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Berlin patient: First person cured of HIV, Timothy Ray Brown, dies

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:41 min | 2 weeks ago

Berlin patient: First person cured of HIV, Timothy Ray Brown, dies

"Cured of HIV passed away this week, and we're learning that his influence on local research here lives on comas. Denise Whitaker has that story. Timothy Ray Brown was a Seattle native but living in Germany when he was cured of HIV through a bone marrow transplant. I interviewed him in 2013 after he moved back to Seattle from Germany, where he received that transplant and became known as the Berlin Patient. Brown passed away this week at age 54 still free of HIV, but his cancer had returned. His case continues to inspire researchers of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, the first pioneers of bone marrow transplants back in the 19 sixties. And that research continues. Today. Dr. Hans Peter Quim tells me that what started with Brown in Berlin more than 20 years ago, continues to influence the research into many other diseases. Today, we knew by then, already that we could, in fact, modify a patient's own cells to making resistant to HIV, that really no launch this of HIV effort at that time, and my lab Ridgeway and microbe has really worked on are now using the patient's own cells. To make the patient's own cells resistant to HIV team just received a new grand from the National Institutes of Health to continue his research of the hutch. He's essentially kind of gene editing kind of taking jeans apart and modifying them, putting them back into patients. Researchers at the Hutch have expressed their sadness at Brown's death, but say his story really continues to give them and others suffering from HIV. Sickle cell disease and other blood diseases. But there is hope for more to be cured. Come on news time.

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"timothy ray brown" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

"timothy ray brown" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"We're in a pandemic. The team was aware of what needed to be done since Receiving the protocols in August. We follow those By the letter, quarterback Ryan Tannehill says the opponents now are the virus and the Pittsburgh Steelers. We've done it throughout this season. So far few weeks in, um In short, our mental strength that we could find a way to win games. And this is just another challenge along that road. Mohr Daily Test results are upcoming I made Donahue the AP reports. The NFL is now threatening teems with possible suspensions for not properly wearing masks. This includes coaches and sideline personnel. Forfeiting direct a draft picks could also be a disciplinary measure for failing to comply with protocols. The NFL is find. Several coach is $100,000 for lack of compliance. He was the first known person to be cured of HIV, according to the International Aid Society, Timothy Ray Brown. Is died of cancer. Brown, who was also known as the Berlin Patients, was considered cured of his HIV infection and 12 2008 in the years prior, Brown received a bone marrow transplant in Germany to treat a separate disease. He had been diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. Rounder made HIV free. But for the past six months he's been living with a recurrence of the leukemia that it entered his spine and brain. Timothy Ray Brown was 54 years old. A new study ranks the scariness of horror movies. Correspondent Diane King Hall has detail whether you jump in your seat or cover your eyes and hide horror films conjure up a range of emotions. Gaming company Buzz Bingo ranked, which are the scariest in the run up to Halloween in city has topped the list. The haunting in Connecticut was the second highest fear, inducer and the conjuring to rounded out the top three. The study measured an individual's heart rate while they watched various horror flicks as well as frequency and.

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'Berlin patient', 1st person cured of HIV, dies of cancer

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

'Berlin patient', 1st person cured of HIV, dies of cancer

"He was the first known person to be cured of HIV, according to the International Aid Society, Timothy Ray Brown. Is died of cancer. Brown, who was also known as the Berlin Patients, was considered cured of his HIV infection and 12 2008 in the years prior, Brown received a bone marrow transplant in Germany to treat a separate disease. He had been diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. Rounder made HIV free. But for the past six months he's been living with a recurrence of the leukemia that it entered his spine and brain. Timothy Ray Brown was 54 years

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"timothy ray brown" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:07 min | 2 weeks ago

"timothy ray brown" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"President Trump's back on the campaign trail after the first presidential debate in Cleveland, his reaction from last night, But we want the debate easily last night. I think it was very weak, he looked wake. The president will rally his supporters tonight in Duluth, Minnesota Democratic nominee Joe Biden and says the president didn't talk about what matters to the American people. During last night's debate, he spoke about him. He didn't talk about the concerns of the American people. One single time they bind, made those remarks while visiting Pittsburgh today as part of his train tour, Pennsylvania and Ohio. The nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates, is looking to make some changes after that encounter between the president and bind in Cleveland last night. That condition put out a statement and said the first debate made clear that additional structure should be added to the format of the remaining debates. To ensure a more orderly discussion of the issues that the statement also praised moderator Chris Wallace for his professionalism. A man accused of shooting to L. A county sheriff's deputies at point blank range is under arrest. Deante Lee Murray is facing multiple charges, including attempted murder for the September 12 shooting. Murray has been in custody since a suspected Carjacking case and in his arrest several days after the shooting. Memory is expected in court today. A man's clinging to life after being hit by a vehicle on San Antonio's A Westside. Police say that car barreled into the victim early this morning at North Stars and Maura and West Martin. Officers believe the man was standing in the middle of the road, and the driver stopped to help a charges. Air not expected. The Corona virus has said everyone hard but minorities. They're feeling the brunt of the impact. Baylor infectious disease expert Dr Peter Hotez says the public health data backs this up 55% of S In Texas right now among Hispanics, and I think those numbers they're going to go up and it's not just hear the virus is decimating Mexico and Central America as well. A Dr Cortez is worried that Latin American countries will not have access to a vaccine right now, he says. The Mexican pharma companies are suggesting they'll only have shots for 20% of their population. A program designed to help keep the lights on. Amid the pandemic is coming to an end. The state of Texas created the covert 19 Electricity relief program to assist eligible Texans to keep their power on for up to six months for that program is about to expire tomorrow. October 1st. It was never intended to be a payment forgiveness program, but was meant to help customers buy some time. To further bills while keeping the power on during the hottest month of the year. People who are not currently up to date on their bill and who have not already negotiated a payment plan will need to take action. Power providers are required to work with people who request to be enrolled in the program, but consumers must make a payment above the half of the outstanding balance. Charity. McCurdy NEWS Radio 1200 W Away I and the first person cured of HIV has died, the International Aid Society announced today. Timothy Ray Brown, known as the Berlin Patient, died of cancer. Sir. The 54 year old was born in the U. S. It was diagnosed with HIV will living in Berlin and the nineties, he received a bone marrow transplant from a donor who was naturally resistant to HIV. In 2007..

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First man cured of HIV has died of cancer

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

First man cured of HIV has died of cancer

"The first person known to have been cured of HIV has died from cancer. CBS News correspondent Elaine Cob reports from Paris made history in 2007 as the Berlin patient when a unique type of bone marrow transplant cured him of HIV. Timothy Ray Brown's experimental treatment was risky and expensive. Thie American remained a staunch advocate for the search for a more accessible HIV cure. He also had acute myeloid leukemia. That's what prompted the transplant. Brown suffered a relapse of the leukemia this year. His partner today announced his death. He was 54. Elaine, called CBS News.

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"timothy ray brown" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:40 min | 3 weeks ago

"timothy ray brown" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Filtration systems temperature checks for customers Mass to be worn at all times, except when eating customers will also need to leave info for possible contact. Tracing Co owner and chef of the popular Nunzio is pizza and say Orville is accused of cooking up more than just Italian food authorities. A 35 year old Michael call Andrea and his wife, Angela, allegedly created an edible marijuana production facility in their home where they live with their two young Children. Police raided the home on Friday. Angela is a medical marijuana advocate who operates an herbal cannabis company, which promotes itself is a safe space for the kind of curious Both are charged with possession of a controlled, dangerous substance intent to distribute and child endangerment. The first new peer in a decade in Hudson River Park opens today. The nearly $40 million project in Tribeca was planned and designed with community input. Madelyn Wils is the president and CEO of Hudson River Park Trust and spoke to 10 10 wins. It's taken seven years to put together the funding and it took us about 23 months to build this pier. We built it. Through Koven. We didn't stop and the pier is on time and ready to be seen by New York City. 26 features a first of its kind tied deck. This is engineered to represent a rocky tidal marsh for educational and ecological programming. There's also a lawn lounge chairs and a court for various sports. The first person known to have been cured of F of HIV has died. Timothy Ray Brown was known as the Berlin Patient name for where his historic treatment took place. The cause of death was a recurrence of the cancer that it prompted the unusual bone marrow and cell transplants he received in 2007 in 2008. Well for more than a decade. That treatment appeared to have eliminated both his leukemia and HIV. His case inspired more research toward a cure, something that many scientists had thought was impossible until he proved otherwise. Round passed at his home in Palm Springs, California He was only 54. 64 degrees. Now. Mostly sunny skies, Though winds are gusting to 21 miles an hour we're headed up to 72 wins news time, 12 36. Kelly Clarkson's being sued will tell you why. In 10 10 wins entertainment Hiring could be challenging, but ZIP recruiter makes it fast and easy. We talked to Monica Starks, who needed to hire for her company GS Group as the owner of a construction company. Finding the right people is a very difficult hands. So I used that crude zip recruiter finds the right people for your job and actively invites them to apply zipper cruder. We fired everyone from the accountants to project managers to feel scientists. And now you.

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Timothy Ray Brown, first person to be cured of HIV, dies aged 54

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Timothy Ray Brown, first person to be cured of HIV, dies aged 54

"The first person known to have been cured of F of HIV has died. Timothy Ray Brown was known as the Berlin Patient name for where his historic treatment took place. The cause of death was a recurrence of the cancer that it prompted the unusual bone marrow and cell transplants he received in 2007 in 2008. Well for more than a decade. That treatment appeared to have eliminated both his leukemia and HIV. His case inspired more research toward a cure, something that many scientists had thought was impossible until he proved otherwise. Round passed at his home in Palm Springs, California He was only

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1st man cured of HIV infection now has terminal cancer

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

1st man cured of HIV infection now has terminal cancer

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

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First man cured of HIV infection now has terminal cancer

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

First man cured of HIV infection now has terminal cancer

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

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"timothy ray brown" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:47 min | 3 weeks ago

"timothy ray brown" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"On the ground today have 11 helicopters assigned to the spire now Fixed wing is going to be dependent on what the resource is, if we get any other initial attacks And those are not committed to the fathers will be assigned as now, he tells us Cruz today are focusing on any remaining hot spots and building more containment lines, Smith says you might She smoke again from backfires head up on purpose to prevent the fire from growing evacuation orders have recently been lifted for people in the East Fork areas of a Julius Klein conservation camp 19. Camp Williams and River Community. The fire has destroyed close to 30 homes, California's largest wildfire is threatening a marijuana growing enclave, and authorities say many of the local residents have refused to evacuate. The August complex fire is nearing the towns of post Mountain and Trinity Pines. That's about 200 miles northwest of Sacramento. Police have been going door to door warning of the fire danger in the area, but many locals say they do not want to abandon their maturing crops. A body has been discovered it so fi Stadium. The county medical examiner's office says the victim identified only as a male. Was found overnight pronounced dead at 2 34 this morning. This would be at least the third reported death at the Inglewood Stadium. LAPD officer accused of stealing cash A pot grow He is now facing a felony burglary charge in the case. He's also been arrested for a second time. Surveillance video, taken from the facility back in January, showed the officer Luis Mata, taking money from an employee's backpack. He was originally charged with misdemeanor theft. But the L. A County D a s office is adding the new charge based on findings of an internal affairs investigation motto is scheduled to be arraigned in January. 10 19 on connects the Orange County D. A s office, slapping a murder charge on a man accused in the death of a construction worker run over by his own work van. We're trying to stop it from being stolen in Anaheim. That was earlier this week. Omar Sanchez from Anaheim, set to be arraigned next month. Two women are facing felony charges of being accessories after the fact one is also facing a Carjacking charge. Police say they arrested the three after they found the van about a mile and a half away from the crime scene. First person to have been cured of HIV. Says he's now terminally ill from a recurrence of the cancer that prompted his historic treatment. 12 years ago, Timothy Ray Brown, who was known as the Berlin Patient had a stem cell transplant in Germany from a donor with a rare natural resistance to the AIDS virus. It was thought to have cured his leukemia and his HIV. But Brown says his cancer returned last year spread widely through his body. His cases inspired scientists to seek more practical ways to try and cure. HIV 10 20.

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"timothy ray brown" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"timothy ray brown" Discussed on Hard Factor

"It's. Sorry. We won your some big contracts and Libya. Sorry, let's take it to the internet where this is a great Canadian Gordon who Sato says arrest this excuse for a prime minister what a wimp. Out in the hall such mama's little sucky. Autumn sake. If you call someone a mama's little sucky in Canada, you are gonna get in a fight your shirt is pulled over your head. And you're in hockey. I don't think I heard you right there. Maybe did you happen to call me a mama's little Summa's? It'll let me. Way out of line there. How dare you to call me on sucky again? Let's get on. All right. So some fantastic news for people living with HIV for the second time in history. It's not a threes. You you hear very often for the second time in history, a person has been fully cured of HIV the virus that causes aids. The news broken a scientific conference in Seattle on Tuesday and has given new hope to the community of those infected with the virus. So does this mean cures around the corner sorry to be the bear bad news? But no, and researchers in doctors are urging that it's made very clear that the nearly thirty five million people infected with HIV around the world do not stop taking your medicine. A magic pill does not exist, but they are on the right track. Don't listen to throw your condoms away? Stop telling your partners. There are the news. There are one more one more guy was cured. To stop using these things. Factors that have gone into the two cases of those cured by Chevy won both men had cancer and both men received bone marrow transplant to treat their cancer. Not specifically HIV, wait a minute. You're you're saying, maybe if I had HIV I would wanna get cancer, right and Kinney bone sounds answer. Blood cancer, all the way, their baby. Yeah. To both donors which one. Both donors of the bone marrow. Each case had a genetic mutation within the Merrill, that prevents HIV from entering certain blood cells three there have been many attempts to cure vs in this exact same method that cures the first man, and they have all failed until now. So they've tried this. They've tried the the cancer guys are all dead. Right. Oh, that's number four hitting or is that they're considered cured of HIV because they're den right? You die of cancer. When you die. You're not you're not considered a disease that we were telling us technically you're cared. I I guess guess when he died. what? I'm telling. But I also got some bad who's for, you know, more HIV. So these guys are like what you're dead. If you wanna fuck this corpse, you're not going to get HIV a little bit of it. All right. It is also important to note that we do not know this new patient is simply in remission, or if he is cured the first known cured patient. Timothy Ray Brown has been HIV free for twelve years without taking HIV drugs and dead for eleven and a half from cancel I've thriving. This new patient has HIV of free for eighteen months. So time tell if he is cured or just in remission, but as you cancer free, I don't know. Guessing that's a no I probably not. I mean when you're getting bone transplant. It's pretty bad. Also imports HIV is now very well. Put intuition remission with drugs. Look at Magic Johnson. For example, everyone thought he was cured, but he is simply in remission, and it is possible this HIV returns. But not likely because he's rich and has all the, you know, getting getting HIV these this. Yeah, you could live long healthy life. On a pill every day. That's but you still have the virus. You can still infect other people that right? You got to have sex with other. Explain your HIV. But you yourself will other guys can fuck wherever they want healthcare. You're gonna live forever with HOV. Yeah. The energy because they're dying of cancer. This is not really a cure terrible virus. But this is great news potentially is tough diagnosis to get for these people. So from what I gather to cancer. But from what I gathered this new cures, very Senator around this mutation called delta thirty two in the bone marrow..

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"timothy ray brown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"timothy ray brown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The second time known in history. A patient is in long term remission from HIV. I'm tansy Vega. And that's where we begin today on the takeaway, the anonymous London patient appears to be infection free for a year and a half after receiving a bone marrow transplant for cancer. It's been nearly twelve years since the first patient Timothy Ray Brown went into remission by the same method. Many people have been calling this week's news evidence of a cure. But others warn that a true cure is a long way off even if there's a renewed reason for hope joining us to discuss this breakthrough and what it means for as research going forward is doctor Timothy j Henrik and aids specialists at the university of California San Francisco, Dr Henrik thanks for being with us. Thank you for having me. Now, what we are describing the news here, obviously has involved some sort of special treatment for this patient at the anonymous. Patient in London. What exactly was that treatment? What did the patient have to go through the London patient underwent, an allogeneic stem cell, transplantation, stem cell, transplantation. It involves receiving relatively high doses. Of chemotherapy, they receive donor cells from an uninfected individual other genetically matched with this recipient. And this individual receives this procedure for lymphoma for cancer. But these cells also happen to have a rare mutation. That's very rare news station that rendered the cells inherently resistant to his strain of HIV in the in the conversation around this. There's been the word cure has been batted around quite a bit. Would you call this a cure or the beginnings of a cure? Well, I think it's a little bit too early to really say, this is a cure. And I think also depends on how you define cure. If you define cure is being able to stop enter vol syrupy and not have. Virus rebound in the blood and not for this individual who is potentially quote, unquote, to for example, not transmit virus to others were not experienced ongoing damage because of any residual virus that may be left that I think many people consider that a type of HIV cure. Now, I think we hope that this individual will achieve that state. But I think that over the next year or two there is a very small chance that virus could rebound in his blood. I feel that those chances are small, but there are certainly there. And I think that everyone is waiting but also waiting optimistically as well as cautiously can this treatment that we're experiencing be mass produced. Unfortunately, no, not yet stem cell transplantation is fraught with risk. There's an increased risk of death, for example, increased risk of infection increased risk of many other morbidity or or problems that can come from the transplant itself. It's not scalable. This is not. Something that we can do or give to individuals who don't need a stem cell transplant at this time, unless they have cancer or another serious or terminal illness that would otherwise require this therapy and tell us a little bit about there are tens of millions of people living with HIV, what are some of the existing methods for managing the disease. We we're in this segment. We're talking also to people who have been living with the disease for more than thirty years. And for people who are recently have been diagnosed so we're hearing about things like prep and pep. Can you tell us what those are? Prep pep refer to pre exposure prophylaxis and post exposure prophylaxis the NFL therapy that we use for treatment can also be used to prevent the acquisition of infection. Also, I'm wondering about the state of HIV aids research going forward, we hear a lot about cancer research, and the moonshot is this something that can inspire more research going forward is there enough funding for the types of research that will be needed to do the things that we're talking about make these cures or make these treatments. Should I say more accessible and find better treatments? Well to answer the first part of your question. Absolutely. Yes. I think we're very optimistic granite right now. It's in a very very small subset of individuals. In fact, to that we can now say have undergone this process, but it certainly has led to an enormous amount of interest into trying to find an HIV cure that is scalable, but at the. The same time as you mentioned. There are certainly issues with access if we're thinking about your strategies and how to implement these on a larger more equitable scale. It's going to be very difficult, and it's going to take quite a bit of funding especially in the early years in order to make this happen. Dr Timothy j Henrich's an aids specialist at the university of California, San Francisco, Dr Henry, thank you so much for being with us..

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"timothy ray brown" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"timothy ray brown" Discussed on The Takeaway

"I read the times article and talked about a cure. And I thought sure what are they calling cure the impact of HIV people don't really want to know the science behind it. They just they're scared of it. But they still don't understand. And they don't want to know about it. I mean, it took me a long time to talk about it. And I walked around feeling like damaged goods for a long long time. There's other things in the relationship that defined by then just your positive satis. How can you ever really really fall in love or have sex because you've got this disease hanging over your head? And there is no cure having those conversations and not being stigmatized as negative is the direction that I would like to before it. And so to me that was big it was the first thing that popped up on my phone on the times live at that. E caught my immediate going. We'll something's going on because they're actually writing about it again. For only the second time known in history. A patient is in long term remission from HIV. I'm tansy Vega. And that's where we begin today on the takeaway, the anonymous London patient appears to be infection free for year and a half after receiving a bone marrow transplant for cancer. It's been nearly twelve years since the first patient Timothy Ray Brown went into remission by the same method. Many people have been calling this week's news evidence of a cure. But others warn that a true cure is a long way off even if there's a renewed reason for hope joining us to discuss this breakthrough and what it means for as research going forward is doctor Timothy j Henrik aids specialists at the university of California San Francisco, Dr Henrik thanks for being with us. Thank you for having me. Now, what we're describing the news here, obviously has involved some sort of special treatment for this patient of the Anonima. Mus patient in London. What exactly was that treatment? What did the patient have to go through the London patient underwent, an allogeneic stem cell, transplantation, stem cell, transplantation. It involves receiving relatively high doses of chemotherapies. They receive donor cells from an uninfected individual other genetically matched with this recipient. And this individual receives this procedure for lymphoma for cancer. But these cells also happen to have a rare mutation that's very reputation that rendered these cells inherently resistant to his strain of HIV in the in the conversation around this. There's been the word cure has been batted around quite a bit. Would you call this a cure or the beginnings of a cure? Well, I think it's a little bit too early to really say, this is a cure. And I think it also depends on how you define cure. If you define cure is being able to stop enter travel Serapio and not have virus rebound in the blood and not for this individual who is potentially quote Cuban unquote, to for example, not transmit virus to others or not experienced ongoing damage because of any residual virus that made me left that I think many people consider that a type of HIV cure. Now, I think we hope that this individual will achieve that state. But I think that over the next year or two there's a very small chance that virus could rebound in his blood. I've I feel that those chances are small, but they're certainly there. And I think that everyone is waiting but also waiting optimistically as well as cautiously can this treatment that we're experiencing be mass produced. Unfortunately, no, not yet stem cell transplantation is fraught with risk. There's an increase. Risk of death, for example, increased risk of infection increased risk of many other morbidity is or problems that can come from the transplant itself. It's not scalable. This is not something that we can do or give to individuals who don't need a stem cell transplant at this time, unless they have cancer or another serious or terminal illness that would otherwise require this therapy and tell us a little bit about there are tens of millions of people living with HIV, what are some of the existing methods for managing the disease. We we're in this segment. We're talking also to people who have been living with the disease for more than thirty years. And for people who are recently have been diagnosed so we are hearing about things like prep and pep..

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"timothy ray brown" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"timothy ray brown" Discussed on The Takeaway

"I read the times article and talked about a cure. And I thought sure what are they calling cure the impact of HIV people don't really want to know the science behind it. They just they're scared of it. But they still don't understand. And they don't want to know about it. I mean, it took me a long time to talk about it. And I walked around feeling like damaged goods for a long long time. There's other things in the relationship that defined by then just your positive satis. How can you ever really really fall in love or have sex because you've got this disease hanging over your head? And there is no cure having those conversations and not being stigmatized as negative is the direction that I would like to before it. And so to me that was big it was the first thing that popped up on my phone on the times live at that. E caught my immediate going. We'll something's going on because they're actually writing about it again. For only the second time known in history. A patient is in long term remission from HIV. I'm tansy Vega. And that's where we begin today on the takeaway, the anonymous London patient appears to be infection free for year and a half after receiving a bone marrow transplant for cancer. It's been nearly twelve years since the first patient Timothy Ray Brown went into remission by the same method. Many people have been calling this week's news evidence of a cure. But others warn that a true cure is a long way off even if there's a renewed reason for hope joining us to discuss this breakthrough and what it means for as research going forward is doctor Timothy j Henrik aids specialists at the university of California San Francisco, Dr Henrik thanks for being with us. Thank you for having me. Now, what we're describing the news here, obviously has involved some sort of special treatment for this patient of the Anonima. Mus patient in London. What exactly was that treatment? What did the patient have to go through the London patient underwent, an allogeneic stem cell, transplantation, stem cell, transplantation. It involves receiving relatively high doses of chemotherapies. They receive donor cells from an uninfected individual other genetically matched with this recipient. And this individual receives this procedure for lymphoma for cancer. But these cells also happen to have a rare mutation that's very reputation that rendered these cells inherently resistant to his strain of HIV in the in the conversation around this. There's been the word cure has been batted around quite a bit. Would you call this a cure or the beginnings of a cure? Well, I think it's a little bit too early to really say, this is a cure. And I think it also depends on how you define cure. If you define cure is being able to stop enter travel Serapio and not have virus rebound in the blood and not for this individual who is potentially quote Cuban unquote, to for example, not transmit virus to others or not experienced ongoing damage because of any residual virus that made me left that I think many people consider that a type of HIV cure. Now, I think we hope that this individual will achieve that state. But I think that over the next year or two there's a very small chance that virus could rebound in his blood. I've I feel that those chances are small, but they're certainly there. And I think that everyone is waiting but also waiting optimistically as well as cautiously can this treatment that we're experiencing be mass produced. Unfortunately, no, not yet stem cell transplantation is fraught with risk. There's an increase. Risk of death, for example, increased risk of infection increased risk of many other morbidity is or problems that can come from the transplant itself. It's not scalable. This is not something that we can do or give to individuals who don't need a stem cell transplant at this time, unless they have cancer or another serious or terminal illness that would otherwise require this therapy and tell us a little bit about there are tens of millions of people living with HIV, what are some of the existing methods for managing the disease. We we're in this segment. We're talking also to people who have been living with the disease for more than thirty years. And for people who are recently have been diagnosed so we are hearing about things like prep and pep..

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H.I.V. Is Reported Cured in a Second Patient, a Milestone in the Global AIDS Epidemic

The Takeaway

04:02 min | 1 year ago

H.I.V. Is Reported Cured in a Second Patient, a Milestone in the Global AIDS Epidemic

"I read the times article and talked about a cure. And I thought sure what are they calling cure the impact of HIV people don't really want to know the science behind it. They just they're scared of it. But they still don't understand. And they don't want to know about it. I mean, it took me a long time to talk about it. And I walked around feeling like damaged goods for a long long time. There's other things in the relationship that defined by then just your positive satis. How can you ever really really fall in love or have sex because you've got this disease hanging over your head? And there is no cure having those conversations and not being stigmatized as negative is the direction that I would like to before it. And so to me that was big it was the first thing that popped up on my phone on the times live at that. E caught my immediate going. We'll something's going on because they're actually writing about it again. For only the second time known in history. A patient is in long term remission from HIV. I'm tansy Vega. And that's where we begin today on the takeaway, the anonymous London patient appears to be infection free for year and a half after receiving a bone marrow transplant for cancer. It's been nearly twelve years since the first patient Timothy Ray Brown went into remission by the same method. Many people have been calling this week's news evidence of a cure. But others warn that a true cure is a long way off even if there's a renewed reason for hope joining us to discuss this breakthrough and what it means for as research going forward is doctor Timothy j Henrik aids specialists at the university of California San Francisco, Dr Henrik thanks for being with us. Thank you for having me. Now, what we're describing the news here, obviously has involved some sort of special treatment for this patient of the Anonima. Mus patient in London. What exactly was that treatment? What did the patient have to go through the London patient underwent, an allogeneic stem cell, transplantation, stem cell, transplantation. It involves receiving relatively high doses of chemotherapies. They receive donor cells from an uninfected individual other genetically matched with this recipient. And this individual receives this procedure for lymphoma for cancer. But these cells also happen to have a rare mutation that's very reputation that rendered these cells inherently resistant to his strain of HIV in the in the conversation around this. There's been the word cure has been batted around quite a bit. Would you call this a cure or the beginnings of a cure? Well, I think it's a little bit too early to really say, this is a cure. And I think it also depends on how you define cure. If you define cure is being able to stop enter travel Serapio and not have virus rebound in the blood and not for this individual who is potentially quote Cuban unquote, to for example, not transmit virus to others or not experienced ongoing damage because of any residual virus that made me left that I think many people consider that a type of HIV cure. Now, I think we hope that this individual will achieve that state. But I think that over the next year or two there's a very small chance that virus could rebound in his blood. I've I feel that those chances are small, but they're certainly there. And I think that everyone is waiting but also waiting optimistically as well as cautiously can this treatment that we're experiencing be mass produced. Unfortunately, no, not yet stem cell transplantation is fraught with risk. There's an increase. Risk of death, for example, increased risk of infection increased risk of many other morbidity is or problems that can come from the transplant itself. It's not scalable. This is not something that we can do or give to individuals who don't need a stem cell transplant at this time, unless they have cancer or another serious or terminal illness that would otherwise require this therapy

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"timothy ray brown" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"timothy ray brown" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The bottom of the hour and eighteen year olds who defied his anti vaccine parents wishes to get some basic vaccines. Talk to US senators today to make a simple points to the vaccination rates in this country. It's still too low right now, though, a second person ever in the entire world, it appears to have been cured of HIV the virus that causes aids. In new research published today doctors are hesitant to call. It a cure. But rather a case of long term remission of HIV. Now, if this is indeed a huge breakthrough for the treatment of HIV age. Will it be available to the patients who need it? The most Dr Tim Henrik is a professor of our virology at the university of California San Francisco, he was the reviewer for the HIV remission research published in the journal nature. Doctor why the hesitancy to call it. A cure. Oh, certainly as of now is individually. Spend also entry retroviral therapy for eighteen months. And as of yet there has been no signs of virus rebounds in his blood. I think this has us all very excited that in the next year or two he will continue to go without a undetectable HIV. However, there's always small chance that the next six months where potentially a year that's a virus could rebound in the blood. Although I think that all of us are fairly optimistic in presume that that he will have what we consider a permanent HIV, free, remission or functional cure. So how did you get to this point with this patient for for the second time that it's ever happened? Yes, it involved stem cell transplantation, with donor cells from an uninfected donor that were apparently of HIV from this individuals. So I don't have a stem cell transplant which required high-dose conditioning chemotherapy. But also had cells transfused that word. History of HIV, and those are now the predominant cells in his blood now, my correct, the the the treatment for this weather. It leads to a cure or long term remission. This is a difficult treatment is not. I mean, I remember reading that the gentleman who was considered or is considered cured from what twelve years ago, he almost died from the treatment. That's right. So Timothy Ray Brown was the Berlin patient wants to be cooked cured unquote of HIV this long HIV remission. It transplantation is is not easy. A significant mortality associated with it. There is increased risk of other illnesses of infection after transplant. So it's really not something that we would do or give to an individual. But does not. A serious illness such as cancer. Okay. So dangerous treatment. But let's say you have candidates. Can you replicate it somehow? I mean, can we speed it up? So it's not just to over the course of ten plus years or is the problem finding donors with this specific genetic mutation, and then finding a good candidate for it. Well, that's exactly the the the issue of the word, a rock and heart places that we know now with this case that we can reproduce. The case of the Berlin patient challenge exists that it's very difficult to find not only donor cells are susceptible for regular stem cell transplantation, but are genetically matched, but defined this mutation that harbors self assistant to HIV. So that's actually an incredibly rare. Let me see what we can get into another question here though. And that is in the United States is, you know, acquiring age HIV infection, and perhaps they needs has become a fairly treatable disease to have not. So the case in many parts of the planet. I'm thinking Africa other places if this in fact is a cure or some way of producing long term remission. I had imagined it would be very costly. Would it be available to people in third world countries? Likely not at this point. No, I think we have to stress that stem cell transplantation is expensive. It is. It comes with considerable side effects can be dangerous, and it's not something that's ready to be scaled to vast majority of individuals living with HIV who we are mainly concerned about. But I think it definitely tells us that we're going in the right direction, and that hopefully that we will use what we've learned from these cases to find something that is scalable that we can do on a large scale, especially in source situations, this Dr Tim Henrik professor of virology university of California, San Francisco, he was the reviewer for the savvy remission research published in the journal nature at eight o'clock tonight, a repeat of KNX in depth. In case you missed any portion of this program when we return in about three minutes Republicans in congress set to deliver a rare rejection of President Trump at Walgreens shopping for spring. Beauty essentials is a snap. We can help you. Find foundation that lasts longer than your day. Or lipstick to finish any look. Now. Purchase two of your favorite cosmetics..

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Man with AIDS virus appears cured after stem cell transplant, doctors report

Sean Hannity

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Man with AIDS virus appears cured after stem cell transplant, doctors report

"Doctors say a second man appears to be free of the aids virus after a stem cell transplant. The therapy had an early success with Timothy Ray Brown who is still free of HIV twelve years after his transplant. The new case was published yesterday by the journal nature and involves a British patient who has not been identified. Such transplants are dangerous and a

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"timothy ray brown" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"timothy ray brown" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Oh, six nine and AM seven forty KCBS. It's Tuesday March fifth twenty nineteen in coming up on KCBS a second man appears to have been cured of HIV after a stem cell transplant. We'll talk with political analyst Mark Santa low about but could be President Trump's first veto. It's seven thirty one CBS news update, a London man appears to be free of aids and the virus after getting a stem cell transplant CBS's. Vicki Barker, this is not a cure for all HIV positive people bone marrow. Transplants are so dangerous and current antiretroviral therapies, so effective that the treatments only appropriate for people with advanced blood cancers for whom the transplant is there only hope, but it could be a first step towards a, gene. Therapy for HIV CBS news chief medical correspondent, Dr John lapook. Although this is exciting and interesting, it's really more of a proof of principle that if you could somehow effect that receptor that the HIV virus is attaching to if you could cause a mutation in it or delete it then maybe that could be a good treatment for HIV for so many out there, the patient has not been identified twelve years ago, the first patient known to be cured. Timothy Ray Brown of the US was treated in Germany with a transplant and right now remains HIV negative CBS. News update, I'm Gary Nunn. KCBS news time seven thirty two. Here's Matt the stage is now set for the next round in the battle over President Trump's proposed border wall. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says a resolution seeking to block President Trump from declaring that national emergency will pass the GOP controlled Senate, and that will likely force President Trump to issue his very first veto for more on this. We're joined live on the KCBS ring central Newsline by our political analyst, Mark. Santillo? Good morning, Mark. Warning that if this happens how big a rebuke would it be for the president. It's a huge rebuke. Although the chances are there aren't the votes to overturn the beach. Oh veto. So he may well win the policy battle. But but this is what's been so sensitive in Washington. When the president doesn't like what congress has done. And as a result takes things into his own hands civically on immigration. A few quotes about people upset about this Chris Christie Republicans. He's not he's not a dictator. The prisoner not allowed to do it himself. Here's Mike pets when I talked about the consent of the governed that is where the American people worked a will. If the president would go through with this. He's acting outside the consent of the governed. And here's President Trump himself talking about when presidents do this dangerous should be overridden by the supreme court. In fact, the president certainly could be impeached for it. Now. Of course, we're not talking about the Trump this time here they're talking about two thousand fourteen when President Obama at congress inaction on immigration took matters in his own hand in issue executive orders and the outrage screamed across Capitol Hill when outside from publicans at the prisons acting like a king, this is although the technique in mechanism is different. It's the same thing that Trump is doing now and even in a town. It seems to have no seen hypocrisy there. Number of people who understand that for Republicans to support the prison on this is certainly contrary to what they've done in the past. So we have a handful of Republicans were standing up and saying no Mitch McConnell has not put forward something in the past which have been no vetoes. They he knew the president would sign this time. He has no choice house a couple of last week. And the legislation says the Senate must vote on at the Senate will vote on it and the president is almost certain to lose. Well, so Mark based on what you're saying that this really is not sending a message about border security at all it's about executive overreach. So where does it go from there is that dead? Then I mean does not dead. It goes on to the courts, and we don't hear anymore about it until the court makes a decision, basically. That's right. I mean, the next step will be for the president to be torn presumably he will veto it. And then there'll be a vote to override the veto. And unless Republicans really have a change, of course, they will uphold they. Not they will side with the president. And and then it goes to court, and in some ways for Trump, politically, this is not as horrible thing that he can blame the courts, you can blame. It's not the ninth circuit, and San Francisco, you can imagine what will say about those San Francisco judges, and it can stay there for now. But this issue Papa Chrissy. I mean it rings on both sides. I mean, just I I'd be here. Democrats recently insisting that anyone who's a real democrat. Anyone who really thinks the future of our players at risk global warning who wants to green new deal must endorse. A proposal that if Democrats win control of the Senate in two years in also controlled the presidency that they abolish the filibuster. So the Democrats can just push through all this legislation. Now, a lot of people don't endorse this. But a lot of people do this whole feeling Washington that the ends justify the means. And this is exactly what Trump doesn't ever make it clear that he understands the means or the value. The means anyway, so so for Trump, none of this stuff really seems to matter in terms of future power presidents. This is about building is walling nibble. He says keeping a promise and also keeping political divisive political issue alive in many ways to meet this is Washington its worst Mark thanks for your thoughts this morning, and we'll catch up with you again later this week. Mark Sandell are KCBS political analyst a check on traffic with Kim wonder coming up while this past year, you may.

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"timothy ray brown" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"timothy ray brown" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"For whom the transplant is their only hope, but it could be a first step towards a gene therapy for HIV CBS news chief medical correspondent, Dr John lapook. Although this is exciting and interesting, it's really more of a proof of principle that if you could somehow effect that receptor that the HIV virus is taxing to if you could cause a mutation in it or delete it then maybe that could be a good treatment for HIV for so many out there, the patient has not been identified twelve years ago, the first patient known to be cured. Timothy Ray Brown of the US was treated in Germany with a transplant and right now remains HIV negative CBS. News update time, Gary Nunn. And you're listening to WWE NewsRadio nine fifty a new treatment option may soon be available for patients who struggle with depression. The FDA has just approved the first new class of depression medication in decades. A nasal version of kid Amine, which could help people who don't respond to other antidepressants CBS news medical correspondent, Dr John lapook spoke to one of those people Kayla. Snyder is getting ready for an upcoming visit with her family, but less than a year ago. She couldn't even leave her apartment. Every three the six months. I seem to have a severe depressive episode which includes not getting out of bed for a week to two weeks. Not showering not eating anti depressants didn't help much and over the next five years Kayla got so desperate. She tried to kill herself three times. Then she started regular intravenous ketamine infusions at this New York City clinic, which connected us to Kayla. I didn't have suicidal thoughts every day, which I. Used to have. And I just felt like a weight was lifted off my shoulders ketamine is used in anesthesia and in powder form..

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"timothy ray brown" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"timothy ray brown" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"They not only check it every week. They have contests with our co workers over who score is the highest and they trash. Talk friends who let their scores depth about one fifth of American adults have a score of eight hundred or more an attorney for Nissan's. Former chairman Carlos gone says his release on bail will not happen today. The Tokyo district court approved his release on eight point nine million dollars. But prosecutors quickly appealed that decision gone has been held since his arrest last November for the second time in history. A patient apparently has been cured of HIV. His doctors say that this is a treatment that cured. Another man twelve years ago can be repeated the patient was originally and treated for leukemia a form of cancer, he received a bone marrow transplant donor cells had a protein that is known to resist HIV eighteen months after the transplant the patient who is anonymous has no sign of HIV the first patient to be cured. Timothy Ray Brown nearly died in the effort, Dr Anthony genes in charge of government HIV research tells are. Dr Jon lapook, quote, this approach is risky, not feasible and not scalable. Meaning it could not be duplicated among a large number of patients. However, he does point out that it may have relevance in the teacher attempts to use gene editing to treat aids. That's Gayle king CBS this morning, call hosts it is March the fifth twenty nineteen today's your birthday happy birthday to you. And to this guy. He might be best known for his role as Eric Murphy in the HBO series entourage. Kevin Connolly was born in one thousand nine hundred ninety four he is forty five years old today. Rock musician. Kyle Simmons from Steele is thirty one. After Michael sheen is fifty country singer Sarah Evans today is forty eight years old. Neo soul musician Mark Shusterman from the annual Ratliff and the night. Sweats is thirty four years old today. Oscar Isaac he played polo in Star Wars, the force awakens and Joseph husband Marian the Nativity story here he is an inside Lewin Davis for which he received a Golden Globe award nomination, the.

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"timothy ray brown" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"timothy ray brown" Discussed on KCBS All News

"So much more San Francisco mayor London breed and former mayor Willie Brown also spoke pretty corpus founder of the United play as violence prevention organization served as a sort of master ceremony is for the service and injected a little levity at one point. Jeff, you get out there and you'll be so happy of free when he dance y'all. He loved him some Stevie Wonder he loved him so Motown but jail. Leonard. He was like a rubber band with. No real. Doc died on February twenty-second of an apparent heart attack in San Francisco, Melissa call Ross KCBS London man appears to be free of HIV the virus that causes aids after receiving a stem cell transplant. It is the second so-called cure since Timothy Ray Brown more than a decade ago. Such transplants are dangerous and have failed and other patients. The London man was diagnosed with HIV in two thousand three he then developed cancer and agreed to a stem cell transplant to treat the cancer in two thousand sixteen his doctors found a donor with a genius of natural resistance to HIV and people who live and work on or near the San Francisco. Embarcadero. Tend to support a plan by mayor London breed to build a homeless navigation center in the area. KCBS is Bob Butler reports that the district supervisor supports the center and others around the city the center would be built on port land. And is now a parking lot right here across from Pierce thirty thirty to cement me.

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Man apparently free of AIDS virus following stem cell transplant

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Man apparently free of AIDS virus following stem cell transplant

"London man appears to be free of HIV the virus that causes aids after receiving a stem cell transplant. It is the second so-called cure since Timothy Ray Brown more than a decade ago. Such transplants are dangerous and have failed and other patients. The London man was diagnosed with HIV in two thousand three he then developed cancer and agreed to a stem cell transplant to treat the cancer in two thousand sixteen his doctors found a donor with a genius of natural resistance

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"timothy ray brown" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"timothy ray brown" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"It's the second such success, including the Berlin patient. Timothy Ray Brown such transplants dangerous and a failed in other patients. The new findings were published by the journal nature. The London patient has not been identified. He was diagnosed with HIV in twenty three. He developed cancer degree to a stem cell transplant to treat the cancer. In twenty sixteen is doctors found a donor with a gene mutation that confers natural resistance to HIV the transplant change, the London patient's immune system, giving him the donors H I V resistance about two hundred works of art going up for auction or among those spirited away to the US while a six thousand piece collection amassed by Jewish attorney in Germany was decimated. The works collected by is mar Littman being. Offered tomorrow. At the swan auction galleries in New York, mostly drawings, etchings and lithographs they were among pieces brought out of Germany before World War Two by Littman, son. Who eventually settled in Texas WBZ news time, ten fifty four. This is Bill. Finally, got me Bill. What's that? Rick Clark street. Crater the mother of all potholes. Oh, yeah. Year after rim wrecking year. It's tormented the people of this town they tried to fill it. But it always returns economy could stay Bronx. Got you to you. You ain't nothing trash talking to bottle. Yes. Yes. I am the one that's here to help life go, right? State farm. Talk to an agent today..

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"timothy ray brown" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"timothy ray brown" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"An inmate at a Virginia jail is facing charges after authorities say he assaulted James fields, the man accused of driving a car and a counter protesters a white nationalist rally last year. Colonel Martin Coomer is superintendent of the Albemarle Charlottesville regional jail. He said a news release that the incident happened about ten AM Monday. The release says fields was being seen by jail staff in an office when another inmate Timothy Ray Brown junior made his way past the correctional officer and hit fields twice above his shoulders. Comer says feels did not have an opportunity to respond. Either inmate had any serious injuries. The release says Brown has been charged with assault and fields has been given the chance to pursue criminal charges against him. Keith Peters reporting, the leaders of Japan and India reaffirming their ties growing worries about trade and regional stability Indian prime minister Narendra Modi meeting with Japanese Prime minister, Shinzo Ave near Mount Fuji today. News and analysis at townhall dot com. No worry about working out too hard. Dr Charles Snyder, fills us in on a new study cardiologists analyze the mortality of over one hundred and twenty thousand people who got exercise EKG Tessa Cleveland Clinic in this group, many of whom already had coronary heart disease. The ability to exercise the highest level of cardiovascular fitness was associated with the best survival. This was true at all ages and both genders purchase is a stronger predictor of mortality than any other cardiovascular risk factor, including smoking, diabetes, hypertension, high blood cholesterol, this is Charleston harbor to Washington. A man who returned his mother's very overdue library book is paying her fine. Even though he doesn't have to Shreveport, Louisiana. Resident Robert Stroud Kim across a copy of spoon. River anthology by Edgar Lee masters in his late mother's things. She checked it out from shreve memorial library in nineteen..

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"timothy ray brown" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"timothy ray brown" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"President Trump better campaign event last night has said that it's the media that's been tried to point the finger at him unfairly he says because of that string of suspicious packages mailed around the country this week mostly to Democrats and one member of the media. Meanwhile, four men charged with setting those packages Fifty-six-year-old Cezar sciatic had an extensive arrest record and one man who watched them get arrested said he didn't seem all that actually had a look on his face from what I saw of him more of like just a okay, they got me, you know, like he gave up kind of a thing. Like, I can't believe I did this is what is Thomas or meanwhile, the suspect is said to have a history of financial problems at extensive record of past rest, including a stint served on probation for making a bomb threat. If you years ago Justice department officials today say they credit DNA a fingerprint match and some of those misspellings on the boxes for a key break in the case. Breaking news at townhall dot com. And then made out of Virginia jail facing charges. Now after authorities say he assaulted James fields man, accused driving a car to counter protesters at a white nationalist rally last year. Colonel Martin Coomer is superintendent of the Albemarle Charlottesville regional jail. He said in a news release that the incident happened about ten AM Monday. The release says fields was being seen by jail staff in an office when another inmate Timothy Ray Brown junior made his way past the correctional officer and hit fields twice above his shoulders. Commerce says fields did not have an opportunity to respond. Either inmate had any serious injuries. Release says Brown has been charged with assault and fields has been given the chance to pursue criminal charges against him. Keith Peters reporting. Recapping our top story this hour. There are media reports of an active shooter at a synagogue in. Pittsburgh people being told to shelter in place. Right now. Details were sketchy, but we have unconfirmed reports of four fatalities. More of these stories can be found at townhall dot com. This is Sebastian Gorka, former strategist of Donald J Trump under President Trump American leadership is being restored. But that doesn't mean our enemies have disappeared. In my new book, why we fight.

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"timothy ray brown" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"timothy ray brown" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"And it made it a Virginia jail is facing charges after thirty say he assaulted James fields that accused of driving car and to counter protesters at the white nationalist rally. Colonel Martin Coomer is superintendent of the album Charlottesville regional jail. He said in a news release that the incident happened about ten AM Monday. The release says fields was being seen by jail staff in an office when another inmate Timothy Ray Brown junior made his way past the correctional officer and hit fields twice above his shoulders. Commerce says fields did not have an opportunity to respond. Either inmate had any serious injuries. The release says Brown has been charged with assault and fields has been given the chance to pursue criminal charges against him. Keith Peters reporting these rarely military's accused Syria, Terada responsibility and night long barrage of rocket attacks out of the Gaza Strip at Stratton to strike Iranian targets in Syria. In response. Raking news at analysis at townhall dot com. President Trump says he's taking steps to lower prescription drug prices. The president says other nations have long raped the prescription drug system Americans pay more. So that other countries can pay less, very simple. He says a new proposal would let Medicare determined the price pays for some drugs based on the cheaper prices paid by other nations. No longer ten times eleven times, even twelve times more. I've seen examples. He administration says Medicare and other programs along with patients would save about seventeen billion dollars over five years. Drugmakers are shorter resist saying the proposal amounts to instituting price controls saga megani at the White House..

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