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Is Refresh Model S/X Battery Smaller?
"We know that the range on the long range version of the model s. has now increased to four hundred and twelve miles so previously and this is apn estimate previously four hundred to right before let's refresh so we only saw a ten mile increase. Which you know makes us think okay. Tussle didn't really change much in terms of the batteries there but they did note in the earnings report that they made changes to the batteries. Major changes to the modules yuan. They're still using those eighteen. Six fifty cells from panasonic But they have updated the chemistry or at least made some updates to the cell and battery architecture and general replaced those skateboard Visual image online. So it's it's definitely update in terms of the batteries but only see ten additional miles of range. Come out of that. I was pretty interesting especially when we look a little bit deeper and we noticed that the drag coefficient on the model s. has now been lowered from. I believe it was point two three before to now points two zero eight so that should definitely helped with the range. It's a pretty significant reduction in drag coefficient and then we've also seen them drop the weight so the wait for the long range model s now starts at four thousand five hundred sixty one pounds versus before. So i've got the way back machine pulled up here and this is from january twenty fourth. I'm not sure if you can see that. On the stream but from january twenty fourth the long range plus model s had a weight of forty eight hundred pounds so they've cut two hundred and fifty pounds out of the weight. They've reduced the drag coefficient so five percents rate reduction a significant reduction drake officiant and yet. We're only seeing ten more miles of range. This could be a trade off between tussles optimizing for in terms of energy versus power. Obviously the zero sixty on the stock in the long range right now has dropped from three point seven seconds before now down to three point one seconds so some of that could be impacting. The actual range that is happening from the epa tests. But if all else was held equal certainly expected a bigger range improvement from vizier. Point or the zero point two zero eight cd and the two hundred fifty pound weight reduction ver only ten miles only two percent more range two and a half percent more rain when they're cutting weight by five percent so we actually see a similar thing with the model x. As well flip over there so this current long range after refresh. We now have of starting weight and i think i think the drako fishing stay the same on the model x. but we starting wait Five thousand one hundred eighty five pounds on the model x. Verses here is again so this january twenty fifth so before the refresh. It was fifty four hundred thirty seven pounds so again similar. Two hundred and fifty pound reduction there almost five percent and only an actually in the case of the model x. We see arrange decrease so we had three hundred seventy one miles. Epa estimate before. And now we're at three hundred sixty so they only gained ten on the model last. They lost eleven on the model x. A to think that. I always this is pointing to me towards tesla potentially using less fewer batteries in the battery pack. Maybe that's not the case. Maybe these are software ltd but to cut that much weight to cut the drag officiant drako efficient and not gain more than ten miles of range. I think is pretty perplexing so dessel may have found a way to just you know they may have just said okay are target. Here's we're going to stay the same range. We're happy with these ranges and you know we think the customers are happy with these ranges. We're going to optimize for cost and just reduce the number of cells were putting in these new modules packs for the refresh That could have been an option or you know again. Maybe it's just that power versus energy exchange.
"one hundred eighty five pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Earn favored quite cancer question yourself it's always best to come in person so if you ever cancer question call us at two two one two choices make an appointment come in get our booklet we aim to please we aim to communicate we aim to educate this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway in thirty eight street in the heart of New York City hello Amanda came from Barbados is sixty five years old is a black man and he's smart he's retired from FDA and has difficulty urinating as pain when you urinate she wakes up at night to urinate and he said no PASA has no knowledge of his PSA is loss of weight is gone from one hundred eighty five pounds to one seven did he came and is a mass of prostate a mass of prostate and he came here just a couple days ago and we're checking his prostitutes checking his peers in checking is urination to make sure he does not have cancer because he just does not want to have cancer does not want to suffer like some of his friends who ignored the sciences in nor does symptoms of ignored the possibility of having prostate cancer another man from New York city's fifty seven year old man with a history of trauma is a Foley catheters other catheters Blatter for three months and he hates it he's lost a hundred pounds is gone from two hundred eighty six two hundred eighty six pounds his biopsy proven cancer of the prostate and he wishes to have treatment for his Cleese and six PSA nine point five prostate cancer and he can't urinate so him we're trying to help in two different ways number one hopefully cure him of the cancer and that's the purpose of our treatments tried to cure the man of the prostate cancer.
"one hundred eighty five pounds" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"ABC news our top local story if you're headed to the coast for the Labor Day weekend you'll be happy to know that all lanes of highway twenty six are open again west of manning after fatal crash that closed the highway a car slammed into the side of the tunnel entrance at least one person died deputies are asking for help to identify a suspect in a Mallala home invasion robbery eleven ninety K. E. exes Brad Ford is following the case the female victim was home when she heard yelling outside the front door which burst open a man screamed about his family being dead and he demanded the keys to your car she tossed him the keys and he took off in a blue two thousand three Buick le sabre the woman wasn't hurt the suspect described as a white male twenty to thirty years old five nine one hundred eighty five pounds with a shaved head other residents had seen him in the area I stabbing investigation is underway Lloyd district portal police responded to north east seventh in white or this afternoon where they found a man who'd been stabbed he's hospitalized with a non life threatening injury police are questioning a suspect a twenty eight year old man faces several charges after a traffic stop in Marion County ended with deputies seizing an assault rifle and drugs they pulled the car over for speeding on broad road near Sir for driving northeast Salem as the deputy talked with Tyler Alfasi noticed the assault rifle sitting on the backseat a search of the car also turned up a loaded handgun under the driver's seat and methamphetamine the Oregon state beavers host the Oklahoma state cowboys tonight in their season opener cowboys head coach Mike Gundy says he expects a lot of running the back they had I think was the freshman of the year last year in their office of line seem to be veteran guys are good players so it would make sense are gonna try to rush football OSU head coach Jonathan Smith says having the game in Corvallis.
"one hundred eighty five pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Can also call doctor leader minute to win two choices for free informative booklet and DVD aid doctor leader men were back we are back talk about a sixty five year old man he went to his doctors with shortness of breath with the year ago its shores suppress yet the cat scanners from over cancer in the throat wanted one of the biggest hospitals New York area they put in the tray to which is a two to give them the ability to breeze from the outside right to the their way to the trade the trachea in the bottom of feeding too but that interest him he had a massive cancer then treat him and there's laughter but is unable to speak he came to me was unable to speak he could only communicate by writing he had terrible pain its shores suppress the other car he's an ex smoker he lost twenty pounds he went from one hundred eighty five pounds down to a hundred and sixty five pounds and he was left with this terrible cancer terrible terrible cancer mass of cancer we staged them up we got most sophisticated testing including pet scan testing and we found a cancer from his power all the way down to the tree the trachea there was extensive massive cancer from the voice box the lymph nodes all the way up his head to the now it down to the Drake any came here six months after was diagnosed wanting to be evaluated wanted to be treated and many people leave their hospitals and there's lots of reasons why because of the quality of care because of boutique medicine be able to communicate to be free of kickbacks from drug companies surgeons and hospitals and hospitals can give kickbacks to their doctors to promote certain kind of behavior well we don't believe in that we believe in taking care of each patient one by one and each patient is our boss stop the press the hospital or the drug company or the head of surgery each patient and this man wanted no words cancer was and how you get better even though was six months is that one of the biggest hospitals the overseas saw surgeons who put in the trick to they put in the feeding too but he's losing weight he's in pain you can communicate he's suffering as a mass of cancer the trick in a feeding tube doesn't stop to cancer he was seen six months ago the cancer just keeps on growing until yesterday I saw him yesterday was his first treatment we start quickly in when your health is at stake you probably want doctor leader man in the driver's seat to be in your sports car near Lamborghini or for are getting you to the finish.
"one hundred eighty five pounds" Discussed on RJ Bell's Dream Preview
"How could Clemson be so under vow? It would seem offer so much value because they had quarterback problems. I mean I know there's uncertainty. But if this was one of the all-time, great physical tool kids, how often do they fail at the college level? They don't because I know I'm confused like just the market wasn't aware of them. They weren't sure that he was going to, you know be a factor in his fresh true freshman season. But guys like John Elway like engine luck are right. They are, but especially in the modern era dabble Sweeney's players coach and he's been so loyal to guys this program. What it was the problem was into the quarterback that they had wasn't going to get banned. The problem was it seemed that it. That wants this guy got hurt is when the market took it dip and you were saying with this guy's while regard it. I mean we could go back and I mean it you weren't saying this guy's better for a couple of weeks agree. But it seems like now in hindsight, if the physical tools were once a, you know, a decade like Colin sane, wouldn't we have been more, or you're questioning that? Well, I think I was questioning his rookie year 'cause I watched the spring game last year for Clemson. He came in. Trevor Lawrence I number one player in the country coming out six five, but he was like one hundred eighty five pounds RJ that's spring game. I'm like if he's going to survive a twelve game season in college football. He's had put on fifteen twenty pounds in the summer. I he, he did..
"one hundred eighty five pounds" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
"We got we got Schick fully neighborhood. We're, we're good. Actually, this is not an LA thing. I don't know if you know but this is this is in Atlanta. This is this is a south really? But at midnight, come on guys, let's get in there and get an original chicken. We gotta do it spaghetti. Are you sort of like, are you, one of these people who like Lawrence Taylor's, like Lawrence Taylor is Lawrence Taylor, you know, six days a week. But on Sundays, he turns into LT. He's like a are you like now, eat or something like that? Like, do you. Do you have a an alternate ID that you have to contend with? I mean. Really be shocked about what my apartment like what I buy, it's just like egg whites and chicken, and it's boring. I don't know where I don't know how I go out to eat five times a day. I don't. Nice things in your fridge. You wouldn't be eating out five times a day meal prep. I don't I don't buy food out. It's only when people come and visit an orb wanna go home, where like the villa I've had a lot of events lately. That's the problem I at this social social kale as long. Event. Hire an assistant to just deny plans or may so I'm just sitting at home. It's a good idea. Sure. Spaghetti good use of an assistant that you bet your payroll because money is, is basically incapable of gaining any substantial truth. He's pre he's just the, the, the God smiled on him and decided not true aside from when they didn't finish up the legs, but still taste overall. He got he got fat. I have been giant. I believe, our, our photos or in the cloud. So I can dig. Forty five. Oh, god. There was one moment in my life where I weighed, I believe, one hundred eighty five pounds. She and right now, I'm like one hundred and sixty what I wouldn't give to be one eighty five right now. I would like to say because I know. No muscle skinny, but just had a big stomach stomach and keeps you fat face. He's tiny little still, I have a feeling. That's where I'm headed. I feel like that's my destiny. I always used to say it's funny because spaghetti I because money was saying that I usually hit my gut. But the fact of the matter is the my particular curse as the is rothlisburger syndrome, or Ted Kennedy syndrome, or Travolta syndrome. Or at least I'm naming the other people that the first fifteen that I gained guess that's right. Onto the big balloon head, and then everything else, then start Trinite go bigger than now. I had all my head definite. Really oh. You even now this thing could definitely inflate a good ten. Fifteen pounds brings up a good. I have a question. I just ran into this last night. I was at my daughters, my daughters graduate, and then Saturday. So I was at her senior awards last night, and I sat thank you. I sat down behind a man who I leaned over to my wife and I said of all the places to sit I pick out the guy that's got a bowling ball for a head. And she said that is so rude. I said, that's not rude. You're born with the size. I got a p head. This guy's got a bowling ball for isn't it insult to describe the size of somebody's head? If no smaller, too. Big I say, no, she said. Yes chill, right? You have a large to get a hat. It's an eight inch hat. It's a giant bowling ball of a head. You could say big brain. Exactly. I've got a tiny hit little brain that one of my favorites that reminds me because I'm vain I have to tell this story I was once I went to Dodger Stadium to see a game with a big gaggle of people on for some. Reason while because Jimmy Kimmel was being generous and he took us all to a dodgers game, the entire staff imagine to busloads of people out to the stadium and for some reason, and I don't remember the backstory why, but former heavyweight champ Leon Spinks was on the bus. Jimmy bed Jimmy Kimmel towels there. And it makes sense that if shui Louis Leon Spinks Perry. That they're great..
"one hundred eighty five pounds" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Left the cancer in his body and his second surgery left. The cancer said to be an opera bow and he came to me with symptoms. He was losing weight. You went from two oh five to one hundred eighty five pounds five foot seven, and I examined him had this signaled cancer left behind and he chose our treatment. Only for his cancer declining will really had surgeries surgery didn't work. He didn't want chemo. Endlessly, we treated him and a year later, he is in remission from our treatment only for call cancer after surgery failed in other treatment was wanted. This is the work we do, and we see many people with new recurrent cancers most anywhere in the body in speaking about that I want to speak about a fifty year old woman. Born in New York City who came to me with. Blindness in her left eye. She never had opened in close to right? I left I most of stone. But once she did, and she found out that all the vision was left in her left. I was gone. It was she was blind. And she went to an eye. Doctors went through the big hospitals into the scan. They found a tumor on the nerve going to the I Hugh seen by a surge. They wanted to open up her head and cut out the nerve going to the eye, which means it most likely should be blind forever. They didn't look at the rest of the body. He's put on steroids storage to work, Hugh, still blind. She came to me because you heard about not invasive treatment, we talked about all the options chemo radiation surgery, staging, well, she chose our treatment. And now her vision is back. She avoided opening up the head. Remember, the surgeon was going to open up her head and cut out the nerve to the I in most likely should've been blind there forever with us yet noninvasive treatment doing well. And we staged her up. We found a cancer sarcoma. Lyle mile circum- of the uterus growing through the bone rather than having surgery to find out what kind of tumor she had with us a tiny little needle into a little mass by palace. And we found Lyle miles comma got the diagnosis we're able to treat her. I we're able to not only treat her noninvasive Lee with no cutting no bleeding that opening up. Her head not cutting off her I nerve, but also with our treatment because there's no cutting or bleeding. She's getting her vision back tumors going away. This is the work. We do and wherever the treat Lyle miles com, which is a cancer of the connective tissues cancer of the connective. Tissues, like, the bone fat and other connective. Tissues are often called sarcomas that say are C O M A S. She has a Lyle miles come of the uterus at spread and know about it. It spread before she found out about it and spread all the way to the eye. And now she has envisioned back and his doing great with us and she's fully intact. And we've talked about treatment for the rest of your body. This is the work that we do every day at thirty four Broadway. Whether it's our call, Mark cancer primary cancer or metastatic cancer, and she learned by radio listener. Like, you that she didn't have to ever head opened up imagine that she would have her head opened up and surgery. And so many people have complications from brain surgery brain opening up with us. There's no cutting, no bleeding outpatient. She walks in the door, invisible, beams attack the tumor, the cancer under I and now she can see such a difference. It makes by getting a fresh second opinion, whether your teacher nurse are supreme court judge you may wish to give us a call at two and two choices two two two four six forty two thirty.
"one hundred eighty five pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"DVD. Hey, Dr Liederman back. We are back. We'll talk about a sixty five year old man. He went to his doctors with shortness of breath. It went the year ago head shortness of breath. He had a cat scan. It was found to have a cancer in the throat. One of the biggest hospitals in New York area. Though, they put it in a trick to which is a tube to give him a Bill to breathe from the outside right to the airway to the trick to the trachea, and they put him a feeding to but they didn't treat him. He had a massive cancer entreat him, and they left him. He's unable to speak. He came to me was unable to speak. He could only communicate by writing. He had terrible pain shorts breath the other coffees an ex smoker. He lost twenty pounds. He went from one hundred eighty five pounds down to one hundred sixty five pounds, and he was left with this. Terrible cancer, terrible, terrible cancer, massive cancer. We staged up. We've got the most sophisticated testing including pet scan testing. And we found a cancer from his palette all the way down to the trick. The. Yeah. There was extensive massive cancer from the voice box to lymph nodes all the way up his head to the pallet down to the trait any came here. Six months after he was diagnosed wanting to be evaluated wanting to be treated, many, people leave their hospitals, and there's lots of reasons why because of quality of care because not medicine be able to communicate to be. Free of kickbacks from drug companies surgeons, and hospitals and hospitals can give kickbacks to their doctors to promote certain kind of behavior. Well, we don't believe in that we.
"one hundred eighty five pounds" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Here's it's been in a hundred systems been around knows how to play quarterback in the NFL. Maybe not great at it. But gets it. What are you? Let me 'cause I hear Salah from people when they say who are you learning from about how do you want him to teach him? What do you what do you? When you say learn is he supposed to watch case keenum is that was that the Murni. We're talking about me. It's a combination of things with your coaches watch. Case keenum in real time, apply supposedly what the coach is teaching you. And and that's the one hundred percent, correct. I don't need case keenum to be perfect right at that. All on the case keenum, the do is throw it over there. So when I'm watching the film. I know okay. If I would have did it this way, then it actually would have been a completion. Or if I did it this way, I could've went the other way. That's how you learn from people case keenum doesn't have to be Cam Newton for you. To learn case keenum could be a very good classroom. Guy in terms of teaching young quarterback. I listed one more quickly the Oklahoma wide receiver marquess Brown. He goes twenty-five overall. He's a little guy twenty five to the ravens take or Shane. I can't do that. I'm shaking off by law. I could've called the Dallas Cowboys engaged him a fifth. It got on. And that's the same thing to me. I can't do nothing with one hundred sixty pound guy. Okay. Again, I can't do anything with one hundred sixty pound guy. He's too small out of the gadget plays. Like like, what are you going to do? He's going to get knocked off alignment at the line of scrimmage big. I had a conversation with a guy that I know last night that plays in the NFL. We're talking about the draft and players and any semi. Doing him a body slam him. Small do do, you know how small five nine one hundred sixty six pounds in the National Football League? Is everybody's looking for the next. Tyreek kill you just shouldn't look for one hundred nine. One hundred eighty five pounds any loses five pounds six pounds. If he loses five or six, what are you gonna lose? He's got two different protein. Cody Bellinger continues an and Bush plus can the clips force a game seven. That's next.
"one hundred eighty five pounds" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"Fight dot com into a browser. It would redirect you to bow dog dot com. Okay, fine. I don't have a really an opinion on that. I was really too young to give much opinion on that. I'm just reminiscent with you and sharing some stories about that. So we had some really good memories along the bow dog days. But one of them was to go out and fight in Canada. It was going to be Russia versus USA very very weird model four nephew you guys catch yourself. What did he say that? Yes. This is what I'm saying. The promoter put on USA versus Russia in Canada little bit strange. We still pack the house, but my opponent that night was all an it was one hundred eighty five pounds, and he was a tall glass of water big skinny guy had had a number of fights. I wasn't terribly familiar with them. I don't think he was with me. But I do remember back then he had a bunch of fights. And I was able to watch some of it and observe a head of time. And the reason I bring him up is it because I beat him. And I wanted to brag to you guys is because all those years ago, we were both trying to get out there, and and make our way in this business. And now here he is up to way classes, all the way it heavyweight. He's been on quite a run. Now is about the headline of show in Russia against the great overrating. I feel for them I feel attached to his career a little bit. Even if it's in some small way I can't help but watch him and I can't help. But enjoy when something good happens to him. And I can tell you when we thought it was really just we're really just on the ground the entire time with me a top. And there was a fifteen minute fight for fourteen minutes, we were on the ground. If not for more than fourteen minutes without exaggeration. But now he's starting to ease developed tricks. I remember being as guard. There was no way to pass guard. This guy was like six foot four he got these long. Legs were trapped in everything. But it wasn't really Gresley give with that guard. He did it really defensively to protect himself this back when I competed with and now he's finishing people from the guard, totally different fighter and not only a totally different way class up two weight classes, and there's something special there at least a small does. There's something special there for me when he finds you're listening to your welcome with.
"one hundred eighty five pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Had. It all positive family history to first degree relatives. Father and uncle dying high PSA than having a high Gleason score and waking up at night to urinate. He's one hundred eighty five pounds five foot five we worked him up. He had some difficulty with his vision. We sent him to an eye doctor. I examined him as prostate was hired and enlarged. So he's a high risk cancer Gleason seven PSA seventeen. We saw him. But what they had Intel you. I saw him last year. And why did he come to me this week? Well, he came to me this week because you came for a checkup and the news is he is in remission. He had the treatment all outpatient therapy for prostate cancer. No, cutting, no bleeding. No, radical surgery robotic surgery. No proton beam no nine weeks of external. No, he had the most effective therapy. Good results. Good quality of life kept his sex life kept us urinary life, and he's in remission so praise. Lord passed him. In addition thankful that this man and most of our patients who come to us with prostate cancer. In fact, are in remission doing well, claims sector Liederman, I want to talk about a man who's on the opposite side. We have lots of prostate cancer patients today to talk about this is a man who's seventy two years old. He came to me a couple of years ago. He was told that he went to a health food store. He was told by an employee there teat pumpkin seeds, and he was worried about prostate cancer because he too had a positive family history. This is a seventy two year old man whose father had prostate cancer. He went to a health food store and employ told them to have pumpkin seeds since he started in pumpkin seeds every day while he came to me with his first PSA of his life at a hundred and forty five remember normals considered up to four. So it's almost thirty five times normal, and we stayed. I'm up. We got a biopsy. We found that he had metastatic stage for prostate cancer while so what can I tell you that a lot of teaching points here, if you're a positive family history better come over better be screened, if you have symptoms, you better be screened, but you don't need to have symptoms have prostate cancer. You have prostate cancer with no symptoms. No pain. No, waking up a nineteen year and eight this man had it all including.
"one hundred eighty five pounds" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"She came to me almost a year ago. She is with two children. She works for the MTA here in New York City. She was born in Granada. She's a black woman, and I say that because the death rate in the black community for women is Dabo for breast cancer. And I said as a warning, and it's a warning for every woman black white and every collar and religion and creed. Origin. There's hundreds of thousands of breast cancer year about a quarter million and breast cancer canoed, anybody even if you don't have a family history. No matter where you're from in men and women a few percent and men and we'll talk about that later today. This woman had a mass in her left brash at a biopsy. The biopsy showed it in face of cancer shed testing down and there was a mass in her armpits. So usually the first place not always. But usually the first place a breast cancer travels to the lymph nodes next to the breast under the arm shed a biopsy by Amer I she was never told the diagnosis. She had no treatment. Even though this all happened two years ago. She was diagnosed two years ago. And she said she was never told. She never sat down with the doctor. They detest the biopsy, but they never followed up. She lost weight. She went from two hundred eighteen pounds to one hundred eighty five pounds. She lost thirty pounds. I looked better records in a year and a half ago. She had am normal lymph nodes in her arm pit should enhancement of the breast skin. This was biopsy. She had biopsy showing invasive cancer. This is the one with two pregnancies and two deliveries when I examined her in the left breast. There was about a three centimeter that's about an inch and a quarter. So big tumor in the left breast with multiple lymph nodes in the left armpit the rest of her exam was on revealing to didn't show anything or lungs refiner. Heart was fine her right? Breast was fine. So she had a stage three cancer why? Because she had a mass in the breast and in the armpit multiple influence in the armpit left breast cancer stage three and she had no treatment for a year and a half or doctors never sat down and told her what she had. And she came to me we staged her up. We've got pet scans everybody to know. Exactly. Where the cancer was got cancer markers. We also got testing to see why she lost thirty pounds and often when cancer spreads it takes away persons waited eats at the body. So as well. Lots of reasons for her to come here. Lots of reasons for everyone to come really and staged her up. We found stage three cancer. She refused surgery. She had such a terrible experience at the other place. She just did not want to have surgery. She does not want to have chemotherapy, we tritter only with our treatment here radio. So did your kid about a year ago? And she came into this week. I examined her that mass in the breast gone the mass in the armpit gone. Her staging is fine. We repeated her blood.
"one hundred eighty five pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Kept on spreading she tried to die at food, and and this kind of diet, and that kind of diet, it just doesn't work in her symptoms. Got worse and worse and worse with more bleeding bleeding in a mass of the bow moving Chester push mass back into a rectum increase in England loads. This is the work that we do. So she came to us with this increasing mass and she had a pet scan years before and a cat scan years before the new cat scan showing progression. She lost lots of weight. You went from one hundred eighty five pounds to one hundred and fifty pounds. She's five foot eight inches tall. She's an ex smoker. I examined her when. Examiner. She had this large mass in the right side of her anus and a six centimeter masseter inguinal area groin area. We staged her up. She had this no cancer on concoctions didn't work, and we talked about all the options to give her a chance to be treated, and I can tell you that more than a year ago, we treated her and she is now cancer free. So that cancer of the anus and the cancer in the lymph nodes that were growing on concoctions. She is now cancer free. She's gaining weight. He's having normal bowel movements the masses gone. She is happy, and we're happy to and lots of lessons number one of which is if you have a cancer, it's best to come into thirteen four Broadway. Number two concoctions do not help. I've never ever seen a patient who's benefited from concoctions just. Sometimes treatments are so much better. Usually there's.
Hours before UFC 234, middleweight champ Robert Whittaker pulls out of main event with hernia
"Once again, a hernia forcing UFC middleweight champ, Robert Whitaker out of his title defence against Kevin gas delimit UFC, two thirty four that came just hours prior to their match up in Australia. Huge blow for Whitaker who was again forced to pull out of a title defense on home soil in February of two thousand eighteen is well also due to injury UFC president Dana white stay now you were just with Whittaker at the hospital. What kind of update can you give us about his health? He's in the recovery room. I was with his wife and his family. This is one of those freak accidents. Where the doctor said literally never seen this type of injury in a young person. This usually happens to old people as is bowel and his intestines didn't happen yesterday. After the fight. They think he's had this problem, and it's been going in and out. And it's one of those situations had it popped out during the fight. It could have been fatal for him. So this is really serious. Hopefully, we don't know exactly what happened with the doctor, hopefully, they popped it back in and sewed it up. And if that's the case he'll be four weeks. But this was this freak freak injury less than one percent are doctor here at the UFC who's been doing this for thirty years has never seen it ever and his in his career and not in a young person. It's usually in much older people's well, thankfully, it was caught before something even more dangerous happened. I'm certainly disappointing for him disappointing for Calvin gasoline as well were you able to speak with the challenger? It's disappointing for everybody. You know, I've I've only text with Calvin and talk to him. Talk to him when he gets here tonight. But yeah, obviously, everybody's disappointed gasoline later claiming that he should be champ. The non title middleweight bow between Israel and a Sonya Anderson Silva was the headliner and the undefeated New Zealander beat the old time. Great by unanimous decision. The Forty-three-year-old Silva MA coming up short his first appearance in speedway of twenty seventeen at a Sonya outlandish him. According to you FC stats sixty five to thirty four new UFC had announced the winner would next be in line to challenge for the one hundred eighty five pound
Mario Rodin, Britain And One Hundred Eighty Five Pounds discussed on Ric Edelman
"Forty year old Mario Rodin sexually assaulted a child and Britain a victim with nice at a home in the three thousand block of Cala boulevard road is described as five feet eleven and weighing one hundred eighty five pounds PG and E is facing another run of losses. As a result of the campfire wish to destroy the tundra
"one hundred eighty five pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Well, I speak to our patients, I speak to so many patients, I say, how do you know to come here? What was the motivating force said, well, we had a friend or a neighbor who had your treatment and are doing so well liked what they saw they heard about it. And they passed on the information so listeners save lives. And I know that you can save lives bypassing on everything you're learning today and every day on the radio. So this is the work that we do here. At thirty four Broadway, Broadway and thirty eight th street in New York City. And then we'll talk about another person. This is a fifty nine year old woman. She's married with two kids, and she was found to have lung cancer. Well, how did she find a lung cancer early usually people find lung cancer with pain and coughing up blood and the cancer travels? Well, this is a woman who fell down. She fell down went to the emergency room. A chest x-ray there's inaugural scene. She had a scan shed a pet scan should a biopsy who's adenocarcinoma and she came into see me. She did not want to have surgery. She's been seen by surgeons. She did not want someone opening up for Chester lungs. She has diabetes lost twenty pounds. She went from one hundred eighty five pounds two hundred sixty five pounds. And I examined her I listened to her lungs. Just tells you the examination lungs is fine. So at a doctor says all your physical exam is fine. There's limitations to what the doctor can here and can understand. So she had a three centimeter mass in the left upper lung was adenocarcinoma. Her exam was totally normal. If she hadn't fallen down and hurt herself got an emergency room. She would have never known about it. She came to me the surgeons already planned for her to have the surgery. Like, I often talk about the emergency room ended up with a surgeon telling you, you have to have surgery, and so many people feel compelled to say, yes. But you're not compelled you can say, okay, I'm going to think about it. I'm gonna decide I want a second opinion. I wanted to see Dr Liederman I'm going to thirteen eighty four Broadway. I can think to myself just because a surgeon wants to operate on. You doesn't mean you have to have the surgery just because you end up in the emergency room, and they found the cancer. That does not mean you need that surgery at that hospital so emergency you can say excuse me. I'm going to think about it think about it. Come for second opinion. Get a second opinion, she came and by the way, one more thing, I should tell you about she came.
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"And let Kingsbury go that route. And what about USC where do they look now for an offensive coordinator? Yes, sir. I mean, keep in mind Kingsbury made those comments prior to Texas Tech playing Oklahoma. And a lotta times just go back to Lou Holtz today. I mean coaches their opponent a lot of times, I think that was the case there. I mean, you just asking the question before about Africa's I would take half. I mean. I mean, the fact that he's going to put his name in the NFL draft. And then that's fine. But I think when the combine Hanson. You know, he measures that five foot nine and one hundred eighty five pounds. I think people might have some second thoughts about taking him in the top ten. That's just my personal opinion, the kid great athlete. Great college quarterback. But I'm hoping you and I can watch them play triple eight ball right here. Locally. As part of the the as the farm system. I just don't see him working out at NFL quarterback as far as US. He goes, I don't expect. There is on a move on from Josh Rosen. It's way too early yet to make that decision. A little bit of quandary. A lot of the offense coordinator has been swept up Miami. Got a big hit today with Antena who was supposed to be the Alabama offense, coordinator decide. Nope. I'm going to go to Miami. He would have been a great candidate in my opinion. They're in a tough spot. I'll say US's closing pretty well. As far as earning front. Got a lot of talent a lot of young talent when it comes to quarterback at the wide receiver spot coming back for the Trojans this year. So whatever I ended up getting that job. I mean, it cupboard certainly isn't there? But that was a significant lock I love that Kingsbury higher. I mean, I thought it was one of the top three or four years. I mean entire off so far. All right. Let's get.
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"How do I know that I speak to our patients, I speak to so many patients, I say, how do you know to come here? What was the motivating force said, well, we had a friend or a neighbor who had your treatment and are doing so well liked what they saw they heard about it. And they passed on the information so listeners save lives. And I know that you can save lives bypassing on everything you're learning today and every day on the radio. So this is the work that we do here at thirty four Broadway Broadway and thirtieth street in New York City. And then we'll talk about another person. This is a fifty nine year old woman. She's married with two kids, and she was found to have lung cancer. Well, how did she find a lung cancer early usually people find lung cancer? They have pain. Pain and coughing up blood and the cancer travels. Well, this is a woman who fell down. She felt I went to the emergency room shadow chest, x-ray, there's inaugural seen shed. A scan showed a pet scan should a biopsy who's adenocarcinoma and she came into see me. She did not want to have surgery. She's been seen by surgeons. She did not want someone opening up her chest her lungs. She has diabetes. She lost twenty pounds. She went from one hundred eighty five pounds two hundred sixty five pounds. And I examined her I listened to her lungs. Just tells you the examination alongs is fine. So at a doctor says, oh, your physical exam is fine. There's limitations to what the doctor can hear and can understand. So she had a three centimeter mass in the left. Upper long was adenocarcinoma. Her exam was totally normal. If she hadn't fallen down and hurt herself a gun emergency room. She would have never known about it. She came to me, the surgeons already planned for her to have the surgery like alpha talking about the emergency room panned up with a surgeon telling you have to have surgery, and so many people. Feel compelled to say, yes. But you're not compelled you can say, okay. I'm gonna think about it. I'm gonna decide I want a second opinion. I wanted to see Dr Liederman I'm going to thirteen eighty four Broadway. I can think to myself just because a surgeon wants top operate on. You doesn't mean you have to have the surgery just because you end up in the emergency room, and they found the cancer. That does not mean you need that surgery at that hospital so emergency you can say excuse me. I'm going to think about it think about it. Come for second opinion. Get a second opinion, she came and by the way, one more thing, I should tell you about she came and had treatment radio surgery radio surgeries done admits, we send it invisible beams. No, cutting, no bleeding. No, chest tubes. Don't let us know infection. Oh, I vs. No hospital. Stay no pain and all those things are commonly associated with people who have surgery to remove part of their lung and was ruling removing part of the long. She'll never have that part of her lung again to breathe with us. She has her lung. We're just sending in the beams hit the cancer. So it doesn't make more sense to hit the cancer. Make the cancer go away without the cutting the bleeding losing her long losing respiratory capacity, becoming shorter breath, doesn't it make sense? And that's why we brought stereo tactic body radio surgery to America. Ensure lots of surgeons hate me for that. Why shouldn't they taking away get room competition taking away their patients? But that's the way it is. If you had a cancer lung, would you wanna have your chest opened up or would you want to have to learn about other options noninvasive and she learned about noninvasive treatments? She had the treatment each she was ten minutes just a few treatments pinpoint treatment, she had no side effects. She got it came in walked in walked out within minutes. And that's the work. We do every day. We have lots of information to send too many, many booklets different languages and DVD's in Colorado office two and two choices to and two two four six forty two thirty seven to get a booklet DVD or to make an appointment. If you have a cancer are suspected cancer. So get our numbers two and two choices to and two two four six forty two thirty seven by the way, we accept most insurances Medicare Medicaid. You're welcome to call us whenever you wish at two and two choices. And we'll do the best can to get you that information in your hand. But it's not your Liederman. I want to talk about a man, he's a tough guy sixty eight years old. He's a veteran military veteran. He's been treated some of the big hospitals. He has a child has diabetes high blood pressure and his PSA went up, and he's a black man. And I said that because of the black community one in six black men will get prostate cancer and one in twenty three with die of prostate cancer. So the numbers are really alarming, and I say it to mobilize the fourth. So that we can reduce the death rate and diagnose men earlier prostate cancer can occur any group of men and any man. So it's important if you want to know about it, you can come into thirty four Broadway Broadway and thirty eight th street in New York City, and we'll check you out this van came in it, why did he come in? Well, he came in because his PSA was going up. A couple of years ago is three point five five went to four point three. He had a biopsy urinate four times a night while and he was offered medicine, which declined I said, he's a tough guy like medicine, and I examined him. He had a boggy prostates had a t one c prostate cancer PSA four point three Gleason seven. So we went through the data with him. He saw that. If he had radical surgery. That's when you remove the prostate opened means someone's hands on your body robotic means is.
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"Ann Cates. W M A L news at ten to. I'm Jeff wiggle. Fairfax county police are searching for a man who escaped from officers after Twenty-seven-year-old jakulan Ross was arrested on several outstanding warrants. Police. Sergeant Christopher sharp describes as getaway Mitterrand's complained of pain enough to be taken to a local hospital. Once he was there. He was treated at the local Hong as he was being released. She was walking out with an officer in he escaped custody. Ross is described as five eight one hundred eighty five pounds with short beard and was wearing a white shirt and black pants when he escaped police add that he was still wearing a handcuff on his right wrist when he ran away officials are notifying next of kin in the death of a marine at the marine barracks eighth, and I this morning marine died from a gunshot wound at the barracks here while on duty the metro police department responded pretty much immediately on scene spokesperson. Colleen McFadden says it's unlikely that we'll get any more information about the shooting today. Day. We wait twenty four hours after the next of kin have been notified, and that's out of respect for the family at this point. Now, there's one reason to smile as we ring in the new year gas prices are low. Two thousand eighteen will be cheaper gasoline prices. John Townsend thinks the prices will stay low at least until this spring. We have to worry about what happens. Right before spring time. Listen to more expensive gasoline prices. Could also go up if OPEC decides to cut production Heather Curtis on WMA, Allen, WMA AL dot com. Two lottery. Tickets sold in our area are now worth a million dollars each after the winning numbers. In Virginia's New Year's millionaire raffle were drawn the winning tickets were sold at a shell station on four mile run in Arlington and a seven eleven on a Lee Road in chantilly WMA L news time ten oh. Four now WMA L,.
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"Cates. W A L news at nine oh two. I'm Jeff whittle. Fairfax county police are looking for a man who escaped from police custody at a hospital this morning Twenty-seven-year-old jakulan Ross was arrested on several outstanding warrants and was taken to the hospital after he complained of pain. Once he was traded Ross broke free from an officer and fled on foot. Police. Sergeant Christopher sharp describes the hunt for Ross we had multiple officers to include are keen units in our helicopter searching the area for him Iran towards route one when he left the hawk obviously, he eluded capture. Ross is described as five eight one hundred eighty five pounds with a short beard and was wearing a white t shirt and black pants when he escaped police add that he was still wearing a handcuff on his right wrist when he ran away a gofundme me for the parents who lost all three of their children on New Year's Eve has raised over forty two thousand dollars in one day five year old Rosalie and Alexander along with one year old Isaac here were all killed after a pick. Cup truck rolled over on the back of their sedan. Parents Alexis and Juanita Mahia are now recovering in the hospital from the crash, which police say was likely caused by a drunk driver. The goal of the fundraiser is fifty thousand dollars and thousands of cable TV customers in the DC area. Are now going without one of the most popular local stations. This is CBS. You're not hearing that if you're a Verizon fios customer programming on W USA channel nine was cut off at five o'clock yesterday afternoon after contract negotiations between Channel Nine's parent company. Techno and Verizon broke down the shut means you won't be able to get w USA or CBS programming on cable until the to reach a deal for now you do have to options use a digital antenna to get channel nine over the airwaves or use the CBS all access app. John Matthews on WFAN WFAN dot com. W M AL news time nine oh. Four now WMA L, traffic and.