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"sanofi aventis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"sanofi aventis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"To power leave that with Congress or within the administration let me be very clear regardless of what anyone wants our intelligence to reflect the intelligence I will provide if confirmed will not be impacted or altered as a result of outside influence above all my fidelity and loyalty will always be with the constitution and the rule of law and my actions as the and I will reflect that commitment I believe the immediate focus of the icy must be directed to the geopolitical and economic impact of the corona virus pandemic as well as its origins the American people deserve answers and if confirmed I pledge that the IC will remain laser focused on providing them senators that say they are skeptical some senators say they're skeptical as the president trump is fired or forced out at least seven top U. S. intelligence officials since last summer well U. S. drug company Fizer has begun human trials of a possible covert nineteen vaccine the drug company along with German partners running test in healthy volunteers it's one of several companies on an accelerated timetable to try to find a safe effective vaccine president trump's former FDA commissioner Dr Scott Gottlieb is on Fizer is board of directors he talked about the significance of the work it's significant it's a pretty robust phase one phase two study the press release is available for people to I scrutinize I tweeted out today as well from my my Twitter feed but it's one of a number of projects that are underway efforts underway by major manufacturers U. S. manufacturers to try to secure a vaccine and be able to manufacture both domestically and abroad Merck has a project under way Johnson and Johnson has an advanced project underway Fizer has one on the way and then there's a number of foreign manufacturers as well as like Sanofi Aventis is working on a product as well collaborating with G. S. K. so there's a number of robust large efforts underway it also includes a number of smaller manufacturers in the United States materna I know via so we have a lot of efforts underway and and what's good about the efforts that we're undertaking is that that their diverse they're all different approaches to trying to develop a corona virus vaccines some of whom rely on older technology or old approaches protein vaccines like with no fees doing some of them rely much more novel approaches like what Fizer is doing what Minturn is doing with an mRNA approach J. and J's taking an adenovirus vector vaccine approach which is similar to what the Chinese are doing and what AstraZeneca's doing with the collaboration with Oxford so that's a good thing that we have diverse efforts underway they're all slightly different because one or more of these has to work and hopefully multiple manufacturers work we really need more than one U. S. pharmaceutical company to succeed at developing a vaccine for going to have enough double supply the U. S. population as well as other countries that audio courtesy of CNBC and Airbnb is laying off twenty five percent of its work force as it confronts us deep declining global travel due to the pandemic in a letter to employees CEO Brian Chesky said that San Francisco based company's leading nineteen hundred of its seventy five hundred workers going cutting businesses that don't directly support home sharing those include investments in hotels and movie production Chesky says departing employees will receive at least two weeks R. fourteen weeks of their base pay at U. S. employees will continue to receive health care coverage for a year Airbnb was set to go public right before in the global economy was shut down for behind the scenes look at America's first news you can head on over to A. F. and now dot com you can always reach out to me on Twitter or Facebook any time I met Matt ray talk use the.

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"sanofi aventis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"sanofi aventis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The US and China defense secretary mark esper firing back on Tuesday slamming the Chinese government as the trump administration makes that even louder pronouncement casting blame for China on the covert nineteen pandemic cares secretary mark esper well the Chinese Communist Party ramps up this wraps up its dis information campaign to try to shift blame and burnish its image we continue to see aggressive behavior by the P. LA in the South China Sea from threatening a Philippine navy ship the sinking a Vietnamese fishing boat and intimidating other nations from engaging in offshore oil and gas development last week to the U. S. navy ships conducted freedom of navigation operations in the South China Sea to send a clear message to Beijing that we will continue to protect freedom of navigation and commerce for all nations large and small the Chinese have not been transferred from beginning if they have been more transparent I'm more open up front in terms of the the giving us access the reported giving us access not just to the people on the ground but to the virus they had so we can understand it I would probably be in a far different place right now but where we are now is this they need to still allow us and not to talk to early patients to talk to the Chinese researchers and scientists and to have access what are they doing they're trying to capitalize on this by promoting their own image it somehow China is the good guy here because despite everything they did or more partly failed to do now they want to go out and say well here's masks will give you masks will provide this will provide that will provide you funding it's straight the Chinese playbook once again just blow the more obvious this time the what they're doing and how they're using a combination of Compellent and coercion and everything else to try and shape the narrative and burnish the image of the Chinese Communist Party now that's a news conference the top U. S. general reaffirming the U. S. view that the coronavirus was probably not man made here is a general mark Milley no I'm not gonna discuss any detailed intelligence but the straight fundamental issues here one is it is it natural what was that man made somehow or somehow manipulated by manmade procedures as I said the last time and I I am still where I was the last time the weight of evidence nothing conclusive the weight of evidence is that it it was natural and not man made secondly the is the second issue is was it accidentally released today released naturally into the environment or was it intentional but we don't have conclusive evidence in any of that but the weight of evidence is that it was probably not intentional the third issue is location did it come out of the virology lab in Wuhan did it occur in the in the wet market there in wanted a car some or else and the answer to that is we don't know and as mentioned by many people various agencies both civilian and US government are looking at that it would help a great deal if the Chinese government would open up and allow inspectors and investigators to go there in full transparency so the world can know the the actual original source of this so that we can apply the lessons learned prevented outbreaks in the future on Sunday US secretary of state Mike Pompeii said there was quote a significant amount of evidence that the new virus emerged from a Chinese laboratory president trump's pick to be the nation's top intelligence official congressman John Ratcliffe is adamant if confirmed he won't allow politics caught to color information he takes to the president the director of the office of national intelligence oversees the nation's sixteen spy agencies in during a Senate confirmation hearing Tuesday the Texas Republican consistently told lawmakers he would communicate intelligence to president trump even if he knew the president would strongly disagree with that intelligence I have to say that while I willing to give you the benefit of the doubt during this hearing I don't see what has changed since last summer when the president decided not to proceed with your nomination over concerns about your experience partition ship and past statements that seem to embellish your records if confirmed is the and I you have my commitment to deliver timely accurate and objective intelligence and to speak truth to power be that with Congress or within the administration let me be very clear regardless of what anyone wants our intelligence to reflect the intelligence I will provide if confirmed will not be impacted or altered as a result of outside influence above all my fidelity and loyalty will always be with the constitution and the rule of law and my actions as DM nine will reflect that commitment I believe the immediate focus of the icy must be directed to the geopolitical and economic impact of the corona virus pandemic as well as its origins the American people deserve answers and if confirmed I pledge that the IC will remain laser focused on providing them senators that say they are skeptical some senators say they're skeptical as president trump is fired or forced out at least seven top U. S. intelligence officials since last summer well U. S. drug company Fizer has begun human trials of a possible covert nineteen vaccines the drug company along with German partners running test in healthy volunteers at one of several companies on an accelerated timetable to try to find a safe effective vaccine president trump's former FDA commissioner Dr Scott Gottlieb is on Fizer is board of directors he talked about the significance of the work it's significant it's a pretty robust phase one phase two study the press release is available for people to I scrutinize I tweeted out today as well from my my Twitter feed but it's one of a number of projects that are underway efforts underway by major manufacturers U. S. manufacturers to try to secure a vaccine and be able to manufacture both domestically and abroad Merck has a project under way Johnson and Johnson has an advanced project underway Fizer has one on the way and then there's a number far manufacturers as well as like Sanofi Aventis is working on a product as well collaborating with G. S. K. so there's a number of robust large efforts underway it also includes a number of smaller manufacturers in the United States materna I know via so we have a lot of efforts underway and and what's good about the efforts that we're undertaking is that that their diverse they're all different approaches to trying to develop a corona virus vaccines some of whom rely on older technology or old approaches protein vaccines like with no fees doing some of them rely much more novel approaches like what Fizer is doing what Minturn is doing with an mRNA approach J. and J's taking an adenovirus vector vaccine approach which is similar to what the Chinese are doing and what AstraZeneca's doing with the collaboration with Oxford so that's a good thing that we have diverse efforts underway they're all slightly different because one or more of these has to work and hopefully multiple manufacturers work we really need more than one U. S. pharmaceutical company to succeed at the belting a vaccine if we're going to have enough double supply the U. S. population as well as other countries that audio courtesy of CNBC and Airbnb is laying off twenty five percent of its work force as it confronts us deep declining global travel due to the pandemic in a letter to employees CEO Brian Chesky said that San Francisco based company's leading nineteen hundred of its seventy five hundred workers go in cutting businesses that don't directly support home sharing those include investments in hotels and movie production Chesky says departing employees will receive at least two weeks R. fourteen weeks of their base pay US employees will continue to receive health care coverage for a year Airbnb was set to go public right before in the global economy was shut down for behind the scenes look at America's first news you can head on over to A. F. and now dot com you can always reach out to me on Twitter or Facebook anytime I met Matt ray talk.

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"sanofi aventis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"sanofi aventis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Plants are gradually re opening in the meantime some alternative meat companies like impossible foods are hoping to fill the void impossible says it's solely based burger will go on sale at seventeen hundred Kroger stores this week the U. S. drug company Fizer has it begun human trials of a possible vaccine the company along with the German partners running tests in healthy volunteers is one of several companies on an accelerated timetable to try to find a safe effective vaccine president trump's former FDA commissioner Dr Scott Gottlieb is on the Fizer a board of directors it's significant it's a pretty robust phase one phase two study the press release is available for people to it scrutinized I tweeted out today's welcome my my Twitter feed but it's one of a number of projects that are underway efforts underway by major manufacturers U. S. manufacturers to try to secure a vaccine and be able to manufacture both domestically and abroad Merck has a project under way Johnson and Johnson has an advanced project underway Fizer has one on the way and then there's a number of foreign manufacturers as well as like Sanofi Aventis is working on a product as well collaborating with GSK so there's a number of robust large efforts underway it also includes a number of smaller manufacturers in the United States materna I know via so we have a lot of efforts on the way in and what's good about the efforts that we're undertaking is that that their diverse they're all different approaches to trying to develop a corona virus vaccines some of whom rely on older technology or old approaches protein vaccines like with no fees doing some of them rely on much more novel approaches like what files is doing what Minturn is doing with an mRNA approach J. and J's taking an adenovirus vector vaccine approach which is similar to what the Chinese are doing and what AstraZeneca's doing with the collaboration with Oxford so that's a good thing that we have diverse efforts underway they're all slightly different because one or more of these past the work and hopefully multiple manufacturers work we really need more than one U. S. pharmaceutical company to succeed at developing a vaccine if I'm going to have enough double supply the U. S. population as well as other countries dawaly making the comments to CNBC an Airbnb is laying off twenty five percent of its work force as it confronts a steep decline in global travel in a letter to employees CEO Brian Chesky said the San Francisco based company's leading nineteen hundred of it seventy five hundred workers going cutting businesses that don't directly support home sharing those included investments in hotels and movie production Chesky says departing employees will receive at least fourteen weeks of base pay US employees will continue to receive health care coverage for a.

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"sanofi aventis" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"sanofi aventis" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"I'm Scott Wapner on day. One hundred twenty eight of the corona virus crisis tonight new details on a bombshell whistleblower complaint against the trump administration. This is the fight of our lives though race for a vaccine we could have millions of those Tober. Human trials are underway tonight. Risks and rewards plus. New Year's a new outbreak is imminent. We don't have conclusive evidence in any of that and how intelligence officers are trying to answer the question. Did the virus come from a Chinese lab this CNBC special report markets in turmoil begins right now. Here's Scott Wapner and it is good debut with us on this Tuesday night. We START WITH DAMNING. New details of a whistle blower lawsuit filed by the doctor who was leading the effort to find drugs and vaccines to fight the corona virus stat news reporter. Nick Flerko is with US live. Nick it's good to have you. This story is leading your site tonight. What can you tell us about this complaint? Sure so Dr. Bright. Who was reassigned last month from his head as the head of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority government organization that works with industry to find treatments including for Corona virus is alleging that he was reassigned due to long-standing clashes with his boss. Dr Bob Kadlec and remember he's saying that he's a whistle blower here so he's saying that these aren't your average stats between Boston employees. He's saying that he repeatedly had to blow the whistle over his boss. Dr Bod Catholics cozy relationship with certain companies and industry consultants and he's laying out a number of examples. The he alleged show that Catholic directly pressured him to Dole out arte money. Just some of Cadillac's favorite companies in with that as the backdrop right outlines a number of times that he clashed with On Corona virus response that only further strained that relationship. Let's go through some of the allegations here. Bright says he was forced to buy drugs not based on health needs but quote political connections and cronyism. He said he was pressured to approve. A plan to quote flood cities with unproven and untested doses of cleric. Win Those drugs like hydroxy caloric win and that is the drug for those who don't remember the drug at the president repeatedly touted himself until a warning that it wasn't necessarily safe right. Yeah that's correct. So that's one of the most interesting parts of this complaint as viewers may remember right alleged when he was first reassigned last month that the final Straw that got him. Transferred was his resistance to support drowsy Clark and he backed up into complaint today so he explains written statements and internal emails that a directive came down directly from Asia. Just Secretary Alex as to allow widespread use of Corcoran and that he along with FDA drugs. Enter CHIEF JANET. Woodcock worked basically round the clock for two days to restrict the use of the drug to only patients. Yeah it's interesting. It's goes on to say quote lack of leadership and action by. Hhs has placed a health and safety of all Americans at risk of not being protected from the virus even when a vaccine becomes available. Bright also says that he tried to get the administration to scale up on N. Ninety five mask and other supplies but then he wasn't taken seriously. Yeah that's correct so rightly a number of times in early January where he brought up the mask issue. There's emails actually between him and a mass manufacturer talking about this issue in him trying allegedly to get the attention of Asia's leadership to take this seriously and you get more mass into the stop. I'll can you for our viewers. Just shed light on how important. Dr Bright was to this nation's vaccine efforts if their first hearing his name tonight for the first time one hundred percent. So what Bartlett's call it blinks. Close out the the closest thing. The government has to venture capital firm so basically doles out money to all the companies that are trying to develop krona virus treatments to tests. Uh Swabs Masks. They provide critical funding. That otherwise might not be available and they help these companies get through the FDA approval process. So they had a role in a number of the tasks that got early approval. They have a hand. A lot of the most slashing vaccine were for example Journa- therapeutics that working with them on their potential corona virus vaccine. Dr Brain really had his hand in almost every industry project on corona virus so he really is crucial. Nick we appreciate your reporting. Thank you for being with US. Nick floor again with Stat News. I should also tell you. There is a statement out tonight from health and Human Services and they say quote. Dr Bright was transferred to NIH to work on diagnostics testing critical to combatting covert one thousand. Nine hundred where he has been entrusted to spend upwards of one billion dollars to advance that effort. We are deeply disappointed that he has not shown up to work on behalf of the American people and lead on this critical endeavor again. That's for me. Hhs spokesperson this evening with us once again tonight as well as the CNBC contributor. Dr Scott Gottlieb. He's the former. Fda Commissioner as well dot Gottlieb's good to see you know Dr Bright. You've told us you worked with him. Tell us what you think about this story tonight. Look I think that the complaint the episode is unfortunate? What it's going to have the effect of setting aside all the allegations. The Completeness substance the net effect is that companies that do need to be collaborating with Barda right. Now going to be more reluctant to do it. Because this is gonNA cast a over the organization and they're going to be reluctant to embrace BARDA and try to seek resources from the organization so at the very time that we need a fully functional Barda I think on the margin. This'll make more companies that much more reluctant to engage that process. Had you heard about any of these allegations that Dr? Bright makes that he tried to get the administration to scale UP ON SUPPLIES. Like N Ninety five masks but that he wasn't taken seriously. These have circulated impress for some time. At least some of them you know I have heard them personally because I wasn't involved in the response to covert. I had left the administration before that but some of these had circulated previously. I don't know the veracity of the allegations. I Know Rick Bright. I trusted him. He was a truthful fellow to me. I work closely with him when I was at FDA so I would take what Rick says seriously. But I don't know the substance of these individual complaints so if you were to tell us about Dr Bright's character you would say that he is a man of integrity. He was a straight shooter. Our with me. We work closer together. I testified alongside him when I was at testifying before Congress where we worked on Ebola product together a Bulla vaccine. We worked on his smallpox therapeutic. That we got over the finish line that he helped fund helped support so we did some important work together and I always found him to be a pretty straight up. Let's talk about another big story today. That is Pfizer. Of course beginning human trials for its vaccine you are on the board of Directors of Pfizer. Remove yourself from sitting on the board of directors for a moment and just tell us how significant this is and how optimistic you may be. It's significant it's a pretty robust phase. One phase two study the press releases available for people to scrutinize and I tweeted it out today as well from my my twitter feed. But it's one of a number of projects that are underway. Efforts underway by major manufacturers. Us manufacturers to try to secure a vaccine and be able to manufacture it both domestically and abroad merck has a project underway. Johnson and Johnson has an advanced project underway Pfizer has one underway and there's a number foreign manufacturers like Sanofi. Aventis is working on a product as well collaborating with GS K. So there's a number of robust large efforts underway. It also includes a number of smaller manufacturers in the United States Madonna Novia. So we have a lot of efforts underway. And what's good about the efforts that we're taking? Is that their divers. They're all different approaches to trying to develop a corona virus vaccine. Some of them rely on pretty old technology or old approaches protein. Vaccines snowfields. Doing some of them rely on much more. Novel approaches like visors doing Maderna's doing with an approach J. and J. Taking ADENOVIRUS VECTOR VACCINE APPROACH. Which is similar to what the Chinese are doing. And what AstraZeneca's doing with the collaboration with Oxford. So that's a good thing that we have diverse efforts underway. They're all slightly different because one or more of these has to work and hopefully multiple manufacturers work. We really need more than one. Us Pharmaceutical Company to succeed at developing a vaccine if we're going to have enough to both supply the US population as well as other countries news. The vaccine of course comes as there's another study out today..

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"sanofi aventis" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

14:17 min | 1 year ago

"sanofi aventis" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"You know I may be dead in the bottle itself more than likely it is seven bucks problem right nitrogen flush for seven dollars. I know exactly and it's the cheapest bottle of the cheapest absolutely can absolutely fine and more and more what we're coming to understand about probiotics. Is You know if you imagine. These bacteria their therapeutic agents right They themselves are miniscule in concentration to what we're putting into this ecosystem so even if you have something that's a hundred billion see a few people have seen these numbers. New FORMING UNITS. The number of little bacteria cells. Right that are going in. It sounds like a lot. But then you're putting it into a sea of hundred trillion. Bacteria to drop spit in the ocean told a tiny drop spent right and so the question is can that hundred billion with whatever capabilities they have actually created change in the system. More and more. We're seeing that is less impactful than sending in microbes. That can actually change the see that can make a change in the hundred trillion. That are there. So that's where probiotics are really going to change things. And that's where the the B- example comes into picture. I I spent at least one hundred thousand dollars on probiotics. I'm not joking. That's a real number Because I had really serious problems since I was a kid. I was on antibiotics every month. For about fifteen years I lived in a basement that toxic mold. We didn't know that so I was constantly getting strep throat. Then they finally put my tonsils out and had my first sinus infection then it constant sinus infection so my gut bacteria was just trashed and by virtue of that aside from obesity and stuff like that room clearing gas. I was like I always made sure my dog was around the dog like yet another benefit. It was by the way if you suffer from bad guys. My number one piece of advice is get a dog anyway. It was a major issues. I would take all this stuff and sometimes you spend you two hundred bucks. I'm some special thing and I never saw that big of a difference But in the last few years I feel like probiotics have shifted and also just understanding that for me. I'd eat enough fiber in the form of vegetables. Now I actually take prebiotics as well And that that has made a meaningful shift but that I had to. I had to take the right probiotic. That could that could light the spark but there had to be fuel for them to eat in that combination was there so the lactobacillus from several capsules. I never felt anything others. I felt like I would maybe see a little difference but only if I was taking a lot of them continuously. Yup Right they wouldn't. They wouldn't sort of move in and make a change But then I haven't taking the just thrive and I'm a fan of the the spore formers Tell me about the strain that you guys commercialized. That Dr Simon cutting stuff and why that strain wiser different. Oh So it's a spore based probiotic like bench and so the spores actually They create this endo sports shell around themselves like an armor like Shell and that allows them to get through the gastric system. One hundred percent alive and then once they get to the intestines. That's when they take their shell off and they go into their live. Vegetative Cell Cell State so we know that we need a live microorganism and so people think oh it needs to be alive in the refrigerator will know it needs to be alive when it hits your intestines and a Lotta Times. When it's live in the refrigerator it actually means it can't even withstand the room temperature of the store shelves. So then how would it ever survive your body temperature which is ninety eight point six? So the spore based probiotics actually are dormant when they're in the bottle and they're dormant when you swallow them and they go through the gastric system and it's not until they hit the intestines that they take their shell off and go and become alive organisms and then they go and read the microbial environment and are actually they stay there for about twenty one to twenty eight days this day in the gut they stay in the gut okay and to to what Tina said. What really fascinated us about sports begin with is that they've been used in the prescription drug industry since one thousand nine hundred ninety two in Europe and Latin America as a way of treating gut infections. So they have this specificity to be able to go in do something called. Corum sensing a reading the microbial environments. Every bacteria spits out a chemical signature. They can read those signatures. They have it in their genetics to identify microbes in our gut. That are potential problems. So they'll find the dysentery causing microbes. They'll find the microbes that are causing the diarrhea and the infections. They'll sit next to them. And then they will produce antibiotics in that little micro environment to kill off those bacteria. They've been used in way as a prescription product since nineteen fifty two and so our thinking was okay. If Spore farmers have been sports. Marzia sanofi-aventis Major Pharma Company launched The spore former drug called Those to those back up to enter Germano which is still in the market today Both used to treat gut infections in instead of antibiotics and it's precision anti microbial activity because it doesn't harm any of the good bacteria it's only targeting. The bad bacteria interest in sports can do that so then our thinking was if it can find and bring down the growth of bacteria can it improve the growth of bacteria that was our hypothesis into which we jumped knee. Deep into the spores. And sure enough that we've seen that it. Can you said something fascinating there? About quorum sensing. Yeah and I'm going to go on a little rant about quantum sensing for a second here if you've listened to prepare you for a while you probably heard the interview with Liman Bared. He's Carnegie Mellon Computer. Science professor who invented has graph which is one of the ways we can detect a quorum on bitcoin and essentially on any of the any of the CRYPTO platforms. So what does up with what we're talking about? Mytalk hundred Koram sensing is a massive thing and all this is is democracy in action and it's it says okay if people are voting how were they voting so what? What do we believe what the environment how we sense the environment around us? And how do we know what's happening and what to do next? And the Algorithm for quorum sensing that bacteria use is almost certainly the same as the one That are might o'connor us and we understand how they send signals but I think Leeman in his work on crypto actually figured out the algorithm that we use within our gut bacteria within our our on board bacteria country. Which is that if you have only a third of a of of what's going on you can determine essentially what's what people are voting for not voting for so this idea of quorum sensing is it's incredibly important for systems biology. Almost no one talks about it right right so the the idea is how do I know the world around me? How do I know what my peers wants? And how they fit best into my community In in the the bulletproof teachings in from my my work maddock Andrea. I have these four F. words and you guys know the the four F words. I'll I'll go through a quick for listeners. Who Haven't heard me on this before The first one is fear so any life from whether you're a bacteria in the gut to your point about how they behave in the or zebra or human or a jellyfish. It doesn't matter number one away from killer hide from scary things that's fear right and this is also why we're at forty years because our fear are recognized for our ability to recognize things that are actually going to kill us versus things that we think will tell us isn't very good as humans so you have to go through an reset your fear triggers. That's fear the second. One is food right because bacteria have all died From a lack of food and humans in in our history there's been famines and every animal that so we think about what's going to kill us now we think about what's for lunch and it's very normal and this is also bacteria will grow as long as there was as much food because you know there might not be food tomorrow and then the third thing is how do I reproduced. That's the third F word Right and in the fourth F word is friend and by the way the the third F word was fertility. I know what you're Tinos the only one we know. What were you thinking? Are You blushing? Oh my goodness I'm shocked and offended in the Fourth Edward. His friend right. And that's where it comes in saying. Oh how do I work? Not just with my own species but how do I work with other species right so in the context of being human? Okay how do we work? With agricultural species of plants that we work with how do agriculture animals and companion animals and humans and things that we haven't thought of like bees dragonflies or whatever else how do we interact with the world around us. If our quorum sensing is good. Then we're going to be a part of the environment and if something is bad then we're going to do crappy things like plastic in the ocean. Put glyphosate over soil. Destroy the soil. Which is the microbiome of the planet? Yeah Flex but we threats environment and we're syncing other life so that's that's my little mini lecture on how how awesome it is that you bring that up in the context so I had I had the just thrive Dr Simon cutting his his strain the one that you guys work with. I add it to my gut. Bacteria what happens with quorum sensing is it going to raise it. Hand my votes bigger than yours ahead. Give me some biology so super interesting about this. And we published a paper on this In August of last year what we're finding out is the diversity in the microbiome which is measured by the richness meaning. How many different microbes there are. And then the uniformity within the microbiome. Well because again we want a balanced ecosystem right What we're finding is when you add the spores into the system the diversity increases by about thirty to forty percent so you add one species and many other species will pop up. Yeah that's cool insane when you think about it right. And some of these make the just thrive. It's not really just a probiotic because if it's feeding otherwise it makes it a prebiotic and approach even though you don't have traditional fiber in it exactly and post biotic as well because it also produces a number of critical compounds that then support the rest of the microbiome. So in a way is called a keystone strain right took keystone strains or keystone species in an ecosystem are ones that bring balance to the ecosystem and really kind of facilitate this stability within the ecosystem and when you hurt the keystone species or the Apex Predator as we would call it in in some Ecological terms the whole thing kind of falls apart. What's so interesting about it is. We don't have a way to do this ourselves. And we don't have an endogenous way of bringing about balance in our microbiome our immune system can't go through or microbiome and go these guys overgrown these guys are under grown with bring back balance. We've outsourced this. This service to microbes that are in our environment like these spores. That was one of the things I was so fascinating to us about it. Is We also know that type of change that they create actually has a huge impact on overall health? What happens in Superhuman Anti Aging Book? I read about some bizarre strains of bacteria one that I started taking it makes a sperm and sperm comes from. At least it was discovered in exactly what you think it was discovered in and This is the reason that people say that Semen has anti-aging properties on topically. It actually does tries to guys. I apologize for my lack of signs experiment but but And in terms of an oral dose. I'm like I'm not going there but there is a bacteria that makes it And it's it's only found in Japan and the label isn't an English but at Mackay. I'm weird I ordered stuff so If I do something like that You know very function specific probiotics. But I've used just thrived as sort of condition. The the level of diversity will it allow other probiotics to survive. Better if I have just drive as a keystone species. I've never thought about this before but it's an interesting. Yeah absolutely because because we're bringing about balance and this like really healthy competitive forces within the microbiome it gives every species that's coming in that could be beneficial a chance. So you're you're probiotic enabler exactly. Yes exactly like that and it also translates into things like from ended foods and other foods that you might need it because you end up with more diversity. You actually end up. With the ability to simulate an and You know Taken more nutrients from all the various foods that you consume That that makes so much sense Talk to me about what probiotics do for a virus viruses in the human body. Yeah So that's a you know there's the viral in the human body which is of course your microbiomes fuel for the viruses. There's lots of late and viruses and most of us We've most of us have been exposed to have seen Barr Cytomegalovirus. Herpes Simplex Papillomavirus. Most of them have all of our body. Most of us do Gross yeah even if in fact that was a couple of studies that looked at The population of microbes in the Serbo spinal fluid and it's loaded with herpes in papillomavirus in most people. Isn't it crazy we think it's all sterile sterile in the body right What's so interesting about? Bacteria and viruses of course is there's competition there's the whole Fay Jr area where these viruses specific for bacteria but viruses are unique in that they don't have any replication capability of themselves so they kinda hijacks our cellular mechanism to replicate themselves Bacteria support our immune system in helping detect viruses. So they they.

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"sanofi aventis" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:08 min | 1 year ago

"sanofi aventis" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Seven twenty WGN as we continue with the show live in the skyline studio coming up we're gonna talk about movies and actors hated to making another round of know your onion then we'll get a couple listeners in here to play around at that time we'll read a news headline and you have to decide whether it's real or it's from the satirical newspaper the onion and Blackhawks express recap from last night right now we're doing the an award winning segment here called ask Dr Nick they bother during the funny every time every time all right so this is from the Yahoo answers visit website people go they ask questions and anybody can answer them popular amongst the people okay all right you have more questions these are taken directly from the Yahoo village directly from their hermetically sealed her medical they sit on Funkin Wagnalls portion noon today yeah first body is the contents of these envelopes but you with your divine wisdom okay all right this is this is a good one I think this'll pileup okay question should I tip the waiter here usual context here I want to go to a Chinese buffet since I don't usually eat out by myself I feel like it would be weird not to tip however the price is eight dollars and I never drink so much that I would need to refill my water soda is appropriate to tip especially if all the waiter did was bring me a Cup of soda slash water that Chinese buffet should they tip I'm I always opt for tipping so yes yes we need they brought you a eight MP brought you something he's trying to earn a living it's weird though but but but do they have waiters a Chinese buffets and buffets do you have to mean I'm sure they have people who because I know they have it will be the people that see you usually but not much else I mean if people come in they have the people come out for the back to the kitchen to fill up the you know the trays and stuff we have on on the buffet mmhm but there's no table service right you go when you go to the you go online you get your stuff from the buffet and then you sit yourself down so I don't I mean but if somebody was there to provide some sort of service even if it was a buffet I would tip all right there we go high but any if you that question though is is like if you were to ask me should you tip in any situation I would say yes unless the service was so bad you know and I mean and like maybe was rude and it was the worst of worst experience I've ever had maybe maybe no tip that I'm so but you know having worked in the service industry as a bartender for nine years it just tip everybody just do it all right all right next up more more amazing questions from the Yahoo village question just cheese really give you nightmares wait a minute what does cheese really give you nightmares I wasn't aware that she's cause nightmares I wasn't aware that who who asked this question and not anonymous well sure now that's real shocking anonymous person asks the cheese is it true that need what's the question again this cheese really give you nightmares I don't understand I don't understand this at all I wasn't aware that right will you my missing something that one no no no well no what is she looking at me no I love cheese cake she's does nothing wrong she cheese does nothing wrong it doesn't cause nightmares it doesn't do anything bad it's cheese it's awesome what black yep a little bit if you have too much of it that might be the only okay thank thank you have four blocks of cheese might not be good for your digestive tract but outside of that be a nightmare that's a deal that would be that would be okay if that if that's what you're talking about yeah then if you abuse your privileges eating cheese it might cause a nightmare all right all right X. next question what is your favorite not catch you your cash you got yeah but you're supposed to say god bless you yeah we didn't hurt no absolutely catch you with a quick out without question and of course like one of the most expensive yeah yeah I noticed that you can buy and there's a reason because the wishes remember when are you too young to remember when pistachios had the the red dye on the shelves they put red dye on pistachios on shelves that they have to be on the shelves yeah I know no you know you too young to remember that have you ever seen the police what movies yeah take a gun yeah remember the scene where they're on the stake out entertaining the stash hills yeah all my god I was just watching this the other day and this this shells are outside you know these are hot thousand trails outside your car door yeah they've got stains on their lives yeah that's why yeah and that was a joke that I was in over my head it's it it's I'm not kidding it was it was just wide in and there's no reason to but you know what there used to be a reason that they did it I'm I'm not sure what the specific reason was but they did they would the shells on the pistachios were red and you could get finger you could get the red stuff on your fingers and stuff like that and I still don't know that there was a reason why they did it no longer do it obviously because you don't even remember it so it's been a long time since they've actually had you know the red dirt the red shells the protesters possessions with originals but I love pistachios to see I'm not a big fan really mainly the D. shelling process but does it have already you can get a bottle I know but they just don't he's a good to me all right I like I like peanuts peanuts in your favor yeah well I'm a **** look big game a big lagoon fan I I but but K. caches are definitely my favorite without question I I love cashews okay that's a favorite not favorite not or my old cat the not the not yeah that cool coconut head all right question yeah what does it mean to hate spiders if someone hates spiders does this mean that they are more likely to kill them then throw them out the window they would absolutely be more likely to kill them to hate spiders yeah I'm not a fan you know I don't want any in my apartment or anything like that I'm I'm I'm not gonna just step on I'm just concerned yeah what can kill spiders walking down the sidewalk I'm not gonna step on it but I want to get out of my apartment you just put on like a piece of paper a little call from out the back door or something I actually don't mind having some in my house why because they kill bugs okay yeah I would suspect or kill kill centipede my house what do you Snoop Dogg what what do you know what I'm just I'm serious a spider kill the centerpiece maybe it was a millipede Inc have time to count out the lady near mint will millipedes are much creepier than Sanofi Aventis and be like a house centipede you get like I said it once in awhile yeah yeah they get through the cracks in the walls or something like that or can't get through the back door yeah yeah I saw I saw a spider so you just watch this happen yeah it was crazy the nuts I am you starve for entertainment your pardon what do what do I mean I did it was it was it was watching nature in motion is canon's those kind of insane this buyers one of Bennett and I'm just a kind of freaked out died all right all right next question Yahoo answers yeah Yahoo answers ask Dr Nick asked Dr Nick yeah hit the set the standard if if you if you insist yeah it bothers me okay all right here's a good one this is actually very interesting all right here we go is involved spiders now this is about nature I watchin yeah yeah does a man eating shark also we women are there woman eating sharks because I've only heard me needing shark well if we're going based on jaws which is the most scientifically accurate yeah sharks of the aha they did it does not discriminate based on that I mean I got to do is watch the first five minutes of the movie kills woman kills a little cat yeah so therefore it kills Quint yes so yeah Quint that's a good death scene that's a really good deaths goes on for awhile too it does to spitting up blood garland I don't know how that movie got away with a P. G. the different I did P. G. thirteen didn't even know he G. thirteen nineteen eighty four I can tell you the first PC thirteen movie first P. G. thirteen movie goes into the reason why they invented it is because a Steven Spielberg template in right to end both gremlins yeah yeah came out the same summer both rated P. G. and so they were like wait a minute this is just you know this this that it should these movies be rated P. G. so they invented the new the new the new rating first movie red dawn great that was the first P. G. thirteen second P. G. thirteen movie one min read gene Wilder Kelly LeBrock third P. G. thirteen movie dreamscape which I told you nine thousand times that you should why now I know I'm behind anyone first one red dot how we get on to this sharks yes sharks sharks or sharks with women man man eating sharks sharks well as we watch the first five minutes of Johnson explains the whole thing whoever this person is obviously never seen jaws that's why they have to ask doctor Nick also look at the poster for jaws what's on the poster for jobs I'm a woman eating shark swimming at the top of the at the top of the level of the water and the big short coming up to to basically swallower so just look at the in the answer to that question all you gotta do is look at the poster above jobs boom this is why we have you yeah this is why you're here all right last question Ole boy this is a toughie yeah this is tough is a big question question yeah I am lying about having a parrot please help so when I was new someone mis heard me speaking and exclaimed excitedly that I have a pet parrot I didn't want to upset them and was a little nervous of them so I went along with it now every day at work they asked me how my Paradis and what my parents said this morning and I have lied in entire narrative around a fake parrot even to the extent of pretending to save leftover salad for said Parrott are we getting to a question soon yeah okay I'm lying about a having a pet parrot what should I do what should I do because you're lying about having a pet yeah please help continue lying you're this far into it if you're if you're scrounging salad to bring home to your imaginary parrot or buy a parrot.

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"sanofi aventis" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"sanofi aventis" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Will be amazed east happy holidays to anyone's celebrating. I'll be back with a regular episode on Monday in a way. You could say that. That William von Meister came from royalty. His Great Grandfather Wilhelm Meister founded the Oh boy tariff Arben Fabric Meister Lucius and company in Germany which was later to become host ag which is now a subsidiary of the Sanofi Aventis pharmaceuticals. Group is father. F W von Meister was is the Godson of Kaiser Wilhelm the second of the German Empire. His mother Ellinora Colorado Mansfeld was a countess countess in the HABSBURG monarchy of Austria emigrating to the US after World War One his parents became naturalized US citizens and his father maintained his ties with the old country serving as the head of US operations for the Deutsches Zepplin Ren Dairy Company which which was the company that operated the famous Hindenburg. If you read history of the Hindenburg disaster in fact. FW Von Meister's name comes up because he served as the company spokesperson at the time of the tragedy. Young William or bill. Von Meister was is borne in Far Hills New Jersey on February twenty first nineteen forty to the family. Estate was a fifteen room. Six Bath home built on twenty eight acres and called blue chimneys. There were servants. All of the children attended boarding schools. And by all accounts ounce William. Von Meister was a precocious kid. A tinkerer reportedly he got his amateur radio operators license at age. Eleven license number K. Two's E. R. K.. And One story has it that he rigged together a radio signal or to alert the household staff when his father's car was approaching so that t might be ready when he got home. Another story has him reading a series of Pooley's that would tip him off when Santa came in through the front door. Come time for college. Von Meister enrolled in Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service but school generally board him and so he had a casual matriculation alternating with a sideline line of trading and racing exotic automobiles. This was financed by his father of course and his father eventually had to give him an ultimatum to finish his studies studies which he did in nineteen seventy-three earning an MBA from American University. But von Meister had no intention of working for someone else he always wanted to be his own boss dovetailing with another passion of his. He started a liquor distribution company called spirits of America America but he only stuck with that for a year and as it turns out that was a pattern of bill. Von Meister's as we'll soon see. He loved Dreaming Up New ideas and new companies running companies or at least growing them into mature stable enterprises not so much. The average bridge length of time that he spent at any given company was only one to two years as Jack Tau a future backer of on Meisters Business Schemes James and another godfather of what would one day become. AOL Put it quote. Von Meister is a terrific entrepreneur. But he doesn't know when to stop stop entrepreneuring end quote von Meister's next move was to print up business cards that touted himself as a business consultant. This.

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"sanofi aventis" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

14:24 min | 1 year ago

"sanofi aventis" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

"I was a great h show John. Obviously you're right. They're spending more money on promoting drugs and vaccines to our doctors than they are actually testing them or creating new ones or doing any research and development at all in fact later in the show you talk about the billions and billions of dollars in legal sediments. They've paid it out for drugs that killed and maimed people or use deceptive tactics to sell it. This is totally corrupted industry. And you've pointed Out But for some reason John you seem to think that when they make vaccines that's in a room often in a far distant corner of the of the pharmaceutical suitable empire in this brightly lit room where Sun beams down angels in Golden Robes. Making this magical elixir from God. The no way could possibly be corrupt but you know what the problem is John. It's totally corrupt. In fact it's even more corrupt. You know why because you I point out you can sue the drug manufacturers and that they've lost billions of dollars that's when it comes to drugs. Did you know you cannot sue them when a vaccine injuries you or for your children. I'm not making this up John. Look it up. It's called the nineteen eighty six vaccine injury. Compensation Act in Nineteen eighty-six all of the the vaccine makers were being sued so much because kids were dying and being named by the vaccines that they were having a hard time making any money. So what did they say. They said Ronald Reagan. We're GONNA blackmail you. We're GONNA stop making all vaccines if you don't protect us from liability Ronald Reagan was really reticent. I want to sign anything that was going to take away liability from an industry that was creating products injected into children's veins but we went along with it and immediately we took away all incentive for the pharmaceutical industry to do research and development to make a safer for healthier better product. That seems having evolved John. It's the same science. We had one hundred years ago. Just this side of scraping pus out of a cow sticky sticky it into our arms. We are making this toxic. soupy mess using monkey kidneys in mouse. DNA growing things inside of other their animals and eggs. We wonder why we have a allergies. We WanNa why we have nut allergies. We wonder why all of our autoimmune diseases are going through the roof because of science juice juice John is the science juice. I'm telling you it's a serious matter and you know if you feel confident that that an industry that has no liability so has no incentive to make a better product. I mean. Imagine a car company where you can't sue them if the brakes brakes failed. Hey John I think we've got to put the brakes in this one on the line. Don't worry about it. They can't sue us. We gotta move on and I have a date tonight so I gotta finish up three more cars ars. Let's go. That's the world we live in lawsuits are important. They are what keep an industry honest and there are no lawsuits allowed for vaccines do you. You see the problem there. Do you see how much oversight we would now need over this totally criminal and corrupt industry that you have pointed out about drugs in vaccines who's GonNa Monitor it. Who's going to take this totally corrupt industry? Then make sure they're putting out great products and what happens if they put out a vaccine a little too early or a little too fast and his starts destroying children's lives. We'll you think this is going to happen. But only recognisance weather have been issues with vaccines. They have been pulled and fast. Yeah they'll just Yankee right off the market. 'cause we had these great surveillance programs in place ace to see if children are being injured. Not Take a look at this polio. This is this is a new story from last week. The polio vaccine ax scene is actually causing more polio than the wild virus in places like Syria and Congo the vaccines more dangerous and and powerful to create polio than the wild polio itself. Or how about this story. We looked in guinea-bissau ZAS study study. That came out earlier this year. They looked at children in Guinea Bissau Africa where that used the DP tea or yeah. DT OR DTP DTP. I believe it was was they use the DT P ACSI and now thirty years later we look back at that program. Lee actually took the records because because we had vaccinated kids and that dot the vaccine and those that did not get the deep ETV DTP vaccine. And what do we discover kids that got the DTP vaccine where ten times more likely to die than those kids that did not get the DTP vaccine seen. I mean I suppose they could have said. Wow that's great because if you die you're not gonNA get diphtheria tetanus or Processus so. Let's just chalk that up to a win. Put that in the Wind Garrick category. They died of yellow fever because their immune system was so shocked by our vaccine. But it didn't die of diphtheria that's the truth Earth ten times the reports of death in the vaccinated group but have we pull the DTP vaccine. No it's still one of our most popular vaccines overseas ABC's but nothing beats this store. That came out last year. Check this out we have it up glass in vaccines. That's right Sanofi. Aventis had a vaccine. I'm not making this stuff up. who was in all of our newspapers and Novi Event Ventas had a vaccine that it appeared that the oranges that the vaccine was in were eroding on the inside and shards of glass were falling into into the Science juice as you would put it. Only this science shoes wasn't supposed to have shards of glass in it but it did. And here's what's amazing. It went on on for four years. They continued with this vaccine. And you know what the FDA said themselves when they looked into it well. We don't have any studies. He's showing that shards of glass in vaccine are dangerous. I'm just let that sink in for second John. We don't have a study study showing that shards of glass injected into children and People's bloodstreams is dangerous. Do you really need a study for that. See this is the the point. Do you see you see this re current event. They don't do the safety tests that way they can say hey. We don't have a study that shows shows. We have a problem with that. We don't have a study that shows that causes autism. We don't have a study that shows. The glass is actually problematic to inject and so they didn't Yank it from the market market. So you're wrong. John No one's looking out for you. I know you wish they were. I wish they were. I wish there was someone in our health agencies that cared enough to look out for us. But they don't in in fact they leave glass shards in our vaccine whenever they get a chance. But I digress. I think it's time to play some whack. A mole slot plot whack a mole as one theory goes down another pops up and I kind of get the insistence that they must be a link. The age children are supposed to get the vaccine. Gene happens to be the same age dog. Notable signs of autism can begin to appear but correlation is not causation. That is what scientific studies awful. I don't remember. They are really clear. That link is not there John. I feel like I'm playing whack-a-mole too. I do because I know where your information came from. I used to do it again. I worked on a medical talk show in the. CDC was the Creme de la creme if they said set it meant it was true. Unfortunately it's not. It's a corrupted government agency like most of the ones you report on all the time industry has totally corrupted erupted this agency but we trust the. CDC We trust their facts. And therefore your in trouble because of it. I'm beating on you today because the CDC see lied to you but boy did you step in it when you delivered their biggest line. Check this out. I'M GONNA blow your mind okay. Vaccines don't cause autism. That's what she said right. Vaccines don't cause autism. We know this because it's on the CDC's website it says it's a masthead head right on their website. Vaccines don't cause autism. Therefore it must be true it has to be true who would print that and look they they have all these lists of sources say here look at these sources they prove were right. We have extensively extensively looked at this and vaccines don't cause whereas autism. But here's the thing John You can't go by the CDC website. That's the point of making all day. You have to actually do deeper research. You have to do your job opposite. Journalists like this. Check this out on that same page that says that vaccines don't cause autism. They point to this a study done by by the Institute of Medicine the most important health agency in the world. The Institute of Medicine makes up the body of our greatest scientists Nobel laureates hits brilliant people in every once in a while the CDC tasks them with looking into an issue in this one adverse effects of vaccines evidence causality galaxy. We see this. This is it this is the whole study. It's eight hundred and thirty five pages John so I get it. What Dr has the time to read this? You assert comedian. Doesn't have time to read this. I know you don't but that's the problem. They they know you're not going to read this so they literally on their slide. Say Vaccines Don't cause autism. And they say hey check out the two thousand eleven study done by the the IOWAN will. I did check it out. John this is what I've been doing for the last three years. I stopped listening to the CD said well. Hey let's look at the study. They're pointing two and here. It is I was just informed over here that we don't have a slide so you can see this so we'll have to add in post but you can look it up. This is the two thousand thousand seven Iowa. 'em study on adverse events and right here on page five thirty seven. They were asked to look at the de tap vaccine the CDC said will you please look at the de tap vaccine. A lot of parents are claiming their child got autism right after receiving the de tap vaccine scene and as the greatest body of scientists in the world. We'd like you to look into it. Can you investigated and look at all. The science of bailable and let us know is our detat vaccine causing autism. Well they looked into it and this is what they concluded in their study. I'm reading exactly you can look at this up. I know you don't want to trust me on this but th right other own study conclusion. The evidence is inadequate to accept or four rejete a causal relationship between Diptheria toxin. Lloyd tetanus toxoid or a seller Tusis containing vaccine and encephalopathy encephalopathy. So they looked at it. Does it cause. And Seth elitest does it cause autism. And what did they say. We could neither confirm nor deny whether it does. This is what they're pointing to on the website when it says vaccines don't cause autism. We could neither confirm nor deny or ORB. We could neither confirm nor deny whether this vaccine did cause autism that doesn't sound like vaccines don't autism and this is just one vaccine this. She's just the De tap vaccine. See they lie to you John. I just proved it. I'm GONNA prove it again and again and again. Think of the balls on these guys. They put a headline on their website. They say check out this study. It's eight hundred and thirty five pages. They know you're not gonNA look at it. They don't think anyone is craziest. Del a big tree is going to go near it but I did there. We go proof is in the pudding or in the study as they say. So where are we at so we now know that at least one of the sixteen vaccines we use. We cannot confirm whether causes autism or not. We never have and did the IOWAN. Oh you know what they said they said please start doing more research the CDC needs to do more research. Because we're injecting. Things are children. There are actually in that same report. Actually no the two thousand thirteen report. There's a hundred and fifty five listed adverse events including things like seizures and death and you know encephalopathy or organ failure and out of those hundred and fifty five the only prove that like twelve of them were caused by the vaccines four of them. Were not unlike a hundred and thirty something of them they said we do not have enough science to determine whether it is or is not being caused by vaccines scenes. Now you would think we would say well. Jesus we've got to do more science John. Why don't you scream that please do more more science? I mean if we don't know if detached causes autism let's look into it but you don't see that in fact you think the exact opposite check it out and the problem with spending more and more time and money trying to prove that link is it takes resources away from studying actual causes hoses and treatments to listen to the mother of one child with autism. Who started a foundation precisely because she wanted to find out the causes? We have dozens of studies. I think we were right to look at whether vaccines might be a cause of autism but there comes a point where there is so much evidence. It's none of which shows any link between vaccines and.

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"sanofi aventis" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"sanofi aventis" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Being held without bond Calvin and Pamela Phillips as well as their neighbor Edward oh were found murdered in Pembroke. Now Christian county sheriff's deputy. Chris Miller says American Airlines pilot Christian Martin has been charged with their murders. There's a bit of relief. There's also a bit of comprehension, we want to try to make sure that we understand everything that's going on in this process. And also make everybody understands the along Martins arraignment is scheduled for may twenty second Haley hands. Jason NewsRadio eight forty W H A S and this just in from San Francisco tonight. The maker of the weed killer roundup is being ordered to pay over two billion dollars to a couple who said the chemical caused their cancer. A California jury is sided with elva an Alberta periods saying roundup caused their non-hodgkin's lymphoma. The jury said each was do a billion dollars in punitive damages as well as tens of millions of dollars in compensatory damages roundups maker Bayer claims the main chemical in the weedkillers not cancer causing. This is the third time. A jury has ruled against the company. Bayer is facing thousands of other similar lawsuits. There's still no trade agreement between the US and China ABC's. Lana Zak has the president's latest remorse from Washington after the Trump administration. Raise tariffs from ten percent to twenty five percent China announced a reciprocal increase on sixty billion dollars worth of US goods starting June. First President Trump acknowledges that the escalating trade war will likely hit American farmers out of the billions of dollars that would take it in a small portion of that will be. To our farmers because China will be retaliating likely to hurt American farmers manufacturers and consumers who will be paying more for goods. Lana Zak ABC news. The capitol Kentucky attorney general Andy Bashir is suing three leading insulin manufacturers accusing them of jacking up insulin. Prices. We filed suit against the three largest insulin manufacturers who make up ninety six percent of the world's insulin. They are Novo Nordisk. Sanofi Aventis and Eli Lilly. The sued alleges the insulin makers violated Kentucky's consumer protection law was schemes to inflate insulin prices, but she says the defendants increase the price of insulin products at least ten times since two thousand eight Bashir also joined forty-three attorneys general in a federal lawsuit against twenty generic drug makers, including Teva pharmaceuticals for engaging in an alleged widespread scheme to inflate and fix the price of more than one hundred generic drugs. The jockey aboard maximum security in the Kentucky, Derby will serve a suspension the rule. Handed down by the three stewards at Churchill Downs against Louis size stems from his ride on maximum security in the Kentucky Derby, they say the because he failed to control his mount and make the proper effort to maintain a straight course causing interference with other horses. He'll now be suspended for fifteen racing days. The first of those racing days will be may twenty third the suspension stretches until June fourteenth will Clark NewsRadio eight forty W H A S. Meanwhile, improbable is the likely favorites in Saturday's Preakness stakes the second jewel of horse racing's. Triple crown co owned by Elliott, Walden improbable finished fourth in the Kentucky Derby, quite honestly, the one way I looked at it was that if if if.

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