21 Burst results for "Sandoz"

"sandoz" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

06:20 min | 2 months ago

"sandoz" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"I'm going to say this one works for humans as well just because it's the same numbers. What I noticed from myself and others, you take a cold shower the first day, after 8 seconds, and by the way, the water hits you in the forehead and the chest. After 8 seconds, you're like, gave it a jerk. Can you jump out of the shower? Are you kidding yourself in the head? Because your head hurts, right? And then you go back in the next day, and you're going to be 20, 30 seconds before you do the same thing. And then the third day, you can do a minute and you come out, and I still think Dave's a jerk, but it wasn't that bad. And the fourth day you get in, like, this feels really good. Well, what changed in three days? Well, the mouse study showed that three days of brief cold exposure changes the levels of cardiolipin in the mitochondrial cell membrane. Cardiolipin, cardiolipin, and it's one of the things that makes mitochondrial membranes. And all cells are membrane is what is what essentially allows some things in a lot of somethings out in mitochondria, the mitochondrial membrane potential is what makes the electrons. So what it's doing is it's making the mitochondrial work better and they shift the amount of this compound that's in the membrane to allow them to be better at making electricity. And that's why after three days, oh, I can make enough electricity to handle the cold, whereas before I couldn't do it. And that's why that three day period of swearing at you for listening to this show is worth it because on the fourth day, I feel good, but then you burn way more calories throughout the day, you feel better. So it's literally making the mitochondria more thermogenic. It's interesting question. Why would the response to cold be that? The only thing I can think is, all right, my understanding of the difference between traditional adipose tissue and brown fat is that you have more dense mitochondria, which are able to generate more energy, which thusly creates more heat, and therefore you're able to keep yourself more warm. So that was sort of always, I thought more mitochondria were being formed, I didn't realize there was actually something happening to that mitochondria itself. You will see a shift over time to have more brown fat and less white fat, as the demands on the body to instantly turn on lots of heat goes up, the body says, okay, let me shape myself to an environment where I'm required to turn on lots of heat quickly. So this is just a shift to match the environment that your body thinks it's in, which is when we're cold could happen at any time. So the brown fat that mostly is along your upper spine. That will get stronger and bigger. And it has more mitochondria. But the rest of the mitochondria throughout your body will also shift their levels of cardiolipin. So what you're getting is more mitochondria in the form of more brown fat, and you're getting better mitochondria everywhere else. And the mitochondria that can not make enough heat will get replaced. And that's, I think, the big win and the amount of time that it takes to do that. I don't know the amount of time that it takes to grow a single new mitochondria. It's probably different for different cells based on nutritional availability. But it's an interesting question. I want to start as nootropics, so my personal obsession is the brain. And you go into in the book nootropics, you talk about going to Burning Man as one of your action items, which I thought was cool. Walk me through nootropics, how we can use things to enhance our cognition. And not just nootropics, but the sort of host of things that we can do. This is one of my favorite 20 year passions. Starting in my mid 20s, I said, my brain isn't working the way it's supposed to. I started forgetting things. I was having problems that I didn't like in my career was just taking off. So I said, what can I do to hack this? I ordered my first big package of smart drugs. And these are mostly pharmaceuticals. They came in, I was all excited, and it took the first of the bunch I was testing out on myself. It was called piracetam. And I used an analog of that even today. And I read about that in game changers. But the experience was really weird. I took it for a week and I'm like, damn, I'm so I'm so excited. I'm so disappointed. This stuff doesn't work. So I stopped taking it. And the next day I said, you know, I'm grasping for words. And I realized the previous week, every time I wanted to think of a word, it would just come to me. And then I found that I'd say, what's the word for that? What was I going to say? And I realized I wasn't having that. What good nootropics do, the ones that aren't energizing, which is a different effect that's also helpful. They make you feel more like yourself. They reduce the struggle and the work it takes to do something. So it would have been within your skill set, but a struggle or a stretch, like, oh, I got that. So if you could lift a 35 pound dumbbell, but it's work, and all of a sudden you'll be like, oh yeah, I got that. Maybe I could do 45. So it's this performance in hamster, but it feels so natural. It feels like yourself that after a very short period of time, you get used to having that superpower and it just becomes your new normal. And it turns out there's a whole bunch of different race attempt family drugs. Perhaps them has been around for almost 60 years. It's made by Sandoz pharmaceuticals, a big pharmaceutical company in Europe, but protective of your neurons in increases oxygen, but not blood flow in the brain. And we're not sure all the ways that it works. But it's got a long safety history. The downsides are, it may use more acetylcholine, which is a neurotransmitter. You can eat raw egg yolks or take soy lecithin or some of the supplements that I make have things that increase acetylcholine in it, and it's widely available at Whole Foods or anywhere. Would you have to eat raw egg yolks to get it? If they're lightly cooked, it's okay. But if you burn your egg yolks, you're not really going to get functional calling. It'll be burned. It's damaged by heat. So you go through that and say, that might be one side effect, the other side effect it amplifies caffeine. So you take one of these things, hold on your brain works better. It protects your neurons in low oxygen environments, increases oxygen in the brain, and things work better. I think I like this. And what I switched to in a game changer is I kind of give the dosage and all this is one called aniracetam. And aniracetam is lower stress. It also is the only one that increases memory IO or input output. And I'm a computer science guy, I was a computer hacker by training when I went 300 pounds. And if you can increase the speed that you put something into a computer's memory or you get it out, it radically changes the performance of the whole computer. So faster memory means something. Well, as a human being, if you can find a substance that increases your ability to get things in and out of your memory, when you meditate, you can

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"sandoz" Discussed on Soonish

Soonish

06:29 min | 7 months ago

"sandoz" Discussed on Soonish

"Discovery within the company. We sell his big step, was to open a brand new R&D lab in Kendall square. A stone's throw from MIT, and Biogen, and Genzyme, and the Whitehead institute, and all the other fixtures of the Cambridge BioTech scene. Neither sando's nor ciba geigy had much of a presence in Cambridge. So it would be new territory for the company. This new facility was to be named the Novartis Institutes for biomedical research. And the cella sent Hughes to Cambridge to help build it. The company started with some space inside an existing complex at 100 technology square. But within a few years, they expanded into a much larger space inside the old necco candy factory on Massachusetts avenue. Tom, I wonder if in some ways the decision to set up a new site that was the innovation center for the company, so to speak, was maybe the only way that would have worked, given that it would have been, it would have felt unfair to either the former Sandoz people or the former siba Gigi people if one or the other of them had wound up owning the R&D function. And so you start something new. So that everybody feels like they have some stake in it from the beginning. Yeah, or you could say that you were building something new that would annoy everybody who's in the organization rather than half of them. A funny little story. So years later, I was excited and Basel met with a couple of people I was talking about one guy and I said so are you former Sandoz or former ciba geigy and he says, I am Gigi. It's what he said. So there was still this seba versus Gigi thing going on. He wasn't even see big Geiger. He was Geiger. And this is in like 2006 or 7, right? So it was like, that's great. Yeah, so it's like, let's say there's memory to a lot of these things there. But you're right. And I think that was an important consideration was let's do something that is neither Sandoz or neither ciba geigy. There's no going back. To where you were. There's no point in having one side pretend that there are going to be taking over and dominating over the other. And I think that was clearly the case after we brought in Mark, who is a complete outsider. The mark that Tom Hughes just mentioned was mark fishman. He was a respected cardiologist from Massachusetts general hospital. Visala persuaded him to join the company as nibbler's first president. And right away, it became clear that fishman wasn't going to run nibbler the old fashioned way. You know, in the past, drug companies, particularly Sandoz, which is the one I knew. Would sort of figure out what are the markets that wants to be involved in, how much money it needs to make when it intends to do that. And you'd sort of back calculate from there to figure out what your program should look like and how many of them there should be. And there is this thing called the attrition model that told you how many projects need stage you needed. So it was kind of like loading the wood chipper basically to generate things out the other end that would become projects. And so that led to her siloing, if you will, and competition for resources in the organization that we're focused on disease areas and markets, essentially, franchises. And so what Mark do is say, we need to get rid of all that. And what we'll do instead is we're just going to recognize that diseases come in many different flavors, shapes, and forms. And so we're going to focus instead on the pathways that lead to path physiology, and sure, we'll have disease areas because we need that expertise, but frankly, if we can find a drug that affects a pathway that we know is involved in pathology, there's a disease for it, and we'll figure out how to develop that. And so there's this sort of major sort of like a pivot of the horror organization away from making your numbers to proving that new mechanisms could be of use in impacting human pathophysiology. And this then led to the realization, well, you know what, we need clinical people to be involved in that too because the idea set has to reflect what's known about human pathophysiology. And in order to study it, you need to get access to the right patients so that nibbler would contain everything through proof of concept in humans rather than stopping at the time when that first clinical trial would be done. And so we became a clinical organization, which is something we had never been before. And brought in these amazing finish and scientists to work with us. And it became just a fascinating place to work. And I think that one of the major draws to talent at nibbler at the time, which is critical to success was was that you could come in and if you had the right idea and you could champion that idea and you could martial resources to get there. You know, you could see this through to impact in humans. And that was a radical concept within the field. The really radical part was the idea that the same scientists involved in the fundamentals of drug discovery would get to interact with actual patients. And also the idea that wouldn't hand off a drug candidate to Novartis larger drug development operation until they had seen some evidence that it was going to work in real people. But Hughes says there wasn't universal agreement inside Novartis that the gamble of the cella and fishman were taking was going to pay off. First of all, the research center of gravity for Novartis had always been in Basel and particularly even after the merger with Sanders and sabotage the red across the river from one another in the Rhine runs right through it. It's beautiful, but every drug basically or almost every drug that was paying for all of the investment in nibbler had been discovered or invented in Basel. And the people in Basel were completely a 100% aware of that. And so, you know, there was this, let's say, reluctance and I would argue as well that it's cultural matter that is very important to develop trust and a track record of performance and reliability, particularly for the Swiss people in the company who are just astoundingly good scientists and incredible drug hunters, but.

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"sandoz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 8 months ago

"sandoz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Influential conversations from Bloomberg television Here's Anna Edwards At least welcome to the program the Navajo CEO vas Nara semen Let me start though something in your earnings that are now attract a lot of attention always and that is the performance of the sandor's business Of course you've said you're reviewing what role that particular business that generics business plays You said that in the past do you feel that the performance you've reported today for sandals adds extra pressure on management to resolve the future of that company When you look at Sandoz right now we're entering a period really where we're setting up the business for its next wave of growth Right now in 2022 we expect to stabilize particularly our U.S. business get some of our biosimilars filings on track and then we would expect in the 23 period going forward this business to return to a more attractive growth profile And we're quite excited about that And of course over the course of this year we'll hopefully be able to announce by the end of the year the completion of the strategic review and the path forward for this business I think it's early days in the strategic review We're in the process right now of completing the carve out financials providing the information that counterparties need both from private equity also other potential partners and buyers And we're going to look at all of the proposals we get back over the course of this year I think it's early days to really make a clear decision or clear direction Here more conversations like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings Friday our first look at 2022 jobs I don't know anyone The forecast unemployment to fall as quickly as it has Turned on Bloomberg to get you the numbers and analysis.

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"sandoz" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

01:36 min | 10 months ago

"sandoz" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"The lions have a better point differential than the falcons. So that's why that's why every week when you're like, wait, what? Just not a 5 and thanks for the falcon. Yeah, don't I didn't expect it there. All right, so I'm gonna go with the bills. One because it's home and only because the Patriots are due for a game that's not perfect. I have loved what the Patriots have done over the past two months. But unbelievable Doug knight had a really good PC of the day about how catchable Mac Jones balls are, and basically, guys like Kendrick Bourne, all these guys have career load drop rates because Mac Jones throws a really, really catchable ball. And that to me is interesting, you marry that with the offense that they've built, where basically they're running more in situations where you might pass more than anybody except I think the ravens in the forty-niners who basically their livelihood is through the run game in most cases. So this is a true run first offense. I saw the phrase cup waste going to keep thinking about it a lot. They're winning with Mac Jones because they're pretending that modern football never happened, right? And I think that's a really interesting way to put it. They're putting in position to succeed. It's a masterclass in building around your quarterback. I love it. I'm going with the bills just because I kind of feel like both those teams are due for a statement and maybe the opposite direction just because of how hot they've been the past couple of weeks. And we're in New England. Yeah, so that probably means New England is going to win this thing. I love this quote from Mike Sandoz athletic pick 6 piece that comes out every Monday morning where he talks to just all these different executives. He was trying to size up New England. And the guy goes cool, we're really talking about style points. We don't like a Kansas City team that wins ugly. We don't like New England because we aren't sure they can win a shootout. At some point, you have to ask yourself if you just don't like winning..

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"sandoz" Discussed on MikeyPod

MikeyPod

04:08 min | 11 months ago

"sandoz" Discussed on MikeyPod

"Here. When I became a woman when I became Maria, I was having so much fun, I didn't need any attention. I didn't feel like a loser. So I stopped being negative. I stopped reacting to negative people. I just didn't care. But when I was the dude, I just wanted anybody to listen to me. You know? Yeah. That part of the secret was when I lived a better life when I was happier. I was just, I just handled everything else better. I felt like I was living life away supposed to be. I should be able to be myself to be out with people to meet people to get laid to have fun and to inspire people by just being myself and not being judged. It's great being a girl. People buy you drinks, right? Anything wrong. People like you to be emotional. I mean, yes, yes. Check, checked. Why would I want to go back? I tried. I tried, but I'm a man. I'm invisible. I'm not a lot of say third in certain things. They treat me like they treat. I'm supposed to act a certain way or be a certain way. I'm like, I don't got time for this. I'm Maria. I don't need this. We should listen to another song. Yeah, sure. This one is an original. Yes. Sandoz or sandos? I said this. Sandoz. Yeah, yeah. Is there anything you want to tell us about it before we listen to it? Yes, so there was a pharmaceutical company called Sandoz. That I believe invented LSD. And I was driving with my uncle, who was this crazy guy. And I said, hey, that's where they invented LSD and Sandoz. He said, it's not Sandoz. It's single. This is a completely different thing. I like that. So he live in California. So I'm like, I got to write a song called sandbox. So I wrote the song and the big joke is that with the New Jersey, but I write it as if Sandoz is in like Jamaica. I fight it as if like, hey, go to Sandoz and dance around on the beach, only to find out Sandoz is in New Jersey. But since you're taking LSD, it doesn't matter where you are. So I just created this goofy bit and wrote this song. I love it. Well, let's give it a listen. Okay. Turn those tell me but go to Jamaica some people like to live by sea some people like to mind but if I'm but it's not for me..

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"sandoz" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

Star Wars Sessions

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"sandoz" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions

"This weekend star wars issues game. Each week we end fund star wars themed game and we tonight turns at being the host and this week is my turn. So do you want to know what you're saying. Of course do my boy kusadasi. It's a quiz. Oh we love with cs. Which star was alien. Should be your summer road trip body. Pack ya ready adventure. So you're taking a new next holiday. Yes i really really do. Of course your now will leave. Or you prefer greeks muffin. So she we went over. Will they will leave right this time and i just want to go with an alien how i don't wanna learn online about them was quite noisy. She became the first question is would you watch every episode of star wars resistance twice now. That's not the question the question i need you. Oh this isn't dot. Don't come pick a destination. Hawaii news redwood forests disneyworld toyland. Oh probably the redwoods congress go for. The ripples is lot one in okay. Let's start making a packing list. I was going to need a swimsuit. Some nice dress clothes a sweatshirt awesome shores was again swimsuit. Close post stuff. A sweatshirt awesome shorts. Probably and probably. I'm going to close out i close. Yep yep 'cause i got dinner in that right silos okay. Next gonna wanna pack some footwear. So are going to pick sandoz flip. Flops slippers or hiking boots probably Getting us bob boy hiking boots ago. You know for fats. Off dot ma in some content on my first thought was snip- how is that. Okay here we go. This is an interesting one. What quality do you for in a road trip buddy. Do you want some street smarts. A strategic mind just good company or a no nonsense personality no nonsense personality now. one one. I just a general. Good buddy sony's chatty and cold the third one a good company okay. Yeah good company. Good company who comedy kusama crack. What's kind of playlist. will you need for the road. Dance pop podcasts. Classic rock or the radio be just fine. Oh oh that's a hard one. I listened to so much staff probably podcasts. But then you gotta have. You gotta have yay gone. What will go poke because because you even got pocus of music in it. Nowadays slot radio shows. It's we'll we'll do that would it up. It's locked in there are few more. What star was here. Would you pick up a psycho. What star wars heroes would. You didn't make sense. What stone was here or would you pick to split up the driving duties. You have to pick one of these. Two shared a driving layer demand laurean han solo or anikin skywalker to share driving duties..

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"sandoz" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"sandoz" Discussed on Can We Health You?

"That was a an announcement that supposedly out. That's kind of the like donnybrook acid and it was attributed to famed. Dj wavy gravy. But did he actually say it was actually bad. So we'll find out later. okay. A brown acid. You don't remember hearing that. I don't we color brown like acid pieces of paper because they're little squares right like the break off a sheet. Yes yes and i think oftentimes said they were unlike sugarcubes. Dropped on sugar okay. Liquid dropped onto a sugar started to evolve to be con- piece like a piece of paper a little square that you recall. Yes i mean. I've seen them before. So how did acid find. Its way to the peace in love music festival that was woodstock in nineteen sixty nine but its journey. There began in the laboratory. Swiss chemist albert hoffman in nineteen. Thirty eight acid is the layman's term for the lethargic acid i'd maybe also known as l. t. right so chemical combination yep Yes allergic asset nice. No it's not nice anyway. So hoffman synthesized it in nineteen thirty eight but he didn't realize that it was hallucinogenic or it had hallucinogenic properties until nineteen forty three when he ingested a small amount and he at that point preceived quote extraordinary shapes with intense kaleidoscopic play of colors well what did he do with it from nineteen thirty eight to nineteen forty three. Not sure what did he do with it. Listen let us know if you now have you know so. Lsd was used experiments by psychiatrists through the forties fifties and sixties while researchers failed to discover any medical use for the drug the free samples supplied by sandoz pharmaceuticals for the experiments were distributed. Broadly leading to wide use. So i guess people that were like in these in these trials were like here. You know here friends. Oh my god. So during the fifties and sixties the cia began a program called m. k. Ultra were. They experimented with lsd and other substances on both volunteers and unwitting subjects. Believed that lsd can be used as a psychological weapon in the cold war. Hypnosis shock therapy interrogation other dubious mind control techniques were also part of m. k. Ultra can you imagine on wings wild. You think something you think you're going to die for sure for like no reason. What did i eat and then back then. I don't know how what their control what's right lake. I can't even imagine so. It was also in the early nineteen sixty s that harbor professors timothy leary and richard alpert began experimenting with psychedelics with the intent of understanding their effects on people. So richard alpert is actually meant might be better known as rom dos to some people So he and timothy timothy leary. I don't know him personally timothy leary. Sounds like me. And tim so he and timothy leary. Yeah took it themselves and they really got experience to this like kind of almost profound spirit like they on a different spiritual plane mean. They just like blew their minds. One of the experiments the to conducted was called the good friday experiment. Which i found. This is an interesting one where ten divinity school students were given suicide then and another ten.

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"sandoz" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"sandoz" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"He broke ariston college tourney 2017 fractured vertebrae concussions colin. You should know better yet. this morning. You look right. And i look wrong. But what were the colts going to do. Role in andy dalton. You're not getting past mahomes in the afc and lamar jackson in baltimore. You're not getting even baker mayfield josh allen. I'm not sure. You're getting past miami or ryan tannehill. You gotta go for it. Yeah this morning injury prone carson wentz looks like a risk not worth taking and for that. I will give the critics a tip of the hat this morning. But i still would've made the move. I still would have done it. Where colin was right. Mike sandoz a great reporter for the athletic every year. He brings out his quarterback tears he interviews fifty executives coaches coordinators. And he puts quarterbacks in tears to was twenty ninth best baker mayfield. And this is what i've said was seventeenth in the end to it and baker. Neither one has a physical trait or ability that is exceptional baker. Got a pretty good arm. But he's small. He's not overly athletic. He can have poor judgment and two. he's accurate. I wouldn't deny that. Not very big average arm not overly athletic. The top executives in the league were holding honestly and to was in the final tier middle..

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"sandoz" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"sandoz" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Me. I don't want to sit here as as and by this. This is the one spot where i defend him. And he's addressing it. Okay here's here th that one. I defend him on is you. Don't give me a say on any personnel. Any coaches and by the way. He's not a gm but you should. You should probably tell him if you're going to get rid of quarterback coach or in camp when you're down to the last four or five cuts of it's a receiver. You should probably ask for a tight end. Just ask him like aaron. This is not a player. That's going to change the outcome of games. Who are you more comfortable with. I think that's where you go to star quarterback and you know it's like if lebron lebron loves alex caruso then keep alex cruiser or is it good enough player to lebron loves playing with them. You're not asking him on. All the personnel moves. But so here's errands second bite. There wasn't a draft day thing. There were conversations for a number of months leading up to that osa draft adding what basically happened was then. They said We'll give you some really some money. Now let's sable toasted money to ad said from the star wasn't about the money obviously didn't show up for the off season program or many camp to me was bigger than this was about trying to be a resource for organization that i care about and love so much. That's a good bite to good bite. Hey i'm here. I'm a resource. Don't treat me like a guy you got this. These are well. Thought out these two bites. I can't disagree with them now. People will say well if my work. You're not aaron rodgers. I hear this. All the time with simone biles. It was a well. I couldn't quit if you work at home depot. You're not the world's greatest gymnast nothing home depot. But you're not aaron rodgers errands great. He's a hall of famer so what he is saying is don't treat me like just a guy. If folks in the parking garage at fox executives get parking spots they're not treated executives like a guy they get their own parking spots they can eat. They get a better restaurant to eat out on campus here. So aaron judge saying i'm pretty good here. I play the most important position. I'm arguably the best in the world at it certainly in the class. I love the city. I love the team. I'm totally invested. I want wanna say the first two bites that. I've heard i'm i'm team erin on those two. We're editing. by the way he has such a aaron rodgers needs to be an actor at some point. He looks he's got this sort of walked into town with a brain in an attitude. He just looks. You know what. I think is impressive about his press conferences. That he's not emotional. I think it's very important when you're talking about something that you care about deeply and you're trying to communicate where you're coming from that you don't allow yourself to get super emotional because then you lose track of the point that you're trying to make. He's very very calm in his delivery. It's important. I want ten more bite. Editors get on most of the show. I want bites be sure to catch live. Additions of the heard weekdays at noon eastern not. Am pacific on fox sports radio s one and the iheartradio app me. Parker check out my weekly. Mlb podcast inside the parker for twenty two minutes of pipe in hop baseball talk featuring the biggest names in newsmakers in the sport whether you believe in analytics or the eye test we've got all the bases covered new episodes drop every thursday. So do yourself a favor and listened to inside the partner with rob parker on the i heart radio app or wherever you get your podcast live. 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Npr's in a different special guest contributor every week or this is americans live now worship leaders. Americans live on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Whatever you listen to podcasts. Well ferguson missouri. Activists found her son hanging from a tree and police are ruling at a suicide but the mother believes it was a lynching he was napped suicidal from double asterisk. Now this and iheart radio comes an unforgettable new investigative podcast series after the uprising. All episodes are available. Now listen today on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you find your podcasts. Her you know about prints biggie. Mick jagger dusty springfield marvin gaye miles davis. This isn't about them. This is about a girl a podcast about women who stories have been eclipsed by the legends of famous partners. I'm michaela note the host of about a girl season two. I'm a performer writer. And visual artist in i know a thing or two about complex winning as why. I'm so excited to tell you. These amazing true story of twelve people who helped shape some of the greatest music of the modern era. These women whose lives were profoundly affected but not defined by the relationships to larger than life icons they inspired and they were inspired and they are all coming at you in two of about a girl about a girl is produced by double elvis partnership with iheartradio. Listen to about a girl on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. So mike sandoz a senior writer for the athletic Selector for the pro football hall of fame covered the nfl for twenty five years. He talks to fifty coaches and evaluator waiters. He rates thirty four quarterbacks tier one and tier four. We've talked about this. It's the one thing that comes out every year. And i think it's kind of the bible because i love this position. I just i'm just into it. I was a terrible highschool quarterback. But i've loved the position forever and i hold it to a certain level of esteem in the world of sports. I mean there's the international goal score and soccer. There's the quarterback there's star in the nba and to me. That's the royal family of global sports. So mike sandoz. Joining us live as aaron. Rodgers is talking today in green bay. He's got a lot of things to say so. Aaron mahomes finished tied for first. I'm a little surprised by that. Because aaron can be off putting. I think to some executives and coaches because of his personality. Were you surprised erin finished. I know i was actually relieved. Because i didn't want some outlier guys saying you know like the even the last couple of years when the packers production wasn't as good he was still getting at worst forty six swans. You know people in elite understand. They know all the stuff he does even have some advantages over mahomes just based on experience and be able to see the whole game and become timeouts and shuffling the personnel in and out east. He he's everything. It's amazing to me mike. The quality of quarterback play. I would have had dak lower tier two. But i've i've always said i think he's about twelve people around the league. Look at him as like nine. I don't have a problem with it but it's fascinating cuyler. Murray small josh allens hughes to shawn watson runs aaron rodgers runs a little brady doesn't run at all when you compare this to previous years. I feel like this is the best quarterback play in my life in.

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"sandoz" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"sandoz" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"A handful of guys that on Mike Sandoz list I just had to put unknown big. Thanks to Mike Sando. He joined us on the show that going up CBS Sports radio. Dot com. I gotta get to the college football thing. First, from the very get go and we'll take your calls. 855 to 1 to four. CBS will take your calls on your thoughts of it, according to what Was reported earlier today by Pete Family. Another mid American conference today. They've already canceled their full sports schedule. They say they're going to try to play college football in the spring. According to Pete Family. Big 10 presidents are meeting today they are considering or that what is on the table. Is that they would cancel football for the fall, impossibly moved to spring. Gordon. What we see from the Big 10 commissioner. There are reports out that he Courtesy of the Detroit Free Press. The Big 10 commissioner prefer spring college football season. Now let me break this down. A couple of different ways won a lot of people going to talk about covert. We are obsessed with covert. We're talking about Cove. It rightfully so in a lot of ways, it's something that we should take seriously. I have to remain cynical. I have to remain Questioning these type of things, because I think there's something else at hand here. And I'm not getting a lot of pushback on it. And I know that they bring up the spring schedule and I I hope it's about Kobe. I hope it's about health. I hope it's about the safety of people involved. I really do hope it's about that. I do. But I'm just not convinced it's all about that. I think that Yeah, they do care someone about it. Yes, sure. Absolutely. More. I think about this, the more I think that there is a turd on that punch bowl, and that turd was laid in there or around this time last week when the Pac 12 had their players have a list of demands. Even to the Pac 12 presidents. I got a bad feeling that that's part of this. You know, the big 10. Some of those players followed suit. I just thought it was really interesting that today I see a report. Courtesy of ESPN is well, a stadium that Big 10 players from the Ohio State University have said, Hey, we're good. We love the guidelines. We are ready to play. It happens today as the president's air about Teo me in the Big 10. Something doesn't seem right. Something seems a little off. So it makes me wonder about that type of thing. If this is about and I do think there's a percentage of it what it is. I'm not sure there. There is a concern about people. There's a concern about health and safety. And it will. Certainly I'm sure we'll get the people in here so they can. They're 22 year old athletes. They're they're healthy horses. They'd be perfectly fun. I know, man. I know more than likely. Yeah, they'd be perfectly fine. And we've been talking about it for a while. It takes this one. Even if it were one. I don't know if that were to happen. Hell. I gushed. This is an ugly conversation to have. But we have to have it is that there are guys who die of heatstroke every year. At high school and college football and it keeps going And I would wonder even if a person were to die from this in college football. It would maybe keep going. But when we're talking about a list of demands from players where they want compensation were they want equitable treatment. One. That's a little bit too much for the university presidents. They think, Okay, we'll wait. Maybe we'll wait till spring. Their schools that could afford it. Their schools that really can I talk to Dennis Dodd about this. Cautious would've been Thursday. There's a clip that he has. I put Hickey on the spot. Hickey when you got the Yukon clip going, tell me. But when we talked to Dennis Dodd Of CBS sports who's done a remarkable job covering all of this. He does a remarkable job regardless. We asked him about college football. For an example of Georgia there $100 million in reserves, they'll be able to make it through this. Ohio State, Clemson, Oklahoma. Alabama Ellis you more likely the usual suspects. They'll be fine. They'll be fine with this lot of teams in the Big 10 will be fine with us. That's why, you know, I wonder about this. The Mac in the Mid American conference when they're when they're saying, Well, we we might not be able to play football and now they're saying that they're not going to play football on the floor. They're going to try the spring. I believe that testing is expensive. Testing that many people is expensive. The protocols are very expensive for that. There's a lot of things that they have to think of. And if they're not gonna be able to allow fans a lot of those places look at the state of Ohio, the state that I'm in right now. The state of Ohio. Right now, we're still discussing whether or not there's going to be fans of professional football games, whether there can be fans that Major league baseball games in the big boys where they get paid to play. When you look at colleges, and when you look at schools that's a ton different and those organizations in Major league baseball NFL N BA NHL, they have the wherewithal they have the funds to be able to do that. Not a lot of college places can win the mid American conference that has BG Toledo you Miami of Ohio, Akron Kent State that six right off the top of my fingers that I can think of in the Mid American conference, and I'm sure I'm forgetting one in there. Well, they have that many that are in that state. This makes this a better decision to make because if they start a season in February, it is terribly cold in Ohio in February, especially in northeast Ohio, where I'm at And I would imagine Northwest Ohio is the same way so you can put but bowling green in Toledo in this, but I went to Akron. I'm from Northeast Wall more than likely die in northeast Ohio. And I said this last hour and I'll say this again. Ah, lot of people say, January is the month that sucks. Would you get that polar vortex in February up here, folks, and it gets to 10 below and it could stay that way for 56 even seven days at times, If if February were a person, I would stab it to death in an alley. I swear to you on my Children. If they want to start football in that Who you go. Right on ahead, buddy. You all right on ahead. I wonder if this is more reaction to that. Not to Cove it as much. What more towards.

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"sandoz" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"sandoz" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I mean, you're getting into a territory where Guys are either getting a hit or walking at very disturbing rates. And they've just got issues from top to bottom in that bullpen. It really does look that way. And that was the problem again last night, But the offense did more than enough against Wade. Miley really, who had no chance against the Cubs, anything he tried to Teo do at the bottom of the zone. The Cubs were just squaring up time and time again, really, from the word go, so the offense did its job and built up a fair enough lead, but I don't blame any cup fan that feels like they're get their stomach is going to be in knots. And I know just on our tax chain, which features a couple of Cubs fans Merkin and Sylvie that there's a lot of angst. Watching these games in the bullpen comes in for sure there's gonna be install year so I'm just part and parcel of what Kyle Cubs are going to be. Hopefully they're going to have big leads, and they don't need to rely on guys from extended innings. Hendricks start was perfect for me just pitched the whole time pitched the whole game nine innings. I'll take it. Hey, when rent Korea got sick yesterday, Now he's right. You heard the news. But before you heard the news How many covert cheerleaders out there. Do you think we're hoping that he had called there? What is this? That people are hoping that's what I'm asked. I'll brand our buddy tweeted something like that. The other guy got some blowback afore. It doesn't make a difference. But there are people out there cheering for chaos. I I don't know why I'm just telling you there there. Are you cheering ever? Yeah. So you've got to be so a sick puppy cheering for you if you are, yes, but no, there are no sea psychologist actively rooting for this baseball season not to be able to make It through, and that would bode poorly for them the football season a psychologist or psychiatrist, which one do you want to see? What's the difference? It's like an ophthalmologist and optometrist. What the hell's the difference? I have no idea what could do surgery in one candidate got ask Cap. His brother is an optometry, right? Was that an ophthalmologist? Take care. See? I don't I don't know. Yeah, no idea. But I mean, who's rooting for CASS? I don't understand this and people were jumping all over, Kyle. We're going to try to get him on this week when he tweeted love, Kyle. I do, too. I love him. He's a great guy. Great friendship with a man senses with the man senses. You know what I'm saying? When you read you feel with the lay of the land is and what you're getting. Yeah. You know what you feel when you read it in your hearing it in. You're communicating with people. You know what you feel? I was relieved when Ricky Renteria text you know, when I was relieved when I saw that, not one Phillies player tested positive Now the visiting one of the visiting clubhouse guys who was around the Marlins, Of course. Got it. What do you expect? But not one Phillies player like that's a good sign. Then I say, thank goodness And then five days later, I'd like him all tested again. You have to be because there's absolutely no but it's a good start for now, right? Absolutely have will continue to be tested your bars, But I don't understand this rooting for chaos and hoping that cove it happens to rule. Why? I don't know. I wish I knew. Alright, let's we'll grab some more calls when we come back. Are you rooting for chaos and be honest with us? If you are try to explain The logic behind it. 3123323776 plus one big time Bears defensive player has opted out. We will discuss that. And something that we briefly touched on yesterday, but really didn't dive too deep into was Mike Sandoz quarterback to your rankings at the athletic A man when you read what some of the coaches slash personnel people told them about the Bears quarterback room. You want to talk about making you cringe? It's going to make you cringe. Unfortunately, bears fans. We'll get into all of that coming up. Lots to do. Don't go anywhere. It's Carmen and your co listeningto.

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Netflix is Hollywood

Land of the Giants

05:03 min | 2 years ago

Netflix is Hollywood

"Where are we? We are in Los Angeles. We're about to turn onto sunset. Boulevard Hollywood maybe in Hollywood. Okay, so we're. We're approaching. Hollywood hills. Really Tall Palm Trees. So should we explain why we're? We're driving through sunset radio. There's a bunch of billboards here, right? That's what we're. Getting at. Less Ronnie our producers, etc piled, a newborn, took a drive down Hollywood's main drag. It's a traffic jam packed with billboards promoting new TV shows and movies. I've been covering the business of media for a long time, so I served as tour guide for this trip, but Ronnie is a data reporter who mainly writes about tech companies. She doesn't typically pay a lot of attention to what's going on in Hollywood. Here, we have a a the crown net flicks up on the right. Have you watched any of the crown yet? I have not. On the left we have marriage story billboard. This is a Scarlett Johansson. I don't think I want to watch that. You may not be the right person for streaming roddy in a row. We got the Irishman. That's Scorsese's film and then DOLEMITE is my name. Reading that right. Alfie, these are both movies. They're both movies. You can see on Netflix Sega. Any of these this is this is a worthwhile trip for learning. What's on Netflix? You could just actually go to your browser. Are these like already outer. These are like I don't know. Someone like hermetically sealed raising. A drive down, sunset isn't just a chance for Ronnie to see what's coming on. TV, it's a way to watch Hollywood talking to itself, these billboards are messages which are very much directed at Hollywood except now. netflix's doing most of the talking. Stranger things net flix. The politician. Net flicks, one billboard tuna flexible work three Netflix. Netflix well years ago when Netflix was first getting into its own programming. Executive there told me that because they were tech company. They didn't have to do things that traditional media companies do like renting billboards, so it could show big-name talented netflix serious about Hollywood. That guy turns out was wrong. Netflix has decided loves billboards so much that it went out and bought some for itself, and now the company owns many of the signs on the Strip. This, you still look like before streaming. That's one of the main ideas we keep running across as we're working on the series, it's almost impossible to imagine what the world like before Netflix. Even though that time was just a few years ago. If you didn't know any better, you'd think. Netflix's has always been a huge part of Hollywood. Syphilis can be fatal to your baby free. Check that out not flick show. UNCLEAR UNCLEAR? Welcome the land of the giants. The NETFLIX's effect. I'm Peter Coffee. Today. We're talking about how NETFLIX's. Would outsider that no one took seriously took over the town and change the lives of the people in it. Are the CO founder and CEO of Net flicks. I'm going to conduct this interview netflix style. I'M GONNA. Have like five questions you're GonNa love and five thousand. You've never heard. Today. It's given it. NETFLIX's remade. The media. World to companies becomes so omnipresent in our lives that CEO Reed. Hastings even counts as a sort of celebrity. He's a big enough deal for a guest spot Stephen Colbert. You're like one of the big one of those big new media disruptors. Why did the entertainment industry need to be disrupted? Just for the fun of it. On this happened really quickly. We talked to Kim Masters veteran show business journalist at the Hollywood reporter who said that a decade ago Netflix's was an afterthought for big media companies newcomers from Silicon Valley or anywhere else did not strike fear in the hearts of moguls. There's a thing that happens in Hollywood. Which is the outsiders come in, and they think boy. There's a lot of stupid rules in Hollywood and people sure do dumb stuff, but we're going to be much smarter than these idiots, and then they get kilt. It turns out that Netflix was the exception to the rule. It didn't get killed at one. And NETFLIX's did it with Hollywood's help. You can trace all this back to two thousand eight, which is when Netflix's really broken into streaming by getting his hands on a bunch of blockbuster movies for a bargain, Ben, price, it had made a deal with stars premium cable channel. Let netflix's stream always rate movies from Sony and Disney so stars had created the service called Vong which nobody listening to this podcast is GonNa Remember, but there was a service before Netflix's. That was streaming. Streaming movies called. Longo Van Gogh was losing seventy million dollars a year. Rich Greenfield is an analyst with light shed partners. He's been following digital media closely for years, and in walks, Reed Hastings in Ted Sandoz and says hey will take that streaming content. You could sub-licensed to us and we'll pay you. Tens of millions of dollars Netflix's use it as the base to build their streaming service, versus what was historically just a DVD service. And the rest is they say is history.

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"sandoz" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

06:54 min | 2 years ago

"sandoz" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Could do the next 10 minutes on Vanderpump rules, although I don't want to get drawn into cancel culture that shone out way too toxic plus Want to go old school jumped the shark. Is that still a thing, though? I think tank two years ago when they took their talents to the valley. Nobody cared. The whole point. That show was they were young. Having a good time out on the town. Now they've become too Suburban back to sports. Sandoz Shuffle Tiger documentary should be a good look for him Signed fat losers that by Hawks golf gear and posted on social media. Well, that's unnecessary. I bought a shirt from nation Gulf and there was accused of sucking up to the executive producer. Can we mention the name or not? I'll keep moving on the fill in guy quality gear. No promo code. I want you to pay full retail webs. I agree with Adam Hawks Tiger, Take Eldrick wasn't raised to be a normal human being At least his dad. Let him eat a big Mac. Sincerely, Todd Marinovich. Applesauce all didn't go marijuana bitch there. S a sports talk. Okay. One more observation on the email front, and then we'll get to college football and I have a weakness. My biggest vice is placating G often Lincoln, but Apparently, I have no standards anymore. I've just given up in the quarantine. I know Don't remind me about the optics on Twitter. Be Web, the email reads. My vice in the pandemic is that I always abandon my wife and kids to golf, which could be considered a silver lining. See what I did there regards. My weaknesses are my strengths guy. At the job interview. I have certainly done that. You know if I had to think about my biggest flaws I just care too much about the job. Friday. 5 p.m. That means nothing to me. I have a hard time leaving work at work. Remember? We're goingto work was a thing. I don't think that's coming back for a long time. Nor do I think we're going to see college football anytime soon. So today was supposed to be day two of SEC media days, traditionally marking college football is unofficially back. Very quietly after the undisputed heavyweight champ of college football, the Southeastern Conference announced understandably so the media couldn't get together. And throw softball questions at the SEC head coaches. They were going to be held virtually well. A week ago, SEC announced no media days at all. They're hitting the pause button. Why? I don't think they want thes coaches being peppered with questions. They don't have an answer for pandemic or no pandemic. These things typically are brutal. Did we really need the prospect if it was virtually held off Nick Saban droning on a lousy microphone on a zoom call about all the reasons we in the media are overrating his tide or about Mike Leach. Did you hear he likes pirates. Who shiver me timbers. Lane Kiffin rocking the ray bands virtually because his future so bright he's gotta wear shades. He's back in the S e C. Well, I gotta go. That didn't happen. What happened instead? Yesterday was a meeting off the athletic directors in the S E. C. And the takeaway, as expressed by the commissioner, Greg Sang Qi was not good. And he talked In terms of the real world That's going to make the decision for him and the athletic director's and the university presidents in the S E. C. It's all about Safety and health. And Mortality rates and hospitalizations so we can get immersed in football because we love it so much, but this is not a sports decision. Thank e said he's concerned about the college football season being held it all is very high. So where do we stand now? With all of these moving parts to try to process well? Right now. I don't need to hear from a college football coach because they don't have any answers that are going to be satisfactory. Candidly. They don't know Maur than Legion. We're all guessing him. When you put these folks in these situations They don't necessarily color themselves with glory. He had my gun D a couple months ago, effectively saying his players how to come back on campus because they were important to the economic recovery of Oklahoma. He said. The quiet part out loud. We're making money off these kids who don't get paid. We need them back on campus, or Jim Harbaugh saying Copen, 19 wasn't caused by football. And there's no expert view. The sports is going to make it worse. Actually true. But a name. Thank you, Dr Harbaugh. Why these coaches talking? Why are former coaches talking? Well, the answer is there are too many shows We all have time to fill, and we're all looking for Content. But somebody picked up the phone and dug up Lou Holtz, who decided to go World War two with his reference. Pointing out that This country went to Normandy to liberate France. And I think the link Wass there was risk on D Day so there could be risk playing college football. I didn't follow logically. I think he was trying to make a point there. Lou, apparently forgetting the virus doesn't wear uniform. Sending in the Marines isn't going to help. I am rooting openly for the return of non League college football, all of college sports when I'm not here. My primary job is working as a television play by play announcer calling everything from Basketball the watcher polo When there's a T in there, if we don't have sports paying, the bills becomes challenging. So I want to take on the notion, and some of it's being pushed out there by the usual suspects just looking to monetize Animosity that there's a big chunk of us quote unquote in the media. Rooting for the virus somehow were reveling in the fact that we're not gonna have sports That's his dome is the same people trying to play doctor on the radio. Off course we need sports. If we don't have sports, we may not have a living. So where do we stand right now? I think it's going to be region by.

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"sandoz" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"sandoz" Discussed on WTOP

"To secure thirty million tablets from Sandoz and one million tablets from Bayer of hydroxyl or Glenn and Clarke when which are potential covert nineteen treatments and we authorized the tells new decontamination machines which can each sterilize thousands of essential and ninety five mass for reuse everyday Georgia tech scholar and health expert Pinar keys can know Jack tells WTOP testing is giving experts new eyes on the problem of one point the new that there was a fire going on you are trying to fight that fire but we did not have IT with visibility about the rise of firewalls how big it was and how quickly it was spreading in what direction so with the increased testing available hopefully they will be able to channel our efforts you're now being asked to prepare for at least another month of severe economic and social disruption with schools and businesses closed and public life up ended one in three Americans remains under states of local government orders to stay home more now on what's happening locally the leaders of Maryland Virginia and DC as we just discussed discussed have all issued formal stay at home orders and people who don't comply could face fines or even time behind bars here's what you can do during the stay at home orders in DC Virginia and Maryland go to the grocery store take your dog for a walk or take a walk yourself if you need medical attention you can see a doctor you've got a prescription or something you have to pick up from the drug store you can do that as well in Virginia the stay at home order took effect immediately in Maryland it starts tonight at eight so less than an hour and as always you can find out more at WTOP dot call the Carroll County health department says there's a second death there from covert nine the man was a resident of pleasant view nursing home he had underlying medical conditions he was older than eighty that's the second death at that facility pleasant view Mount Airy is also reporting an additional eleven positive virus cases that brings to seventy seven the number of people at the facility who are fighting that disease meantime there are now more than twenty eight hundred confirmed cases of corona virus in Maryland Virginia and DC there have been nearly fifty deaths from the virus in our area the U. S. capitol will remain closed through may first that's a month longer than anticipated the joint statement from the house and Senate sergeant at arms means access will be limited to members staff media and official visitors seven twenty three now to the district for the mayor says it's difficult to accurately forecast how many residents of the nation's capital will eventually be infected by covered ninety DC mayor Muriel Bowser says there are a lot of models showing what the toll of covert nineteen will be four in putting our data in those models as well but the mayor says the crisis is far from over and I'll say this that we haven't seen the peak of the spread of the infection in the district we have not seen the peak of hospitalizations and sadly likely we have not seen the peak of people who will succumb to the disease the log in staying WTOP news worldwide close to seven hundred twenty five thousand cases of corona virus have been reported America's intelligence agencies are trying to figure out how the cases are affecting other countries as the first wave of covert nineteen continues to sweep the world modern countries are struggling to deal with it but the most concerning issue according to intelligence officials and experts are spoken to around the world are developing countries those with overcrowded populations and under funded medical enterprises and then there are the places that are simply not reporting the cases because of other political ideologies or because they simply don't have the means of testing that's JJ green WTOP is national security correspondent still ahead how Johnson and Johnson is now involved in the fight against coronavirus stolen Volkswagen invites you to the sign then drive not.

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"sandoz" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"sandoz" Discussed on 790 KABC

"You have to really great job thank you Steve so the pharmaceutical company Sandoz that has been working with us very closely and as Alex mentioned a little bit thirty million doses of the hydroxy Tarquin to the United States government and given and bears donated one million doses of the clerk went which will soon be distributed to states and state health officials around the country to have a pharmaceuticals is also donating six million doses of hydroxy Clark went to U. S. hospitals six million doses so the private sectors you say Steve it's been amazing what's happened really amazing and we're going to introduce you to some of the greatest business executives in the world today no matter where you go and they go to say a little bit about what they're doing and then we have so many more the FDA is also authorized the details N. ninety five respirator mask sterilization kits it's an incredible thing I've been asking why are we throwing these masks away you look at some of these masks on their significant pieces of equipment and I say how come you throw away why are they using sterilization techniques and I got a call from Mike DeWine the governor of Ohio and he's a tremendous guy tremendous governor and he said we have a company name but deal and they have a hard time getting approval from the FDA and I called up Dr Han and within a very short period of time to get the approval save we really appreciate I want to thank Mike and I want to thank Steve and they're gonna be able each machine now can disinfect one hundred and twenty thousand masks per day I think of that each machine can disinfect one hundred and twenty thousand masks per day it'll be just like a new one it could go up to about twenty times for each basket so each basket go through this process twenty times and they have to an Ohio one in New York and one will soon be shipped to Seattle Washington and also to Washington DC so that's going to make a tremendous difference on the masks this morning I spoke to our nation's governors to help each day get the medical supplies they need and yesterday vice president Mike pence asked our nation's hospitals to begin reporting total bed capacity I see you bed capacity ventilator capacity and vital medical supply levels on a daily basis and Mike thank you for the great job thank you very much in New York the two thousand nine hundred bed hospital under construction which is now completed they completed it in three days you might say three and a half days at the Javits center will be completed today will be and when you look so they're going up I think we're gonna be adding some more beds which will be completed today and we've opened up with cigars are boxed M. I. has blown around and it's my one thing I can't get away with the.

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Pharmaceutical company Sandoz to pay $195 million to resolve price-fixing, bid-rigging charges

America First

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Pharmaceutical company Sandoz to pay $195 million to resolve price-fixing, bid-rigging charges

"Pharmaceutical company Sandoz has agreed to pay a one hundred ninety five million dollar penalty to resolve criminal charges of conspiring to fix generic drug prices justice department officials said the company for years conspired with other drug makers to raise

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Pharmaceutical company Sandoz to pay $195 million to resolve price-fixing, bid-rigging charges

America First

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

Pharmaceutical company Sandoz to pay $195 million to resolve price-fixing, bid-rigging charges

"Pharmaceutical company Sandoz has agreed to pay a one hundred ninety five million dollar penalty to resolve criminal charges of conspiring to fix generic drug prices justice department officials said the company for years conspired with other drug makers to

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"sandoz" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"sandoz" Discussed on KTRH

"Station well the shift in medlar show is moved from the house to the cynics and Eric sharp it's one thirty on newsradio seven forty can T. R. H. with traffic and weather together let's check in with plain drops so plenty of rain showers this early morning hours especially to the southeast about definitely a larger screen use caution we did have an earlier action aligned heights in one spot and gore effects fade cleared stalled vehicle moved to the shoulder sixty nine north bodies last four and some high water reported along the ECM southbound what I'd like drunks the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic so what is the forecast showers Sandoz chance of a shower or thunderstorm for the rest of the overnight lows of around fifty eight as we get into Thursday the chance of rain will taper off by the afternoon about twenty percent hi this Thursday sixty four right now it is cloudy and sixty and the K. T. R. H. lastly gaming twenty four hour weather center H. news time one thirty what our top story well the first day of opening arguments in the Senate impeachment trial has seen Democrat Adam Schiff and Jerry Nadler are going why they think president trump should be removed from office each side is getting twenty four hours to make a case Harvey Weinstein six crime trial is underway in lower Manhattan prosecutors delivering opening statements and they went on for several hours yesterday describing winds dean is a rapist and a predator who is so powerful that they say his victims were afraid to say no and the Oakland Raiders are now officially Las Vegas raiders team owner mark Davis made the announcement at a Wednesday press conference just outside the brand new a legion stadium in Las Vegas our next update is at two o'clock breaking information as it happens now it's time for more of coast to coast AM with George nori Aymeric sharp newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. did you know the customers using natural gas can fade up to hundreds of dollars per year and the natural gas costs less to operate than electricity oil and propane home with natural gas appliances.

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"sandoz" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"sandoz" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"We're talking to and Blake Tracy Executive Director of International Coalition for Drug Awareness. Now this is I we keep talking about serotonin levels and Serotonin of the Serotonin got some serotonin issues. I and I need to know okay. So who's that so go ahead and give us a medical class here on Serotonin and why we care well. The problem apparently was that somehow the the nickname the shortcut for Serotonin was five. ht but for Serotonin metabolism lives him. It was five H. I. A.. They didn't distinguish between the two. They thought when one went up the other one went up. serotonin metabolism is. Actually what is low in depression in violent crime and suicide and everything everything else. We've been talking about. So they mix the two and said they just cut it straight to Serotonin you want to be able to do as metabolites serotonin which turns into Melatonin to help you to sleep. which is why you can't sleep on these drugs And so it was confusion there apparently but let me give you just a little bit of history the street this was introduced by the same company who produced LSD at the request of the CIA They had gone. They took eighty percent of their initial budget. That the I did send a couple of agents off off to Switzerland to buy up all the LSD that Sandoz pharmaceutical had that they were marketing as way to chemically induced insanity. Andy so the doctors could find out how insanity is produced but when he lied Linley leap put out the synthetic version of LSD that they the CIA needed to use for their mind control. Projects axe that drug instantly became a cure for mental illness. A cure for alcoholism and then aid cycle analysis so it just got a whole new wardrobe. Wow okay yeah so this so keep keep in mind that this is the same company that started marketing PROZAC and when they even before they did their own mm scientists team to them and said we've got a problem here because it looks like drugs actually causing suicide. They had the scientist wrote a memo which we found later to using court cases saying well we can't afford to lose PROZAC. The company just financially can't afford to walk away from all the.

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"sandoz" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"sandoz" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Yes it's a you have to to work with the buffet table as I like to put it and you know showing these preliminary numbers that yeah we're up a little bit pulmonary it showing you that you know the buffet table of the woods where the deer eating there's still enough food for them but when they start kind angered congregating like you said the fifth point fifteen acre you gotta hunt you know fifty dear while thanksgiving dinner table for the deer out there sure dries up pretty quick and then the wind up starving or running around getting hit by cars it's separate mean it's it's a really vicious cycles but our over all our deer population is excellent I think yeah I agree you know its management is is looking to affect change either up or down and try to keep things in balance so sometimes walk in that tight rope about you know what's the right number of deer it's easy to get side tracked but we're we're trying to keep the herd with land within you know what what is a good number for the range so they can be in good health but we're also trying to manage this harvest so that so that we're taking adequate numbers of of female deer in keeping that hurting balance the the the end product of that is is having a good age structure within our deer population for both Bucks Sandoz than a by product of that is that we see a lot of really nice big Bucks hello I'm seeing a lot of trail camp well you know you guys are doing a great job I I see that in and it's just like the you know the **** the fisheries people you know they they pull back because there's not enough four debaters the forge base increases they increase a little bit you know it's it's a give and take and you know maybe you can manage your backyard from with rabbits and you know birds company a bird feeder think about trying to manage a hundred and two counties have the right number yes okay pressing myself a hundred and two counties in a state that has a gazillion miles of square miles of space it's not an easy job and what you're doing a heck of a job doing it let me tell you what I appreciate you helping you doing it well thanks so much and you know telling people about the pulmonary artery harvests and we're gonna keep people posted every weekend this when we get the report from you so they they they see what's going on as well as the firearm and you know down to the rest of the year okay all right thank you thanks for coming on the show you're listening you're listening to Chauncey atrocities great outdoors you know once we know the outdoors.

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Nevada execution blocked after drugmaker protests use of its sedative

All Things Considered

04:37 min | 4 years ago

Nevada execution blocked after drugmaker protests use of its sedative

"Live from npr news in washington i'm deal willman president trump and german chancellor angela merkel held bilateral talks today during the nato gathering in brussels speaking through an interpreter mirko said she was grateful for discussions with trump let me say that i'm a very seasoned jazz for the exchanges us at indeed community to have an exchange about economic on pursue such as migration and also the future of a chafee nations earlier in the day trump blasted germany for its joint natural gas line venture with russia's saying merkel's government is captive to that country a nevada judge has delayed an execution because the drug maker has objected to one of its products being used as part of the lethal injection npr's aina jaffe reports that scott raymond dosier was scheduled to be executed tonight in the northern nevada town of ille if the decision holds this would be the first time that an execution has been halted because of a successful lawsuit by drugmaker alvin said it didn't want it sedatives my dazzle them to be used in a quote botched execution the company also claimed that the state of nevada had obtained the drug under false pretenses drug company sandoz has also objected to nevada using one of their drugs in executions that has not formerly joined the lawsuit fortysevenyearold scott raymond dosier has said he'd rather die than live in prison and that he doesn't mind zach is painful he was convicted of murdering and dismembering twenty two year old jeremiah miller who'd come to a las vegas motel to purchase ingredients for manufacturing methamphetamine either jaffe npr news the celebrations have begun in croatia following that country's come from behind to two one win over england in the world cup semifinal croatia was behind one nil until the sixty eighth minute and the go ahead goal came in the one hundred ninth minute with stocks the dow jones industrial average closed down two hundred nineteen points the nasdaq also was down forty two this is npr and you're listening to wnyc i'm jamie floyd wnyc has learned to young migrant children separated from their parents at the border were successfully reunited with their families here in new york wnyc's beth fertig has more sources and city government say immigration and customs enforcement brought to father to new york on tuesday to reunite them with their young sons that was the deadline set by a federal judge in california for the trump administration to reunite kids under the age of five with their parents the two families were received by lutheran social services and catholic guardian services hundreds of migrant children in new york were separated from their families after illegally crossing the border but government officials say they don't know how many are under the age of five federal officials did not respond to requests for more information about the children tune into the brian lehrer show tomorrow morning at ten for the latest on the trump administration's family separation policy and how it's playing out here in new york jersey city's mayor wants officials to scrap a contract to detain immigrants at the hudson county jail this in response to wnyc's report that the recently expired contract with isis close to renewal wnyc's matt katz reports steve full of is the mayor of one of the most diverse cities in the nation and the largest and democratic controlled hudson county he says if you oppose president trump's immigration agenda you can't jail the immigrants victimized by most if not all of the elected officials here speak to the fact that we don't support the trump policy but in actuality when you look at what they're doing they're actually doing something that opposite what they're saying essex in bergen county's also contract with ice the gel immigrants the three counties are paid six million dollars a month and mayor de blasio is denying allegations that he violated immigration laws when crossing the border during a visit near el paso last month the claims are outlined in a letter from us customs and border protection which was obtained by a p de blasio joined about twenty other mayors from across the country at the border to visit a holding facility for immigrant children he was denied entry he and his security detail went into mexico and then crossed into the us to get a view of the facility the letter was sent june twenty fifth to the nypd who runs the blasios security detail a spokesperson for the mayor says the group did nothing illegal tonight isolated showers and thunderstorms currently seventy seven degrees in central park at.

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