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2 Dead After Hostage Situation, SWAT Standoff At Texas Medical Office

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:31 min | Last month

2 Dead After Hostage Situation, SWAT Standoff At Texas Medical Office

"Learning more tonight after that hostage standoff at texas medical office ending with two people dead including a beloved pediatrician and mother of three. Here's abc's marcus tonight. Authorities revealing new details in an hours long standoff. That left this forty three year. Old mother of three and pediatrician debt late. Tuesday afternoon austin. Texas police rushed to a doctor's office on reports that a man now identified as dr barack narrow monchy was holding five workers hostage including dr catherine linley dotson hostages telling police now ramon. She was allegedly on a pistol and would appear to be a shotgun. He told the hostages to tie themselves up. Some of the hostages were able to escape and some of them were ultimately released. Only dotson left in the office. Negotiators tried to speak to narrow monchy. And when swat officers finally entered the building they found both doctors dead police calling it a murder suicide today. A communities pain on full display at the tragic scene datsuns family saying in a statement quote. She brightened our lives and lifted us up with her laughter which was like magic. The say the forty three year old suspect. Also a pediatrician had recently been diagnosed with terminal cancer and given weeks to live. We feel like his terminal. Cancer probably played a large part in whatever it was that occurred in his life and what was happening yesterday. David police say narrow monterey revisited. That office in the last week or two wanting to volunteer he met with dotson and others but eventually it was turned down tonight. The alleged motive in this case is a mystery

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Austin hostage suspect was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer, had 'weeks to live,' police say

Sean Hannity

00:44 sec | Last month

Austin hostage suspect was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer, had 'weeks to live,' police say

"Our learning more about that hostage situation that took place yesterday and in Austin pediatrician's office that left two people dead. Boston Police say this is being investigated as a murder suicide. The suspect, 43 year old doctor brought narrow munchie briefly held five people hostage at gunpoint. All but one escape. Er was released A PD Lieutenant Jeff Greenwald says 43 year old Dr Katherine Dotson was found dead along with the suspect. And we also know that the suspect Dr near Mont, she had terminal cancer. It was only given weeks to live. So we feel like his terminal cancer probably played a large part in whatever it was that occurred in his life and what was happening yesterday nor a month had been there earlier to volunteer at the office but was refused. Police are continuing their

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Man who found Forrest Fenn's famed treasure reveals identity

Kottke Ride Home

05:15 min | 2 months ago

Man who found Forrest Fenn's famed treasure reveals identity

"So in an episode over the summer i talked about the treasure which had finally been found by an anonymous treasure hunter in june and after being adamant that he never wanted to reveal his identity. The finder of the treasure chest has just gone public blowing. The lid on most of his secrets in an article written by a fellow treasure hunter. In outside a quick recap though forest finn was an air force pilot who later opened an art gallery in santa fe new mexico one filled with plenty of forgeries as arts as tried to do people unclear in nineteen eighty eight. He received a terminal cancer diagnosis and decided to hide treasure chest in some outdoor location for people to find but then he recovered from the cancer. Still he didn't wanna give up on his treasure hunt idea so fast forward to two thousand and ten when quoting outside thin treasure chest containing gold and other valuables estimated to be worth at least a million dollars somewhere in the rocky mountains not long after he published a memoir called the thrill of the chase which included a mysterious twenty four line poem that if solved would lead searchers to the treasurer fended suggested the loot was secretive. Way at the place where he had envisioned lying down to die back when he believed his cancer diagnosis terminal since the hunt began in two thousand ten many thousands of searchers had gone out in pursuit at least five of them losing their lives in the process and the chase became an international story and quote. And yeah i mean the whole thing really has been a wild story people have lost their lives and livelihoods there have been countless lawsuits. You can read all kinds of articles about that have been published over the last ten years leading up to this year when in june the treasurer was finally found and the man who found it decided to stay anonymous because he knew how intense the community of treasure hunters is any feared for his safety but then quickly announced that he had met the winner and verified. He indeed had found the chest the to also decided to keep the location a secret so that it wouldn't become a kind of tourist site where people might injure themselves getting there were risk damaging the nature around it but all of that anonymity lack of closure did not sit well with people who had dedicated years of their lives to finding the treasure there was instant suspicion and then in september fourth fin passed away. The one man who could maybe smooth things over was gone and those left behind were even more dedicated to making sure. His wishes were upheld. With all of that has come a number of court cases in particular one from a woman claiming that the finder of the treasure hacked her emails to steal part of the puzzle that she herself had solved. She doesn't seem to have too much of a case however since she thought the chest was in new mexico and it turned out to be in wyoming but the case is still proceeding in the winner knew that his name would be released to the public as it goes on so he decided to preempt that by outing himself on his own terms the winner. Is jack still a thirty two year. Old medical student originally from michigan. He's keeping as many personal details as possible under wraps to protect his privacy but he does have a bit of a digital paper trail before to med school. He worked briefly at the onion and as a freelance writer. In fact he is the guy who wrote that totally inaccurate article eight years ago trying out matthew inman of the oatmeal as a far right wing. Republican in article buzzfeed had to issue a public apology for and which. I didn't realize until today that i still believed even after meeting matthew in minutes out by south west that same year back in two thousand twelve and discovering that he was a super nice guy. I still thought. Oh but some article made it. Seem like he secretly a jerk. I wonder if that's true. Which is a lesson for me in media literacy and not believing everything that i read especially when it seems pretty off base but also for all of us that no matter how many corrections or apologies you might issue online. There will still be tons of people who only ever see the mistake. That's a lesson that jack stiff learned early on in his career as a comedy writer and is probably part of why he has taken so many pains to remain anonymous in the case of backlash to him finding the prize. If and win all the court cases die down. What will still do with his findings. What does one do with an actual. The goodness treasure loaded up with jewels and artifacts. Stuff says he'll use it to pay off his student so yup the most accurate millennial answer possible to coming into unexpected fortune of. I still have to get the chest appraised which he hasn't done yet and between fins knack for forgeries and his wish that part of the chest displayed publicly so people can visit it. Who knows how much stuff will actually end up getting for all of his efforts but we finally have a few more pieces to the story. If you want to learn more keep an eye out for a book coming out next year called chasing the thrill written by daniel barbara. The writer and fellow treasure hunter. Who got checks to to go public

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Bryan Cranston on new TV drama "Your Honor"

Fresh Air

06:08 min | 2 months ago

Bryan Cranston on new TV drama "Your Honor"

"Bryan cranston. The star of amc's breaking bad returns to series television for the first time since that show left. The air in a new showtime miniseries called your honor which begins on sunday. Cranston plays a new orleans. Judge whose life is torn apart after his teenage son gets into some sudden and very serious trouble are tv critic. David be cooley. Has this review bryan. Cranston had played the goofy dad on the fox sitcom malcolm in the middle then. Redefined himself brilliantly as walter white. The meek high school chemistry teacher in breaking bad. What made walter break. Bad was the sudden news that he had contracted terminal cancer leading to a series of increasingly momentous decisions. In the new showtime miniseries. Your honor cranston returns to series tv playing another character who gets some sudden life changing news. This time he plays. Michael desio a compassionate judge in new orleans and a single parent raising his teenage son after the death of his wife a year ago in an unexpected tragedy. On the day of that saturday anniversary the sun adam played by hunter. Doohan experiences an unexpected tragedy of his own after leaving flowers at the convenience store where his mother was an innocent bystander. Shot by robbers has an asthma attack while driving away he searches for his inhaler on the passenger seat and as he takes his eyes off the road he slams into a motorcycle driven by another teenager. Adam after returning home tells his father what happened next. Where did this happen. Okay okay so would be the new hospital. Then the emeralds. Taken to what in new orleans and i don't know well the police must have sex. Overweight drove away before the tried to can give you called nine hundred time to try to at least yes or no please. I could breathe okay. I got you guys. This ten part series begins like the. Hbo mini series the night of following a young man. He descends deeper and deeper into a horrifying spiral of accidents and consequences that engrossing 2016 mini series was created by peter moffett who adapted it from his own british series. Moffitt is the adapter of your honor as well but this time he's not working from his own story showtimes. Your honor is his new version of a twenty seventeen. Israeli drama called ca- votto which has the same basic plot and is available of sample on youtube but for this adaptation for the united states. The location is changed in new orleans and other elements are given an american spin from police brutality. To local criminal activity one thing stays the same though. And it's thing that makes your honor so gripping from the start the father doing the right thing as both a judge and a citizen escorts his son to the police station to turn them in with an explanation but when he gets there he sees the father of the victim and recognizes him as a powerful local mob boss. All of a sudden the judge realizes that to turn his son in would be to signed his death warrant so from that point on. What is the right thing to do. And how many people does he have to enlist or deceive to do it. There's a certain flavor of breaking bad this because we're essentially put in the position of sympathizing with and rooting for a person who's breaking and avoiding the law but that's not a complaint because breaking bad may be the best tv drama series ever made and bryan cranston once again crafts a marvelously nuanced and empathic performance. And in your honor. He's not alone. The executive producers in addition to moffitt in cranston include robert and michelle king the talented creators of the good wife. So both the characters and the legal twists are fully drawn hundred. Doohan as the judge's son has the same relatable acting skills cranston and needs to since he carries most of the show's opening our and other riveting characters and actors abound michael stool barred from. Tv's fargo plays. The mob boss and hope davis plays his wife as very fierce and involved sort of carmela soprano to his tony and while margo martindale from justified in. The americans doesn't show up as the judges mother-in-law until episode four. Wow is she worth the wait. The writers on your honor include moffitt himself and the directors include clark johnson. An actor and director way back on homicide life on the street and edward. Berger who did a marvelous job directing another showtime miniseries patrick metros showtime provided only four of the ten episodes of your honoring advance. Each one. both impressed and surprised me and made me hungry to see the next cranston's michael ziada is smart enough to think on his feet and almost every scene requires him to do just that to avoid exposure endanger and to protect his only son whatever the repercussions to others the series title. Your honor isn't just the judge's work title. it's also at the center of the show. When it comes to your family would you do to save them. And what effect will that have upon your moral code your relationships with others and your honor

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"terminal cancer" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

05:52 min | 3 months ago

"terminal cancer" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"No i i think that actually compensation is a. I mean we can. We can go right into that. Accent comes from south africa. Which is where. Susan grew up now. She lives outside of boston because she works at harvard. Medical school susan has been saying for her entire career that we need to quit pretending that everything is fine when it isn't that we need to stop suppressing the truth to maintain the illusion of happiness or to simply preserve the comfort of other people in other words toxic. Positivity can go to hack but really if we think about toxic positively in. Its most salient form. What is it. It's an avoidance coping strategy. It's avoidance win. You are either telling other people just to be positive. You are basically saying to him. My comfort is more important than your reality and we are also saying them. There is no space for your humanness. But here at this podcast. There is space for your humanness and we'll start with susan's humanness. Because she's not just an expert in a living in alone expert island. She's a person and she experienced the effects of toxic positively in a very extreme way when she was just fifteen. My father who was dying of cancer was somehow in a very vulnerable position and he was somehow persuaded by many people around him. That having life insurance and this is gonna sound extreme was a sign that he wasn't positive and that he didn't have enough faith. The fact was that susan's father had terminal cancer. The end was evident but death. Grief sadness all the natural feelings that surround in death those were categorized by some of the people around him as bad feelings. I remember coming into my father's room one day and he was sobbing and he was loving because people from his church head basically given him a speaking down for not having enough faith and that he was bringing the sing on himself and of course he vulnerable and he should've known your oldest things but when you are different you are desperate so with the diagnosis of terminal cancer with three young kids and a wife. Susan's father did the only thing in his morphine induced foggy nece and desperation that he could do to prove that he had enough faith that god would take care of him. He cancelled his life insurance when he died susan her siblings and their mother were left with nothing and with a whole lot of grief and our coal in the days off to he died going to school and really putting on the face. This brave face of you know. I'm a k. And became the mazda of being k. People plays musical being strong. They loaded me for not dropping my grades but you know in truth at harm. We were struggling. My mother had lost truly love of her life. My father hadn't been able to keep his business going and so we were really in financial dire straits and i started as a young child to really numb this pain again. Through the denial. And one day i recall the absolutely remarkable english teacher who handed out these blank notebooks to the class and she had this invitation and it was an invitation to the class but it felt like it was directed at me. She said right. Tell the truth rock like no one is reading. A lot of things happened. A susan began to right like nobody was reading. The performance of fine didn't exist on the page. She could move beyond what she thought was expected of her as a grieving daughter as a good student and get into the truth we have so many narratives in society about what grief should be people. Say things like you know. It's all for the best and is on of these ways that we try to almost conspire against the reality of people's authentic experience and so for me right like no one is reading and right. What phil was really an invitation to move into the space of regret. I regretted the times that i hadn't spent with my heart. I was experiencing a huge amounts of psychological pain. But i was also starting to remember the times that i was connected with ungrateful for and i think that's really what shaped my work. This recognition that on the one hand. We have the rigid denial around so many of our human emotions and on the other that when we go to these emotions that we can actually grow in such incredible ways from them. What

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What's Negative About Positivity?

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

05:52 min | 3 months ago

What's Negative About Positivity?

"No i i think that actually compensation is a. I mean we can. We can go right into that. Accent comes from south africa. Which is where. Susan grew up now. She lives outside of boston because she works at harvard. Medical school susan has been saying for her entire career that we need to quit pretending that everything is fine when it isn't that we need to stop suppressing the truth to maintain the illusion of happiness or to simply preserve the comfort of other people in other words toxic. Positivity can go to hack but really if we think about toxic positively in. Its most salient form. What is it. It's an avoidance coping strategy. It's avoidance win. You are either telling other people just to be positive. You are basically saying to him. My comfort is more important than your reality and we are also saying them. There is no space for your humanness. But here at this podcast. There is space for your humanness and we'll start with susan's humanness. Because she's not just an expert in a living in alone expert island. She's a person and she experienced the effects of toxic positively in a very extreme way when she was just fifteen. My father who was dying of cancer was somehow in a very vulnerable position and he was somehow persuaded by many people around him. That having life insurance and this is gonna sound extreme was a sign that he wasn't positive and that he didn't have enough faith. The fact was that susan's father had terminal cancer. The end was evident but death. Grief sadness all the natural feelings that surround in death those were categorized by some of the people around him as bad feelings. I remember coming into my father's room one day and he was sobbing and he was loving because people from his church head basically given him a speaking down for not having enough faith and that he was bringing the sing on himself and of course he vulnerable and he should've known your oldest things but when you are different you are desperate so with the diagnosis of terminal cancer with three young kids and a wife. Susan's father did the only thing in his morphine induced foggy nece and desperation that he could do to prove that he had enough faith that god would take care of him. He cancelled his life insurance when he died susan her siblings and their mother were left with nothing and with a whole lot of grief and our coal in the days off to he died going to school and really putting on the face. This brave face of you know. I'm a k. And became the mazda of being k. People plays musical being strong. They loaded me for not dropping my grades but you know in truth at harm. We were struggling. My mother had lost truly love of her life. My father hadn't been able to keep his business going and so we were really in financial dire straits and i started as a young child to really numb this pain again. Through the denial. And one day i recall the absolutely remarkable english teacher who handed out these blank notebooks to the class and she had this invitation and it was an invitation to the class but it felt like it was directed at me. She said right. Tell the truth rock like no one is reading. A lot of things happened. A susan began to right like nobody was reading. The performance of fine didn't exist on the page. She could move beyond what she thought was expected of her as a grieving daughter as a good student and get into the truth we have so many narratives in society about what grief should be people. Say things like you know. It's all for the best and is on of these ways that we try to almost conspire against the reality of people's authentic experience and so for me right like no one is reading and right. What phil was really an invitation to move into the space of regret. I regretted the times that i hadn't spent with my heart. I was experiencing a huge amounts of psychological pain. But i was also starting to remember the times that i was connected with ungrateful for and i think that's really what shaped my work. This recognition that on the one hand. We have the rigid denial around so many of our human emotions and on the other that when we go to these emotions that we can actually grow in such incredible ways from them. What

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Practical Wisdoms for Sales and Leadership With Lynn Whitbeck

Trina Talk

05:15 min | 3 months ago

Practical Wisdoms for Sales and Leadership With Lynn Whitbeck

"Welcome lynn torino talk. Oh three nine thrilled to be here. Thank you well. I am happy to have you. We connected on linked in. And i feel like i know you. We've had some conversations back and forth so i'm just so happy that you're on the show with today. I know i know that's a wonderful thing about link then is it can be such an incredible way to connect genuinely connected with people but you know so. Many people do it wrong. I mean let's like totally back. I won't say it wrong. I know what you mean. Because that's how i feel too. Yes i know. But we're going to just talk about you today. And i was so excited to talk with you because i am a leader and i love leadership and that's like your superpower right leadership and i just i'm looking at your your bile and you you know you help. People provide sales and leadership To move faster to grow faster and achieve their goals and you were an executive in corporate. So tell me about yourself. What made you decide to start doing this on your own. Yeah so I a little bit about myself. I began my professional current sales. And i believe that everyone should have sales training because sales is leadership. You learn everything you need to know to be an incredible leader through sales So i'm really stand really firm believer in sales training for everyone. It doesn't matter if you're trying to sell yourself to get a new job or you're trying to sell your idea to for a process improvement. You know to your boss. I mean whatever it is or a solution to the board that you want to invest in for the organization so everyone is selling in fact heck we sell to our kids about what they're going to have for dinner at night or two hours significant other about what we're gonna watch on netflix. So you're selling or negotiating all the time and so about me. And how i got into this so i was sort of at a turning point. A number of things occurred at the same time in my life so a startup. I had in the coo was failing And my husband was diagnosed with terminal cancer. And so i had this moment and my daughter was going to be going becoming a senior in high school and outside my two nieces one was in graduate school and the other was an undergrad. So a sort of all these things. That are happening. This convergence and i took that moment after my two week. Pity party To say what. Do i want to be doing moving. And you know what is going to really fill my life with passion and know be able to do something that matters. And that's when i decided to create My business t to queen and spent a year working on the book putting everything together We also spent the year with my husband's health condition. And you know really being becoming his advocate and being very aggressive his treatment so his original six months to one year diagnosis ended up three years. Delivered for three years and So it was know really at some ways. It was a really difficult time but it was also a time for me to really refocus my energy and look forward. Wow thank you for sharing that story with me and my condolences about your husband but you know you were able to get more time with him so that that's what matters so just diving into that. You know you were a ceelo for a company and all these things started happening and it's nothing like having all hell to break at the same time to make you say okay. I gotta do something differently you know. Is it always seems like it happens that way. But i'm looking at like petit first solo petite to queen. I love that name. Tell me how you came up with that. I love it. Well you know. Because i wanted a name to represent that i don't care if you have purple hair. I don't care where you worship. I don't care you know what you love or whom is all about. You know you as an individual as a genuine person. And how do we celebrate all women and and of course all people but i especially wanted because of the three young amazing women in my life. I wanted to be there to help. Women move forward instead of you know coming to the equation out of college and all the training we get. We still have been so trained to be quiet to be polite and sit in the backseat and we have to learn. All new skills to be successful in the workplace

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Oregon becomes first state to legalize magic mushrooms as more states ease drug laws in 'psychedelic renaissance'

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

05:50 min | 3 months ago

Oregon becomes first state to legalize magic mushrooms as more states ease drug laws in 'psychedelic renaissance'

"Tuesday was also a good night for more relaxed drug laws. Voters in Arizona, Montana, New Jersey in South Dakota, all legalized recreational marijuana. South Dakota also approved medical marijuana, and so did Mississippi. In Oregon voters approved some of the biggest drug policy rollbacks in the nation, They overwhelmingly approved an initiative to decriminalize all drugs. That includes cocaine, heroin and meth doesn't mean that these drugs are now legal just that if you're caught with small amounts, you probably won't go to jail or again also became the first state to legalize magic mushrooms but only used in licensed therapy settings here to talk about these measures, and what they mean is Herman Lopez, senior correspondent for Fox. Focused on criminal justice, guns and drugs High Hi. Thanks for having me. Well, have you let's begin with Oregon? And why did voters overwhelmingly, it appears approved this measure. So for years now, I think we've heard particularly from Democratic politicians this call to end the war on drugs and what that really means For a lot of people based on the support for this initiative, at least Is ending the criminal justice system's role in the war on drugs like making this a public health issue, something that's dealt with that and addiction treatment in hospitals and so on, but not through prison and jail and that Is essentially what drove this initiative not which not only decriminalizes drugs, but also puts redirects some state money to more treatment. And I guess it's a particular problem in drugs or problem everywhere. But Oregon has a particularly bad problem. I mean, pretty much every play every state in the US at this point, unfortunately, has some level of drug problem with the opioid epidemic and also just alcohol, misuse and addiction is really skyrocketed over the past few years. So unfortunate. I don't think Oregon's alone where Oregon was particularly bad, I think is that actually had pretty low levels of funding for addiction treatment on and that's one of the things that this initiative now seeks to fix. But it still is a NY Eyebrow razor, right When you see the headlines decriminalized all drugs. Do you think that this could change the drug conversation and the rest of the country? Yeah. I mean, it's toughly eyebrow raising. I mean, 10 years ago, Ah, no state in the country had legalized marijuana. And now some states are decriminalizing all drugs now granted marijuana legalization is allow sales, which, as you mentioned, this won't allow. But Yes, it's it's a big step and activists. I've talked to them, especially since they saw so much support in Oregon are hoping to like, Take this two more states across the country to really give way to that slogan, too. And the war on drugs. Well, let's talk about this other measure in or again to legalize certain uses of psilocybin magic mushrooms. Tell us about that. So there have been some studies showing that if you used these kind of like psychedelics and supervised setting, so there would be somebody like a trained facilitator, guiding you through essentially a hallucinogenic trip. Um, it can help some people he studies have been small, but they've helped people with PTSD, for example, with end of life anxiety. Some of the earlier studies were about people who have like terminal cancer and are really anxious. Like I think most of us would be about dying and It really helps essentially put thes people at ease to help them that there's lots of Interesting things in the research showing like some people find the spiritual connection. Some people just their brain to start thinking about these issues differently, regardless of what it is. It seems to work. And that's essentially what organ is now going to try to do is like in the supervised setting, so it's not going to be like a medical marijuana dispensary where you can go home with a bag of pot or whatever. But if you in the supervised sentence, you will be guarded. The really stripped you will essentially be able to use Psychedelics legally. And it's only mushrooms, though right, not LSD, or is it both? It's just so sad that that's what most of this research has focused on for lots of reasons, but So both the American Psychiatric Association and the Oregon Psychiatric Physicians Association opposed this measure. Why So I think one of the things that makes this one A bit tricky for medical folks in particular, is like we already have a process nationally for approving medications. That's the FDA regulatory process, like things go through clinical trials, and they're eventually approved. And unlike medical marijuana, say, 25 years ago. They're these drugs actually are already on clinical trial like that are already on that track. It's possible that regardless what Oregon did hear these medications could have been approved for national youth in a few years, and they're so likely to the FDA still overseeing those clinical trials. We're moving along. So I think that's that's a big obstacle here is like to put this in front of state voters. It's certainly an unusual way to approve medications, and one of the reasons that happened with marijuana was largely because The FDA was stifling research. But in this case that's not happening, So I think the argument is a bit different this time around. Okay. And then, as I mentioned earlier, several states passed recreational marijuana use and medicinal use. So where are we now across the country when it comes to legalizing weed. So 15 States have now legalized weed. Ah, and they've legalized sales. DC has on ly legalized possession, meaning it's kind of like a equalization model where you can't be arrested. But you also just don't even face a fine. But D. C has not legal ourselves who was blocked by Congress from doing so.

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1st man cured of HIV infection now has terminal cancer

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

1st man cured of HIV infection now has terminal cancer

"Cured of HIV infection, says he is terminally ill from a recurrence of the cancer that prompted his historic treatment 12 years ago, Timothy Ray Brown, known for years as the Berlin patient, Brown had a transplant in Germany from Adana with natural resistance to the AIDS virus. It was thought to have cured Brown's leukemia and HIV, but Brown says his cancer returned last year and has spread widely. This case has inspired scientist to seek more practical ways to try to cure the disease.

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First man cured of HIV infection now has terminal cancer

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

First man cured of HIV infection now has terminal cancer

"Been cured of HIV infection, says he is terminally ill from a recurrence of the cancer that prompted his historic treatment. 12 years ago, Timothy Ray Brown was known for his years as the Berlin patient. Brown had a transplant in German, Germany from a donor with natural resistance to the AIDS virus. It was thought to have cured Brown's leukemia and HIV, but Brown says his cancer returned last year and has spread widely. His case has inspired scientists to seek more practical ways to try and cure the disease. This news segment has been brought to

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Get Momentum With One Question

The Daily Boost

05:16 min | 7 months ago

Get Momentum With One Question

"It is Monday and that means we always start. I know we'll do quick today. Have you done your homework? Did you sit down? Did you pay attention to where you're going right now your rolls, your goals everything in your life in other words he's here's the really simple cliff notes version. Are there things you like and you want to keep things you don't like you WanNa Change. That's it. Scribble it down look at it and say if I like it, I'm GonNa. Make make plans to make sure I don't ever lose what I really like in my life. And if they don't like it I'm going to sit down and figure out how to change it. It's all there is to do your homework. It's the most important thing you can do. It's you paying attention to you. Once you that you can pay attention just about anybody else. You know that's too right. GotTa Take Care Take Care Yourself first. So let's get to that one question. The question I just love to talk about I use all the time. This question came about years and years ago I. Think it was around two thousand six when I started asking myself this question at a beaver us with your is still remember to this day I was in a home depot parking lot in. Lake Mary Florida where I was at the time. And my first wife Cheryl had had gotten terminal cancer and she was in the process dying I. Never saw that way I I could I sold a miracle that we may may could save and I also recognize that we'll maybe not. Is Frustrated I was at home depot buying something who knows what it was, but something to to make life more comfortable and I was kind of freaked out about never forgets about my car in that home people parking lot. I was next to the place where you take the carts back and pushing the cart in there. That can the heck am I gonNA do? I do it to wife time what do? I had to ask the question and you feel this way right now you may be because of the pandemic. You may be feeling that way. Maybe you felt sidelined past few months or maybe busier than ever you can't even breathe. I. Couldn't read that. It's terrible. I wasn't alone. I. Knew it at the time and you're not alone right now people feel this way. Well, balanced right focused lacking direction lacking momentum. Fearful? It's scary sometimes. When I feel momentum do that when I feel momentum slow I discover that day. This very simple question. That I always ask myself or others when they need a boost and it's so simple. Write it down. Okay. What can I do? I. Know It's like wait a second. What do you mean that Scott so can i? Yeah. It's a direct question into your mind your subconscious mind if you will. What can I do now? Here's a trip to the question. I found this a lot of people because you're the boss of you. Right you don't have to do what you say. I'm going to do the Scott I'm gonNA, start a died on Monday then Monday you don't change my mind on the blossoming same thing here. You can ask the question what can I do and the answers are going to flood into your mind, but you may not like them right. Are you willing to ask. We right now think for just a moment. Is there anything in the world right now that maybe you just don't know what to do you just don't. Are you willing to ask that question? Are you ready to accept the answer? No matter how small it may be. It may be just a small tiny tiny adjustment get you where you WanNa go and that's it. Some people overlook those adjustments. They think that's not gonNA do anything it does if you do a little bit every single day right so maybe the answer the comes in little things been nagging me for a while. I just haven't done it. If I did things change maybe that's what you get. Maybe you get the big scary one, right I know these are the tough ones. These are the ones where you just sit around for a long time and things like pandemics tend to take the big stuff and go. Hello. Putting off for years citing the big stuff something significant needs to change. And you haven't had to do it. It's amazing. How change instantly like that very second that we have to. So when you ask that question, I really mean this because I asked it to my clients all the time. And they're fearful of the answer. So, the rule is pretty simple. It's just you'd have to ask and accept whatever comes to your mind. Now over the time that I've been doing life and and working with tens of thousands of people these days I have learned, it comes in two varieties, I kind of tease chatel already. Okay. Number one it's a very minimal adjustment in some areas of your life will get huge results. Maybe not this moment but maybe it might be just a phone call or whatever anything. Somebody. Number to. The realization that something significant must change and it must change now. Are you ready to toss out the old and go for it. Oh Scott Right now's not the time maybe it has to be the time I. Don't know. But asking simple question. Sets you up to be in charge in control, and that's usually where people feel. What people feel when they're trying to move forward they feel like they have no control. The truth is you do if you're willing to take it back into begins right inside of you. So four little words. I promise you if you'RE IN A. Relationship or a bad job or you just need to move or something has to happen if you ask those questions that question to yourself as four little words, what can I do and you're willing to accept the answer that comes into your head? And boy, there's a good chance you're not. But if you're willing to. Take Action on it. You'll change everything you will make you ge- huge impact on your life and those around you.

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Well in Brooklyn. We've still - Gal Test 5

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

08:22 min | 7 months ago

Well in Brooklyn. We've still - Gal Test 5

"The the world's world's biggest biggest companies companies are are joining joining forces forces to to cut cut carbon carbon emissions emissions and and a a double double punch punch of of the the movie movie industry industry from from the the Corona Corona virus. virus. Wednesdays Wednesdays one. one. Let's Let's get get a a check check of of traffic traffic in in transit transit on on the the ones ones now now from from Karen Karen Stewart. Stewart. Well Well in in Brooklyn. Brooklyn. We've We've still still got got a a full full closure closure of of the the Bhagwan Bhagwan is is Ram Ram to to the the Brooklyn Brooklyn Battery Battery Tunnel. Tunnel. We're We're dealing dealing with with the the debris debris spilled spilled that's that's been been out out there there since since before before five this morning. All lanes are blocked. They have reopened the H O V lane. The trouble of traffic squeaked by it is working very, very slowly. We are jammed in the guano is from back in the Verrazano Bridge. Bell Parkway is jammed onto the guan US from back of Bay Ridge Avenue on the Prospect Expressway delayed up to the go honest now starts back at Seely Street almost on Ocean Parkway. So in New Jersey. The good news is the North bound Turnpike Express lines are open and 71 The delays are easing out enormously. The delight of the inbound UW birds. Charles from the 80 95 Express is now only about 10 15 minutes. We are heavy across the spam into the city over the Alexander Hamilton on the eastbound cross Bronx will stay heavy until you get to Grand concourse. Upper East Side still bumper to bumper on the South Harlem River from 132nd Street Down East Harlem 114th. It stays heavy down the FDR but earlier problems in the seventies gone, and so things were starting to look up in the world. There is a need to know about the bridges and tunnels, 59th Street Bridge, absolutely packed from Queens Boulevard and Northern Boulevard. What? Throgs Throgs Neck Neck and and Whitestone Whitestone are are still still in in very very good good condition condition and and on on on Long Long Long Long Island, Island, Island, Island, Island, the the the the the westbound westbound westbound westbound westbound ally. ally. ally. ally. ally. He He He He He has has has has has delays delays delays delays delays now. now. now. now. now. Not Not Not Not Not too too too too too bad, bad, bad, bad, bad, though. though. though. though. though. Out Out Out Out Out into into into into into Asian Asian Asian Asian Asian 39 39 39 39 39 for for for for for Glen Glen Glen Glen Glen Cove Cove Cove Cove Cove Road. Road. Road. Road. Road. I'm I'm I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Karen Karen Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart on on on on on 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 wins. wins. wins. wins. wins. No No No No No New New New New New York York York York York City City City City City is is is is now now now now officially officially officially officially in in in in a a a a heat heat heat heat wave. wave. wave. wave. But But But But on on on on the the the the upside, upside, upside, upside, it it it it should should should should be be be be a a a a relatively relatively relatively relatively short short short short heatwave. heatwave. heatwave. heatwave. Let's Let's Let's Let's get get get get specifics specifics specifics specifics from from from from digging digging digging digging divorce. divorce. divorce. divorce. Thank Thank Thank you you you Other Other Other Dane? Dane? Dane? Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, we we we hit hit hit 90 90 90 plus plus plus third day in a row yesterday. The brutal nous of that heat and humidity really evident the last couple of days. One thing you'll notice those you're out the door this morning is the dew point or the amount of humidity in the air is down a bit, so it'll still be hot today, not quite as human. We'll still get above 90 and real fields in the upper nineties with mostly sunny skies. Humanity searches back tonight and there could be a thunderstorm towards daybreak. We get close to 90 the next couple of days tomorrow Thursday, but the humidities backup so real fields will be in the low to mid nineties. So while we may ease out of the heat wave specifically, it's still going to be pretty rotten till we get towards the end of the week in terms of lesser humidity, arriving for the weekend itself will keep you up to date as we go through this He wait continuing today on New York's weather station 10 10 wins. Okay, 80 right now, now, with with a a real real feel feel of of 85. 85. Resident Resident trumps trumps been been sending sending in in federal federal agents agents to to deal deal with with unrest unrest in in Portland, Portland, Oregon, Oregon, has has been been threatening threatening to to do do so. so. Another Another city city is is run run by by Democrats Democrats of the local authority. Don't get the violence in those cities under control, but Merida, Blasio says it's not going to happen. Here is Glenn Shock reports from Midtown this morning, Glenn Federal police like Homeland Security agents are said to be going into Chicago unless legal action stops it Now. The president wants to go further blaming liberal Democrats for crime and unrest in other cities like Philadelphia, Detroit and New York. And that Federal help is needed here is well. New York won last night, the mayor, calling the president's threats all politics and rejects any federal cop plan. He's trying to send an outside presence. It's not because it's needed to protect those buildings again. The same way he's used ice. He uses ice as an extension of his reelection campaign, not protect people. In fact, the mayor says, they'll take legal action that the president does send in federal law enforcement. Every time we've seen the president do things that are illegal and unconstitutional. We've challenged him in court overwhelmingly beat him, and he's had to retreat. But on Monday, the president saying New York City's police are Restricted from doing anything and that federal help may be needed. One shot 10 10 wins here in Midtown rowing. Dan Hollander, the men's rights lawyer suspected of killing the son of federal judge Esther Solace and wounding her husband may also have been responsible for the murder of another men's rights attorney in California. Mark Angelucci was shot by somebody disguised as a FedEx delivery man, the same M O that was used in the killing of the judge's son, Daniel, and dairy and the wounding of her husband, Mark and dearie. Neighbor, Marion Costanza, says Daniel, who was 20 years old was a hero. I'm thinking making another kid would hide in the closet. I mean, you had gunshot. You get scared. You don't know what to do. This kid just ran to help his dad. I really can't believe that they were very close. Investigators say Roy Dan Hollander may have been hunting down enemies after being diagnosed with terminal cancer. He had once argued a case before Judge Solace he was found dead. From a self inflicted gunshot wound in his car in Liberty, New York yesterday. A deadly collision at a marina in the Bronx. Last night, two Jet skis collided, killing two men. The victims were rushed to Jacoby Medical Center but could not be saved. Officer is still working on identifying the men who were not carrying ID. New York City's and face for every opening, then supposed to be the final phase. But as you may have noticed, a lot of stuff still isn't open, notably bars and restaurants, at least for indoor purposes. The governor says the city is just not ready for that, even if many of the people who live in the city already As evidenced by crowds gathering outside restaurants and bars to the parties who come out. I understand the frustration. I understand you've been inside for a long time. I understand it's your young. I understand people like to socialize. I get that It's the summer I get that. Has to stop. He says. Cops need to enforce the law. The mayor and the governor are in a court of least on that one with the blonde CEO, saying troubling overcrowding at restaurants will not be tolerated. New Jersey governor, Murphy says parents will have the option to keep their kids out of school this fall. The Department of Education will be releasing guidance, allowing for parents to choose all remote learning. For their Children. The details will be coming out later this week, but we wanted everyone to know that we will allow for the step. Open a Murphy, adding It's just not possible for school to resume on a normal schedule this fall. Long Beach is now banning non residents not just from the beach on the weekends, but also banning everyone from the boardwalk residents to at night. This after lots of young people crowded onto the boardwalk last Saturday night. It was insanity there. There was no way they can put it under control Long Beach resident in favor of the nightly boardwalk shut down, which will begin nine PM Thursday. The move comes after Governor Cuomo said that revelers flouting his executive orders mandating social distancing. Are behaving in ways that could undo the state's progress against the pandemic. This gentleman, however, disagrees reaches for everybody, and they should all enjoy it. Long Beach Boardwalk will reopen at dawn. Sadie. Degrees mostly sunny. We're going up to 92 Yankee, whether real field 85 Alvez Geico, 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. Is a wedding coming up in a few weeks and you are invited. We're going to hold it right here on sense and wins. As John Montalbano is here to explain this morning, John. Theirs is a love in the time of Cove it Ashley Isaacs is a nurse at New York Presbyterian Israel Wretches played in a band. She liked them, but he was not the type of guy to commit. Until I met the girl. I met the girl and I felt I felt differently about it. Every time I spoke to her, I had butterflies. Every time he saw her. I had butterflies, Then two punches to the gut. He was diagnosed with stage four Hodgkin's lymphoma. And she was caring for Corona virus patients. I'm putting myself in danger. I'm goingto possibly put my fiance in danger and you kind of have this fight with yourself and it's hard. It's definitely hard at the end of the day. Takes a toll on you. Israel is in remission. But as to their big wedding plans crazy to say the

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Inaction Costs You More Than Anything Else

One Last Thought

04:46 min | 9 months ago

Inaction Costs You More Than Anything Else

"Take the action. If you make a mistake, you can exit, but inaction is what's going to cost you more than anything else? You have the power to choose. To choose your path. A different direction are to reframe the situation. You're brave enough to see a better future and take action on it. You will be the change that you want to see in the world and the world respond. The power of choice impacts every aspect of your career in life. I believe it sets you free. And it's the cornerstone to personal and professional development. If I had one thing to share with future generations it's. Just. Do feel the fear and do it anyway. It's fine to listen to people like mean giving out information and ideas, but who cares the none of those ideas are acted upon. It's your action that matters. When my husband was diagnosed with terminal cancer. I made a conscious choice to treasure every moment and create lifelong. With the time we had remaining the power of choice provided us with the ability to refrain the situation. It's the people that are willing to step out there and take bold action that are the ones that make a difference. You have everything inside of you. All you need is within you now. The decision to celebrate and appreciate each day rewarded us with meaning and purpose and offset the darkness of the Odyssey. There's so much great advice out there. There's lots of things that are going to ring true for you and at the same time. Bold action beats great ideas seven days a week. I believe the resulting positive mindset was the key determining factor that allowed my husband to live two years longer than his prognosis, and our daughter emerged from this difficult journey empowered. With the knowledge that every destination is a doorway to another. Just keep adding value. Continue to step into what it is that you are here to contribute, understand how you can add value to the world and just keep doing it. An alternate viewpoint is not wrong rather. It's coming from a unique perspective. I choose to delve deeper to understand and genuinely consider option in turn. This pushes me beyond my own paradigm. Think about it, the unknown as where everything you don't see lips. Be, excellent perfection is an illusion, it is unattainable, is the worst standard instead commit to yourself to be old. Take old action and do the best you can. That's all we need from you. When you do the best, you can every single day. You are going to be one of the change makers. Asking why six times enables me to discover and examining by route. It also opens up new ideas and alternate avenues. Through this process I gained clarity. Which I can leverage my power a choice. Being able to step into your power means letting go of the fears of not doing it perfectly. As a leader I use the power of choice to question why an open the door to opportunity. I choose to ask. You're going to be a lot of people. They're going to tell you becky wrong that you don't know what you're talking about. And that's fine, but no one ever built a statue critic. I am car myself. Organization! and. And follow a new path of. Having a great idea and watching somebody else execute on. It is heart-wrenching. It's about stepping into your full power understanding who you are and the value you can create in the world. Finally I use the power of choice to open my mind to possibilities. I choose to listen to divergent opinions with respect and curiosity. E willing to fail. You'll learn more from your failures than you do. Your successes don't be discouraged by them. Learn from them. The only mistake is the one you continue to make. When you learn from something, you're able to apply it and get even better. A little bit better every day and you're. GonNa get to exactly where you. WanNa go.

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Jonathan Blum: The Usual Uncertainties

Bookworm

09:57 min | 1 year ago

Jonathan Blum: The Usual Uncertainties

"This bookworm and today my guest Jonathon Blum. Who's book of Short Stories? Were talking about today. The usual uncertainties. Well he's one of the very few people who I heard bookworm when he was attending Santa Monica College Enj from Santa Monica College he transferred to Ucla from Ucla. He applied to and got admitted to the University of Iowa. rining program probably then is now one of the very best in the country. Among the people he worked with there were Maryland Robinson but they offered an impressive staff of writers. Here's then as now. Maryland is just retired now. This book is beyond the usual uncertainties. It's twelve stories and these are stories you've written over the last. How many years I'll just over twenty twenty years of you've stories song and I know too that you teach writing in workshops around Los Angeles? Different kinds of workshops story workshops developing character workshops working on your novel workshops workshops so tell me after this time what is the. The short story has to do well Short story seems to be a highly compressed literary form They say it has to have a beginning being a middle and an end though not necessarily in that order I think of myself more disposition as a story writer than a novelist. Maybe maybe I'm one of those people who prefers three or four minutes songs too big symphonies. Shorts story isn't short in anything having other than length. Yes one of the things that I realized as I was reading your stories is that there is a moment where the surface of the story drops away and a dream or trance of what the story is takes its poice and so suddenly you're entering another realm entirely Someone is bringing a baby right to family. How do we know how this is happening? Why this is happening? He feels like Santa Claus. Right he tells us but somehow or other. This is a dream of a story in which a baby can be delivered. Yeah by the family Oral for me without story apples and oranges. I knew that I wanted to have this man. It takes place in nineteen fifty two and he goes out to the countryside outside of Philadelphia and he brings back to Philadelphia with him. A A an unwanted gentile baby and he's going to give of it to his wife sister and her husband to adopt. They haven't been able to have they haven't been able to have a child. Yeah and so will I knew something about what was hint his interior life and what he had in mind and the happiness that he wanted to bring to his sister in on brother-in-law but I didn't know at all what was going to happen in the story. And Yeah I mean he does bring this sort of fantastic gift gift But other than that. I didn't really know where the story was going. And that's often the case. When I begin a story I may have some sense of of where could be going? But I'm I'm pretty open about it. I you know Grace Paley that line about giving your characters the open destiny of life. I really try to do that. I like them to have an open destiny of life within the story. And then I like my endings to be open to because I think characters are still capable table of behaving Unpredictably even after a story and well that story if I remember correctly that that mentions the open destiny of life story by Grace Pantley quota conversation with my father and many many of your stories are conversations with parents. That's right and in fact the first story and a young boy has has gone with his father who's adopter. His parents are divorced. He ends up going with his father for the weekends. His father has to work right and takes him to the hospital. The boy sits around waiting until the father one day says would you like to make my rounds with me and not just that shows him how how to look at an x Ray. Yes it's a pulmonologist but he does locate cancer. I mean because he's looking at chest xrays so he's looking issue Z.. Whether there's cancer or emphysema what the patient's condition is but the marvellous thing. Is that this drops away too soon. The boy is going into the rooms with the father but not just into the rooms where he knows news that a patient has terminal cancer as indicated by the title of the story. The white spot was an indication on the x Ray a cancer but the father is talking to a woman where she from Hungary from Hong Yes. Well her family's ways from Hungary actually. She grew up in the United States. But she's of Hungarian ancestry. The father is getting the Hungarian woman to tell the story. Essentially of anti-semitism in Hungary and the father is teaching the boy that that not how to be a doctor right not how to be compassionate and not how to talk to a patient about death but to show the boy that these people are used to the experience of people coming from extermination camp. Yeah the drop that I'm talking about into the trance of the dream right. The boy is being told a completely different story Ori by his father in collaboration with the Hungarian woman neither of whom know how powerful awful What they're saying is to the boy? The boy is something. Well he's an attractions he's in a trance too. You and I would say the exciting thing to me about reading your stories. I was following following the trance of the story and Song I think of this as leading the reader down the garden path into another realm of reality. Yeah I agree with what you're saying about both of those stories and I think also those stories have immigrants in common and one of the things. I think that unifies the collection is that threaded throughout there are a a number of immigrants from various places in the white spots there in from the white spot there from Russia. But you know I have a Thai emigrant I have Armenian emigrants people that make up Los Angeles. I mean Los Angeles is ten million people in Los Angeles County and three point. Five million of those are not born in the United States so I think the immigrant experiences pretty central to the Los Angeles experience. And of course you know my own family has an immigrant background as well. Well I would go further and say that the stories prove that life is strange. That what a story doesn't do is tell you you you already know in the second story. I mentioned called apples and oranges. None of these people. I know what to do with this outside the family outside the flock outside the tribe baby. Yeah but but the bringer of the baby knows right then in a few weeks it'll be like every other baby right. It will be loved. It will be cared for. It will be ideal yes and it will always be a baby of gentile ancestry. And that's something that I wanted to explore usually it's Jews who are trying to assimilate into the larger culture but this will be a baby that is going to be assimilating into Jewish culture which I just really enjoyed that aspect of the story.

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"John Doe" who accused Kevin Spacey of sexual assault dies

Jared and Katie

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"John Doe" who accused Kevin Spacey of sexual assault dies

"Kevin Spacey one of his sexual assault accusers died in the midst of a lawsuit unexpectedly and people won't as of right now it's on known causes and if you're not familiar with the store he's been accused by several different men of sexual harassment or assault mostly sexual assault he was massage therapists in and twenty eighteen he made the claim that during massage therapy. we have young kids a crown turned down give a couple things turned out three to one to turn down took the massage therapy Kevin Spacey grabbed his hand and they made him touches this diet private area gotcha and then they'll let me ask you real quick was he found not guilty criminally so this was a civil lawsuit this was this is a different there's another one that was thrown out recently as a separate one okay this is separate you still can sue right if you're found not guilty criminally as we've seen with OJ since I'll yet yeah because this is a lawsuit so this isn't a criminal thing I guess but this man had had remained a man who died unexpectedly who's a Kevin Spacey accuser has been he has not released his name did not wanna releases name I mean the court knows but in the ask the court not to relate releases ninety one people because he's embarrassed about it he's a middle aged man that was well respected his family's like devastated ha but he look for to standing up to Kevin Spacey is the report from his attorney. so the question is look at what happens when you just die in the middle of a lawsuit that you're pursuing or exciting as serious going on getting killed I wonder like the guy than the jail and steam. other Mister it's just seems like all these rich powerful people all of a sudden the main witness dying writing you seemingly CI a and a law and order episode like that would never happen and then it does I this is scary and I would imagine that if you are being sued by someone and then they die does it just go away is just over in the end I mean if the serious allegation then I I guess you would also think will think I'd have some to do with it and give you know I don't know we do have official about at least Lanier on at least so what's the deal with this Kevin Spacey thank Hey give warning Hey I love the analogy about law and order either they actually the writers of on order based on older episodes on real life legal situation that you're in line at one of the show's ripped from the headlines totally true they totally so all that stuff you see on there has some where in the United States actually occurred and they picked it up and put it in the chat mark I had the S. Kevin ironically the Kevin Spacey show that he was on what was called the political Shah house of cards that was based on a political things as well the murder in the sea in the craziness that goes on with the politics like seriously like we don't think we think of the movie stores up like that but Mike really go on debating on my real life people yeah US yeah like you said hell wild is it that all these in all these cases like mysteriously this key witness you know this guy going after Kevin Spacey mysteriously dies those are. yes the weather's no foul play suspected so you know the internet is but what happens like your to get your question what happens is so this is a civil lawsuit like you said this is not a criminal lawsuit so in a civil lawsuit this man who died he's the point if he's the one that was agreed that the right and so when that person dies that does have an impact on the case as an impact on the damages in the case it has an impact on who would receive those damages right because the plane as the guy who was aggrieved and harm is no longer around to receive those damages so what happens is with the Californication California and it's kind of similar all over there's a legal duty for the plaintiff's attorney to notify the court or notify here notify opposing counsel that your planet has died so they filed that notice so now that starts the clock ticking in the California court there's ninety days in which the plaintiffs counsel not must open in a state for the plan F.. and which is a lot of paperwork and I you know hiring having an estate attorney it's usually separate attorney and then follow substitution so that the estate becomes the plan F. instead of the actual individual if they do that within ninety days the lawsuit can go on but it becomes a lot harder to prove and the damages are impacted because now your key witness is gone visitors can I say Kevin Spacey took my hand and put it on his stuff right right now if it was a criminal trial lease Lanier any criminal trial and you're the one witness and the safe you died or or murdered let's say you died is that I mean the I guess that they don't do they throw it out right away or the so you're out. it's it's really depends kind of a case by case basis on what other evidence they have because some you know a lot of times in a criminal trial the key witness like numbers for all of the key witness has been dead from go right so that you you're still able to prove the case was more yes for a circumstantial type evidence I witness testimony some of that kind of stuff there's even a thing if you know your plaintiff is sick what they the massage therapist had terminal cancer or something his attorney didn't know that this case they had they known that they could have preserved his testimony in advance they could help. video. testimony in advance but they didn't notice that he didn't do that so in a criminal case they just you value waited based on other evidence of this crime and then if they don't really have other evidence of the crime they will often drop the charges if a key witness that now we're talking to our official turn at least a linear I do have a question okay so what you want if that's the case it almost makes it more enticing to kill the key witness. yes

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Trump issues full pardons for five convicted criminals

Charlie Parker

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Trump issues full pardons for five convicted criminals

"And Connie a visiting with the president talking about possible commutations or pardons for criminals we told you time was common well the time has come and it was yesterday when the president issued full pardons for five criminals who serve sentences on charges including drug trafficking weapons sales and illegal gambling side of the men's acceptance of responsibility for their crimes and the community service are terrible work better each has performed since their release so all five have done their time and been released in and now been pardoned one of them was guilty to improper use of federal property for transferring auto equipment another if convicted of using a telephone to distribute marijuana a third arrested sentence while working at any illegal gambling parlour the fourth was convicted for drug trafficking and fraud stemming from a drug crime and the fifth was an airport baggage handler who was convicted of crimes related to theft of fire arms from checked luggage an official statement from the White House after a careful review of the files of each of these individuals president trump has concluded that each are entirely deserving of executive clemency that full pardon by the way does restore the man's right to vote and the right to bear arms president also commuted the sentences of two people one a nonviolent first offender with five young children home and a wife with terminal cancer he was convicted of possession of sympathetic can of annoyed with intent to distribute he was accused of operating a business importing the drugs from China and Hong Kong and and selling them throughout the United States the other computation involved I'm a guy from Arkansas who was accused of participating in a bribery scheme to boost in Medicaid

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Trump issues full pardons for convicted criminals

Jeff Ward and Ed Clements

01:23 min | 1 year ago

Trump issues full pardons for convicted criminals

"Welcome back to the show the president has hardened and committed sentences for seven people today that's interesting usually do that the end of the term but there they are he did it today two men who sentences were commuted will now released early from federal prison while those receive full pardon that already completed their prison sentences will have their rights fully restored top political figures that advocated release of the two men who will now be released from prison on trump's orders ten school an Arkansas man who was convicted of bribery and fraud charges and ronin non Mari a Floridian who was sentenced to twenty years in prison for distributing synthetic marijuana former governor Mike Huckabee of Arkansas the truck booster in the the data the former White House press secretary strongly supported schools request for clemency White House noted that no not me who was convicted in twenty fifteen is a non violent first time offender with no criminal history with five kids his wife is suffering from terminal cancer so that just happened this afternoon from from the White House good but if you did a five those nonviolent how many how many hundreds from Oregon prison for nonviolent drug offenders are languishing in presence more how many are out there but good for the

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Jury finds Monsanto's Roundup caused another man's cancer

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Jury finds Monsanto's Roundup caused another man's cancer

"Eleven San Francisco jury is found the roundup weed killer was a substantial factor in a man's terminal cancer, the unanimous verdict today against roundups manufacturer agribusiness giant Monsanto was the second to find that roundup caused non-hodgkin's lymphoma and other jury reached that conclusion last year in awarded the plaintiff Dwayne Johnson two hundred and eighty nine million dollars. This suit was filed by seventy year old Edwin Hardiman, and the first phase was commenced jurors of roundups rolling his flimflam this trial will now proceed to the

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Cancer, California And Twenty Nine Million Dollars discussed on Jason and Alexis

Jason and Alexis

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Cancer, California And Twenty Nine Million Dollars discussed on Jason and Alexis

"Powder. A California jury has awarded twenty nine million dollars to a woman who claimed the company's baby powder Kafer, terminal cancer. The jury found that baby powder was quote, a substantial contributing factor in her pursuit is one of many that links cancer to a specis and talcum

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"terminal cancer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

09:22 min | 2 years ago

"terminal cancer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"She is her first one is on the last day of January, right? So far we have had everybody. Non cinema will go today. And everybody's asking me if we're gonna ask her about the boots. We have to of course, it's not like it's not the biggest deal. There's a lot more going on in DC. But let me attention. It did get a lot of attention. Is that something that she is? She do it on purpose to get attention. Or is this just right? Hey, this is me you like me fine. Don't raise it or not, right. Yeah. So yeah, we will ask her. That's coming up at three. Oh five. There is a term that many people cringe at it used to be called euthanasia. Now, it is called death with dignity and other people call it physician assisted suicide if you're old enough to remember the name, Jack Kevorkian, that's when that's when this debate really got started a number of year number of decades ago, but some state Democrats right here in Arizona are trying to make Arizona the eighth state in the country to adopt some kind of death with dignity law. We've talked about people in Oregon who have done it. We've talked about one girl who had terminal cancer. She was like twenty nine. Yeah. And I think a lot of them do it because the pain is so bad. You know, I think the woman you're talking about in might be somebody else. Just a pain was so excruciating. Could this ever pass in Arizona? I don't think so Representative Pamela powers Hanley is the bill's main sponsor the Bill was first introduced in two thousand and three and each of the past three years. It has never made it out of committee. All right. So it's never made it out of committee. But you know, what? Texting and driving never got past in Arizona, and there's a decent shot that it will get past this time around. I don't know, man. I don't think I can you really answered this question isn't the only way you can ask her to answer. This question is if you are terminally ill. Yes, it's question. If I like it or not in this Bill, would you want the option if you were diagnosed with a terminal illness, probably a LS, terminal cancer, brain cancer. Salil? Right. Would you want this option or would you just want to go off into the night? And and maybe not even realize it if you had dementia, if you had Alzheimer's, I'll never forget a number of years ago, my wife, and I was the first year of our marriage. Actually, we actually had somebody living in our house who was from another state. So they could get cancer treatment down here. In phoenix. And I remember her saying at the end, I just wish I could make the decision. She didn't want to linger. She knew she was a burden on her family. That's why she was living with us because the the husband had to say for the how ironic is this. The husband had to stay in work to get the insurance to cover the treatment. But he couldn't be with his wife because he couldn't leave work. Yeah. So many things that are unfair. But anyway, the point is it really got me thinking. If I am if I've got all my facilities, and I have a terminal disease, and I am in pain because in hospice care all they're really doing is they're giving you enough morphine. So you don't feel the pain, and it actually gets the dosage is increased so much. You're basically killing somebody with morphine you're giving them an overdose of morphine to stop the pain. Okay. So if I was let's say I was diagnosed with us. We do a lot of work with Lou Gehrig's disease, a horrible horrible disease. It is not fair to brain is fine, everything functions in your brain. You can't move any any body part? If I don't want to hold on for a cure. I don't want to basically linger until I am such a burden on my family now till you choke to death. Exactly. That's you suffocate yourself. Yeah. You choke to death. I would I would I'm not saying I would want to blow my brains out. Because we have heard stories of people who get a terminal illness. They go into the backyard, they use a gun or were they or or Bill Haywood the Bill Haywood situation where he never disease he didn't. But his wife did. And I thought it was a murder suicide based on. No, no, no, no, no. No. Okay. Anyway, that there are people who say I'm in so much pain, and I'm so much of a burden. I can't do this anymore. Again, what I wanted to be messy. No. But I would want some kind of control over here. Here's one thing that you said with this woman that was suffering from cancer. She wanted to make the decision. Yeah. But that's not the way. It works. Your the technology. It could work that way it could. But that's you know, he listen if you wanted to do it, I fine with it. I mean, who am I to say, hey, don't do it. You know what? I mean. It was legal. Yeah. Well, I mean, I'm just I'm not I'm not in a position to say. Oh, that's so wrong. How could you do something? All I'm saying is that's really not how it works. You don't get to pick. When you die. You know, the man of stairs gets to pick. When you die. God gets picked when you die and sometimes it's really bad. And sometimes you just go on your sleep. I don't know if we should. I mean, if I was in a situation where I was in pain. I'd probably want to make the decision. But you know, I'm not in pain. Right. I hear you all day long on saying that's not a decision. You're supposed to make. That's a decision. God makes. And I think I'd feel very differently about it. If I was the one that was in pain, though, I mean just being in pain. I'd be like I want to make the decision. So I totally understand why the woman you just talked about with cancer says I'd like to make the decision totally understand that. But you don't get to make that decision. The Bill was first introduced in Arizona in two thousand three it's been introduced in each of the last three sessions never made it out of committee. And I think you bring up a good point with the texting and driving. Maybe it takes in terms of a Bill passing. Yeah. Maybe take some body a high profile person or some instigating factor that this gets more attention or whatever like that. How many times did we talk about texting and driving and how many deaths of texting and driving? But it seems that this one police officer who was just, you know, innocently killed for no reason because of a texture and driver debt may push people to move forward on the texting and driving Bill well in April two thousand eighteen. A sixty nine year old had months to live and decided to end their life. Right. And legally do it. Yeah. What she talks about. Is. You just don't you? Don't say Thursday. Right, right. I mean, you have to talk it over with doctors, and physicians. I think you gotta go through certain steps. Yes. And you have to be in hospice. Yes. And you can't say I want to do this dignity with death thing. There's some type of process. Yes. So, you know, you just don't decide one day in less. You want to commit suicide. Correct. Correct. I don't know. There are more people that are that are coming by every year to the capitol and legislators and all that stuff and saying why don't we do this? It's compassionate when we put our pet down. Why can't we put a human being down? Right. And I just go back to the point. I just don't know if that's what we should be doing. I don't know. It's it's really not a decision. But man, if I was in pain, if if I had a terminal illness. I probably be thinking very very differently. But this is the kind of the way it's been dying. How many states have this eight their eight states, Oregon was the first one right? We will be one of eight here is Pamela powers. She's the legislature who is putting Bill together in down the capital more people every year, come to the capital and contact legislators and say, I should be able to make that kind of decision. My own decision. Yeah. That's a tough one. Especially if you're I mean, if there's no hope. Still doesn't mean that you should do it. I don't know if there should be a law in Arizona. I don't know. Now, let's see if it even gets out of committee. It's been brought up should only be for the terminally ill. Oh, yeah. I think so. Okay. What if you have because then it suicide if you're not terminally ill, and you're a bad day or depression? Then I think that's still life with depression. That's, but that's still should be suicide. I would think, but I mean, if you're if you're if you're suffering from depression for years and years and years, I dunno. Then that's a good question. I don't know. I mean, if you feel terminal depression, I don't know. All right, death dignity law. It's reintroduced in Arizona. Keep our eye on see what happens. I don't know. Coming up next. What do you do when an armed man breaks into your home in the middle of the night that happened to one Phoenix woman? And we'll have her story next. Dryhome informed and entertained with MAC and Gaydos, two to six PM on KTAR news ninety two three FM. Get some perspective with Bruce in panel at the Super Bowl. Sunday means beer, chicken, wings, pizza, and football. And also means people will be calling out of work on Monday..

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"terminal cancer" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"terminal cancer" Discussed on Ologies

"Take me back a little bit too. Because I understand you're in the military cost yet. And so before you got to community college, even what was your was your process? Yes. So I was seventeen when I graduated high school, and I joined the US airforce right after graduation when did you move from Lisbon to the US I was eleven years old. So I miss United States when I was eleven and my so the reason I joined the military was my my father had terminal cancer. He was he was dying. And because we weren't US citizens at that time, you couldn't get he couldn't work. So he couldn't he didn't have healthcare. And so you couldn't get Medicaid or Medicare because we weren't citizens. So he was without healthcare. And the just the supporting just so he could be comfortable pain medicine and anti anxiety medicine that you you need when you're. Going through the dying process was costing. I think it was like eleven hundred dollars every ten days and we couldn't afford it. That was just there's nothing we could do. And I'm an only child I had to do something. And I was seventeen what what could I do? And so I figured the military would be a good way to be able to provide for my family. And that's why I joined the military. I'm gonna cry don't cry. And honestly, I think that that's the thing that I'm the most proud of in my life is to be able to. You're gonna make me cry. But it's it's the thing that I'm the most proud of that I think I've ever done because I was able to to be there for him both financially and mostly the air force was great about helping us. I would I would they I worked the night shift. So that I could during the day I could take him to the hospital that I could dig into his appointments, and I made him a dependent of mine which meant that they could the military would pay for his medical care. So of course, it was terminal he was going to die. But that I could he could get the medicine that would make him more comfortable going through that process. So it was it was great for that. Sorry. I was fully red-faced wet cheeks ugly crying recording this. Can you clone yourself? Just repopulate Mars with not just you. All. So when when how long did you serve in the air force will years I did for years. So I wasn't a US citizen. When I went in. I got my citizenship through the military, which is great. But I couldn't get any of the cool jobs in the military because I couldn't get secret clearance. So I couldn't I couldn't work with satellites or like the space side of of the military, which I I'd always liked space. They don't tell you about what really happened in Roswell. Tell me now I'm getting. Multiple. So I picked. How I ended up picking the job that I guess I worked in the medical field. I was a person who draws your blood in tests it that's what I did for four years testing people's urine and poop and growing bacteria. You were just unlike the bodily fluids yeti. Yes, that's what I did for four years. But I didn't know what I wanted to do when I got out. I didn't really like wasn't crazy about the medical field. I didn't wanna stay in there. I knew I liked science and math, but I hadn't taken a math or science class and like four years, and I was really afraid to fail. So I like I bartended for many years just trying to find myself and figure out what I wanted to do. I started going to community college just take a class here and there, and then I started doing well. And I'm like, okay. Maybe I can do this. This is a path I can take and then slowly just taking more and more classes, and I was doing well. And I said, okay, I'm going to go get a science degree in engineering degree until you got until I got that internship JPL that open the world of planetary science to me..

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"terminal cancer" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"terminal cancer" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Request to patients with terminal cancer diagnoses people so paralyzed by psychological distress that it's interfering with their other treatment, and who don't have a quote long term to look forward term to the Tobin suspects. This definition could expand overtime's more studies and clinical trials accumulate and correct me if I'm wrong if I of you know, or anybody listening eight fifty five four fifty. Free. But when California I introduced therapeutic cannabis or medicinal marijuana, depending on what term you wanna eat years back in the late ninety s it was very limited. Right. I'm assuming I I can't remember the history of it. I know a lot of states that currently have some form of and New Hampshire calls it therapeutic cannabis, right? It's. Started off fairly limited to people with chronic illnesses. People with you know, things that were basically terminal and then it slowly expanded to include right? A more broad based. If you have chronic pain, that's not life threatening. Right. You can now with a lot of states get the therapeutic cannabis. Yeah. This is really the definition of plane through the system in the United States. I mean, if you can get in drug law, if you can get something passed that allows you a modicum of freedom or a modicum of allowing the research to continue. Then the odds, you know, barring anything unforeseen occurring that would stop that. Yeah. It's not a bad move that this is one of those things where a lot of people. They'll look at me because I'm a radical libertarian that says that we should be as legal as tomatoes. And what I mean by that is when you go to the store, they don't say sorry, sir. But you can't buy all four jars of the marinara sauce right by as much marinara as you want by as many tomatoes as you want. There's not regulations on that. But states like Colorado and Oregon they put limits on how much cannabis you purchase. But they'll look at that. And then say also, you must be one of those people that if you were serving as a legislator, somebody put forth a Bill to you know. Put some kind of experimental thing. Now, I would vote for it as a step toward. Alright cool. We've got it. Now, let's work on expanding it and expand it and expand it just like if I were a state rep. And there was a Bill to cut taxes by five percent great. Let's cut taxes by five percent this year and then five percent next year high percent next year and just keep cutting it to we're out of percents to give away. Right. So yeah, I work you ask for a lot more than what you want. And then you slowly get there. I understand that. It's just one of those things. I don't think libertarians or likely Democrats or Republicans will ever fully grasp when it comes to how to pass legislation right? Some people want all or nothing and some people are going to take a slower, I think more pragmatic approach to things. Right. And then there are the people that a lot of the self-described pragmatic libertarians that instead of adv. For maximum freedom. Bell advocate for half of a baby step, right? No. You accept half of a baby step towards whatever you say. Let's just keep taking baby steps. Let's go to the discord where we've got Christian anarchist. Calling in your on free. Talk live. Go ahead with their thoughts. Hey, guys. Go. What's on your mind, gene? Yeah. I wanted to go take a little trip down memory lane here and explain why media aright, and we'll do that in just a moment. I didn't even look at the clock to see that we were almost out of time on this. But we'll get back to Jeanne and his trip down memory lane. Don't know if that trip involves Tila, Simon maybe maybe not eight fifty five four fifty free. This is free talk live. Bitcoin.

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"terminal cancer" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

08:26 min | 2 years ago

"terminal cancer" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Through the stories news wise that have made it this week or at least, I highlight one you'll have my opinion on some things going on in the, world of agriculture and we're also going to meet a couple of people who are responsible for a new concept. In farm housing I don't know a farm housing is the right way to put it actually at is a. New concept around you might look up called Agra hooding agr I h. o. o. D. And the creation of. These Agra hoods it's a neighborhood. Built on agriculture I've talked to, these two fellows Nathan, Bergen Mike sands and I find. Your concept fascinating it's a master planned conservation community. Built around agriculture I think you're gonna find. It very interesting the ideas that come out of, this is well the idea is to come out of any of our conversations are what's more important. Than anything else in our visitations Here let's get to some of the, news or at least one story this week that has a lot of people, in the farming community talking the story from San Francisco where jurors sided with a man who says that round. Up the weed killer contributed to his terminal cancer diagnosis now this guy's only got a few months to live. His name is Dwayne Johnson related religion to the Rockies Dwayne Johnson he at two hundred eighty nine million dollars. In damages now certainly this will. Go through the appeals process Monsanto, try to tied up, for years which is just another. Indication of what they're all about he was a. School district groundskeeper and the report was that. He used roundup about twenty to thirty times a, year and as he used it he sprayed gut the spray on himself and he was diagnosed with non Hodgkin's lymphoma Which is the toughest heinekens lymphoma non, Hodgkin's non-hodgkin's is always fatal Johnson sued Monsanto The jury sided with him stating that roundup causes cancer the. Jury also said Monsanto failed to warn customers of the potential risk of getting cancer you may remember a report that came out from the w. h. o.. The, World Health Organization suggesting that the. Most important ingredient around up which is life oh sate could cause cancer. In humans I was in my. Local tractor supply store yesterday and they. Were touting, they. Were, selling roundup with less the promo was you get less life oh state whatever however you pronounce glide FO's, eight? Now, and it still does the same thing as a promotion and a half right meanwhile Monsanto sticks through their story around. A, dozen caused cancer and regulatory authorities, are telling them that the product. Is safe well You know there are four thousand cases in courts right now right this minute four thousand, cases? Just, like this that are against Monsanto and round up and the products like blindfolds eight that they put in their stuff. The I mean. You don't see as I said, Amazon is going to appeal the decision of course they will. And they'll spend millions of dollars trying to do that to keep for paying him on his deathbed the money that he deserves so as. We think about eight, this two, hundred eighty nine million dollars damage slapped on Monsanto, there? Is a by the way of federal judge in Brazil this week that halted the use of all products from Monsanto over health concerns this is this. Week Headlines all over the world in Europe they don't allow roundup at. All and yet the company bear which. Is from Germany is the company whose origins were in making the gas that was used in the in the killing of all of the Jews in the, camps in Germany same company they changed their name anyway bears. Sped sixty, six billion dollars as soon as this jury award. Was announced, this past week, their shares went, down like a rock so a you. Know you wonder what they're thinking or what they think is the future of months analysts they come up with some new, product you'd think somebody would. Be doing some research to find, because there are organic ways of getting rid of weeds and. That in past and stuff like that just takes a little more money and a little more time but this I think you can see. The end of life As the most popular weed killer It has. Not been good for the environment. It has been good for farmers. So the question comes from farmers what do we do if we don't have, glyphosate, crop yields are up corn beans that, sort, of, thing because of technology. Pesticides herbicides, that sort of, thing and again not only here but they've been doing a good job of selling his all around the globe and because of drought and heat. And storms and concerned about climate there is a, demand for more of the volume but, there's also at the same time. A drive to have organic food and, so as regulators look at this you got to wonder what the ultimate. Is going to be fair does it's been sixty six. Billion dollars and just walk away they, gotta be working on something else but there. Are lots of legal battles here they bought into them But the, market value of bear went down eleven billion. Dollars in one day And. That doesn't happen by accident so anyway that's the story of the jury award this fellow sad life. Sat into his life at the hands of. These bastards that make this stuff I. Got no use for the minority farmers send me notes. From time to time you're welcome to. Do Doug at, Doug Stephan dot com and also at Doug Stephan on Twitter I, just I I don't see I understand the value in an era when listen I was talking. To a friend of mine in New York who runs a tractor dealership there we. Were talking about dairy and he said it's gone and is not coming back and I think that there's truth to that the government has allowed the dairy farmers of America and the squeezer family. And dean foods to control a fluid milk supply. And screw the dairy farmer that's all that is, and your drinking inferior product if you're buying, that white crap in the store Where'd you. Should be doing is buying it Processed on, a farm from farmer that you know that's the best? Way to find milk and dairy? Products not to buy in the? Grocery store but I might as. Well be, talking to the wall 'cause that's how. People by most people don't know nor do they care they just want what looks like milk to. Them and it isn't it's not milk at. You and I grew up on it's. Garbage by yet it's it is what it is and. So we continue to be concerned about. That sort of, thing all right so that's the news of the week in a, manner of speaking the most important one most significant news story in a moment we meet Nathan. Berg and Mike sans we'll talk about a new way of of developing if you. Will in rural and suburban areas meanwhile they want to remind you about how to get the best night's rest if you're traveling you're bringing your youngsters to college let's say and they're going to. Have a dorm room do you have or they're. Living maybe in a house do they have a, my pillow do they have to my pillow So they're. Going to be able to arrest like they do at, home or do you need to order by the my pillow four-pack. Fifty percent. Off right now you know my pillow go to mypillow dot com use the promo code DJ v. and had these pillars available here we go with not only, the. Pillows.

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"terminal cancer" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"terminal cancer" Discussed on Here & Now

"Between that point when he actually got it, turned it on to get onto the runway is out very straight shot by the way. How does he get into the pilot seat? Is it? Does he climb over from the tug as you call it? The toe annoy yesterday, disconnect at he has moved up, get the get the tug out of the way takes towbar out of the way. And then literally, you know, open the door and go in now because he up to the door. We'll see this plane isn't high in the air. This isn't like a triple seven or a seven forty seven or three eighty. This plane has the door has stairs in it a just briefly a could have been much worse. It has of alerted people in the industry that there is a problem. But for those controllers, that must have just been a horror. Well, it wasn't horror, and you know, what are the good things about the controllers that they did is they got him talking one point. He asked the controllers if they can help him get the plane pressurized because he was light headed. But if he was not at an altitude over ten thousand feet and well over ten thousand feet high poxy doesn't usually set at right at ten thousand feet for him to be complaining about lightheadedness to me was ACLU. Maybe he was ill. Maybe he had a problem that to me was a clue in the air traffic controllers by keeping him talking learned a lot going to help in the investigation tremendously. And you know, by being kind and having a gentle touch with him, you know, perhaps they helped avoid disaster. Mary Schiavo. Thank you so much. Good to be with you. Thank you. Mary is the former inspector general for the department of transportation. So did you watch it was terrifying sickening for his loved ones until it ended so badly, maybe a little. Shares in the German multinational company Bayer dropped more than ten percent today. The first day of trading after a jury ordered months Santo, which was recently acquired by bear to pay two hundred and eighty nine million dollars in damages to a man who has terminal cancer. The plaintiff was frequently exposed to Monsanto's weed killer roundup while he worked as a groundskeeper Monsanto is appealing. The ruling we're joined now by NPR's Dan, Charles, who wrote a book about Monsanto and other things lords of the harvest, biotech big money and the future of food. Dan, welcome back. Nice to be here, and I tell us about this case against months anto. So the case was brought by a man who worked as a groundskeeper at a school in California. He worked with, you know, round up, there were leaks. Sometimes he got doused with the chemical from time to time, or at least on a couple of occasions, he was worried about it, and then he got cancer. And then some groups that have been longtime opponents of Monsanto and critics of their products, they sort of came in and you know, paid for and organized. This lawsuit on his behalf suing Monsanto and the jury found Monsanto liable for the groundskeepers cancer. But this case does not prove the link between roundup and cancer. What kind of evidence is there that the chemical in roundup, which is glysophate does cause cancer. This came up a really became a hot issue three years ago when a. Of internationally recognized scientists working under the auspices of the World Health Organization put out a report saying that it is probable that glyphosate, you know, the active ingredient in roundup can cause cancer..

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"terminal cancer" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"terminal cancer" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Org. Actually, you can find it and it is worldwide effects of atomic weapons project sunshine in its dated August, sixth nineteen Fifty-three. Oh, I know I figured out the worst phrase for this more mooching. Oh yeah, that's rough. One on a side. Note with this, we find an interesting biographical tail here. It is the tale of Albert Stevens. Albert Stevens was someone who fell into the web of illegal government radiation experiments in the US in nineteen forty five. He was a fifty eight year old house painter. He had been told that he was suffering from terminal cancer with only months to live. The truth is. Is that he was suffering from a severe gastric ulcer, but he had doctors tell him it was cancer. So he was admitted to the university of California, San Francisco medical center to treat the cancer that he did not have to get cough cough treatment, cough, cough, cough, cough treatment, cough cough treatment is me really pointing out that they were lying to. Well, I'm slow today. You got to so this guy, this poor guy. Albert. He as he says, given a few months to live on may tenth of that year scientists working for Sam, pretending to treat the cancer that he did not have secretly shot him up with the single largest amount of plutonium. A human being has ever received to the modern day is just under one microgram in the sample at two different isotopes of plutonium was cocktail one or the isotopes was weakly radioactive, so still dangerous, but not an immediate death sentence. It had a half life of twenty four thousand one hundred years then. Yeah, and then the other highly radioactive isotope had a half life of about eighty seven a little less than eighty eight years. He received free medical and additional testing for the rest of his life from the same group that riddled his body with radiation and his family. Thought this experimental cancer treatment was working because he didn't have cancer, and he lived more than a few months. In fact, he lived twenty one years suffering the effects of this cartoonish amounts of plutonium that stayed in his system in his bones in his skin in his organs. His spine was degrading. A horrific rate. His eyes were fighting a losing battle with cataracts, and he was still there with the doctors who were cough cough, treating cough cough him, and they can -ducted operations while he was alive to remove parts of his organs to see what was happening to them, took a spleen parts of his livers, pancreas, his lymph nodes, his family, the whole time is saying, wow, it's amazing that you have survived cancer. Thank you for this experimental treatment. He died twenty one years later on Jan..

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"terminal cancer" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"terminal cancer" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"The rick and bubba show so look forward to that next week rickandbubba best of rick and bubba replay on fourth of july can't believe it's already july guys here it is as it on the label you know we've done stories about how when you get older tom flies biles so we won't get into that now but i cannot believe it's july let's just moving we're halfway through the year ago yeah how about that teachers are hating life right now because they're realizing summer's over yeah i have a buddy a really good friend that the teacher and been one he's he's actually about to retire i think he's only got one or two more years left and he he always gives me the hand got nothing due to august buddy and i mean that's it and then here it is already july hey buddy you don't have long you don't have long so anyway that's out there so next week it's rick and bubba best of week yesterday actually was rick who told me was not too long after the show can't remember exactly when but the news of joe jackson joe in the age of eighty nine i didn't know he was oh jackson's you know joe we've seen behind the scenes and the stories in and he was tough on them but you you cannot argue with the product he put it on the field yeah i'll give you that my goodness they you know he was worked in a steel mill had all and i think he even had a ban and then he knows his kids were got talented knee plan and a vision and again you can't you know backup everything he did in the way the reports are true you might be a little far but i'll tell you this he definitely put out a heck of a product no doubt about it of course in they all hated him right were among the left wheel stuff like that but he had terminal cancer and had been admitted into a hospice i guess what a day and a day and a half or so ago and ended up passing away due to due to the cancer here's no picture of all of them and the boys they're in their prime they all got afros joe's when rock in tehran is this one you're looking at right there yeah that's something else got a german shepherd into pitcher with i'll tell you what they can they could throw the music of course they've got the two thousand three interview to from michael jackson were they say the beatings from his father joe jackson you remember that this is probably bad question how many of them are still alive today jackson all of them except joe and michael so there only two yeah yeah yeah ten kids let's say he had the six boys wasn't it yeah and i guess i'm janet the re and this'll probably be the first time they've gotten together in a long time for the funeral about the black because remember at one time you had two sides because they were kind of pulling them mom back and forth between them control of the grandkids when michael died and then they got fighting over who controlled the mama and yeah but yeah joe had had a pile of kids yeah yeah ten kids with catherine his wife for more than sixty years i guess and i saved the past i forget how many years ahead separate i couldn't i couldn't they could beat same room together joe's rockstar to don't thank you didn't live it up right but and that's documented so i'm not just making it up but yeah but you know eventually just about every kid you know they all had you know some had a higher level than others obviously but they all were in the music business in some shape or form i love this line his methods although held in question all these years undeniably produced results argue with the results about he you know he had a stroke he also had three heart attacks back in two thousand fifteen remember he was hospitalized in two thousand sixteen from coming now for with a high fever whatever but ended up passing away of cancer eighty nine eighty nine years old joe jackson goes on in and i know the guys will wanna talk about that a lot i'm telling you when when when bubbas started doing joe jackson and dance and all this that's on a lot of twas the night before christmas ratings back in the day.

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"terminal cancer" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"terminal cancer" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"With terminal cancer tmz says eighty nine year old joe jackson it has been battling the disease for a while as now his final stages his wife catherine and some of his children and grandchildren have been at his bedside recently santa ana police have arrested at church security guard handyman is accused of molesting a four year old girl investigators say the man who's homeless lives in abandoned away says christian church he was hired to take care of maintenance issues and watch over church facilities corporal anthony tanya says during father's day service at the church children were kept in an area away from parents texas believe that's when he had the opportunity to coerce the four year old into going with him and that's when he sexually molested her he says the girl told her mother what happened right away mother immediately contacted us and detectives were brought in and took over the case he says the da has already filed charges but detectives are concerned there may be other victims because the man had access to children at the church for about a year cooper rummell knx ten seventy newsradio you may soon get a say on whether the state will stick with daylight savings time year round legislators voted to put a major to do just that on the november ballot right now hinges on the governor's signature arizona hawaii already have done away with a twice a year clock resetting a court order barda texas van from owning a gun now he's in trouble after officials say he made himself with use of a three d printer krld reporter kristen weasel has more protective order in eric mcguiness's name means he can't have firearms or amunition still he tried to buy a key part for a rifle he was putting together a federal background check put a stop to that after the dealer found the protective order refuse to sell in the needed part mcginnis said no matter he used a three d printer to make the part and finish assembling the rifle he got caught last year when someone reported gunfire in some nearby woods police found mcginnis rifle in hand along with nearly ninety rounds of ammo kristen wisel for cbs news dallas californians who rely on federal assistance.

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"terminal cancer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"terminal cancer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And that could not be healthy either but this is a good program i don't want to take away from it but just don't mix other drugs with what you're getting of course that's wise advice nevada drug program does not cover your over the counter it does not it's only the fda cleared medications south anyone also ask does it cover marijuana no it doesn't it has to be an fda approved drug at a pharmacy none of the dispensaries would qualify to discount with our at this point at this point right once again though i look marijuana since nevada is legal now for recreational marijuana i don't look at it as a drug here even though it is a illicit drug and other states and far the veterans out there since the v as a federal agency it is neil legal drug for us and you run the possibility of losing your benefits by using it even though it's legal in the state and nevada and some other states across the country now the va has backed off on that a little bit i don't think they've come up with an official policy on it but they've kind of loosened up a little bit on it because it helps and it helps in different ways the the marijuana is one part that contains thc which is the bad part that they screen as far when they do urine test and that but the other part of that it is the cbd's or the cannabinoid that's the good part of it and that's what really turns people's lives around and we've had people on the air with us that we had basically terminal cancer and come in and cancer is gone and that's because of the cd's so what can i say out all there are there are other dalla these to treat illnesses with and we kind of encourage yet because there is an opioid problem across the united states there's a drug problem across the united states and like i said you go in you pick up your restriction and you got ernie knows you go get some contact or stand or something like that or benadryl whatever and and you're taking a risk and if we had more natural stuff out there and you can find stuff out there that doesn't react with prescription drugs it just each you have to look around and you.

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"terminal cancer" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"terminal cancer" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Tools that doctors have to treat it aren't working very well the antidepressants do do only slightly better than placebo there affects fade over time they're very hard to get off and people really hate the side effects so and there really hasn't been any innovation in mental health treatment since the nineties the early nineties so there is more openness than i expected to find among kind of establishment psychiatrist to look at maybe these things could help they did in the fifties and they're resuming that research now and they're some of the findings have been striking there was a two studies that were recently published that found they gave suicide into people who had terminal cancer diagnoses and they were dealing with anxiety and depression and fear and in eighty percent of the cases of people had clinically a statistically significant reductions in standard measures of depression and anxiety we we we have a bit of sound from one of the folks who participated in one of those studies eddie merits participated in nyu silla sivan cancer anxiety study in two thousand and thirteen he was in remission from small cell carcinoma and in this video produced by the new yorker he describes what he experienced and what the benefits were i'm better equipped to be with whatever life throws at me or presents but that doesn't mean that i'm without it doesn't mean that i won't despair but i think that i'm better equipped to face it and i think also bitter quipped to appreciate the good things honestly that's another thing the medicine is telling me is i'm grateful for my life so anxiety depression people being kind of beaten down by horrible circumstances.

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"terminal cancer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"terminal cancer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Stage in terminal cancer patients how'd you how'd this happen yours very hopeless and help us i knew nothing about cancer i just assumed the chemotherapy radiation therapy surgery where the only way to go when it comes to fighting cancer march twenty ninth six weeks later he was gone and it was a tough time because my dad was just an incredibly wonderful person that was episode one when i started thinking that maybe there was a better way than just as strict standard of care started reading a lot of books started doing some independent research and then a two thousand and one i had a scare myself i went to increase my life insurance and just came back and they said we'll give you more life insurance but your liver enzymes are high and i went to my doctor and i said what does this mean he said come back in a month let's see if the numbers go up or down i went back in a month we did an ultrasound he said you have some evidence of a fatty liver and i don't drink i don't i'm not a heavy guy and he said come back in another month we'll do a c t scan if your numbers go up it is c t scan and they said you look just fine except you have evidence of fatty liver then he got nervous 'cause my numbers were skyrocketing kept going up i guess they kept going right through the roof and at this point i was feeling some discomfort right around my liver about twelve times per day and something was going on there i went to a gastroenterologist and he took about eight vials of blood out of me and tested me for everything under the sun and then the numbers kept skyrocketing the physical manifestation of discomfort remain excuse me and then he said words it scare the heck out of me he said i wanna do a biopsy on your liver we don't want to hear that do we know this was not some mini biopsy on a little piece of skin that was isolated that you could excise.

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"terminal cancer" Discussed on Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown

Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"terminal cancer" Discussed on Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown

"Yeah suffering is is the one thing that makes us all aware of how human we really are because nobody's immune to it it's crazy chris you know i didn't plan to bring this up in our at our talk today because it hadn't happened when we set this this up but i literally just walked in my office from a last minute impromptu meeting got an email this morning from a couple in much i'm one of the pastors at newsprint church and there's an older couple they're in their seventies they've been married for fifty four years and got an email that the husband his name is ronnie is dying with terminal cancer stage for lung cancer and i drove they live way up in the mountains i drove an hour to their house and pick in south carolina and i literally just spent the morning sitting there talking to them and realized again suffering is a part of living in a broken and fallen world and so i think when we talk about suffering it's just helpful to remember it doesn't fix the problem you know but it's helpful to remember when you're going through a hard time like a really hard time whether it's cancer you've lost a spouse you've lost a child a divorce you know whatever it is you're going through it's always helpful to remember that you're not the only one you're not the first one that's been there and you're not the last one but when i was going through my my suffering i went to a dark dark season of depression and you know you are friends you know me i'm i'm not a i'm not a down sad blue kind of guy i'm pretty happy pretty optimistic never really had a bad day and then my family members started dying one after another after another and i remember praying asking god to please you know help me stop all of this suffering can you please give me a break and i kept asking jesus to give me an exemption in here's something that god revealed to me we don't get an exemption from suffering in this world but we get.

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"terminal cancer" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"terminal cancer" Discussed on WINS 1010

"And breaking traffic alerts when they have been uncovered velgo on ten ten wins news time the rain sleet and snow we were getting earlier has pretty much and but it's the aftermath we need to worry about in the form of slick roads in sidewalks let's check in now with accu weather meteorologist dave bowers for the latest day oh sorry that's the that's the situation that we're looking at here the precipitation is need over but it was in the form of us and light freezing rain and sleet so are just a trace of that on and untreated surface is going to mean icy spot so watch for that here the rest of the night till it's taken care of but it it is going to be dry the rest of the night and with some sunshine we're looking at a little milder weather here for the next couple of days all right dave meantime all eyes on riverside drive near the westside highway as we go on the air denied that fire which broke out earlier today what was a two o'clock at started it's now up to seven a lars mainly for relief unit two o'clock still go wanted two hundred firefighters are up they're trying to get it all knocked down the cause of the fdny says it looks like it all started with a lady making toast insider apartment this resident marks as doggone it i just moved up there i'm freaked out i don't know i have my in there is who he'll likely nieto sza i was gone said the morningside i've seen the smoke from like borrow officials say at least fourteen people suffered minor injuries after sixstory apartment the injured including four police officers and a firefighter in hoboken police holding a man who allegedly ripped off a cop car then drove it into a waiting room at the end j t terminal algae owns with more tonight popularly nj transit suv parked on the cobblestone drive year inside the terminal and police say he hit the gas ramming the double doors that lead into the waiting area and causing substantial damage george was in the terminal at the time he says the first thing he thought about terrorism i think it's delivery because we did everything else going on out in the.

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"terminal cancer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"terminal cancer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The twentyfirst century's could a place more of a focus on helping to prevent crime before it occurs in the first place as well as being more innovative in terms of addressing crime as as well uh the other thing that i think that the police chief of the twentyfirst century needs to do is be much more adapt in all in act improving community police relations that has been a major you know foreign in the side of uh of the police department and people in this community right now the police chief those you know that he's just beholden to the mayor and everybody else takes us a back seat and that is not good uh front from a crimefighting perspective as well alderman the mayor of the current mayor says that she's professional he's innovators and he cares for those accurate statements you believe i i totally disagree with those statements and the the clear majority of the common council disagrees with those statements as well because when we passed a resolution asking the state to give us a thority to remove the uh the police chief with twothirds majority both that got approved by the council the mayor of veto that and when the mayor vetoed that we overrode his his seat off i found it interesting that the chiefs said when i accepted the third term i never committed to the full term just the way he said that i guess maybe he never did on the record but i assumed when he got a third term he would attempt to serve it out yeah um i think you know he apparently didn't uh you know anticipate uh the problems that were you know what we're we're coming off and uh he uh to to adjust and the you know this is merely their their staff and like i said the the good thing that will come out of this is i believe that we're going to get a police chief that's better equipped uh to deal with the changing times because we we've been stock you know in a bike orrin error with with the policies uh dan here have been in place milwaukee alderman sony's alinsky thank you so much for being with us on short notice alderman great thank you it is four fifty seven we've got some business news and a couple of huge stories that were all over and we've got you covered up next at the top of the.

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"terminal cancer" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"terminal cancer" Discussed on KOIL

"Over ninety years out of omollo radio this is news dog twelve hottie home all here's the latest from abc news i'm mark remillod an apology of sorts this weekend from former white house white house chief strategist steve bannon over comments he made in the explosive new book fire and fury abc's chief white house correspondent jonathan karl bannon's quasi apology took several days to come out he's very narrow and it is not going to go far here at the white house bannon is considered here simply a trader he is considered a villain he was once a powerful figure of course at the white house but right now he is absolutely persona non grata abc's chief white house correspondent jonathan karl el salvador's top diplomat says the end of special protections for about two hundred thousand salvadoran immigrants in the united states underscores the need for legislation that would let them stay the us department of homeland security announced today an end to those protections meaning protected salvadorans would have until september 2019 the leave the country or change their immigration status foreign minister hugo martinez says he's confident congress will develop a permanent fix by that date in aid confirming former presidential hopeful mitt romney underwent treatment for prostate cancer last summer the forward two thousand twelve gop presidential hopeful mitt romney had prostate cancer and aid confirms abc news romney who is seventy was treated last year after being diagnosed with a slow growing prostate cancer they'd says the cancer was removed surgically and found not to have spread beyond the prostate they added that his prognosis is good romney is currently weighing a potential senate run for the seat left open after utah senator orrin hatch announced he would not seek reelection shortly after the former massachusetts governors twitter location was updated to utah three marshall abc news washington houston police confirm a journalist who was reported missing over the weekend has been found safe twenty nine year old courtney rowland a sports reporter for rivals dot com founded chickfila this morning following a tip from a passerby officials say she's confused because of a reaction of medication she was.

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"terminal cancer" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"terminal cancer" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"The up as that so that's a that's a tough conversations also another headline tonight and i don't know what you could cause is also in politics because you have john mccain who encamped assured a story of one of her friends as a same cancel the john mccain has in the he's nine live long is this is not and you saw the sixty minutes interview a couple of weeks ago uh and at the same time am that john mccain got his noses kim's for and got his diagnosis he passed away over the weekend so this cancer moves fast the same cancer to the kennedy had or friend abroad perkins that were toured the radio station out it moves were quickly so he might be around for another couple of weeks i don't know phobia run through the holidays and yet he has taken the gloves off on it comes two of the president and nationalism i think he's being very respectful though in the things that you said and the president today worn john mccain to be careful because at some point i'm gonna fight back what what are you what are you do here 'cause you're supposed to kind of sparring politics in john mccain is wanting to sport seems like uh with the press an is the present not allowed to spar back because john mccain basically has terminal cancer i think i'm going to answer that for you yes you just you yes the president he's just his hair president luis this is not now he's digging around to find out if general kelly's son died in two thousand ten from a landmark goes the present get a lot of heat this this week for nought volleyed focuses on the wrong thing we're not calling the families of soldiers after twelve days and the daijiro the two of them were a green berets now he's floating the idea of a well thought to general kelly said president obama call him after his son died in afghanistan least of the landless focuses on cecillon things could anyway john mckay of the you all of the sport low say was going to say six thirteen check of the cars now agree strategy report brought to you by our good runs a budget batteries tracy what are you soon yes the police activity that's happening northbound i 5 at near the.

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