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Studies extend hopes for antibody drugs against COVID-19

Kevin McCullough Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Studies extend hopes for antibody drugs against COVID-19

"New promise or antibody drugs against Copan 19. The latest antibody studies suggests they can keep patients out of the hospital and possibly prevent illness in some uninfected people who may live with them. Ally Lily says it's drug reduced the risk of hospitalizations or death by 70% in newly diagnosed non hospitalize patients. Regeneron Pharmaceuticals said partial results of its drug suggests it helps prevent infection and housemates of people with covert 19. Some of the anybody drugs already being used to treat certain patients, and the drug makers say they will seek to expand that authorization to allow prevention approaches as well. I'm surely

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Phoenix researchers examine how common cold antibodies fight COVID

Mike Broomhead

00:38 sec | Last month

Phoenix researchers examine how common cold antibodies fight COVID

"The common cold Is a Corona virus, and it's antibodies could cross over and fight covert 19 if they work. T Jen sees great possibilities for new treatments. Nava's ahead of Regeneron and other approaches that monoclonal antibodies to get infused into sick people and in some cases can be protective Researcher John Elton also says common cold antibodies could improve convalescent plasma treatments. Which he considers murky profiling. These anybody responses in some detail will help us to sort of disentangle that soup and understand what if anything, in those mixtures is actually protected. Alton hopes the common cold antibodies don't block the body's coronavirus. Response,

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Doses Of Antibody Drugs Remain Unused As They Present Various Challenges

All Things Considered

03:51 min | Last month

Doses Of Antibody Drugs Remain Unused As They Present Various Challenges

"The federal government says it has delivered more than 300,000 doses of monoclonal antibody drugs to help facilities nationwide. They're designed to treat patients with mild to moderate covert 19. The ideas keep those patients out of the hospital, but Many of those doses are sitting unused, due in no small part to the challenge of administering those drugs. NPR's science correspondent Richard Harris looks at to healthcare systems that have overcome those hurdles and are seeing hopeful results. Monoclonal antibodies present all sorts of challenges. They're given to people who have active infections, but who aren't hospitalized, so it's important to treat them without exposing other patients to risk. The drugs by Regeneron and Eli Lilly are also given by infusion, and that process takes a couple of hours. So when you add all this up, you know it's really a logistical challenge to deliver this therapy to a lot of people. But Dr Howard Long at Houston Methodist Hospital, says they figured out how to do that. They've opened clinics around Houston and doctors affiliated with the hospital are referring eligible patients. That is people who are over 65 or who have health conditions that put them at high risk. So at this point we're doing about 50 to 70 infusions a day, and patients are usually scheduled within a Relatively short period of time. So from the time they call into being infused, it's usually less than two days. The timing is important because these drugs appear to beam or effective early in the course of the disease. Mostly help people who aren't mounting their own strong immune reactions and, well medication sits unused in many locations around the country. That is not the case at his hospital, Hong says. Right now we're constrained more by the drug supply. They use it as fast as they get it. Any doctors nationwide aren't so enthusiastic about these drugs, though treatment guidelines issued by the National Institutes of Health say there's actually not good evidence to know whether they work. That's because the Food and Drug Administration relied on studies of just a few 100 patients to grant these drugs, emergency authorization. So these are very small numbers that under normal conditions nobody would never publish in the journal like New England Journal of Medicine. Yet this is, you know, kind of headline news. Welcome Toko bit time right. But doctors are gaining experience. Houston Methodist is now treated more than 1100 patients, Hong says. We're seeing results that are comparable to what was reported in the clinical trials by Eli Lilly and Regeneron about six or 7% of patients who are treated end up in the hospital or emergency room. He figures that without treatment about 15% of the most high risk patients could end up in the hospital or ER. Doctors affiliated with the Mayo Clinic or also encouraged by their experience. They've dust more than 2000 patients in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Arizona and Florida. Dr. Raymond reasonably has done a preliminary analysis of the 1st 1000 or so patients and finds low hospitalization rates. More importantly, there is some signal that is also reducing death. But again this our preliminary analysis we have to kind of make sure that this are all vetted by pure review. But this is what we're seeing. That's why we're happy. Unlike a clinical trial, this real world experience doesn't have a careful comparison group so doctors can't say for sure that these patients are faring better. Even so, these encouraging findings may be swaying doctors who weren't sure they wanted to refer their patients for treatment. There's nobody says patients are also becoming less skeptical. Initially, there were more declines than accept. But no, we're actually seeing more except than declines, and even though it takes a lot of person power to provide this treatment reasonably and Hong believe they're actually reducing the overall workload. Keeping patients out of the hospital. Richard Harris NPR

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West Virginia accidentally gives 42 people COVID-19 treatment instead of vaccine

KYW 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | Last month

West Virginia accidentally gives 42 people COVID-19 treatment instead of vaccine

"There are continuing glitches with the vaccine rollout in West Virginia 42 people were accidentally given Regeneron anti bodies instead of the vaccine in Oregon. Ah hospital employee was hospitalized after having a severe allergic reaction to the Madonna vaccine, but is recovering. Nationwide 20 million first doses or supposed to be in people's arms. By now, So far, just 12.5 million doses have been distributed. Less than three million have actually been administered. It's been

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42 West Virginians expecting the vaccine given the wrong shot

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | Last month

42 West Virginians expecting the vaccine given the wrong shot

"A mistake in covert 19 vaccinations in West Virginia. Here, CBS's Jim Chris hula more than 40. People received the wrong shot. When they went to get their covert 19 vaccine at a clinic and Boone County, West Virginia. They received the Regeneron antibody product instead of the Moderna vaccine, according to the West Virginia National Guard. Guard. Medical Medical experts experts don't don't believe believe there there is is any any risk risk of of harm harm to to those those who who receive receive the the antibody antibody treatment, treatment, which which is is designed designed to to prevent prevent people people with with covert covert 19 19 from developing more severe illness.

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42 West Virginians expecting the vaccine given the wrong shot

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

01:04 min | Last month

42 West Virginians expecting the vaccine given the wrong shot

"In West Virginia were given the wrong thing. Hey, Doesn't that give you a great deal of faith in your in your medical, uh, in your medical treatment choices at the West Virginia. What is this? Boone County Health Department says that 42 people were given Regeneron's covet 19 antibody treatment instead of the modern a vaccine, which is what they were supposed to be getting another Regeneron covert 19 Anybody treatment is a very good treatment for Covert 19. If you already have it, it doesn't prevent it. It's not a vaccination against getting the disease. It is to make it a little bit easier to live with, and for a shorter period of time, and they're going to essentially Hopes we're going to try to get this right and they don't believe there's any risk of harm they don't think anyway. Then majority leader Mitch McConnell

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West Virginia officials give 42 people antibody treatment instead of COVID-19 vaccine

Pat Thurston

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

West Virginia officials give 42 people antibody treatment instead of COVID-19 vaccine

"The West Virginia National Guard confirmed the ABC News that yesterday, 42 people received the Regeneron monoclonal antibody treatment instead of the Madonna vaccine that at a vaccination clinic hosted by staff at the Boone County Health Department. Medical experts with the Joint Interagency Task Force say that they don't believe there's any risk of harm to those 42 individuals and their contacting them. Also no word yet on how the mix up

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US to distribute Covid-19 antibody cocktail that Trump received

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

US to distribute Covid-19 antibody cocktail that Trump received

"The drug made by the biotech company where General on very soon, Here's Health and human Services director Alex Cesar to distribute about $30,000 of the Regeneron product with more Come in the ensuing Lee. This is the second antibody treatment to win emergency use approval from the FDA. The antibody treatment is the same one president Trump received when he was battling coronavirus, this report sponsored

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"regeneron" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:54 min | 3 months ago

"regeneron" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"By in the States 16 electoral Votes chair. Bradshaw. Yes, Vice Chair. Van Lang Veld. Yes, Mr to Zach. Mr Schenkel Republican Norman Schinkel abstained from the vote, while three other cameras has voted to certify. The board also agreed that the state needs to change its election system and vote to work with the state Legislature. Governor Gretchen Whitmer commended the three board members who voted yes. Bernie Bennett reporting even with the latest news President Trump still not conceding Salem, talk host and advisor to the president. Mr Assad. Dr Sebastian Gorka says Mr Trump's tenacity to verify the election results should not be misinterpreted. Throughout his career and his presidency. Trump has set goals and done everything he could within the law to achieve them. He accepts defeat but never gives up. Meanwhile, the federal government recognized Biden as the apparent winner of the November 3rd election that formally starts the transition of power. Georgia Senator Kelly Leffler remains in self quarantine amid concerns that she may have been exposed to the coronavirus. Spokesman for Leslie's campaign says she'll continue to self quarantine after getting mixed results from Cove in 19 testing campaign spokesperson Stephen Lawson has described hustlers test results is inconclusive. And says the senator will say, isolated out of what he calls an abundance of caution. Lefler is still campaigning as she faces a runoff election in January after failing to capture 50% of the vote on Election Day. But Magna report the government Tuesday will start distributing 30,000 doses of an experimental antibody drug defied covert 19, the one that President Trump received last month. Over the weekend, the FDA agreed to allow emergency use of the drug made by Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, News and analysis. Sad town hall dot com. Tell me why really factor is so successful in lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question. Beatings have childhood. The father and son, founders of.

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US to start distributing experimental virus drug

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

US to start distributing experimental virus drug

"It's just been approved for emergency usage by the FDA now the government shipping an experimental drug the second anybody treatment for coronavirus patience health and Human Services secretary Alex a stark says the government will start distributing doses of an experimental anybody drug to fight Kobe nineteen it's the same one president trump received last month we expect to distribute about thirty thousand doses of the Regeneron product tomorrow with more to come in the ensuing weeks it's given as a one time IV treatment a coronavirus patients who are at high risk of developing serious illness Dr Janet woodcock and FDA adviser to operation warp speed says studies suggest the drug can reduce the pressure on hospital systems CBOE high risk patient had a nine percent chance of hospitalization or even death that persists three percent of treated individuals earlier this month the FDA allowed similar use of drug from Eli Lilly Jennifer king Washington

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"regeneron" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:49 min | 3 months ago

"regeneron" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Y W is Andrew Kramer reports. Officials are worried. Not enough people are taking it seriously since the contact Tracers job is to alert you if you've been exposed to Cove in 19 governor Phil Murphy says. They want as many of these tracers working as they can. We're working on building capacity so that every county has at least 30 contact tracers on the job. For every 100,000 residents. We have hit this benchmark in five counties, plus the city of Newark. But having so many contacts, tracers on board won't matter If you don't do your part. Our contact treasures cannot do their jobs. If you don't take the call. Since the beginning, our contact traces have been prepared to run into brick walls with some people who just weren't going to help out. But now we're seeing a failure to cooperate. Murphy didn't get into much detail about possible repercussions if you aren't cooperating, but he did say drastic action could be taken. Andrew Kramer can one of you news radio. The Food and Drug Administration is given the OK for the emergency use of a second antibody drug to fight Cove in 19. The FDA. His rule that Regeneron's to drug cocktail has been shown to reduce hospitalizations for patients at high risk, but it's safety and effectiveness is still under evaluation. CBS News Medical contributor. Dr David Egas tells us what the treatment does When youse early in the course of a covert 19 affection, they seemed to have a dramatic effect in terms of blocking the virus and decreasing Hospitalization associate with him. President Trump received the Regeneron cocktail as a part of his cove in 19 treatment. Now the first added body drug to receive FDA approval was rendez severe. World Health Organization has since advised doctors not to use rendez of here as a covert treatment. Navigating addiction during the holidays can be difficult, especially during the pandemic..

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"regeneron" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"regeneron" Discussed on KTOK

"Regeneron says it expects to have 80,000 doses. Patients by the end of the month and 300,000 but the end of January Sue Guzman. Fox News Congress is facing a deadline to avoid a government shutdown boxes. Jared Hopper has more from Capitol Hill. A key priority for the post Thanksgiving recess is a spending bill to prevent a government shutdown on December 11th. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats and Republicans want to avoid another continuing resolution a short term measure and that hopefully we would have been able to begin Path to the Colbert that didn't happen, but hopefully it will. Congressional leaders have been stalled since the spring on additional coronavirus related relief. Democrats prefer a robust bill topping $2 trillion Senate Republicans insist on a tailored approach likely in the $500 billion range. On Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News, Thousands of anti government protesters stormed Guatemala's Congress burning part of the building. The demonstrations against Guatemala's president in the legislature followed approval of a controversial budget that slashed education and health spending. Protesters contend the budget was passed in secret. The Central American country was distracted by the pandemic. I'm jokes you Fox news. Have you ever heard of love Ember? It's an interesting way to look at men's health through the lens of a mustache, Eileen Matthews, and Here's how it works. You stuck and Noah game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance. Ready. Go. Oh, hi..

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FDA Authorizes Regeneron's Covid-19 Antibody Cocktail Drug

WBZ Afternoon News

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

FDA Authorizes Regeneron's Covid-19 Antibody Cocktail Drug

"As pharmaceutical giant. Fizer asks for quick emergency approval to start shipping its covert 19 vaccine. The Food and Drug Administration is authorizing the emergency use of a second anybody drug to fight the virus, Regeneron's to drug cocktail That was given to President Trump when he had the virus as we build our medications to treat the virus, it's certainly encouraging, but the real hope is the vaccines that should be reviewed by the FDA in the near term, and hopefully we're available before year's end in the

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"regeneron" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:13 min | 3 months ago

"regeneron" Discussed on WTOP

"Regeneron says it expects to have 80,000 doses for patients by the end of the month, and 300,000 but the end of January Sue Guzman, Fox News First covert 19 vaccines could be given on December the 12th. That's what Dr Mon Steffes Allawi, the head of the operation Warp speed, which is the U. S effort to produce the Corona virus vaccine, says, he says once the Food and Drug Administration gives the green light to a vaccine, it will ship in 24 hours. This comes as the FDA committee, one of the committee's plans to meet on December the 10th to discuss visors request for emergency use authorization for its vaccine Visor and the German partner buy on Tick recently announced that the vaccine appears 95% effective at preventing mild severe cases of the illness. A federal judge has issued a scathing order dismissing the Trump campaign's effort to block the certification of votes in Pennsylvania. U. S District Court Judge Matthew Brand rolled that Pennsylvania officials can certify election results that currently show Joe Biden winning the state by over 80,000 votes, he said the Trump campaign presented quote Strain legal arguments without merit and speculative accusations unsupported by evidence. Trump tweeted after the ruling that he couldn't understand why Biden was forming a Cabinet when the president's investigators had found quote hundreds of thousands of fraudulent votes of baseless claim for which Trump has supplied no evidence. Surely Adler Washington. Meantime, in Wisconsin, election officials in the largest county there are accusing observers for President Donald Trump of trying to obstruct a recount of the presidential results. They say it comes As cases, with watchers objecting to every ballot being recounted. They say the president requested the recount in Milwaukee and Dane County is both heavily liberal in hopes of undoing Democrat Joe Bynes victory by about 20,600 votes. The county clerk George Christiansen says the complaints have put the recount far behind schedule. Coming up on w t o P. The clock is ticking for Congress to avoid another government shutdown. It is 12 34 w T. O P The holidays air here and Safeway is ready with fresh meat and.

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Trump administration ready to distribute Covid vaccines if approved, ‘Warp Speed’ advisor says

Ric Edelman

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Trump administration ready to distribute Covid vaccines if approved, ‘Warp Speed’ advisor says

"Are more advances in the fight against Kobe 19. Saturday, the FDA granted emergency use authorization for Regeneron's antibody treatment. That's what President Trump received last month when he was sick, and the FDA also now considering emergency use authorization for five years vaccine. If that approvals given, Dr Monts Monts have have slowly slowly the the head head of of the the government's government's operation operation warp warp speed. speed. Tells Tells ABC ABC it it could could go go out out quickly. quickly. We We are are ready ready to to start start shipping shipping vaccines vaccines within within 24 24 hours hours from approval, he says. The vaccines are safe. He'd be happy to have his Children take 11 thing. He has not had any contact with the incoming bidet administration. It's incoming chief of staff, Ron Claims, says There's a lot of focus on that vaccine rollout plan that's gonna be critical in the early days. Of a buying president. So we have no access to that. That's because there's been no concession from President Trump's so the transition has not begun.

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Regeneron antibody ‘cocktail’ wins emergency-use authorization from FDA

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:14 sec | 3 months ago

Regeneron antibody ‘cocktail’ wins emergency-use authorization from FDA

"Fda granting emergency authorization to the same experimental antibody cocktail that president trump credits with helping him recover from. The corona virus similar treatment manufactured by allied lilley was granted approval for emergency. Use earlier this

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"regeneron" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:25 min | 3 months ago

"regeneron" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Vaccine front Promising as we build our medications to treat the virus. It's certainly encouraging. The real hope is that the vaccines that should be reviewed by the FDA in the near term and hopefully we're available before year's end in the country. The Regeneron cocktail was given to President Trump when he was being treated for Corona virus. The FDA. FDA is allowing the use of Regeneron in adults and Children, 12 and over her way at least £88 and who are at high risk of severe illness from Cove it because of age or some other medical condition. With covert cases so high right now, New Jersey officials say contact tracing is more important than ever. But Ky Nobody's Angel Kramer reports. They're not happy with how we the people are responding, Governor Phil Murphy says contact tracers have a big responsibility. Their sole job is to stop those who make of exposed but may have been exposed to covet 19 from unintentionally spreading it. Is someone else, but they can't do their job. If you don't answer their calls, something, Murphy says, unfortunately, is happening too much and it shouldn't they don't care where you were or what you were doing. The only thing they care about is taken. You taking yourself off the field, so you don't become a super spreader? Sure is. He has been working to add more contact tracers lately, But that won't matter if you don't cooperate, and we reserve the right to take more drastic action, and if we don't get better cooperation Better compliance. We will. He didn't get into specifics, though, about what that action might entail. Andrew Kramer Kay, whatever you news radio President Trump joined in on a part of the G 20 summit Saturday session held virtually this year. CBS News correspondent Chip Reid tells us. The president skipped out on the part of the summit focused on the Corona virus and went golfing instead. Not surprisingly, President Trump was tweeting about his efforts to overturn the presidential election results, he wrote quote. We will show massive and unprecedented fraud. But what was surprising is that he was tweeting about that, at the same time that he was participating with foreign leaders in a G 20 summit. Soon after that the president headed for the golf course. Instead of participating in a session on fighting the global pandemic. The prisoner is expected to join another virtual session of the G 20 this morning, according to his White House schedule, Things portion of the news is sponsored by Rosengarten Roof and Get Your Free Estimate it roof nick dot com The Eagles are getting ready for this afternoon's game against the Browns..

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FDA allows emergency use of antibody drug Trump received

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

FDA allows emergency use of antibody drug Trump received

"U. S. health officials have agreed to allow emergency use of a second antibody drug to help the immune system fight covert nineteen the food and drug administration has authorized use of Regeneron that's the experimental medicine that president trump was given when he had covered nineteen last month the drug may prevent hospitalization and worsening disease from developing in patients with mild to moderate symptoms the FDA allowed its use in adults and children twelve and over the way at least eighty eight pounds and who are at high risk of severe illness from covert nineteen emergency authorization allows use of the drug to start while studies are continuing to establish safety and effectiveness shortly after Washington

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FDA Authorizes Regeneron's Covid-19 Antibody Cocktail Drug

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

FDA Authorizes Regeneron's Covid-19 Antibody Cocktail Drug

"Coronavirus treatment President Trump received has gotten a green light from the Food and Drug Administration. The FDA has granted in emergency use authorization to Regeneron for its antibody drug that helps the immune system Fight Cove in 19. It's a second antibody drug to receive FDA emergency approval. The number of people who have contracted the Corona virus in the U. S now tops 12 million, and researchers at Johns Hopkins University say death total more than 255,000. Health officials urging Americans not to travel for Thanksgiving and

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FDA allows emergency use of antibody drug Trump received

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

FDA allows emergency use of antibody drug Trump received

"Coronavirus treatment President Trump received has gotten a green light from the Food and Drug Administration. The FDA has awarded an emergency use authorization to Regeneron for its antibody drug that helps the immune system fight covert 19. It's a second antibody drug to receive FDA emergency approval.

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When will Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine be ready to ship?

KYW 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

When will Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine be ready to ship?

"Has authorized emergency use of a second antibody drug to fight covert 19. The FDA says the safety and effectiveness of Regeneron's to drug cocktail is still being evaluated, but it has shown to reduce hospitals hospitalizations for patients at high risk. CBS News Medical contributor. Dr David Egas says this, along with recent headway on vaccines is promising. As we build our medications to treat the virus. It's certainly encouraging. The real hope is the vaccines that should be reviewed by the FDA in the near term, and hopefully we're available before year's end in the country. Regeneron Kaka was given to President Trump when he was being treated for Corona virus. The FDA is allowing the use of Regeneron adults and Children, 12 and over who weigh at least £88 and who are at high risk of severe illness from covert 19 because of age or some medical conditions.

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FDA Authorizes Regeneron's Covid-19 Antibody Cocktail Drug

Weekend Magazine with Rob Pratte

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

FDA Authorizes Regeneron's Covid-19 Antibody Cocktail Drug

"More good news about a treatment for Corona virus. The FDA has given approval for the emergency use of the antibody drug President Trump received. I'm Tom 40 as pharmaceutical giant. Pfizer asks for quick emergency approval to start shipping its covert 19 vaccine, The Food and Drug Administration is authorizing the emergency use of a second anybody drug to fight the virus. Regeneron's to drug cocktail that was given to President Trump when he had the virus as we build our medications to treat the virus. It's certainly encouraging, but the real hope is thieve AC scenes that should be reviewed by the FDA in the near term and hopefully we're available before year's end in the country.

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FDA Authorizes Regeneron's Covid-19 Antibody Cocktail Drug

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:16 sec | 3 months ago

FDA Authorizes Regeneron's Covid-19 Antibody Cocktail Drug

"Company Pfizer is asking for quick emergency approval to start shipping its covert 19 vaccine. As the Food and Drug Administration authorizes the emergency use of a second antibody drug Regeneron's to drug cocktail that was given to Mr Trump when he had the virus,

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"regeneron" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:43 min | 3 months ago

"regeneron" Discussed on WTOP

"Standing in Statuary Hall. The panel, which is taking suggestions through the 27th will make its recommendations to the General Assembly in December. Taken Cloherty w T o P News Breaking news on w T o P experimental drug. The experimental drug given to President Donald Trump when he was infected with covert 19 has won FDA authorization. According to The Washington Post. The drug, which was made by Regeneron Pharmaceuticals was made to prevent people from growing severely ill. From Cove in 19 Regeneron. Executives of the company projects having enough doses for 80,000 patients by the end of November and 300,000 total doses by the end of January. Ah! That again. The experimental drug given to the president when he was infected with Cove in 19 has won FDA emergency authorization. Ah Federal funding Wish list just got approved in D. C. Not even a million dollars, but it's gonna have a big impact. Our transportation system isn't just about Rose. It's not just about cars. It's about people talking about seven projects in D. C just to prove to receive federal transportation alternatives grants. Some of them don't even seem like transportation projects. But they truly are transportation planning board planter John Swanson, the floor billion stations and the tiles are coming up. This is a pedestrian safety issue. Money also will help pay for road murals and curb extensions that dangerous intersections and to widen sidewalks along Art of Blair Road people who are in wheelchairs kids getting to school, all kinds of vulnerable populations are really dependent on improvements like these Christi King. W. T o P News. The pandemic has accelerated what is already a.

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"regeneron" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:55 min | 4 months ago

"regeneron" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Out twice. He did go on one ride, Teo give a thumbs up to supporters outside of Walter Reed over the weekend. 809 for one, Shawn, you want to be a part of the program will get to your calls in the bottom half hour of the program. It is 29 days. You are the ultimate jury here to weigh in on the advancement of the Therapeutics and the advancement of the vaccine. Numerous now trial's final stage human trials going on for a vaccine and and they continue, Dr Harvey rushes with us yell epidemiology professor Dr George Ferried back with us to Harvard Medical School. And he has by the way, along with other doctors treated over 2000 Covert 19 patients. Hey, does believe in hydroxy chloral Quinn as one of the one of the therapeutics that can be used. Welcome Both of you back to the program. I guess the the one that we're now hearing the most about that The president used from early on is Regeneron. Dr Rish. What do you What do you think of Regeneron in terms of a new therapeutic that show him pretty promising results. I think it's still experimental, actually, and promises good, but we really need tohave. Trials of that in people on larger scale to know exactly what it's likely to doing what its side effects are. There are people who have adverse reactions to it on DH. He might not be life threatening, but they require immediate care. And it's hard to predict when that happened. So you have to have everything worked out in order to use the medication like that. But the important thing about all this is that he got care quickly and aggressively. And that's what we've been saying, for the longest time that you can't just let people left there at home with nothing for two weeks and go to the hospital, you have to be able to treat people aggressively and quickly I agree with with all of that. It's hard for something even mentioned hydroxy chloral Quinn. At this point you in agreement with that, Or do you believe that it has shown to be an effective early treatment as some other studies? Some now some numerous studies have shown no, it is an effective early treatment, but it's not the only treatment. The point is with severe which is the president is taking of run of now. How do you feel about both of them? I think that he got a cocktail of things that has worked for him and That included Vitamin D it included. Think it included? Whatever it was that got the sink into his cells that have been effective. A drastic work when is a an expensive thing that can work in the population? But when you are Talking about the president of a country where no no expenses spared and you could do it in the hospital. You want to be, you know, be open to the world, so to speak for anything that can work. And that's what he got. But it's not generalize able to your everyday person of the population who needs to be treated quickly outside the hospital and let's talk to you, Dr. Fareed, you've dealt with a lot of patients that have covert 19. You're watching. What the president this the cocktails as we call it of varying therapeutics. Taking them very early in the process that is shown to be very critical to get in there early. Your thoughts on Regeneron your thoughts on hydroxy Claure Quinn with zinc and and Zithromax, Meson and Now we're using Mohr of thes inhaler. Steroids on top of room. Disa Veer. I mean, a lot more options than we had in the beginning of this. Thank you very much. I agree fully with Dr Reisch and what he stated in that. I am an advocate of hydrochloric win. I've thought it here with a great colleague of mine, Dr Brian Tyson at his urgent care clinic, and we set up a model of the fever clinic sitter throughout Saudi Arabia and have allowed them to Overcome the pandemic with hydroxy clerk when sync and and the other support of medications. Uh what we did in this program here in the Imperial Valley, which was the epicenter for Be a pandemic of California in June and July is through Dr Tyson's Kane approach of bringing in patients in an orderly way. Getting them screen getting chest X Ray's getting all the history that would be appropriate to allow them to take hydroxy clerk on which is very safe. He had no fatalities in that center and in my own clinic, 300 patients who did very well with it, but it's basically the but it's when taken early. That seems to be critical. Yeah, Yeah, no, no, Exactly. It has window and it lowers viral load it. It's like the out of body Cocteau, the duck that president it's Trump received, which Help lower the viral load, we presume, but we could have given hydroxy chloral Quinn and convalescent plasma for that matter at that early period. With regard to the rendez severe. It may or may not be as effective hydroxy clerk went quite frankly, but, uh and studies are coming out that suggests that it isn't such a great Effective agent in different stages of covert 19, But I mean, I think he's President. Trump received very good early treatment. As Dr Reisch pointed out, and I just want to have Dr Fauci and others look a series of questions that we hope Congress who send to him that addresses why we haven't had the ability to use and doctors haven't known that hydroxy clerk is a very safe And good option. We could have started this in March and had thousands and thousands of people saved. Oh, I I'm never going to change my opinion on that. But that's something my colleagues don palm pan, a great doctor and Michael Jacobs from Florida in extremely good doctor. Composed these 20 questions that hopefully Congress will address toothy FDA and particularly Dr fell CI to get answers to allowing us to encourage doctors to use an early treatment that that is practical. That's $150 supposed to thousands and thousands for the treatment of the president. Trump received so it we have to be flexible on we have to use what is safe and what is effective in lowering the viral load. And that's what our cocktail does. Has anybody and I have not gotten gotten a satisfactory answer about any prophylactic qualities or properties. That, for example, Hydroxy Clark one hand I mean early on. It was talk about the use of hydroxy Claure Quinn in rheumatoid arthritis patients or those with Lupus or as an anti malarial and that there were far fewer incidences of people contracting covert 19. Did we ever get an answer on that doctor? Rich will start with you. The answer that actually is quite recently. Yes, on that was shown in a meta analysis that's on the pre print server met our cotton By the left authors. Miguel turn on on what they did is they put together studies the randomized controlled trials that looked on Lee at use in either Prevention asshole before exposure or very recent use right after exposure to prevent the generation of symptoms, and they showed a statistically significant benefit. Using a drug to cork when in those two circumstances, So the answer to that, as we know now is yes, it, um commence what the four studies in India that showed that after enough of a dose of the drug to cork one has built up over 5 to 6 weeks..

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"regeneron" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:22 min | 4 months ago

"regeneron" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Rain. Delta is expected to hit south Central Louisiana Friday evening with 100 Mile an hour winds. President Trump tells Fox News. He's eager to get back on the campaign trail and insists even after having the Corona virus for more than 10 days. I'm in great. His White House physician says the president can resume public appearances by the weekend. Trump credits his medical treatment, which included experimental drugs. This Regeneron is phenomenal, and Eli Lilly has something very comparable. It's phenomenal, and it's A whole new day. The president says he may hold a campaign rally in Florida Saturday. Democratic rival Joe Biden and running mate Senator Kamala Harris campaign by bus Thursday with a stop in Phoenix for Biden criticized the president's decision to call off covert relief talks until after the election. How many more have to go under? How many more dreams have to be extinguished. Because this president through in the town started folks down on your knees. He's still trying to take care of take away health care. We think about on Del futures up more than 100 points of this our after yesterday's 122 Point gain, America's listening to Fox News From the front news podcasts Network alone Pary, no inspire walls. I'll tell you what. Trump has no political option but to proceed if he left it open by was going to use it the way Trump used Scully a seat 2016 no doubt about it. Also, that's what his voters want right. Trump's base would not want him to chance losing the seat. They would be very angry with the president, he said. We'll just see what happened. They want this subscribe and listen. Now we're going to a fox news podcast. Don Kam We're a nation founded on principles on freedom with leaders have changed the course of human civilization. When we take part in democracy, we control our destiny. We exercise our rights and hold our leaders accountable and we always speak our mind. We may be separated by issues, but we're united by a common truth. America's ultimate power lies in her people. Democracy 2020, It's enduring news America is watching. Michigan.

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"regeneron" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:55 min | 5 months ago

"regeneron" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Raker Sherry pulmonologist out of ST Joe's is with us, and I guess the one thing everyone is talking about is the president. United States. Dr Ray. Welcome to the program. How are you, sir? Him. I am doing well, Grandma voice. I gather you're doing well, I'm doing you Look, I couldn't be happier except for we have a dog and the dog was in my office about 10 minutes before I started tonight, and he farted in a radical ways so I might be passing out throughout this first segment. Now see, that's that's the perils of working from home. That's right. Would never have. That would never happen to you in the studio. Never. Yeah, but I brought my dog my study before he did the same thing. He has. No, he has no concern. Run and also in the studio you'd have. You would have to deal with the same Mike Bill Handel uses. So that's a problem. And Gary and Shannon and John and can and Norrie and Jennifer Jones Lee and then on and on and on. I think I'm in more danger right now than the president of states. Hey, So we all saw this order if you watch it today. But the king of media, the new king of media at six o'clock, said, or 6, 30 said, Hey, let's take a plane out of the hospital in Maryland back to the White House. And it was choreographed Tio coincide with the evening news and started 6 31 and ended 6 59. He took up the entire half our newscast of everybody on the East Coast and they were living. But they were well, you know, we ought to talk a little bit about his situation because you know, it's uh, It's pretty important. I guess the thing that I found fascinating Is the regimen he was on. Is basically the same regimen we've been using at ST Joseph's in armed for least four months for Doctor. I know you're a humble man, but the regiment that he is on was first discussed on this radio show. Buy you back in late February. Oh, well, not February because we didn't have him disappear. But everything else? Yeah. And ah Ah, you know, we we use Ah, and the desert where we use Vex Samantha's own. We use asked Amusing game vitamin D aspirin. You said it all I can read. I can play the show for you. Yeah, No, I know we well and it and it's a good regiment. And it works and I saw these All these people criticizing the regiment and I thought, Good Lord, what is wrong with these people? And then they said, Well, the average human Cannot get this. No, they can. If they go to the right place, they can get this. So is it expensive? You know Well, the Regeneron and the rendez A very expensive Dexter. Methadone is not expensive. Oxygen is, you know, available in every hospital in the United States. Aspirin's not expensive promoting, not expensive vitamin B is not expensive. What is the amount of in that cocktail? What's the antiviral? I'm dizzy. Very well. The yes. Rendez enters the antiviral. Now the Regeneron is a polygonal antibody. Next public, Lorna means it comes from two different cell lines. Monoclonal means it comes from one cell line. There's two different antibiotics in it, and they attack despite protein on the Corona virus, and then the rendez severe is an antiviral. Which prevents the replication of the virus so that both of those together reduced the viral load. And there's a lot of evidence to show that if the viral load is reduced Or if the person is exposed to a reduced viral OD either way, the likelihood of a severe side of hide reaction. You know, inflammatory reaction, which is serious part of the curse like 7 to 10. Days later, the likelihood of that goes way down. So, doctor. They did that. So? So Dr Rigas, Sherri's with us who, by the way is not a viral load by the way on DH. What is what is the most expensive drug There is. A what? And B. Why hasn't this cocktail then assembled before and given to people, or has it? Well, we'll be needing him deserve you now for months, and that's expensive, But I don't think it's as expensive as the Regeneron. You know, the Regeneron is the newest and it's not. It's actually approved right now for compassionate use. And I haven't used it. How is it taken is in a shot form. Is it the drip bag? Intravenous. Yeah. Serena, you guys called drip bag. No intravenous ivy, All right. All right, So, Doctor, what is the most expensive is which one of those and how much is it? Well, I don't know. I really don't know that I said I would get general is the most expensive. Oh, no, I'm not going to get okay. Alright, so s so this is now you say, Do you suggest that nobody gets near Donald Trump President Trump the next 7 to 10 days. Well, when you have Ah, viral load, I would suggest that nobody get near him. That's correct. I suspect that at this point, his viral load is dramatically reduced. I'm not exactly certain. When he got the virus, you know, he think announced that he had the virus on Friday. Andi, I think ho picks announced on Thursday morning. Ahh. She got a positive test Wednesday, so President Trump could have had this virus. For several days prior to him turning positive, But your test turns positive 2 to 5 days after you get it, so Let's say he was on Day three on Friday. So now we have Ah, Saturday, Sunday Monday, Tuesday on Monday, so that's four more days. I'm sorry through three more days so he could be in day six right now. So another couple of days. He's probably not going to be infectious anymore. All right, we gotta take a break when we come back, and we talk about why New York City is shutting down and why there are so many new infections in France and Spain going over those, okay? Excellent Dr Raker Cherries with his man, the world's greatest pulmonologist, And he's on with us every Monday and every Thursday from 6 to 6 30. I dare you to find.

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"regeneron" Discussed on Squawk Pod

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05:05 min | 5 months ago

"regeneron" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Whether they're..

"regeneron" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

01:44 min | 5 months ago

"regeneron" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Tracking the COVID thousand nine outbreak at the White House with Dr Scott Gottlieb. I think there's a lot more at the White House staff could have done. They had a system in place where they basically were depending on testing alone to keep the president safe because they weren't taking adequate measures inside the White House compound discerning the president's condition with CNBC's make to. Route doctors that I spoke with over the weekend point out that an oxygen level of ninety, four percent or less which has doctor said the president reached twice in the last few days does.

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"regeneron" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:48 min | 9 months ago

"regeneron" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Are getting under way at the pharmaceutical company Regeneron which created an antibody drug cocktail it's similar to convalescent plasma except instead of harvesting antibodies from someone who was recovered from the virus Regeneron created the antibodies in a lab Regeneron's chief scientific officer Georgian Koppel this is with us so as I understand it you're testing this cocktail of antibodies twice to see whether it could prevent covert nineteen and whether it could treat people who are already sick well what our antibody cocktail is it's what's called a passive vaccine but also a treatment it can instantaneously provide this sort of protection that a vaccine can do it's just that unlike a vaccine which could be permanent for life you have to keep getting treated with this to provide ongoing prevention but moreover more so than a vaccine a vaccine doesn't help you if you're already sick R. in a bi cocktail can be a treat that is if you're already sick and your body is trying to fight the virus these antibodies can come in that we inject and they can essentially blocking kill the virus and help you recover so our cocktail is going into four different kinds of trials both for the prevention in people who are not infected but also to treat people who are already infected both at the early stages of infection and at the late stages so what we would predict is that our antibody cocktail could work best to prevent just like a vaccine except you have to keep giving it if you're early in the infection that is you're not yet hospitalize you not on a ventilator you can hopefully reverse the disease and keep it from progressing and eliminate the virus from your body so you never become hospitalized and we're also doing trials in hospitalized patients hopefully for those people if you're already sick your have a lot of virus in you we can help control the virus and make you better well it uses antibodies you've created the antibodies in a lab these this is not convalescent plasma taken from an infected person yes so over the last couple of decades actually we've developed the technologies to essentially make the best of antibodies that either human being would create in response to fighting the fires themselves or in response to a backseat and so basically we developed technology to allow us to make these antibodies outside the body the best of these antibodies grow them up in these large bioreactors purify them very constrained forming given back the patients as if these patients have been vaccinated instantaneously but with the best of the antibodies that you can get from a vaccine but the other important discovery that we made in this is really shouldn't be a surprise causes the history using more traditional anti viral drugs is that a lot of the times these drugs when given one at a time when the attack one spot on the virus traditionally antiviral drugs can lead to mutant skate that was the history with H. I. V. chill they realize that they had to put multiple drugs together that hit the virus in different spots to create a cocktail and that not only treated the virus initially but kept them from escaping with this cocktail with a collection of antibodies it hit the virus at different points you not only treat effectively but you prevent this escape judging Coppola said Regeneron a treatment or a preventive could certainly generate the kind of confidence needed to boost the economy re openings are under way but another one point five million people filed new claims for unemployment Chris Rupkey the chief economist at MUFG New York is with us all those things square all the restart all the re opening in yet an astonishing number of unemployment filings it's an amazing thing here I can't really account for much too high one point five million people new people around the country applied in the June six week benefits because they've been fired so something clearly still wrong I need to put it in perspective the worst point of the Great Recession in two thousand and seven through two thousand and nine the worst one week for filings initial unemployment claims was six hundred and sixty five thousand so we're still over double zero two and a half times the worst level from that recession which we thought was the worst since the Great Depression times are still not very good right now if you're trying to get a job any idea what accounts for that I think what happens is as time goes on and businesses experience sharply reduced sales they find that they simply cannot hang on to the same number of workers so this kind of cascades through industry needs three different businesses everyone at these companies and management starts to reject the heck cannot just slightly and it's light enough to cause one point five million with job losses now one of the interesting things is it should still happen is that many people who are receiving unemployment right now with your eighteen point nine million that number will come down with the eighteen point nine million will come down and even if initial going up other people will will be getting jobs so the total pool of joblessness out there will start to come down gradually I saw the feds say that even by the end of the year the unemployment rate would remain above nine percent this is just going to take an awfully long time well that's been the history the job losses I have not turned into employment gains except very very gradually over all these recessions so the federal open market committee they do their forecasts and you know you have to wonder what forecaster a lot of work at this stage than good so unpredictable right now but they're actually looking for even better unemployment falling down I think six or seven percent a year after that so this if that occurs before canceling the federal open market committee has right now for unemployment rate declined in the next couple years that would be the fastest on record so you might ask yourself if that possible and that's the million dollar question here I was gonna ask you if that's possible it seems rather unlikely doesn't it kind of like Humpty Dumpty on the wall fell off had a great small and and you know no one in Washington can put him back together again it it's probably gonna be difficult due to social distancing out there that remains a lot of these jobs are not coming back if the permanent alterations in the number of people employed at the shops at malls bars and restaurants hotels motels it's a bit of a mess I I think it's going to be an extended period of joblessness out there unfortunately Chris Rupkey MUFG New York Idaho announced today the state is reached the final stage of its re opening planned meeting sports venues in night clubs can operate and visits to senior centers can resume physical distancing is still required but workplace staffing restrictions have been lifted in.

Regeneron
"regeneron" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

07:52 min | 9 months ago

"regeneron" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Today about a possible coronavirus treatment clinical trials are getting under way at the pharmaceutical company Regeneron which created an antibody drug cocktail it's similar to convalescent plasma except instead of harvesting antibodies from someone who was recovered from the virus Regeneron created the antibodies in a lab Regeneron's chief scientific officer Georgian couple this is with us so as I understand it you're testing this cocktail of antibodies twice to see whether it could prevent covert nineteen and whether it could treat people who are already sick well what our antibody cocktail is it's what's called a passive vaccine but also a treatment it can instantaneously provide this sort of protection that a vaccine can do it's just that unlike the vaccine which could be permitted for life you have to keep getting treated with this to provide ongoing prevention but moreover more so than a vaccine a vaccine doesn't help you if you're already sick are anybody cocktail can be a treat that is if you're already sick and your body is trying to fight the virus these antibodies can come in that we inject and they can essentially blocking kill the virus and help you recover so our cocktail is going into four different kinds of trials both for the prevention in people who are not infected but also to treat people who are already infected both at the early stages of infection and if the late stages so what we would predict is that our antibody cocktail could work best to prevent just like a vaccine except you have to keep giving it if you're early in the infection that is you're not yet hospitalize you not on a ventilator you can hopefully reverse the disease and keep it from progressing and eliminate the virus from your body so you can never become hospitalized and we're also doing trials in hospitalized patients hopefully for those people if you're already sick your have a lot of virus in you we can help control the virus and make you better well it uses antibodies you've created the antibodies in a lab these this is not convalescent plasma taken from an infected person yes so over the last couple of decades actually we've developed the technologies to essentially make the best of antibodies that either a human being would create in response to fighting the virus themselves or in response to a vaccine and so basically we developed technology it allows to make these antibodies outside the body the best of these antibodies grow them up in these large bioreactors purify them in very Custer informing given back the patients as if these patients have been vaccinated instantaneously but with the best of the antibodies that you can get from a vaccine but the other important discovery that we made in this is really shouldn't be a surprise causes the history using more traditional anti viral drugs is that a lot of the times these drugs when given one at a time when the attack one spot on the virus traditionally antiviral drugs can lead to mutant skate that was the history with H. I. V. Intel they realize that they had to put multiple drugs together that hit the buyers in different spots to create a cocktail and that not only treated the virus initially but kept them from escaping with this cocktail with a collection of antibodies that hit the virus at different points you not only treat effectively but you prevent this escape judging Coppola said Regeneron a treatment or a preventive could certainly generate the kind of confidence needed to boost the economy re openings are under way but another one point five million people filed new claims for unemployment Chris Rupkey the chief economist at MUFG New York is with us all of those things where all the restart all the re opening in yet an astonishing number of unemployment filings it's an amazing day here I can't really account for much too high one point five million people new people around the country applied in the June six week benefits because they've been fired so something's clearly still wrong I mean to put it in perspective the worst point of the Great Recession in two thousand and seven through two thousand and nine the worst one week for filings for initial unemployment claims was six hundred and sixty five thousand so we're still over double zero two and a half times the worst level from that recession which we thought was the worst since the Great Depression times are still not very good right now if you're trying to get a job any idea what accounts for that I think what happens is as time goes on and businesses experienced sharply reduced sales they find that they simply cannot hang on to the same number of workers so this kind of cascades through industry needs for different businesses everyone at these companies and management starts to reject the heck cannot just slightly and it's light enough to cause one point five million with job loss which now one of the interesting things is already it should still happen is that many people who are receiving unemployment right now with your eighteen point nine million that number will come down to the eighteen point nine million will come down and even if initial going up other people will will be getting jobs so the total pool of joblessness out there will start to come down gradually I saw the said say that even by the end of the year the unemployment rate would remain above nine percent this is just going to take an awfully long time well that's been the history the job losses I have not turned into employment gains except very very gradually over all these recessions so the federal open market committee they do their forecasts and you know you have to wonder what for cancer hello world at this stage than good so unpredictable right now but they're actually looking for even better unemployment falling down I think six or seven percent a year after that so this if that occurs before canceling the federal open market committee has right now for unemployment rate declining the next couple years that would be the fastest on record so you might ask yourself if that possible and that's the million dollar question here I was gonna ask you if that's possible it seems rather unlikely doesn't it it's kind of like Humpty Dumpty on the wall fell off a great fall and you know no one in Washington can put him back together again it it's probably going to be difficult due to social distancing out there that remains a lot of these jobs are not coming back there could be permanent alterations in the number of people employed at the shops at malls bars and restaurants hotels motels it's a bit of a mess I I think it's going to be an extended period of joblessness out there unfortunately Chris Rupkey MUFG New York Idaho announced today the state is reached the final stage of its re opening planned meeting sports venues in night clubs can operate and visits to senior centers can resume physical distancing is still required but workplace staffing restrictions have been lifted in.

Regeneron
"regeneron" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"regeneron" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Not just one time. We'll look the great conundrum. The more you try to bend the curve the longer this actually is going to take place for and they're more arguably hopefully will help with the human damage but we will also create economic damage. And so there's going to be very complicated. I eight to say that there should be a balance because I think that the the human element is so critical gear. And nobody's going to. I think people are GonNa say whatever it costs. It costs. But that's where we are. I think you said it very well. We have to continue to consider what it means to die from this virus. It's very very difficult and tragic situation but we also have to have a conversation about. How are we going to live with it and we have to figure that out You know are these kind of measures that we're taking right now. Do they. Work Number One and number two. Do we envision America that for the next eighteen months will be incomplete lockdown. I right now. We just heard the numbers from China and as soon as China goes back to work and people are back on subways and trains and and all the different forms of Cup transportation and when they're cheek-to-jowl manufacturing plants when they're in public places. I for one believe that. We're going to see a resurgence of cases mistake. Is this approach a mistake? I mean you have can. You don't sounds like it's a little bit like what Boris Johnson was doing up until about forty eight hours ago now. I'm not suggesting that we shouldn't try to bend the curve. What I'm saying that is just as you articulated so well. We have a natural tension here. Postponing cases means that they're just going to happen later. Which means that we continue to drag this out. That's the hope we have to do that. But we hope also includes having a vaccine that one day we'll get us out otherwise eventually the twenty to sixty percent of Americans that were we believe. We'll get this. We'll get this and so our hope is that we suppress it but we will only be saved really when we have a vaccine your point and I agree with you. One hundred percent understand about trying to bend the Curve. But if you're right and if this last for eighteen months and every time anybody leaves and go back to school goes back to home back to work after that. You almost start to think that you're better off getting sick earlier rather than later before you've seen the healthcare system overrun while they're still ventilators around while they're still beds around you know you asked me at the top of the interview you know. What's the good news? Just the very fact that you just said that. That's good news. We're starting to think about this in a much. More realistic way is not knee jerk. It's not pie in the sky. It's not overall going to die and inside also is not a problem. This is hard. This is really hard but we can get through this. But we're going to have the very discussion that you just articulated so well we have to learn to both how we're GONNA die with this virus but also how we're going to live with it and that's to me the most important message today. Michael we appreciate you joining us this morning. Please stay safe out there. Thank you next. Unsquashed pod read. It's co-founder on texts role in curbing misinformation during a crisis each event forces the hand of all these social media companies to say like yes we can actually editorialize and you know when it's the public good at stake. I think we'll be right back fan by Joe and three one good morning. I'm Joe Kernan along with Becky. Quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin together and spirit but we are now coming to you from separate. Locations Casa Casa quick and CASA NASDAQ. With which is now calling. Andrew at least for the time being talking about social distancing in this time social distancing one tech entrepreneurs shouting from the rooftops literally that staying home saves lives joining us. Right now is ready to utilize cofounder Alexa. So Hainian he bought billboards in Times Square urging people to self isolate one hundred thousand person conference cancelled saves two hundred lives Alexis. Thank you for joining us. This morning When did you get this idea to do this? And where do you come from You Know I. I've spent a Lotta time whether it was co founding read it Or even just just spent a lot of time on social media and one of the things I've found. Is that out of home? Advertising not only works in the physical locations where your advertising but it also can generate quite a story. It's like the one ad format that can go viral and so I was probably Probably just up one night and a popped in my hat twitter now just a few days ago we we turn it around pretty quick. I was pretty proud of the initialized team to get it all up. Probably what these It's you know it's actually surprisingly reasonable. All things considered to help us in case I may want to buy a billboard. I'm just asking a friend I it it. It totally varies based on location. But I I it. Ranges from anywhere in the thousands to hundreds of thousands. By one genuinely depends. You've gone you have to go on AD. Quick your politics. We'll leave it alone. Let me ask you given question. Which is Millennials and so many of the young people out there some of them taking it very seriously but so many not. I'm looking at a tweet right now. The Corona virus made Made flights so cheap. I think it's finally time to start traveling. I'm here for a good time. Not a long time. So what what do you make of that? And you see that all over social media right now. Yeah it's frustrating. Look I think the that sort of apathy towards CRA viruses not. It's not just miles. I think across the board A large percentage of folks have have not taken seriously. I think in in large part because they're not appreciating the fact that you can not display symptoms and still be carrying it. And and you could you know. Get it but still recover if you are healthy. And I think the charge for all of us as Americans right now is to decide that the greater good the people in our society specifically the elderly and those with health conditions weakened immune systems. You know they are a priority right now and it's incumbent on us to like not go to war but really just go to our sofas. Lx renting the question. Which is how do you do it? And the reason I say how do you do it is i? Constantly being told. Don't panic. People don't panic. Don't panic anybody. Frankly if I'm being honest about it. I wish that we had panicked people more and earlier With exponential growth. That is usually actually the best. Bet You would rather do more earlier to try to stave off that kind of growth person doing lesson then wondering how much more you could have done And so look I think this is. This is now a an effort that all of us are required to participate in and and I wanna see I mean. We're seeing more people talking about supporting their local small businesses with gift certificates Things like that are going to be vital. Because we've got a lot of folks we're going to be severely economically affected by this and you know frankly a guy like Andrew Gangs A month proposition doesn't seem so unreasonable. Right now at a time when I think even just some small direct cash infusion would make a huge difference on a lot of American lives in the next six months Alexis finally. What do you make of the misinformation that does seem to be spreading on social media? Facebook has tried to tamp down on it. It's actually become a unique and interesting issue in so far as that at least up until now facebook's policy has been not to try to tamp down on some of this information on this they say they will. I don't know if you think this is GonNa Change the dynamic when it comes to politics and everything else in the future as well but what do you think that social media companies should be doing well. I think it's a really good precedent that actually just earlier today. All the major companies all the major social media companies including read it announced steps and actions. They're taking to prevent the spread of Miss Information About Krona virus. And I think there are going to be new procedures in place as a result of this because this event forces the hand of all these social media companies to say that like yes we can actually.

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Squawk Pod

08:58 min | 1 year ago

"regeneron" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"And naive about how thin the veneer of civilization once the system breaks. And they're also naive about what we're up against up against Mother Nature here. Okay the downsides of Mother Nature the spread of viruses. You know one of my real teachers and friend Rob Watson who who invented green buildings. Rob's likes to say you know Your Mother Nature is just chemistry biology and physics. That's all she is. You can't talk her up. You can't talk her down. You can't say Mother Nature We. We're having a recession year. Could could Kinda lay off the viruses while she's GonNa do whatever chemistry biology and physics dictate and mother. Nature always bats last and she always bats a thousand. Do not mess with Mother Nature. And that's what we're up against. This is different than two thousand eight. This is different from anything we have experienced begins this relentless exponential force and in the face of that we have to take extraordinary measures to protect the system because that is what is potentially at stake. Hey Tom on that note. We're GONNA leave it there but we will tell you against thank you guys smart. Thank you. Tease will be next. Squawk box returns from New York. Nasdaq the Kernan household. Quick House. Infectious disease specialist. Dr Michael Oester warns that Corona virus concerns could be with us for quite a while. There's a misconception about bending the curve this viruses likely you're gonNA be there until we have vaccine gets eighteen months squawk back after this. No one likes to feel stuck boxed in or held back especially by your cloud. It's a problem but the IBM cloud is different. It's the most open insecure public cloud for business. It can manage all your apps and data anywhere across all your clouds so it can help take on anything from re booking flights on fly to restocking shelves on demand. Without getting in your way smart loves problems IBM. Let's put smart to work visit. Ibm DOT com slash flexible to learn more this squawk pod from CNBC? Here's Joe Kernan. Breaking news this morning regeneration says it has identified antibodies to treat the Corona Virus. Pfizer's teaming up with a biotech or by on tech and Germany to develop a possible vaccine against the viruses the the clinical news. We're hearing this morning or the research news. Make drill joins us on the news line so this. This doesn't seem that it doesn't seem like a big leap. You get some some. Antibodies in mice and they fully humanized which we've been doing for years now. They humanize the antibody so that there's no Immune response and this seems to work and they're very promising in your view. Yes Joe they have four approved drugs using this technology already for things like high cholesterol rheumatoid arthritis other maladies and they've used this technology successfully number of times. And you know it's actually kind of crazy about the way they do this is they've created mice They genetically engineered them to have human immune systems. What they do is expose the mice to the proteins that they want them to generate an immune response against so in the case of the virus. A part of the virus and the mice develop these human antibodies and then they choose the best one to develop into medicine and so this could potentially be both protected the given in advance of infection and potentially treat the infection but it is still in early testing right now. It's not even people yet but the news this morning is that they aim to start human clinical trials by the beginning of the summer and the the the proof of like they do and technology. I mean this has worked and it's worked without side effects in other treatments to this exact method so in principle you should be able to design it possibly for covert nineteen. Yes absolutely. I mean they don't have to go through the barrage of human testing to make sure that it is safe and that it does work and that of course takes time. We shouldn't be telling people there's going to be a treatment by the beginning of the summer but they will begin testing then and they'll see data after that within a few months presumably work works for a bullet to write. It did work for a Bulla. They were able to do exactly the same thing and what they did was. They chose three antibodies to That attack that virus they made them into a cocktail treatment and that drug was tested along with a few others in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Where there's an ongoing outbreak It showed that it he were people with people. Died taking that drug than other drugs so it actually saves lives in that clinical trial and now That drug is up for. Fda approval Four bullets this is worse. There's also news on on vaccines this morning. Visor has announced that partnering with a German Biotech Comedy Biotech To develop a Messenger. Arnie based faxing. That's the scene technology as Maderna's vaccine with partnered with the National Institutes of Health. And they also have an incredibly fast time line for starting human clinical trials. They're saying by the end of April. They hope to be in human clinical trials. That's just about a month behind Madonna's vaccine now of course this is going to be a year long at least development process until we get a vaccine but these timelines are faster than we've ever seen in history for vaccine development and the the the difference between a vaccine and a therapeutic in a nutshell. What how long you think it is. Is it a whole year? Would you think a delay for vaccine versus a therapeutic neck? Well it certainly could be. Because some of the therapeutics that are being tested are already on the market So regeneration rheumatoid arthritis drug which announced yesterday it starting clinical trials that could potentially treat the most severe patients who have this immune response in their lungs. If that's successful in this trial which already begun that drives available immediately. So that's why they're pukes could go faster for new drugs like the one regenerate developing with this antibody based technology. That's awesome moving faster than the vaccine. Timelines I don't know if it'll be a year difference between when it would be available But that is also on an expedited. Timeline hey meg. The drugs already available. But how quickly could it ramp up to meet global demand if it turns out that it actually works and this proved right? I talked to George. Coppola's the chief scientific officer regenerate about this last night that drug test ZARA RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS. They have the capacity to make this in huge quantities. And I asked him if this works. It would be such a miracle that we'd have a drug to treat Kobe. Nineteen right now in the severest patient He said they could dedicate their entire capacity to making that antibody if they needed to And that is some. Would that affect your ability to manufacture other drugs? That people need me said you know. They've got supply those and so they could transfer the manufacturing capacity if they needed to he also talked about the possibility of other companies in the industry using their manufacturing capacity to make regenerates antibodies if they proved to work Talking about the kinds of things we don't often hear about companies working together and using their manufacturing capacity in this way for anything that proves to be successful against the virus. Thank you for more on the fight against virus that we want to welcome Michael He is the director of the University of Minnesota Center for Infectious Disease Research and policy. Help us this morning. What are you seeing out there? That's that's positive. I'm hoping well I think first of all thank you for having me on. I think the world is finally waking up that we cannot ignore this whether it be a public health issue a medical issue or even business issue. And I'm optimistic that we are now finally having the discussions and taking the actions that we really needed to do to address this. Do you think they were going to bend the curve? I mean you look at some of the numbers in. Italy looked at some of the numbers in in South Korea and elsewhere. Where do you think we really stand? Well I think first of all. There's a tremendous misconception about bending the curve you know this virus is likely going to be here until we have a vaccine. Which I'm if I were to be optimistic. I'd say eighteen months and every time we try to bend the curve as you discuss. We're suppressing cases. But all we're doing is postponing those cases. We're not eliminating them. And so I think the challenges is. How many cases can we suppress prevent until we get a vaccine? I hear this notion that will be in until April and then August. I think we're GONNA be in this for many many months. And and that's we have to bend the curve every day..

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"regeneron" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"regeneron" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"There's long been a stigma with going to let discount window. They're all going to together. Morgan Stanley we should note has been the first bank to go to it. They did so yesterday but we should not take anything away from that decision. James Gorman the CEO of more instantly also happens to be the chairman of the Financial Services Committee that put this group together. That went to do this. Let's bring in Tom. Friedman well known Book Author And New York Times columnist. He's been looking at this from a very broad perspective a high level. One Tom Yesterday. You said that you've been looking at this from thirty thousand feet up. What's the view from there? Well becky research fits in with what you guys have been talking about We're kind of up against to Exponential one of the hardest things for the human mind to grasp is the power of an exponential. What happens when something just keeps doubling and doubling and doubling so we've got a negative exponential in this Cova virus that just keeps doubling doubling doubling very quietly and we still don't know the impact of it but it right now it's like a hurricane that it's actually still offshore I hasn't even made landfall yet. And so I was actually talking to bill joy. The one of the CO founders of Sun Microsystems other day. And just ask him what you know. What is a simple way to express the power of this exponentially said? Well you know let. Let's put it in terms that The average businessman could understand the viruses like a loan shark who charges twenty five percent interest today so think of it that we borrowed a dollar. That was the first day. The Corona virus appeared Patient number one then we Kinda fiddled around for forty days now. We owe that loan shark actually seven thousand five hundred dollars if we wait three more weeks to repay a loan shark We're GONNA owe them almost a million dollars that's the power of the exponential driving this virus now at the same time. I would argue there's a exponential offers us hope and you've just been talking about it this morning with regeneration and other companies and it's the power of Moore's law the power Moore's law Coined by Gordon Moore in nineteen sixty five at the speed and power. Microchips would double roughly every twenty four months. And Moore's law is alive and well today and that's what's giving us the amazing compute power and technological power that we now have all these companies Being able to offer possibly possibly rapid both jurors and Vaccine's I don't know how how rapid we need to keep our feet firmly grounded here Because remember we still don't have a vaccine for HIV malaria. These are diseases that have been around a long time. That many many around the world has suffered from but the power of compute today to rapidly. you know. Give us the kinds of cures or therapies. We need I'm a huge believer of it. You know and again to express the power of that exponential on the upside Several years ago I was out actually to Intel and I was asking them you know what sitting example of how Moore's law works the upside and Intel had actually asked its engineers wants to take a nineteen seventy-one Volkswagen beetle and try guessed that Volkswagen beetle had improved at the same rate microchips. Had since nineteen seventy one. What would what would it look like today and they calculated that if if that were the case that beetle today Volkswagen Beetle would go three hundred thousand miles an hour? It would get two million miles per gallon and it would cost you four cents to buy you be able to drive at your entire life on a single tank of gas. So that's the other exponential. We we have here and what I see story from thirty thousand feet. We've got a race between these two exponential 's basically the exponential spread of viral epidemic and the exponential power of compute and The thing that will I think? Save us though the key metric. I'm only looking at one number. It's not it's not the ten year it's the number of Patients The ratio patients per beds and ICU units. And can we keep And you had a wonderful graph on this morning. Can we keep the number of patients at the peak here below the number of beds in ICU? Units So that We don't get social disorder. That's what I'm most worried about that. That you get a runaway there and That's I I love the compound interest and sort of exponential things and. That's something that does make sense to many people in our audience because of compound interesting and what they watch what? The markets let. Let's talk though about the response that we've been watching from authorities because I have say last week even this weekend. I was concerned that they weren't doing enough. It seemed to me that there was a decisive tone shift yesterday from the trump administration. Taking this much more serious hardcore look at this and from out of state governments to that have been taking much more extreme steps to try and shut this down including the governor to wind it in Ohio of overruling. That judge and saying forget it. We're not gonNA open the polls today. Well thank God for that. I still wish the president would even take a more urgent tone. I mean you know. We had some very irresponsible lawmakers that the governor of Oklahoma Devon Nunez over the weekend Tweeting about how they were in restaurants and everyone should come on out. You know that was insane. Basically you you cannot Social Distance fast. Enough right. Now when you're up against this kind of exponential to prevent it from running out of control and the beauty of America we have this federal system where mayors and governors can act. You've been having these people on and I think they've acted irresponsibly in. I don't know if it's in the Nikko Time or near the Nick of time That I think it's giving us a chance at least For the for the good exponential in technology To win this rates Wanted to ask you about the the political morass bailouts and the moment were in given that the airlines are now going hand in hand and I have to imagine there's going to be lots of other industries and lots of conversation about this. We saw the aftermath of the bailouts in two thousand eight which may very well have worked but politically clearly. Did Not and we're still living with it. How do you see playing out this time? What you know Let's just talk about the underlying structure we and and and you'll carry you. Know was alluding to this this morning. There are millions of owners and employers out there today. Who are long some asset Some acid they assume would go up in value could be a stock company. A home a restaurant convenience store and along that with Bard money Money they can't repay are not going to be able to very shortly So we not only need the Fed to backstop their banks to prevent a meltdown. We're going to need these banks to restructure these debts and we're GONNA need to get fresh money into the pockets of their workers so they can eat after the last paycheck Comes in the mail this week So I'm totally in In alignment with those who say you know right every American a check A backstop everybody We'll let Andrew Ross sorkin right another fantastic book as he did about the bailout in two thousand eight and we can you about that later but you have to protect the system because without the system system starts to crack. There's there's not gonna be any debate about anything it'd be is that you think. This time is different in so far as a lot of people looked at that crisis as a manmade crisis. Do you think people treat this like nine eleven. You know like a Katrina like something. More natural disaster category and so the public again. This goes to the larger social issues. People talk about inequality in this country and and and the the the having of what's taking place here to do people you think except that in a way that they might not have a little over a decade ago I do and I think that again I I really feel that And I think that Two things really impact me Andrew. One is My initial journalism experience in life. was living inside a civil war in Lebanon nineteen seventy-nine Nineteen eighty-four. You know for most of that time I saw actually saw society break out I one of my one of the most searing experiences I had as a journalist was watching a car. Basically going fifty miles an hour backward down the street To get rid of To get away from fighting People in America are so innocent.

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"regeneron" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"regeneron" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"He followed me I want to say something our system at best friends some answers can only be found in the discover the answer to visit discover the force dot org to find a trail near you brought to you by states for service and the ad council Windsor's time nine fifty six Bloomberg moneywatch Steve Potiskum dizzy already watching those numbers yeah the rolling stock market definitely added again here right now with a massive selloff like yesterday at least not yet but after yesterday's history making quandary about thing around after a higher opening now disappointing February retail sales reports suggesting consumers were pulling back even before the corona virus spread got hotter is keeping a lid on things right now the Dow is down one hundred twenty eight points nasdaq down twenty seven while the S. and P. as in the red but only by a point no shares of biotech Regeneron are rising eight percent after announcing its identified hundreds of virus neutralizing antibodies the company believes could help treat patients with cove in nineteen at all start large scale manufacturing of a drug cartel by the middle of next month the potential to begin human trials will be in early summer and as Saudi Arabia announced this morning a plans to boost oil exports to a record above ten million barrels a day crude futures there down giving back twenty cents twenty eight fifty a barrel Bloomberg money watch a twenty six and fifty six past every hour I'm Steve potus for ten ten wins accu weather than top stories coming up next Wednesday news time nine fifty seven this.

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