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"st jude" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:49 min | 4 months ago

"st jude" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"You raised two billion dollars. How did that happen whether you were a for profit. Ceo or not for profit ceo when we were all going into this pandemic none of us had ever experienced a pandemic before it looked like we were going to be taking a material hip from a revenue perspective. We couldn't do in person events just to give you one example. We had been building up our digital fundraising capabilities. And then some very smart people that worked for me talked about ways that we could reach our supporters. Where they were we knew where they were. They were home so we employed every method that we could possibly employ to reach them at home to get our message across to see if they wanted to support our mission. Those terrible kind of estimates that we were making for revenue actually turned out to be false and we did incredibly well you worked with places like twitch and strada which people don't really think of as networks where donors hang out. How did that work. I actually am looking for different audiences that could support our mission up to sixty eight percent of our revenue comes from households with incomes of seventy five thousand dollars or less that would include young people and gamers. our typical donation is in the neighborhood of about forty three to forty five dollars. We have eleven million donors. This wasn't the first year that we had been working with influencers and gamers their audiences trust them so when matt pad or dr lupo and his wife would speak. Their audiences believed saint. Jude is a cause you need to get behind. What do you say to people who think that curing cancer is not a problem for charity. It's a problem for the medical industry to solve. sadly business. hasn't stepped up to solve the problem of pediatric cancer. There's very little investment from big pharma in pediatric cancer. Why because kids are a customer base of zero to eighteen. Would you rather work on a problem with a population from zero to eighteen or from eighteen to eighty eight in twenty twenty we developed a vaccine for covert nineteen did enough testing on it that the us food and drug administration would give it provisional approval and we figured out how to manufacture it and distribute it within sixteen months. I wondered if it leaves. Charities that deal with other diseases thinking Could we not do this for the disease. We're fighting. i dream about that all the time and wonder why it's taken us as long as it has but as i talked to doctors and scientists around the world this is just an incredibly complex problem through the work with our pediatric cancer genome project. We've now found out that there are many many sub types of these diseases and they're all very different and where a child is in terms of its development can affect its ability to survive these diseases. Apart from genomics you are raising money for such research as protontherapy immunotherapy in structural biology. Is there one that you find most compelling. I think it's attempting to solve the global childhood cancer problem in the united states. Saint judas has helped take the overall childhood cancer survival rates from twenty percent more than eighty percent..

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"st jude" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

07:47 min | 5 months ago

"st jude" Discussed on No Laying Up

"That distance is a massive massive. I definitely i would agree with that so you would think they would want guys that are going to fit their their stated strategy tan. I'm just saying he was on my radar. That's all. I'm so i love that idea. I think they're actually gonna skip over. Patrick read no i. Don't either i they. I think they have absolutely no plan for manning the personalities of this team like a colossal shit show. There's nothing that would just go. I did. I did not feel like the. Us is gonna lose the ryder cup until i interviewed. Paul mcginley talked about managing the individual players on the european team. Just like oh yeah. We're not doing any of that. Like imagine forces total bull. Oh yeah totally. it's like. How big corporate is this event into which corporate decisions are just all right. Let's all get in a room and make the most bland possible decision we could so we can be you know cannot be criticized like that's pretty much what the taskforces that's what they'll come up with like some computer generated task forces a perfect team for it then. Yeah so many presidential task this that look imagine stricker going to bryson to manage him and be like yeah just so you know you're going to play two matches your play with this. This person and this is how we're going to do not allow the team room. Imagine doing him managing read with like. That's just not going to happen. So they're gonna throw a bunch of town out there and hope they play golf I don't know if that's good formula for winning the ryder cup. But we'll see. I think it's totally with their model is going to be should lean in. Just make just the captain. Justin or toto wolff. Yeah one of those two. Can we talk about the the europeans a little bit. We're we're we're giving them short shrift. So i think they're picks make a net out really easily though so you so on the europe points. You've got rahm fleetwood hatton and fitzpatrick and roy. Not roy's fourth royce forth on that one. Yes oh yes you're right you're right okay. So european points okay. So yeah rahm fleetwood hatton and rory there it's patch and then on the world points you've got land casey fitzpatrick westwood and lowery correct. A like if i'm the us. I'm basically setting it up. So that a guy like fitzpatrick. Whose game is you know from a driving. Perspective somewhat. Similar to like a bryant hormone. I'm setting it up so like he's at a massive disadvantage and pressure. you know. he's i. Love mavericks patrick. But like for the ryder cup. He's kind of been. It's been a tough scene for europe. Last so i think he might need to take a knee. I'm going big. Bob mcintyre pools and sergio. Yeah i i think it's pulled sergio i would. I just have to imagine how two of the picks. I don't think they're gonna take big shabaab over justin rose but they really only have one pick. I think to make by all accounts. I would imagine that sergio impulse we're going to be on that team. And then i think you know looking at otherwise the guy that can make it kind of interesting would be if victor perez snuck in somehow I don't know where or like with world points. I don't know he's he's one behind or is he's twenty points behind lowry again. I'm not sure what that signifies or whatnot but You know with with european tour events upcoming and everything. Can you explain the difference european world. How they so. Yeah the european basically. It's like the european points writes mainly designed guys that play european tour for the most part but they only get four spots away to that so it's the top four on that list no matter what and then they go the next five on the world points which is basically like your world ranking or not otherwise qualified correct. So that's all good nine slots in with three captains victor pres- kind of right on the edge. One spot outright. And he's got a he's longest shit and he's got a pretty good game for whistling straights. The guy that just didn't i was expecting a lot more. You're just a lot more out of him. This year is peter's just expect a lot of him after twenty six. that just never really fully blossomed. I think Peres's not had a good run m. c. t. fifty nine mc mc mc so. It will be interesting. If he's got a lot of points out of the matchplay still from march so it will be interesting if he does sneak his way and really off not much playing form coming in. I mean talk about team rose. You got got forty six at the open. T thirty six at travelers missed the cut at the us. Open t twenty at colonial. Charles schwab Eight pj championship mc vowel. Sports seventh masters like as not playing at all. Be just not playing very well. Yeah something about some of those dudes that just flip it on. Though when it comes to this event they play not scared and we play scared so experience on their side. I think does matter. I really do. I just don't think it matters on the. Us side because a lot of experience has been shitting so tour schedule. Let's do it. The new tour schedule came out earlier. This week I'll highlight. i'll quickly go through some of the main highlights from a lot of this will be These notes be pulled from a golf digest article Down to to w g sees there is no more wgc slash mexico slash concession to formally just console my friend here. Tc who represents grupo salinas. Grupo salinas is has taken over title sponsorship of the pg tour latino america points a thing though huge massive. Yeah didn't didn't realize that. So if you're going to get rid of wdc's police get rid of hsbc right. They kept the stroke. Play the least important strokeplay. When load the fedex. St jude becomes a playoff event. That's means the northern trust is going away. Okay which i think that makes sense with fedex moving to i think we've talked about moving the fedex to like the tour championship but on some level. I think that makes sense. Totally makes way more sides them in there. And i think this is a great development for a lot of long standing tournaments that wgc's have just fell plastic. From the get. Go and i think there is some soul to events like bay hill to genesis two memorial and they get all kind of washed when you have so many you know all these events. You're supposed to care about a lot seeing some of these. Wgc's go away and seeing some love gets spread out to something like the new genesis scottish open which is now a co-sanctioned event with the european tour. I got a great development for golf. Fan totally agree. I don't think it means great things for the scottish open. I think renaissance's a factor. I think it's gonna be the course. I think especially with a bigger a bigger infrastructure coming to the event i think that is a big requirement for it. I don't foresee a big link swing unfortunately which we can talk about that when we get the and as well We knew that right now. When i say thought i thought it was interesting that they put the barber soul opposite the genesis scottish open. Because then that is they're basically conceding that hey we're gonna we're gonna give some european tour members some spots in the barbasol as a kind of a a olive branch for giving additional. Pga tour players stunned player starts on their tour. And then i think it also makes sense. Because they they're looking to do. They've got barb saul and barracuda. I think back toback active back as co sponsored events. Act so those. Are those go up against the scottish open and the open championship. And so with that mind. There's going to be also to co-sanctioned european tour and pga tour events in the us during those two events which i think is again good developments for for both tours and makes it worthwhile for european tour players to travel over and play in those events if they're not.

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"st jude" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

06:56 min | 5 months ago

"st jude" Discussed on No Laying Up

"I was pretty solid. Rose froze really good Anything else from fedex. I think it's interesting. I guess we can talk about this in a bit. But to see the guys that are playing fedex versus the guys that are playing reno. Gary woodland's out in reno really. Yeah that's wild truly not twentieth. On the ryder cup standings inkling barracuda. Maybe take a look at the hallows. Ryder cups calculated Should we becoming major from two thousand nineteen in this Thank you did not know that. But word too many other guys battling it out to move up a spot in the rankings in the radical rankings out in reno. But you wanna talk a little women's olympics. Yeah that was delightful. And you know what i wanna give. I just want to say. I felt that was rapid. Fire golf that we were watching at least the final round there it was. It was exactly how wanna golf broadcast to look. It was the pace was proper. It was they were just so dialed into the action of the tournament. And like the announcers were not. This is not a backhanded compliment. They were not putting you to sleep with the action rated usually you just. They just drone on during normal. Pga tour broadcasters. Whatever this just felt it felt elevated. Now i want to. I want to ask the question. I guess we got a good question in relation to this brick wetherbee said why did it feel like the women's olympic golf had more juice than the men. That's my theory but to me. I think it's it's fairly simple just in that is there's so many men on the record of like saying how much they don't care about it right right. I mean the women. You never see that. It seems like they are absolutely thrilled to be there. I think the women's game in general's probably would have to double check this but seems a little more worldly week to week. Anyways i mean so many more countries involved so many more tournaments around the world it just seems like more of a global global game on the women's side anyways in the olympics feels like kind of a natural culmination of that right and so when when all your superstars are totally bought in like. Yeah that that's gonna make a big difference opposed to someone like rory who for reasons. I think all of us completely understand. He's from very complex. Place like he just totally was was so apathetic about being there in the lead up in seekie had a good time and played well and and all that but Yeah i mean that makes a difference when you're when not only our world number whatever one two three four skipping a bunch of people out with cove it. I mean a lot of people you know. Dustin johnson brooks people just like now the smell. You not interested sierras in memphis. Also that that's gonna make a big fucking difference. It's it's right like it. Lines up well with the pga tour schedule. Either in france for the major then they went over there then. They've got the women's scottish open this week. Women's british open next week. I mean there's a there's a lot of big asked herman's going on for them. There's their major seasons a little bit later in the summer and and yet they'll showed up with bells on. I think it speaks. Their big factor is just that the lpga tour in women's golf in general is not bathing in a in just an embarrassment of riches right because they have more for them. They had this big. They have big tournaments. they have big majors. They're major standout so much more than the regular tour events regulatory events and the pga tour and men's golf in general has just had so much money influx into it and so many big events that like the olympics feels like a stop on tour whereas for the women it felt feels like something that i it just feels like a legit thing. You have to think about for the men's side is like there's like fifteen million dollars up for grabs here early this year like it benefits me not at all to go to japan for that like. Why would i do that. Versus for the women's getting the million dollar prize comes with the race to the semi globe. But it is not to say the marketability but for sponsorship wise and their marketability as athletes being olympian is a bigger deal than it would be to meant that fair to say. Yeah so it's easier to get into it. In that regard. I felt like i was watching something significant for each person that was going through and i didn't feel that on the men's side except for team. Rose nobody will ever get more mileage out of metal than he did. But he also had won the fedex cup like he had cashed in a ton of money. Some simple questions from connor. J. wilbur over and over under ten and a half gold medals for nellie coda. I'm going to have to think on that. I put this in the agenda. Thought neal was going to be on the show tonight. Also from knighted that would take her to what about twenty twenty sixty five something like that knighted posture. Where does this gold medal rank for. Nellie among her twelve majors again. Sorry well i think you almost feel like we should give neil. This would to make the race little more interesting. That's fine so she's at two. I think going back to the actual golf like there were a lot of a lot of players involved that final day in a lot of like non superstars right which almost made it kind of interesting. I think that was cool on the men's side. I didn't watch a ton of them inside. I knew. I will probably keep saying this but we were on. The roads. didn't get to watch everything we wanted to watch. But having some kind of random names up there and having ct pan get a medal and like some of that stuff is is kind of interesting especially given the context of stars opting out and what the the olympics means and all that stuff but we saw a lot of that with like a d ashok and some of the people that were were up there. It was like manna. A metal would be kind of life changer. For for some of these people which is really cool. I think On that front to it definitely helps you got three things to play for. Talk about that before I thought the core hottest shit there with the that sue nami rolling in all or the typhoon. All that stuff. Nazi non tropical storm tropical storm But yeah it was. It was The course was like just watching. It was firm. It was fast. It looked were full. Played that way for the women. Yeah yeah and they definitely. I thought they moved up. Moved up a couple of tease which was made it so much. More interesting and like that. Short par-four was unbalanced. So much fun to watch. Yeah they did a great job setting like to checking in on like that seventeenth hole of. Hey here's yuka so play in the seventeenth. Here's leaders will preview. Yes here's what the leaders are going to face in the opportunity that's gonna come in the final groups like she just made it to hear if you cover this bunker and hold the green you can do it too. Bailing right was not good place to be. Because you're and downhill all that stuff was working and it just speaks to watching the men play a little bit. We're able to watch. It was just you could spend it in. Stop it anywhere you want it to. It was just a typical. It was in the easy side of pga tour courses whereas the way the women's spin the ball and the the the launch angle that they put it in that how well that course played compared to how it did for the men just speaks to a lot of what you know the issue its first of all..

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Abraham Ancer of Mexico Wins FedEx St Jude Invitational

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Abraham Ancer of Mexico Wins FedEx St Jude Invitational

"Abraham ancer is secured his breakthrough PGA tour win with a playoff victory at the St Jude classic at the TPC Southwind course in Memphis the thirty year old Mexican fired a final round sixty eight that the joints and bones and Hibiki Betsy but at sixteen under and in a three way playoff a trio and taken advantage of poll finishes by the final pairing players Harris English and Bryson the sambo they both crashed out of the lead on the closing night after finding water answer secured his dramatic victory with a birdie at the second extra hole on Graham like us

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"st jude" Discussed on RJ Bell's Dream Preview

RJ Bell's Dream Preview

04:58 min | 5 months ago

"st jude" Discussed on RJ Bell's Dream Preview

"I don't even think he reacted no. He had no react. You borderline didn't go to the green walk straight to the scoring Go get it. Yeah i mean. Probably i could imagine all. Dj was thinking was all. At least i can get to my flight out of here. Quicker now adjusted this. The one plus so in terms of recent form dust is coming out. Four top twenty five before that 3-m on two of those being majors. And you know one thing. Dozens always On the law forces we talk about south win number nine most difficult on tour. So i do like dustin at a this week i honestly you know i was looking at it. I would see him on the twelve to one fourteen one rainstorm game at eighteen to once you just have to answer that and onto rury at twenty to one so roy ruin my best better. The week Last week at the olympics beating hofland It was good to see. Roy say after the olympics was over that it did mean something to him. maybe this inter fires rejuvenated energy for major championships in big events like this. But as far as this week fedex saint jude. Goes t- four here. He four here in two thousand nineteen in kind of like speak did not hit his arms During the event here losing three shots feeling approaches still managed to finish top five and last year. He didn't have a good week here at all. Really either finished. Thirtieth in putted the way that roy has typically putted on bermuda greens in the last few years. I roy's finished top ten. Three of his last six starts including a win at wellsfargo with being of may and i think Roy top ten ticket. Plus one eighty would be worth considering. And you know. I just think everything with roy's attitude and You know obviously a big change in what he thought of the olympics i would it actually was so i'm interested to see if this kind of kickstarts roy a little bit but on i'll probably nothing on him this week. I do like this week. Not cool nowadays with all these athletes. Everybody's taking their stance on certain things rory's one of those people. Actually that will change opinion. Once he kinda gets that new information does kind of cool to see him saying. I'm not really a dramatic by the nba league saying this recession awesome experience. You always have to have to stick with your Your first state right. There's no way that brooks t.j. while brooks or bryson would ever take a comment like that backs. I thought it was actually extremely impressive. By roy had predicted would vora would kind of respond to that tree and get back into it so we got olympics last week but right without coming up so i really like rory these next couple of weeks and months getting his game in shape for those kinds of things because you know even play on tour for twelve years. It's kinda get a little brooks you with it in terms of light. Only kind of worrying about the majors and national competitions in like it's he's gearing up perfectly for the playoffs east lakes right around the corner dominance that boys. So yeah. So he's twenty fifth in the fedex cup right now so obviously wants to be there for the tour championship s now. It's now time to to get it in gear. So let's let's do our next. I louis At twenty two to one you the best putter on tour would be do with how well this year right in. His last eight starts. Yes four second second-place finishes. He has tied six and tied twentieth at this event. Last few times he's played it and he's got the second best flooring. John tour is this the week he gets over the hump in winds Honestly hasn't been able to clause goes out event this year. So why would be able to do it against one of the best fuel all you know what i'm saying so if you're struggling to take down You know guys at the three open. You're probably gonna struggle to take down guys. Wgc so he's a stay away for me at this number. Twenty two one. I always you know. He has backed it up the best player on tour all year. I'd rather back a guy who's the best ball strike on tour than a guy who's the best butter on especially when they're playing a really difficult. Because you know you can only take so many twelve owners report in. That's eventually gonna run out so for me lose. Stay away the the most important thing unfortunately is the putters. Were not on sunday. So it's all it's all well and good to be shoots first-round sixty three. But if he can't make his you know his fight borders on sunday. then be at a magical stretch. Could come to an end. fairly quickly. I got all the facets of the game the putting is the one thing that can just kind of evaporate with the most quick for sure for sure. And you'll tell you. Can you can win a tournament with bad budding. honestly we.

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"st jude" Discussed on RJ Bell's Dream Preview

RJ Bell's Dream Preview

07:11 min | 5 months ago

"st jude" Discussed on RJ Bell's Dream Preview

"And i will be bringing you through this week's w fedex saint jude invitational. Tpc southwind to evaluate this week. It's obviously a top fifty players in the world at this and event at this event but we also have to account for some of the fatigue of the players who came from the olympics. Last week we have now had a major championship the olympics and is now a wgc on a four week stretch So gotta be a lot of some of the players coming from japan Running on fumes. I think in my valuation. That was something that i really had to look into. James how are you. I'm doing good. I'm doing good. It was fun. The golfing olympics again Talking about that fatigue Lot of web's probably off the charts on believed that the the the little the chart just going up and down of running on e. Yeah but this should be. I'm pretty sure Takes care of all that but Let's get into the fedex. Cup saint jude invitational This we had to be southwind in memphis tennessee. The course is designed by ron prichard. No relation to celtics new starting point guard. Peyton richard So it's a par seventy that's playing Seventy doom yards with only par. Fives has zoysia fairways and bermuda. Greens just like last week. The olympics we have a small field so only sixty six guys. Flying forty eight of the top fifty players playing the world notably john rama obviously sitting out because last week Positive kovic test but bryson makes his return actor Battling the you know the the the kovic situation so the last five winners of this tournament are justin thomas. One last year a brooks cut cut dustin johnson and then daniel berger back back years in sixteen seventeen so one thing to look at is this course he southland is being ninth most full force on tour and over the last five years. The average winnings four has been round thirteen fourteen under par. So let's get into those favorites. Well yeah yeah and one more note before we before jump into it as of yesterday this is actually the last year the fedex st jude will be played as a world golf championship. It will move into the fedex cup playoff rotation spy next year In the northern trust will be taken out of that rotation moved earlier in the year. We bring back firestone police. Yeah now. I know where. Where's it been i listened. Let's hold off. The tires gets back a little a little introductory sixty one like like twenty thirteen So yeah a lot. Of course. I think i don't. I'm not sure did you like tv. Southwind is a playoff course. i mean it's okay. It's just one of those things where you've seen. The courts be played. Whatever the tournament played time. That's the non wdc events so it's just like slapping wgc. On the i love the john deere classic but slapping it on that and expecting us you know. I think the tournament literally to stay alive could still would come there every year before the us open. Yeah yeah i saw some stat. That was like i'm a tiger has won eighteen. Wgc's seven wbz's in his twenties and he's you know four. Wd sees Eating oatmeal before and had like a lever different stats at an as a top most. Wc next up was yeah and then collins chasing not too far after that now but yeah So let's jump right into our favorites for fedex. Saint jude all. Start off with a kepco at twelve to one in. Rory talked about being inspired by the olympics. After the fact while brooks couldn't have cared less That he wasn't there him in at the sl swimsuit. issue party. Just absolutely turning so brooks Brooke obstacle killer sl over the olympics. We can't blame him. But here we go. Brooks is the clear cut favorite Saint jude this week. And this is a bit of a change. In the last two densities played in he was not favor at us open or the open but finished top ten in both for us open at six at the open championship. Where james cash. The top. ten ticket on him And he didn't start the week as favorites neither ended up being a very attractive top. Take itself this week. At saint jude. I don't think there's there's a lot of betting value of for brooks to win top twenty or top ten however the top five ticketed plus two twenty five is something that i i think. Listeners can't go wrong with very intriguing. Pick if you're looking for more value there's actually a combined picked to finish tickets that has broken morikawa both finishing in the top five at plus nine hundred that makes me a bit nervous with a call in just returning from the olympics. But what do you think james. So burke step his last eight starts easy to miss the cut. Benchtop six and there's no cut this week so definitely might be a look for him Finishing top five deathly happen taking the outright free favorite Because there's probably not as much as you want to see their lie in terms of He has five top fives at disadvantage leading a winning twenty nineteen so obviously this course suits in pretty well. So that's definitely something we'll look at me. Get into those picks so our next is column workouts while one conference type fourth olympics with a final round sixty three. It's getting to the point. Where in off week for him on guitar five. So including the british open work on one on his made eleven consecutive. That's on tour. That included nine top twenty six top ten to top five in that timespan. You also want. Wc earlier in earlier in the year. Concession calling his lead leading the tour strokes game green by significant margin literally anything but terrible e contents. The only thing. I'm looking for is fatigue. This week you talked about earlier will cling these weeks in a row combined with the long playoff and a letdown. Not getting a medal That's something to look at hannah for this week. But i going to ride with colin Until he shows any foreign bad golf you might as well right until the wheels fall off so against such a stack bill where forty two top fifty players might be a lot after him to win at twelve one but certainly like an some top ten twenty blades this week preferably top ten so moving on to zander with fourteen to one a great win last week in japan to win the gold medal and we cash a Are plus nine hundred tickets on him and this is not your typical gold medal medal.

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"st jude" Discussed on Golf Gambling Podcast

Golf Gambling Podcast

04:57 min | 5 months ago

"st jude" Discussed on Golf Gambling Podcast

"Today i would. I would really appreciate florida. The hurry the fuck up and give the indian organizations whatever that elevator asking for and let me stop. Dealing with offshore books and random locals who. Don't hang up very good odds. I know i mean has a whole plethora of prosper. Meanwhile you don't have a single match. Product prop night book. I don't even know what to plethora beans lacerra means a no you three amigos man oil kuopio out. Jesus see the i thirty years. I love that movie anyway. I break down and ten thousand hours so the gay range Short-range we got. Maury zander brooks dj. Rory so i'm off as andrew looked me in the man. Just wanna gold really. Does he really give a fuck easier for the day. And it's like christ. He must still be celebrating like winning a gold medal short field or not like man. What a what a fucking cool thing to have you know what. I made a gold medal. He's you shown up brooks always. Killing likes payday these type events. Where beats everybody else. But i mean look. I'm not going to nitpick these guys like i. I like speed. He's playing well. I think maybe it's caused yesterday. Here is probably because he used to be wildly inaccurate off the falklands sprayed everywhere. That's what we would always say. Now he's not doing that like he's he's good off the dow and he still has everything else in his game going. I don't like the fact that he's twenty percent owns by. I like speed i like. Dj man he. He's got a win right. I mean he's got to win like he hasn't won yet this year and he's won every county year for our many years in a row..

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Biden Visits Michigan to Tout Bipartisan Infrastructure Plan

St. Jude Shrine

00:19 sec | 7 months ago

Biden Visits Michigan to Tout Bipartisan Infrastructure Plan

"Up his bipartisan infrastructure package an additional plans for investing in families and education during a visit Saturday to a Michigan Cherry farm. President also pitched his immigration plans when a chatting with two couples from Guatemala who were picking Cherries, Democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer joined Biden in Traverse City. The

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Chris Paul Has Another Big Night, Suns Rout Nuggets 123-98

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 7 months ago

Chris Paul Has Another Big Night, Suns Rout Nuggets 123-98

"The sun stretched to ten point halftime lead to as many as thirty one in the second half to defeat the nuggets one twenty three to ninety eight take a two games to none lead in their Western Conference semifinal series Chris Paul had seventeen points along with fifteen assists and zero turnovers the first player to do that in three career playoff games it's a credit to our coaching staff St Jude because things that we drilled all season long it's so nice to see when I come into play and in game form especially in the playoffs the Kali Uchis had twenty four points thirteen rebounds for the nuggets George scanner Phoenix

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"st jude" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

Wichita Life Podcast

03:20 min | 10 months ago

"st jude" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

"I love that Do you have a favorite aspect of the house. I'm think though the whole modern flat growth. It's gonna be a beautiful home. But i think the feature that i most excited about Is the floor to ceiling windows. France and a great you end the guard And we are bringing an aspect of the st jude hospital. They have a tree of hope at the hospital and is outside a treatment. Room and patients are allowed to write on a lease and hanging on the tree of their hopes and prayers. For what they're getting ready to go through. And we are replicating that here in wichita and super excited for unity yellow. See that's cool. That's really special. What do they do. You guys differ. Like what part of town you put them in each year. We've built in a quite a few areas of cal. We really appreciate developers that we work for work with halloween. Been able to get some lots donated So this is our first year in talia. But we've been kind of all over which area. Yeah that's really cool. All right so tickets will go go on sale pretty soon. I'm i'm not sure exactly what date. I'm pretty sure i got sent to me. But i don't have thought my head so we'll make sure we link that up everything but what would you say to people who are considering Reserving their tickets or to get involved. So i would just encourage people to get your tickets early. We are obviously hoping and expecting forcella for the kids. His eight jude but in addition to being able to win this beautiful home. There's other prizes up for grabs. And they do have deadlines so the quicker. You can get your ticket for just The more presents your urge to win perfect. That's awesome so we covered a lot of the saint senior stuff. I just have one quick question for you. Usually have a few kind of not necessarily personal questions. I kind of wichita based questions at the end. But i'll just ask you one of those. Do you have a favorite hidden gem in wichita. Oh gosh while. I actually live out in the country on alert which is how and so not is my hidden. Jim it's nice after the data Found but also this sneak away. I think that's what makes wichita so great is you can be in a big city but also get away a bit. Yeah absolutely casey. Thank you so much I'll make sure to link-up some of the details about the give way and the deadlines some of those additional prizes. People can win Thank you guys. Thank you for being involved. I think it's really cool. You guys do. And i'm really special for the community and especially saint jude. But i really appreciate it and think you spread the word that a break down. Definitely thank you again to everyone that. Listen to this episode of the which podcast if you enjoyed please rate of your podcast on whatever app if you have any recommendations. Please reach out at wichita life. Ict at dot com thanks again..

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"st jude" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

Wichita Life Podcast

01:44 min | 10 months ago

"st jude" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

"Uh-huh horse with another episode of the wichita podcast. My name's leeann today. Sponsor is press cafe. There are two locations at woodland in central and also downtown. The epicenter tried out today. They had some of the best coffee in town. Today's guest is casey from niece homes..

"st jude" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"st jude" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Please call the ST Jude Shrine at 41. Oh, 6856. Oh, 26. That's 41. Oh, 6856. Oh, 26 or right to state. You trying Three awaits North Pakistan Rate Baltimore, Maryland to 1201. The following program has been pre recorded for broadcast at this time. Uh, this'll is talk.

F.D.A. Analyses Find Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Works Well

All Things Considered

03:31 min | 11 months ago

F.D.A. Analyses Find Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Works Well

"May soon be available in the United States. The Food and Drug Administration could decide as soon as this weekend to authorize a vaccine made by pharmaceutical giant Johnson and Johnson for emergency use. The FDA today released its evaluation of the new vaccine and NPR's Joe Palka joins us to describe what they found Hijo. Hi, Ari. So there were a lot of details in the FDA is evaluation, but bottom line. Was it positive or negative about it? Well, they don't exactly give conclusions like that. But general, you'd have to say that the analysis was positive. The FDA based its judgment on a large study involving some 40,000 participants that was carried out primarily in the United States, South Africa and Brazil. Now, this vaccine only requires a single shot, so participants either got the vaccine or a placebo. And what researchers found was that overall, the vaccine efficacy was about 66% in preventing moderate to severe cove in 19. And 85% against more serious disease. Stacy Schultz Terry is a professor of infectious diseases at ST Jude Children's Research Hospital, and she took a look at the FDA analysis. I did not see anything that would make me pause in recommending that somebody would go get this shot. Joe tell us more about that 66% number because a lot of people have zeroed in on that to say, Wait. Does this mean it's less effective than the Fizer and Madonna vaccines, which reported close to 95% of efficacy? Yeah, The numbers suggest that but you have to have a little context here. First of all, you have to remember that. Initially people would have been satisfied with the vaccine that was just 50% of efficacy. So this is the first vaccine to come. If this had been the first vaccine to come along, people would have been thrilled. Second vaccines behave differently when the rolled out to millions of people, and so there may be changes in the numbers going forward and third variants have popped up around the world. And Schultz Kerry says the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is the first to be tested against those and it did well, African see against the virus circulating in the U. S Good African see against thesis South African and the Brazilian variance as well. And the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is easier to store and distribute than the other two. Tell us about that. Well, yes, I mean, the first obvious thing is that the only requires one shot And that means people don't have to come back. You don't have to chase after them to make sure they get a second shot, so that makes logistic easier. And second of all, it's not as it's easier to store. It doesn't require these special freezers that the modern a vaccine requires. And so what happens next? We said there could be emergency authorization as soon as this weekend. Well, the process works like this. The FDA receives a bunch of material from the company and then they evaluated and that's what they released today and then before they make a decision, they convened a group called the Vaccine Advisory Committee. And they will meet on Friday to discuss and evaluate and two over the data, and by the end of the day, they'll issue some sort of a recommendation to the FDA and the FDA generally follows the recommendations of this advisory committee. And how much of a difference is this likely to make in the supply situation if there are three circulating rather than to now? Well, it's going to make a difference. Maybe not right away. There's going to be a few million three or four million doses released almost immediately if the vaccine is approved or authorized. 20 million. They expect by the end of March and 100 million by the end of June, so it's not going to solve the problem right away. But it will certainly help NPR's Joe

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"st jude" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

The Jayna and Aimee Experience

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"st jude" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

"Cards missile. Be only episode. Release this week is aiming to do. Take a break. Every every the second week of every month nets this week but at that time. Valentine's day it's around. This'll probably be over. So i figured this. Release this one episode. If you don't know saint jude's hospital for like kids cancer near doing a valentine's day thing where you can like send cards to Get to kids cancer. You could do. They have it in different languages. They have like you can write your own or you can use like a created message. You picked the card the message. Are you write your own message. Sign it and you can share what they're doing on twitter facebook all that fun stuff and i done like six already know my grandmother just did one and i think if it works internationally eating. Amy might do one but if it were probably works internationally. So if you are international please do. It will definitely make kids days because everyone as my friends on twitter pointed out. Everyone makes these jokes on valentine's day like there are forever alone like they're asking themselves being alone but they never think like the kids in like hospitals like in a hospital bed like being alone. Citizens is one way to like up and yeah so i hope you do it and if you do it it share. You did it to get more people to do it. And that's it so thanks for listening and we'll see you next week..

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SpaceX announces plans for first all-civilian space flight

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

SpaceX announces plans for first all-civilian space flight

"Space Sex is making plans for an all civilian orbital space flight. It is expected the flight will take place in the fourth quarter. It will be led by technology entrepreneur Jared Isaac Hman, and he will be joined by three other people Isaac Menace, hoping to use the flight to inspire support. For the ST Jude Children's Hospital.

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"st jude" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"st jude" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"P.m.. If you have any questions to ask regarding the ST Jude Shrine, the schedule of devotions the league of ST Jude or to ask for a novena book, Please call the saint. You'd shrine at 4106856026 that's 4106856026 or write to ST Jude Shrine. Three awaits North Pakis Treat Baltimore, Maryland to 1201. Paid for by margins. This attention all women who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer in February and May, 2016 Johnson and Johnson was ordered to pay $72 Million.55 million dollars by two Juries to two women who contracted ovarian cancer. After.

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"st jude" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"st jude" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"ST Jude or to ask for a novena book. He's called the ST Jude Shrine at 4106856026 that's 4106856026 or write to ST Jude Shrine. Real way to North Pakistan Rate Baltimore, Maryland to 1201. The following program has been pre recorded for broadcast at this time. This'll is talk radio 6 80 wcbm. It's time for a few minutes with audiology associates where silence is not golden. Hey, good morning..

"st jude" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"st jude" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The ST Jude Shrine at 4106856026 that's 4106856026 or write to ST Jude Shrine. Three awaits North Pakis Treat Baltimore, Maryland to 1201. The following program has been pre recorded for broadcast at this time. This'll is talk radio 6 80 wcbm. It's time for a few minutes with audiology associates where silence is not golden. Hey, good morning..

'Black Panther' star Chadwick Boseman dies of cancer at 43

Safe Money with Bill Carter

02:16 min | 1 year ago

'Black Panther' star Chadwick Boseman dies of cancer at 43

"Boseman died this week, the Black Panther's star losing a health battle, he kept secret tributes pouring in from around the world mourning the loss of a man who inspired so many ABC is TJ Holmes looks at his life and legacy. We'll go as the iconic Black Panther Chadwick Boseman became an inspiration for millions and that King of all people I am King of Wakanda, first black superhero to star in his own movie, Wise, important, Teo, that there's a movie like this represents black here house it supported because I didn't I didn't have this. Growing up. I just know what it's going to mean. See you. When you see it there, it could give you a certain type of confidence. We walked to the world. His death at the age of 43 from colon cancer is shocked the world. He received the diagnosis four years ago and kept his battle private. The loss felt by Children everywhere, a much needed superhero now gone. Those kids remembering the man that made a dream a reality have someone who is African American via lead in a movie. He was someone that looked played us. His secret struggle even kept from his closest co workers, like his Black Panther director, Ryan Coogler, saying after his family released their statement. I realized that he was living with his illness the entire time I knew him. But while he was suffering, he was still bringing joy to countless others inspiring graduates at his alma mater, Howard University. I don't know what your future is. But if you're willing to take the heart away The more complicated one, the one with more failures. At first, that success is the one that has ultimately proven to have more meeting well victory. More glory. You will not regret it. Visiting Children with cancer at ST Jude's, from Jackie Robinson to James Brown. Chief Justice Thurgood Marshall here were promised. Equal protection. Under the law, Bozeman became a Hollywood star portraying icons, and now he'll be remembered by so many for his remarkable work and

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"st jude" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"st jude" Discussed on KOMO

"Bit of place. ST Jude Children's Research Hospital. Finding cures Saving Children Learn more at ST Jude dot org's alright let's update that traffic for you as we do every 10 minutes on the force, and Kira Jordan's telling us what's going on. It looks like something new is taking place on the East side of seeing a backup that's starting to form on South bound for 05 around Northeast 44th. Nothing is showing up on my camera shot as far as being blocked, But I can tell you that the traffic Is getting lined up, so hopefully I can come back with a little bit more information, but just know that there's gonna be some delays right now. South found four or five around Northeast 44th. Most of our drives have been moving right along at the speed limit, but another area that isn't the case. That is around the downtown fossil area all morning. We've had road closures, including the closure of state Route 5 to 2 in both directions between Case Norway and 188. This is causing a about 1/2 mile back up, traveling westbound on 5 to 2 into the area. And then all of our other roads in that area really busy as well, including 104th and 180 This traffic pork is sponsored by Papa John's Papa John's picks for six. Pizza and wings, breadsticks and chicken poppers, cheese sticks and a brownie. Find your favorite and pair it up for six bucks each local Papa John's delivery fee and taxes extra. Sunshine as well. Currently on Saturday as it stands right now..

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Protesters block Seattle city crews in CHOP

St. Jude Shrine

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Protesters block Seattle city crews in CHOP

"The barricades surrounding Seattle's downtown autonomous zone could start being removed today on Friday city workers arrived with heavy machinery but it wasn't long before they backed off rather than risk conflict the area was taken over by protesters on June eighth and since then police have had very little access shopkeepers and property owners of also had access issues and many storefronts have been defaced retreat was the latest frustration for John McDermott whose automotive shop was vandalized by protesters last weekend despite his repeated calls to nine one one no one came Sox's Claudia callin demonstrators want the city's police budget to be cut in half they're also demanding the removal of legal protections for police to violate the rights of the public

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"st jude" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"st jude" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"This novena to St Jude Thaddeus is brought to you by Saint Jude shrine nationwide center of St Jude devotions located at three away to north Packard street in downtown Baltimore those who are unable to visit the shrine can always request a novena book which is available free of charge this enables them to say the novena prayers privately at home well their intentions are faithfully remembered at the perpetual novena services at the shrine every year thousands of people enroll themselves and their loved ones living and deceased in the league of St Jude benefits of this membership includes a remembrance in one hundred mass is offered each year the novena masses offered each month and all the perpetual novena services at the shrine and Roman can be annual or perpetual for both individuals or an entire family each year in addition to the perpetual novena services every Wednesday and Sunday three solemn novena is in honor of St Jude are celebrated at the shrine a few weeks before each solemn novena a notice is mailed to the friends of St Jude whose names are registered at the shrine the shrine treasures all letters that acknowledge favors received through the powerful intercession of St Jude St Jude.

Florida Continues To See Coronavirus Spike

St. Jude Shrine

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Florida Continues To See Coronavirus Spike

"An alarming uptick in virus cases in Florida governor Ron DeSantis says the median age for positive patients across the state has fallen into the mid to upper thirty something he calls concerning despite the servers the governor is not planning to retool Florida's re opening he argues the state's hospital system can handle the increased

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"st jude" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"st jude" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That acknowledge favors received through the powerful intercession of St Jude St Jude Thaddeus is known for coming to the aid of persons in desperate need no petition seems too great for him since he is known as the patron in cases despair down St Jude Thaddeus died a martyr of god his last mortal remains now lie in the great basilica of Saint Peter in Rome the feast day of St Jude is celebrated on October twenty eighth we begin the novena to Saint Jude in the name of the father and of the son and of the Holy Spirit amen the preview to our lady queen of the apostles we fly to your patronage oh holy mother of god queen of the apostles despise not our petitions in our necessities but deliver us from all dangers ever glorious and blessed virgin Mary prior to St Jews glorious apostle St Jude Thaddeus true relative of Jesus and Mary I salute you for the most Sacred Heart of Jesus through this heart high praise and thank god for all the graces he has bestowed upon you humbly prostrate before you I implore you through this hard to look down upon me with compassion despise not my poor prayers let not my trust to be confounded to you god has granted the privilege of leading mankind in the most desperate cases come to my aid that online may praise the mercies of god all my life I will be grateful to you and will be your faithful clients until I can thank you and have a listen apostle with confidence we invoke your St Jude help of the hopeless aid me in my distress most holy apostle St Jude Thaddeus faithful servant and friend of Jesus the name of the trader who delivered your beloved master into the hands of the enemy is has caused you to be forgotten by many but the church honors in invokes you universally as the patron of hopeless cases and of things despaired of pray for me who am so needing thank you same floor of that particular privilege accorded to you to bring visible and speedy help where help is almost despaired come to my assistance in this great need that hi may receive the consolations and succor of heaven in all my necessities tribulations and sufferings particularly those they bring to you now and that I may bless god with you and all the elect throughout eternity promise you blessed Jude to be ever mindful of this great favor and I will never cease to honor you as my special and powerful patrons and to do all in my power to encourage devotion to you a man at this time let us recite together the lord's prayer our father who art in heaven hallowed be thy name Kingdom Come thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us and lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil the man let us recite together the hail Mary hail Mary full of grace the lord is with blessed art thou among women and blessed is the fruit of thy womb Jesus holy Mary mother of god pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death a man now let us reason together the glory be to the father glory be to the father and son and to the Holy Spirit once in the beginning is now and will be forever Hey man.

"st jude" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"st jude" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Glorious apostle St Jude Thaddeus true relative of Jesus and Mary I salute you for the most Sacred Heart of Jesus through this heart high praise and thank god for all the graces he has bestowed upon you humbly prostrate before you I implore you through this heart to look down upon me with compassion despise not my poor prayers let not my trust to be confounded to you god has granted the privilege of aiding mankind in the most desperate cases come to my aid that hi may praise the mercies of god all my life I will be grateful to you and will be your faithful clients until I can thank you and have a blessed apostle with confidence we invoke you see Jude help of the hopeless aid me in my distress most holy apostle St Jude Thaddeus faithful servant and friend of Jesus the name of the trader who delivered your beloved master into the hands of the enemy is has caused you to be forgotten by many but the church honors in invokes you universally as the patron of hopeless cases and of things despaired of pray for me and so need to make use I. implore you of that particular privilege accorded to you to bring visible and speedy help where help is almost despaired come to my assistance in this great need that I may receive the consolations and succor of heaven in all my necessities tribulations and sufferings particularly those they bring to you now and that I may bless god with you and all the elect throughout eternity I miss you blessed Jude to be ever mindful of this great favor and I will never cease to honor you as my special and powerful patrons and to do all in my power to encourage devotion to you a man at this time let us recite together the lord's prayer our father who art in heaven hallowed be thy name like Kingdom Come thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us and lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil a man let us recite together the hail Mary hail Mary full of grace the lord is with blessed art thou among women and blessed is the fruit of thy womb Jesus holy Mary mother of god pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death a man now let us reason together the glory be to the father glory be to the father and son and to the Holy Spirit once in the beginning is now and will be forever.

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Irish authorities reject Trump golf resort's plan to build wall

BBC World Service

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Irish authorities reject Trump golf resort's plan to build wall

"The authorities in Ireland have rejected a bid by Donald Trump to build a sea wall around his golf course to protect it from coastal erosion and rising sea levels the team back resulting county class which is owned by Mr trump's company was told the proposed defenses could damage the St Jude habitats the Gulf club wanted to build a twenty metre wide barrier almost three kilometers long to protect the coals from heavy storms and the effects of global warming

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Leading St. Jude's Genome Engineering Capabilities: A Chat with Shondra Miller

CRISPR Cuts

08:38 min | 2 years ago

Leading St. Jude's Genome Engineering Capabilities: A Chat with Shondra Miller

"Welcome Shandra Thick. You must be here all right so I would like to ask you about what you do. Junior current research on. Maybe about a little bit about your background as well. Yeah so I've been doing engineering. Basically my whole scientific career so I did my PhD on Singer. Nicholas which is kind of like the grandfather of Christopher Gas Ninety Will Matthew Portas lab and so we were at the time just doing protein engineering trying to get zinc finger. Proteins NUCLEAR ACES ACTUALLY. Cut some specific site in the genome. And it's sad thing now but I spent five years basically making a pair of glasses that gop so very exciting at the time but it really became outdated and so then after graduate school. I went directly into industry. I worked for Sigma Aldrich on their composers of technology. Where we're doing the offense and it was exciting time in genome editing. Because for me especially because I had been doing protein engineering and then I was able to go to sigma and they would give us the proteins and we actually do genome editing for the first time really. I was able to like okay. I want to make this point mutation. How do we do it? And we were able to do. Some of the first different types of editing so like with food chain Chen we published a paper. Where using singles trying to all go donors. Almost everybody uses now. We were one of the first to do that. We can do with high efficiency losing figuring places and so then in two thousand twelve so pre crisper still. I decided that I wanted to start. Asia resource at the Times inferior increases. Were so expensive. That people weren't really able to access them especially in academic so I think the Times in cases where like twenty five thousand dollars just to plasmids so you couldn't actually do your editing editing to get yoursel- liner animal model. So it was frustrating to me is like this is game changing technology. People people need access to this. This is going to change science as we know it and so I actually went to Washington University and I put the idea of starting to share resources. Said you know. People don't want to become genome engineering experts. They want their cell line. They WanNa make do a screen. They want their animal model. They WANNA continue asking the questions that they are experts and they just want the tool for the most part. So let's start a resource. Let's be the genome engineering. Experts will help other people expedite science at Wash U. in and around the world and so we started that it's called the engineering IPSEC center. It's still going strong G. I see there and then in two thousand seventeen. I got a call from Saint Jude. And they were like. Hey we want to start something like what you're doing that Wash U. as I said no I'm not interested at the time I was actually six months pregnant with my second child. I'm had started This core the see from there was like my first child. Not My biology child. Something that I cared about the people and what we were doing so it was really not very interested in. They said we'll consult for us in How to get this thing going and short story long. I guess I ended up moving to Saint. You'd because it's kind of a really special place to do research as like a magic fairy tale land to do research especially for a shared resource so we actually given dedicated. Rnd Time and we're institutionally subsidized and so on most Groups Shared resources pay their own way so basically the services that they provide pay their salaries paid for the reagents that they're using but at Saint Jude. They say no. We're GONNA guarantee your salaries we're gonNA give you money to actually do the science that you need to do to help everybody at Saint Jude. So you don't have to worry about that. Just do good science. So that's very freeing. And then the ability to have a dedicated are indeed budget. So we're like okay. We're going to not only do genome editing. For other people were GONNA add back to the field and and keep at the forefront of it so I know that was a really long answer five. That's how backgrounds and doing a lot of genome editing. The events Talen crisper over the last fifteen years or so. That's great. Could you tell us about a couple of your research projects that you have gone? Yeah so we do a lot of things to improve efficiency. We have some ideas about how to get longer inserts and two so one of the things that's really hard crisper is when you're trying to knock something in fairly easy to do something. Small appoint mutation or five tag but it gets more difficult as the insert increases so Rachel Levin in the lab. She's working on how to get longer inserts and increasing their overall rates of HDR something. Saint Peter's in the lab is working on some strategies for enriching the donor concentration in the nucleus. And I think one of the most exciting things that we're working on is a cure sickle cell initiative basically. Where they're you know. Saint Jude. It's a research hospital. We actually have our large sickle cell population in Memphis. I think there's about eight hundred sickle cell patients that we see at Saint Jude. And so send you actually partnered with several other groups not only at Saint Jude but also outside of Saint Jude. So we basically worked towards making therapeutic for sickle cell disease and Mitch Weiss Option Darsi and myself from Saint Jude Consortium. And so we're we're really looking forward. Hopefully going to a therapeutic In the coming years and so that's why the more exciting things that we're doing this more closely related to the Translational medicine wonder. How can you tell us a little bit about just different technologies age with Chris? Frightening so you tried like classmates. How did you come across it? The goers that Rene has ever feel y'all so we actually remain your own guide. Ernie's for five years. We WOULD MOSTLY DO PLASMA. Cloning where we played together you cut the backbone with type. Two S restrictions. I'm basically pop them in like into the planet and that works but it takes probably like four hours of hands on time ish or of about three to five days and so whenever we saw that you could do synthetic guides I guess the limitation was people were able to synthesize the long Arnaiz right. So I think that that's where something kind of burst on the scene and so that we saw that was attractive to us but we needed to be able to do it quickly right so we can make these platforms fairly quickly. Do also do. Ib Tea and make that fairly quickly. The synthetics at the time you know there are companies that were doing it but it was very expensive. You get quite a lot and we don't really need a lot. We have a lot of smaller projects that we're doing. It took too long for us right. So we're trying to make cell lines for folks. We're trying to make animal models for folks so we don't have to wait a month to get the guide so that's why we were making them ourselves so so they go came on the scene. I think we started. We made our first order to go in October. Two Thousand Seventeen. Basically gave us a quick turnaround time. I think we were like Beta testing small to smaller scale early on and so from then. I guess this history of doing this. Cloning bacterial colonies and doing many. Perhaps you're able to do make more cell lines and made more animal models and do more research. Christopher is a relatively young technology but it's made a pretty big impact as you've mentioned already. What do you think the next five years will look like in? Where do you think the field is heading? That's it's an interesting question. I guess there's two or three or four different areas that you think about I think about basic science and experimental biology. How can we do things more efficiently to make cell lines that people can understand biological processes or ask for biological question? So I'm usually thinking about research purposes. I think it's only getting faster. More efficient and cheaper which is really democratizing research. A lot of different ways I think crisper has been probably the biggest discovery understanding how to do crisper since like I think it will science face a science as much. Pr Has Changed Science. Maybe more you think about therapeutics there'd be trial we're going on with Christopher Pasadena. Think people starting with blood stuff because they can get to the stem cells in their starting with is stuff because they can get to the right cells so I think one of the biggest limitation to Crisper as far as there is delivery. How do you get it to the right cells So I think that's a limitation? I don't know I guess I would really say the sky's the limit just the ability to be able to go into complex genome and make precise modifications huge. I think we're only going to get better S. nine in all the variants or the logs. Pretty darn good. We worry about off targets for research purposes. Were not outright about it. Because you know. We're studying a question for their buicks really important. But we've made such big advances since you think about two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen. It's just it's a whirlwind and you think about how you know. I think the offense really paved the way. But you know the offense where we use a million tells like nineteen ninety nine two thousand three but took two thousand three two thousand ten before we even Pat Talents and then new talents has a very short heyday. And then Chris Brazil Blown on the scene. I think there's huge diagnostics agriculture therapeutics. It's just it's kind of unlimited possibilities so I think we'll see in the next few years and we're seeing now. A lot of ethical questions people are asking. What should we do because we can do a lot of things? But what should we do? I think that that's one of the things that people will be discussing over the next few years

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Trump tries to distance himself from 'send her back' rally chant

St. Jude Shrine

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Trump tries to distance himself from 'send her back' rally chant

"Last week the president was criticized after holding a rally in North Carolina where supporters chanted send her back in reference to Minnesota congresswoman Ileana Omar the president did not participate in the racist chants were started he later said that he did not like it but the time it happened he also did not seem to try and stop it organ damage in that moment and that is what he was

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Maduro and Guaido hold rival rallies amid huge blackout in Venezuela

St. Jude Shrine

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Maduro and Guaido hold rival rallies amid huge blackout in Venezuela

"Tennessee rival rallies could play out again in the capital of Venezuela. Security forces gathering in Caracas ahead of demonstrations in support of opposition leader, wand Guido, the protests on the heels of a nationwide. Blackout that starting to ease the mid political protests the reality of day to day life for many people here, it's becoming increasingly difficult as they struggle. To even basic daily supplies, of course, all that has become much worse since without power. Fox's kitty Logan supporters of embattled President Nicolas Maduro also rallying this

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Mrs Mrs Justin Bieber, Haley Bieber And Hailey Baldwin discussed on St. Jude Shrine

St. Jude Shrine

00:11 sec | 3 years ago

Mrs Mrs Justin Bieber, Haley Bieber And Hailey Baldwin discussed on St. Jude Shrine

"News. She changed her social media user name from Hailey Baldwin to Haley Bieber. Another indication the twenty one year old model is in fact mrS MRs Justin Bieber.

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NASCAR Cup Series at Darlington starting lineup breakdown

St. Jude Shrine

01:51 min | 3 years ago

NASCAR Cup Series at Darlington starting lineup breakdown

"Tonight in Darlington. South Carolina NASCAR drivers hit the track too tough to tame with two races to. Go before the start of the Cup series playoffs drivers will have to dance with the lady in black Knight for racing under the lights at Darlington raceway for the bojangles southern, five hundred it's, an endurance test every year as Denny. Hamlin, will attest to test. Of your mental state, your physical state I've fainted in the shower I think twice after this race Hamlin has a chance of. Clinch one of the four remaining spots available for the round of sixteen by getting eight points tonight Jimmy Johnson and Eric I'm also a chance to take. A spot this

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 Trump hails positive meeting with Kim

24 Hour News

01:01 min | 3 years ago

Trump hails positive meeting with Kim

"A handshake opens a singapore summit trump and north korea's kim jong hoon then sat for short photo op go through them answering a few quick questions trump telling reporters evergreen discussion success preventatively successful and it's my honor we will have kim through an interpreter says just holding the summit is a positive sign as fitters our names and the old prejudices and practices work has obstacles on our way forward but we overcame them and be here today the two are now meeting alone with just their translators in the room later aides to each to join for more discussions as well as a working lunch i'm tim maguire dustin johnson eagles his way to the win at the st jude classic koenders ap's gregor's reports returns himself to.

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Bax, Terence Crawford and Andrew Putnam discussed on CBS Sports Radio

CBS Sports Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

Bax, Terence Crawford and Andrew Putnam discussed on CBS Sports Radio

"Sports play thank you huge we start baseball the angels continue to roll the halos going for their sixth straight win they visited the twins albert skies went to deep left beal this was way out there all deals alber bulls connects per solo home run and gives the angels a to nothing lead here in the sixth inning that's victor row house angels radio network in kinzler also homer the angels go on for the two one win their sticks than row the blue jays won three straight after a four three walk off win in ten innings over the orioles the tigers also walked off on the indians for two and twelve thank the jamar candle our ios two run homer jd martinez belted his leagueleading twentyfirst homer the red sox doubled up the white sox four to raise got by the mariners seven three the royals blanked the as to zip astros four rangers three and al bryce harper his nineteenth homer the nationals defeated the giants seven five the padres edge of the marlins five four cardinals six reds four the cubs blanked the pirates to zip behind seven scoreless innings once again from john lester is good right now it's not like we've reinvented any wheel or try anything new just feel like i'm for the most part executing pitches and when they do you know hit the ball hard it's right so at the same time i feel like like i said i feel like i'm executing pretty well lester as tossed fifteen straight scoreless innings the brewers power past the phillies twelve three g man show a pinch hit grand slam the bax took out the rockies twelve seven braves five dodgers three and for the second time in four years we have a triple crown winner and horse racing justify wins the one hundred fiftieth running of the belmont stakes going nearly wiretowire for the victory trainer bob baffert also one with american pharaoh back in two thousand fifteen overall is the thirteenth triple crown winner in history gronkowski finished second hoff berg third tennis numberone seats motor halla beat american sloan stevens in three sets to win the french open on the men's side it'll be number one rafael nadal against dominic theme for the men's title golf three rounds complete at the st jude classic dustin johnson andrew putnam tied atop the leaderboard at fifteen under boxing terence crawford be jeff horn by.

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Cancer, St Jude and Kanter discussed on The Show About Science

The Show About Science

02:39 min | 4 years ago

Cancer, St Jude and Kanter discussed on The Show About Science

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