24 Burst results for "Saination"

CDC Director Rochelle Walensky Warns of 'Avoidable Surge' in Covid Cases

NPR News Now

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

CDC Director Rochelle Walensky Warns of 'Avoidable Surge' in Covid Cases

"Team has just issued. Its latest assessment of the covid nineteen outbreak in the united states. The number of deaths slightly down but new cases have ticked up. Dr rochelle will end ski head of the c. d. c. again warned that now is not the time to stop using masks and social distancing. We are critical point in this pandemic of fork in the road where we as a country must decide which path we are going to take. We must act now. And i am worried that if we don't take the right actions now we will have another avoidable surge just as we are seeing in europe right now and just as we are so aggressively scaling back. Saination linski says.

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Discussing The Position Statement from The National Lymphedema Network on COVID-19 Vaccine Sites

Lymphedema Podcast

03:13 min | 4 months ago

Discussing The Position Statement from The National Lymphedema Network on COVID-19 Vaccine Sites

"How did you guys come about finding your position. Who were the experts. That kinda helped guide this statement. Well you know. I need for is what we feel very strongly. Is i think you to advocate for those patients who really don't have advocates for them right in the sense that like you know this. Is this the example. That i gave in our first weapon or of the month And basically imagine that we have a million people who had no dissection in both aren't in both armpits on the right and the left and so now you know they are fortunate enough to be receiving the is saination. And let's just say. There is a ninety nine percent chance that you know. The patients will not develop dima so there's one percent left right but that one percent of a million is ten thousand people. So it's like who's going to advocate for that ten tenth out for those ten thousand people and you know and and the thing is it's just a matter of conservative course of action prudent care so there is not much more of a difference in terms of an injection in arm or the lake. So i think that one of the concerns in the healthcare community is that it's just not team to to offer an injection in the arm in the leg by in terms of you know skill a it doesn't take any more Skill really to put the injection just about two feet lower than you know we are normally given in the arm and so basically our position is it just came about from you know just knowing that there are two main things from the injection rate. We know for sure that well publicized side effect is increased squally and live not enlargement right and so we know that with increased swelling and you know known enlargement. There is a higher risk for developing email. Because you're creating such a higher lymphatic burden and so that's one thing. The second thing we know about is that there are is a big concern. In terms of mimic game You know positive mammographies and breast cancer. Scans so so really. We just want to make sure that we argued for beaches where they won't develop a higher olympic risk and where they won't necessarily have to go through the concern of thinking that potentially they have a positive can if it just so happens that their skin is within this timeframe soon after their code injections and so it's just prudent course of action really that is guiding us and we just wanna make sure that we you know do what is in the best interest of our patients

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Vials and tribulations: the EUs vaccine push

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:29 min | 6 months ago

Vials and tribulations: the EUs vaccine push

"The likes of. America and britain are racing ahead with vaccine programs. Most of the twenty-seven member states of the european union have barely left the starting blocks by last week the you had vaccinated one point four percent of its population. in britain. It was seven percent in america. Five and after that sluggish start the block. Looks like it'll be further hampered by cut to supply astrazeneca and pfizer biontech of both said production problems go preclude them from meeting. The expected numbers the eu says. It will tighten export controls and threatening legal action. The president of the european commission ursula von der lion urged the companies to meet their promises invested billions to help develop the world's first covid nineteen vaccines to create a truly global common. Good and now the companies must deliver. They must honor. The obligations. Astrazeneca has defended its efforts partly blaming the eu for delays in signing the contract the eu for its part hasn't yet approved the astrazeneca vaccine. That's expected to happen on friday a month. Behind britain the european commission had set a goal of inoculating seventy percent of europe's adults by the summer. It's a target that looks increasingly unlikely. I think the best way to describe how europe is progressing with the fact. Saination program is radically sophie. Petr is our paris bureau chief. Each european country has delegated all the buying the distribution of vaccines and the authorization for them to european authorities which means that each country ought to be at the same point. But if you actually look at what's happening on the ground that's not. The case is a very patchy pitcher. Then why is that. When you're dealing with twenty seven different health systems and health is something that is not managed at european level it manage country each of those systems different. They tend to be quite centralized. In some cases you take france be good example or centralized as in germany and each system has its benefits in some cases during the early months of the pandemic last year. It was actually thought to helped. Germany's have such a decentralized system. But now germany's steams be finding it difficult to get out the vaccine like disadvantage so it really is this patchwork of different health systems and different campaigns that i think explains the differences across the continent

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Behind the Assassination of Yitzhak Rabin

People of the Pod

13:46 min | 1 year ago

Behind the Assassination of Yitzhak Rabin

"The nineteen ninety five assassination of prime minister. Yitzhak Rabin was a cataclysmic event in Israeli history it was the first nail in the coffin of the peace movement that Rabin himself had helped birth Israeli security forces had always. He's assumed that threats to the prime minister would come from Israel's foreign enemies like Iran or Syria or from Palestinians. The the idea that a Jewish person would murder. The prime minister was inconceivable. Almost until the moment that Yigal Amir pulled the trigger. I'm your was then a twenty five year old law student at Bar Ilan University and he decided to throw his promising life away in order to kill a prime minister stor who he feared was ruining Israel by contemplating giving land to Palestinians now twenty five years later Israeli filmmaker. Tehran Silberman has created a moving thrilling dramatic recreation of those awful days leading up to the assassination with his film. Incitement incitement won the twenty nineteen. Oh Fear Prize for best picture. Israel's equivalent of the Academy Awards and is now playing in limited release here in the United States. Your own joins us now to talk about the movie and share his perspective on the State of politics and extremism in Israel. You're on thank you so much for joining us my pleasure. Thank you say now before we dive in. I just want to tell you when I found out that this interview is a possibility. I decided decided I would go and see the show and I went with my best friend last week. Alex and I went. We saw the movie. It was beautiful it was haunting it was powerful and then my sister Mr. My older sister found out that I had gone and she was furious at me. I said I don't understand why you would go. You wouldn't tell me okay fine. She has a point I get it and she says don't worry about it. I'll go with a friend and so she goes to the movie on Saturday night and I get this tax from her movies about to start but look who's sitting like to rose rose up and it's a picture of President Bill Clinton and Secretary Hillary Clinton preparing to enjoy the film. And then I found out that Bill Clinton spoke afterwards words and so she doesn't get to be mad anymore. That's like you will your own like I said you've made a beautiful haunting powerful powerful film and I hope our listeners will seek it out in their home cities. We're not going to spoil anything about the movie because it hues very very closely to real world events but I wanted to dive deep into some of the choices that you made when you were creating and I want to start with the name of the movie which in English is incitement and in Hebrew Hebrew is Yamile Neuro team which refers to its base. And that's basically the Hebrew way of saying high holidays like Russia on Yom Kippur but literally it means those awful days and I was wondering what went into those two names of the movie. Okay so I. I met title that I gave the movie. Career Group humanoid him the reason being because yeah. It's a double play. A on those dates were really really terrible. Days for spectrums of political ideas and all sectors of the Israeli society. Such as you know you have the bombs on one hand the explosions and you have of course this nation nations which is a terrible traumatic events. So these were horrible days at the same time as you said rightfully so that it's the holidays elites which means these days. And they all four days of atonement days of soul-searching days of asking for forgiveness. And and I think the movie is also so much about that making you know for the society and all about their involved in all over the world metairie worth SOC- nation deal society under in extreme tension that the violence erupts. It's about soul-searching would do wrong. We have stopped it and does does. Of course we're involved in actual actions that led to the events. So that's why you had the other meaning. That was so important in English. Rush there is no double meaning to these words translation so anti choose and you want and I thought about you know what would be the right one and I wanted something again will encompass an important issue because I find this nation to ignite something very important discourse important conversation within society especially especially these days and all over the world and I felt incitement captured that essence of you know at the end of the day that for the film rights to show how the you know working of that and how hopefully in the future will be better citizens and now the movie follows Eagle Amir Era Rabin's assassin in the year or so leading up to the murder. Although it doesn't actually reveal the name of the character of the murder I think e Gol Amir's name is I said probably ten or twenty minutes into the film but it shows his romantic challenges. It shows the Anti Mizraki racism. That he he faced as a Yemenite Israeli. It shows his tough ideological mother in some respects. It seems to indicate that he was incited not only by politicians and by rabbis but also by his circumstances and one thing that I was wondering is whether the movie is too sympathetic toward him. Well it's got the door because at the end of the day saination and them and somebody who kills a prime minister that was pushing for peace peace between the two people that were in the whole styling Stephen Hall style relationships and therefore somebody who kills somebody and fight for peace. I think has to be a you know not somebody at the end of the day that you root for or for him at or however hey I I did want to tell a true story on his story about that person. I mean not about him. The stories about robbings summation but through the eyes of the fifth. And why. Don't you describe guessing. On a psychological level psychological thriller genre that they see. This movie belongs to then you have to tell all sides and these aside we then I discovered during the research so I want to tell the story in more rounded way so that we can look you you know into the eyes of their be as we say and get as much insight out of the story that you know that truthfulness will will bring about. So that's why I went with all the ways the first to say. Oh I'm not going to be a girlfriend that they were you know going through a journey tour getting married. You know because if I'm not telling that I'm not showing one asking. Do you know how this relationship ended. And I'M NOT GONNA say for not to sport it that there is a wave rape and and that has to do his temperament after and behavior also right. It affects him complete. I have to be both on otherwise wants to be here. So much of the drama in the movie comes from these small moments between Amir and his girlfriend between Amir and his mother or especially between when his father. How much of those quiet dialogues with his personal dialogues? Were you able to reconstruct based on interviews and research as opposed to you know. What did you kind? You have to simply imagine where leads the nation because the events themselves are oil based on research and words and auster researching for several years reading everything that he had to say that the setting Corp investigation in the national inquiry. I gotTA handles awake. Speaks speaks and logic and demeanor and I use debt extended that into these particular conversation. I was present but all these answers all the dot. Hello he's actually part of language and large so the answer is the combination rabbi's in many ways are some of the bad guys of the film and Rabbinic texts these kind of fundamental rabbinic texts. That underpins so much of Judaism today are shown as like these Arcane Arcane manuscripts that give a mere kind of pseudo moral backing my monetize the Rambam he turns to him in order to justify killing killing robbing. And it's true that extremists often find support in fundamentalist interpretations of Rabbinic tax of religious tax. Not only in Judaism and I and Islam and Christianity. I'm wondering what you think about that characterization and I'm also wondering if you think that the political left in Israel could benefit politically Kalihi from a greater fluency in those tax integrator embrace of a Jewish religion slanted more in their favor whether they could do that without compromising on those values and whether that might bolster the moral ground that they stand on okay so you you asked two questions and each one of them as you know many many answers but there are complex questions. But I'll try to address whatever it can within the time to have so first about read by you. Know I'd be definitely are already rabbis. Of course in Israel that would be a complete misleading. I'm showing rabbi. That are Meinie From the Herliman. You know The West Bank rabbis rabbis of settlements of leading settlements. And and I think that that proclaim the true story here and I'm not saying that everybody because that would be wrong of me but too many you know too many to inference nation. That was too many and yes. They use the scripture and there was a conversation about this book because Scripture Blight to robbing the nation and I think it was a huge mistake. Terrible mistake between cited for this nation. So I'm standing guided and yeah most showing Footage you know and you see what people say and it's only two single version but I wouldn't say the generalized that about all the religious population death not or read by that would be uncertain to say and wrong. So that's on that level but I do you know still still be a very very critical of many many rabbis that incited now and for your second question about whether the left should know more jails to know that many many figures the leading figures in the left on the left side of very well versed with religious scripture and everything thing religious. So it's not that they're not I I'll give you one example. She's norger like with with the booby. Shulamit Aloni name. She needs to be a prominent person and left founder of the Merits Party Foreign Minister of Education exactly and she thinks there and she says already in Austin boggles to massacre curse she goes on TV in the movie and see that the guy when she says that whoever listen carefully to the cold was poking on route shave our to the a settlement radio channel and wherever listen to you know we're rabbi said you did it was coming so she knew and she says she she referred to it because she knew that she knew and also if you stick store knowledge of religious scripture matters La La more thanks art is huge and deep. So it's not just a mess you know doesn't know they know going to help you in any way because I don't think that's viewed the argument. The argument liberal say that religious. Some tastic but that's individuals business and it should not affect the state uh-huh and also that these were is democratic Jewish state yes but democratic before everything else. That's what libro would say to you so I don't think there's an issue with the religion issue between left and religion. You're on let me just close with one final question. Incitements or habitat in. Hebrew has become a kind of buzzword in Israel today anytime any politician criticizes and other. It's hustle tides incitement. Whether they're coming from the left or the right you know you see you see the prime minister you see his opponents. Everyone is accusing everyone of inciting everyone else. What is this movie half to say about incitement extremism and the state of politics in Israel today? Well I think that the scores in many many cases you need sweat today on this level of politicians and also just leader etc crossed crossed a line where followers of the person that says that stuff. Could you know use particular words and inflict extreme violent one other person or group and I think that's where we are he's and you've seen time and again especially near elections near you know important events that happened politically. So Yeah I think we cross the line I think you see that also in the United States with Donald Trump and at the end of the day it's terrible and should be stopped but that doesn't you mean we can criticize in protest at all being critically super important for good citizenship and for society to progress and also You know again proteins. Issue's important tool of society as long as you do it without inciting to violence. That's the limit and I think that people cross the line urine. Thank you for making making this beautiful movie. Congratulations on the awards and on its run here in America and good luck on all your future endeavors. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. I appreciate this conversation patient.

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How Chelsea will line up vs Arsenal

ESPN FC

06:19 min | 1 year ago

How Chelsea will line up vs Arsenal

"Program affirming league matches over the next seventy two hours. Big Tomorrow Chelsea against also at Stamford Bridge. We focus on Chelsea because it really me has been quite a roller coaster. Franklin pod side over the last few weeks they just can't get any sort of consistency going. Frank Leboeuf let's start with view is a former Chelsea man. How concerned are you with that form of late? I'm not too much concern about the fact that Chelsea he has no consistency Because of what happened last summer the fight it couldn't get any a new player. Franklin pod with a young coach as many young players in the squad. And and of course you're going to find an experience in that in that matter and for me just normal to see after Boxing Day player need to digest the fact that they are to play too many. I need to many games in the short show. Timing so I'm not surprised. A little bit frustrated sometimes especially against Newcastle. They saw the game. And then you say Oh my God. Yeah Yeah they should have done better. Of course he can do better every time better but Nobody could have bet jussie could have been do know fourth Even in January five months ahead of bunches to united and some other clubs. So it's not that bad but consider that you have what joining you you can t willion as very experienced top world players. Otherwise very young gems mount police each Arab labral Doi and some and some other. So it's just normal to suggest strugging little bits at some point but but I think it's stealing from me a positive season and a good season from Franklin pollen the players. Well it depends. I suppose on how it all ends. Isn't it because as much as he's gone gone in good grace considering the start of the season. You're in a position now. Where Really Champions League has to be your goal considering as well? Let's go number on the uniting right and Spurs and also Latin mass which you talked about before you wouldn't talk four. I understand he's done well. But Cohen you need to get over the line. Yeah absolutely it's good to be an optimistic and rightly so but at the same time I think frank of all the manages a thing he'll be the straight one listen asking we're going to need it. A complete rebuild united as we said a way off and I think frank will be frustrated because the losses at the bridge the losses against West Ham Southampton bomber loss loss against Newcastle last week. It's Jones Park. This team could be sitting in second they could be well. Clear and nailed on fought for so frank will probably be for straight because Frank Atlanta's John about it'd be frustrated because you'll be looking what's behind him and it'd be thinking if inconsistent and all of a sudden if spurs or United Wolves can really really good run together we might be then endanger missing out on top four so that will be a real concern. I do happen to find some against at home so a little bit of a contradiction I know but awesome in great form under medical arts. Only one winning five. They look very flaky leaking goals of fun and I think this might be the ideal game for Chelsea. The last thing they would've would've needed was a was a tricky tie against someone that's going to sit in and that's why they've struggled. I need more goals from areas so I think this type again going to come at them actually might suit Chelsea going frank quickly. Yeah just one. To two done of course is frustrating and of course Franklin Paul can be an could have been better but again you know when when you see when we talked we can talk about mentioned saination and we did a lot of time in every shows that we do when you see us and as you said you know. Shrugging you can wonder you know if it's not something positive. Don't forget that Chelsea is still in the Champions League so it means a lot you know with the young and experienced players achieving. What Franken Capote's doing right now is something for me and I think we try to de mean what is doing and what the players doing? And we can't have too much into to team who does well overall doesn't know what is the biggest level. Yeah I think I agree the same time. When you look at the squad's that are going for the top? Four take take months in Liverpool at the equation Chelsea of the best squad. Another young still got in my opinion. The best squad at of all the big teams trying to get in the top four in you mentioned the goalkeeper who's not ungrateful got good defenders. James is a very promising play until you ruediger. That is one of the Best Senator Offs in my opinion the League. Then you go into midfield and we talk about Canton Coverage Georgina. They've got the talent in our no. Franks looking for someone. That's going to score them. Goals Dell's because Williams hasn't got too many to shine. That put a sixteen injured but the looking for more from Hudson adopt more from Pedro who hasn't started to many games so anno- is quite happy with is the front man that he's GonNa bring crust strike or of course but I know that he's looking from goals in a wide area pre in the studio call him Lampert. BFF Traffic Birth Frank. They were talking about we. We've gone too much time. Well I don't Care Chelsea we'll just stay on whether we can move the break then whether we sit here and talk show scar till the coast. Come home until I know the different because the transfer of Baden Lost Eden is odd. But Let let's. It's not cry about all that stuff. We're talking Solska with heads injuries and has job frontline. Pop cannot escape scrutiny. If Chelsea I self destruct and overtaken by this horrible united site or will or maybe even taught them lit run so he can't. We cannot judge and sit here even save source guys not necessarily as a Frank Lampard. Doesn't get them into four from the position. Then I'm afraid and he's going to have to come his way who wins tomorrow. Chelsea Elsie to catch up with more HISLOP's fascinating musings. You can catch all day podcast which is available on the website. Plenty of bonus material there as well

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DR Congo Ebola Clinic in North Kivu Attacked

The Takeaway

06:06 min | 2 years ago

DR Congo Ebola Clinic in North Kivu Attacked

"More than one thousand people have died from Ebola over the past ten months in the Democratic Republic of Congo health workers trying to contain the deadly disease are also under attack on Wednesday militia fighters killed at least eight people in the city of Tembo in the heart of the Bulla outbreak for the latest on how violence against health workers is complicating efforts to combat the disease. We now go to Tarek REBA. He's a field director at the International Rescue Committee, and is currently working on the bull response in the DRC. Welcome to the takeaway Tareq, thanks for having me was this latest attack related to A Bola. What what can you tell us about this attack? We've still gathering information on it that does seem to be some indications that it was once again linked directly to the abode response. But we don't have conclusive information. But yes, there's information pointing to that. What can you tell us about health workers and how they're being attacked right now. I think there's been sort of a gathering storm over several months now and been lots of accusations and rumors about certain activities such as back Saination where people feel that brother than helping them the vaccine may actually be sort of olitical ploy to inject them with A Bola that may be a little reasons for why this response is happening part of this is the cancelling of the election the national election, which was due in December and was held everywhere except in ten and Benny the areas directly affected by the response. And angered a lot of people who felt that they lost the right to vote because of a disease that they're not sure actually exists. How has the conflict in this area impacted efforts to contain Ebola requires a nuance dancer because actually was not necessary conflict area, but the wider area of North Kivu the province of North Korea where this outbreak is often. Of course has been for about twenty five years now. So there's a heavy presence of I'm groups what this does on a day to day basis is that obviously are operating an environment of insecurity and work in that sort of general sense of conflict, how quickly is the disease spreading, and what's the scale essentially of this outbreak right now at this point. This is the second largest outbreak in history. After the great west Africa at them from twenty fourteen fifteen in terms of the transmission rates had been some hope few months ago. But the last three or four months have seen continual increase daily renumber 's we've now had a record of twenty seven cage on a single day. But we've had a number of twenty plus days in the past weeks. We've always known that even when we reach those numbers. There's a lot of transmission that goes undetected. So even when we say twenty seven day that could have been far more cases possibly double as many. So that would put you out of very very high rate of transmission, it would also mean that we basically are complete the unable to to understand how that transmission is happening. And at those numbers, your it requires an enormous response both in terms of being able to detect those cases and being able to work with the communities so that they are transferred. So I think. In terms of level of alarm saw. No, one years bad as west Africa yet, but we should be very very alarmed about the situation right now, there is a vaccine that at least as being used on an investigative basis. Tell us about the vaccine and how successful it's been so far. So I think the vaccine we didn't have it in west Africa. I worked at IBM at the time. And I do think it has been a very useful tool. Especially in the initial months when we look at the one positive thing of this outbreak. It would be the geographic footprint, which has been relatively small all things considered and part of that could be attributed to the success of the vaccination in the in the beginning months of the outbreak. We've also had some recent studies that have come out of the vaccine about one hundred thousand doses have now been administered since the start of this outbreak in August. So we have quite a sample size. Now initial results are very positive positive possibly even more than we would have hoped for us on the one hand they show that those. That are vaccinated have a much lesser probability of contracting Bola. And Secondly in the second finding is more interesting and unexpected is that even for people that may have contracted bowl at the time of their survival rate goes up significantly, so there's a very positive findings. And now we need to make sure the community understands the benefits of axons action. Because recently, we have seen a number people refusing vaccination there a number that circulate around possible malicious intense behind the backs of nation, and that has caused a lot of people into area now to not want to be accented. Where's this infamous information coming from? I know the questions of room is very complicated. One we've been dealing with this this very much been politicized Asian around the rumors. So as mentioned, I think the election is one point clear contention that because this is a largely opposition held area. That may be for example. Uil a intent against those people for being positioned supporters. So a lot of those rumors come from there. And I do think we didn't do a good job of tackling them. And we need to improve in our community engagement in terms of working with communities in dispelling, the rumors and being very transparent and being very clear not messaging where do you see the bullet crisis headed after this? I think there's a reason for pessimism at the moment. The number of targeted incidents in the Tampa area has made it almost impossible to work. We're trying to resume and now we have renewed incident again, which is base. So I think for number of us. It's very difficult to see how things can move forward

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U.S. measles outbreak triggers quarantine at two Los Angeles universities

The KFBK Morning News

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. measles outbreak triggers quarantine at two Los Angeles universities

"Kaye concern over a measles outbreak is resulting in quarantines for hundreds at two Los Angeles. Universities health officials say more than one hundred students and faculty members are on quarantine at UCLA in Cal State LA until medical records can verify whether or not they need back. Saination? One of the measles cases involved the UCLA student who may have exposed people to measles on campus this month. That's student also visited a library at Cal State LA. Los Angeles County has declared a measles outbreak with five confirmed

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"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Your cat kind of live together to help you make choices. So that is an excellent point. Do we have any guidelines that all veterinarians should consider about what backs nations to recommend to their clients? Absolutely. There. Some really well respected guidelines that are out there. They're freely available. So certainly stoop clients can definitely go on. And also take a look, but if you wanna practitioners group, the F P has got a series of guidelines specific to cats, and then there's also a group called west Sava, which has information that is also. About cats and vaccine recommendations, and I think something that's also really important to touch on is people. I think sometimes feel my cat doesn't go outside. Therefore, it's not likely to have any contact with some of these scary diseases that we talk about I'm one thing that's important to recognizes that many of these different types of viruses. Specifically that we talk about with cats can actually live in the environment, including on our own clothing or hands for an extended period of time for for instance, the disease you mentioned pan leucopenia, which frightens all of us has veterinarians our cat owners can live for weeks or months in the environment. I had a very personal encounter with pan. Leucopenia? I feel very strongly about vaccinating because I adopted a rescue kitten who had not had any vaccines, and he was here at my animal hospital waiting to be cared for and kind of stayed up in my office and a lady rushed in the door with a sick and dying strike hit. And she had found. And to make a long story short. I rushed to the aid of the kitten. And I wasn't really thinking about my own kitten and I- infected my kitten, and he did not survive. So it was a very hard lesson for me to learn about that. I'm sorry. The that's those are horrible experiences. And and we all have them, and hopefully we can use that information again to help educate our clients have a ways of protecting their pets. So I'm gonna haul out the elephant in the room because it is an issue. And I'm I'm almost sure my listeners know about it. And when I hear about it, what about vaccines and cancers short. That's a great question and one that really anyone that has been working on cats that has cats definitely it's received a lot of attention over the last couple of decades. And it's an important issue to try and understand. And so there are what are called sarcomas that seem to be occurring or have occurred where injections. Have have occurred where have been placed, and so that was can be vaccines. But the understanding is now that it's not just vaccines. It can be other types of injections that have occurred the overall risk for that seems to be quite low. In other words, some of the data suggests that about one per ten thousand doses of vaccine that are delivered may result in what are called these injections sites are comas. And at this point, there doesn't seem to be a relationship between a specific vaccine type a specific brand or various other components, but what we're doing in the cat world is we're trying to best addresses as we can. And so part of that oftentimes involves deciding where we're going to actually give that back Saination or that injection is so trying to be careful that we put those in places on a cat where one we potentially can remove it. If we need to if it does result in a sarcoma and has the least impact on that animal's life. So there are guidelines about that. At two, and I'm familiar with those and everyone's individual veterinarian will will know about that. And certainly will invite and appreciate any questions that you might have. But I think that the take home message is that the chances of a vaccine associated cancer, they're just lower than the chances that even an indoor cat is going to be exposed to these diseases. Is that what you would think? Absolutely. I totally agree. So it's a horrible situation when it occurs, but again, very ferry extremely uncommon. And so if we're thinking about like, we should be when we're talking about vaccinations were talking about.

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"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"About cats and vaccine recommendations, and I think something that's also really important to touch on is, you know, people I think sometimes feel my cat doesn't go outside. Therefore, it's not likely to have any contact with some of these scary diseases that we talk about one thing that's important to recognize that many of these different types of viruses. Specifically that we talk about cats can actually live in the environment, including on our own clothing or hands for an extended period of time for for instance, the disease you mentioned pan leucopenia, which frightens all of us has veterinarians our cat owners can live for weeks or months in the environment. I had a very personal encounter with pan. Leucopenia? I feel very strongly about vaccinating because I adopted a rescue kitten who had not had any vaccines, and he was here at my animal hospital waiting to be cared for and kind of stayed up in my office and a lady rushed in the door with a sick and dying strike it. And she had found. And to make a long story short. I rushed to the aid of the kitten. And I wasn't really thinking about my own kitten and I- infected my kitten, and he did not survive. So it was a very hard lesson for me to learn about that. I'm sorry there. That's those are horrible experiences, and we all have them, and hopefully we can use that information again to help educate our clients about ways of protecting their pets. So I'm gonna haul out the elephant in the room because it is an issue. And I'm I'm almost sure my listeners know about it. And when I hear about it. What about vaccines and cancers short? That's a great question one that really anyone that has been working on cats that has cats. Definitely it's received a lot of attention over the last couple of decades. And it's an important issue to try understand. And so there are what are called sarcomas that seemed to be occurring or have occurred where injections have have occurred where have been placed, and so they can be vaccines. But the understanding is now that it's not just vaccines. It can be other types of injections that have occurred the overall risk for that seems to be quite low. In other words, some of the data suggests that about one per ten thousand doses of vaccine that are delivered may result in what are called these injections sites are comas. And at this point, there doesn't seem to be a relationship between a specific vaccine type a specific brand or various other components, but what we're doing in the cat world is we're trying to best addresses as we can. And so part of that oftentimes involves deciding where we're gonna actually give that back Saination or that injection and so trying to be. Careful that we put those in places on a cat where one we potentially can remove it. If we need to if it does result in a sarcoma and has the least impact on that animal's life. So there are guidelines about that too. And I'm familiar with those and everyone's individual veterinarian will will know about that, and certainly will invite and appreciate any questions that you might have. But I think that the take home message is that the chances of a vaccine associated cancer, they're just lower than the chances that even an indoor cat is going to be exposed to these diseases. Is that what you would think? Absolutely. I totally agree. So it's a horrible situation when it occurs, but again, very very extremely uncommon. And so if we're thinking about like, we should be when we're talking about vaccinations, we're talking about a risk benefit..

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07:04 min | 2 years ago

"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I think this may be even comes in a little bit into myth to. And so miss two might be. You know, my cat was born in a natural way. It required milk from its parents from its mom, and therefore it should have a normal functioning immunity to these diseases that that are out there. And it's important to recognize that. Yes, cats that do take in Colostrum. So that first milk after birth and do feed off of milking during that process do acquire maternal antibody. So those are all these great infection fighting cells at our passed along for mom, but the importance is that those really begin to wane or those begin to really reduce over about by sixteen weeks of age, certainly. And so the key issue is that Shirley afterlife. These kittens are going to be in a good position and going to be doing able to fight infection. But as that begins to wane over at immune response, begins to wane, we need to start thinking about how can we help? This cat boosted. It's immune response or to develop an immune response to some of these vaccines that we might be or these some of these diseases that were worried about so in most cases, we're starting to think about vaccination in around six to eight weeks of age, and then we're going to do that for some period of time. And then we're going to do that periodically throughout the cats life. So get back to your question. What are some of the things that maybe a pet owner, and a veterinarian are gonna wanna talk about when they start to think about what types of axons might be appropriate for my animal, and this is really a very personal decision. A lot of these things depend on where does that animal whip? So what part of the countries that animal living in some of these diseases might be more frequent in some parts of the country than others. Is this gonna be a specifically indoor only cats or is this cat could have access to the outdoors makes a huge difference in terms of vulnerability to diseases. If this isn't endure only cap are there. Other cats in the household to a multi cat household in which those cats might have the opportunity to. To go outside or does this cat, even though it's indoors still, you know, it's an apartment complex, and it goes and visits other cats in and around the apartments, so all of these different pieces begin to to give us a better appreciation for what are the chances that this cat is gonna have contact with the types of diseases that we're worried about and how sick that cat might be. So age health of the cat, those types of things all come together and help Marion and a client come up with the best strategy for preventing disease in that patient. So I love to say this, and it's my my favorite point to make involve your own veterinarian in making these choices for your cat because you're better Narian familiar with the diseases better being seen in your area. And also kind of a million with you and your lifestyle in the way, you and your cat kind of live together to help you make choices. So that is an excellent point. Do we have any guidelines that all veterinary ins should? Consider about what backs nations to recommend to their clients. Absolutely. There's some really well respected guidelines that are out there. They're freely available. So certainly, you know, do clients can definitely go on. And also take a look but few practitioners group. The af p has got a series of guidelines specific to cats, and then there's also a group called west Sava, which has information that is also about cats and vaccine recommendations, and I think something that's also really important to touch on is people. I think sometimes feel my cat doesn't go outside. Therefore, it's not likely to have any contact with some of these scary diseases that we talk about one thing that's important recognizes that many of these different types of viruses. Specifically that we talk about cats can actually live in the environment, including on our own clothing or hands for an extended period of time for for instance, the disease, you mentioned pan leucopenia, which frightens all of us has veterinarians or. Our cat owners can live for weeks or months in the environment. I had a very personal encounter with pan. Leucopenia? I feel very strongly about vaccinating because I adopted a rescue kitten who had not had any vaccines, and he was here at my animal hospital waiting to be cared for and kind of stayed up in my office and a lady rushed in the door with a sick and dying strike hit. And she had found and to make a long story short. I rushed to the aid of the kitten. I wasn't really thinking about my own kitten and I- infected my kitten, and he did not survive. So it was a very hard lesson for me to learn about that. I'm sorry. The that's those are horrible experiences, and we all have them, and hopefully we can use that information again to help educate our clients about ways of protecting their pets. So I'm gonna call out the elephant in the rain because it is an issue. And I'm I'm almost sure my listeners. No about it. And when I hear about it. What about vaccines and cancers short? That's a great question and one that really anyone that has been working on cats that has cats. Definitely it's received a lot of attention over the last couple of decades. And it's an important issue to try and understand. And so there are what are called sarcomas that seem to be occurring or have occurred where injections have have occurred where have been placed and so was can be vaccines. But the understanding now that it's not just vaccines. It can be other types of injections that have occurred the overall risk for that seems to be quite low. In other words, some of the data suggests that about one per ten thousand doses of vaccine that are delivered may result in what are called these injections sites are comas. And at this point, there doesn't seem to be a relationship between a specific vaccine type a specific brand or other components. But what we're doing in the world is we're trying to best addresses as we can. And so part of that oftentimes involves deciding where we're going to actually give that back Saination or that injection and so trying to be. Careful that we put those in places on a cat where one we potentially can remove it. If we need to if it does result in a sarcoma and has the least impact on that animal's life. So there are guidelines about that too. And I'm familiar with those and everyone's individual veterinarian will will know about that. And certainly will invite in appreciate any questions that you might have. But I think that the take home message is that the chances of a vaccine associated cancer, they're just lower than the chances that even an indoor cat is going to be exposed to these diseases. Is that what you would think? Absolutely. I totally agree. So it's a horrible situation when it occurs, but again, very very extremely uncommon. And so if we're thinking about like, we should be when we're talking about vaccinations, we're talking about a.

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"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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05:22 min | 2 years ago

"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Is this going to be a specifically indoor only cats or is this cat could have access to the outdoors makes a huge difference in terms of vulnerability to diseases. If this isn't enduringly cat are there. Other cats in the household to a multi cat household in which those cats might have the opportunity to go outside or does this cat, even though it's indoors still, you know, it's an apartment complex, and it goes and visits other cats in and around the apartment to all of these different pieces begin to to give a better appreciation for what are the chances that this cat is gonna have contact with the types of diseases that were worried about and how sick that cat might be? So age health of the cat, those types of things all come. Together and help nearing an client come up with the best strategy for preventing disease patient. So I love to say this. And it's my my favorite point to make involve your own veterinarian in making these choices for your cat because you're familiar with the diseases that are being seen in your area. And also kind of a millions of you and your lifestyle in the way, you and your cat kind of live together to help you make choices. So that is an excellent point. Do we have any guidelines that all veterinarians should consider about what vaccinations to recommend to their clients? Absolutely. There's some really well respected guidelines that are out there. They're freely available. So certainly do clients can definitely go on. And also take a look. But if you wind practitioners group, the af P has got a series of guidelines specific to cats, and then there's also a group called west Sava, which has information that is also about. About cats and vaccine recommendations, and I think something that's also really important to touch on is people. I think sometimes feel my cat doesn't go outside. Therefore, it's not likely to have any contact with some of these scary diseases that we talk about one thing that's important to recognizes that many of these different types of viruses. Specifically that we talk about cats can actually live in the environment, including on our own clothing or hands for an extended period of time for for instance, the disease you mentioned pan leucopenia, which frightens all of us has veterinarians our cat owners can live for weeks or months in the environment. I had a very personal encounter with pan. Leucopenia? I feel very strongly about vaccinating because I adopted a rescue kitten who had not had any vaccines, and he was here at my animal hospital waiting to be cared for and kind of stayed in my office and a lady rushed in the door with a sick and dying stray kitten. She had found. And to make a long story short. I rushed to the aid of the kitten. And I wasn't really thinking about my own kitten and I- infected my kitten, and he did not survive. So it was a very hard lesson for me to learn about that. I'm sorry. The that's those are horrible experiences, and we all have them, and hopefully we can use that information again to help educate our clients have a ways of protecting their pets. So I'm gonna haul out the elephant in the rain because it is an issue. And I'm I'm almost sure my listeners know about it. And when I hear about it. What about vaccines and cancers short? That's a great question and one that really anyone that has been working on cats that has cats. Definitely it's received a lot of attention over the last couple of decades. And it's an important issue to try and understand. And so there are what are called sarcomas that seem to be occurring or have occurred where injections have have occurred where have been placed, and so they can be vaccine's. But the understanding is now that it's not just vaccines. It can be other types of injections that have occurred the overall risk for that seems to be quite low. In other words, some of the data suggests that about one per ten thousand doses of vaccine that are delivered may result in what are called these injections sites are comas. And at this point, there doesn't seem to be a relationship between a specific vaccine type a specific brand or various other components, but what we're doing in the cat world is we're trying to best addresses as we can. And so part of that oftentimes involves deciding where we're going to actually give that back Saination or that injection and so trying to be. Careful that we put those in places on a cat where one we potentially can remove it. If we need to if it does result in a sarcoma and has the waste impact on that animal's life. So there are guidelines about that too. And I'm familiar with those and everyone's individual veterinarian will will know about that. And certainly will invite in appreciate any questions that you might have. But I think that the take home message is that the chances of a vaccine associated cancer, they're just lower than the chances that even an indoor cat is going to be exposed to these diseases. Is that what you would think? Absolutely. I totally agree. So it's a horrible situation when it occurs, but again, very very extremely uncommon. And so if we're thinking about like, we should be when we're talking about vaccinations, we're talking about a.

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05:21 min | 2 years ago

"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Is this gonna be specifically indoor only cats or is this cat could have access to the outdoors makes a huge difference in terms of vulnerability to diseases. If this isn't endure only cat are there. Other cats in the household to a multi cat hassled in which those cats might have the opportunity to go outside or does this cat, even though it's indoors still? You know, it's apartment complex, and it goes and visits other cats in and around the apartment, so all of these different pieces begin to to give a better appreciation for what are the chances that this cat is gonna have contact with the types of diseases that we're worried about and how sick that cat might be. So age health of the cat. Those types of things all come together and help nearing an Anna client, come up with the best strategy for preventing disease in that patient. So I love to say this, and it's my my favorite point to make involve your own veterinarian in making these choices for your cat because you're better Narian is familiar with the diseases that are being seen in your area. And also kind of a million with you and your lifestyle in the way, you and your cat kind of live together to help you make choices. So that is an excellent point. Do we have any guidelines that all veterinarians should consider about what backs nations to recommend to their clients? Absolutely. There's some really well respected guidelines that are out there. They're freely available. So certainly do clients can definitely go on. And also take a look. But if you want to practitioners group, the af P has got a series of guidelines specific to cats, and there's also a group called west Sava, which has information that is also about cats and vaccine recommendations, and I think something that's also really important to touch on is people. I think sometimes feel my cat doesn't go outside. Therefore, it's not likely to have any contact with some of these scary diseases that we talk about one thing that's important recognizes that many of these different types of viruses. Specifically that we talk about with cats can actually live in the environment, including on our own clothing or hands for an extended period of time for for instance, the disease you mentioned pan leucopenia, which frightens all of us has veterinarians our cat owners can live for weeks or months in the environment. I had a very personal encounter with pan leucopenia feel very strongly about vaccinating because I adopted a rescue kitten who had not had any vaccines, and he was here at my animal hospital waiting to be cared for and kind of stayed up in my office and a lady rushed in the door with a sick and dying strike hit. And she had found and to make a long story short. I rushed to the aid of the kitten. And I wasn't really thinking about my own kitten and I- infected my kitten, and he did not survive. So it was a very hard lesson for me to learn about that. I'm sorry. The that's those are horrible experiences, and we all have them, and hopefully we can use that information again to help educate our clients have a ways of protecting their pets. So I'm gonna call out the elephant in the room because it is an issue. And I'm I'm almost sure my listeners know about it. And when I hear about it. What about vaccines? And cancers short. That's a great question and one that really anyone that has been working on cats that has cats definitely it's received a lot of attention over the last couple of decades. And it's an important issue to try and understand. And so there are what are called sarcomas that seem to be occurring or have occurred where injections have have occurred where have been placed, and so they can be vaccines. But the understanding is now that it's not just vaccines. It can be other types of injections that have occurred the overall risk for that seems to be quite low. In other words, some of the data suggests that about one per ten thousand doses of vaccine that are delivered may result in what are called these injections sites are comas. And at this point, there doesn't seem to be a relationship between a specific vaccine type a specific brand or various other components, but what we're doing in the cat world is we're trying to best addresses. As we can. And so part of that oftentimes involves deciding where we're going to actually give that back Saination or that injection is so trying to be careful that we put those in places on a cat where one we potentially can remove it. If we need to if it does result in a coma and has the least impact on that animal's life. So there are guidelines about that too. And I'm familiar with those and everyone's individual veterinarian will will know about that. And certainly will invite in appreciate any questions that you might have. But I think that the take home message is that the chances of a vaccine associated cancer, they're just lower than the chances that even an indoor cat is going to be exposed to these diseases. Is that what you would think? Absolutely. I totally agree. So it's a horrible situation when it occurs, but again, very very extremely uncommon. And so if we're thinking about like, we should be when we're talking about vaccinations were talking about..

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"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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05:25 min | 2 years ago

"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Is this going to be a specifically indoor only cats or is this cat could have access to the outdoors makes a huge difference in terms of vulnerability to diseases. If this isn't enduringly cat are there. Other cats households were multi cat hassled in which those cats might have the opportunity to go outside or does this cat, even though it's indoors still, you know, it's an apartment complex, and it goes and Bizet are their cats in and around the apartment, so all of these different pieces begin to to give us a better appreciation for what are the chances that this cat is gonna have contact with the types of diseases that we're worried about and how sick that cat might be. So age health of the cat, those types of things all. Come together and help nearing and a client come up with the best strategy for preventing disease in that patient. So I love to say this. And it's my my favorite point to make involve your own veterinarian in making these choices for your cat because you're familiar with the diseases that are being seen in your area. And also kind of a million with you and your lifestyle in the way, you and your cat kind of live together to help you make choices. So that is an excellent point. Do we have any guidelines that all veterinarians should consider about what backs nations to recommend to their clients? Absolutely. There's some really well respected guidelines that are out there. They're freely available. So certainly, you know, stupid clients can definitely go on. And also take a look, but if you to practitioners group, the F P has got a series of guidelines specific to cats, and then there's also a group called west Sava, which has information that is also. About cats and vaccine recommendations, and I think something that's also really important to touch on is people. I think sometimes feel my cat doesn't go outside. Therefore, it's not likely to have any contact with some of these scary diseases that we talk about one thing that's important recognizes that many of these different types of viruses. Specifically that we talk about with cats can actually live in the environment, including on our own clothing or hands for an extended period of time for for instance, the disease you mentioned pan leucopenia, which frightens all of us has veterinarians our cat owners can live for weeks or months in the environment. I had a very personal encounter with pan. Leucopenia? I feel very strongly about vaccinating because I adopted a rescue kitten who had not had any vaccines, and he was here at my animal hospital waiting to be cared for and kind of stayed up in my office and a lady rushed in the door with a sick and dying strike hit. And she had found. And to make a long story short. I rushed to the aid of the kitten. And I wasn't really thinking about my own kitten and I- infected my kitten, and he did not survive. So it was a very hard lesson for me to learn about that. I'm sorry there. That's those are horrible experiences, and we all have them, and hopefully we can use that information again to help educate our clients about ways of protecting their pets. So I'm gonna haul out the elephant in the room because it is an issue. And I'm I'm almost sure my listeners know about it. And when I hear about it. What about vaccines and cancers short? That's a great question and one that really anyone that has been working on cats that has cats definitely it's received a lot of attention over the last couple of decades. And it's an important issue to try and understand. And so there are what are called sarcomas that seem to be occurring or have occurred where injections. Have have occurred where have been placed and so that they can be vaccines. But the understanding now that it's not just vaccines. It can be other types of injections that have occurred the overall risk for that seems to be quite low. In other words, some of the data suggests that about one per ten thousand doses of vaccine that are delivered may result in what are called these injections sites are comas. And at this point, there doesn't seem to be a relationship between a specific vaccine type a specific brand or various other components, but what we're doing in the cat world is we're trying to best address as we can. And so part of that oftentimes involves deciding where we're going to actually give that back Saination or that injection. And so trying to be careful that we put those in places on a cat where one we potentially can remove it if we need to if it does result in a sarcoma and has the least impact on that animal's life. So there are guidelines about that. That too. And I'm familiar with those and everyone's individual veterinarian will will know about that. And certainly will invite an appreciate any questions that you might have. But I think that the take home message is that the chances of a vaccine associated cancer, they're just lower than the chances that even an indoor cat is going to be exposed to these diseases. Is that what you would think? Absolutely. I totally agree. So it's a horrible situation when it occurs, but again, very fairy extremely uncommon. And so if we're thinking about like, we should be when we're talking about vaccinations, we're talking about a risk benefit. I would say the benefits of the vaccine clearly.

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"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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05:22 min | 2 years ago

"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Indoor only cats or is this cat could have access to the doors makes a huge difference in terms of vulnerability to diseases. If this isn't endure only cap are there. Other cats in households were multi cancelled in which those cats might have the opportunity to go outside or does this cat, even though it's Nores still, you know, it's an apartment complex, and it goes and visits other cats in and around the apartment, so all of these different pieces begin to to give us a better appreciation for what are the chances that this cat is gonna have contact with the types of diseases that we're worried about and how sick that cat might be. So age health of the cat. Those types of things all come together and help nearing and a client come up with the best strategy for preventing disease in that patient. So I love to say this, and it's my my favorite point to make involve your own veterinarian in making these choices for your cat because you better Narian is familiar with the diseases. Better being seen in your area. And also kind of a million with you and your lifestyle in the way, you and your cat kind of live together to help you make choices. So that is an excellent point. Do we have any guidelines that all veterinarians should consider about what vaccinations to recommend to their clients? Absolutely. There's some really well respected guidelines that are out there. They're freely available. So certainly do clients can definitely go on. And also take a look. But if you want practitioners group, the af P has got a series of guidelines specific to cats, and then there's also a group called west Sava, which has information that is also about cats and vaccine recommendations, and I think something that's also really important to touch on is, you know, people I think sometimes feel my cat doesn't go outside. Therefore, it's not likely to have any contact with some of these scary diseases that we talk about one thing that's important. Recognizes that many of these different types of viruses. Specifically that we talk about with cats can actually live in the environment, including on our own clothing or hands for an extended period of time for for instance, the disease you mentioned pan leucopenia, which frightens all of us has veterinarians our cat owners can live for weeks or months in the environment. I had a very personal encounter with pan leucopenia feel very strongly about vaccinating because I adopted a rescue kitten who had not had any vaccines, and he was here at my animal hospital waiting to be cared for and kind of stayed up in my office and a lady rushed in the door with a sick and dying strike hit. And she had found and to make a long story short. I rushed to the aid of the kitten. And I wasn't really thinking about my own kitten and I- infected my kitten, and he did not survive. So it was a very hard lesson for me to learn about that. I'm sorry. The that's those are horrible experiences, and we all have them, and hopefully we can use that information again to help educate our clients about ways of protecting their pets. So I'm gonna haul out the elephant in the room because it is an issue. And I'm I'm almost sure my listeners know about it. And when I hear about it. What about vaccines and cancers short? That's a great question and one that really anyone that has been working on cats that has cats. Definitely it's received a lot of attention over the last couple of decades. And it's an important issue to try and understand. And so there are what are called sarcomas that seem to be occurring or have occurred where injections have have occurred where have been placed, and so that was can be vaccines. But the understanding is now that it's not just vaccines. It can be other types of injections that have occurred the overall risk for that seems to be quite low. In other words, some of the data suggests that about one per ten thousand doses of vaccine that are delivered may result in what are called these injections sites are comas. And at this point, there doesn't seem to be a relationship between a specific vaccine type a specific brand or various other components, but what we're doing in the cat world is we're trying to best addresses as we can. And so part of that oftentimes involves deciding where we're going to actually give that back Saination or that injection so trying to be. Careful that we put those in places on a cat where one we potentially can remove it. If we need to if it does result in a sarcoma and has the least impact on that animal's life. So there are guidelines about that too. And I'm familiar with those and everyone's individual veterinarian will will know about that. And certainly will invite in appreciate any questions that you might have. But I think that the take home message is that the chances of a vaccine associated cancer, they're just lower than the chances that even an indoor cat is going to be exposed to these diseases. Is that what you would think? Absolutely. I totally agree. So it's a horrible situation when it occurs, but again, very very extremely uncommon. And so if we're thinking about like, we should be when we're talking about vaccinations, we're talking about a risk benefit. I would say the benefits.

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"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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04:17 min | 2 years ago

"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Your cat kind of live together to help you make choices. So that is an excellent point. Do we have any guidelines that all veterinarians should consider about what vaccinations to recommend to their clients? Absolutely. There's some really well respected guidelines that are out there. They're freely available. So certainly, you know, stupid clients can definitely go on. And also take a look, but few wind practitioner. Owners group. The af p has got a series of guidelines specific to cats, and then there's also a group called west Sava, which has information that is also about cats and vaccine recommendations, and I think something that's also really important to touch on is, you know, people I think sometimes feel my cat doesn't go outside. Therefore, it's not likely to have any contact with some of these scary diseases that we talk about one thing that's important to recognize is that many of these different types of viruses. Specifically that we talk about with cats can actually live in the environment, including on our own clothing or hands for an extended period of time for for instance, disease, you mentioned pan leucopenia, which frightens all of us has veterinarians our cat owners can live for weeks or months in the environment. I had a very personal encounter with pan. Leucopenia? I feel very strongly about vaccinating because I adopted a rescue kitten who had not had any vaccines and. He was here at my animal hospital waiting to be cared for and kind of stayed up in my office. And a lady rushed in the door with a sick and dying strike hit. And she had found and to make a long story short. I rushed to the aid of the kitten. And I wasn't really thinking about my own kitten and I- infected my kitten, and he did not survive. So it was a very hard lesson for me to learn about that. I'm sorry. The that's those are horrible experiences, and we all have them, and hopefully we can use that information again to help educate our clients ways of protecting their pets. So I'm gonna call out the elephant in the room because it is an issue. And I'm I'm almost sure my listeners know about it. And when I hear about it. What about vaccines and cancers short? That's a great question and one that really anyone that has been working on cats that has cats. Definitely it's received a lot of attention over the last couple of decades. And it's an important issue to try and understand. And so there are what are called sarcomas that seem to be occurring or have occurred where injections have have occurred where have been placed, and so that was can be vaccines. But the understanding is now that it's not just vaccines. It can be other types of injections that have occurred the overall risk for that seems to be quite low. In other words, some of the data suggests that about one per ten thousand doses of vaccine that are delivered may result in what are called these injections sites are comas. And at this point, there doesn't seem to be a relationship between a specific vaccine type a specific brand or other components. But what we're doing in the world is we're trying to best address addresses as we can. And so part of that oftentimes involves deciding where we're going to actually give that back Saination or that injection is so trying to be. Careful that we put those in places on a cat where one we potentially can remove it. If we need to if it does result in a sarcoma and has the least impact on that animal's life. So there are guidelines about that too. And I'm familiar with those and everyone's individual veterinarian will will know about that. And certainly will invite in appreciate any questions that you might have. But I think that the take home message is that the chances of a vaccine associated cancer, they're just lower than the chances that even an indoor cat is going to be exposed to these diseases. Is that what you would think? Absolutely. I totally agree. So it's a horrible situation when it occurs, but again, very ferry extremely uncommon. And so if we're thinking about like, we should be when we're talking about vaccinations, we're talking about a risk benefit. I would say the benefits of the vaccine clearly outweigh.

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"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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04:12 min | 2 years ago

"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Do we have any guidelines that all veterinarians should consider about what backs nations to recommend to their clients? Absolutely. There's some really well respected guidelines that are out there. They're freely available. So certainly, you know, a stoop clients can definitely go on. And also take a look, but if wind practitioners group, the F P has got a series of guidelines specific to cats, and then there's also a group called west Sava, which has information that is also. About cats and vaccine recommendations, and I think something that's also really important to touch on is people. I think sometimes feel my cat doesn't go outside. Therefore, it's not likely to have any contact with some of these scary diseases that we talk about one thing that's important to recognize is that many of these different types of viruses Pacific. We that. We talk about with cats can actually live in the environment, including on our own clothing or hands for an extended period of time for for instance, the disease you mentioned pan leucopenia, which frightens all of us has veterinarians our cat owners can live for weeks or months in the environment. I had a very personal encounter with pan. Leucopenia? I feel very strongly about vaccinating because I wanted a rescue kitten who had not had any vaccines, and he was here at my animal hospital waiting to be cared for and kind of stayed up in my office and a lady rushed in the door with a sick and dying strike hit. And she had found. And to make a long story short. I rushed to the aid of the kitten. And I wasn't really thinking about my own kitten and I- infected my kitten, and he did not survive. So it was a very hard lesson for me to learn about that. I'm sorry, are that's those are horrible experiences. And and we all have them, and hopefully we can use that information again to help educate our clients have a ways of protecting their pets. So I'm gonna haul out the elephant in the room because it is an issue. And I'm I'm almost sure my listeners know about it. And when I hear about it, what about vaccines and cancers short. That's a great question and one that really anyone that has been working on cats that has cats definitely it's received a lot of attention over the last couple of decades. And it's an important issue to try and understand. And so there are what are called sarcomas that seem to be occurring or have occurred where injections. Have have occurred where have been placed, and so that was can be vaccines. But the understanding is now that it's not just vaccines. It can be other types of injections that have occurred the overall risk for that seems to be quite low. In other words, some of the data suggests that about one per ten thousand doses of vaccine that are delivered may result in what are called these injections sites are comas. And at this point, there doesn't seem to be a relationship between a specific vaccine type, a specific brand or various other components. But what we're doing in the world is we're trying to best addresses as we can. And so part of that oftentimes involves deciding where we're going to actually give that back Saination or that injection is so trying to be careful that we put those in places on a cat where one we potentially can remove it. If we need to if it does result in a sarcoma and has the least impact on that animal's life. So there are guidelines about that. At two, and I'm familiar with those and everyone's individual veterinarian will will know about that. And certainly will invite and appreciate any questions that you might have. But I think that the take home message is that the chances of a vaccine associated cancer, they're just lower than the chances that even an indoor cat is going to be exposed to these diseases. Is that what you would think? Absolutely. I totally agree. So it's a horrible situation when it occurs, but again, very very extremely uncommon. And so if we're thinking about like, we should be when we're talking about vaccinations were talking about a risk benefit. I would say the benefits of the vaccine clearly outweigh.

I Saination
"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Resource guidelines specific to cats, and then there's also a group called west Sava, which has information that is also about cats and vaccine recommendations, and I think something that's also really important to touch on is, you know, people I think sometimes feel my cat doesn't go outside. Therefore, it's not likely to have any contact with some of these scary diseases that we talk about one thing that's important recognizes that many of these different types of viruses. Specifically that we talk about cats can actually live in the environment, including on our own clothing or hands for an extended period of time for for instance, the disease you mentioned pan leucopenia, which frightens all of us has veterinarians our cat owners can live for weeks or months in the environment. I had a very personal encounter with pan. Leucopenia? I feel very strongly about vaccinating because I adopted a rescue kitten who had not had any vaccines, and he was here at my animal hospital waiting to be care. For and kinda stayed up in my office. And a lady rushed in the door with a sick and dying strike hit. And she had found and to make a long story short. I rushed to the aid of the kitten. And I wasn't really thinking about my own kitten and I- infected my kitten, and he did not survive. So it was a very hard lesson for me to learn about that. I'm sorry. The that's those are horrible experiences, and we all have them, and hopefully we can use that information again to help educate our clients about ways of protecting their pets. So I'm gonna call out the elephant in the room because it is an issue. And I'm I'm almost sure my listeners know about it. And when I hear about it. What about vaccines and cancers short? That's a great question and one that really anyone that has been working on cats that has cats. Definitely it's received a lot of attention over the last couple of decades. And it's an important issue to try and understand. And so there are what are called sarcomas that seem to be occurring or have occurred where injections have have occurred where have been placed in. So those can be vaccines. But the understanding is now that it's not just vaccines. It can be other types of injections that have occurred the overall risk for that seems to be quite low. In other words, some of the data suggests that about one per ten thousand doses of vaccine that are delivered may result in what are called these injections sites are comas. And at this point, there doesn't seem to be a relationship between a specific vaccine type, a specific brand or various other components. But what we're doing in the world is we're trying to best addresses as we can. And so part of that oftentimes involves deciding where we're going to actually give that back Saination or that injection so trying to be. Careful that we put those in places on a cat where one we potentially can remove it. If we need to if it does result in a sarcoma and has the least impact on that animal's life. So there are guidelines about that too. And I'm familiar with those and everyone's individual veterinarian will will know about that. And certainly will invite in appreciate any questions that you might have. But I think that the take home message is that the chances of a vaccine associated cancer, they're just lower than the chances that even an indoor cat is going to be exposed to these diseases. Is that what you would think? Absolutely. I totally agree. So it's a horrible situation when it occurs, but again, very very extremely uncommon. And so if we're thinking about like, we should be when we're talking about vaccinations, we're talking about a risk benefit. I would say the benefits of the vaccine.

I Saination
"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Even though it's indoors still, you know, it's a apartment complex, and it goes and visits other cats in and around the apartment, so all of these different pieces begin to to give us a better appreciation for what are the chances that this cat is gonna have contact with the types of diseases that were worried about and how sick that cat might be. So age health of the cat those types of. Things all come together and help Marion and a client come up with the best strategy for preventing disease in that patient. So I love to say this, and it's my my favorite point to make involve your own veterinarian in making these choices for your cat because you're a veterinarian is familiar with the diseases that are being seen in your area. And also kind of with you and your lifestyle in the way, you and your cat kind of live together to help you make choices. So that is an excellent point. Do we have any guidelines that all veterinary should consider about what vaccinations to recommend to their clients? Absolutely. There's some really well respected guidelines that are out there. They're freely available. So certainly do clients can definitely go on. And also take a look but few practitioners group, the af p has got a series of guidelines specific to cats, and then there's also a group called west Sava, which has information that is also. Oh about cats and vaccine recommendations, and I think something that's also really important to touch on is, you know, people I think sometimes feel my cat doesn't go outside. Therefore, it's not likely to have any contact with some of these scary diseases that we talk about one thing that's important recognizes that many of these different types of viruses. Specifically that we talk about with cats can actually live in the environment, including on our own clothing or hands for an extended period of time for for instance, the disease you mentioned pan leucopenia, which frightens all of us has veterinarians our cat owners can live for weeks or months in the environment. I had a very personal encounter with pan. Leucopenia? I feel very strongly about vaccinating because I adopted a rescue kitten who had not had any vaccines, and he was here at my animal hospital waiting to be cared for and kinda stayed up in my office and a lady rushed in the door with a sick and dying strike it. And she. Had found and make a long story short. I rushed to the aid of the kitten. And I wasn't really thinking about my own kitten and I- infected my kitten, and he did not survive. So it was a very hard lesson for me to learn about that. I'm sorry. The other those are horrible experiences in we all have them. And hopefully, we can use that information again to help educate our clients have a ways of protecting their pets. So I'm gonna haul out the elephant in the rain because it is an issue. And I'm I'm almost sure my listeners know about it. And when I hear about it, what about vaccines and cancers short. That's a great question and one that really anyone that has been working on cats that has cats definitely it's received a lot of attention over the last couple of decades. And it's an important issue to try and understand. And so there are what are called sarcomas that seemed to be occurring or have occurred where inject. Actions have have occurred where have been placed and so that was can be vaccines. But the understanding is now that it's not just vaccines. It can be other types of injections that have occurred the overall risk for that seems to be quite low. In other words, some of the data suggests that about one per ten thousand doses of vaccine that are delivered may result in what are called these injections sites are comas. And at this point, there doesn't seem to be a relationship between a specific vaccine type a specific brand or various other components for what we're doing in the cat world is we're trying to best addresses as we can. And so part of that oftentimes involves deciding where we're going to actually give that back Saination or that injection is so trying to be careful that we put those in places on a cat where one we potentially can remove it. If we need to if it does result in a sarcoma and has the least impact on that animal's life. So there are guidelines. About that too. And I'm familiar with those and everyone's individual veterinarian will will know about that. And certainly will invite an appreciate any questions that you might have. But I think that the take home message is that the chances of a vaccine associated cancer, they're just lower than the chances that even an indoor cat is going to be exposed to these diseases. Is that what you would think? Absolutely. I I totally agree. So it's a horrible situation when it occurs, but again, very very extremely uncommon. And so if we're thinking about like, we should be when we're talking about vaccinations, we're talking about a risk benefit. I would say the benefits of the vaccine clearly.

I Marion Saination
"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Art, I rushed to the aid of the kitten. And I wasn't really thinking about my own kitten and I- infected my kitten, and he did not survive. So it was a very hard lesson for me to learn about that. Those are horrible experiences, and we all have them, and hopefully we can use that information again to help educate our clients have the ways of protecting their pets. So I'm gonna haul out the elephant in the room because it is an issue. And I'm I'm almost sure my listeners know about it. And when I hear about it. What about vaccines and cancers short? That's a great question and one that really anyone that has been working on cats that has cats. Definitely it's received a lot of attention over the last couple of decades. And it's an important issue to try and understand. And so there are what are called sarcomas that seem to be occurring or have occurred where injections have have occurred where have been placed in. So they can be vaccines. But the understanding is now that it's not just vaccines. It can be other types of injections that have occurred the overall risk for that seems to be quite low. In other words, some of the data suggests that about one per ten thousand doses of vaccine that are delivered may result in what are called these injections sites are comas. And at this point, there doesn't seem to be a relationship between a specific vaccine type a specific brand or various other components, but what we're doing in the cat world is we're trying to best address as we can. And so part of that oftentimes involves deciding where we're going to actually give that back Saination or that injection is so trying to be. Careful that we put those in places on a cat where one we potentially can remove it. If we need to if it does result in a sarcoma and has the least impact on that animal's life. So there are guidelines about that too. And I'm familiar with those and everyone's individual veterinarian will will know about that. And certainly will invite in appreciate any questions that you might have. But I think that the take a message is that the chances of a vaccine associated cancer, they're just lower than the chances that even an indoor cat is going to be exposed to these diseases. Is that what you would think? Absolutely. I totally agree. So it's a horrible situation when it occurs, but again, very very extremely uncommon. And so if we're thinking about like, we should be when we're talking about vaccinations were talking about a risk benefit. I would say the.

I Saination
"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Is this going to be a specifically indoor only cats, or is this cat could have access to the outdoors makes a huge difference in terms of Boehner ability to diseases if this isn't enduringly cat are there? Other cats into households were multi cat hassled in which those cats might have the opportunity to go outside or does this cat, even though it's indoors still, you know, it's an apartment complex, and it goes and visits other cats in and around the apartment, so all of these different pieces begin to to give a better appreciation for what are the chances that this? Cat. To have contact with the types of diseases that we're worried about and how sick that cat might be. So age health of the cat. Those types of things all come together and help nearing an client come up with the best strategy for preventing disease in that patient. So I love to say this, and it's my my favorite point to make involve your own veterinarian in making these choices for your cat because you're familiar with the diseases that are being seen in your area. And also kind of a million with you and your lifestyle in the way, you and your cat kind of live together to help you make choices. So that is an excellent point. Do we have any guidelines that all veterinary should consider about what vaccinations to recommend to their clients? Absolutely. There are some really well respected guidelines that are out there. They're freely available. So certainly, you know, a stoop clients can definitely go on. And also take a look, but if you practitioners group. The F P has got a series of guidelines specific to cats, and then there's also a group called west Sava, which has information that is also about cats and vaccine recommendations, and I think something that's also really important to touch on is, you know, people I think sometimes feel my cat doesn't go outside. Therefore, it's not likely to have any contact with some of these scary diseases that we talk about one thing that's important to recognize that many of these different types of viruses. Specifically that we talk about cats can actually live in the environment, including our own clothing or hands for an extended period of time for for instance, the disease you mentioned pan leucopenia, which frightens all of us has veterinarians our cat owners can live for weeks or months in the environment. I had a very personal encounter with pan. Leucopenia? I feel very strongly about vaccinating because I adopted a rescue kitten who had not had any vaccines, and he was here. At my animal hospital waiting to be cared for and kinda stayed up in my office. And a lady rushed in the door with a sick and dying strike it and she had found and to make a long story short. I rushed to the aid of the kitten. And I wasn't really thinking about my own kitten and I- infected my kitten, and he did not survive. So it was a very hard lesson for me to learn about that. I'm sorry. The that's those are horrible experiences, and we all have them, and hopefully we can use that information again to help educate our clients have ways of protecting their pets. So I'm gonna haul out the elephant in the room because it is an issue. And I'm I'm almost sure my listeners know about it. And when I hear about it. What about vaccines and cancers short? That's a great question and one that really anyone that has been working on cats that has cats definitely it's received a lot of attention over the last couple of days. Decades. And it's an important issue to try and understand. And so there are what are called sarcomas that seemed to be occurring or have occurred where injections have have occurred where have been placed, and so that was can be vaccines. But the understanding is now that it's not just vaccines. It can be other types of injections that have occurred the overall risk for that seems to be quite low. In other words, some of the data suggests that about one per ten thousand doses of vaccine that are delivered may result in what are called these injections sites are comas. And at this point, there doesn't seem to be a relationship between a specific vaccine type a specific brand or various other components, but what we're doing in the cat world is we're trying to best addresses as we can. And so part of that oftentimes involves deciding where we're going to actually give that back Saination or that injection is trying to be careful that we put those in places on a cat where one. We've attention we can remove it. If we need to if it does result in a sarcoma and has the least impact on that animal's life. So there are guidelines about that too. And I'm familiar with those and everyone's individual veterinarian will will know about that, and certainly will invite and appreciate any questions that you might have. But I think that the take home message is that the chances of a vaccine associated cancer, they're just lower than the chances that even an indoor cat is going to be exposed to these diseases. Is that what you would think? Absolutely. I totally agree. So it's a horrible situation when it occurs, but again, very ferry extremely uncommon. And so if we're thinking about like, we should be when we're talking about vaccinations, we're talking about a risk benefit..

Boehner I Saination
"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"To be a specifically indoor only cats or is. This cat can have access to the outdoors makes a huge difference in, terms of owner ability to diseases if this isn't endure only cap are there other cats into households were multi cat hassled in which those cats might have the opportunity to go outside or does this cat even though it indoors. Still you know it's an apartment complex and it goes and visits other cats in and around the, apartment so all of these different pieces begin to to give us, a better appreciation for what are the chances that this cat is. Gonna have contact with the types, of diseases that we're worried about and how sick that cat might be so age health of the cat those types of things all come Together and help? Nearing an, client come up with the best strategy for preventing disease in that patient so I love to say this and it's my my favorite point? To make involve your own veterinarian in making these choices, for your cat because you're familiar with the diseases that are being seen in your area and also, kind of a. Million with you and your lifestyle, in the way you and your cat kind of live together to help you make choices so that is an excellent point do we have any guidelines that all veterinarians, should consider, about what vaccinations to recommend to their clients absolutely there's some really well respected guidelines that. Are out there they're freely available so certainly you know a stoop clients can definitely go on and also take a look but few wind practitioners group the af p has got a series of guidelines specific to cats and then there's. Also a group called Wasowski which, has information that is also about Cats and vaccine recommendations and I. Think something that's also really important to touch on is you know people I think sometimes feel my cat doesn't go outside. Therefore it's not likely to have any contact with some of these scary diseases that we talk about one thing that's important recognizes that many of these different types of viruses specifically that we talk about with cats can actually live in the environment including on our own clothing. Or hands for an extended period of time for for instance the disease you mentioned pan. Leucopenia which frightens all of us. Has veterinarians our cat owners can live for weeks or months in the environment I had a very? Personal. Encounter with pan leucopenia I feel very strongly about vaccinating. Because I adopted. A rescue, kitten who, had not had any vaccines and he was here at my animal. Hospital waiting to be cared. For and kind of stayed up in my office and a lady. Rushed in the door with a sick and, dying strike it and she had found And to. Make a long story short I rushed to the aid of the kitten and I wasn't really thinking about my own kitten and I- infected my kitten and he did not survive so it was a very hard lesson. For, me to, learn about that I'm sorry that's those are horrible experiences and we all have them. And then hopefully we can use that information again to. Help educate our clients have a ways of protecting. Their pets so I'm gonna call out the elephant in the room because it is an issue and, I'm I'm almost sure my listeners know about it and when I hear about it what about vaccines and cancers short that's a great question and one that really anyone that has been working on. Cats that has cats Definitely it's received. A lot of attention over the last couple of decades and it's an important issue to try. And understand and so there are what are called sarcomas that seem to be occurring or have occurred where injections have have occurred where have been placed and so that was can, be vaccines but the understanding is now that, it's not just vaccines it can be other types of injections that have occurred the overall risk for that. Seems to be quite low in other words some of the data suggests. That about, one per ten thousand doses, of vaccine that are delivered. May result in what are called these injections sites are comas and at this point there doesn't seem to be a. Relationship between a specific vaccine type a specific brand or various other components but what we're doing, in the cat world is we're trying to. Best addresses as we can and, so part of that oftentimes involves? Deciding where we're going. To actually give that back Saination or that injection is so trying to be Careful that we put those in places on a cat where one. We've attended can remove it if we need to if it does result in a sarcoma and has the least impact on that animal's life, so there are guidelines about that too. And I'm familiar with those and everyone's individual veterinarian will. Know about that and certainly will invite and appreciate any. Questions that you might have but I think that the. Take home message, is that the chances of a vaccine associated cancer they're just lower than the chances that even an indoor cat is going to be exposed. To these diseases. Is that what you would think absolutely I totally agree so it's a horrible situation when, it occurs but again very ferry extremely. Uncommon and so if we're thinking about like we should be when we're talking about vaccinations were. Talking about.

I Saination
"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:28 min | 3 years ago

"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And some of these diseases might be more frequent in some parts of the country than others. Is this going to be a specifically indoor only cats, or is this cat could have access to the outdoors makes a huge difference in terms of vulnerability to diseases. If this isn't endure only cap, are there other cats into households, multi cat household in which those cats might have the opportunity to go outside or does this cat even though it's indoors still, you know, it's an apartment complex and it goes and visits other cats in around the apartment. So all of these different pieces begin to to give us a better appreciation for what are the chances that this cat is gonna have contact with the types of diseases that were worried about and how sick that cat might be. So age health of the cat, those types of things all come together and help Narian and a client come up with the best strategy for preventing disease in that patient. So I love to say this and it's my favorite point to make involve your own. Veterinarian in making these, choices for your cat because you're veternarian is familiar with the diseases that are being seen in your area and. Also kind of a million with, you and your lifestyle in the, way you and your cat kind of live together to help you make choices so that is an excellent point do we have, any guidelines, that all veterinarians should consider about what backs nations to recommend to their clients absolutely. There's some really well respected guidelines that are out there they're freely available so certainly do clients can definitely go on and also take a look but if you wanna practitioners group the af p. has got a series of guidelines specific. To cats and then there's also, a group called west Sava which has information that is also about cats and vaccine recommendations and I think something that's also really important to. Touch on is you know people I think sometimes feel my cat doesn't go outside there Four, it's not likely to have any contact with some of these scary diseases that, we talk about one thing that's important recognizes that many of these different types of viruses specifically that we talk about with cats can actually live in the environment including on our own clothing or hands for an extended period. Of time for for instance the disease you mentioned pan leucopenia which frightens all of us. Has veterinarians our cat owners can. Live for weeks or months in the environment I had a very personal encounter with pan leucopenia I feel? Very. Strongly about vaccination because I adopted a rescue kitten who. Had not had. Any vaccines and. He was here at my animal hospital waiting to be. Cared for and kind of stayed, up in my office and a lady rushed in the door with. A sick and dying strike hit and she had, found and to make a long story short I rushed to. The aid of the kitten and I wasn't really thinking about my own kitten and, I- infected my kitten and he did not survive so So it was a very hard lesson for me. To learn about that I'm sorry the other those are horrible experiences and and we all have them and hopefully we can use that information again to help educate our clients about ways of protecting their pets so I'm. Gonna, haul out, the elephant in the room because it is an issue and I'm I'm almost sure. My listeners know about it and when I hear about. It what about vaccines and cancers short that's a. Great question and one that really anyone that has been working on cats that has cats definitely it's, received a lot of attention over the last couple of decades and it's an important issue to try and understand and so there are what are called sarcomas that seem to be occurring or have. Occurred where injections have have occurred where have been placed and, so that was can be vaccines but the, understanding is now that it's not just vaccines it can be other types of injections that have occurred the. Overall All risk for that seems to be quite low in other. Words some, of the. Data suggests that about one per ten thousand doses of vaccine that are delivered may result in what are called these injections sites are komo's and at this point. There doesn't seem to be a relationship between a specific vaccine type a specific brand or various, other components but what we're doing in the. Cat world is we're trying to, best addresses as we can and, so part of that oftentimes involves deciding where we're going to actually give that back Saination or that, injection. And so trying to be careful that we put those in places on a cat where one we potentially can remove. It if we need to if it does result in a sarcoma and has the least impact on that animal's life so there are guidelines. About that too and I'm familiar with. Those and everyone's individual veterinarian will will know about that. And certainly will invite in appreciate any questions that you. Might have But I, think that the take home message is. That the chances of a vaccine associated cancer they're just lower than the chances that even an. Indoor cat is going to be exposed to these diseases is that what you would think absolutely I totally agree. So it's a horrible situation when it occurs but again very very extremely uncommon and so if we're thinking about like we should be when we're, talking about vaccinations we're talking about a risk benefit I would say.

Narian komo Saination
"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"saination" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Up with, the best strategy for preventing disease in that patient so I love to say this and it's my my favorite point to make involve your? Own veterinarian in making these choices for your cat because, you're familiar with the diseases that are being seen in your area and also kind of a million with you and your lifestyle in the. Way, you and your cat kind of live together to help you make choices so that is an excellent point do we have any guidelines that all veterinary should consider about, what vaccinations, to recommend to their clients absolutely there's some really well respected guidelines that are out. There they're freely available so certainly you know a stoop clients can definitely go on and also take a look but few wind practitioners group the af p. has got a series of guidelines specific to cats and then there's also a. Group called west Sava which has, information that is also About cats and vaccine recommendations and. I think something that's also really important to touch on is, you know people I think sometimes feel my cat doesn't go outside. Therefore it's not likely to have any contact with some of these scary diseases that we talk about one thing that's important to recognizes that many of these different types of viruses specifically that we talk about with cats can actually live in the environment including on our own. Clothing or hands for an extended period of time for for instance the disease you mentioned. Pan leucopenia which frightens all of. Us has veterinarians our cat owners can live for weeks or months in the environment I had a? Very. Personal encounter with pan leucopenia I feel very strongly about. Vaccinating because I. Adopted a, rescue kitten, who had not had any vaccines and he was here at my. Animal hospital waiting to be. Cared for and kind of stayed up in my office and a. Lady rushed in the door with a sick and, dying strike it and she had Found. And to make a long story short I rushed to the aid of the kitten, and I wasn't really thinking about my own kitten. And I- infected my kitten and he did not survive so it was a very hard lesson for. Me to learn about that I'm sorry the that's those are horrible experiences and we all have them and hopefully we can use that information again to help educate our clients have a ways of protecting their pets so I'm. Gonna, call out, the elephant in the room because it is an issue and I'm I'm almost sure. My listeners know about it and when I hear about. It what about vaccines and cancers short that's a. Great question and one that really anyone that has been working on cats that has cats definitely it's, received a lot of tension over the last couple of decades and it's an important issue to try and understand and so there are what are called sarcomas that seem to be occurring or have. Occurred where injection Have have occurred where have been placed and so that was can be, vaccines but the understanding is now that it's, not just vaccines it can be other types of injections that have occurred the overall risk for that seems. To be quite low in other words some of the data suggests that. About one per, ten thousand doses of vaccine, that are may result in what are called these injections sites are comas and at this point there doesn't seem to be a relationship between. A specific vaccine type a specific brand or various other components but what we're doing in the, cat world is we're trying to best addresses. As we can and so part, of that oftentimes involves deciding where? We're going to actually give that back Saination or that injection is so trying to be careful that, we. Put those in places on a cat where one we potentially can remove it if we need to if it does. Result in a sarcoma and has the least impact on that animal's life so there are guidelines about That too. And I'm familiar with those and everyone's individual veterinarian will. Will know about, that and certainly will invite in appreciate any questions that you might have but I think that the take home message is that the. Chances of a. Vaccine associated cancer they're just lower than the chances that even an indoor cat is going, to be exposed to these diseases is. That what you would think absolutely I totally agree so it's a horrible situation when it occurs. But again very very extremely uncommon and so if we're thinking about like we should be when we're talking about vaccinations.

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"saination" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"saination" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova

"Analysts dead the best companies today they don't compete in an industry they compete with the superior business model so the story you need to tell us a leader is why is your business mall better not just your product not just your value proposition not just while you're better faster cheaper but you need to explain the story of how is your great value proposition you're wonderful product and service embedded in a superior business model that is at going to out compete your competition that's the story you need to be able to tell in an elegant way and with a great visual support if you want to to really bring that story home and i do think that kind of storytelling aspect is is not something that we we practiced very often in the in the corporate world so getting the start of world were forced to do our pitches but in the corporate world you know i do think we we we don't really take a lot of time to talk about our stories than the last piece said to the storytelling is sometimes when we tell the story we forget that it's not enough to talk about opinions dreams envisions as the blank would say that there's a very fine line between vision in jala saination when you tell when you talk about your business small store your business malaysian your vision for the future bring evidence to the table right that's what the lean startup movement has made so popular we need to produce evidence to show that actually this is not just a dream but that we have facts that we got collected outside of the building to engage people in show that this story's true we could actually make it happen through bring this to the table before you really go full you know in an invest in scale that is fantastic and i'd say i had nancy duarte on my podcast a little bit ago the master storytelling so if anybody's trying to.

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