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U.K. Moves Toward Ethically Controversial Coronavirus Vaccine Trial

PRI's The World

06:07 min | Last month

U.K. Moves Toward Ethically Controversial Coronavirus Vaccine Trial

"Vaccine Trials are happening all over the globe today. The UK government announced funding for phase. One of something called a human challenge trial for a corona virus vaccine. The process will require young healthy volunteers to be infected with the virus in an effort to speed up vaccine testing a company called H Vivo and Imperial College London. Have the contract is set up the first part of that process. Here's more from the world's caroline dealer the idea itself sounds wild intentionally infect people with the very virus returning our lives upside down to avoid. People hear about these trials. Many people's immediate reaction is, how could it be ethical but Oxford bioethicist deb Yom row gic says, it's possible if certain conditions are met one of those conditions is that the expected benefits of the research outweigh the risks. In this case, how many infections could we prevent if we developed a vaccine sooner? For example, in a typical clinical trial thousands of people are injected with a test vaccine and sent out into the world to see if they still get infected naturally that's happening now with several corona virus vaccine candidates, but Andrew Catchpole. The, chief scientific officer at H., Vivo the company launching this human challenge trial says that takes time normal traditional trials involve many thousands of subjects take many many months to complete in human challenge trials, which HP VO has been running for decades. A small number of healthy volunteers would be intentionally infected with the coronavirus after getting jabbed with a trial vaccine to see if it works. What happens is because everybody is given the disease, you're able to determine efficacy in a matter of weeks. These types of tiles have been used for centuries and in the recent past have. Sped up the development of typhoid and cholera vaccines. The agreement announced by the UK government today is just for the first step of this contract to manufacture and test Raina the virus to use in trials it still has to be approved by regulators and an ethics panel. If it is between thirty and ninety volunteers could start being injected with just the test virus, not yet any vaccine as soon as the beginning of next year so far nearly three thousand people in the UK have signed up to volunteer for a challenge trial. One of them is allaster frazier ORCA. White indefinite convinced. The Human Josh all has essential to advising Ovalles, scenes, population way more quickly lift on them on opinion the risk is small enough to travel participants that we need to take that risk frazier ORCA put off going to university for a year to work with one day sooner, a nonprofit group advocating for human challenge trials and signing up volunteers. He says the Tom Channel some of the fear of living through a pandemic into something that feels productive grandma custos. My Dodd might catch his out his risk. So kind of on a personal level the. Volunteer volunteers will be paid somewhere around five thousand dollars insurance cover healthcare costs. For any complications they will quarantine in a special nineteen dead unit at the Royal Free, hospital in London for an expected two weeks after virus exposure. Again, Andrew Catch Paul from h Vivo. A first priority was doing these studies is the safety of the volunteers. So for that reason, we go very strict criteria about those who. Will be eligible to participate. Volunteers must be between eighteen and thirty healthy with no pre existing conditions. But there's a more controversial criteria that scientists are wrestling with right now whether to exclude volunteers of color because there is data suggest that there is a potential for increased risk. The UN says Kobe nineteen is disproportionately affecting racial and ethnic minorities around the globe including in Brazil the UK and the US. K. Government figures, black men in England and Wales are more than two and a half times more likely to die of cope in nineteen than white men. Some of that is explained by socioeconomic status in pre existing conditions. But Dhillon David Kumar, a physician and professor at University College London says it's more than that. They're also other underlying causes racism discrimination for example, being an underlying cause which are not easy to count foreign. Announces such as this Dave Qamar said, he's the health impacts of racism and xenophobia. He says, well, it's important to note that raises a social construct, not biological. The effects of racism in tells in ways that can be hard to identify. So you can't hold constant the discrimination someone's face throughout their life. You can't hold constant the environment someone grownup in the levels of air pollution kinds of housing that they've lifting throughout their life. So. There are differences in outcomes amongst racial groups. David Kamar isn't familiar with this specifics of this study proposal, but he says he can understand the reason for picking volunteers who are at the lowest possible risk for getting really sick. Charles cordray chief officer for the Caribbean and African Health Network sees it differently. It's really disappointing people of Color. In clinical trials that's partly due to legacy of racist medical experiments. By white doctors and kwok-wah dray says the idea of excluding people of color from this trial would add to the distrust mistrust and the lack of trust has come about as a result of decades of sometimes how we need to respond so quickly but what is meant is that there's a whole section of people. Fair much. whose voices are not being head HBO is still making a decision about whether and how to include people of Color in the first phase of this trial when they're testing out the safest way to infect people with the actual virus the company hasn't designed protocols yet for the actual vaccine-testing in hopes quickly follows the volunteer criteria for this stage of the study will be finalized and handed over to UK regulators and an ethics panel by

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UK to infect healthy volunteers in vaccine research trial

The Daily 202's Big Idea

00:37 sec | Last month

UK to infect healthy volunteers in vaccine research trial

"British scientists. This week are launching the world's first human challenge trials for covid nineteen they will infect healthy volunteers with the virus in the hope of further speaking the way to a vaccine. Research which is being led by Imperial College. London is a gutsy gambit given that people will be submitting themselves to the virus with no surefire treatment. The virus can kill volunteers will be given a laboratory grown strain of the virus will been quarantined in a secure unit the Royal Free Hospital in London they'll undergo daily even hourly tests. The initial phase of the study will seek to determine the minimal amount of virus necessary to cause an active measurable infection.

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"royal free hospital" Discussed on Medical Mysteries

Medical Mysteries

11:08 min | 8 months ago

"royal free hospital" Discussed on Medical Mysteries

"Andrew Wakefield had spent his career searching for the link between autism got disorders and vaccinations. He claimed that the measles mumps and rubella vaccine could cause autism Crohn's disease and other disorders his most notorious paper published in the Lancet launched. A media Maelstrom throughout London. Alarmed parents stopped vaccinating. Their children suddenly diseases that had been under control like measles. Were at risk of reappearing in large numbers in industrialized nations a subsequent investigation discredited Wakefield utterly. He was forced out of his teaching position at the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine in two thousand and one disgraced. He left to start a new in Austin Texas but the international move couldn't get Wakefield away from his critics one of the harshest was Richard. Horton the editor of The Lancet. He turned a new leaf after helping caused the whole panic by Publishing Wakefield's article in the first place now. He was ashamed of his role. He called his decision to publish. Wakefield's paper embarrassingly naive. But he didn't know how to make things right. Medical professionals like Horton's spent their lives fighting microscopic viruses and bacteria but no one knew how to stop a viral idea. Horton figure that since Wakefield's conclusions had spread in newspapers and on TV. Maybe he could release accurate information the same way so he published articles in one piece. He argued that since nineteen ninety eight. Researchers had convincingly refuted any association between the vaccine and autism not one person or group has confirmed the original findings in the Lancet paper but as it turned out calls to reason and order didn't make headlines Alarmist Anti VACs conspiracy theories did few major media sources picked up on his statement Wakefield's misinformation continued to spread. And now he was pedaling. His theories in a brand new country in two thousand. Four Wakefield's claims about vaccinations and autism. Hadn't yet taken off in America but he took hard in the panic happening across the pond. Wakefield didn't see the dropping vaccination rates as a cause for concern. They were a source of hope. If his colleagues wouldn't listen to him perhaps more ordinary parents would wakefield saw himself as a martyr exiled from his homeland for daring to speak truth to power. He wasn't going to let the growing tide of criticism. Shut him down. According to Seth Manukyan's the panic virus. Wakefield said I have already lost my job. But if you come to me and say this has happened to my child. What's My job? What did I sign up for when I went into medicine to look after your child? I'm here to address the concerns of the patient. There's a high price to pay for that. That price involved exposes by investigative journalists. Like Brian Dear. Dear was notorious for taking down corrupt drug companies but in the early two thousands. He turned his attention to Wakefield in two thousand four. He announced his plans to publish information. About Wakefield's clear conflict of interest. The research for his Lancet paper had been funded by anti vaccination advocates deers investigation threatned. What little stability. Wakefield had in his new American life for the most part people in the United States had never even heard of him. If deers piece when public Wakefield's new friends and neighbors would hate him to address. The report Wakefield immediately flew to London to meet with his former colleagues and Horton. The editor of the Lancet Horton gave them forty eight hours to explain themselves. In a written statement to the press he'd already decided to partially retract. Wakefield's paper based on the allegations but a statement would help Wakefield. Save face by this time. Horton knew he couldn't cure the viral idea by publishing facts but maybe he could immunize the public to this misinformation my getting Wakefield to apologize and agree. His findings were wrong but Wakefield wasn't willing to cooperate. He and two other holdouts Dr Peter Harvey and Dr John. Linnell wrote a detailed response letter about why they thought the papers retraction was a total joke. Which meant now. Wakefield and Horton were facing off in the news in their debates were incredibly high stakes a potential measles epidemic was on the line on September ninth. Two thousand four Horton appeared on channel. Five news to make his usual statements against Wakefield but the told him some surprising numbers. The station had pulled their audience. Seventeen percent were convinced. The vaccine was safe. A whopping eighty three percent were convinced it was not Horton's whirlwind tour. An effort to immunize the public against dangerous ideas had done little to change opinions. He'd forgotten one of the key concepts of viral Aji if a patient is already infected. It's too late for a vaccine. He couldn't reach people who were already contaminated by Wakefield's ideas that contamination translated to outbreaks and deaths in the UK. According to journalist Brian deer immunization rates in Britain dropped from ninety two percent in nineteen ninety eight to eighty percent in the early two thousands. The problem wasn't just the parents who chose not to vaccinate the children. There were also immuno. Compromised patients infants the elderly people with HIV or other immune disorders and so on these people couldn't get vaccinated for health reasons. Typically immuno-compromised people are safe. Thanks to something called herd immunity. The idea is simple. You can't get sick if you're never around sick people so if an immuno compromised persons spends all the time around people who have vaccines they don't have to worry about measles mumps rubella and so on there's no one to catch them from but when many people are unvaccinated it's easier for diseases to spread and when parents fell for Wakefield's lies. They weren't just putting their own children at risk. They were endangering all immuno-compromised people which was part of why journalist. Brian deer was so confused. Wakefield wooden willingly let hundreds of people get sick and die just for profit would he? Dear was fascinated by Wakefield in part because he didn't believe the researcher was simply a monster. There had to be some logical reason for what he was doing. After reviewing countless talks essays and interviews dear concluded that Wakefield was more like a cult leader. He truly believed what he said about autism and vaccines but he wasn't one hundred percent honest Wakefield knowingly used manipulative tactics to get his message out. In other words dear thought Wakefield was both a zealot and a puppet master. It was a dangerous combination. This was a man who truly would stop at nothing to spread his Gospel. He had nothing to lose. This was consistent with claims. Richard Horton had made during a news broadcast years before he explained. I don't think Wakefield will ever be satisfied. He's invested his entire career and reputation in this belief this hypothesis for him to refute it now would almost be an indication of his personality and nothing. The medical community did could stop him throughout two thousand four. Wakefield Fund raised for a center dedicated to autism treatment and research in two thousand five with the help of a one million dollar donation. He set up. An Austin Clinic called the thoughtful House Center for children. The center was a one stop shop for autism treatment. Care Education and therapy except it was less of a resource and more of a front for indoctrination. The thoughtful house promoted anti vaccination conspiracy theories and offer dangerous alternative medicine. Some patients underwent key Latian a risky and sometimes fatal procedure designed to remove metal. Build up from the body. Other young children were put on extreme diets. Although his methodology didn't work Wakefield knew how to draw in a crowd soon after opening their doors. The new clinic was bustling. It didn't matter that Wakefield didn't have a US medical license. He was cutting all the way down to using the name thoughtful house. It implied that his treatments compared to the alternatives were caring and considerate doodoo practices like this in two thousand six. Wakefield was investigated by the General Medical Council a governing body of medical practitioners in Britain. The hearings had the potential to discredit Wakefield within the medical community. But Richard Horton feared. They might have the opposite effect on the public at large because they give Dr Wakefield a platform in an interview he said when Wakefield walks into the GMC he will have a national stage. That has been denied him. The outcome of the GMC's proceedings could be a lose lose for the Department of Health for Wakefield supporters. You will either be vindicated as a hero or go down as a martyr to his cause nevertheless the hearings went forward the GMC accused Wakefield of having undisclosed financial conflicts of interest ordering unnecessarily invasive procedures for children failing to detail how patients were recruited for the study breaking the Hospitals Code of Ethics and showing a callous disregard for any distress or pain. His patients may have suffered Wakefield denied all the charges launching a lengthy two and a half year investigation and the review. It was widely reported on as Horton had feared.

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"royal free hospital" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

04:11 min | 10 months ago

"royal free hospital" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Was great for a time but he got diagnosed with lung cancer in July twenty fourteen and unfortunately really he passed away in two thousand fourteen in December so this is just one example and there are multitudes of similar stories perhaps Some some stories that will come to us directly from you listening in some of these stories. Here's the thing a lot of them end with if someone Someone ultimately dying of cancer because it POPs up somewhere else in their body but in other stories there are inexplicable remissions and it does seem that the cancer cells not only disappear like they did the Royal Free Hospital London but that they disappear for good and this leads to these conspiratorial claims. And they're very. They're very familiar. The differ a little bit in the specifics. But if we look at it academically we we see the same trends time and time again. And it's this many people who believe cannabis can cure all or some types of cancer that have functions as a panacea For cancer also believe that this is not there. They're not some like a person who's hip to a secret truth of the world. They believe this is common knowledge at the top of the medical industry and the argument goes like this. It's more profitable for big Pharma or Insert Medical Boogeyman here to sell sell synthetic drugs or even substances that are derived ultimately from cannabis and instead of treating patients lock them into a subscription service. Yeah we talked about this many times on this show before he cons true well the concept yes on the base level. It is true that if you can lock someone into a subscription service of any kind it is a better business model for you and that it goes for everything from the media you consume to the drugs you take to the sickness you have in this case in in a very messed up way. It makes more sense to sell someone a monthly service than to cure them so they don't have to buy anything from you ever again right in front of a business. Perspective from capitalists perspective. Why would someone would accompany allow a plant that grows wild and is readily cheaply available To to eat into your profits when you all you had to do all you have to prime the pump a little bit with some lobbying millions and make sure that the plant is illegal You can do it through racist propaganda or you can just sponsor The right politicians to push that bill through true and then after that plants illegal you can get a loophole in the bill whereby you sell Proprietary expensive derivatives and. They're the only only game in town. You know what I mean so you could. You could pay I. I don't know how much people pay for weed. But you know you could pay by by like joint and and smoke it or you could get a One hundred plus dollar a month prescription. That just kept you popping pills calls to repress your chronic pain while not at all curing the condition. So it's bad for the people but it's great for the companies in the fact that this does not seem outright impossible the fact that like you said that there are similar cases. Where stuff like this has happened? Even if they don't evolve we'd that fact disturb everyone listening you know we no longer think of this as some way out there quote unquote tin foil. Hat conspiracy theory. We all listen to this and we think of stories we've heard in recent years ago. Yeah I don't know it does does feel at least to make a lot more sense than one would hope but is it true will dive into that after a word from our sponsor the seventh.

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"royal free hospital" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"royal free hospital" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Vaccine controversy began with the publication of a research paper in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight the the paper written by a group led by andrew wakefield published in a respected british. Medical journal called the lancet. The paper reported on twelve children with developmental disorders in the royal free hospital in hampstead in north london. The parents or physicians of eight of the children were said to have linked the behavioral symptoms with the m._r. Vaccination the parents reportedly you said the symptoms of autism has set in within days of their children's vaccinations at fourteen months old q- panic meanwhile in america ferocious anti anti vaccine movement took off after wakefield toured u._s. Autism conferences including speaking at a nineteen ninety eight conference for defeat autism now and in november number two thousand appeared on the c._b._s. Network sixty minutes program linking m._m._r. with what he called quote in pedantic of autism q. massive massive panic this one mother fucker singlehandedly kicked off the current anti vaccination scare or vaccinations. Give kids autism kind head of movement then jenny mccarthy and other celebrities took his faulty research credit to the masses and well here. We are now here. I am covering the topic. Why do i call wait till the motherfucker. Why do u._s._a.'s research was faulty because i met him in a bar. One time in two thousand ten is quote washington now. Look at it. Check this out. I had quarters on the side of the pool table so i you know i could play next. That's how you do and i was grabbing a beer and he just ignore them. Ignore the quarters and sort of racquetball's. You know like he was gonna play and i was like april. My quarter stood on saturday table was fuck. I had next. I had next next and he was like oh sorry. I didn't see my apologized. Go ahead and play my bad bad and you might think what's wrong with that. You know he did the right thing that well no. You didn't whose way he said it. That made the whole fucked up. It was like his tone. He was like own-goal in line and i swore to myself one day i would slander that mother fucker talked that's crazy. That's not true. No i don't like wakefield because wakefield was later caught up in a massive scandal that revealed he was conspiring with a lawyer named richard barr who hope to raise a class action lawsuit against the drug companies that made the vaccine bar high hired wakefield to conduct clinical scientific research that would support his class action suit unbelievable wait for was a hired gun no use to scientifically provide bullshit scientific findings due to help win a bullshit lawsuit. This is why. I don't don't like this guy would always became public. Knowledge study wakefield conducted was retracted from the lancet and from july two thousand seven thousand and ten til subjected to the longest ever professional misconduct act hearing by the u._k.'s general medical council also proven the wakefield manipulated the data and has nine hundred ninety eight paper linking the vaccine to autism all right. This is very unethical. May of two thousand ten wait till was found guilty by the general medical council of serious professional misconduct banned from the medical register meaning. He can no longer practice practice medicine in the u._k. Sadly he can't keep running his stupid fucking mouth and stoking anti vacs fires. This dangerous false information quick piece of shit is now based in austin texas. He's double down on the same anti vaccine bullshit that cost him his medical license in the first place. Two thousand seventeen wakil was directly linked to an outbreak of measles among the somalia american community in minnesota and would seventy nine people were infected the vast majority of which were children at the age of ten. This came just after he visited shared his views with the vaccination rate among that group minneapolis fell from ninety two percent to forty percents..

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"royal free hospital" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"royal free hospital" Discussed on Today in Focus

"In nineteen ninety I guess throw Terrell adjusts called Andrew Wakefield claim that the measles mumps rubella vaccine was linked to autism. It was one of the most controversial health stories of generation causing alarm amongst parents as the immunization rate collapsed over the years, the original research was widely discredited trust was slowly rebuilt and the doctor at the heart of the scandal seemed to disappear, but. Autism has become an epidemic. Your take this little beautiful baby, and you pump. I mean, it looks just like it's mid for a horse. Not for child vaccine skepticism is back health experts say social media, I'm populace fueling a growing movement that seem worrying trends in vaccination rates, including for HP, which can lead to cervical cancer. Flu and measles. We'll Health Organization has a goal to radically Musil's in Europe by twenty twenty. So should be almost gone. The last year there were the highest number of measles cases in Europe for twenty years sixty thousand and seventy two deaths and that's mostly children and vulnerable adults from the guardian. I'm initiative Astana today in focus is a growing anti vaccine movement putting lives at risk. Actually have been vaccine skeptics ever since vaccines were invented. But when it comes to measles mumps rubella, it does date back to nine hundred ninety eight very specifically and a press conference that I actually went to in February of that year the Royal free hospital. Sarah Bosley is the guardians help editor. So I went to this building and went in was held in a in a big lecture theatre. So I remember we all have these individual seats. It was a bit like sitting in exam in school with those little desks that sort of you can pull over push away. And they're at the front was a lineup of very serious scientists with very long faces and looking very slightly pompous and amongst the Moore's Andrew Wakefield who was young charismatic. Plus the dean of the ROY free medical school. Who was the? Most Sopa faced of the lot. And he was so worried about what Wakefield was saying really really anxious about it reasons. Mumps rubella given together maybe too much immune system of some day. Reckon day. There was a link between gut disease in children and autism. And that in some way, the measles mumps rubella vaccine might be the thing that triggered this off for the most part of the conference was about the paper about the scientific work that the team had done. But the really difficult moment the moment that really turned the whole issue around and launch the thousand and vaccines groups was when Wakefield actually said case for the socio. Vaccines into their component parts separate thought that those that the measles mumps rubella vaccine should not be given us one shot that it should be given a separate vaccines for safety. And it was that thing which was not part of the paper, which really allowed people massively and caused all the anxiety that followed did you think at the time. This doesn't sound right. What I did think was that's one heck of a claim when you're journalist, and particularly perhaps if you have a specialization, you have an antenna, and I think it was very obvious to those of us who covered health that he was saying something that was really front page news. Certainly I had that moment when studies actually stomach turning over. But it's something of that sort. You think oh there is something that's being set. Here. That's going to be a big story. How big I could not possibly have imagined at that time. Could be a link between a common childhood vaccine and autism questions were raised today about the safety of the combined mumps, measles and rubella vaccine news urge showing a possible link with a bowel disease, which could lead to autism. According to Dr Wakefield's theory, the MR vaccine ten damage the intestines of some children, allowing toxins delete..

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"royal free hospital" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"royal free hospital" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"The company, but one of the devices do with your privacy. Does that meet our minimum standards? Of a cool idea. Yeah. It really is. It's also a, you know, if you if you look at the privacy, non included list, it's nicely done sites and many products that I was I worried about these not necessarily, but it's nice to get that Mozilla seal of approval if you were will. Yeah. Especially okay. Let's take the Microsoft, Mark one. It's a smart speaker. It's off brand. But maybe I find a little bit of a deal on it. Right. And I'm thinking, oh, I might buy this for one of my relatives. My my sister or my father share. But by less of that brand. Yeah. I haven't worked with this company before you're not totally sure and Muslim has done your research for you. It's meets our minimum security standards. Okay. Suddenly, I feel a little better about it. And if I want to dig in myself that talk about what kind of encryption it uses what its privacy policy is what kind of controls. I have you can you can dig into some of the stats there. It's at the Mozilla foundation Mozilla dot org. We'll have a link to it in the show notes as well. Go check it out. Sorry. I'm looking at this adorable alarm clock that I just really want now Sarah for. Thanks. Yes. Was that obvious enough? Alphabet owned deep minds health division, including the stream at for assisting doctors and nurses will be transferred to alphabet owned Google's Google health division. The deep mind health division has partnerships with ten inch has hospitals to process medical data in the UK the street map ran into controversy over its use of one point six million patients data in Royal free hospital in London lawyer and privacy expert. Julia Powell's pointed out, the deep mine promise to never connect people's intimate identifiable health, data to Google accounts products or services and deemed the transfer trust demolition deep..

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"royal free hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"royal free hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"News Radio seven eighty one zero five point nine FM rain is moving through the Chicago area now and expect that on and off throughout the evening. Maybe tomorrow as well. We'll have an overnight low in the mid forties for tomorrow. A high of fifty right now, it is fifty degrees at O'Hare and forty nine f- lakefront raining. On the market wash. Today. Dow closed up one hundred ninety one NASDAQ though fill Twenty-eight SNP up about fifteen WBZ news time, four twenty one. Our top story this hour the last minute push for votes ahead of tomorrow's midterm elections. President Trump spoke today in Cleveland vote for Democrats is a vote to bring this economic boom. Crashing to a sudden halt and here in Chicago, the record wave of early voters hit early voting sites with a little more than two and a half hours too early to early vote ten we'll have much more on this story at four thirty one closing fifty one source including those and gurney and also reported you together to wind down operations by February the home improvement retailer, historically, what it says is underperforming stores including two in this area. Appalachian, the south suburbs. Investigating a deadly hit and run. This happening talk really officers found an under responsive WalMart last night there Lincoln highway and Torrance the woman has not been identified. He died if ac- will you might think the slowest commuter travel time in Illinois is in the Chicago area. But it turns out that notoriety goes to a downstate forest. Authorities are extending the closure of a road through the shawnee national forest to give snakes more time to migrate across it. A two and a half mile stretch of snake road is usually closed. It goes for the annual migration of animals in September and October to accommodate endangered reptiles and amphibians, but it's been warmer than usual. So the migration is taking longer the road will be closed larger so stragglers. I wrote over snake road is still open to people travelling on foot pad Cassidy NewsRadio. Hi point nine FM residents in Chicago's uptown neighborhood getting creative in order to combat an ongoing problem like nothing I've ever seen. Jennifer, goolsbee has lived on the forty eight hundred block of Winthrop avenue for fourteen years. She says she's never seen so many wrath is the last six months, it is so ridiculous. I go for a walk with my dog. And I'll see six rats at five classmates turning the answer. She hopes are their newest residence. Set up these large teachers and the cat's just arrived yesterday. Who's be says, the neighbors all contributed to the cost of the feral cats and are welcoming them and feeding them and hopes they'll stick around and scare the rodents. The neighbors together. Like, let's say this problem goes about five hundred dollars for the feral cat colony to be brought in Lisa fielding NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. When it comes to skin cancer protection. A new study finds that men are still not getting the message. The researchers say skin cancer deaths. Among men have soared in wealthy nations, while mortality rates among women are rising more slowly or even declining in some places lead author Dorothy Yang of London's Royal free hospital. There is some evidence from several studies that suggest that men possibly don't protect your skin as well as women do more than ninety percent of melanoma cancers are caused by overexposure to the sun making it one of the most preventable of cancers. Something more men need to take on board. They keep Barker CBS news WBZ news time, four twenty three market news. What if every time you went out you could cash in now with the Capital One saver card? You earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment like their first taste of guacamole..

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Skin cancer deaths rising for men, but not women

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00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Skin cancer deaths rising for men, but not women

"First news. I do study shows men still aren't getting the message when it comes to protecting themselves from skin cancer over to CBS's. Vicki Barker, researchers say skin cancer deaths. Among men have soared in wealthy nations, while mortality rates among women are rising more slowly or even declining in some places lead author Dorothy Yang of London's Royal free hospital. There is some evidence from several studies that suggest that many possibly don't protect your skin as well as women do more than ninety percent of melanoma cancers are caused by overexposure to the sun making it one of the most preventable of cancers. Something more men need to

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"royal free hospital" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"royal free hospital" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of six nine and AM seven forty KCBS. KCBS news time ten fifty forty buyer. And Nick Palmer are at the KCBS editor's desk. Diana shook his writing the news this morning, and we have production assistance from Aruba Cosmi a new documentary film. Looks back at a time when the aids crisis was infancy, and San Francisco it was a time when there was very little known about the deadly disease. KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports the film is entitled five be after a special ward created by nurses for aids. Patients at San Francisco General hospital during the nineteen eighties. Dan, Kraus is the documentarian. He says the ninety minute film. Looks back at a team of nurses who were shocked at the lack of compassionate care offered to those suffering with aids patients were not being treated the same sort of dignity and respect that other patients were being afforded. There was a great deal of fear of aids patients and a lot of that fear was laced with latent bigotry crown says he was able to locate several of the nurses who tell their individual stories he was also able to marry that with hours of historic film, which had to be meticulously restored, the nurses made the word happen. And this is one of the first instances in which nurses has led the charge to provide care for patients, and they were the ones who developed this model of care that is used even today became at that time the model of aids care worldwide model care that's rooted not just in medical care. But in compassionate care the documentary five be closed out the Sanford. Cisco film festival last night and should be available for viewing on TV or online soon in San Francisco Jeffrey Xiao, KCBS, let's daylight saving time over now or all enjoying a little more sunshine in our morning drive button. KCBS report caveman Coney says highway officials are also warning the time shift could lead to an uptick in drowsy driving public information officer Hannah Wolcott says that when it comes to driving being tired isn't too different from being intoxicated driving as if you've been drinking alcohol, so it can lead to car crashes, and you know, putting yourself at other jeopardy. Nancy says the recent time change could make this problem worse for many drivers as it gets darker earlier. We all sort of naturally get weepy so rule number one. Do your absolute best to get enough sleep. But if you do find yourself driving tired exit the freeway in respiratory minutes, if you need to before continuing back on your way, just making sure that we all. A good night's rest. Hopefully, beginning, I'll say Keith men Coney KCBS. Tesla CEO Elon Musk says he has walked the full length of the tunnel that his company has done beneath the city of Los Angeles. In a tweet must call the tunnel. Quote, disturbingly long end, quote, it's actually about two miles long starting on the headquarters. Property of SpaceX musk says a tunnel is on track for opening December tenth and free rides for the public will start the very next day. The tunnel has basically a test bed for a concept mask and his boring company hoped to build in a number of places allowing commuters and their cars to be whisked beneath city streets to avoid congestion. Other study shows men still aren't getting the message when it comes to protecting themselves from skin cancer details from CBS's Vicki Barker. The researchers say skin cancer deaths. Among men have soared in wealthy nations, while mortality rates among women are rising more slowly or even declining in some places lead author Dorothy Yang of London's Royal free hospital. There is some evidence from several studies suggest that men possibly don't protect your skin as well as women do more than ninety percent of melanoma cancers are caused by overexposure to the sun making it one of the most preventable of cancers. Something more men need to take on board. Vicki Barker CBS news now.

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"royal free hospital" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"royal free hospital" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Dozens of business leaders from Fort Worth spent this beginning Kansas City to compare notes. The Fort Worth chamber of commerce says Kansas City, Missouri, and Kansas City, Kansas work together. A lot like Dallas in Fort Worth do the chambers. Brandon Gingell box says Dallas and Fort Worth have a friendly rivalry. But the cities are partners for economic development when we talk about the competitive advantages that we have it is the Dallas Fort Worth airport. It is Dallas and the surrounding cities that we are. So we're very much focused on the regional peace is helping to fuel forest growth about fifty leaders. From Fort Worth went to Kansas City this weekend. They say Kansas City has a similar program like read Ford worth which aims to get. Every third grader reading on a great on grade level by twenty twenty-five. They're also looking at how Kansas City is trying to become a hub for small businesses study has found an increase in skin cancer deaths in wealthier nations, especially among men. The majority of developed nations mortality trends have increased over Arthur D R observation period for males for females. However, the trends in different countries have been more variable Dorothy Yang at the Royal free hospital in London is one of the co authors of the study there is some evidence from several studies that suggest that men possibly don't protect your skin as well as women do overseas. The Brits are marking the one hundredth anniversary of the end of World War One in a moving ceremony at one of the country's most famous landmarks. Vicki Barker in London for four hours every evening. The beefeaters who patrol the tower of London all veterans themselves are liking ten thousand torches as buglers played the last post from the ramparts the commemorations will continue nightly until November eleventh one hundred years to the day after the guns fell silent in what was called at the time. The war to end all wars. That is CBS correspondent Vicki Barker for the young man from Australia has died. Eight years after he was left paralyzed after he ate a garden slug on a dare. Sam Ballard was just nineteen when he ate the slug a few days later, he complained about a sharp pain in his legs. They went to the doctor and then lapsed into a coma that lasted fourteen months. Doctors determined that he'd been infected with the parasite called rat lungworm which resulted in an infection his brain get meningitis, basically that when he came out of his coma. He couldn't walk was confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. Suffering frequent seizures Sam Ballard is twenty eight years old when he passed away this weekend. Eight fifty four time to check on your money. Here's David Johnson. I like followed that. Yeah. It's getting better. Well over twice as many stocks were up his dad, the now's up ninety six points right now, the SBA average is up five and a half. Well, let's get very better for everybody except the FANG stocks the mass tax down forty eight. There's a real concern about apple in cutting back on our orders for some of the phones that evidently arts selling several downgrades and the stock stab five dollars and eighty two cents. So that actually is taking its toll not only on the NASDAQ. But it is inhibiting about probably thirty five points or so for the industrials average Amazon continues its slide down thirty five dollars a share Google's down seventeen net. Flicks. Data and a half crudes ahead. Forty eight cents. Gold is up twenty cents. Teddy rates data a little bit just below two point one nine percent, locally del friscos announcing that they have postponed. Their earnings report is supposed to come this morning. We have postponed a couple of weeks. And the stocks that have nine percent on sixty five cents and six dollars thirty five cents on that news right now. The industrials average is up ninety six points. David Johnson, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. David..

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"royal free hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"royal free hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Election could not be more clear Democrats, produce mobs, Republicans produce jobs seven in ten respondents. And the CBS news battleground tracker poll say the president is inspiring their vote either for him or against him. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, Washington. Stop in Missouri. The president wants to tip the tight Senate race between democratic incumbent Claire mccaskill and state attorney general Josh Hawley CBS's dean Reynolds from Springfield Kaskel. Who is sixty five years old has out raised Hawley four to one. And yet the race. Here is basically a dead key. President Trump tweeting this past half hour that no matter what she says mccaskill will always vote against Republicans secretary of state, Mike Pompeo has just outlined renewed sanctions on Iran reimposing all sanctions that were previously lifted under the nuclear deal. This includes sanctions on Energie, banking shipping and shipbuilding industries. Temporary waivers have been granted to eight countries including China, India, South Korea and Turkey, Iranian president Hassan. Ruini is calling for punishment against the US neighbors in Litchfield park. Arizona are stunned over the murder of a sixty five year old grandmother her killer. Hurry. Seven year old grandson, a nice neighborhood is fairly quiet. So tragic tragic thing police say the boy shot Yvonne Woodward after she and her husband told him to clean up his room. They say the boy then shot and killed himself. A new study shows men still aren't getting the message when it comes to protecting themselves from skin cancer live to CBS. Vicki Barker, the researchers say skin cancer deaths. Among men have soared in wealthy nations, while mortality rates among women are rising more slowly or even declining in some places lead author Dorothy Yang of London's Royal free hospital. There is some evidence from several studies that suggest that many possibly don't protect your skin as well as women do more than ninety percent of melanoma cancers are caused by overexposure to the sun making it one of the most preventable of cancers. Something more men need to take on board. Deborah s and p futures are up one. This is CBS news. To experience relief. From muscle cramps in your legs and feet, use theraworx relief fast acting foam get theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at your local pharmacy or theraworxrelief dot com..

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"royal free hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"royal free hospital" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"I'm Deborah Rodriguez. President Trump is campaigning down to the wire ahead of tomorrow's midterms. Correspondent Steven Portnoy says he's covering eight states and five days in hopes of retaining GOP control of the house and Senate the president holds his final midterm rallies today in Ohio, Indiana, and Missouri is campaign says Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh will appear with him tonight. It Limbaugh's hometown of Cape Girardeau. Mr. Trump told a crowd in Tennessee last night. The contrast of this election could not be more clear, Democrats, produce mobs, Republicans produce jobs, seven and ten respondents. And the CBS news battleground tracker poll say the president is inspiring their vote either for him or against him. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, Washington. Stop in Missouri. The president wants to tip the tight Senate race between. Democratic incumbent Claire mccaskill and state attorney general Josh Hawley CBS's dean Reynolds from Springfield Kaskel. Who is sixty five years old has outraged Hawley four to one and yet the race here is basically a dead. He President Trump tweeting this past half hour that no matter what she says mccaskill will always vote against Republicans secretary of state, Mike Pompeo has just outlined renewed sanctions on Iran reimposing all sanctions that were previously lifted under the nuclear deal. This includes sanctions on Energie banking shipping and shipbuilding industries has temporary waivers have been granted to eight countries including China, India, South Korea and Turkey, Iranian president Hassan. Ruini is calling for punishment against the US neighbors in Litchfield park. Arizona are stunned over the murder of a sixty five year old grandmother her killer. Her eleven year old grandson nice neighborhood is fairly quiet is just so tragic tragic. Police say the boy shot Yvonne would. Edward after she and her husband told him to clean up his room. They say the boy then shot and killed himself. A new study shows men still aren't getting the message when it comes to protecting themselves from skin cancer live to CBS's. Vicki Barker, the researchers say skin cancer deaths. Among men have soared in wealthy nations, while mortality rates among women are rising more slowly or even declining in some places lead author Dorothy Yang of London's Royal free hospital. There is some evidence from several studies that suggest that many possibly don't protect your skin as well as women do more than ninety percent of melanoma cancers are caused by overexposure to the sun making it one of the most preventable of cancers. Something more men need to take on board. Deborah, SNP futures are up.

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"royal free hospital" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"royal free hospital" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"News. These CBS news on the hour sponsored by zoom conferencing. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. President Trump is campaigning down to the wire ahead of tomorrow's midterms. Correspondent Steven Portnoy says he's covering eight states in five days in hopes of retaining GOP control of the house and Senate. The president holds his final midterm rallies today in Ohio, Indiana, and Missouri. His campaign says Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh will appear with him tonight. It Limbaugh's hometown of Cape Girardeau. Mr. Trump told a crowd in Tennessee last night. The contrast of this election could not be more clear Democrats, produce mobs, Republicans produce jobs seven in ten respondents in the CBS news. Battleground tracker poll say the president is inspiring their vote either for him or against him. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, Washington, you stop, Missouri. The president wants to tip the tight Senate race between democratic incumbent Claire mccaskill and state attorney general Josh Hawley CBS's dean Reynolds from Springfield. Who is sixty five years old has outraged. Holly four to one and yet the race here is basically a dead. She President Trump tweeting this past half hour that no matter what she says mccaskill will always vote against Republicans secretary of state, Mike Pompeo has just outlined renewed sanctions on Iran reimposing all sanctions that were previously lifted under the nuclear deal. This includes sanctions on Energie banking shipping and shipbuilding industries has temporary waivers have been granted to eight countries including China, India, South Korea and Turkey, Iranian president Hassan. Ruini is calling for punishment against the US neighbors in Litchfield park. Arizona are stunned over the murder of a sixty five year old grandmother her killer her eleven year. Old grandson nice neighborhood is fairly quiet. This is so tragic tragic police say the boy shot Yvonne Woodward after she and her husband told him to clean up his room. They say the boy then shot and killed himself. A new study shows men still aren't getting the message when it comes to protecting themselves from skin cancer live to CBS's. Vicki Barker, the researchers say skin cancer deaths. Among men have soared in wealthy nations, while mortality rates among women are rising more slowly or even declining in some places lead author Dorothy Yang of London's Royal free hospital. There is some evidence from several studies that suggest that men possibly don't protect your skin as well as women do more than ninety percent of melanoma cancers are caused by overexposure to the sun making it one of the most preventable of cancers. Something more men need to take on board. Deborah s and p futures are up.

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"royal free hospital" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"royal free hospital" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"CBS news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. President Trump is campaigning down to the wire ahead of tomorrow's midterms. Correspondent Steven Portnoy says he's covering eight states and five days in hopes of retaining GOP control of the house and Senate the president holds his final midterm rallies today in Ohio, Indiana, and Missouri is campaign says Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh will appear with him tonight. It Limbaugh's hometown of Cape Girardeau. Mr. Trump told a crowd in Tennessee last night. The contrast in this election could not be more clear Democrats, produce mobs, Republicans produce jobs, seven in ten respondents in the news battleground tracker poll say the president is inspiring their vote either for him or against him. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, Washington. Stop in Missouri. The president wants to tip the tight Senate race. Between democratic incumbent Claire mccaskill and state attorney general Josh Holly CBS's dean Reynolds from Springfield Kaskel. Who is sixty five years old has out raised Hawley four to one. And yet the race here is basically a dead. He President Trump tweeting this past half hour that no matter what she says mccaskill will always vote against Republicans secretary of state, Mike Pompeo has just outlined renewed sanctions on Iran reimposing all sanctions that were previously lifted under the nuclear deal. This includes sanctions on Energie banking shipping and shipbuilding industries has temporary waivers have been granted to eight countries including China, India, South Korea and Turkey, Iranian president Hassan. Ruini is calling for punishment against the US neighbors in Litchfield park. Arizona are stunned over the murder of a sixty five year old grandmother her killer. Her eleven year old grandson neighborhood is fairly quiet. This is so tragic tragic thing police say the boy shot. Von Woodward after she and her husband told him to clean up his room. They say the boy then shot and killed himself. A new study shows men still aren't getting the message when it comes to protecting themselves from skin cancer live to CBS. Vicki Barker, the researchers say skin cancer deaths. Among men have soared in wealthy nations, while mortality rates among women are rising more slowly or even declining in some places lead author Dr Yang of London's Royal free hospital. There is some evidence from several studies that suggest that men possibly don't protect your skin as well as women do more than ninety percent of melanoma cancers are caused by overexposure to the sun making it one of the most preventable of cancers. Something more men need to take on board..

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"royal free hospital" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"royal free hospital" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"This election could not be more clear Democrats, produce mobs Republicans produce job seven in ten respondents in the CBS news. Battleground tracker poll say the president is inspiring their vote either for him or against him. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, Washington. Stop in Missouri. The president wants to tip the tight Senate race between democratic incumbent Claire mccaskill and state attorney general Josh Holly CBS's dean Reynolds from Springfield Kaskel. Who is sixty five years old has outraged Hawley four to one and yet the race here is basically a dead heat. President Trump tweeting this past half hour that no matter what she says mccaskill will. Always vote against Republicans secretary of state, Mike Pompeo has just outlined renewed sanctions on Iran reimposing all sanctions that were previously lifted under the nuclear deal. This includes sanctions on Energie banking shipping and shipbuilding industry has temporary waivers have been granted to eight countries including China, India, South Korea and Turkey. Iran. President Hassan Ruini is calling for punishment against the US neighbors in Litchfield park. Arizona are stunned over the murder of a sixty five year old grandmother her killer. Her eleven year old grandson nice neighborhood is fairly quiet. This is so tragic tragic thing police say the boy shot Yvonne Woodward after she and her husband told him to clean up his room. They say the boy then shot and killed himself. A new study shows men still aren't getting the message when it comes to protecting themselves from skin cancer live to CBS's. Vicki barker. The researchers say skin cancer deaths among men have soared in wealthy nations, while mortality rates among women are rising more, slowly or even. Declining in some places lead author Dorothy Yang of London's Royal free hospital. There is some evidence from several studies that suggest that men possibly don't protect your skin as well as women do more than ninety percent of melanoma cancers are caused by overexposure to the sun making it one of the most preventable of cancers. Something more men need to take on board. Deborah s and p futures are up one. This is CBS news. To experience relief. From muscle cramps in your legs and feet, use theraworx relief fast acting foam get their works relief today in the pain relief file at your local pharmacy or theraworxrelief dot com. More.

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"royal free hospital" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"royal free hospital" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"CBS news on the hour. Sponsored by Dell small business, I'm Deborah Rodriguez. President Trump is campaigning down to the wire ahead of tomorrow's midterms. Correspondent Steven Portnoy says he's covering eight states and five days in hopes of retaining GOP control of the house and Senate. The president holds his final midterm rallies today in Ohio, Indiana, and Missouri is campaign says Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh will appear with him tonight. It Limbaugh's hometown of Cape Girardeau. Mr. Trump told a crowd in Tennessee last night. The contrast in this election could not be more clear Democrats, produce mobs, Republicans produce jobs seven in ten respondents in the CBS news. Battleground tracker poll say the president is inspiring their vote either for him or against him. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, Washington. Stop in Missouri. The president wants to tip the tight Senate race between democratic incumbent Claire mccaskill and state attorney general Josh Holly CBS's dean Reynolds from Springfield Kaskel. Who is sixty five years old has outraged. Holly four to one and yet the race here is basically a dead. He President Trump tweeting this past half hour that no matter what she says mccaskill will. Always vote against Republicans secretary of state, Mike Pompeo has just outlined renewed sanctions on Iran reimposing all sanctions that were previously lifted under the nuclear deal. This includes sanctions on Energie banking shipping and shipbuilding industries as temporary waivers have been granted to eight countries including China, India, South Korea and Turkey, Iranian president Hassan. Ruini is calling for punishment against the US neighbors in Litchfield park. Arizona are stunned over the murder of a sixty five year old grandmother her killer. Her eleven year old grandson is a nice neighborhood is fairly quiet is just a tragic tragic thing police say the boy shot Yvonne Woodward after she and her husband told him to clean up his room. I say the boy then shot and killed himself. A new study shows men still aren't getting the message when it comes to protecting themselves from skin cancer live to CBS's. Vicki barker. The researchers say skin cancer deaths. Among men have soared in wealthy nations wild mortality rates among women are rising more, slowly or even. Climbing in some places lead author Dorothy Yang of London's Royal free hospital. There is some evidence from several studies that suggest that men possibly don't protect your skin as well as women do more than ninety percent of melanoma cancers are caused by overexposure to the sun making it one of the most preventable of cancers. Something more men need to take on board. Deborah s and p futures are up one. This is CBS news. Dell's small business technology advisors. No, there's nothing small about your business. They provide one on one partnership and reliable Dell PC's with Intel core processors to get business done. Call eight seven seven by Dell..

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"royal free hospital" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"royal free hospital" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Rodriguez. President Trump is campaigning down to the wire ahead of tomorrow's midterms. Correspondent Steven Portnoy says he's covering eight states and five days in hopes of retaining GOP control of the house and Senate. The president holds his final midterm rallies today in Ohio, Indiana, and Missouri is campaign says Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh will appear with him tonight. It Limbaugh's hometown of Cape Girardeau. Mr. Trump told a crowd in Tennessee last night. The contrast of this election could not be more clear Democrats, produce mobs, Republicans produce jobs seven in ten respondents in the CBS news. Battleground tracker poll say the president is inspiring their vote either for him or against him. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, Washington. Stop in Missouri. The president wants to tip the tight Senate race between democratic incumbent Claire mccaskill and state attorney general Josh Hawley CBS's dean Reynolds from Springfield Castrol. Who is sixty five years old has outraged Hawley four to one and yet the race here is basically a dead. He President Trump tweeting this past half hour that no matter what she says mccaskill will. Always vote against Republicans secretary of state, Mike Pompeo has just outlined renewed sanctions on Iran reimposing all sanctions that were previously lifted under the nuclear deal. This includes sanctions on energy, banking shipping and shipbuilding industry. Says temporary waivers have been granted to eight countries including China, India, South Korea and Turkey, Iranian president Hassan. Ruini is calling for punishment against the US neighbors in Litchfield park. Arizona are stunned over the murder of a sixty five year old grandmother her killer. Her eleven year old grandson nice neighborhood is fairly quiet is so tragic tragic. Police say the boy shot Yvonne Woodward after she and her husband told him to clean up his room. They say the boy then shot and killed himself. A new study shows men still aren't getting a message when it comes to protecting themselves from skin cancer live to CBS's. Vicki Barker, the researchers say skin cancer deaths among men have soared in wealthy nations, while mortality rates among women are rising more, slowly or even. Climbing in some places lead author Dorothy Yang of London's Royal free hospital. There is some evidence from several studies that suggest that men possibly don't protect your skin as well as women do more than ninety percent of melanoma cancers are caused by overexposure to the sun making it one of the most preventable of cancers. Something more men need to take on board. Deborah s.

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"royal free hospital" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"royal free hospital" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

"Hello and welcome back to Romania as we celebrate the first step in the Brexit as crusaders back to the good old days with all the European Union landrover Jack, you're on the three day week. They had to be applying to close many for a month at the end of March can powerful fried spam shelf bikes, white dog puja far behind my name's Harrison. I'm your host today. It's a special show because we are welcoming apron, new regular to remain ex. She's a comedian actress, obsessive remain Accu premiered heroin, Brexit inspired, show speech in the next election. The end speech at last year's Edinburgh festival. She was born in Germany, so she's very much and hunt camp when it comes to freedom of movement for EU citizens and after legendary appearances as Osco doctor who we are still unsure if she's on us, which he refuses to reveal. I love all that will come to the show. V. here Palumbo, please, dental and Yugo start with bullying. That's yes. Yes. Have you joining the a fulltime regularly ready to commit full-time g frontline ING? What's I've been doing it for us in my dressing gown. My still didn't company. Well, we because we vet our panel very carefully. We've been monitoring Twitter, feed, joined the roll up to your debut. Brexit is degenerating into a game of Russian dolls, Goldman's Brexit Plum torpedo by small factions within party those factions Brexit plans torpedoed by even small factions at the end. We'll be left with the very tiny rees-mogg wearing Bouche kid. Gee, whiz. We supposed one very useful retweets any government with the necessary competence to deliver Brexit wouldn't. That's that for me, sums up in nugget. Have you been impressed with the negotiating pro essence? You were guests on the show in the summer? Well, since I was, I think we've had check his and the exodus of cabinets and the appointment of Dominic Robb who he, he asked us to excuse his, his lack of laser like focus on the on the on the detail. So yes, but impressed. I've been reading about Xtreme sweating this in before the camera, sweat don't lie. Also with us is an dont editor of politics, dot co dot UK. I met my new see on the daily newspaper reviews with his head in his hands. Hello, Ian, how you doing? Hello? Very well. Did you enjoy remaining alive last week? Parts of all? Pinal. Really lucky when we go that he'd come from Sweden for the show. Yeah, that was amazing. Lovely. That thing was just on testing tackle of his family in Birmingham. After you say crews, like did I. All right. Yeah, that doesn't sound. Citing show, particularly say making you explain how you'll personal heroes would have dealt with Brexit Alex Jones from Star Trek. Now with Charles Kennedy, which is very moving, it wasn't. It was touching islands. Dorian shows, Giorgio will obviously, and you have John Stuart mill. We'll try to stay go Dory and took it. He's dibs on since he started writing Ziff, rushing a book about something should be. Terrible. It was particularly good audience questions. Also, particularly hall breaking for women of German heritage, asking Alex Greek, you know, why should people like staying supply was when I'm not going to this goes through it was really good thing where I mean, you're thinking entirely auditory, right? No, I just the idea that this whole stupid prices result in people actually saying salt, this is incredibly well back and done. Kim, everyone pretty room and me and my wife. We both work at the Royal free hospital and we're leaving tomorrow to Germany, whatever. And it was like it was almost this moment where like the people in the public, did you pay them to come say this? It was perfect and kept today's thing, but it was real. It was legit and you do see over and over when you do events that people who have from Europe, they're not waiting system is it's more general sensitive if the country is gonna, stop behaving like I am a problem. Why in the.

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"royal free hospital" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"royal free hospital" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Going to help us inside out it really is going to revolutionise your body can find he's been doing this on on television you know it's such an interesting story because dr moseley win two he was trained to be a doctor at the royal free hospital in london and then he joined the bbc where he's become a wellknown television presenter he still doing that the new book is out it's called a clever gut diet cut sugar cravings boost your immune system lose weight naturally and that's what we want and welcome back okay so let's get right to it we only have a few moments with you on this show dr and it's always a pleasure so thank you very not really great rebagged what's the deal with all of the crap that were eating hit let's just cut right true abc who had a very good question the biggest problem is the fact that uh we do have down in our gut gutted by twenty feet long and i cooly clever got because he joined with brain cells in bed with many brain felt on in you got as you would find in the head of the cat and you brain talk to your main brave tool kid gut brain and vice versa and those kind of why we have these expressions like you know oh i'm going with my gut why he's got to be a brain but would have been increasing thing is that down there who like two to three pound the microbe rabat twenty putting in a fail him to be put down in you got through the equivalent of a way for a whole vibrant community of different high little creatures and until recently we had no idea what they were doing and now we understand we will come with them how important they are and appropriate to the they will y own being paid by wall we put in our mouths of what we can bring war either leftover we what makes it way through the previous 18 of intestine uh that is war they live on koa so beautifully if you'd be looking back via antibiotic that will have a pretty profound effect on them who down there among those files from different basically throw also one wage or cool by phone pace the.

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