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"sergent" Discussed on X96
"On this day in 1958 will Sergent the guitarist for the band Echo and the Bunny Mancuso was born. Lots of birthdays today. When was echoes birthday, though I don't know. Don't have that. Okay, but David Cassidy born on this day, so Vince Gill born on this day. Okay. Art al exact is from ever clear Born on this day Mm Amy Ray from the Indigo Girls born on this day, okay? Brendan Yuri. We didn't play Brendan because he gets played all day long every day, Alex six. Yeah. The way. Um Come on the bunny man. People have said that Echo. You know who's that girl who's echo that It was a grown machine? That's what I was always told. Not the case. Apparently, they He said. No, no, no, no, We We had this friend who kept suggesting all of these names like the Daz men or bliss roll or fan extractors. Echo when the bunny man was one of the names, he suggested, and it's the one we liked. And he said, I don't know why he came up with it. It just sounded stupid. And so we said, Let's use that name. So if you listen to a lot of echo in the bunny man, you get a lot of Start. They really liked the doors. Yes. Mr Sargent really liked the doors. Well, they didn't They remake adore song for that Lost boys movie. They did. Oh, yeah, right there. Strange like if you just listen to very first part of the song we just played It sounds like a You can. It's almost a sample of some blue, but I think it's I think it's a Hammond b three that they've got. Yeah. Anyway, It's pretty cool. I always liked him. Good band. Yes. Nellie was arrested on this day. I'm just still doing Nelly from Little house on the prairie. No, Nellie. The rep artist mill. Is that Is that her real name? It's his name. What jelly? I don't What Is that some That's from some youtuber, isn't it? Yes, everything is From some meat. It's all YouTubers today. Was a lot of social media going around about kid cutie. On SNL on SNL because he wore a dress to which I said he wasn't the first he won't be the last. I don't know why this is a big deal. I've seen lots of people wear dresses, both men and women on Saturday night Live. Carrie Mulligan. I thought did a good job. Yeah, She was good. She had a couple. I mean, it wasn't a stellar episode of but there were a couple good sketches and they're you know, I like the I like the lesbian period drama, movie Clip, Lesbian Period drama, Lesbian Period. Drama Thing. Yeah, that was the months a year. Once a year, there's a lesbian period drama that comes with it. One minute and it poses a very specific formula closes with sex scene so explicit, you know, a man directed it. It's very understated for for an hour and 40 minutes and then I watch. I don't watch Saturday Night live much anymore And I, uh Watched one fairly recent when I forget who the host was, but it was Saint Vincent was the Musical act. And I forget who the host. Would you remember? All thing I remember was like a month ago, and I just I didn't get a laugh out of hardly any of it. Just it's like any of these shows its hidden miss. I mean, I'm always I mean, I watch it for weekend update. That's why I want him. And if there's a musical guest that I really enjoy, and sometimes their musical guests I've never heard of that. I will see and go. Oh, that's okay. Yeah, I watch it for Kate McKinnon cousin came in a bad sketch shares. She'll do something that's She's funny. She is a national treasure. She really is. Uh, but, yeah, that's I mean, that's why I watch it. I'll tell you show I've stopped watching his Bill Maher. Have you finally had it with Bill Moore took it off of my DVR. He's just he's turned into the grumpy old man. You know s Oh, my exposure to build Mars when Our friend for Mister Skin sends me audio or You know if I see it on Twitter, and apparently he was complaining about The Oscar movies this year because they're all so serious and sad, and you know how about a little escapism. But as I recall about a year ago, he was bitching about the Marvel movies, saying there's too much escapism. So he hates everything. Yeah, Yeah, You know, when are you happy? Bill More? What's the thing That brings you Joy Omar don't have probably never When I could hang around with death at the grotto. Those were the days for him. Believe me. So I took it off of my DVR. The beginning of the season haven't gone back and no regrets. Okay, Well, let's take a break. We will be back with Boehner fight and a reasonable amount of news. Stand by for all of that. X 96. The new X 96.
1,500 undocumented immigrant teens now being housed at Dallas convention center
"Thousands of migrant teenagers are awaiting their next step. While being held at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas. Volunteers with Catholic Charities and other groups say it's taking about 3 to 4 days to process the migrant teens at the Dallas site. They have different reactions. Some are traumatized from their journey summer traumatized from their homes, volunteer coordinator Hilda Duarte says. It's not always easy to find existing or foster families to send the Children too. It's a process but amid a continued Sergent the border the goal is to find good homes for the teens as soon as possible.
"sergent" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"A switch from the Air Force is Airman Basic Airman Airman, First Class Senior Airman and staff sergeant. Space forces that the people should address troops in the first four rings. As specialists, however, abbreviations or the full titles will also be acceptable. Enlisted system continues on to technical surgeon and then chief Master Sergent. And unlike their force, there is no command Chief Master Sergeant. I'm a listener rings. The top enlisted member will now be known as chief Master Sergent of the Space Force. Now, while the rings will stay the same in the officer side, the space force has decided to call this top breath Chief of space operations and vice chief of space operations. As compared to the Air Force's chief and vice chief of staff. Guardians will continue wearing the same air force rank insignias like to shiver in patches, at least while the space force finalizes new designs sometime in the coming months, they're even asking troops to weigh in on the future of the enlisted space for insignias. This decision comes shortly after the space force's first birthday, as well as a previous announcement that the services members will be known as Guardians, Space Force mission, spam ballistic missile warnings, GPS guidance for personnel and weapons, satellite communications and other missions that have been around for years under the Air Force. Proponents say those jobs will become increasingly important and difficult as countries jockey for free rein in space. As they search for general neutral terms with more combat ethos. Some instead pushed the department defense to adopt navel rings. Now, for example, Star track used navel rings because they thought it made better sense when talking about a space ship. And for decades, the public has gotten you so those maybe ranks at least in regards to space. So although many of the military and even the White House like the Pope fund at the new space Force, I think it's great that the service is working hard to make its own identity. Roll into freedom. I'm sure for Mr Roland asked me. Thank you, Colonel. Thanks rolling. I learned things about our military every time you share Straight ahead on front lines of freedom will discuss Turkey and Iran with Leela Gilbert. Then we'll meet Vietnam vet John Twist who lost his vet son. All this is coming up. Colonel Denny Dillon. You're standing tall in front lines of freedom. I'll be right back Troops. It's time for sit ups. Start with 50 good.
"sergent" Discussed on 710 WOR
"She went to a big hospital. It wasn't treated. And she was at high risk for the cancer coming back, and she came here and she completed her therapy with our special radiation to her breast. This is the work that we do every day. And we staged rub, and by the way, we staged her up, and the doctors at that other big hospital had done a scan of her body and they found a mass in the kidney, and they never told her about the mass in the kidney. What is the master? The kidney, meanwhile, means it could be cancer. And so I told her. Not only do you have a breast cancer that wasn't adequately treated the big hospital, But you have a mass in the kidney and apparently didn't tell her that either. And so we arranged for a biopsy and you can easily do a biopsy of the kidney, usually sad to say. Sergent Urologist Urologist are surgeons who operated the urinary system from the kidneys and the ureter, the bladder, the testicles, every throw. Usually you're always just removed the kidney. When they find a kidney cancer. They do surgery on the kidney that usually most commonly removing the whole kidney. Well, this is a woman who was found of cancer. She found another hospital that never told her. I guess it's so chaos over there. And there's sometimes of these big hospitals 1000 doctors walking around in white coats. Do you feel like I guess you're supposed to feel comfortable. But in fact, none of those doctors knew who she was. None of those doctors really cared about her. None of those doctors told her that she had a mass in the kidney. None of those doctors offered to take care of them asked. None of those doctors told her about all the options. Until she came here and we told her about the mass. She agreed to have a biopsy. It was a painless, easy biopsy. She's numbed up a tiny little needle goes in the kidney and came back with cancer. So she had to separate cancer. She had a breast cancer. The big hospital. She had surgery on Lee, but she did not complete her therapy. And then at the big hospital, found the mask the kidney and didn't even tell her about it. She came here for us to take care of a human being. Not just to think about her as a breast or breast cancer, but no to take care of the whole patient. And we've taken care of the whole patient and she came to us three years ago with his breast cancer and this kidney mass. We found a kidney cancer and both have been treated. And she's in remission from both. Cancers to separate on related cancers, one of the breast and one in the kidney. That was years ago three years ago, and then she came for follow up recently she came for follow up. And I saw that she wasn't as surprised business active. She used to be, and I asked her about it asked her daughter. What they thought I said to me, you've changed and she has other doctors to remember. She was married to a doctor, so they have friends who are doctors. I said, I'd like to do a scan of your head because I think and I fear there may be something wrong, making you a little less spry, little less active, little less bright. Then you usually are. That's the advantage of having a board certified doctor working for you thinking about you. Not 1000. People in the lobby walking around their white coats like they're I don't know what soldiers and a Broadway, said no here of a doctor in the private boutique setting. I saw something that changed in her. We gotta scan and sure enough, she had a third tumor. She had a meningioma good size meningioma more than an inch more than 2.5.
"sergent" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand
"Then when sergent got in there and saw that it was not bad but it was something else was like. Oh yeah her heartache. She was in good health and then all of a sudden shouldn't persistent pain. A lot of paint. That was not getting better. And and yeah and then finding theros crazy grapefruit size tumor inside. Her body was shock. Surrey and sad and and just watching her job away. Had knowing that there was nothing i could do about it. You know you feel helpless when you're when you're not the person we're just you know the family member and you can't you wanna do everything and and take care of it and fix it and And you can't do that so it's an and the fact that we also lived three thousand miles away from each other. Didn't make it easier either. And then of course when she wound up getting where it looked like this was really. She was not going to be known to this. Really even more of own trying to come to terms of when is going to happen to you know wind. I what where do i go. Because that's one of the things that you know. We were afraid and death. And i'm have really. I've been able to come to terms since because of her experience. I'm writing a book and the book. I talked about the fact that she was my cheerleader. She when i call express frustration with trying to grow my business. She would always tell me how you know how much progress and how proud she was. She's like you're doing really great and lost that it was hard that first year. My business was not good because i was grieving. And and it's really taken need until all myself open. Sugar is what i needed to learn from this to be able to position myself in a way that i can help others. She had had made me somebody who really was a dedicated person to house and narrator be her to be her buddy to be her sound ward to listen when she was complaining word. Cheer her on kind of world of difference. And.
"sergent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And it's another reason. Economy. Economy. Better results have a board certified doctor you're talking to in a boutique setting. That's what's so appealing about Radio surgery. New York 34 Broadway, Broadway 30th Street in the Heart of York City. Whenever a woman, the woman who's 75 years old, she was married to a physician and a physician, died. He's whittled chest three Children. She was found to have a lump in the breast and well, she had a lump in the breast, and it was about three centimeters. And she had the lump removed and lymph node biopsied. And then she had a pet scan showing lymph nodes below the breast by the pectorals, muscle sub pectorals nodes. And, yes, of course, women have pectorals muscle just like men. And after the lumpectomy, she had no treatment. No treatment, and we know that just surgery on the breast is usually not adequate therapy. Wow. She was seated, a big hospital they cut on her. But they didn't complete the therapy attracted and even tower about the therapy. And she came here because a listener listener like you said, Hey, You better go see Dr Liederman and have a fresh second opinion about all the options and that's what she did. And well, we found her. We found that her breast cancer wasn't treated. You went to a big hospital. It wasn't treated. And she was at high risk for the cancer coming back, and she came here and she completed her therapy with our special radiation to her breast. This is the work that we do every day. And we staged rub, and by the way, we staged her up, and the doctors at that other big hospital had done a scan of her body and they found a mass in the kidney, and they never told her about the mass in the kidney. What is the master? The kidney mean what means it could be cancer. And so I told her Not only do you have a breast cancer that wasn't adequately treated the big hospital. But you have a mass in the kidney and apparently didn't tell her that either. And so we arranged for a biopsy and you can easily do a biopsy of the kidney, usually sad to say. Sergent Urologist Urologist are surgeons who operated the urinary system from the kidneys and the ureter, the bladder, the testicles, every throw. Usually you're always just removed the kidney. When they find a kidney cancer. They do surgery on the kidney that usually most commonly removing the whole kidney. Well, this is a woman who was found of cancer. She found another hospital that never told her. I guess it's so chaos over there. There's sometimes of these big hospitals, 1000 doctors walking around in white coats. Do you feel like I guess you're supposed to feel comfortable, But in fact, none of those doctors knew who she was. None of those doctors really cared about her. None of those doctors told her that she had a mass in the kidney. None of those doctors offered to take care of them asked. None of those doctors told her about all the options. Until she came here and we told her about the mass. She agreed to have a biopsy. It was a painless, easy biopsy. She's numbed up a tiny little needle goes in the kidney and came back with cancer. So she had to separate cancer. She had a breast cancer. The big hospital. She had surgery on Lee, but she did not complete her therapy. And then at the big hospital, found a mass of the kidney and didn't even tell her about it. She came here for us to take care of a human being. Not just to think about her as a breast or breast cancer, but no to take care of the whole patient. And we've taken care of the whole patient and she came to us three years ago with his breast cancer and this kidney mass. We found a kidney cancer and both have been treated. And she's in remission from both. Cancers to separate on related cancers, one in the breast and one in the kidney. That was years ago three years ago, and then she came for follow up recently she came for follow up. And I saw that she wasn't as spry shows this active. She used to be, and I asked her about it asked her daughter. What they thought I said to me, you've changed and she has other doctors to remember. She was married to a doctor, so they have friends who are doctors. I said, I'd like to do a scan of your head because I think and I fear there may be something wrong, making you a little less spry, little less active, little less bright. Then you usually are. That's the advantage of having a board certified doctor working for you thinking about you. Not 1000. People in the lobby walking around their white coats like they're I don't know what soldiers and a Broadway set. No. Here you have a doctor in the private boutique setting. I saw something that changed in her and we got a scan. And sure enough, she had a third tumor. She had a meningioma Good size meningioma more than an inch more than You wanna have centimeters in size in her brain? Separate third tumor, so should have breast cancer that we treated. She's in remission. Chazz, a kidney cancer that we treated in remission, and now she has a brain tumor meningioma. Remember, we're the first In New York with brain radiosurgery, one of the first in the world with stereotyped IQ, noninvasive brain pinpoint no cutting, no bleeding radio surgery. That's the work that we do. With an NGO Almas. There's benign brain tumors in the brain like meningitis, Hamas and acoustic and Roma's and pituitary tumors. Our success rate of 97% very, very, very high. And we also, of course, take care of brain cancers like metastases cancers of Travel to the brain or another category. And primary brain cancers like Cleo Bless Thomas and and a plastic cast aside, Thomas primary cancers It starts in the brain. We have a huge amount of experience and, well, this woman now. Trust us because when number one we treated her breast His intermission. Years later, we told her about the kidney cancer when the other people found it, But it didn't tell her Wow. Here. She found out everything..
48-year-old Dallas police officer dies because of COVID-19
"Kobe 19 has claimed the life of a Dallas police officer. Here's W B A. P S Clayton level with more 48 year old Dallas police Sergent Bronc McCoy died this Week in a local hospital. His family says he was battling Co Big 19 and was recovering until his fight took a turn for the worst last week when his sister says he had a stroke and was put on a ventilator. McCoy leaves behind two Children, DPD, mourning his loss, calling the sergeant and outstanding and dedicated
"sergent" Discussed on Lexicon Valley
"Singing I'd love to take orders from you on the radio. You'RE GONNA. Love. You value. Take off from you. Know that rule one may who that one thing I But I'm going in fact that brand. Name you. What? Take on. So. How about another one? BILKO BILKO is, sergeant? Bilko. K. Sergeant Wise and it sergent why is it certain? He just kind of no, but shouldn't be sergent. But then again, imagine somebody over across the pond and they're gonna ask something like mummy we say Clark what some people say clerk why do you Merican say clerk and that's a good question and it's because clerk became Clark. There's that alternation and you see it in various words no show music fans I'm not about to play it from pal. Joey with that rhyme that song does not appeal to people other than us in our little sorority fraternity. So not that one but clerk Clark what about the word? Varsity. Varsity. Noticed that there's university and Varsity and that they must have relationship and that relationship is that you could say university and there were some people who did and then there's some people talk about versity. So it's that same alternation that starts over here and you never know just where. To settle, and so what did start out as sergent became sergeant over there and that completely one out and so we have the word here and we say geant instead of sergent and it makes just as much sense as talking about the Varsity show opposed to the versity so which we don't quite want even though the word is university, you have to play the theme sock I. Know I. Just did a song but the Sergeant Bilko Song is very short. This is the syndicated version but I just have to I've seen every episode of Bilko. I recommended.
"sergent" Discussed on KOMO
"Week, where do our city leaders stand? And what do they plan on doing in response and actually the story from comas? Jonathan Charles Still no official word from the Mayor, City Council. I'm condemning this violence or laying out some sort of plan to reassure the public and we have also not heard from Seattle police chief Adrian Dia's, however, his office, unlike the Mayor and council, respond to some of our questions. SPD spokesperson says chief DEA has been out on the streets to personally examined the damage and is condemning the violence calling for peaceful protests. When I asked what she D s doing to reassure the public The spokesperson responded by saying he was instrumental in crafting to SPD block posts outlining what happened during Wednesday night's violence and highlighting Diaz is swift decision to put an officer on administrative leave and Launch an investigation after video emerged during the officer using his bicycle to roll over a protester lying on the ground. But the spokesperson did not address our questions about police tactics used on protesters when she ideas would stand with the mayor to let the public know about next steps in dealing with the social unrest. Again that Jonathan show. He was also saying Thursday night we have eight people arrested in activity and then Wednesday night there were 13 arrests. Pierce County Man accused of killing his pregnant ex girlfriend back in court yesterday, calling Dudley pleading not guilty to a count of first degree murder. Investigators believe he killed Cassandra Control. A month ago, Her body recovered from that Woody hillside there in the area of Chambers Bay as a few miles from Dudley's home. Central's family said she was pregnant with Dudley's child. The judge ordered deadly to be holding $2 million bail and set a tentative trial date for November. The 18th 908 here at coma, the head of the FAA says he wants to take the ground of Boeing 7 37 Max on a key test flight. This coming week Reuters reporting that Steve Dixon will be in Seattle to personally test out the changes Boeing made To its fleet of passenger planes. Dixon has repeatedly said he would not sign off until he flew it himself. The planes have been grounded for more than a year after the two deadly crashes overseas. Sergent Cove in 19 Hospitalizations will push intensive care beds to capacity in our state and across the country. That's according to some new projections from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation. The institute's Dr Ali Meqdad says as cases increase, of course, hospitalizations will increase accepted more cases in this January pressure.
"sergent" Discussed on 710 WOR
"So many lives and tell your friends and have patients. I know that you do that because I have patients ask. So how did you find out? I said I was in the grocery store and someone heard me talking about cancer and I don't know that person. But they told me Call Dr Liederman before you do anything called to 12 choices, and this woman called and came in, and I met with her two years ago. About this lung cancer. Remember the surgeons of this big hospital? One of the push they were pushing here, however long part of her lung removed. When she came here on DH. She trusted and believed in the shoulder Examples. I shudder exactly what we do. She met her team and she chose her treatment. Has been two years and she's pretty much off of oxygen. She's exercising. She's breathing better. And The cancer is gone. The cancer is gone that masters and the long is gone. She's breathing better. She's exercising better. She's walking better. She's not relying On oxygen like she was before. This is the work we do. And remember that Sergent never told her about radiosurgery machines. So if you go to a famous super duper place, you'll be sure to get great care. Well, that's what you think. This woman went to super duper great place, so to speak, and they never told her about all the options she'd never heard about the option. Tio radio listener like you. Patter in his shoulder and say, Hey, you better go see Dr Liederman. This's the work that we do every day. We have lots of examples. Getting calls even now to 12 choices to 12 to 46 40 to 37 to 12 to 46 40 to 37. You can call even now. And get information. We'll send it to you. There's no charge for information booklet DVD. It's better always to meet in person. It's better. Sometimes you could think all this calling the radio or a call on the phone. Ask a question. Promise about 90% time. The patient has not been told about their case. It's like the prostate man. I talked about the big advertising executive. He was never told that the cancer was left behind. The surgeon left the cancer at the time of robotic surgery and so often patients are not told and therefore they're not told they don't know. And that's why it's so important to come here to get a fresh second opinion. That's what we do every day at 13 80 for Broadway Doctor Liederman radio surgery. New York was about a woman who's 73 years old, His Hispanic woman she's from Puerto Rico. She has two kids. She comes to their sons. And three years ago she had a chest X ray, which is have normal she had a breast mass. Then traveled to the long so she presented with stage four cancer. She had a breast mass that was for 40.6 Centimeters had traveled to the long in the arm pitch went from one place to another big hospital, not the biggest, another big hospital. They gave her a year of chemotherapy, and it didn't work. And chemotherapy often doesn't work. Why is that? Well, number one. God doesn't say chemotherapy cures Everybody, not in the Bible number one number two. Cancer's Pretty smart cancer is not like a table.
Authorities search for latest missing soldier from Fort Hood
"The army is asking for the public's help in finding a missing soldier from Fort Hood in Texas the third disappearance from the base in a year the family of twenty three year old sergent elder Fernandes is pleading for help in finding him Fernandes was last seen Monday when his staff sergeant dropped him off at his home in Colleen Texas the Fernandes disappearance comes four months after twenty year old soldier Vanessa again was reported missing her remains were found last month the suspect in her death killed himself a year ago private first class Gregory moralis was reported missing later found dead in Killeen secretary of the army Ryan McCarthy says Fort Hood has one of the highest rates of murder sexual assault and harassment in the army the base commander is under review hi Jackie Quinn
"sergent" Discussed on 710 WOR
"We are back and every night at midnight every night at midnight when a man is really incredible. He's 72 years old. He's an architect. He came with his wife. He's married. He's got a child, and about six months ago, he went to one of the hospitals in the five boroughs. Who was John does retrieves his yellow skin turned yellow. And it was diagnosed have a pancreas cancer. So many people we see the pancreas cancer turned yellow because the wild ducks ducks and take the juices from the pancreas and the liver gets blocked. And the blockage makes the juices go back up into the skin, and the stool turns clay colored in the urine turns tea colored and the skin is yellow in the eyes or yellow or green. You've probably seen that bit of pancreas cancer in a cancer of the pancreas. Any other cancer marker in a C A 99 which is a blood test that was in the thousands. He had surgery. He went to one of the super pooper big hospitals TTO do. It's called a Whipple radical surgery and sad to say the surgeons didn't even do the best testing toe. Look for cancer before they did the surgery. So why would the surgeons wanna operate without looking and getting the best test? Why would they do that? Well, you can tell me what you think. But they did. The surgery was useless. Of course. He was sick from the surgery and recover from the surgery. And it certainly didn't help him. They didn't remove. Any of the cancer did abdominal pain afterwards and he came to me. He came to me wishing Tio have treatment. He was seen by doctors at one of the super pooper big hospitals and they proposed chemotherapy. They proposed chemotherapy combination chemotherapy. Upside of being in a practicing, and he had this mass in the pancreas and we staged him up and we found cancer in the liver. Well, I believe that the Sergent could have known that the cancer was advanced. The cancer was unrestricted ballin operable, but the surgeon wanted to operate on the patient into this big hospital. They were mesmerized by the Big hospital. And it didn't help that surgery didn't help him, in fact, had heard him because Take a person open up. Their ballet is not so easy to recover, and there's Costas cost your body and cost your pocketbook. There's a cost to everything, and he didn't win anything. So he came to me. Fed up with the super duper big hospital fed up with this diagnosis of pancreas, cancer, liver metastases with surgery didn't help and he came to me with this mass in the pancreas, so we treated him And I just saw him a few days ago. And he is so happy is and well, you're so happy says Yeah. After you treated my pancreas cancer, my sex life came back. Well, OK, That's probably a sign that he's feeling better, and he's recovering. And yes, he has. Cancer of the pancreas is cancer in the liver. We are treating the liver. Now. We just finished in the pancreas. And this is the work that we do, And of course, we'll follow him with pet scans and blood tests and cancer markers. Like CIA, 19 9 And I could tell you that, for most people in whom we treat pancreas cancer, over 90% were able to stop our shrink the cancer where we aim the beam. So he came on his own. He came because really, a radio listener encouraged him to come at the big hospital that we're gonna give him chemo for his life. And he fellows is like a death sentence. Chemo for life. And we know that chemo doesn't cure anybody with regular pancreas cancer. So why would you take it for life? It's expensive, average key most $10,000 a month. There's toxicity and there's no chance of cure. So what's the point there? This man wants quality of life and he's got it with radiosurgery. He's had our treatment is tolerated. Well, sexual life has come back after radio surgery for his Pancreas. Cancer is happy about that. He comes in. He commutes from Staten Island to our facility to our office in.
"sergent" Discussed on 710 WOR
"So many lives and tell your friends and have patience. I know that you do that because I have patients ask. So how did you find out? I said that was in the grocery store and someone heard me talking about cancer and I don't know that person. But they told me Call Dr Liederman before you do anything called to 12 choices, and this woman called and came in, and I met with her two years ago. About this lung cancer. Remember the surgeons of this big hospital? One of the push they were pushing here ever lung part of her lung removed. When she came here on DH. She trusted and believed in the shoulder Examples. I shudder exactly what we do. She met her team and she chose her treatment. It's been two years and she's pretty much off of oxygen. She's exercising. She's breathing better. And The cancer is gone. The cancer is gone that masters and the long is gone. She's breathing better. She's exercising better. She's walking better. She's not reliant. On oxygen like she was before. This is the work we do. And remember that Sergent never told her about radiosurgery machines. So if you go to a famous super duper place, you'll be sure to get great care. Well, that's what you think. This woman went to super duper great place, so to speak, and they never told her about all the options she never heard about the option. Tol radio listener like you. The pattern on his shoulder and say, Hey, you better go see Dr Liederman. This's the work that we do every day. We have lots of examples. Getting calls even now two and two choices to 12 to 46 40 to 37 to 12 to 46 40 to 37. You can call even now. And get information. We'll send it to you. There's no charge for the information booklet. DVD. It's better always to meet in person. It's better. Sometimes you could think all this calling the radio or a call on the phone. Ask a question. Promise about 90% time The patient has not been told about their case. It's like the prostate man. I talked about the big advertising executive. He was never told that the cancer was left behind. The surgeon left the cancer at the time of robotic surgery and so often patients are not told and therefore they're not told they don't know. And that's why it's so important to come here to get a fresh second opinion. That's what we do every day at 13 80 for Broadway Doctor Liederman radio surgery, New York was about a woman who's 73 years old, His Hispanic woman she's from Puerto Rico. She has two kids to come to their sons. And three years ago, she had a chest X ray, which is abnormal. She had a breast mass that traveled to the long so she presented with stage four cancer. Get a breast mass that was for 0.6 centimeters had traveled to the long in the arm pitch went from one place to another big house, but not the biggest. Another big hospital. They gave her a year of chemotherapy, and it didn't work and chemotherapy often doesn't work..
"sergent" Discussed on 710 WOR
"After robotic surgery. It was predicted and urinary problems leaking urine well after open surgery. Same study Page 10 Figure 12 of our booklet. At that super pooper Big hospital. 80% of men are leaking urine. 86% are leaking yearn after robotic surgery. So for this man, A Sergent knew years ago that cancer was left behind in. The surgeon never told him number one. The surgeon never sent him anywhere never sent him here for treatment. And then, as the PSA rose and of course, the PSA rises because the cancer's left behind cancer cells left behind grow more cancer makes hire P ece and so Over the years, this man became upset and the same surgeon who never told him about the complications of surgery, never told him about the fact that he had cancer left behind in his own cancer. Prostate surgery result. He gave him one month follow pills to temporarily suppress the cancer using hormones. Well, hormones don't cure anybody by themselves with prostate cancer. And to give this man who had had radical surgery was left with terrible erections. Leaking urine growing P ece growing cancer to give him a one month supply of Kasa decks, which is a Anti testosterone pill a one month supply wouldn't do anything useful. For 10 fighting cancer. There's on ly one chance to be have a chance to be cured of that is tohave radiation, and we believe the best radiations here. In the stereotype tick frame with Dr Liederman with a group that has lots of experience over decades. Thiss patient was never told that he was never told He had one chance left to be cured, and that's what we do every day. And if you know someone this is so important that you know someone who's had surgery and again we don't advocate surgery. Don't recommend surgery for prostate cancer in general But for this man had it already before coming here and was left with all those complications. And now the CIA is rising. He was never given a chance, tohave curative therapy and by the way over the years four years ago His cancer grew into a big ball into his pelvic area, and he went to another super duper big hospital. The doctors put their finger in his rectum, felt the ball felt the mass of cancer. Put their needle into this mass of cancer. And missed the cancer. Again. Another strike out there was a ball of cancer documented by an M R. I Rising P ECE. Put their Nido into that mass missed it and then falsely reassured him knowing that there was already cancer left behind for that surgery. They never told him about the pathology that never told a cancer is left behind. They said. Well, they put a needle and there's nothing there. They falsely reassured him when they falsely missed the cancer, and now that ball is growing more his Pearson's gone higher. And finally, yesterday, when I sat down with the patient and his wife, they finally understood what happened to him over the entire decade. Why the cancer came back after the super surgeon with a Ro butt caused all this calamity left cancer behind caused his sexual in urinary problems. They found up that they found out there were other options available. Had a patient come here, there would have been a 90% chance to be cancer.
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"Denard. We've got Evan Brown. We've got sergent major Donald McAllister about operation resiliency. We'll talk about that at six forty five pairs up next though, it's sixty sixty degrees. Yep. And we've got a few clouds. Here's Heather York morning right now new wreck on highway three eighty five near Kirby death highway three eighty five near Kirby. We also like on eastbound three eighty five at Winchester to par crash working on Winchester, clear brook. No, injuries reported out there and police have pulled that off to the side of the roadway sixty four Germantown Parkway which offic yard. This report is sponsored by smart mouth, not wash never have bad breath. Only smart mouth mouthwash prevents bad breath for twenty four hours pool into CVS. Walgreens, WalMart or wherever you shop and pick up a bottle of smart mouth today or visit smart mouth dot com. For today, we've got sunshine high temperature near eighty degrees, then for tonight, mostly clear skies, a low in the mid fifties. Then for tomorrow, sunny, a high near eighty some evening rain in a high in the upper seventies right now, we've got a temperature of sixty degrees. Memphis morning, news time is six thirteen. And if you don't like, the weather, wait, ten minutes. Hi, I'm Rick Edman. And that's great advice for the stock market to it's easy to get upset when the market falls. But we have to remember is that this too shall pass. Let's say, but sometimes it can feel hard to do. So in times like these. When stock prices are swinging wildly one day to the next making you worry that your financial future might be at risk. Here's the advice, you need don't feel that you have to go it alone. I invite you to talk with one of my experienced, financial planners at.
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"For three hundred million dollars after Barack Obama gave him a CIA contract worth six hundred million dollars. Interesting. Jeff biz base. I think it's basis he said a new record. He lost more money than anyone in history. And it doesn't matter in two days. He lost nineteen point two billion dollars trading on on the stock market. It's you know, on paper, technically, it has the most money ever lost by anyone in that amount of time. According to the Bloomberg billionaires index, but don't feel bad for Jeff. He woke up after having lost nineteen point two billion dollars. Keep in mind that the point to is two hundred million dollars. The rounding error that he just drop off as a tip at lunch is two hundred s great. He's a very successful. He figured something out and the world beat a path to his door. He built a better mousetrap. And he has been rewarded for an extraordinary fashion. He's still worth after losing nineteen point two billion dollars in two days. He's still worth I think are comfortable one hundred twenty eight point one billion dollars. Again, the point one is one hundred million dollars. He did peak out. However last month at one hundred sixty seven point seven billion dollars one hundred sixty seven point seven billion dollars. Now, it's down to one hundred twenty eight point one billion most people could probably get by on the point one billion for a couple of years at least hundred million dollars here. And there the Washington Post they have this Greg sergent guy his very angry. He he doesn't like Trump. Don't now President Trump announced yesterday. I do we have the thing from the vox interview where he's talking about. Oh, I'm sorry. It's axios where the president is talking about. And it's kind of weird because he's talking to this reporter guy and the reporter asked him. Well, what about ending birthright citizenship? Can you do that by executive order and the president is like, yeah. I can't do it by executive order. Yeah. I might do it by executive order. I don't know if he got the idea right here, you know, Bronco or not, but you know, Barack Obama he is the executive order for all kinds of things that were at least stretching the bounds of constitutionality. He's circumvented the congress at every turn that that awful horrible. Iran deal was not a treaty even though in history. It's a new it's the only nuclear non treaty we've ever signed up for and Barack Obama. He just has no use for branches of government. He just signed it in the news media. Oud. An. Odd. And they thought it was wonderful. So the reporter with axios not vox, but axios sitting down with President Trump yesterday who does more media interviews in a week than Barack Obama does in a year or did in a year while he was president. And and he's asked about this birthright citizenship thing now to be clear for those who don't know birthright citizenship is if you're on US soil when you give birth you're a woman or a democrat man, and you're giving birth and you're on US soil. You can literally pole vault across the border in Canada land in upstate New York. Pop out a Muffin and boom the Muffin as a US citizen. Now, you can be a wanted criminal in Ukraine, and if you are on a layover at Chicago's O'Hare airport, and you go into the delta lounge and you give birth. The mother is not a US citizen the mother's not with anyone else. Else that child born in the delta lounge at Chicago's O'Hare airport to Ukrainian war criminal. Who is not a US citizen is are you a US citizen? The baby is the US citizen. This is insane. In the age of jets, and automobiles and high-speed trains. This is insane. And I've been saying for years and years and years that we should put an end to this and President Trump has mumbled about it. He's talked about it here and there a little bit. And and yesterday he was asked about it. And he gave this answer this little back and forth on immigration, some legal scholars believe you can get rid of birthright citizenship without changing the constitution. We ordered. Exactly, right. Have you thought about this? Tell them all it was always told to me that you needed a constitutional amendment. Number one, number one. You don't need that number. Over it. You can definitely do it with an act of congress. But now they're saying I can do just with an executive order now how ridiculous with the only country in the world where a person comes in has a baby and the baby is essentially a citizen of the United States for eighty five years with all of those benefits. It's ridiculous. It's ridiculous. And it has to end and have you talked about that with council. So where in the process in the process it'll happen. An executive order. That's what you're talking about. Yes. Exactly. I didn't think anybody but knew that. But me, I thought I was the only one the only one who knew that says he's talked to counsel about it. That's come up and. I know I hope he does it'll it'll raise constitutional hackles and there'll be a fight over it. And then we'll be talking about it. And it's something that we should be talking about one way or the other. Well, Greg surgeon is a lefty, and he types for Dr evil, and he's at the doctor evil posts. He's got this headline this morning. Don't fall for Trump's desperate race baiting birthright citizenship stunt now, you really don't have to read the piece at that point. Do you have where Greg Sargent the journalists stands on this story? And where the Washington Post stance on the story because Greg doesn't really get to clear his own headlines either it's a desperate race baiting birthright citizenship stunt and says stunt and it's race baiting, and it's desperate. That's just in the headline. That's good stuff. Yeah. Right now as you desperate race baiting. Stunts I think like. What was his name Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri hands up don't shoot that was a desperate race baiting? Stunt the beer summit. With sergeant Crowley end. Skip gates the professor from Harvard who got locked out of his own house because he's not so smart after all and then got arrested for being abusive to the place desperate race baiting political stunt Trayvon Martin desperate race baiting political stunt, Freddie, gray the heroin dealer in Baltimore, desks with the cops are all the bad guys. You know, Hispanic black cops, they're all the racists and bad guys. Remember that since then more than a dozen police officers have been targeted and killed murdered by lefties who are just setting out to murder police officers that wasn't happening before Barack Obama launched his war against the place. But I noticed that the news media never talks about this. When five police officer murdered at a black lives matter rally, that's led by Al Sharpton in Dallas, the news media. Never connects these dots. These are unconnected. That's there. Like dirt in tied the dots. Just spread out. Never to be connected again. And you guys are the desperate race baiting. You're the clan. Your Jim crow, your Jefferson Davis, your slavery. You're the confederacy you're standing in schoolhouse doors. You're a boarding forty percent of the black population. You're harvesting their organs, and you're giving out a words for it. And I gotta say I'm not really eager to sit around and be called a racist by people like you you literally collect their organs. Literally. It's quite amazing. The Washington Post has another one typed up by they got three people more and more because they worked for the richest men in the world they no longer assigned one reporter to a story they signed three four five sometimes six reporters to a story. I don't know how you have type that up together. It must be painful shooting victims family. This is back to Pittsburgh now shooting victims families shuns, President Trump in Pittsburgh as top officials declined to join him. They don't mention that. There are left wing Democrats who are filled with hatred for Trump and are pushing the civil war thing here in the United States. But they've got you know, more rubbed blanket. Avi. Selleck Mark Berman all typing for the Democrats here. Morning family doesn't want to meet him. Well, it's not mandatory. They don't have to know. It's you you you you can do whatever you want. That's that's fine. Now, if someone refused to meet with. With President Obama. They were racists, they were horrible people there. The media dumped all over them because they were horrible people. If someone doesn't want to meet with Trump, it's because they're heroic if they don't want to go to the White House after winning the stupor bowl or something the World Series, then they're heroes for being part of the resistance. Right. And they found a family, and you know, God bless them. They're in mourning. But the news media's year to capitalize on their morning and to exploit them for disgusting racist political purposes, I just threw in racist. Because it's more fun that way, I think now let's go to let's go to the, oh, I've got another one to the news media's excited about this. And then I want to go to the rabbi. The Washington Examiner congressional leaders decline invites to join Trump in Pittsburgh. Now the fake news media. They're saying even Republican congressional leaders refused to go with Trump. That's silly and stupid. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell and house speaker Paul Ryan both had scheduling conflicts, they already had obligated themselves to be elsewhere. So they couldn't go with the president on Air Force One up to Pittsburgh for this solemn event. However, Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer and minority. House minority leader Nancy Pelosi, we're invited to join Trump in Pennsylvania, but declined they didn't claim they had a scheduling conflict or anything in the kind. They just said they're not going because they're not with us. That said it's not just that they're not with Trump and they're not with Republicans. We know that there are filled with hatred for that. And they and they we had this this clown. Also is the clowns Stiller is a while. Now, it's. Oh as an online clown saying. Oh, yeah. You should Hillary called Republicans every name in the book prove it. Here's Chris Plante show waiting for some proof of your claim turned fifty five this morning that Hillary calls people every name in the book. I don't know where have you been in jail and North Korea for the last couple of years or what you could play half of Trump's supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables races,.
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"High psa psa who's very elevated gleason seven cancer hit a workup and the workup showed no of cancer spread is putting hormone therapy was put on loop raanan cassidy one's a shot once a pill and he had that for about a year and then he came to us because he understood that hormones don't cure anybody with prostate cancer by themselves and the at a rock hard prostate i examined him his face was normal lymph nodes are normals lungs were clears was fine but his prostate was rockhard sided advanced prostate cancer we called all the records we examined them we staged him and then we treated him and now he is cancer free so hit a rock hard prostate high psa gleason seven more difficult case and this is the work that we do every day at thirteen thirty four broadway broadway and thirtieth street in manhattan here's another patient who called up as the floor of mouth cancer saw sergent advised to be seen by surgeons by the surgeon certain said up surgery the no radiation he told him all maybe radiation can hurt his job on well this man is fifty eight years old and he does not want to have a deforming surgery you knows if he has a deforming surgery on this floor of mouth slightly off hot difficulty speaking and eating and this kind of cancer cancers of the mouth area are very sensitive to our work and with us we leave the body intact so that's very different than surgery which usually by definition removes part of the healthy body.
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"Delving into what was behind fbi director james comey's firing former us attorney brite a pre barar was on cnn trump will avoid going through the regular process for pardoning someone who's an ally in this case it was your pyo the sheriff in arizona and there has been much speculation about whether or not donald trump would hesitate to use his pardon power to get out of legal jeopardy in trouble any allies of his puerto rico's governor says cancel that three hundred million dollar power grid restoration deal with white fish energy holdings that deal was not bid out competitively san juan mayor carmen yuban ulan cruz who zan issues with whitefish says now rather than just repealing the contract it should be voided why he is this a little clause in the contract that states doubt a fat that cancels the contract or in any way just eliminate said why fish will get reasonable profits of what they've already charged by sfor whitefish could pull out with seventy percent of puerto rico still without power was an altercation in last june in mali involving to us navy seals and a member of the green berets army staff sergent logan j malger died now cbs's david martin confirms that those two members of seal team six are being investigating for fellow the following the homicide houston texans owner bob mcnair apologized after making a statement imprint referring to nfl sidelined protests during the national anthem mcnair said an espn the magazine we can't have the inmates running the prison and says cbs's roxana saberi with ron field reaction today mayors across the nfl have reacted strongly seattle seahawks quarterback richard sherman tweeted don't apologize he met when you said showing true colors allows people to see you for who you are and brian iraq po a linebacker for the tennessee titans wrote that's how they really feel those words out of this man's mouth or infuriating to me and the rest of my brothers in this league most of the houston texans players took a knee during the anthem them today before this game in seattle with the world series tied at two the la dodgers strike first they scored three runs in the top of the first inning to lead the astros 3's zip former president george hw bush in a wheelchair on the field gave the ball to former president george bush forty one fired the ceremonial first pitch.
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"Basically he said while i guess he knew what he signed up for but i get it yeah terrible thing to say is that awful these people are despicable reprehensible awful terrible this on as people arnold roy is the father of a soldier that was killed in and combat along with the staff sergent johnson who is in the middle of this political firestorm the democrats have started and earn a right told time magazine he said that uh president trump called him he said his tone was great is comments were appropriate and then arnold right the father of one of the green berets killed by the truckload i said i'll say it my son knew what he signed up for he signed up to be a green beret he had no illusions about what that meant they said and let's go to well with that let's go to the telephones uh let's go to gary in richmond virginia gary you're on the chris plante show hey career here brother from another mother and you're the wanted to talk and with your life well i'm still trying to anybody hey i i'm i'm walked up with you on your call all this stuff i think if you're a fantastic job and i have to say to her yes great job with president i will open here to your interview and i frankly thought maybe just maybe i know you're proud oh okay but i thought maybe you just have a little bit of nervousness you know talking to the president's first with a lead in people on your waiting for your current talking you're on the air while you're doing that but your head of at great i i couldn't believe it like i said i didn't hear any nervousness in your voice you're just her pro at a great job with it well thank you and and a truth is funny thing not admit if i was i was not nervous at all i was perfectly come my heart rate didn't move by in our knows what he i was completely come on i i might even be a little surprised by that myself but uh but that's the truth while you were ready for your moment health that well as good yeah thank you very much garriga.
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"They think linking bad while i guess he knew what he signed up for but i get it they are yeah uh so what a terrible thing to say is that awful people are despicable reprehensible awful terrible this on as people arnold roy is the father of face soldier that was killed in uh in combat along with the the staff sergent johnson who is in the middle of this political firestorm the democrats have started and earn a right told time magazine he said that uh president trump called him he said his tone was great is comments were appropriate and then arnold right the father of one of the green bay reyes killed by the triglycerides said i'll say at my son knew what he signed up for he signed up to be a green beret he had no illusions about what that meant these said and let's go to well with that let's go to the telephones uh let's go to gary in richmond virginia gary you're on the chris plante show hey chris this is your brother from another mother and you're the wanted to talking with your life well i'm still trying to anyone hey i am i've walked up with you on your call all the stuff i think you do a fantastic job at i have to say that her yeah great job with the president i will open here to your interview and i frankly thought maybe just maybe i know you're pro okay but i thought maybe you have a little bit of nervousness you know talking to the president especially with a lead in people when you're waiting for your current talking you're on the air while you're doing that we can handle that great i i couldn't believe it like i said i didn't hear any nervous within your voices heard wpro and with a great job with it throughout thank you and and a truth is funny thing not admit if i was i was not nervous at all i was perfectly come my heart rate didn't move in our knows what he i was completely come on i i might even be a little surprised by that myself but uh but that's the truth while you you're ready for your moment house that well as good yeah thank you very much geared.