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"rosemary gibson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary gibson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Treatment. Diabetes drugs like Met Foreman. Medicine's Alzheimer's Parkinson's HIV AIDS. It's growing rapidly, and that's just in 10 years. And I predict that if we don't do something about this And what we're seeing is the collapse of Western generic companies. Because they can't compete. You know it takes two to tango. What's happening is that the Chinese government subsidizes its company. So if you and I want to set up a manufacturing facility there in Boston We'd be competing not with Chinese companies will be competing competing with the Chinese government. With its unlimited resource is in its goal to become the pharmacy to the world so we won't be able to survive. So if if 10% of our generic drugs Are coming out of China. Does that mean 90% about Jim Net generic drugs a manufactured stateside. Oh, not at all. Let me continue. So I got 10% of the pills we take. But For about 90% of our generic drug. We depend on China for the key ingredients to make them these chemicals. So during the during the cove, it growing virus. Hospitals were just struggling summer still are Take the covert drug 90% of the core chemicals to make them their source in China. Grappelli. So Europe is dependent Canada's dependent Australia. On a single country. It's like having like the rare Earth story. We're so many rare earth for consumer products and hybrid cars. Our source primarily in China. It's like having No, our Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Where all the oil in the world is sourced from a single country. We wouldn't do that. So, besides the generic drugs that are created there B. You said 90% of the components of the chemicals chemicals, so that means that Off off those drugs. Were those drugs? Um Produced and was do we bring the chemicals from China and they're produced in this country there. There there. You created produced. Whatever you want to call it is that it? There's some generic some generic manufacturing here that make the finished pills, for example. But we can't make them without those components. There's finished drugs in Canada in Europe, but the real heart of it Key ingredients. We can't make any more. Like the penicillin, you know, we can't make it. Any of the antibiotics anymore. The ones you give your kids for their infections. Do you take for bronchitis or pneumonia? This is this is what we gave that we all gave that away to China, But you know how it happened. There's another side of story, Dan. That how it happened in China, You know how the steel story where China dumped Steele in the U. S in the global market at below market price is right. And you know you drove everybody out. The business. They use the same playbook with our medicine. In China are ex documents What I call the penicillin cartel. So the last penicillin plant the US was up in Syracuse, New York. Bristol Myers Squibb plant. In the New York Times reported in 2000 for it was closing. This is a place that used to make 70% of the world's penicillin. So what happened in 2000 foreign China arcs with the first to break this story? What happened with China did a very smart thing. They invested heavily in these big plants there. They did the same thing as they did with steel. In 2000 for they dumped it. On the global market below market prices. They drove their business competitors out of business. That's what drove out The last penicillin plant. The U. S perfectly legal. But foot clearly illegal trade practices. You know you're not supposed to be dumping, but nobody and forces that in our country, Okay? And we let it go so we can't make antibiotics. Think of that. This is Terry and not make the basic antibiotics. So this is terrifying because China wouldn't affect have us over the barrel, if if they wanted to to cut off the supply chain of the components of our generic drugs. How long would it take for people to start to go to the pharmacies and be told G. That drug, which is which have used for 20 years? We don't have any more. Several months. It's already happened there been shortages of critical drugs. During Corona virus That hasn't made headline news. So I was talking to a physician from the Midwest about a month ago. And he was saying he placed his order for four different antibiotics. Doctor if I clean, which you know for lying to thieves and a bunch of other boxes. And He had to wait to get his quote allotment. And the big distributor said that These drugs are on with a call allocation. Which is a very nice, polite word for saying being rationed. So you finally got His ration My term. And he said, I don't know what I'm going to get the next supply for my patients. So the United States of America We're rationing. Essential medicines. And we've been going on for a long time. Even before Corona virus we've had shortages of hundreds of drugs. There was a I was giving testimony on Capitol Hill earlier this year before the lock down Senate committee and there was a professor from John Talking to figure we have 2 300 drugs and shortage of Hopkins routinely And they, you know, trade back and forth with Mayo and other places. Well, I know that allowed with allowed, I know happening. Yeah, I know that in April. You know, a lot of people knew that there were shortages in this country of toilet paper people. What toilet paper and they bought paper towels, and they hoarded that stuff. But I also know that one of the drugs that many people had learned about in terms of potential drug that could help you stall off. Covad with zinc. And I understand that a lot of doctors had suggested that people you know, just introduced sink into their normal I couldn't find. Think anywhere. I mean, I don't know if that was done intentionally or if it was just a hoarding situation. That's pretty scary when you go to your pharmacy and a drug that you would assume and normal run of the mill drug. Isn't there, but my guest is Rosemary Gibson. Her book China Rx. Exposing the risks of American dependence on China for medicine. I'm going to go to phone calls after this break. 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 89 to 9 10 30 I want to talk with Rosemary, and I hope you do as well. One of the things I want to find out from her is how Democrats and Republicans Could either turn a blind eye here or actually in gay, you create an opportunity for China again. I think you go back to 1996. When this started. I don't think it's a problem of one party or the other. I think it's a party. It's a problem of both parties. Ah, I'll ask her that question and we'll take your questions as well. It's 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 8 99 10 30 This is an incredibly important topic. There are other topics that you might think are more sexy. This one is critical. Coming back or nightside nightside with.

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"rosemary gibson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary gibson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"With a live show. Bring jobs home. Make it here. The Donald Trump agendas. By American deregulate and innovate. This agenda is going to benefit both our economy as well as our national security. Now you know why? Because now we're going to start make our medical supplies here and not in China. As a matter of fact, the United States believe it or not. Is dramatically dependent on China for medical supplies that include among them prescription drugs and their ingredients. That's according to Rosemary Gibson, senior advisor at the Hastings Center and co author of the China Our ex, exposing the risk of America's dependence on China for medicine. The Chinese Corona virus actually helped expose our dependence on China. Has a risk to our national security. We're dependent on China for our prescription drugs. 90% of the core ingredients. The chemicals and other ingredients depend on China so much so that last week The Beat China Act was introduced into the Senate. Short for the Bring. Entrepreneurial achievements to consumers here in North America Act. Be China Act introduced by Ted Cruz incentivize pharmaceutical companies and medical devices suppliers to relocate their businesses here in the United States. You listen to safe retirement solutions Radio. If you would like to schedule of this, I know you hear my adds a lot here on the on 6 80 wcbm the guys here great to me, and I got a lot of good friends here. On my friend's include Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity here of promoting out of the safe retirement solutions, anyway, if you would like to schedule a visit year actually can't come on into the office and either Annapolis or Towson and schedule on in person visit and you'll commend you meet with me, Rod Borowy and the rest of our team and either Annapolis or Towson. All you have to do. Give us a call, or you can go on the website. But if you call us in for 10 to 66 11 20 on you can schedule a time to come on in or go to our website. Safe retirement solutions dot com Anyway, So here are the rules for getting your Social security. While still collecting unemployment. Now you really can't do both. If you're hoping to collect both Social Security and unemployment. You're in luck. There's really nothing standing in your way of getting both. As long as you qualify for unemployment on your state's requirements, you can get these benefits even if you're collecting Social Security. And while unemployment benefits can be reduced under state rules, if you earn income from doing work while you receive them, you won't see your checks reduced. Based on the money that you get coming from the Social Security administration, which is where the money comes from. No. Although some states did DOC benefits in the past, they've all repealed. The rules allowing that and the money from unemployment also encounters wages that affect the amount of your Social security checks, so there will be no reduction in your retirement benefits. Based on your jobless benefits claims. In short, you get to keep the full amount from both unemployment and the social security that you're entitled to under each program, which really can go a long way with helping ends meet with this Corona virus mess has been going on. Now, keep in mind that your Social Security benefits could be affected if you go back to work, So that's something you have to take into consideration if you reach your full retirement age this year, But you want to work before one of work before you collect your benefits will be reduced if you have earned income if you collect your benefits prior to the full retirement age. Depending upon the year you were born. It's anywhere from 66 to 67 is considered your full retirement age, so If you were born in 1954 66 then they had two months on each year it they're after. So if you're born in 1955 it's six months, 6 66 in two months. If you lose out on social Security benefits by going backto work and earning above the allowable limit, the money doesn't disappear forever, though at your full retirement age of benefits are re calculated to a cat port and your monthly checks. Could get a little bit better for you. So again. There's earnings test you collect early you have earned income can't exceed 18,240 hours. If it does, you'll have a reduction in Social Security benefits. Still, you might find it's worth claiming, says security while you temporarily unemployed if your benefits will just disappear once you get backto work, especially if you're claiming benefits early and risking early filing penalties because of it. Now it's important that you make sure that you understand the benefits that you're entitled to, and maximize your benefits is more important than ever as fears of the Chinese Corona virus based recession. Continue to mount. Look at all the volatility in the markets. I mean last week, it was like crazy dropped 1800 points in one day than the next day itself almost 500 points and it's just it's Would you like to escape from that in your retirement?.

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"rosemary gibson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary gibson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That is James James what was his middle name James workers Henry James Marshall has James Marshall Hendrix R. six eighty musicologist had it right he was a safe retirement solutions radio I am rubber row we here with a live show bring jobs home make it here the Donald Trump of genders buy American deregulate and innovate this agenda is going to benefit both americana me as well as our national security now you know why because now we're going to start make our medical supplies here and not in China as a matter of fact the United States believe it or not is dramatically dependent on China for medical supplies that include among them are prescription drugs and their ingredients that's according to Rosemary Gibson senior adviser at the Hastings center and co author of the China or X. exposing the risk of America's dependence on China for medicine the Chinese corona virus actually helped expose our dependence on China as a risk to our national security we are dependent on China for our prescription drugs ninety percent of the core ingredients the chemicals and other ingredients depend on China so much so that last week the beat China act was introduced into the Senate short for the bring entrepreneurial achievements to consumers here in North America act the B. China act introduced by Ted Cruz incentivize pharmaceutical companies and medical device suppliers to relocate their businesses here in the United States you listen to safe retirement solutions radio if you would like to schedule a visit I know you hear my **** a lot here on that one six eighty WCBS the guys here are great to me and I got a lot of good friends here and my friends include bill o'reilly and Sean Hannity he hear of that promoting the safe retirement solutions anyway if you would like to schedule a visit you actually can't come on into the office in either Annapolis or talisman and schedule an in person visit and you'll come in you meet with me rod Borrelli and the rest of our team in either Annapolis or Townson all you have to do give us a call or you can go on the website but kept if you call us at four ten two six six eleven twenty and you can schedule a time to come on in or go to our website safe retirement solutions dot com anyway so here are the rules for getting your social security while still collecting unemployment that you really can do both if you're hoping to collect both social security and unemployment you're in luck there's really nothing standing in your way of getting both as long as you qualify for unemployment on your state's requirements you can get these benefits even if you're collecting social security while unemployment benefits can be reduced understate roles have you earned income from doing work while you receive them you won't see your checks reduced based on the money that you get coming from the Social Security Administration which is where the money comes from now although some states did doc benefits in the past they've all repealed the rules allowing that and then the money from unemployment also want cameras wages that affect the amount of your social security checks so there will be no reduction in your retirement benefits based on your jobless benefits claims in short you get to keep the full amount from both unemployment and the social security that you're entitled to under each program which really can go a long way with helping ends meet with this coronavirus mess it's been going on now keep in mind that your social security benefits could be affected if you go back to work so that's something they have to take into consideration if you reach your full retirement age this year but you want to work before it gets to you L. one of work before you collect them your benefits will be reduced if you have earned income if you collect your benefits prior to full retirement age and depending upon the year you were born it's anywhere from sixty six to sixty seven is considered your full retirement age so if you're born in nineteen fifty four to sixty six and then they had two months on each year there after so if you're born in nineteen fifty five it's six months the six sixty six in two months if you lose out on social security benefits by going back to work and earning above the allowable limit the money doesn't disappear forever though thank you for retirement age your benefits are recalculated to account for it and your monthly checks kids get a little bit better for you so again there's earnings test if you collect girly you have earned income can't exceed eighteen thousand two hundred forty dollars if it does you'll have a reduction in social security benefits still you might find it's worth claiming social security while you're temporarily unemployed if your benefits will just disappear once you get back to work especially if you're claiming benefits early and risking early filing penalties because of it now it's important that you make sure that you understand the benefits that you're entitled to maximize your benefits is more important than ever as fears of the Chinese corona virus based recession continue to melt look at all the volatility in the markets in the last week it was like crazy dropped eighteen hundred points in one day then the next day itself almost five hundred points in it's just that it's it's would you like to escape from that in your retirement would you like to know that you have.

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"rosemary gibson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary gibson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"It here the Donald Trump and genders buy American deregulate and innovate this agenda is going to benefit both our economy as well as our national security now you know why because now we're going to start make our medical supplies here and not in China as a matter of fact the United States believe it or not is dramatically dependent on China for medical supplies that include among them are prescription drugs and their ingredients that's according to Rosemary Gibson senior adviser at the Hastings center and co author of the China bar X. exposing the risk of America's dependence on China for medicine the Chinese corona virus actually helped expose our dependence on China as a risk to our national security we are dependent on China for our prescription drugs ninety percent of the core ingredients the chemicals and other ingredients depend on China so much so that last week the beat China act was introduced into the Senate short for the bring entrepreneurial achievements to consumers here in North America act the B. China act introduced by Ted Cruz incentivize pharmaceutical companies and medical device suppliers to relocate their businesses here in the United States you listen a safer time is Lucien's radio if you would like to schedule a visit I know you hear my as a lot here on that one six eighty WCBS the guys here are great to me and I got a lot of good friends here in my friends include bill o'reilly and Sean Hannity he hear of that promoting the safe retirement solutions anyway if you would like to schedule a visit you actually can come on into the office in either Annapolis or talisman and schedule an in person visit and you'll come in you meet with me rod Borrelli in the rest of our team then either Annapolis or Towson all you have to do give us a call or you can go on the website but can't get to call us at four ten two six six eleven twenty and you can schedule a time to come on in or go to our website safe retirement solutions dot com anyway so here are the rules for getting your social security while still collecting unemployment that you really can do both if you're hoping to collect both social security and unemployment you're in luck there's really nothing standing in your way of getting both as long as you qualify for unemployment on your state's requirements you can get these benefits even if you're collecting social security while unemployment benefits can be reduced under state rules if you earn income from doing work while you receive them you won't see your checks reduced based on the money that you get coming from the Social Security Administration which is where the money comes from now although some states did doc benefits in the past they all repealed the rules allowing that and then the money from unemployment also want cameras wages that affect the amount of your social security checks so there will be no reduction in your retirement benefits based on your jobless benefits claims in short you get to keep the full amount from both unemployment and the social security that you're entitled to under each program which really can go a long way with helping ends meet with this coronavirus mess that's been going on now keep in mind that your social security benefits could be affected if you go back to work so that's something they have to take into consideration if you reach your full retirement age this year but you want to work before what vehicle you put the one.

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"rosemary gibson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

12:36 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary gibson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"You will do a hearing or briefing with Rosemary Gibson China address so that we can talk about that congresswoman Herrera Beutler thank you madam chair and and I'm glad the server can ask about this is one yesterday when I was at the White House fast vice president pence about the supply chain issue and I know in the last number of months we've heard refine refine refine refine refine or weeks and then this last week it's so we started to hear well there's some concerns I think February twenty seventh was the first time that we as a means of prescription manufacturer noted that there's a supply chain issue with regard to the crown of virus we've already seen shortages for unknown reasons things like a minute suppressive drugs and this is an area that I'm very focused on seeing if we what what the solutions can be in the short term because people say go get three weeks of your prescription well if your prescriptions being rationed you can't do that what types of solutions can we so there's now and and and then coming you know year that we're going to be dealing with maintenance and treatment of this virus what should what what what should we be doing what can you see and then obviously there's a big picture we talked about needing to fix the supply chain overall for preparedness could you speak to that of the supply chain album is as you well know very well long term problem that has been brought to our attention multiple times and then when you have something like this you realize you have a supply chain problem which you cannot fix immediately and there's no real easy fix for it I don't have an answer for you but maybe this will be a lesson as we go forward that as I said to this committee many times this isn't the first nor the last emerging micro that we are going to be confronted with and if one of the issues that's vulnerable when you have an emerging infection is getting cut off from things that we depend on from other nations so I'm sorry I don't can't tell you what to do tomorrow or next month but maybe we could talk about the future and how we might turn that off a little bit I'm Dr Anthony Fauci of NH and I want to hear about the future and how we can we can change that the big picture I do think there are some immediate solutions that I'm gonna be asking the administration to be considering in the different task force to make it easier for people to access their prescriptions if maybe it's even accessing up a brand that's available over a generic that's not available and how can we help make that cost effective for patients and hold them harmless that's an area that I'm looking out for the immediate short term because people need to have access period you know the other thing I wanted to ask about is and I don't know if you can speak to the speaker professionals serving from Washington state in my district on the coast I mean between Seattle and like us we can help obviously people at home are very attuned to what's happening the state has requested and you know there's been a lot of coronation been on the phone with all all sorts of it is the government's talking to vice president socket in the task force talking our senator like word everybody's mobilizing and I'm I am very proud of our public health response I'm grateful for the CDC and even after you folks are on the plane immediately so we are moving forward one of the things that was asked and it's kind of around the strategic national stockpile which is not necessary under your jurisdiction that perhaps you could speak to we've made a request for personal protective equipment I think we're only about half of that has been left to us as a state and then also I would fix it what's your opinion about expanding CDC testing criteria because I agree I actually think so the state can only test certain amount of folks we needed in the commercial labs available for people to go in and test would you support expanding that that criteria so you get more people access your thoughts yeah I would support expanding criteria means with driving restrictions that's that's the price just one here in another way yeah I think we can't say it enough yeah right and I feel very strongly about that Washington has a very good public health do they have put together a test that they've done they've been able to do what they need help they need support I was on the phone late into the night last night with my colleagues from Washington and and and we we really do need to to to act aggressively there when you say help and support give me specifics no we need for example they are they are doing contact tracing on the nursing home outbreaks now if they find out this community out there they're gonna have to do contact tracing on that this stretching their resources and and that's an issue so back fills the poor I mean they need they need some help and I think in fact I'm certain that I think I'm certain the CDC is right now as we speak helping them that's my understanding that it is in a I was on the phone with both of them last night that's the reason why we appreciate that they can enter thank you on the supply chain issue I would hope on a bi partisan basis that we could take a look which is not the subject of this this committee but advanced manufacturing and what we can do in the long term and manufacturing so committee chair resident Laura ingredients here rather than in China and I think that's well worth our time and effort to take a look at congressman Frankel thank you very much for being here all rights I just have to ask yourselves supermarket questions so he will thank I want to go to the supermarket people think that members of Congress should know everything all right so I think this is a very simple this but so one of the questions I get is if if the corona viruses just a cold symptoms that's what we hear on the news okay more like the flow okay so it's not just I just I guess the the question I have is how long does it last and what makes it so serious it is in the common cold the confusion is that about ten to thirty percent of the common goals that you and I and everyone else get during the season happened to be a coronavirus but a certain subset of corona viruses can cause extremely serious disease they did it with sars they did it with mares and now they're doing it here with the novel coronavirus the reason it's serious is that the question that was asked by doctor Harris is that the mortality of this is multiple times what seasonal flu is so seasonal flu spreads widely the mortality is zero point one percent right now in China the mortality for this particular infection is the latest report was three to four percent it might be a little bit less it isn't a cold it's very interesting that most of the of the common colds have upper respiratory infections this virus not to get too technical the component of the virus that binds to a receptor in the body to allow it to infect those receptors are rich in the long that's the problem it binds to its so a person can present nose sneezing nose sinusitis fever shortness of breath you do a chest X. ray and you have pulmonary infiltrates that's not the common cold okay okay thank you for that we'll have a better answer for people next question is if if you're able to comment on this in terms of your research at at is there anything that you think the FDA can do to speed up your research I see you shaking of the head my doctor calling you're referring to corona virus any any drug that you've been researching so we work very closely with the FDA we actually have a joint leadership and I think that's a better question is there anything that we can do this without the FCK yeah what Tony maybe should say specifically with corona virus because FDA has been all hands on deck in that space and has been very recently pretty actively enhancing the ability to do laboratory tests Dr Francis Collins director of NIH I don't think there's anything that you could do to speed up the FTA quite frankly they may need more resources to do the kinds of things they're doing but we have that that's right this manager but we have very good relationships with them they have been very very cooperative and collaborative with us in trying to get these countermeasures out as quickly as possible without cutting corners that would impact safety and our ability to evaluate efficacy one of my former acting commissioner of the FDA might want to answer this question as well since he's now the head of the Cancer Institute so yeah what could Congress do to help the FDA their net yes as you question here's your director general is because we have the SCA the federal agency but I think you know this is a challenge like this is really trying for the food drug administration because it's so sudden and that is it is our mission is going to be lucrative I think probably the you know the device centre's decision making about making use of the tease the lack at all tests more widely available in releasing this restrictions is a really important element that anything the academic labs will be able to bring these tests to speak very quickly I think they're definitely anymore funding I think they have some significant hiring challenges the idea that I worked on a lot twenty first century cures either a new hiring authority that was much appreciated and I suspect we'll be using robustly but they're really great people and I'm sure they're up to the task I think I'm ready anytime so don't want one more question on Alzheimer's is the private industry doing any research because I've always heard that because it's so expensive that they really are cutting back on that they are but it's not all companies again I have the privilege of serving as the co chair of the executive committee of what's called accelerating medicines part partnership which is focused on Alzheimer's as well as rheumatoid arthritis lupus and diabetes and there's five companies there that are invested in this in a big way and they haven't been willing to put their funds as well as ours together into a partnership for all the results are open access but it has been concerning that a number of other companies have ceased working on Alzheimer's disease because of so many clinical trial failures we need them to come back I mentioned earlier we have more than fifty new drug targets we're trying to encourage them to get interested again okay thank you I yield back congressman boosters thank you madam chair well first off thank you for answering so many of the questions that we have around corona virus but I'm going to actually switch topics is that okay so the I'm I'm from Illinois the congressional district I serve is fourteen counties goes up to the Wisconsin state line Mississippi rivers on the western part of my district and then goes into central Illinois eleven of the fourteen counties are rural and then we have the population centers of what we call the Quad Cities Peoria and Rockford so each of these counties and communities face the unfortunate circumstances that can lead to negative health outcomes of probably like almost every congressional district in the in the country and as you know these are called social determinants of health and in in Aug I'm just gonna give you a few examples in Peoria Illinois and we've got a problem with food desert's and I heard a story from a person my district takes them sixteen bus stops to be able to access fresh fruit and vegetable sixteen bus stops and then in in Rockford Illinois that congresswoman Lauren Underwood just came to my district she's the will co chair of the myth of black maternal health task force and so we brought her in so we could bring health professionals together and find out why do we have in the.

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"rosemary gibson" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

09:36 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary gibson" Discussed on No Agenda

"At. If I'm a little bored I usually say something to get you to move along a little bit and then you get mad at me but I. It's not for me never to say something. I've always say something. Nobody heard rustling papers. So I'm like rusting papers I am. I can move the mics open. Want you just don't want it to be bored for you okay. I'm doing what you're doing fine. You're right back to China. It's never these interruptions twenty ten. Here's what trump had to say. We don't manufacture anything anymore. In this country we do healthcare ten ten years ago. Let me just remind you ten years ago you know. We don't manufacture anything anymore. In this country we do health care. We do lots of different services but the big services manufacturing everything's made in China for the most part between China India and others but China in particular and frankly they're sending stuff over here and we're paying for it and you know sort of interesting very little tax paid and yet you can't do business in China you're not allowed to do business in China. It's almost impossible to do business in Jenin yet. They take our business from North Carolina from South Carolina from Alabama. They make toys then sell them to this country they make tremendous profits and then they loan this country money in the form of treasuries and. I think it's terrible. It's what do we do about China? This is an issue that you're obviously really passionate about you know. Look at what Google has done taking a stand in China. I think we're not going to do business this way. That's a long ago. This was when Google pretended to take a stand against China. I think we'RE NOT GONNA keep business this way. You've got big businesses with very different takes on China lots of different businesses but when it comes to manufacturing China's making all of these products and they could be made in North Carolina. They could be made in Alabama. They could be made into lots of our places and right. Now they're not personally. I'd Tax China. Because it's not a free-trade country I would tax China very very heavily and the money that you get from that tax cut. Some of the products would still get through even with the tax but it would create jobs in this country so we're trump is saying ten years ago. Which is the most recent one where I found that we put it? All together is because of the imbalances. Because of how China doesn't play fair and makes their products so incl- incredibly cheap below. Cost what we could do it here. Every everyone has sent over to China and the more I look at it. The MORE AMAZED. I am at what has actually gone to China. In fact I'll just stop the time line this is Rosemary Gibson. She wrote a book called China. Rx which you won't hear about because no mainstream media outlet is going to let you rail against the pharmaceutical industry. But it's pretty bad. He began in the early nineties when generic drugs really came came out strong president. Reagan bipartisan in the eighties. Let'S HAVE GENERIC DRUG ACT. And that made medicines a lot cheaper for people brand name products. Go off patent. So let's make generics and so over time. How do we make these cheaper? And so we started sourcing the ingredients to make them in China and then once we opened up free trade. This was a real real stunner. So when we opened up for free trade and China join WTO the next year. We lost our last aspirin plant. We lost our ability to make vitamin C. We don't make the scorebig acid anymore. That's when the last penicillin plant closed. Camp make the core components. The SEAL SOUTH SILICA ACID and the escort. But we cannot make here. And that's because not just opening quote free-trade but China cheats medicines and cartels they form these cartels they dump it on the global market at below market prices and I drove everybody out. I didn't know that don't even make our own aspirin or vitamin C. Anymore or the we apparently don't even have the capability to do it and this is probably recovered. The capability could but it's not like you said. Hey I want tomorrow. Of course we know that would take you take it easy during a few months though but it is also. It's your you know what people don't give a shit about this because you're not sick. I'll tell you if you knew that That we can't make Viagra in America. People would lose their shit. What China's control my deck? So it's just a matter of what you know what you don't know. So trump gets in his main messages. Build the wall which he also connects to Jobs Etcetera and we've got to bring manufacturing back. There was this consistent Mesh before China really it was. We gotTA start the manufacturer. GotTa Bring Steel. We gotta have our own steel. We don't have a country. It's national security need manufacturing and whether it's twelve thousand factories or twelve hundred. I don't know he started. Something we will pour new concrete lay NUBRIK and watch new spark slide our factories as we forge metal from the furnaces of our rust belt and our beloved heartland which has been forgotten. But it's not forgotten anymore. We will put new American steel into the spine of our country. American workers will construct Leeming new lanes of commerce across our landscape. They will build these monuments from coast to coast and from city to city. We will embark on a wonderful new journey into a bright and glorious future. We will build again. We will grow again. We will thrive again and we will make America great again by so then he gets into the holy gets in and this is I think actually the from state of the Union as I want. And then he's talking trade wars tariffs we're going to finally. He's got the power he's GonNa do it. He said I'm GonNa what he's been promising for. All these years I would tax. I would tax him. China of course calls. His bluff have been very consistent. Us President Donald Trump says. He wants to hit China with a big fine on trade but in the capital Beijing experts and insiders say little sense of a crisis voices in the business community have worn China that the president is serious about tough action on trade anti told Reuters in an exclusive interview potential. Big Damages are on the way. However Reuters Michael Martina Beijing says officials think trump is bluffing. So here in China the sense we get is that Chinese officials aren't overly concerned about the threat of a trade action by the trump administration For one they feel that perhaps the trump administration doesn't have the political standing and sort of will to endure the economic fallout. And well we did and he did. And he put the tariffs on too much chagrin of the markets. And it was we forget these things or at least I do and the Shitty I remember when was pissed off about it. What's going on? Do we have a is there. Trade wars no trade war and everything seems to be okay we still have tariffs but then we were a couple of other things. Some economic blows Z. T. E. Like now. You can't sell here anymore android. You can't have that five jeep. Yeah we're not so sure we want you in networks so this is pushing these economic economic warfare pushing down pushing back and then we get phase one of the trade deal and phase. One has very specific things that China must do. Although of course they haven't out under the force measure clause which says well you know if something happens and we can always figure it out later but that takes place then. We have bar. Who is the attorney general and we have Pompeo secretary of state going out into the heartlands to talk about what we need to do about China's encroachment on pretty much everything so. I think this is the clip that I played This is This pompeo he's setting them up here. This is the National Governor's Association the Winter Meeting which was just held. Last year. I received an invitation to an event that promise to be quote an occasion for exclusive deal-making. It said quote the opportunities for mutually beneficial economic development between China and our individual states are tremendous than to quote dealmaking. Sounds like it might have come from president trump but the invitation was actually from a former governor. I was being invited to the. Us China Governors collaborations summit. It was an event. Co hosted by the National Governor's Association and something called the Chinese People's Association for Friendship and Foreign Countries. Sounds pretty harmless. What the invitation did not say. Is that the group. The group I just mentioned is the public face of the Chinese Communist. Party's official foreign influence agency. The United Front Work Department now. I was lucky I was familiar with that. Organization for my time is the director of the Central Intelligence Agency. But it got me thinking how many of you made the link between that group and Chinese Communist Party officials. What if you made a new friend while you were at that event? What if you knew friend asked you for introductions politically connected powerful people? What if you're a new friend offered to invest big money in your state your pension in industry sensitive to our national security? These aren't hypotheticals. These scenarios are all true and they impact American foreign policy significantly indeed last year a Chinese. Go.

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"rosemary gibson" Discussed on No Agenda

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09:36 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary gibson" Discussed on No Agenda

"At. If I'm a little bored I usually say something to get you to move along a little bit and then you get mad at me but I. It's not for me never to say something. I've always say something. Nobody heard rustling papers. So I'm like rusting papers I am. I can move the mics open. Want you just don't want it to be bored for you okay. I'm doing what you're doing fine. You're right back to China. It's never these interruptions twenty ten. Here's what trump had to say. We don't manufacture anything anymore. In this country we do healthcare ten ten years ago. Let me just remind you ten years ago you know. We don't manufacture anything anymore. In this country we do health care. We do lots of different services but the big services manufacturing everything's made in China for the most part between China India and others but China in particular and frankly they're sending stuff over here and we're paying for it and you know sort of interesting very little tax paid and yet you can't do business in China you're not allowed to do business in China. It's almost impossible to do business in Jenin yet. They take our business from North Carolina from South Carolina from Alabama. They make toys then sell them to this country they make tremendous profits and then they loan this country money in the form of treasuries and. I think it's terrible. It's what do we do about China? This is an issue that you're obviously really passionate about you know. Look at what Google has done taking a stand in China. I think we're not going to do business this way. That's a long ago. This was when Google pretended to take a stand against China. I think we'RE NOT GONNA keep business this way. You've got big businesses with very different takes on China lots of different businesses but when it comes to manufacturing China's making all of these products and they could be made in North Carolina. They could be made in Alabama. They could be made into lots of our places and right. Now they're not personally. I'd Tax China. Because it's not a free-trade country I would tax China very very heavily and the money that you get from that tax cut. Some of the products would still get through even with the tax but it would create jobs in this country so we're trump is saying ten years ago. Which is the most recent one where I found that we put it? All together is because of the imbalances. Because of how China doesn't play fair and makes their products so incl- incredibly cheap below. Cost what we could do it here. Every everyone has sent everything over to China and the more I look at it. The MORE AMAZED. I am at what has actually gone to China. In fact I'll just stop the time line this is Rosemary Gibson. She wrote a book called China. Rx which you won't hear about because no mainstream media outlet is going to let you rail against the pharmaceutical industry. But it's pretty bad. He began in the early nineties when generic drugs really came came out strong president. Reagan bipartisan in the eighties. Let'S HAVE GENERIC DRUG ACT. And that made medicines a lot cheaper for people brand name products. Go off patent. So let's make generics and so over time. How do we make these cheaper? And so we started sourcing the ingredients to make them in China and then once we opened up free trade. This was a real real stunner. So when we opened up for free trade and China join WTO the next year. We lost our last aspirin plant. We lost our ability to make vitamin C. We don't make the scorebig acid anymore. That's when the last penicillin plant closed. Camp make the core components. The SEAL SOUTH SILICA ACID and the escort. But we cannot make here. And that's because not just opening quote free-trade but China cheats medicines and cartels they form these cartels they dump it on the global market at below market prices and I drove everybody out. I didn't know that don't even make our own aspirin or vitamin C. Anymore or the we apparently don't even have the capability to do it and this is probably recovered. The capability could but it's not like you said. Hey I want tomorrow. Of course we know that would take you take it easy during a few months though but it is also. It's your you know what people don't give a shit about this because you're not sick. I'll tell you if you knew that That we can't make Viagra in America. People would lose their shit. What China's control my deck? So it's just a matter of what you know what you don't know. So trump gets in his main messages. Build the wall which he also connects to Jobs Etcetera and we've got to bring manufacturing back. There was this consistent Mesh before China really it was. We gotTA start the manufacturer. GotTa Bring Steel. We gotta have our own steel. We don't have a country. It's national security need manufacturing and whether it's twelve thousand factories or twelve hundred. I don't know he started. Something we will pour new concrete lay NUBRIK and watch new spark slide. Our factories as we forge metal from the furnaces are spelled and our beloved heartland which has been forgotten. But it's not forgotten anymore. We will put new American steel into the spine of our country. American workers will construct Leeming new lanes of commerce across our landscape. They will build these monuments from coast to coast and from city to city. We will embark on a wonderful new journey into a bright and glorious future. We will build again. We will grow again. We will thrive again and we will make America great again by so then he gets into the holy gets in and this is I think actually the from state of the Union as I want. And then he's talking trade wars tariffs we're going to finally. He's got the power he's GonNa do it. He said I'm GonNa what he's been promising for. All these years I would tax. I would tax him. China of course calls. His bluff have been very consistent. Us President Donald Trump says. He wants to hit China with a big fine on trade but in the capital Beijing experts and insiders say little sense of a crisis voices in the business community have worn China that the president is serious about tough action on trade anti told Reuters in an exclusive interview potential. Big Damages are on the way. However Reuters Michael Martina Beijing says officials think trump is bluffing. So here in China the sense we get is that Chinese officials aren't overly concerned about the threat of a trade action by the trump administration For one they feel that perhaps the trump administration doesn't have the political standing and sort of will to endure the economic fallout. And well we did and he did. And he put the tariffs on too much chagrin of the markets. And it was we forget these things or at least I do and the Shitty I remember when was pissed off about it. What's going on? Do we have a is there. Trade wars no trade war and everything seems to be okay we still have tariffs but then we were a couple of other things. Some economic blows Z. T. E. Like now. You can't sell here anymore android. You can't have that five jeep. Yeah we're not so sure we want you in networks so this is pushing these economic economic warfare pushing down pushing back and then we get phase one of the trade deal and phase. One has very specific things that China must do. Although of course they haven't out under the force measure clause which says well you know if something happens and we can always figure it out later but that takes place then. We have bar. Who is the attorney general and we have Pompeo secretary of state going out into the heartlands to talk about what we need to do about China's encroachment on pretty much everything so. I think this is the clip that I played This is This pompeo he's setting them up here. This is the National Governor's Association the Winter Meeting which was just held. Last year. I received an invitation to an event that promise to be quote an occasion for exclusive deal-making. It said quote the opportunities for mutually beneficial economic development between China and our individual states are tremendous than to quote dealmaking. Sounds like it might have come from president trump but the invitation was actually from a former governor. I was being invited to the. Us China Governors collaborations summit. It was an event. Co hosted by the National Governor's Association and something called the Chinese People's Association for Friendship and Foreign Countries. Sounds pretty harmless. What the invitation did not say. Is that the group. The group I just mentioned is the public face of the Chinese Communist. Party's official foreign influence agency. The United Front Work Department now. I was lucky I was familiar with that. Organization for my time is the director of the Central Intelligence Agency. But it got me thinking how many of you made the link between that group and Chinese Communist Party officials. What if you made a new friend while you were at that event? What if you knew friend asked you for introductions politically connected powerful people? What if you're a new friend offered to invest big money in your state your pension in industry sensitive to our national security? These aren't hypotheticals. These scenarios are all true and they impact American foreign policy significantly indeed last year a Chinese. Go.

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"rosemary gibson" Discussed on No Agenda

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09:36 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary gibson" Discussed on No Agenda

"At. If I'm a little bored I usually say something to get you to move along a little bit and then you get mad at me but I. It's not for me never to say something. I've always say something. Nobody heard rustling papers. So I'm like rusting papers I am. I can move the mics open. Want you just don't want it to be bored for you okay. I'm doing what you're doing fine. You're right back to China. It's never these interruptions twenty ten. Here's what trump had to say. We don't manufacture anything anymore. In this country we do healthcare ten ten years ago. Let me just remind you ten years ago you know. We don't manufacture anything anymore. In this country we do health care. We do lots of different services but the big services manufacturing everything's made in China for the most part between China India and others but China in particular and frankly they're sending stuff over here and we're paying for it and you know sort of interesting very little tax paid and yet you can't do business in China you're not allowed to do business in China. It's almost impossible to do business in Jenin yet. They take our business from North Carolina from South Carolina from Alabama. They make toys then sell them to this country they make tremendous profits and then they loan this country money in the form of treasuries and. I think it's terrible. It's what do we do about China? This is an issue that you're obviously really passionate about you know. Look at what Google has done taking a stand in China. I think we're not going to do business this way. That's a long ago. This was when Google pretended to take a stand against China. I think we'RE NOT GONNA keep business this way. You've got big businesses with very different takes on China lots of different businesses but when it comes to manufacturing China's making all of these products and they could be made in North Carolina. They could be made in Alabama. They could be made into lots of our places and right. Now they're not personally. I'd Tax China. Because it's not a free-trade country I would tax China very very heavily and the money that you get from that tax cut. Some of the products would still get through even with the tax but it would create jobs in this country so we're trump is saying ten years ago. Which is the most recent one where I found that we put it? All together is because of the imbalances. Because of how China doesn't play fair and makes their products so incl- incredibly cheap below. Cost what we could do it here. Every everyone has sent everything over to China and the more I look at it. The MORE AMAZED. I am at what has actually gone to China. In fact I'll just stop the time line this is Rosemary Gibson. She wrote a book called China. Rx which you won't hear about because no mainstream media outlet is going to let you rail against the pharmaceutical industry. But it's pretty bad. He began in the early nineties when generic drugs really came came out strong president. Reagan bipartisan in the eighties. Let'S HAVE GENERIC DRUG ACT. And that made medicines a lot cheaper for people brand name products. Go off patent. So let's make generics and so over time. How do we make these cheaper? And so we started sourcing the ingredients to make them in China and then once we opened up free trade. This was a real real stunner. So when we opened up for free trade and China join WTO the next year. We lost our last aspirin plant. We lost our ability to make vitamin C. We don't make the scorebig acid anymore. That's when the last penicillin plant closed. Camp make the core components. The SEAL SOUTH SILICA ACID and the escort. But we cannot make here. And that's because not just opening quote free-trade but China cheats medicines and cartels they form these cartels they dump it on the global market at below market prices and I drove everybody out. I didn't know that don't even make our own aspirin or vitamin C. Anymore or the we apparently don't even have the capability to do it and this is probably recovered. The capability could but it's not like you said. Hey I want tomorrow. Of course we know that would take you take it easy during a few months though but it is also. It's your you know what people don't give a shit about this because you're not sick. I'll tell you if you knew that That we can't make Viagra in America. People would lose their shit. What China's control my deck? So it's just a matter of what you know what you don't know. So trump gets in his main messages. Build the wall which he also connects to Jobs Etcetera and we've got to bring manufacturing back. There was this consistent Mesh before China really it was. We gotTA start the manufacturer. GotTa Bring Steel. We gotta have our own steel. We don't have a country. It's national security need manufacturing and whether it's twelve thousand factories or twelve hundred. I don't know he started. Something we will pour new concrete lay NUBRIK and watch new spark slide. Our factories as we forge metal from the furnaces are spelled and our beloved heartland which has been forgotten. But it's not forgotten anymore. We will put new American steel into the spine of our country. American workers will construct Leeming new lanes of commerce across our landscape. They will build these monuments from coast to coast and from city to city. We will embark on a wonderful new journey into a bright and glorious future. We will build again. We will grow again. We will thrive again and we will make America great again by so then he gets into the holy gets in and this is I think actually the from state of the Union as I want. And then he's talking trade wars tariffs we're going to finally. He's got the power he's GonNa do it. He said I'm GonNa what he's been promising for. All these years I would tax. I would tax him. China of course calls. His bluff have been very consistent. Us President Donald Trump says. He wants to hit China with a big fine on trade but in the capital Beijing experts and insiders say little sense of a crisis voices in the business community have worn China that the president is serious about tough action on trade anti told Reuters in an exclusive interview potential. Big Damages are on the way. However Reuters Michael Martina Beijing says officials think trump is bluffing. So here in China the sense we get is that Chinese officials aren't overly concerned about the threat of a trade action by the trump administration For one they feel that perhaps the trump administration doesn't have the political standing and sort of will to endure the economic fallout. And well we did and he did. And he put the tariffs on too much chagrin of the markets. And it was we forget these things or at least I do and the Shitty I remember when was pissed off about it. What's going on? Do we have a is there. Trade wars no trade war and everything seems to be okay we still have tariffs but then we were a couple of other things. Some economic blows Z. T. E. Like now. You can't sell here anymore android. You can't have that five jeep. Yeah we're not so sure we want you in networks so this is pushing these economic economic warfare pushing down pushing back and then we get phase one of the trade deal and phase. One has very specific things that China must do. Although of course they haven't out under the force measure clause which says well you know if something happens and we can always figure it out later but that takes place then. We have bar. Who is the attorney general and we have Pompeo secretary of state going out into the heartlands to talk about what we need to do about China's encroachment on pretty much everything so. I think this is the clip that I played This is This pompeo he's setting them up here. This is the National Governor's Association the Winter Meeting which was just held. Last year. I received an invitation to an event that promise to be quote an occasion for exclusive deal-making. It said quote the opportunities for mutually beneficial economic development between China and our individual states are tremendous than to quote dealmaking. Sounds like it might have come from president trump but the invitation was actually from a former governor. I was being invited to the. Us China Governors collaborations summit. It was an event. Co hosted by the National Governor's Association and something called the Chinese People's Association for Friendship and Foreign Countries. Sounds pretty harmless. What the invitation did not say. Is that the group. The group I just mentioned is the public face of the Chinese Communist. Party's official foreign influence agency. The United Front Work Department now. I was lucky I was familiar with that. Organization for my time is the director of the Central Intelligence Agency. But it got me thinking how many of you made the link between that group and Chinese Communist Party officials. What if you made a new friend while you were at that event? What if you knew friend asked you for introductions politically connected powerful people? What if you're a new friend offered to invest big money in your state your pension in industry sensitive to our national security? These aren't hypotheticals. These scenarios are all true and they impact American foreign policy significantly indeed last year a Chinese. Go.

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"rosemary gibson" Discussed on No Agenda

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09:36 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary gibson" Discussed on No Agenda

"At. If I'm a little bored I usually say something to get you to move along a little bit and then you get mad at me but I. It's not for me never to say something. I've always say something. Nobody heard rustling papers. So I'm like rusting papers I am. I can move the mics open. Want you just don't want it to be bored for you okay. I'm doing what you're doing fine. You're right back to China. It's never these interruptions twenty ten. Here's what trump had to say. We don't manufacture anything anymore. In this country we do healthcare ten ten years ago. Let me just remind you ten years ago you know. We don't manufacture anything anymore. In this country we do health care. We do lots of different services but the big services manufacturing everything's made in China for the most part between China India and others but China in particular and frankly they're sending stuff over here and we're paying for it and you know sort of interesting very little tax paid and yet you can't do business in China you're not allowed to do business in China. It's almost impossible to do business in Jenin yet. They take our business from North Carolina from South Carolina from Alabama. They make toys then sell them to this country they make tremendous profits and then they loan this country money in the form of treasuries and. I think it's terrible. It's what do we do about China? This is an issue that you're obviously really passionate about you know. Look at what Google has done taking a stand in China. I think we're not going to do business this way. That's a long ago. This was when Google pretended to take a stand against China. I think we'RE NOT GONNA keep business this way. You've got big businesses with very different takes on China lots of different businesses but when it comes to manufacturing China's making all of these products and they could be made in North Carolina. They could be made in Alabama. They could be made into lots of our places and right. Now they're not personally. I'd Tax China. Because it's not a free-trade country I would tax China very very heavily and the money that you get from that tax cut. Some of the products would still get through even with the tax but it would create jobs in this country so we're trump is saying ten years ago. Which is the most recent one where I found that we put it? All together is because of the imbalances. Because of how China doesn't play fair and makes their products so incl- incredibly cheap below. Cost what we could do it here. Every everyone has sent everything over to China and the more I look at it. The MORE AMAZED. I am at what has actually gone to China. In fact I'll just stop the time line this is Rosemary Gibson. She wrote a book called China. Rx which you won't hear about because no mainstream media outlet is going to let you rail against the pharmaceutical industry. But it's pretty bad. He began in the early nineties when generic drugs really came came out strong president. Reagan bipartisan in the eighties. Let'S HAVE GENERIC DRUG ACT. And that made medicines a lot cheaper for people brand name products. Go off patent. So let's make generics and so over time. How do we make these cheaper? And so we started sourcing the ingredients to make them in China and then once we opened up free trade. This was a real real stunner. So when we opened up for free trade and China join WTO the next year. We lost our last aspirin plant. We lost our ability to make vitamin C. We don't make the scorebig acid anymore. That's when the last penicillin plant closed. Camp make the core components. The SEAL SOUTH SILICA ACID and the escort. But we cannot make here. And that's because not just opening quote free-trade but China cheats medicines and cartels they form these cartels they dump it on the global market at below market prices and I drove everybody out. I didn't know that don't even make our own aspirin or vitamin C. Anymore or the we apparently don't even have the capability to do it and this is probably recovered. The capability could but it's not like you said. Hey I want tomorrow. Of course we know that would take you take it easy during a few months though but it is also. It's your you know what people don't give a shit about this because you're not sick. I'll tell you if you knew that That we can't make Viagra in America. People would lose their shit. What China's control my deck? So it's just a matter of what you know what you don't know. So trump gets in his main messages. Build the wall which he also connects to Jobs Etcetera and we've got to bring manufacturing back. There was this consistent Mesh before China really it was. We gotTA start the manufacturer. GotTa Bring Steel. We gotta have our own steel. We don't have a country. It's national security need manufacturing and whether it's twelve thousand factories or twelve hundred. I don't know he started. Something we will pour new concrete lay NUBRIK and watch new spark slide our factories as we forge metal from the furnaces of our rust belt and our beloved heartland which has been forgotten. But it's not forgotten anymore. We will put new American steel into the spine of our country. American workers will construct Leeming new lanes of commerce across our landscape. They will build these monuments from coast to coast and from city to city. We will embark on a wonderful new journey into a bright and glorious future. We will build again. We will grow again. We will thrive again and we will make America great again by so then he gets into the holy gets in and this is I think actually the from state of the Union as I want. And then he's talking trade wars tariffs we're going to finally. He's got the power he's GonNa do it. He said I'm GonNa what he's been promising for. All these years I would tax. I would tax him. China of course calls. His bluff have been very consistent. Us President Donald Trump says. He wants to hit China with a big fine on trade but in the capital Beijing experts and insiders say little sense of a crisis voices in the business community have worn China that the president is serious about tough action on trade anti told Reuters in an exclusive interview potential. Big Damages are on the way. However Reuters Michael Martina Beijing says officials think trump is bluffing. So here in China the sense we get is that Chinese officials aren't overly concerned about the threat of a trade action by the trump administration For one they feel that perhaps the trump administration doesn't have the political standing and sort of will to endure the economic fallout. And well we did and he did. And he put the tariffs on too much chagrin of the markets. And it was we forget these things or at least I do and the Shitty I remember when was pissed off about it. What's going on? Do we have a is there. Trade wars no trade war and everything seems to be okay we still have tariffs but then we were a couple of other things. Some economic blows Z. T. E. like now. You can't sell here anymore. Android that five jeep. Yeah we're not so sure we want you in networks so this is pushing these economic economic warfare pushing down pushing back and then we get phase one of the trade deal and phase. One has very specific things that China must do. Although of course they haven't out under the force measure clause which says well you know if something happens and we can always figure it out later but that takes place then. We have bar. Who is the attorney general and we have Pompeo secretary of state going out into the heartlands to talk about what we need to do about China's encroachment on pretty much everything so. I think this is the clip that I played This is This pompeo he's setting them up here. This is the National Governor's Association the Winter Meeting which was just held. Last year. I received an invitation to an event that promise to be quote an occasion for exclusive deal-making. It said quote the opportunities for mutually beneficial economic development between China and our individual states are tremendous than to quote dealmaking. Sounds like it might have come from president trump but the invitation was actually from a former governor. I was being invited to the. Us China Governors collaborations summit. It was an event. Co hosted by the National Governor's Association and something called the Chinese People's Association for Friendship and Foreign Countries. Sounds pretty harmless. What the invitation did not say. Is that the group. The group I just mentioned is the public face of the Chinese Communist. Party's official foreign influence agency. The United Front Work Department now. I was lucky I was familiar with that. Organization for my time is the director of the Central Intelligence Agency. But it got me thinking how many of you made the link between that group and Chinese Communist Party officials. What if you made a new friend while you were at that event? What if you knew friend asked you for introductions politically connected powerful people? What if you're a new friend offered to invest big money in your state your pension in industry sensitive to our national security? These aren't hypotheticals. These scenarios are all true and they impact American foreign policy significantly indeed last year a Chinese. Go.

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"rosemary gibson" Discussed on No Agenda

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03:34 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary gibson" Discussed on No Agenda

"Ten ten years ago. Let me just remind you ten years ago you know. We don't manufacture anything anymore. In this country we do health care. We do lots of different services but the big services manufacturing everything's made in China for the most part between China India and others but China in particular and frankly they're sending stuff over here and we're paying for it and you know sort of interesting very little tax paid and yet you can't do business in China you're not allowed to do business in China. It's almost impossible to do business in Jenin yet. They take our business from North Carolina from South Carolina from Alabama. They make toys then sell them to this country they make tremendous profits and then they loan this country money in the form of treasuries and. I think it's terrible. It's what do we do about China? This is an issue that you're obviously really passionate about you know. Look at what Google has done taking a stand in China. I think we're not going to do business this way. That's a long ago. This was when Google pretended to take a stand against China. I think we'RE NOT GONNA keep business this way. You've got big businesses with very different takes on China lots of different businesses but when it comes to manufacturing China's making all of these products and they could be made in North Carolina. They could be made in Alabama. They could be made into lots of our places and right. Now they're not personally. I'd Tax China. Because it's not a free-trade country I would tax China very very heavily and the money that you get from that tax cut some of the products would still get through even with the tax but it would create jobs in this country so what trump is saying ten years ago. Which is the most recent one where I found that we put it? All together is because of the imbalances. Because of how China doesn't play fair and makes their products so incl- incredibly cheap below. Cost what we could do it here. Every everyone has sent everything over to China and the more I look at it. The MORE AMAZED. I am at what has actually gone to China. In fact I'll just stop the time line this is Rosemary Gibson. She wrote a book called China. Rx which you won't hear about because no mainstream media outlet is going to let you rail against the pharmaceutical industry. But it's pretty bad. He began in the early nineties when generic drugs really came came out strong president. Reagan bipartisan in the eighties. Let'S HAVE GENERIC DRUG ACT. And that made medicines a lot cheaper for people brand name products. Go off patent. So let's make generics and so over time. How do we make these cheaper? And so we started sourcing the ingredients to make them in China and then once we opened up free trade. This was a real real stunner. So when we opened up for free trade and China join WTO the next year. We lost our last aspirin plant. We lost our ability to make vitamin C. We don't make the scorebig acid anymore. That's when the last penicillin plant closed. Camp make the core components. The SEAL SOUTH SILICA ACID and the escort. But we cannot make here. And that's because not just opening quote free-trade but China cheats medicines and cartels they form these cartels they dump it on the global market at below market prices and I drove everybody out. I didn't know that don't even make our own aspirin vitamin C. Anymore or the we apparently don't even have the capability to do it and this is probably recovered. The capability could but it's not like you said. Hey I want tomorrow. Of course we know that would take you take it easy during a few months though but it.

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"rosemary gibson" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

13:09 min | 2 years ago

"rosemary gibson" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Yes. He's a boss. Correspondent regarding America's dependence on China for medication down the bottom of the hour. We'll talk with the payment of care expert wrote a book called that good night. Then we're gonna talk about really on the heels about trebek's diagnosis. How mismanages too terribly are? Brian is welcome to the program. Hey, how are you? We're good. So this China and medication thing has been bugging me for a while as our tension sort of ramp up ratchet up with China's, they say, I thought most of the issue was with generic medication is beyond that it is beyond that, I think the biggest surprise in finding this out at speaking to actually Rosemary Dipsy for on, on the on the subject matter with how little information was out there, but based on what we know something like eighty percent of the active ingredients in all of our medicine that medicine that we just all of our medicine comes from a foreign country, primarily China, and even India, which makes primarily most of our generic medicines gets most of its ingredients also from China at why, why is that? What is that? Why did that happen? Okay. So the United States, I think, part of it is been our action to cheat medicine, why they're instance in the sense that we just want our medicine, obviously to be affordable. So over the years. In data bag even before, penicillin antibiotic companies and high blood pressure companies China started getting more and more bulb, and obviously, pharmaceutical companies were okay with this, because they can obviously bring down the price and everybody was happy. But what's happening is what we're seeing is China's done this with still right. The steel industry, they get. They buy steel, and they flood the market with sheep. Steal the concern. Now, the national security concern is that is what China's going to do when it comes to our medicine, essentially what they've done is they've done a stranglehold of our medicinal supply chain. Not only the active ingredients, but also find generic companies and ultimately, they're going to then set the price. And now we're talking about a country that has been deemed an adversary, by the defense department, dictating how much we're going to pay for medicine and we've soon, obviously China is willing to use. It's a Konami and you know. In trade war, and they pay threaten to use a rare earth metals against us to weaponize, there, where earth metals we've seen them see what they're doing to, to our farmers. And now the concern is well, they've got a stranglehold on the active ingredients when they can decide, for instance, we know what we're not going to provide such and such ingredient for this particular antibiotic or Bergen decide to change the quality of this medicine or God forbid, we go down the path of or down the road. Which why do we want our adversary to be in charge of all of our medicine? Well, they can't they can't be. They can't be. So this is my question that I think the rare earth analogy was, was an aft, one in the rare earth metals are actually, rare is just China's producing them and we couldn't we have to adjust to that much to what we have to just medication. So I I'm curious what is it about the process of developing? These organic molecules are sometimes not Danny molecules. The is it. That China was labor intensive process. Do we need to build a new infrastructure? What is it? We need to do to make that adjustment to bring things if not home at least one of our closer allies. What is the procedural development of these molecules that they got a hold of because it can't be that hard? It's just basic organic chemistry just couldn't molecules together. What did they do that made it so much cheaper if anything? Just labor. I mean this goes back to everything that they've done. You know, y y artistes China less expensive, because they pay less for labor. It is his cheaper period to manufacture things over in China. The reason why we can't just simply we've allowed this to happen is because no one's been talking about it, right. Under the law. Pharmaceutical companies do not have to say where they get their active ingredients. They don't publicize this, right. You think the American consumer is going to want to know that the majority of their of the ingredients in there aspirin in their antidepressants in, by the way, by the way, Brian gutter abuse it also with cracks me up about people in this country. So, so enamored with eastern medicine, China will have none of it. They're like you can't we got rid of that over for we're scientists we produced medicine, the changes physiology and clinical efficacy eastern benefits. You've gotta be kidding. They just laugh at that. And, and in the process have taken over our manufacturing. Process, everybody thinks the wisdom of the orient is so fantastic. You might console with the people that have taken over the manufacturing medication because it's so vastly superior to the wisdom of eastern medicine. But anyway, so, so I get it. But now is there anyone making any sort of plan or overtures to accommodate or correct Corso who who has to do that? So look, Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio. Senator Marco Rubio, Florida, I've been talking about this. The United States commission on China is having a major hearing on July thirty first and they're going to specifically discuss this issue. The problem here is they need to raise awareness. They need shared around, for instance, Senator round believes that the first thing they must do change the law, so that customers and consumers, and everybody knows where these companies are, in fact, getting their ingredients, they need to get a hold a handle. How big this issue is these are. Really just estimates that we're getting from the FDA and it's not even necessarily specific to China. We just know that primarily it comes from China, and this is just from insiders or Parmaceuticals survey surveys, that have been done and from hearings that the US commission on China has had in the past. So the first thing is to make sure that we get ahold of how much of the ingredients are actually coming from China. And you know how many pharmaceutical companies are starting to go out there? The big problem is, is that when I speak to experts is that in fine to ten years, some estimates. They believe that the generic drug industry, which accounts for ninety percents of the prescription drugs out there in America will be fully in the hands of China, and that is the next step. Right. So it's one thing if, if our raw ingredients are coming from China. It's a whole other thing if the generic drug manufacturers are, you know, on the entire streams base there, including the companies and they believe that if we just continue to leave this on, on checked that they're going to control generic. Drug industry and, you know, China has said that they in fact to do this, they had their China made in twenty twenty five point they plan on it. It was a ten year plan in which they plan on being global powerhouse in send high tech manufacturing sectors, including bio-medicine. So this isn't a secret, we just need to figure out here in the United States. How bad the problem is, we need to say this is a priority. Let's figure out a way to bring manufacturing here apartment should not be spending taxpayer money on medicine that is coming from China. I can't believe there's not a drug manufacturer or somebody in the United States. I can't look at that outlook of ten years or have long you're saying and say, God, that's a good investment if I invest, some money, it is, though, that's the thing. No ten years that these companies would have to come to them and going to China regulation, and cost and labor and just visit unless we do something to change that and you know because or we just increase the price of generics. That's the other way to do it, which we are averse to in this country. But. You say they went to own biomedical, you know, I do a lot of communicating with China Chinese researchers. And they don't really they're not so excited about owning generics or even pharmaceutical manufacturing. They are interested in owning the science of biomedical research, and new products. That's really where they're focused brand name. Or just the news break through cancer treatments, particularly cancer. They're very interested in that. And, and they're very good at it, and they're going to they're going to England and China or the town centers of gravity right now. But that's kind of a different issue. My question is, when you talk to the pharmaceutical companies, don't they have suggestions of, what might have they, they would be the ones with the knowledge to help us all this problem. Why don't they offer some suggestions? That would require them to actually knowledge that they get their Reince about from China. Right. I mean, I think what you're saying is it's been tough to get an answer from the pharmaceutical companies. And I think is US commission on China's going to try to put the pressure on it. Look this issue come to mind tension until there was a book written about if I Rosemary Gibson China, excellent. And she just happened to be doing research on it because she was curious. And so all I can tell you is that the pharmaceutical companies, I think are going to have to deal with this issue, at least come July thirty first when there is the first hearing and we'll see how much political will there is, I think will be really do. Listen, you know, there was that cancer scare with the F hypertensive herbs. Art. There were several contaminated batches from China. Yeah. And then that was when people started talking about needing to regulate and oversee manufacturing overseas. Now I think if you get people enough awareness, and was that the only. Drug that could deal with that it was it was a specific contamination. Percentages, and the only drug that, that, that could affect that one type of cancer treatment notes, it's blood pressure medicines, and advertisements on it. Now that could you take another dry? Very good one and I like it, and I don't wanna switch big deal, which I never okay if you don't have any side effects, you know. And so that's tough. If there's not another drug, you can take and you really like that is, but, but the point is it was just one batch wasn't my batch woma blah. But the brought focus on the issue of supervision of these generics overseas in bright. If you have enough success, getting some awareness, I think the next easy step is, hey, why do we have to supervise overseas? Bring it back back over here. I not right. I also say just another point on the dependence. It was surprising to me that the defense department per, you know, they obviously all the medicine that our troops and our veterans nine over the last since two thousand twelve the defense department has been forced to purchase medicines. From China and that's the first time they've had to do that. 'cause they're not they're not part of the trade agreement, they're not supposed to be purchasing medicines from China, but they enforced to purchase nine different medicines from China over the last seven years because they simply can't purchase them or find them anywhere else. And I think that's part of the crux of the issue here. If we allow this to go on for too long inevitably we're not going to be able to find different variants of this medicine anywhere else in China gets too much control. You know, like anyone oddly, it's, it's Gary in the sense that wise are military dependent on that especially country that they, they deem as an answer, one of the histories of the world, that goes unnoticed is medication management sometimes is created by war or adversaries like methadone came out of Germany, preparing for war through methadone came from morphine sulfate came into the civil war was sort of a German product. We've brought over to civilian use are created from military. Sort of, you know, to be independent and have an adequate supply for the military activity that this is one of the motivates just thinking about, like you guys talking about, like how this is, you know, all of a sudden now, people are aware that most of the ingredients and most of the drugs that are being produced come from China. It reminded me do you remember, like maybe I don't know ten fifteen twenty years ago, there was a mom that didn't experiment, and she looked down, and she was trying to use things in her household. And she realized that she looked in every single thing was made in China. It was like all of a sudden, one of those days when we realized as Americans that everything was made in China. Everything you used your plates. You're the, the clothes you're wearing the trash bags that you were using. I mean everything and she was like, oh, my God. It's really hard to not use one thing in my household that all of a sudden, I didn't even realize the things I was buying in the grocery store. The things I was buying target were all made in China. And it's like all of a sudden you just seem to. One day, wake up and everything is produced there. And it just seems like this all of a sudden now we're waking up and going, oh my God. All the ingredients in our Tylenol is oh, come from China. I didn't know pay Brian to do. See that article about pharmacy. Just today, the pharmaceuticals are up because of the relation between pharmacy pre what they call them like the managers there. The people have set the price or there's negotiate the prices for the insurance companies are sort of having trouble keeping prices down to see that at all. Brian. I didn't see that today murder story..

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"rosemary gibson" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"rosemary gibson" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Forty six year old Christopher Lee price died by lethal injection after telling witnesses that a man is much more than his worst mistake, in prices case that was the brutal stabbing death of a church pastor in nineteen Ninety-one the US supreme court denied a late Thursday request to stop the execution price had tried to challenge. Alabama's execution protocol saying it might cause him pain and suffering. But none was evident as he lost consciousness and died within minutes of the drugs, being administered Jack Callaghan, Fox News. There's still no end in sight to the US, China trade dispute that has seen President Trump would tariffs on billions and Chinese goods, followed by a retaliation from that country. And now something new securing America China is threatening to weaponize, rare earth minerals against the United States in the ongoing trade war. But what happens if they do that to our medicines experts are warning America has become too reliant on? In China for our pharmaceutical drugs. The food and Drug administration estimates at least eighty percent of the active ingredients in our medicines, come from abroad, primarily China. Imagine if China turned off that spigot author of China Rx, Rosemary Gibson says China's goal is to become the world's pharmacy. They'll control our supply, they'll control the quality and price Gibson says another consumer's our nation's military also depends on some China source generic drugs, Brian Yannis, Fox News. On Wall Street, stocks could drop, again the data. The Dow rose forty forty-three. Dow futures are down over two hundred is markets also drop overseas. A one to two percent decline across Europe and Japan overnight in the NBA playoffs. The defending champs lose takes.

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"rosemary gibson" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"rosemary gibson" Discussed on KTOK

"Killer killed in Alabama. Forty six year old Christopher Lee price died by lethal injection after telling witnesses that a man is much more than his worst mistake, in prices case that was the brutal stabbing death of a church pastor in nineteen Ninety-one the US supreme court denied a late Thursday. Request to stop the execution price had tried to challenge. Alabama's execution protocol saying it might cause him pain and suffering. But none was evident as he lost consciousness and died within minutes of the drugs, being administered Jack Callaghan, Fox News. There's still no end in sight to the US, China trade dispute that has seen President Trump would tariffs on billions and Chinese goods followed by retaliation from that country. And now something new securing America China is threatening to weaponize, rare earth minerals against the United States in the ongoing trade war. But what happens if they do that to our medicines experts are warning America has become too reliant on China for our pharmaceutical drugs? The food and Drug administration estimates at least eighty percent of the active ingredients in our medicines, come from abroad, primarily China. Imagine if China turned off that spigot author of China Rx, Rosemary Gibson says China's goal is to become the world's pharmacy. They'll control our supply, though, control the quality and price. Gibson says another consumer's our nation's military also depends on some China source generic drugs, Brian Yannis Funk's on Wall Street stocks could drop again that after the Dow rose forty three Dow futures are down over two hundred markets also drop overseas. A one to two percent decline across Europe and Japan overnight in the NBA playoffs. The defending champs lose.

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"rosemary gibson" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"rosemary gibson" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"But the movie came out at Christmas, and yeah, thirty three thirty three theaters three of them right here in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex USA today, the headline gently said on the basis basis, based in fact takes liberties takes liberties, okay? Thank you. They began with how this movie literally comes out of the Ginsburg family. It's an authorized biography. Even when something in the movie is identified as true. Apparently, the fact checker wanted to make a I guess they wanted to make a myth out of auntie Ruth when she would say, no like how these sex discrimination case at the center of the movie was given to her by her husband Marty. Although that's how it's that's how it played out in real life. Stipple men was initially hesitant to write the scene as it is apparently the person who wrote the movie. Yeah. Her nephew for fear of seemingly diminishing Ginsberg's accomplishments. I was writing movie about a leading feminist and was scared. It could feel like a man is driving the story forward. So in the first draft, I had her finding the case on her own. But Ruth read it and said, your ankle handed me the case, and he deserves credit for it. Well, good for our BG for being, you know, so. Full of integrity. That's wonderful. They also note the movie is the climactic courtroom scene in which the federal appeals court is fictionalized Ginsburg never froze up in front of them. She never gave a triumphant rebuttal because the judges peppered her husband with questions stead. I, you know, it's that clip right their freedom. So I guess that didn't happen. The film also falsely places Ruth's daughter Jane at her side on the movies court case, although the real life. Jane went to law school and became a professor at Columbia. She wasn't an active participant in Ginsberg's early legal career as usual as movie is inspired by a true story. But there's a lot of misleading stuff going on inside of it. Okay. Well, I mean, that's not much of a fact check that's pretty. Pretty lame. And in fact, I don't think this even happened. Does not appear in good works in the US constitution. The word freedom. You're on. So I mean that seemed didn't even happen. Apparently, they didn't even there was no drama like that. So wait. So you're telling me there's a chance that she actually has respect and knows the US constitution. No, no. I am telling you though bay start. Our own words. She'd rather go by South Africa's constitution than ours. Yeah. What our candidates working out for them over there? It's just beautiful. Yeah. Changing. Well, it was. You know in in the last century and ours was several centuries ago. So you know, it's better than ours. You know, anything old can't be right? Anything that allows for the confiscation of land from one race over another without compensation much better. Yeah. Right. That's the to Shen, right? Or if you did it on Twitter like Iceland got suggestions on Twitter for their constitution. And that's better than Iceland is based on how many likes your tweet gut like just in the constitution. It was I'm not positive on that. But we'll look into that. Yeah. All right. Linda in Virginia. You're on the blaze. Hi, good morning, guys. It's kind of ironic I turned on the TV. And then you were talking about Jeffey. I have just finished reading a book called China are ex it's by Rosemary Gibson, and a j singe and it exposes the risks of America's dependence on all the medicine from China. I had no idea how we are going to be shortly. Strangled by the pharma companies that are in cahoots with the communist that could just wipe out America. Oh, almost at any time in the future. And I would urge people to get a hold of this book China are ex and dive into it because it's mind boggling. Okay. All right. I mean, there are some troubling. Really disturbing trends happening with China right now Hollywood's in bed with them big pharmacies or are in bed with them. And appreciate the call. I it's really it's dangerous. It's dangerous. Plus we're selling off a lot of real estate, although they're buying less. Now, not really sure why that trend has changed a little bit because they were completely interested in buying up America like Japan was in the eighties. And we're just only too happy to sell it to him. So it's crazy..

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"rosemary gibson" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"rosemary gibson" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

"This program features interviews with respected healthcare industry experts on current topics of substantial national importance, your host for the program is David and Trucco a DC based healthcare policy analyst and researcher. We invite you to comment on the program by visiting the healthcare policy podcasts dot com. Now, here's David welcome to the healthcare policy podcast again on the host, David intra Cosso doing this podcast. We'll discuss the author Rosemary Gibson her recent book, titled China are ex exposing the risks of America's dependence on China for medicine may welcome back to the program. David it's great to be with you. Thank you for having me. Rosemary is senior adviser at the Hastings center and his board chair of the L tournaments, the two-day nonprofit health systems research organization her full by of course, is posted on the podcast website listeners may recall, I discussed medical eras with Rosemary. In November twenty thirteen and in June. Twenty fifteen we discussed the question of whether or not we healthcare in this country or rather medical commerce or their phrased we used for that discussion the medical industrial complex today. We'll discuss Rosemary and her co author Girardin Persad sings latest work again, titled China Rx that details the extent to which the US is dependent on the manufacturing drugs, and their active ingredients and medical devices and the extent to which this dependence imperils, both our health status and our Nations Security so that as a very brief overview introduction. Let me ask more of a question since I noted we've discussed to a subject interests of yours in the past this book appears to be a product of those previous interests or your discussions on those topics in that imported a Chinese drugs continued. Beg or do beg patient safety questions and the rapid offshoring of drug manufacturing by US. Pharmaceuticals is not surprising largely or purely a prophet play. Would you agree with this assessment? Well, the outsourcing of medicines to China David are generic drugs, increasingly and the components to make them all for random drugs and generics. Certainly has been driven by price. China has a lot of very talented chemists. They have. Environmental laws that are not like the United States air, consumer product liability is not what we're used to in this country. So that many other factors make it have made it she per to do production in China, but recently, China ramping up enforcement of pollution controls, the current trade challenges, and all that brings is making it harder for western and American companies to do business there. So those transaction costs are increasing. But you're right. It's primarily a cost driver. It is driven production to China. Okay. Thank you. So throughout the book, you we've the story about a tragic certainly said story about Dr Bob Allen. And I think it was extent useful in making your points. So this is the issue of his experience relegated to receiving the drug heparin. Which of course, you may know, our listeners may know is so widely used a blood thinner medication. Can you just provide an overview of that experience because it's exemplary of the patient safety issue or how these drugs can be dangerous because then we'll get into this the extent to which has their import of the US the FDA or federal regulators are able to provide adequate regulatory oversight. So again, could you give us an overview of Dr Allen's tragic experience. Sure, you know, David, I wrote this book in the public interest, and it's always important to show the. Human face of safety in this case are medicines when we're globalizing production. So the book opens with a story of Dr Bob Allen who the forty five year old healthy physician trained at Johns Hopkins and he walked into a hospital in Arizona with his family late at night. He knew we had a bleeding stomach ulcer, but like many physicians he kinda postponed getting treatment. But finally it was time in so because it was late at night they decided to admit him overnight and do an endoscopy the next morning. He received heparin the following morning. Several doses and inexplicably. He started having a heart attack at about eleven AM just less than twelve hours after being admitted to the hospital. So he went into the cath lab and he received two large doses of heparin, and the doctors were deeply deeply concerned that he was going into heart failure, and is other organs were also starting

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Thyroid medication recalled after failed inspection at Chinese manufacturer

Dr. Daliah

01:23 min | 3 years ago

Thyroid medication recalled after failed inspection at Chinese manufacturer

"I guess the FDA has now had to recall thyroid eight. Tablets that were made by Chinese firm he was announced the recall of Westminster pharmaceutical. Tablets gives you the risk of adulteration, he said in an August ninth, statement the FDA said that Levi firearms sin and Lyle fiber. Nin fifteen milligrams thirty milligrams sixty ninety one hundred twenty milligram. Tablets are being recalled as precautionary measures some leave off the, rocks and doesn't come. In those doses the life, thyroid does but the Leyva Farrukh said I don't have the doses if it's the fifty microgram or the seventy five microgram So the agency. Said they were manufactured using active pharmaceutical, ingredients that were sourced prior to, the FDA's import alert regarding that a Chinese firm made the. Products a two thousand seventeen inspection of China's one friendly pharmaceutical. Company drugs discovered deficiencies and could represent the possibility of risk, being introduced into the. Manufacturing process was Mr. pharmaceutical, Senate has received any reports of adverse incidents related to the products which is good But the FDA of course stake of cautions

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"rosemary gibson" Discussed on 1A

1A

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"rosemary gibson" Discussed on 1A

"Thank you we'll get back to our conversation and more of your stories in a moment stay close support for this podcast and the following message come from jail marzia lar whatever you call your home jomar knows you take great pride and keeping it clean that's where co alarm comes in seal alarm dissolves calcium lyman rust all around the house using natural ingredients not harsh chemicals it even carries the epa safer choice seal keep your little piece of the planet looking its best with sia lar making the world a little cleaner hey thanks for listening to this podcast i'm peter segal come try the only show that treats the news the way it deserves to be treated roughly with lots of tasteless comments that's wait wait don't tell me on the npr one app or wherever you listen to podcasts back now to our conversation rosemary gibson and bud hammers are still with us we'll add another voice to the to the panel but first let me get to a few more of your stories and comments leah is listening in saint louis and leah writes my father passed away a year ago after more than two months in hospice with diabetes it's not lost on me how fortunate we were as a family for my father to be an active participant through the whole process of deciding his path we were never left to wonder what he would want i also exposed my then five year old son to what was happening we as a society do not speak openly enough about death and dying my hope is that seeing the respect that was shown to my father at the end will allow my son to better except death as a part of life we also heard from some of you about how medical professionals made it more complicated to have your wishes honored here's one note that was left in our inbox my name is death i'm from birmingham alabama in recently my mother made the choice to go into hostile care she passed away and a twenty sixteen and it was a difficult decision for us but not a difficult decision for her she was a similar age as far buffoonish and had lost several children and her.

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"rosemary gibson" Discussed on 1A

1A

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"rosemary gibson" Discussed on 1A

"We made the decision and we are happy she is in a better place margaret lewis i am facing hospice decisions for my parents particularly my mother and it seems that the most difficult aspect of making a hospice decision is everybody acknowledging that a hospice decision is necessary i think that is biggest challenge and that is why so many people enter hospice and only spend a couple of days and it before passing away i don't think that delaying the decision is the best choice and bob an abbey for sharing your stories you know modern medicine offers many options for prolonging life today we'll talk about how we deal with letting life and that's just ahead ever listen to the news and wonder is there anything good happening out there i'm indie thomas from npr's how in the world and each week guiran i take you and your kids on wild adventures to explore the most wow worthy news stories on the planet find in the world an apple podcasts joining us here in studio is rosemary gibson senior adviser at the hastings center which is a bioethics research institute she is the author of treatment trap how the overuse of medical care is wrecking your health and what you can do to prevent it and she led the robert wood johnson foundation's initiative to bring palliative care into the nation's hospitals rosemary welcome to one a josh scrape to be here also with us in studio is a name that many fans of public radio might know diane ream is working on a film about aid in dying called when my time comes one a is the successor to the diane ream show which she hosted for thirty seven years currently she hosts a weekly podcast called diane ream on my mind diane welcome joshua so good to be here and joining us from lacrosse wisconsin is but hammas a clinical ethicists and executive director of respecting choices the group provides a model for advanced care planning that's being replicated across the.

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