you to this day That question you know in itself can tell your whole life story Like the values that were brought up with tend to stick with us And it's a great way to understand where someone is coming from Full disclosure some of the prompts do seem to flirt with those dreaded political topics you might see what do you think is the role or responsibility of billionaires in our society Mortality is also on the menu for instance what happens after we die But orlik says even fraught topics can yield productive conversations with the right approach Just that act the act of asking something and listening rather than coming in full force and telling people how things are I think produces a completely different result But if that still seems dicey you could always retreat to that safest of topics Tom Hanks What is your favorite Tom Hanks movie and why I mean is it cast the way is it forest camp Is it Toy Story Is it a league of their own resort to pop culture if all else fails Although if your uncle answers the polar express it's okay to ask him to leave This is NPR news This is.

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"novavax" Discussed on Daily Coronavirus Update

Daily Coronavirus Update

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"novavax" Discussed on Daily Coronavirus Update

"As they say they're to dose shot is ninety percent effective at preventing symptomatic of in one thousand nine while it may not make much of an impact in the us it is expected to be a welcome addition to the global vaccination. Effort approval may still take a few months as they ramp up their manufacturing processes but it is still a big win for novak who has never won an approval for a vaccine peter. Loftus pharmaceutical reporter at the wall street journal joins us for what to know. Thanks for joining us. Peter thanks for having me on got some good news on the vaccine front although it might be a little too late here in the united states novak's has come out with some results from their clinical trials saying that they're vaccine is ninety percent effective including against some of the variants which have been going out there. They had about thirty thousand persons study. That was conducted in the us and mexico and they got some good news out of that so peers. Start us off there. What are they saying with regards to their vaccine. What they're saying is they did a large study that lasted from late. December still ongoing. But i think the the the meat of the results were through april and they gave they gave their vaccine co vaccine to about two thirds of the thirty thousand people in the study and a third of them got the placebo and they they kept track of who got covert nineteen and they basically found that there was a a pretty significant difference in that many more people are cases of covid. Nineteen there were there. Were more the people that had gotten the placebo which indicates that the vaccine was protective. And the they they did find. There were some cases of covid nineteen among people who got in their vaccine but they were all mild cases. The one of the interesting things about this vaccine is given in two doses. Three weeks apart one of the interesting things throughout their study though. Is that a lot of the people that were coming down with..

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"novavax" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"novavax" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"That's been working for the past year to come up with 1/4 Covid vaccine has announced that trials involving 30,000 people found no hospitalizations or deaths and that 90% efficacy among patients despite the fact the trial started after variants began to appear across the country. Novavax says it will soon apply to the FDA for emergency use authorization, but it's possible US may end up donating the doses of the vaccine to other countries. President Biden, speaking with reporters at the NATO headquarters in Brussels, about the U. S is progress in the battle against the virus. Much of a country is returning to normal and our economic growth is leading the world and the number of cases and deaths are dropping dramatically. But there's still too many lives being lost. We're still average in the last seven days loss of 300. 70 deaths per day 270 deaths that significantly lower than at the peak of this crisis, but it's still a real tragedy. Texas Republican Congressman Michael McCaul joined America reports to argue the U. S needs to do more to crack down on China. I was pleased to see they focused a lot on China in but nothing really concrete came out of that. In fact, the only thing I saw concrete was a recommendation that the W H O World Health Organization investigate once again. The lab in Wuhan, which we now believe is a source of Covid 19, the first of several states. Benefits has done so as of Saturday. Iowa, Missouri, Mississippi and Alaska are no longer giving the additional $300 a week in federal unemployment benefits on top of state benefits. Statement, Iowa's workforce development director, said employers are overwhelmingly reporting that a lack of available workers is keeping them from pandemic recovery. There's 66,000 available jobs posted, Alaska's labor commissioner said. Employer demand for workers is outpacing applicants and Mississippi's governor said We can't have a full economic recovery until these jobs start getting filled. Just that Rosenthal Fox News. Meanwhile, the government agency looking to advise corporations on how to be more fair and inclusive, approx business was first to report Gary Ginzler. President Biden's pick to chair the Securities and Exchange Commission has released details of his regulatory reform efforts, which will include a push to force companies to adopt progressive or woke policies. Involving the environment and boardroom diversity. Ginza released nearly 50 proposed new rules Friday. But his most controversial edicts involved proposed rules that would force companies to disclose the diversity of their board and how they are dealing with climate change. Guns are hopes. The disclosure will bring pressure on companies to adopt more woke policies. This is Charlie Gasparino Fox News on Wall Street. The Dow finished the day down. 86 points the S and P. 500 up eight. The NASDAQ Up one. Oh five double Gomel traffic and weather next The quickest way for the economy.

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Novavax Says Its COVID Vaccine More Than 90% Effective

Marketplace Minute

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Novavax Says Its COVID Vaccine More Than 90% Effective

"Kobe vaccine. I'm never safa with the marketplace minute. American biotechnology company novak says late stage trials of its covid vaccine show. It's more than ninety percent effective in preventing illness. The vaccine is easy to store and transport and could help developing countries novak's which has yet to bring any vaccine to market said it will apply for regulatory approvals in late

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Novavax Says Its COVID-19 Vaccine is "Highly Effective"

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Novavax Says Its COVID-19 Vaccine is "Highly Effective"

"Novavax today reported late stage data from its US based clinical trial showing its vaccine is more than 90% effective against Covid 19 across a variety of variants of the virus. The study of nearly 30,000 volunteers in the U. S and Mexico puts Novavax on track to file for emergency authorization this

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"novavax" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"novavax" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"For us to continue to staff at these levels, even if we offer over time to our officers. The last time Austin saw an attack as serious as this one was back in 2014 during south by southwest when a man drove through police barricades into a major crowd, killing four and injuring more than 20, others. The search continues for a missing man who's after a woman's body was pulled from the Guadalupe River. Last night. She's been identified as 22 year old Cassandra Kendrick. The adults were with two separate family groups on an island in the river when they jumped in to rescue two Children struggling to swim in the fast moving current. They succeeded in handing off the kids to others, and the Children are now safe. But the man and Kendrick got caught under the current PSA gained. Fire Officials are still searching for that man. Another U. S drug manufacturers pushing to get approval for their coronavirus vaccine, Maryland based Novavax says it's late stage clinical trial study in the U. S. And Mexico shows that it's covid 19 vaccine is about 90% effective overall as well as safe for use. The study involved about 30,000 people aged 18 and up and also found that the vaccine is 100% effective against moderate or severe cases of Coke. 19. In addition to being effective against, um of the virus variants, the company says it will seek authorization for the shots in the US, Europe and other places by the end of September. Well, President Biden and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, are scheduled to meet in Geneva on Wednesday. One of the topics likely to be discussed a cyber criminal activity this after several recent high profile cyber ransomware attacks in the U. S, like the one that shut down the colonial pipeline for several days. G seven leaders over the weekend say Russia should hold those within their borders accountable Billions. If we agree to extradite criminals, then, of course, Russia will go for it, and we'll do it, but only if the other side the United States in this case agrees to the same and will extradite the criminals in question to Russia. That's Vladimir Putin. Speaking through a translator, president Biden said Sunday he could potentially be open to exchanging cybercriminals. But National Security advisor Jake Sullivan later clarified the remarks, saying. Biden was not talking about exchanges or swaps. Checking your money on Wall Street. The Dow is down 124 points get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play NewsRadio 12. Here's David Snell with Meade's heating.

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Novavax Offers the U.S. A Fourth Strong Covid-19 Vaccine

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Novavax Offers the U.S. A Fourth Strong Covid-19 Vaccine

"Novavax is planning to apply for emergency use authorization this summer in clinical trials, The company says it's too shot dose is proven to be 100% effective against serious or potentially deadly cases of

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"novavax" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"novavax" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Novavax reporting this morning that it's two shot regimen was 90% effective at preventing people from falling ill in a 30,000 person trial. It's especially notable the tests were conducted after variants had begun to complicate the pandemic in the U. S and Mexico. The company says there were no cases of hospitalization or death among people who received the vaccine, and it plans to apply to the FDA for emergency use authorization to begin distributing the vaccine shortly. A new poll released this morning shows a tight race developing in Virginia's fall elections, with the races for governor, Lieutenant governor, Attorney general and House of delegates, all being led by Democrats, but within single digits and the races for governor and House of delegates, currently ER within the 4.5% margin of error. The survey by JMC Analytic shows Democrat Terry McAuliffe with the 46 42% lead over Republican Glenn Young skin and just at one point lead for Democrats in the House of Delegates popular vote President Biden's meeting with members of NATO in Brussels today. The president says he's going to NATO's headquarters in Brussels to state Clearly America's commitment to the transatlantic military alliance. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, meat that the pivotal moment for our alliance says for leaders at today's summit, Russia is high on the agenda. Our relationship with Russia is at its lowest point since the end of the Cold War. The NATO meeting comes two days before President Biden meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Switzerland. Simon Allen Fox News Checking your Money. The Dow futures are up 17 points. The NASDAQ futures up 33 in sports sponsored by Smart Mouth, The Nats beat the Giants five Nothing to split their four game series. Kyle Schwarber hit homers in his first two at bats from the leadoff spot to provide most of the offense. Look, I guess I don't know. Leadoff spots, the leadoff spiders just no position in the batting order. It's not unfamiliar to me. I've done it before the Orioles fall to the race having one they get swept over the weekend. They have now lost 15 straight on the road up Next traffic and weather is O'Connor and company Continues on 105.9 FM W M A. L this Saturday at.

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Serum Chief Wants US to Lift Embargo for Making Vaccines

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Serum Chief Wants US to Lift Embargo for Making Vaccines

"India's chief vaccine executive has a favor to ask president Joe Biden adopted a water the chief executive of the serum institute the world's largest maker of vaccines and the critical supplier the U. N. backed initiative Kobach's has written to Biden on Twitter asking to lift the embargo on exporting raw materials needed to make vaccines from the U. S. Poonawalla has told the AP that the unavailability of these raw materials such as the specific medium needed to grow micro organisms was going to affect the serum institute's production of another vaccine developed by Novavax serum institute Novavax have inked a deal to supply one point one billion doses of the vaccine to perfects I'm Charles the last month

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Inside Novavax Lab Amid Race To Develop COVID Vaccine

NBC Nightly News

03:11 min | 1 year ago

Inside Novavax Lab Amid Race To Develop COVID Vaccine

"Mellon nbc. News exclusive inside a company developing another covid vaccine. It hopes will be a global game changer with more on that katie beck developing vaccines is an uphill race. One that novak. Ceo stanley erc has been running for decades. How close to the finish line do you consider yourself to be at this point But we are close. Maryland-based has been developing. That seems for more than thirty years but has never had one approved and on the market now a possible victory on the horizon as the company mass produces tens of millions of doses of its covid nineteen vaccine confident. It will be authorized for use in the united states. Do believe your product is better than the other ones out there. Are they do all work. And i think everybody should take whatever action that they should offered them promising. Early test results secured novak's a one point six billion dollar contract from operation warp speed to produce one hundred million doses for the us but pre pandemic nova vaccine was sinking suffering setbacks after several failed phase. Three trials we had to to lay off people that it hurts. Everybody's morale when you do that on the verge of collapse in december of two thousand nineteen at times company's stock trading at a dollar. If you've been around it as long as i have you seen a lot of experiments fail but you also see people figure out why and then fiction. The company's recent data from phase three trials of its covid nineteen vaccine show ninety six percent efficacy and against the uk variant eighty. Six percent checks in news was the first crew allowed into this biotech lab in college station. Texas where vaccine production is bustling focus on make as much as to be here at the texas facility. Eighty thousand square feet transform to produce covid vaccine as quickly as possible now. They've added three hundred employees and are making millions of doses inside those bio reactors every month novak's paired with the biotech arm of fuji film to use this space taps by the federal government years ago as an emergency vaccine site in case of a pandemic novak's already fulfilling vaccine with canada and australia and in talks with europe facing critical shortages. Back in maryland nova vaccine is transforming space to fill out this but this year the company grow from one hundred employees to eight hundred. And it's worth fifteen billion dollars. Still there success relies on fda authorization expected to be sought in may the failed experiments that we learned from you know Show if you can learn from them and had the wherewithal you can win erc experience. It's still too early for a victory lap. That will come when novak shots go into arms katie beck. Nbc

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Novavax COVID-19 Vaccine Effective, But Less So Against Variant In South Africa

The Boxer Show

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Novavax COVID-19 Vaccine Effective, But Less So Against Variant In South Africa

"Novavax says It's vaccine, which is in a late stage trial was nearly 90% effective during a study in England but in South Africa, where nearly every case contains the troubling new variant Noble back, says it's vaccine was only 49%

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Novavax vaccine is 89% effective against COVID-19 in U.K. study

Bloomberg Law

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Novavax vaccine is 89% effective against COVID-19 in U.K. study

"A Maryland biotechnology company says its Corona virus vaccine is proving to be effective in preventing covert. 19. Gaithersburg based Novavax says the vaccine was 89% effective against the disease in phase three clinical trials in the United Kingdom. Studies also found the vaccine was nearly 86% effective against the UK variant of covert 19. A separate phase two trial in South Africa found the vaccine is less effective against the strain emerging from that

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Covid-19: Novavax vaccine shows 89% efficacy in UK trials

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Covid-19: Novavax vaccine shows 89% efficacy in UK trials

"Company says its vaccine is proving to be effective in preventing cove in 19. Novavax says the vaccine was 89% effective against the disease and face three clinical trials in the U. K. The studies also found the vaccine was nearly 86%, effective against the UK variant. Ah, Phase two trial in South Africa found the vaccines less effective against the strain. Emergence, emerging from that country to people

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Novavax vaccine seems effective against COVID-19 in UK study

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Novavax vaccine seems effective against COVID-19 in UK study

"Another drug maker says its covert nineteen vaccine seems effective Maryland based Novavax says the vaccine appears eighty nine percent effective in early findings from a British study though it's not quite as effective against the virus variants spreading in the UK and another in South Africa the US now has its first two cases of the south African mutated strain both in South Carolina in adults with no recent travel history health officials say it's almost certain there are more infections not yet identified the Novavax announcement comes amid worry about whether existing vaccines will be strong enough to protect against the variance would seem to spread more easily Sager mag ani Washington

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Novavax says COVID-19 vaccine candidate shows 89.3% efficacy in U.K. trial

Sean Hannity

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Novavax says COVID-19 vaccine candidate shows 89.3% efficacy in U.K. trial

"Today, Novavax, based in Maryland, released results from two clinical trials of its candidate vaccine one in the United Kingdom, another in South Africa. Ah, third trial in the U. S is underway. The to dose vaccine has been tested in nearly 20,000 people in the UK and South Africa. To study showed it to be nearly 90% effective against Symptomatic Cove in 19 in the UK, though just 60% effective in the smaller trial in South

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Novavax moves closer toward launch of US phase 3 COVID-19 vaccine trial

Part Time Genius

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Novavax moves closer toward launch of US phase 3 COVID-19 vaccine trial

"That's developing a vaccine for Corona virus. It's called Novavax and we've got some news out of them. Also, they're going to be starting phase three trials. In the US pretty soon. Also, obviously important, we need as many vaccines as possible to, you know, hopefully get everybody a shot of these things. So I tell us a little bit about what no of axes doing because their vaccine is different. The Madonna and Fizer vaccines. Yeah. So there are actually over 100 kronor virus, vaccines and development, which like you said, is super great. We have vaccines from noble backs that Aaron Face three. We have vaccines from Johnson and Johnson after Monica Most of the major pharmaceutical companies are developing a vaccine smaller biotechs as well, like Novavax, and it's really fantastic, huge global effort, and I think it says something really great about the pharmaceutical industry, which I know that's a lot of Lacks sometimes, but they really all just banded together to try toe tackle this as soon as possible. So like you said, nobody backs has a slightly different vaccine. It does seem to have good efficacy so far. And we will be looking forward to their faith retrials to see how well it works and some of their trials that have been going on. We're We're going going on on in in South South Africa, Africa, and and I I think think they're they're going going to to do do some some stuff stuff in in the the UK UK if if they they haven't haven't already already started, started, so so their their vaccine vaccine will will potentially potentially have have a a crack crack at at that that new new variant variant that that we've we've been been hearing hearing so much about. A lot of these vaccine makers are confident that the current status of the vaccine will hold up to those variants. But we'll be able to see some of that in phase three. Childs When Novavax starts testing there's out. Exactly And I think that they're hand thing is really important. There's always the possibility of another variant, mutating and becoming more dominant. And you know if there was the case that that happened and a vaccine was no longer effective, the good thing about the M R any vaccines as they could be developed very quickly. And they said that they'll be able to develop a vaccine against a new variant. In about six weeks. However, the problem is getting everybody vaccinated again. So right like we've had a horrible vaccine rollout so far, To be honest, it doesn't sound great trying to get you know millions of people vaccinated again for over a new strain. So in my opinion, that's why we need to try to get as many people vaccinated too soon as possible so that these new strains don't have time to mutate and develop and we don't have to go through this whole thing again.

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COVID vaccine from Novavax is latest to enter Phase 3 trials

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

COVID vaccine from Novavax is latest to enter Phase 3 trials

"Moving a step closer to adding another Corona virus vaccine to its arsenal for health officials in the U. S. The vaccine company is starting phase three trials of their covert 19 vaccine with funding from Operation Warp speed. Have 30,000 volunteers trying out the vaccine. Novavax is headquartered in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Health

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Maryland-based Novavax's COVID-19 vaccine enters Phase 3 trial in U.S.

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Maryland-based Novavax's COVID-19 vaccine enters Phase 3 trial in U.S.

"Interaction clock. Albert Kogo News, Noble VAX is moving one step closer to adding another Corona virus vaccine to the arsenal for health officials in the U. S. The vaccine company is starting phase three trials of its covert 19 vaccine. It will have 30,000 volunteers to try out the vaccine of the trial is receiving funding from Operation Warp speed.

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COVID vaccine from Novavax is latest to enter Phase 3 trials

Charlie Parker

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

COVID vaccine from Novavax is latest to enter Phase 3 trials

"To adding another Corona virus vaccine to the arsenal for health officials in the United States. Now the company is starting Phase three trial of their covert 19 vaccine in the US and Mexico. This is the fifth Company toe to launch a large scale trial of Corona virus vaccines in the United States. They will have 30,000 volunteers to try out the vaccine in the trial is receiving funding from the operation Warp speed, of course, company says they aim to make the study divers to cover the hardest hit segments of the U. S population. And just so you know Novavax, his headquarters in Gaithersburg, Maryland. So if we have another

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"novavax" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"novavax" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Gastric pain. In other words, potential now diarrhea. Respiratory failure, convulsions and coma. That's just just this vaccine from this company now, I don't know. Eric, if every one of the vaccines that are getting rolled out whether it's visors or, you know they're all doing the my Johnson is bigger than your Johnson trying to up. Upstage Putin saying, Well, the Russian vaccines 92% now and then course Visor comes out of majora Nowhere. 94. So our Johnsons bigger than your Johnson. But here you have one company and I've been searching trying to get the disclosure on this. What else is in it? Besides the androgen, which is supposed to stimulate the body's antibodies to have a memory? Of seeing this when you get artificially induced inoculation, which rarely works anyway. So I found these two ingredients at least and that this company called Novavax. I don't know if they're going to be used it with Fizer, Zor Madura or any of the other companies. These pharmaceutical companies that are making the vaccine. I don't know, but I'm suspicious. I am really suspicious of the edge of it's the ingredients in there that try to bolster the effectiveness of the Anna Jin's And Uh, the way that you also sterilized the ingredients. They're in there, So I would be wary of that. So my suggestion is Keep your ears open. And don't be the first to get a vaccine. But again your choice. I am not going to get a covert vaccine. No way. No. How It's not gonna happen ever. But But if you choose to get it, that's your prerogative. I support you. I'm not going to tell you not to get it or to get it. That's your choice. You and your doctor have to make that choice. But I would suggest you perform some due diligence. Find out what's in it. And hear what potential upside and downside is But be weary of it. All right. Appreciate you calling into The program today. And good health to you. Let's talk one last time about Dr Schwartz over at Original Health Institute, among many things that he does as a very learned physician, a very experienced physician. He is helping men and women. In the sexual health department. How you ask well, The men that come into his office. He becomes their heroes because he solves their erectile dysfunction or Ed. He does that using a FDA approved. No needles, no pill's safe and effective way to address the actual cause of Edie in most men, and that's blood flow..

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"novavax" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:14 min | 2 years ago

"novavax" Discussed on AP News

"US based vaccine development company Novavax this is been gone a late stage trial the potential could 19 vaccine in Britain because the high level of novel coronavirus circulating in the country is likely to produce quick results Novavax said in a press release on Thursday he plans to test the effectiveness of its vaccine in a trial involving 10000 people between the ages of 18 and 84 the company says at least 25 percent of the subjects will be over the age of 65 some 400 participants will also receive a license flu vaccine the company says with a high level of songs scope to transmission observed and expected to continue in Britain they're optimistic that this pivotal phase 3 clinical trial we will quickly and provide a near term view of the vaccine's efficacy Charles Taylor this month London

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"novavax" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:14 min | 2 years ago

"novavax" Discussed on AP News

"US based vaccine development company Novavax this is been gone a late stage trial the potential could 19 vaccine in Britain because the high level of novel coronavirus circulating in the country is likely to produce quick results Novavax said in a press release on Thursday he plans to test the effectiveness of its vaccine in a trial involving 10000 people between the ages of 18 and 84 the company says at least 25 percent of the subjects will be over the age of 65 some 400 participants will also receive a license flu vaccine the company says with a high level of songs scope to transmission observed and expected to continue in Britain they're optimistic that this pivotal phase 3 clinical trial we will quickly and provide a near term view of the vaccine's efficacy Charles Taylor this month London

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"novavax" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"novavax" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Right now, Novavax is trading lower down by roughly 1.8%. After the bell we heard from the Walters, the company. It's 10 month old video streaming service Disney Plus who'd 57.5 million subscribers in the last quarter that missed the 58.4 million average of analysts. Predictions compiled by Bloomberg Theo earnings call is underway. Disney shares now hired by more than 4%. Interestingly, Bob Iger, not on that conference call. So after the Bell Fox Corp reporting revenue for the fiscal fourth quarter that was higher than Analystsaverage estimate. Due to an increase in affiliate fee revenues, driven by the television segment Beyond Meat falling in late trading as the maker of plant based meat substitutes reported narrowing margins amid unexpected costs related to covert 19 beyond meet shares that they are lower now by just about 7%. The Dow, the S and P and NASDAQ all advanced. Today We saw the S and P 500 index up 11 points. That was a gain of 4/10 of 1%. The Dow advanced 164 up six tents and stack up 38. That was a gain of 4/10 of 1%. Tenure, up 14 30 seconds, with a yield of 300.50%. Gold at 2019 The out surging today and West Texas enemy, the accrued up 1.3%. 41 53 for a barrel of West Texas intermediate crude. So again, recapping here, equities push higher as dad looking at another record. A Federal Reserve study warns the pandemic poses a grave risk the black owned small businesses across the United States on with that story, Here's Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice. The data compiled by the New York Fed Showa, 41% drop.

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