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What's going on with the AstraZeneca vaccine?

Coronacast

06:34 min | 1 d ago

What's going on with the AstraZeneca vaccine?

"Everyone is continuing to scrutinize the oxford astrazeneca vaccine which just me awakes ago. Felt like how best chance at a vaccine for card and it's it's come up with results as we talked about last week. That looks really promising. And then on closer inspection. They looked a bit. We'd there was a thing where a small group of people in the vaccine trial received a half toys and they had better results. But then now there's questions about whether they would give him a half dose by accident. How do we make sense of what's happening with this vaccine trial. It's actually really hard. So we we signalled all this. I think last tuesday on corona cash. So it was quite clear then. The they done something unacceptable which was tried to average two very different trials and one going to sixty two percent result effectiveness result of preventing covid nineteen disease. Which if it'd been the first vaccine to report cited pretty good because the registration level is fifty percent effectiveness but came after a visor moderna with well over ninety percent effectiveness. And then how. They got their average of seventy percent. Sh- really sounds like confection. Which is that the got in another smaller trial. A result in people who have does food or following had got ninety percent effectiveness. And all this goes back to pharmaceutical companies making scientific announcements by press release. We could talk about this til kingdom come. There are rumors circulating this confirmation but apparently they're rushing to publish this and that there's a report of the financial times they will publish this in the lancet thursday so thursday of this week british time. We should know a bit more about this trial and remember. This is a vaccine. The promise not to make profit side of that is cheap. And they've committed to giving very large doses. i think something enormous like a third of the world's doses of vaccines are relying on astra any so. This is a lot riding on this vaccine. So six effectiveness is better than nothing but hard to justify spending money on if you other vaccines around that are ninety percent but if there's nothing else around than what do you do so they may have to repeat the trial With a half does fall by food if you remember. There is rationale for that. Which is that. The chimpanzee virus that takes genetic material into the cell in theory generate an immune response in other words you immunize to the chimpanzee virus so the second vaccine does that you get the bodies kind of immune to actually the carrier for the vaccine so it doesn't prove to be effective the russians get round this by giving you two different carrier vaccines first. One is a different carrier. Virus from the second vaccine doors has a different carrier virus. Antibodies to the first one won't affect the second one but the the reason they chose. The chimpanzee virus was in the theory. That the human being wouldn't generate an immune response to a chimpanzee vars. It would be kind of invisible which is maybe wishful thinking about. They have studied this chimpanzee adenoviruses before so really we can talk about it. A lot on corona cast but will know hopefully the end of the week an awful lot more than we know now. But i suspect they're going to have to go back to the drawing boards and try a half those trial just to see whether or not they can get a ninety percent efficacy so we have some questions from the audience about this. But i've got some questions for you. I do these sorts of things. The maybe the deicing mix apple the on shore uncertain results so these happening or clinical trials. But the difference. This time is that the public is watching it. Play out in real time or is there a chance that these frantic competitive pace of trying to get a vaccine out is may be causing companies to have to make errors and so then what does this mean for our ability to trust a vaccine once. It comes on the market all good questions. Teagan the reason you've got this problem is almost certainly rushing and missing out of what's called a phase two trial so normally you've got three phases of trials phase. One which is looking at safety tends to be small and a few hundred people then you would normally go to face to face to trial is a dose. Finding study which is the most effective does of vaccine or drug. That's going to get you your effect. That's in a larger number of people and you. You test the dozing now. What you've missed out here in all. These trials is a proper phase to study so they've rushed headlong into a phase three study with a guesstimate as to what the doors is. Now i think from memory. There was an element of doors finding in the face. Three study in the may. Well it'd in them does finding all the vaccine trials testing the site. Which is why you've got the half does or could be a mistake. We'll find out but it could be that we got the doors wrong. And if you remember rightly right at the beginning of this whole process we said nine out of ten vaccines fail and we haven't had nine ten vaccines fail so far we've had them all surviving this process. It's just that the astro vaccine was disappointing with a to those regiment. Michael's asking about the payoff. Side of things star. He's pointed out that pfizer medina have both sort of said that they vaccines are about ninety five ninety nine hundred percent effective but they've been very selective about releasing details of their methodology and is querying why they haven't been subject to similar criticism as oxford astrazeneca. I hope decisions are not being based on who has the best. Pr so the answer to that is we. Don't know until they publish the results. But certainly pfizer. Moderna were fairly straightforward. And what they said it wasn't transparent at all they just don't trust that to one thousand nine hundred. Ninety five percent effectiveness astro if you like was a bit more transparent although there were a bit silly and averaging the two trials so you could see. There was part of the study which showed sixty two percent. Genetic study showed ninety percent now if that happened with pfizer madera. Different does is. We don't know that all we know is that the does they've published. They got really good results but the regulators will see those findings. It's there's no. There's no benefit to pharmaceutical companies of lying to regulators like the food and drug administration. Because the will be called out. The penalty is a huge in terms of reputational damage and in the financial damage. So go to get this sorted out. And they've got to be honest with the public but this is the problem with a press. Release you just. Don't get a chance to scrutinize the data.

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Stocks fall as virus worries force big rally to take a pause

Larry Elder

00:29 sec | Last week

Stocks fall as virus worries force big rally to take a pause

"Great stocks took a pause from their big rally this month that is vaulted them back to record heights. The SMP 500 listo 5/10 percent After falling behind 1.1% earlier. Treasury yields also dipped after a report showed US shoppers spent Lancet retailers last month and economists had expected Numbers underscore how the corona virus pandemic is worsening and threatening to drag the economy down lower, at least in the near term.

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Severe COVID-19 infection rare in newborns, study finds

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Severe COVID-19 infection rare in newborns, study finds

"This should provide some relief for expectant parents, a new study finds. It's extremely rare for newborns to get a severe case of covered in the hospital. Researchers study newborns who tested positive within a month of being born 66 newborns out of 10,000 births contracted the corona virus of those who did 28 had severe infections. 88% of babies were out of the hospital by the end of the study. Researchers say this evidence supports allowing mothers with covert 19 to spend time with their newborns Study was published in the Lancet, child and adolescent health.

Costly noncommunicable diseases on rise in developing world

The Splendid Table

00:40 sec | Last month

Costly noncommunicable diseases on rise in developing world

"The journal Lancet says poor countries face a rising threat from non communicable disease illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease. NPR's Noreen Eisenman reports the University of Washington project dubbed global Burden of Disease. Tracks the causes of death and disability in every country in the world. The good news over the last 20 years, the poorest countries have made enormous progress combating infectious diseases. Unfortunately, that hasn't been matched by progress against non communicable elements like stroke in lung cancer. The result, these potential killers now account for about 66% of the health burden in low to middle income countries. Tariq Eisenman. NPR news voters in

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25-year-old man first in U.S. to catch COVID twice, study says

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | Last month

25-year-old man first in U.S. to catch COVID twice, study says

"11, and we have the first documented evidence of a covert 19 re infection in the US. The study published in The Lancet shows, a 25 year old Nevada man was infected with distinct variants of the Corona virus on separate occasions, 48 days apart. CBS News Medical contributor. Dr David Agus. This is very important because it means if you had the virus, you are not immune going forward for any determined period of time, and everyone needs to use caution. The man tested negative between the infections in April and June. Wendy Gillette

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Under 10 Percent of Americans Have Covid-19 Antibodies, Study Finds

CBS News Weekend Roundup

00:24 sec | 2 months ago

Under 10 Percent of Americans Have Covid-19 Antibodies, Study Finds

"A new study suggests many Americans have yet to be exposed to the Corona virus. The report published online in the medical journal, The Lancet, says less than 10% of US adults and had any bodies for the virus. Through the end of July, It was based on a study of more than 28,000 dialysis patients. It also found black and Hispanic patients and those living in lower income neighborhoods were more likely to have the antibodies.

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Less than 10% of Americans had virus antibodies as of July, study finds

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Less than 10% of Americans had virus antibodies as of July, study finds

"Be vulnerable to Corona virus infection that comes from a new study in the Journal Lancet. It found that as of late July, fewer than one in 10 Americans showed signs of past Corona virus infection. Researchers base the rest of it on a percentage of dialysis patients whose immune systems produced The virus antibodies 6

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Viral load is a puzzle in COVID-19

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

01:34 min | 2 months ago

Viral load is a puzzle in COVID-19

"Published in the Journal. Lancet, and the New England Journal of Medicine. Is suggesting that by wearing masks I mean this blowing my mind a I don't need face cream. Round, the mouth wrinkles and I need the eye wrinkles to show that I'm smiling under my mask. But apparently, by wearing masks, we could actually be improving our collective immunity two covid nineteen, and here's why I know. It's not just because we don't give it to each other but we could be making ourselves immune because when you're wear a mask if you are infected with the novel, Corona Virus It's at a lower dose and they're determining scientists increasingly that viral load is the key to this sucker. If you have a low viral load, you're either aced him dramatic or you don't get that. Sake. Loads are what seemed to correlate directly to severe illness and death. So wearing a mask reduces your viral load, but could still infect you. In. A way that would then lead you to would boost your immunity to the disease. Oh. So if someone breathes on you with cove in nineteen, but it comes at you through the mask, you'd get like the almost like an inoculation dose. Almost like an inoculation dose. So mattress mask wearing masks mask-wearing yeah. Could actually accomplish version of her immunity that doesn't kill a whole bunch of people. Yeah. So where a mask people. Boom. Yes. More more people.

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AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine trial paused after 'potentially unexplained' adverse reaction in participant

Here & Now

05:17 min | 2 months ago

AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine trial paused after 'potentially unexplained' adverse reaction in participant

"Hobson. I'm rather young. It's here and now and let's start the hour with the news that the drugmaker AstraZeneca, which is in partnership with the University of Oxford in England. Has put its cove in 19 vaccine, one of nine potential vaccines in a face retrial on pause after discovering that a trial participants in the UK had a serious adverse reaction. Adam Feuerstein is covering this for partners that stat. The health and medicine publication and Adam Hearing that a Koven 19 vaccine study has been put on hold is concerning, but you say This also means the system is working. Yeah, Obviously, these vaccines that are being developed recovered 19 are being very closely followed. This is probably not the news that people wanted to hear. But I think you're right. Robin in that, you know, clinical trials are set up to not only determined the efficacy of the vaccine but also did determine its safety. And in this case, you know you want a clinical trial to be able to Pick up an adverse event, a safety issue if one exists, and and all of the company's behind these potential vaccines, has signed a statement saying that they will not release anything under any pressure before they think it's completely safe. So this is in fact kind of underscoring that perhaps But in a statement, NPR, the company said the next step will be to determine if the illness is related to the vaccine or just a chance event. How did they do that? What do we know? So far? All right, As you can imagine, the participants in these clinical trials are closely monitored. You know, the ultimate goal of acting clinical trial is to determine whether the vaccine can protect people from infection. From Cove in 19. So you monitor these patients, and so when an adverse event comes up, you know some sort of side effect that is unexplained. That will be communicated to the people who are monitoring the safety of the clinical trial. And then depending on the severity of the seriousness of that of that side effect, you know, certain steps will be taken now in this case. AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford have paused their clinical trials. So what that tells you is that this was a serious adverse event. I mean, if a patient just like, for instance, if a patient has reported a mild headache, That wouldn't stop a clinical trial. Well, even if it's more than that we mentioned before we have a colleague whose husband is in the fight, sir. Trial he got very, very alien vertical couldn't sit up. He was nauseous, Terrible headache. And it didn't have a fever, and it was not of concern. In other words, it was one of the reactions that was expected to a vaccination. So this must have been A serious reaction. But when you say pause the trial we know that thousands have already had their two doses of the vaccine. When you say pause. What does that mean? Stopping new enrollments? What does that mean? Well, what what That means, And it's not entirely clear. But based on our reporting what it means is that particularly the US based clinical trial, and that's a trial that AstraZeneca Just recently started at the end of August that patients who have been who've been enrolled in that study or scheduled to receive their first vaccinations have been told had basically been put on hold. They've been told to, you know, call later, we will reschedule your appointment. So at this point, no one is getting vaccinations until They determine, you know the cause that the patient who who experiences adverse event was in the UK, so presumably was in the UK based study, and that's a study that's further along then the one that was in the U. S, which recent would just only just started well, and we know it was going well in the UK because the Lancet reported in July that there'd been no adverse Effects there. But now that there is this pause, what does it mean for other companies? Trials? We know AstraZeneca ultimately hopes to do the same thing. The other drugmakers hope to do, which is encouraged the body to produce antibodies to fight off Cove in 19. But they have different delivery systems you know, into the body the way they're, you know, asking, sells Teo to do that. So what is the fact that AstraZeneca has paused mean for the other companies? Trials? Just remember that they're different vaccines using different technologies, right, So not all the vaccines are going to have sort of the same side effect profile, And that's one of the reasons why these clinical trials are important. Because we will sort of get a sense of what the side effects are for each individual vaccine. So what this means for the other drugmakers? I think it's just a reminder that you know, safety is just as important as the efficacy of these vaccines, particularly when you consider that potentially they're going to be given to millions and millions of people. And it's the reason why The drug makers are running these really large clinical trials, right? We're talking about tens of thousands of participants because when you do clinical trials of that size, that's when you are a better able to suss out the safety of these vaccines. If there is some very rare side effect that occurs, you know, it's very difficult to find that potentially if you on ly have let's say a dozen or maybe even 100. Participants. But when you have tens of thousands of people, that's where you are better able to identify a potential risks. And Feuerstein, senior writer it stat. The health and medicine publication Adam, Thanks so much. They should have me, Robin. The photos out of the San

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First results from Russian COVID-19 vaccine show antibody response

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:26 sec | 3 months ago

First results from Russian COVID-19 vaccine show antibody response

"A scientific journal says Russia's potential Corona virus vaccine has no serious negative side effects. The Lancet revealed today that preliminary results from Russian trials found that the covert 19 candidates led to no serious adverse events and produced an antibody response. The report said. Russia's Sputnik v Vaccine produced an antibody response and all participants in early stage trials held in

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"the lancet" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

06:29 min | 4 months ago

"the lancet" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"While there's a delay, but once again The house is going to be voted in. And you know, we don't need a house. We don't need Nancy Pelosi. We don't need any of this stuff. I think Trump's Trump card for all of this. I think he's going to use H. Q. He mentioned this back in March. He did it for a reason. Even though the press came out and said, You know it will kill you. You can't use it hurts your heart. They you know they held up The Lancet report. They had a observational study. Those turned out to be fake. Now we have a lot of clinical trials during the whole entire time has been clinical trials. There has been tests on it. I think what he's going to do is since we had this entire time period. I think the FDA eventually is going to approve it, and he's going to use this. As one of his trump cards as we approach the elections. I think he's going to use it to say that people can go and they can vote in person. You don't have anything to be afraid of. There's no reason to be afraid because we have some type of medication that will cure you. And I think he's waiting for the right moment to use it, and it's going to blow their entire plan out of the water. And this is why I I think they're planning on something else to happen. Maybe during the election or a day after the election, where they might try some type of Cyber attack or black out or something like that. They shut it down to delay the election even further. But once again The Power grid. Is not as weak as everyone thinks. I do believe they have protection in place. They're prepared for this. And I don't think this is going to succeed. Just like everything else is not going to succeed everything. The deep state Has been trying to do. If you really look at it, it's been failing. They thought, Oh, if we have the pandemic, the economy will fall apart. The market would fall down to 5000 points, and we could blame everything on Trump. Look, Unemployment went up to 2025%. We're in a recession, but It worked in the opposite way, because, remember, those numbers are in the past. All he had to do was open up the economy. Automatically the numbers we're going to improve, so we went from 2025% unemployment all the way down to 10% unemployment That looks incredible for him. Because now it shows everyone that he can take a complete disaster and improve it. Plus What else is very interesting about the economy Part is that Obama used to say Well, this is my economy. I handed it off to trump. Well, he just severed that with the pandemic. Because now the economy is all hiss. Because we went into a recession as the mainstream media likes to say, and now he's brought it back. Retail is up. We see home sales are up. I mean, if you look at different sectors, they are starting to form a V just like he said. And I think as everything opens and opens up and everything fills the capacity we're going to see more and more of this. I mean his other Age of the plan is opening up schools, which will allow parents to go backto work and I do believe this was all planned out by Hiss team and they're just moving forward with it and the economy is going to improve. As we get closer to the election, especially with the payroll tax with the deregulation. It's going to look incredible. Everything they tried to do is failing. A concern was when he was recently in Ohio. He made the statement. Quote. You're not going to see me for a while. Spoke about his enemy said. We're not going to see me for a while and quote ended up flying back to and to his one of his club owner. Ships in bed Missed Bedminster, New Jersey your take on that. Well, I I think that there's a reason why he said that where, he said. There's a lot of enemies out there that want to get me especially the pharmaceutical companies, especially the deep state players. Because he's doing things that they do not want him to do, and I think everyone needs to understand that. The swamp. It's deep and wide. And this goes into not just government, not just Hillary Clinton, not just Obama, but every aspect of government. And businesses and sports and Hollywood. So he's making a lot of enemies. He understands this but to put America on the right track. He needs to do this, and I think the reason why, he said. This is that Because he's going Where the jugular And I think he's going to be in a separate location. The location that we're not going to know I even though he went to Bedminster, I think he's going to be insulated. I think he's going to be protected. I think what we're seeing right now is Ukraine angle. We had those raids in Miami and other places where they collected documents. We see Julian Osanai. He's going to testify about what happened with Seth Rich. We blame Maxwell, where A deposition was declassified so people could read it and see what was really going on. And we're having the drips of declassified the classified information about what happened with spy Gate Obama Gate Whatever you want to call it, and each time information comes out, it gets worse and worse, And I believe that That one question with Bill Bar when he was in front of the house when they asked him, you know, are you going to release the derm investigation before the election after election? And he said he has no problem releasing it before the election and the House representative of Florida so well, I have a Department of justice policies and you know what they say right? Well They don't say anything about going after people that aren't running. For some type of spot in government..

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AstraZeneca Rivals Moderna in Race to Successful SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine with ChAdOx1 nCov-19!

Breaking Biotech

04:28 min | 4 months ago

AstraZeneca Rivals Moderna in Race to Successful SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine with ChAdOx1 nCov-19!

"So I'm glad to be back and I have a pretty exciting show for everyone today the main. Main Serb we're going to talk about is the latest publication by AstraZeneca in the Journal. The. Lancet of their source to vaccine, and we're going to take a look at the data, look safety and contrast that to what I talked about with regards to earn his maxine last week. So definitely check out that show first and then watch this if you're interested by. That's going to be the main story, and then we're also gonNA touch on a few other biotech companies that invested in that updated their earnings, the last little wild for Q. Two. So that's going to do for the show. And really that's not much going on in the biotech space unfortunately lately, we seem quite a sell off in the X., p. I and I think that's largely due to the executive orders announced by the trump administration when I looked at them though it didn't seem to affect the company's I'm invested in which are mostly small and mid cap. Biotech. These executive orders had more of an impact on drugs that actually price right now in the market and the one in particular, that's concerning for large-cap Pharma is the one that forces companies to maintain pricing through the US and ex us. A lot of companies are able to charge a premium in the US compared to ex us, and now there's going to have to be normalized in what that means is that often these left lower their price for Americans which they didn't need to do before this so. That's kind of what's going on in biotech space excitement in the market otherwise has to do more with the tech companies that just destroyed their earnings on Friday. So we saw a huge increases in facebook, apple Amazon Google. So the sciences to be flowing more towards those companies than the XP. Even though the FBI did recently hit all-time highs. Personally I managed to get on a road trip in the last week or so and I checked out SEDONA Arizona for those who've not been there. It's definitely worth checking out if you live in the US, it's it's pretty gorgeous place except for the heat, the heat is pretty insane and somebody lives in San Diego, it's shocking to see the numbers go up to one hundred and fourteen degrees, Fahrenheit, but it was nice to get away for a bit and one other piece of business I. GotTa Get through is to give a shoutout to a friend of mine named Dave Coggin. And the reason for this that we had a friendly bet over a ping pong tournament yesterday that I would give him a shout-out if I lost all the games against him and he ended up beating me in every one of them. So with that, let's actually get into the meat of the show. And again, thanks everybody. All support all the emails in tweets in the comments on my channel are very, very much appreciated. It does go far with in terms of spreading the word and getting the podcast out there. So thank you for that. Now, the first company I WANNA talk about is trillium therapeutics, and they're sitting around fifty, five, hundred and fifty, million dollar market CAP, and we're talking about them today because they had a press release announcing a delay in data and people were expecting a clinical update on their six to one and sixty two product in the middle of twenty twenty, and that's around this time now, and instead what we're hearing is that they're going to. To this update at the American Society for Hematology Meeting in December of twenty twenty. So it's about a six month delay, not the end of the world, but there was really no relevant update provided in this press release. They mentioned that can relax refractory C. T. cell patients have been enrolled in the first four cohorts, and they were treated with the sixty. One monotherapy at does doses up to one point, four milligrams per kilogram. They also mentioned that they completed dose limiting top evaluation of cohort four, which is that one point, four milligrams per kilogram does and they're now moving onto the two point zero milligram per kilogram dose. So not really much to report the stock sold off from the sevens to around the fives and then was bought back into the sixes. So I think my average position is around the fives end. I decided not take an additional position into it because I am pretty heavy in the stock. And yet, it's unfortunate delay, but I don't think the fundamentals of the company at all are in jeopardy and some other things to know if you WANNA take a position in sort of CD, forty, seven molecule, which is what Chile him is commercializing They did announce a solid tumor study, which is going to be starting pretty soon, and we're GONNA see data in that in twenty twenty one. So if they see good data in solid tumors I think the stock could Garner maybe a five x valuation from where it is. Now, let's kind where I see trillium eventually, and I plan on holding well into twenty. Twenty one.

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UK's Johnson dismisses anti-vaxxers as 'nuts'

America's Morning News

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

UK's Johnson dismisses anti-vaxxers as 'nuts'

"Johnson, Johnson, dismissing dismissing campaigners campaigners seeking seeking to to oppose oppose vaccinations vaccinations Thie Thie anti anti vaxxers, describing them as nuts. Johnson asked a staff at a London medical center today what they thought of anti vaccine while adding quote. Is all these anti Baxter's. Now they're nuts. They're all nuts. Johnson was touring the East London Centre to promote a campaign for flu vaccinations. I had a winter, the anti Vax movement, fueled by a now discredited article in The medical journal Lancet by Andrew Wakefield, which alleged the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine were linked autism. That article later retracted Wakefield. I ended up losing his medical license. Take us with you.

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Oxford vaccine prompts protective immune response in human trials

John Williams

02:23 min | 4 months ago

Oxford vaccine prompts protective immune response in human trials

"Vaccines studies. And I get a lot of hope in my heart, and I just don't want you to crush him and just be kind if you need to. But there were rearing the results from trials involving three different Corona virus. Vaccines are there they're showing evidence now that the vaccines can produce the immuno response is in people. Human beings, not Lab rats or monkeys or anything like this, but in human beings, three that they know of here and you know, the CDC and the U. S. Medical officials are looking at that say Look, these air very promising and Could they possibly be out in a matter of months? So I kinda update us here on the whole vaccine Push. You know Oxford, they just published in Lancet. That's like getting all this press. You know, You know that time in pulp fiction in the movie when the Wolf is talking to our Jules and Vince and letting them know Let's not get too excited Boys and girls. Now that's that's sort of what this is, like, You know. I mean, more than 91% of volunteers that they injected produced an immune response against the throne of virus that lasted a month of more and more importantly, there were no bad side effects suffered and in addition to stimulate the immune system, these are all very positive things, obviously, but we still have a long way to go. And we talked about it gnaws even you know again. I still personally I have no experience knowledge, and I don't know anything. But I don't think they're anyone but you know what one of us in the audience gets vaccinated from a. You know, a corona virus vaccine this year on DH, then you know they have to talk about once they do get to market. The equitable distribution and who gets it first, and, you know, there's just so many things and red case that we still have to go through. You know the data that this Oxford study showed it showed that at the end by responses were greater, and people who had been given two doses of the vaccine, so I'm wondering, you know if it's setting the stage, perhaps that you have to get Ah, you know a vaccination and then sort of a boost a second dose of some point So I don't know. I don't know. I don't think we know the answer to anything yet, but certainly a It is good news. The 30,000 testing that we talked about eyes undergone now with Madonna. So you know, hopefully, several months we had we'd have Some results. And you know some good news. I

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Oxford vaccine prompts protective immune response in human trials

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Oxford vaccine prompts protective immune response in human trials

"Promising early results are being reported by the University of Oxford. And it's phase one to trial of its Corona virus. Vaccine candy results are published in the journal The Lancet and shows that the vaccine given to 1000 relatively healthy adults between the ages of 18 and 55. Reduce both neutralizing antibodies, which protect the immune system from infection, but also T cells that attack an infection in the immune system. The World Health Organization's Dr Mike Ryan called the early results. Good news on certainly did not appear to have any serious adverse events other than the expected in some cases, chills, Muslim aches, headaches, he says. The real test now is coming in the real world expanded sample size, researchers say. That may include human trials in the U. S in the coming

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Oxford COVID vaccine trial results called "extremely encouraging"

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:27 sec | 4 months ago

Oxford COVID vaccine trial results called "extremely encouraging"

"British scientists say early trials of vaccine Have succeeded. Writing in the Lancet, The scientists at Oxford University say their experimental vaccine prompted a protective immune response in hundreds of people who got the shop activating both antibodies and the white blood cells that can fight infection. Hugely promising, but still preliminary results based on only 500 volunteers who got the vaccine. Larger trials are already

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AstraZeneca vaccine trial data are promising

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

AstraZeneca vaccine trial data are promising

"Meantime, some good news. Today is the day a major medical journal says initial data on a human trial for a covert vaccine will be published. Jessica Rosenthal has Maur The Lancet Medical Journal says the first data from the covert vaccine that AstraZeneca and Oxford or testing will be published today. It's apparently made using a weakened version of the common Cold virus. Some medical experts are saying of all the vaccine trials going on. This 1 may be the most promising. Madonna is also working on a vaccine that many are hopeful about after an initial trial showed the vaccine produced an immune response in the first few dozen trial

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Researchers: In early testing, UK coronavirus vaccine prompts immune response

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Researchers: In early testing, UK coronavirus vaccine prompts immune response

"Stands and promising news out of Oxford University this morning. Yeah, this is a very closely watch vaccine trials is in the Oxford AstraZeneca trial and the report this morning is that this vaccine appears to be safe and trains the immune system. Which, of course, is exactly what you're looking for The vaccine. The trials involved a little over 1000 people of the injections led to them making antibodies as well as T cells, those air white blood cells that could help fight a corona virus infection. Hugely promising early results of the British medical journal, Lancet said. Authors say further clinical studies, including an older adults should be done with this vaccine. But They've already partnered Oxford and AstraZeneca to start cranking out 100 million doses of the vaccine. The British government has signed deals to secure 90 million doses from pharmaceutical companies. Thousands more people from the UK as well as Brazil, South Africa and the US where the infection rate is much higher will be involved in continuing next stage

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"the lancet" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

07:05 min | 5 months ago

"the lancet" Discussed on KOMO

"To an ABC News special, bringing America back. What you need to know Here is ABC news correspondent TJ Holmes. Joining me now is ABC News chief medical correspondent Dr Jin asked him We got at least 23 states where we're seeing a sharp increase. In cases, but we're still having debate and controversy over mass. Are we still talking about Mass? What we are T J and public health officials, infectious disease specialists really focusing on this? I think there's been a lot of myth, misconception and controversy. So let's slowly go through it again. First of all, what we know masks have always been recommended. For sick people. Remember, we put them in hospital settings on sick people to prevent them from infecting others surgical masks in and 95 95 respirators like that are part of the peop e short supply. Issue list for health care workers and first responders. General face coverings. This is new data TJ have been shown to lower and reduce the spread of SARS cov, too, to approximately 3% that's recently published in the Lancet that can make a big dent in this pandemic and again. Face coverings. Do not, I repeat, do not cause low oxygen levels or a buildup of carbon dioxide in the blood, like many are saying, if that were the case, every time I did surgery, I'd be passing out. And that's just not really okay, Doc. When we started this whole thing, you and I were on set in the time we were talking about public health officials adamant you do not have to do this. This is not something we recommend for the general public. Something changed. But also can you understand why people might look a little 100% understand that and we I have owned up to that the CDC has owned up to that. Why has it happened? Because we have learned more. So here is the evolution of that If you remember back when we said not recommended because again sick people, But since then we learned that up to 45% of people who are infected with covert 19 Can show no symptoms and therefore spread the virus and it is spreading rapidly in the U. S s O measures Need to be taken. Science continues to evolve on this issue, and therefore recommendations change accordingly. We have to have an open mind when it comes to science and medicine, or we would never learned we would never advance. Okay, So the argument has always been. You need to wear it to protect your fellow man or woman. But there's some new data. What's in it for me? There might be something in it for you. Exactly. And I want people again to hear this because in the setting that we are experiencing right now, this is yet another reason to mask up. So there is new data on the fact just published in The Lancet that suggests that wearing a mask or some kind of face covering reduces the chances of you becoming infected. And since they're not Air tight They are not going to stop all viral particles from escaping or from entering. But they are better than nothing and almost anyone can wear one. From a medical standpoint. Remember, though this does not replace R six feet, at least of social distancing and hand hygiene. It's all three doctor. Thank you so much. We'll see you plenty here for this hour, and we need to turn back now to the record setting Corona virus increases we're seeing throughout the country. New cases are once again surging in Washington state. That, of course, where the first confirmed Corona virus case in the U. S was back in January Well on Saturday, Pierce County Washington recorded its highest number of new cases since April. The county seat there in Pierce County, Tacoma, The mayor of Tacoma, Washington. Victoria Woodard's is here with me now, Madame Mayor. Thank you for being with us, Teo. What do you attribute this latest surge? I was talking to our health director yesterday and what? What We really are attributing this to just people are getting out. Lord, there is nothing that ties it to any age group to any particular you know, it's not our care facilities. So it really is. People are just getting out about the weather is nice, and I think we're not paying close attention to our social distancing that wearing our masks as much as we should and not washing our hands like there it is. That's one thing people getting out. It's another thing for them not to be following the guidelines when they're out. I know the governor there. Put the mask requirement statewide in place. Ah, few days ago, but our people adhering to that when you go on the street out about in your town, are you encouraged or discouraged by the level of mask wearing that you're saying I'm incredibly encouraged by the level of mask wearing. I think people are listening. I just I think we've got to continue. Tio remind people they've got toe wear their masks, and they gotta wash their hands will be passing a resolution from the City Council, actually reminding people really trying to get people make the more aware of how important it is to wear your mask to socially distance. And to wash your hands. But I will tell you this. I've got more emails about making people were Mass that I have about the fact now that people have to wear what and different communities all over the country are phasing are trying to reopen in phases. You all I think it's phase two, but it's different in different places. What do you have a level of concern or fear? Now, where the chances even That you might have to go backwards instead of forwards in terms of reopening because of the surgery thing. I think what's gonna happen is we're going probably stay at phase two. Just a little while longer. I think trying to get the face three is too big of a jump for us right now. I don't think that will go backwards. I think that we have a community that listens. You could see that by the fact that we were able Tio flatten the curve. You know, after a while, and so we listen, and so I think we just need to make people more aware, but I think we'll stay in face too. Just a little bit longer Before we get the face three something else. I want to ask you about the mayor's for guaranteed income. This idea of universal basic income. It's something that people start to hear more about because of Andrew Yang when he was running for president talked about sending people $1000. Ah, month, But you have essentially signed on. You have a little coalition of mayors around the country who are pushing this idea. How could this work? How would it be helpful now to be able to give people a guaranteed check if you will every single month? How would that help? Even through a pandemic right now, you know, in Pierce County, which is the county that that that I live in appears county. We work with our United way and we talk about Alice and Alice is Ask that limited income constraint and working, And that is a person who gets up and goes to work every day, but still doesn't make enough money to take care of their basic needs. Almost 25% of the people in Pierce County are Alice and so To be able to offer a universal basic income would really help those struggling families who, you know they make it from paycheck to paycheck. But if they have a flat tire or their brakes, go out or does the simple list of emergencies Then they're completely setback. And especially in this time of Corona virus, so I think it would make a really big difference 25%. Of our families are Alice. So that's that's a huge group of people that could really use a hand out. Madame Mayor. Thank you for being here. Look, we went through it here in New York, and we're watching other communities across the country still go through. Ah lot with Corona virus that we are rooting for you pulling for you. Thanks for taking the time with us today. All right, thanks for having me..

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Preventing Pandemics with Genomic Epidemiology

a16z

05:05 min | 5 months ago

Preventing Pandemics with Genomic Epidemiology

"Hello and welcome to the a sixteen. Z podcast I'm Lauren Richardson. covid nineteen pandemic has increased visibility of scientists and the scientific process to the broader public suddenly scientists working on garage and Infectious Disease Dynamics have seen their public profiles expand rapidly. One such ientist is our special guest in this episode. Trevor Bedford an associate professor at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. An expert in genomic epidemiology he and his collaborators built neck strain, which shares real time interactive data visualizations to track the spread viruses to populations. A16 Z. Biodiesel team partner Judy Savitskaya. An I chat with trevor about how genomic. -demia. Can inform public health decisions, viral mutation and spillover from animals into humans, and what can be done now to prevent the next big pandemic. But first we discussed the shifts and scientific communication to pre prince, an open science it topic we will dig deeper into on future episodes while these pre publication and pre peer review, research articles speed the scientific process by sharing results early they can also lead to misinterpretation and misinformation. Everyone loves the alliteration of the promise and the peril of P- reprints, and I think this is the perfect use case of that we've seen a lot of work here reviewed, but out in the world, and making a huge difference for the positive and really driving the science and the public health decisions, but on the flip side were also seeing a pre prince go visit that ended up, really had their claims tempered, and so I'd like to talk to you about kind of your personal experience with this, and how you think about that balance between promise and peril. Yeah? This obviously been very challenging as a working scientists. phenomenally helpful for my own ability to do science, we look at how quickly the things move in. This reprints space, my own understanding the pandemic of Stars Cova to is perhaps a month ahead of where it would be if I was just to look at the jury, the literature where the peril comes in, and how that interacts with public understanding and media, and so forth so part of the issue. I think that we do have things that they land is a preprinted. It's frustrating when that is attached to a press release compared to something or the preprinted, really aimed at the scientists and scientific discussion, and it gets around the scientific community without needing. Needing to have a press release, you also have this issue where you'll be other papers that appear that are in period. You journals, but are bad. Papers are wrong. Like just as silly example, snake flu paper, asserting that somehow it came from snakes that appeared in period you'd article and then by having that period stamp those get run with even farther by by media as like. This is true because it's. It's peer reviewed when Peer Review doesn't actually mean truth, it's sort of a false stash of honor, and so in some ways actually kind of like. Like the fact that the pre prints are tasked with big warnings that we don't know is during, and that makes media perhaps take it with a grain of salt. The way that all paper should be, but it is. It is still a very challenging action and I think like you could probably say that on average see period paper. It is more likely to be true than pre. By the various is big enough that you can't just rely on that badge to to make that decision. Yeah, there on that. I am a big fan of reprints, but I see the much more as a tool for the scientific community and not as much. Wider dissemination exactly. I mean I do that myself where I basically don't pay attention to P- reprints in say the medical countermeasures because I don't know what's going on there. I really pay more attention to what's published in GM in Lancet and so forth whereas into viral evolution worlds EPI modeling I pay attention to P- reprints and published articles, and I don't really pay attention even where their published I can just pay attention to the Dow, underlying science, and I don't need to to rely on the kind of external validation of things kind of your own peer reviewers. But. You need to have the training to kind of hone that the censor to some extent. In the field that you're an expert, and of course, that's going to be very finely tuned, so you're ready to go. I liked that framing a lot, and this then goes just as much for twitter as goes for for Bio Archive. If we go back to twitter and January, there was amazing period where there is full like really open scientific discussion at an as we went forward, the scientists got very. Very popular on twitter and everyone's listening into these conversations, and it has made people more careful, so they don't speculate quite as much and have that open science twitter conversation be a little more careful and more grounded.

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"the lancet" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:18 min | 6 months ago

"the lancet" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The medical journal lancet those with corona virus who received the anti malarial drug hydroxy chloride quit had a much higher risk of death compared with those who did not the study involved ninety six thousand hospitalized covert nineteen patients on six continents president Donald Trump has said he has been taking the medication calling it called a game changer in the fight against the virus as Florida re opens there are new problems being reported with faulty code nineteen tests in the state Florida governor Rhonda Sanders has bragged about the amount of testing done here some two hundred thousand this month alone but there been some major problems emergency managers say more than seventeen hundred people will have to be retested after their kids were damaged on the way to the lab last week and advanced healthcare announced that some thirty three thousand people would have to be retested because of third party lab was unable to handle the volume quickly enough Peter king CBS news Orlando local officials are asking people to continue social distancing this holiday weekend David Stevenson as the interim police chief in south Lake Tahoe California don't come we really want people to enjoy their Memorial Day weekend at their home where they live last weekend beaches were packed raising concerns about a second wave of coronavirus cases in Karachi Pakistan homes are in pieces debris is scattered in the streets after a P. I. a flight from Lahore crashed and in a residential neighborhood near the airport you're now conflicting reports on whether any of the one hundred seven people aboard survived no word yet on injuries or deaths on the ground New York police are reporting an alleged murder for pandemic times Suffolk County lieutenant Kevin virus as it happened during a zoom conference call one of the participants was noticed to have fallen out of the screen seventy two year old white power son has been charged in his death meet the Jurassic bug paleontologists in southeastern Utah have discovered the one hundred fifty one million year old fossil of a giant bug called Morris Annette but Jurassic they say most of the abdomen is there to elements of the four winning and possibly the head the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are helping British seniors pass the time the number is eight fifty.

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"the lancet" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:54 min | 6 months ago

"the lancet" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The lancet that well respected and notable British medical journal says it does not buy the claim by president trump that the World Health Organization consistently ignored reports about the virus spreading in China in early December including warnings allegedly posted in the lancet and a published letter trump blasted the director general of hosting the organization failed to independently investigate credible reports that conflicted directly with the Chinese government's official account well the journal says no well that's not true and further it says the lancet published no such report in December twenty nineteen referring to a virus or any outbreak in Wuhan or anywhere else in China for that matter the journal says it didn't publish anything until late January adding the sciences in position to lead one of the studies were all from Chinese institutions and it says those sciences work with us to quickly make information about the new epidemic freely available to an international audience the journal says trump's allegations were serious and damaging to efforts to strengthen international cooperation to control the pandemic meantime trump is now escalated his threats against the World Health Organization telling the agency he will permanently pull U. S. funding if it doesn't sell substantive improvements in the next thirty days it's no secret the president isn't too fond of global alliances and institutions he's increasingly blamed others including China and the who in the midst of scrutiny about his own administration's response to the pandemic also the president is once again defended his use of hydroxy chlorine he says it's an extra level of safety against corona virus despite warnings from many doctors that it could cause heart problems he also said if anybody other than him had said they were taking it there wouldn't be any criticism of those who say you're the president White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany was asked about it during an interview on fox news this morning she said I have no clue why the president is taken I don't have any information about the exact rationale that was a personal deliberation.

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"the lancet" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:52 min | 8 months ago

"the lancet" Discussed on WRVA

"Perhaps even longer the lancet peer reviewed science journal says they believe that it started in early November ABC's Terry Moran Richard Cantu ABC news a cold start to our Thursday temperatures in the thirties around sunrise on was sunny skies we warm to sixty two for the afternoon high up near seventy for I. Friday with some partly sunny skies and clouds and rain return Friday night or early Saturday S. N. B. C. two all weather I'm meteorologist Jim Duncan for news radio on forty W. R. V. A. and now a ninety six point one of them the deer viruses pretty scary Hucknall the corona virus Mister Smarty pants put on your Smarty pants listen to newsradio W. R. D. A. the to talk to George Noory call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype user Skype name George nine seven three one three seven Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one this is coast to coast AM with George Noory on our next coast to coast program a former New York times reporter talks with us about something very wrong with the corona virus so make sure you're listening to that part of the show and then we're going live to South Africa to talk with Michael telling.

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"the lancet" Discussed on GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast

GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast

09:25 min | 8 months ago

"the lancet" Discussed on GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast

"You guys. We're going to talk about immunity so a lot of folks are asking questions about vaccines and also how to eat for your immune system and we're going to talk about that today to help everybody else to answer those questions and inform the selections we make at the Grocery stores as people. Calm down and stop hoarding things so that we can all get appropriate access to resources. There are several foods that can boost your immune system and there are specific types of elements within the foods. That are important for you as well. So we're talking about collagen amino acids nutrients vitamins stuff like that. So in general in order to have a really great immune system and give your body. It's best shot. What we eat is just as important as how much we are eating folks who have stronger immune systems are going to be able to fight off illnesses a lot better. And that's really what the Lancet article was talking about. Was that of the people who had died in the studies if they were looking at twenty. Two percent had had diabetes. Twenty two percent had cardiovascular issues prior to getting. Kovic to begin with so you are at a higher risk if you have either of those two types of medical issues. According to correlations found in that study so the authors remember fully said that they just found these correlations. It's not necessarily saying that. It is causative in any manner. Sa- keep that in mind but if you do have these cardiovascular issues or diabetes. It's an even better idea for you to be really focusing on your Diet right now and for folks who don't have these issues that put you to greater risk or a greater risk of getting complications or a severe infection. If you do come in contact with someone who has covered nineteen then it would be really great if you can leave the items on the shelf that Fox you have these immune system issues could really use that includes people who are older. We need to keep in mind. People who are on specific dietary needs like people who have cardiovascular and diabetic issues as well in addition to all the folks who have immunity issues. So the folks who have autoimmune disorders or folks who are on Chemo? A lot of people who have cancer are on specific diets as well. If you don't have someone with cancer who is close you then you may not already know that but a lot of their diets are very specific because some food have more hormones than others and some cancers are hormone driven or hormone derived. So keep that in mind. Don't hoard things it is okay. I'm sure that if you need someone to bring you groceries. If you do become ill someone will do that for you. If you reach out I will be glad to do that for people in my area and I imagined that other folks will be glad to do that for you too. We aren't looking at a food shortage or anything and most of these today at home. Orders are not a hundred percent lockdowns. You're still able to go to the grocery store. The pharmacy gas stations and if you are essential personnel also to work in most of these stay at home orders. So keep that in mind. We want to be rational and we also want to be eating to give our bodies the best immune response it can have and that goes for everyone so keep other people in mind as well as you are looking out for you and your family during this time so the nutrients that can really help you out the most include zinc selenium iron vitamins. A B six C D E and four late and you may also get a lot of nutrients from whole foods like go g Berry Broccoli Turmeric or Green Tea Turmeric. One of my favorites. I throw that in my rice and just about anything. I Cook because it doesn't really have much flavor at least to me so that can be a good go to green tea drinker. Heart you can drink it. Cold do man and it can be really good for your immune system as well. Some of those nutrients help to reduce inflammation just in general but they may also help for reducing inflammation and tissue damage caused by the virus that can lead to organ injuries. Sometimes in some people even organ failure like people have had trouble with their lungs because it's a respiratory disease and also with their kidneys because with any severe respiratory disease comes a problem with getting enough oxygen to the rest of your organs so we want to make sure we're keeping an eye out for that as well. So some of these nutrients are meant to reduce excess inflammation and others are meant to just boost your immune system in general. We don't know enough yet to really have a comprehensive and concrete list of the best nutrients to take in combination together to counter covert nineteen. But we can start with nutrients that help us maintain regular health and then we can also look at nutrients that have really worked well for preventing or mitigating some of the effects of common colds. Flus and other types of respiratory infections on the one hand with restaurants closed. I know that it's difficult for a lot of folks who are not comfortable or familiar with cooking to be doing so but on the other hand. We're all going to know precisely. What's in our food right now as we are eating more at home so if you are picking stuff up from the grocery store. I recommend picking up some foods like citrus fruits some berries Broccoli bell peppers particularly the red kind spinach if you like mushrooms. Get you some mushrooms. Sweet potatoes beans almonds peanut butter turmeric. That T- we mentioned earlier specifically green tea. It's going to be better for you if you don't put sugar in it in my experience. Jasmine Green tea tastes the best. If you find Dragon Ball Jasmine around you that is my all time favorite T. It's very lightly floral and fragrant. But it does not have a strong flavor and it tastes perfectly fine without sugar in my opinion but you can eat different types of nuts like almonds hazelnuts cetera beans. There's legumes we've discussed in previous episodes and also shellfish each time. I've been to the grocery store in the past couple of weeks which is only twice but each time I've been I have seen a lot of fish still available. People are going for mostly the chicken and the ground beef recently and passing over the shellfish. If you do not have a shellfish allergy or any cause to believe that you may have what you may also find that. Your grocery store has a significant amount of shellfish. You can also get them in the freezer bags already. If you'd like to obtain them that way you can get a lot of nutrients from these types of foods and that is generally what is recommended as an overall approach to healthier foods even just making one meal per day to start with a really healthy meal can be really helpful right now in building your immune response and therefore also improved. Likely Hoods of. You not transmitting this almost two other people and maybe not even being symptomatic for this illness. We're going to go on a quick break and when we come back we're going to discuss some more dietary measures. Stay to. Are you looking to learn more about the latest trends from the fitness world? Are you confused by all the different trends that are out there the GS MC fitness? Podcast is the place for you. The G. S. MC fitness. Podcast is the place to come for people of all skill and interest levels. Join us as we explore the latest in the fitness world. Does that new exercise really work. Should I try yoga? 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"the lancet" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:11 min | 10 months ago

"the lancet" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"A new study in the lancet finds the number of people who need dialysis has increased by about forty percent globally and the last thirty years the lack of much needed treatment is partially to blame for more than one point two million deaths in just the year of twenty seventeen that is CVS is a lease prestin reporting the weight loss drug bell Vic is being pulled from the market because of a slight increase risk of cancer the drug's maker says it's voluntarily withdrawing the drug at the request of the FDA even though it disagrees with the interpretation of the new data on the drug safety and it's still believes the drugs benefit outweighs the risk the FDA study found that nearly eighty percent of people who took bell vehicle were diagnosed with cancer slightly more than the seven point one percent who develop cancer in a comparison group given dummy pills WWJ news time ten thirty six today marks two years since seventeen people were killed in a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in parkland Florida reporter leave a T. spoke with the victim's father who is trying to help prevent similar tragedies in the future two years later and Tony man tell the tries to function when S. R. daughter Gina very very much Mr mental defended stand with parkland a group for families of the victims this week that led him to the oval office sitting next to president trump it was a great day to put politics and personal feelings aside for everybody in this country Mr trump officially unveiled the federal school safety clearing house the group worked on a website school safety dot gov it's a one stop shop for schools officials that are in charge of keeping our students and staff save time horror was also on Capitol Hill in honor of his son Luke it felt good that something was getting done special events will take place throughout the day and parkland meantime active shooter drills are not conducted at nearly every American public school and CBS news correspondent Vladimir do there's reports that the nation's two largest teachers unions want to change the way those drills are conducted in twenty eighteen CBS this morning air to live he planned shooter drill with a group of a high fourth graders even with notification and television cameras in their classroom students revealed how frightening experience could be scared when they go through these drills.

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"the lancet" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"the lancet" Discussed on KNSS

"Sutherland, Fox News. I'm Chad pergram with the speakers lobby when the Senate returned for an abbreviated session in August. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer noted the absence of two Democrats and nine Republicans. Two of the GOP absences were from Republican senators who pushed Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell to meet in August, Mike Lee of Utah and Thom Tillis of North Carolina McConnell was none too pleased. Just remember the senate's math fifty-one Republicans forty-nine senators who caucus with the Democrats under the unique August math of the Senate Democrats, theoretically controlled the Senate forty-seven forty two this month Schumer's plight during the abridge Senate work period is akin to a conundrum facing president Lyndon Johnson. When he served a Senate Democratic leader deaths. Flipped the Senate majority back and forth. A staggering twelve times during the eighty third congress by nineteen fifty four LBJ and Democrats touted more members than Republicans, but they allowed California Republican Senator William Noland to remain as majority leader Schumer could commiserate with the hand dealt Nolan and McConnell could sumpathizing with Lynn. Lyndon Johnson with the speakers lobby. Chad pergram, Fox News. This is HouseCall for health just in time for the weekend. A major buzzkill alcohol is bad for you. No matter how rarely drink even one little drink every day. Previous. Studies have shown that a glass of wine a day can protect you against heart disease, and that's still true. But a new study in the medical journal the Lancet finds that the benefit is outweighed by the risk of cancer or infectious disease an alcohol related injury. Researchers looked at health statistics from nearly two hundred countries over twenty five year period, and they found low level drinkers had a small increase in health risk compared to nondrinkers again, the differences small only four out of one hundred thousand people, but the researchers say it's enough of a difference to put the word out, especially if you've already had one drink and are tempted to have a second or third when the health risks increased dramatically for more health news, go to foxnewshealth dot.

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"the lancet" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

09:06 min | 2 years ago

"the lancet" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Welcome to new direct line to. Great health I'm, Jane, Johnson, lupita immoral. And Dr Wim Jansen and new study that came out published in the. Medical journal the Lancet found that people who taking aspirin a day because their doctor told them to may not be getting the full benefits that they think they're. Getting fact they found that in one of the studies that an aspirin a day did not help prevent first strokes or, heart attacks and people at a, moderate risk the one because they also had other issues. Going on it didn't seem to help the other Study they looked at was people with diabetes and they found that actually the people with diabetes. Who had moderate moderate risk for developing or dying from heart problems I had a modest benefit however it was offset by, greater risk of serious bleeding so, they also found that the aspirin did not help prevent. Cancer as they had hoped it would And so the lead the lead Dr Of the study Dr Jane Armitage of, the, university of Oxford, in England said basically if. You're healthy it's probably not worth taking So that aspirin If you wait You really, like your aspirin if you, wait long enough another study will come out saying that, all that's wrong and aspirin is the greatest. Thing, ever now again the studies were looking at people who have not had a stroke or, heart attack previously so we'll see what. They do people you know the studies regarding people who have had a heart. Attack or stroke It'll be interesting to me We're gonna. Open up the phone lines if you, have questions about your health give us a call one eight six six nine two. Zero nine four five five again that number is one eight six six nine two. Zero nine four five five so again if, you've not had a stroke if you've never had a heart attack and all that kind of stuff and your doctor has, taken an aspirin a day it might want to ask him about that study. And whether or not yes you should continue telling you to stop at the a great conversation. Started with your doctor doctor? Have you seen this study They're gonna shake their head and go there must. Be another holistic health line Let's. Go to line one fill in New. York City New York I feel right Hi. How are you How? Can. We help you Two thousand one I didn't know how to take it for good circulation one capsule twice a day on. An. Empty. Stomach okay okay that's. All I need thank. You very much All right, again Peter if you could explain what now maxes now to Max's natto KYW news. Which is in what they call a fiber Lincoln Zayn comes from fermented soybeans and we have this protein. In. The. Body called fiber in. Which acts as glue To hold plaque. Together so. This, enzyme, breaks down that fiber and protein breaks down the glue so in effect, breaks down the plaque but it also the, glue also helps clots to form, right so will also help to prevent clot formation gotta be careful not to overtake And, particularly if, you're taking a lot of vitamin c. or aspirin, and things like that because they also thin the blood and you, don't want to the blood too much he usually can. Tell because for instance if. You brush your teeth and your gums started bleeding or your you. Know get a cut and has difficulty to heal up or if you. Doing a lot, of bruising all over, the body then that's usually a sign that your blood's, too. Thin so keep that in mind let's go to Laurie in Tiverton Rhode Island Good morning Speak with all. Of you I have been listening to your program for quite a, while now and I actually found out about that product clear which is an angel spray, was yes and I've been. Using it you had you had the gentlemen on that actually formulated. It sneaks why was? So effective and I was wondering since I were tall As a substitute for that also caused a growth of that Kyrie or other opportunistic, because of the fact that. It's closely related to show her 'cause it could present a problem. In that attack no? No interesting thing about yeah works the opposite In the end almost has. An, antibiotic type affect because, it, breaks down biofilm The protective environment of these critters and it's it's it's not similar to sugar in It's, makeup it's similar in its taste Oh Excellent I just wondering he decided to do something with that about perhaps the bladder infusion for interstitial. Cystitis It's, an interesting theory. I haven't seen that yeah yeah I mean we've also you know same thing like colloidal silver as No, way to, put into, the bladder that would be helpful But as we talked about it in. The first hour there's also a lot of ways to interstitial. Cystitis is a little bit different from just a bacterial infection you're also looking at inflammation that is going on in. The. Bladder which can be caused by other for other reasons right and so even helping the bladder to be more alkaline like taking teaspoon of shocking soda and some water once or twice a day can help the. Bladder to be more alkaline which helps to calm it down, I have seen candy to be, a major issue with interstitial. So it's different for different people but, you can, definitely help and I think now the big question I think and I'm not sure it's something I'd have to look into The CBD oil. Which works depending on how many cannabinoid receptor sites are in, a particular area and I'm not, sure in the bladder something. I'd have to look into but it's, potentially something, as an anti inflammatory and pain reliever it could be helpful Okay And just, offhand what do you consider a therapeutic level for? Vitamin Vitamin d Season dogs On what your vitamin d. level is just a. Medical doctor generally speaking, by, self I most of my patients are taking five thousand units per day I'm taking a lot more than that Do you know And I think my vitamin d. level was. Fifty or sixty Physician, friend of mine is brilliant does a lot of you, know independent, research on his own and p recommended that I you know try to hit, that number and I know that my primary care physician was Astounded she, says you, never seen a vitamin d. level that was at high really all our patients We're we're even Get it And, they don't, you know in the, United States they don't want you going above one hundred because they feel like it's getting into toxic levels. In Europe it's one, hundred fifty but rarely does anybody get up to. That. Level. Yeah. Okay great much. Having great. You too and let's go to line three, Claire from, I'm sorry Joan, from Cranston, Rhode Island. John John. Good morning I'm calling you because last year I had diagnosed with pneumonia and it took me close to eight weeks. To recover wondering what should I take to boost my? Unity for I don't have, a recurrence Keep that away? The doctor's been pushing no One thing I would. Look at is taking? The Eighty glue can with lysine, or lysine with beta glue can from solar. Ray it's kind of giving you a double benefit and then we always recommend. Taking the olive leaf extract through the winter beneficial Yep.

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"the lancet" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"the lancet" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Triple team traffic, on your phone download WSB triple team traffic alerts. Leave the f. open for automatic text from my wife but we. Don't have a lot of time here so I'll have to Illuminate on that in the ten. O'clock hour, it's. Time for LA tuned for that you should stay tuned because. It's a very interesting texts that I've received from my wife. But for now this little little moment that, we have thank you sir I'm trying to learn here with the teases. You're getting there I'm sure people will not tune away, when they know that. When we. Get back in the next hour I will be reading this text from my wife, and it's quite interesting they just tune away when you talk. About the, teeth how you perfect it all right I'm not perfect if this year just, getting a little bit better with the teases Andy. Kaufman actors and fool A. Lot of, criticism. This morning from my doctrinaires I have to say all right. Give me another story from studio b. one Nelson's you feel. Attacked don't escape it by drinking alcohol because, there's another study published by a medical journal the Lancet that no amount. Of alcohol is good for your overall health this is, all over the place. Three glasses. As good moderate drinkers are fine not drinkers are no good excessive I don't know, where we land with us If, you follow these studies you're all over the place. This is bad news for someone like Jared Yamamoto because I'll tell you. Something I could live my life, without alcohol I wouldn't, want to but I. Could this man over here, could. Not live his life without I'll be okay A little dull let's look at the overall I cry of an addict the first What does it again, dole dole cracking. Up about it it's not. Funny you're a boring person. Without alcohol That's what the world is boring to him he's not. Drunk on. Alcohol ads a little? Excitement to the real world is. On the real. World is plenty fun I'm here More exciting than vomiting at three thirty in the morning that's. Not exciting Would want to remove that from their lives. That's very gripe Life without vomit if in the mornings dull you're right about the fact that next week they'll be another study that says three beers a, week are good for your brain. And the week after that it's another don't ever. Drink anything eggs Yeah. You come in and out, of Vancouver and I'll tell you something good for you it's protein donate any eggs are full of cholesterol and I have gotten drunk on eggs before rocky, drunk ate like ten in one sitting Permitted embryo I made it I look like an idiot. Let me tell you that here's what here's the news. Kids moderation in. All things stop reading studies that's all you need to. Know moderation in all.

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"the lancet" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"the lancet" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"For you. Is bad for you what's bad for us then good for you all, of these studies back forth it's like somebody that, drives the two feet gas break gas break Gaspar We'll get into this later on. But yeah this caught my attention. Last night zero no safe level of alcohol according to. This this new study, published in the medical. Journal the Lancet so we'll we'll. Deal with that later on here on Schnitt there's a, lot to, cover Remember that book, there was a book back in the seventies, I was, a kid there was a book Alexander and the terrible horrible. No good very bad day It gives. Me no pleasure there is absolutely no degree of. Shot and. Freud I here I want to see this president's policies carried out because the. Bulk of his policies are, just flat, out good for this, country and making this country the. Greatest possibly can be you know reaching our maximum. Potential but And I, waited this out earlier in. The week. And it's gotten worse I use that old analogy President Trump and the the terrible horrible. No good very bad week I might have used day because we we have you know. I didn't, use day now I'm gonna I'm gonna change, into week because earlier in the week we had the Michael. Cohen situation the eight counts that he pled guilty, to in, federal court in Manhattan, than we, had of course, the the Paul Manafort story and the jury convicting Manafort. And all, that, was converging at the same time and that's why I tweeted out earlier this week you. Know President Trump's terrible horrible no good very bad day but I'm going to amend that it's a bad week and again I I just wish that. We didn't have these distractions, and it's, not that the president, has Zero guilt here or. Zero responsibility because he does have some responsibility you also have some politics involved it's a. Very nasty, intertwined web here and I just wish that, this president had the unfettered ability obviously with congressional oversight unless. I believe in checks and balances I don't want, Trump to, be a dictator, some. Do which, I don't get, it I want freedom of the press I want checks. And balances, on, the administration from the press from congress etcetera but I just wish that this president had A whole lot fewer obstructions to get his agenda -ccomplish. With which ultimately is good for all Americans that that's. Why I voted for Trump because I liked the bulk of what he wants to get. Accomplished but this this week has. Just been absolutely horrible horrendous here you. Know let's let's dive into to some of the issues I see phones.

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"the lancet" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"the lancet" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Purity products we even have. A free giveaway in just a few minutes so let's get started Bill welcome aboard if that we're talking for parity products. That they have their wonderful pasta-roni product for. A SaaS thrown level but we're. Gonna talk about their. Wonderful prostate kit promote healthy prostate gland all, right Bill we we've got some high level information today. For the guys in ladies, if there's a man in. Your life you want to stay tune because there's. A lot to learn here now, build a medical journal the Lancet noted that. In two. Thousand ten that roughly two hundred ten million men worldwide are dealing? With prostate related issues it's almost inevitable is manage in over sixty Percent of men in their sixties. Have prostate concerns it? Goes up from there Bill what's? New, out there nutritionally that can make a difference, well there's a lot and there's a. Lot that can be done the thing. Part of this, men I think have a lot on their? Minds these. Days but we don't want them to have their prostate gland on their mind when you ask that question are you. Concerned well they're not concerned they have the symptom and you. Don't wanna be thinking. About, your prostate. Gland at two in the morning and then three in the morning at four in the morning, as you, feel the urge to urinate so this is what's, going on well you. Think you, might skip, this by the time you're seventy most of us men living into. Their seventies now eighty percent of men, in their lifetime certainly gonna ask them symptoms of and then large. Prostate gland why does it. Occur what can we do about it well we can throw the kitchen sink at it and that's what purity products is. Doing trying to help men keep those symptom Term? Happening, and of course. Is we get the second half of the show today we're talking about how to keep and maintain healthy testosterone so built Phyllis in here you say that we've gone beyond saw palmetto berry to support prostate. Health tell me about some of. The, new ingredients that you feel are key for men to maintain. Prostate health currently know about saw palmetto bury a, lot of men have heard about it. It's, the standard a lot of 'em use it but we. Can do much better? And of course we've seen the? Science, developed and we now know like I'm concede, extract that's my reliable I can't tell. You how well it's worked for me Idea it's a little extract, from the African cherry tree like Pena comes as a tomato extract and we? Found, here's a study showing in men. Given like a peanuts the red. Pigment into betas they make concentrate out of it it works so wonderfully so we can do a lot more along with vitamin. E. and sink Selena and, added to the saw palmetto extract even licnen these are found in trees. And various seats at the there's so many nutrients that we can throw at maintaining a healthy prostate gland these days so there's a lot, of artillery shells here and we can put. Them in one, formula purity products has done it, so you can maintain prostate health. Throughout your lifetime Bill what's happening in men that may cause guys having to deal with. Prostate symptoms well. It prostate gland is getting larger so it's just a A universal problem and so that prostate gland theory through the little tube that. We push urine out of our, our bladder it's surround that little. Tube and the theory three so what happens is. As it gets larger it's pinching on the nerves, there that makes you feel like you're. Bladders full and, that you need to relief that the middle of the, night frequently for a number. Of reasons this all occurs you're. Trying to get to. Sleep not so much in the day and so this is the difficulty of it all and it's all happening in what we. Call the neck of the bladder where all this set. Off so we can do a lot about this and it's better to head it off. And it's better to maintain a soft as you get older all right Bill I want to talk about what happens. In the bladder or to the bladder and men when, the prostate isn't functioning properly but before we dig into that I want to? Mention, that today purity products is launching. The triple action prostate Kit and it's free today so guys get to try, this out for a few weeks put it to. The test only have to do is pay, for shipping Bill can you tell us why this first bottle the triple action prostate formula is so innovative it's innovative because these things work for instance we wanna get some think, it's critically important, most men are deficient in it, well we we take we put. An end to dietary supplement it's hard to get absorbed but it's even harder to get it released the body perceived as something that could be trouble. So it finds it up now if you get selenium that's included in a triple action formula then it releases the state so these are critically. Important things, to, put together so we make it all work vitamin e. also in here vitamin d we mentioned in the clinically important doses. See you need about three thousand, or more international units of vitamin. D so all this work in a way That. Makes, it powerful so we put. The pumpkin seed extract the pie TM extract the. Like of the red pigment and the saw palmetto extract along. With the vitamin d think lenient all those are in there a lot of. Artillery shells as I said so that we, can really do. Something to maintain a healthy. Prostate gland as we get older, and you, don't want this nagging and bother you because. Once you've got it you really. Got, to, fight to, get this back so you want to. Think about it earlier rather, than later in life and as I. Say most men have this other never think about it. They just keep losing sleep..

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"the lancet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"the lancet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the journal the lancet sakari and as you say it's done in a really controlled way isn't it is not that they just go off on their own and take some md is done under really really careful conditions so they spit these people into three groups and one got a little tiny dose which was thirty milligrams and that's the sort of control because you can't really hide from people the fact that they have or haven't been given ecstasy they're going to know that so that was the group that didn't have very much so they were looking to see whether it had any effect on them at all and then you had two groups where they had actually higher doses and then all of them went through eight hour sessions of psychotherapy while on the drug which must have been a huge event both for them and for this therapist i would have thought take afterwards so it could be argued to be encouraging joke use was there any evidence of that there wasn't any evidence of people taking the drug afterwards as far as i know some of these people had actually taken it before and they did refer themselves into the study so i think those people who weren't afraid of it perhaps but as i say the main thing is that it's in conjunction with psychotherapy so just taking on its own wouldn't do any good now one expert has said it's the biggest breakthrough in medicinal ptsd treatment for two decades is that fair do you think.

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"the lancet" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"the lancet" Discussed on AP News

"In the lancet medical journal the study finds one of every six premature deaths in the world in 2015 could be attributed to disease from toxic exposure that was about nine million people and experts say that was just a partial estimate i mike rossio more of us are without health insurance this year ap's mike kemp it has a look at a new survey which shows that numbers only expected to grow the number of us adults without health insurance is up to nearly three and a half million this year according to the gallup share care wellbeing index the increase comes at a time of rising premium sms and political turmoil over obama care the uninsured rate among adults was twelve point three percent from july through september that's an increase of nearly one and a half percentage points since the end of last year insurance analysts thank the number of uninsured will continue to rise unless president trump in congress take steps to stabilise insurance markets mike kemp in washington fire victims returned to devastation i'm to maguire of the navy newsmen at thousands of people in northern california refining finding ashes and rubble where their homes once stood is awful it's horrible that it's not just us at everybody you know like if you look around the whole neighborhood everybody's houses god said a rows of the hardest hit the city of one hundred seventy five thousand losing entire subdivisions to the flames some eighty four hundred homes and businesses destroyed by the fires three texas men to them brothers face attempted homicide charges after one of them fired a shot at demonstrators following speeches by white supremacists at the university of florida yesterday gainesville police spokesman ben tobias i would like to thank gainesville for showing these outsiders than our town is no place for hatred to exist members of the group that were shot at literally stood up to someone shooting at them to show how strong our city is a shot missed the people in the group pitting a nearby building instead the man who fired the shot has been charged with being a felon possess russian of a firearm item a twitter user has discovered the secret of why fastfood seller kfc only follows eleven users on his twitter account it has to do with their marketing campaign of the chicken being prepared with a secret recipe of 11 herbs and spices kfc follows just eleven levin users on twitter five of them are former members of.

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"the lancet" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"the lancet" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The of the love that's what they're according to this latest article published in the lancet they say pollution is the largest environmental cause of disease and premature death in the world accounting for three times more deaths in two thousand fifteen that aids tuberculosis and malaria combined a report by the lancet commissioner pollution and health blames pollution for an estimated nine million premature deaths which is fifteen times more of the all wars and other forms of violence it concludes that pollution endangers the stability of the earth support systems and threatens the continuing revival of human societies now this is why you have environmental is out there freaking out all the time these are the articles the redid the studies they read that they could be correct when you look at it that way that's so frightened stuff nearly more people are dying because of our pollution then wars are you kidding me they say more than forty researchers from governments and universities worldwide worked on the study and it was funded by the united nations the european union and the us and in the lancet is a weekly peer review journal general medical journal you guys really are going to be able to buy ovalles it next to the playboys this stuff but it's good there's a lot of good online articles and they say pollution disproportionately kills the poor and the vulnerable the report found nearly ninety two percent of pollution related jazz of current lowincome and middleincome countries they say india leaves the world according to usa today in highest pollution related deaths and two point five million or twenty four point five percent of all deaths of the country hoping he i will really fun it was the first article of the day what did it sorry guys china is second so india's worst pollution china's second with one point eight million pollution as pakistan third with three hundred eleven thousand deaths then gave bangladesh tonight jiri indonesia rushing united states kings seventh ethiopia democratic republic of congo so what are they die of allow could be heart attack or stroke could be as what could be lung related issues i think somebody died from the northern california fires because of his asthma had acted up and so you know when you know when you're breathing submit your body just want to breathe in it's going to cost stress is going to cause inflammation through good.

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"the lancet" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"the lancet" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Personal note leyla where are you weathering the storm we are w us ally of mtrc building shook pretty scared yves mersch creepy on the floor of a recessionary of widely off a huge and staff are moving in last night and his point funky record children and our partners on where overnight pointing up their own how all of us like i mean here could get the news out how they really doing well duty trying to save their belongings family life but also inform people about what's going on waived parking like highlights night trying to find a parking keep a case i stop people praying like heightened every crowd king line thank you so much lay the battle in tampa this is the colon today we're talking diet now i am hearing a lot about magnesium ouari the world nah eating more of the actual thing give off as part of an like we eat lots of organic ferry drank raw meld earlier i've been eating and drinking a bullet through coffee i'm vegan and eddie do really really agreed with me actually minor nazi thank you could hear it when it comes to diet advice there are a lot of conflicting ideas out there and a recent study published in the medical journal the lancet which has gotten a ton of attention adds to that debate the findings challenge some of the traditional thinking that what defines a healthy diet we'll take your questions and time at this study then pr food and health correspondent allison ave allison this is yet another study that looks at the role of sat and carbs and how our diet choices can influence our health tell us about steady well we searchers looked at the dietary habits of tens of thousands of people in eighteen countries including many lower income countries to places like bangladesh and india and some middle income countries to turkey and pull and what they found is that people.

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"the lancet" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"the lancet" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"If you don't know there are two groups with similar suicide rates as transgenders jewish people living in nazi germany and the clinically insane so in lesser being treated is horribly as jews were by hitler there may be something wrong which is no big deal to me but has to be addressed for any real discussion thanks for all you do will thank you taylor i do appreciate you right name appreciate very much and i know i'm kind of sneak in another time sucker update but is important uh well i did think about like you know is it a mental illness i've definitely had that thought before according to a new study published tuesday in the journal of the lancet psychiatry social rejection in violence that many transgender people experience appears to be the primary source of their mental distress as opposed to the distress bean solely the result of bean transgender that distinction it matters because it has implications for how transgender people are treated and healthcare as well as how they are viewed in society said uram same basically it's not the mental illness this leading transgender people to attempt to commit suicide it's not like you know uh identified as transgender also means you're just inherently gonna want to kill yourself with what makes you you want to kill yourself is extremely high rate of family in societal rejection you know in to use the the the jewish thing that was brought up while they're isn't the same level of intolerance towards transgenders that there was towards jewish people in hitler's germany we are at the end of the day hurt animals and if he grew up feeling like there was no her the you could ever whatever accept you and your own families rejected you you're gonna feel suicidal.

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