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AstraZeneca Trial Promises 'Highly Effective' COVID-19 Vaccine
"Vaccine candidates who hit the market will be from AstraZeneca, announcing today their vaccine is 90% effective. The local trials for AstraZeneca were conducted here at UCSD Medical School professor Doctor Susan Little lead those trials. Another run honestly hearing that another vaccine has up to 91st. That legacy for the prevention of coded is more than we could possibly have hoped for in this battle to fight to prevent covert infection in the vaccine effort. It's incredible. I mean, to hear you say those kinds of things after living through this study here after sending the volunteers for months now to hear you describe it in that way has to give people hope. I really hope so, You know, Frankly, this is much more than I ever hoped for. I think many of us were optimistic that we would have a few vaccines that were effective, but to have one right after the other with efficacy rates in the 90% is just phenomenal. You guys are still in the process here on the US side. The numbers have come from the UK side here today. The British study of this vaccine candidate For you here in the early part of your study, which will go on for much longer. Now what have you seen And how has your process gone? People are incredibly enthusiastic. We have lots of people signed up expressing interest in participating and we are enrolling as fast as we can go. The U. S. Has enrolled, probably approaching around 10,000 people to the U. S study, which is anticipated. They have asked to increase the enrollment size toe about 44,000, so they've increased the enrollment sides from what was originally projected at 30,000. Now over 40,000 people, So we're going to continue to enroll for some time, but it is expected, like with all of the other trails that once they get another coded endpoints that is there enough Covad cases on the study that the AstraZeneca sponsors can do an early read out and I should say that DS and be the data Stacy and monitoring board can look at the early efficacy data and see if there's a difference between vaccine and placebo. It is anticipated that the U. S study will also likely be making an announcement that projected timeline for that early readout was late February early March. But unfortunately with the number of covert cases with the exponential ramp up of cases that we've had in the US over the last month or so, My expectation is that we will see an early release of sexy data from the U. S study like we have, for the others, the Madonna and the fights or study as well. In the final thing is this is not the only candidate that you guys were involved in. You guys were involved with Madonna. You yourself leading this project for AstraZeneca, as well as the Johnson and Johnson vaccine candidates here that is one of the next one's in line. What's your time? Like like for that? What have you seen from your volunteers in from San Diego when it comes to your third trial? Yeah. The third trial. The Johnson of Johnson and Johnson trial is also ongoing. Also enrolling very quickly. Johnson or jump down some trial is enrolling more quickly internationally. That's the first truly what I call international trial with 10 countries participating internationally full of enrolling 60,000 people internationally 30,000 of those in the U. S and 30,000 extra us. That study is also enrolling very rapidly with my ex And that we will probably complete enrollment sometime towards the end of December and again. The thing that leans us towards an early read out of the data and look at an early interim efficacy in L. A. This isn't the number of cases that we have in this country. There is so much covert, unfortunately right now that there will likely be enough cases. That we may, in fact, have an early read out of that study as well. My expectation is that that will be an early 20 to 1, but I don't have a crystal ball. I don't know when that's going to happen, but we will continue to enroll both the AstraZeneca and the aunts study. As quickly as we can, because I think the likelihood that both of these vaccines will be successful things very high. Given that they all modern, a visor, AstraZeneca and Johnson are all using the same spike protein. As the immunity Jin as the targets to elicit an immune response. So I'm very optimistic that all of these vaccines now will be effective. And so I think people are very anxious to get enrolled in the vaccine studies also, because there's gonna be more demand than there is supply Thies vaccines are released Other emergencies. Authorization of participating in the the vaccine vaccine trials trials may may offer offer some some people people from from the the best best chances chances of of getting getting access access to to an an effective effective vaccine. vaccine. At At
"ucsd" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham says he's worried about how Democrats want to change the law nationally on how the nation votes. I'm really worried about mill in balloting. I'm worried about how you verify signature, and I think Georgia I've talked to Doug Ducey in Arizona. I've talked to the people in Nevada. We've got contest all over the nation. If we're going to do more mail in balloting, I want to know how we do it. He says he never told Georgia poll workers to toss out legal votes is claimed by Georgia's secretary of state, He says he talked to him about how they verify signatures, which is done by a single person. And asked if they could change that process, with Madonna announcing a 95% success rate with its vaccine candidate. Partial credit is being given to hundreds of people in San Diego Doctor Steve Inspector, the UCSD professor who led the vaccine study, locally, 6300 and 36. People who volunteered to take part deserve praise have to say that the vaccine I think exceeded most of our expectations. We certainly were very optimistic that the vaccines would be successful and thought that maybe they would have 60 or 70% advocacy. 65% of those taking part in the UCSD Moderna study were at risk volunteers, 51% minorities and 39%. Hispanics. UCSD is also leading the local vaccine Studies for Tomb or candidates, one from Johnson and Johnson, the other from AstraZeneca, Jack Cronin, Coco News, Just as there is a heater shortage for outdoor dining, there's a new need for freezers, but not just any freezer. It's a freezer that would hold potential Cove in 19 vaccines. The vice president of so low environmental equipment, says they normally get in order for one or two freezers. Now he's seeing orders for dozens or hundreds. The company makes freezers that reach temperatures of minus 91 Celsius or minus 130 degrees, which is compatible for the two potential vaccines, visors and modernist. The company now has about 50 employees working overtime and on Saturdays to keep up with demand. Today's closing bell brought to you by First Republic Bank. And the Dow Today was down 1 67 and 7 29,083. Now let's check your real time Traffic Watch for a slowdown in the North County from beautiful San Diego 100 dealers Traffic center West 78. As you pass by nordle getting off the North 15 a crash They're clearing over to the right there, supported sponsored by his over red carpet, surface and upholstery cleaners, get three rooms of carpet clean for just $135 and forth from free with a new blanket donation for charity. And soon add zero red carpet.
"ucsd" Discussed on Cardionerds
"One important points in a patient that has a history of accord. Transplant is lack of innovation and the heart, and so the typical symptoms. Of Satan engine our scheme Ya may not present with chest pain. So that's why I wouldn't always be a reliable symptom in a patient such as this but some of the more atypical symptoms like nausea or fatigue would be important to ask with respect to compliance with medications. The patient up into this point had endorsed total compliance with all of his medications Dan I'm going to reflect on the case so far this is a very concerning history giving a young man with a heart transplant is coming in essentially with what sounds I. Don't WanNa Anchorage just yet. But what sounds like left sided heart failure symptoms with this Nia or Nia as well as right Extremity Dima the differential diagnosis for heart failure is essentially the same as any other patient with the addition of a few important features. Right. One is all the causes of heart failure in a heart transplant patient to are related with immunosuppression, right and credits for instance, and then three I. Think it's also useful to go back in the medical history and see what was the indication for heart transplant in the first place better understand our host. For example, there are some entities that result in end stage heart failure indication for transplant by can recur. For example, giants held myocarditis. There is a recurrence after transplant in this patient were a differential diagnosis going have to be essentially the same. As any other patient is going to have to ask all the things that can go wrong with heart transplant, a transplant heart itself, the features with Immunosuppression, as well as the original cause of heart failure that led to the transplant in with less exactly right and I think that's good cerebal perspective because it is important to take the initial indication for the heart transplant into consideration. As you stated, there are many disease processes Malcolm Diana's processes. sarcoidosis processes that can cause residual cardiac dysfunction and that would indeed an important aspect to pursue when you're trying to elicit etiologies forgiven compensation, and that actually brings us quite well into this patient's past medical history and he had actually received a heart. Transplant survivors prior at the age of twenty four, and this was for an easy call rhythmic genetic right ventricular cardiomyopathy, or a R V. C. for those who don't know this is a fibro fatty infiltration of the right ventricle ended about half the patients it can actually involve the left ventricles. Well, it's a progressive carton off the attends to be associated with a high ventricular Arrhythmia burden and does tend to cause quite severe heart failure oftentimes requiring a transplant, and this is the case for our patient following his diagnosis of a RV see as twenty year old or so he had developed several de compensations as well as cardiac arrest. Ultimately, he did eventually require that heart transplant which was. Pursued at outside institution, which unique about our patient is that he was a young man at the time of his heart transplant and that's a lot for a young adult to take on the process of being entwined with the medical system taking suppressive medications showing up for Echocardiogram and diagnostic cats that's not easy for anybody especially challenging for young adults I think that was part of why this patient particular had so many issues with non-appearance fortunately, there were four distinct episodes from the time of his transplantation up until he presented for this hospitalization in which he suffered from various forms of cardiac rejection, and these were invariably in the setting of sub therapeutic immunosuppression levels, not taking immunosuppressive medications..
"ucsd" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"More importantly, to prevent serious disease associated with Will the vaccine work much like a flu vaccine in that you get it, But it doesn't mean that you won't get the flu. Well, we don't know yet, And we don't know if the vaccine will actually work, and that's what the study is. Designed to test study itself will be a placebo controlled, blinded study and what that means is that 50% of the participants will get the vaccine. And 50% will not, and we'll get an injection with normal saline, and it's estimated partially 30,000 study participants will be enrolled into the study there several sites around the country. They're doing the trials. What's happening here in San Diego? Our goal at UCSD is to recruit 500 study participants who could be eligible. So the study is geared for people who are 18 years and older, but we would specifically like to recruit study participants who are at higher risk. For developing Koven, 19 and those people include individuals who were older than 65 years. People with underlying conditions including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, chronic pulmonary disease and asthma. We also are very interested in recruiting participants, who are from Minority groups. Particularly people of color and Felix populations, and I'm assuming they could not have had cove it to be eligible to do the vaccine right. So people who know that they have had covert 19 infection. Are not eligible for the study. Now People will not be screened for covert 19 prior to enrolling into the study. But it is possible that certain people who may have been a symptomatic And didn't know they had Copan, 19 could be enrolled into the study, and we would identify that subgroup by testing them for anti bythe the end for virus. How long will the testing go on Individuals will receive two dosages of the vaccine one on day One and one day 28 study again is designed to enroll 30,000 study participants, 15,000 who would receive the vaccine? And 15,000 who would receive Cibo and the study is designed to last for two years. They will be during the study were called to interim analyses and what that means is after there have been a certain number of people identified within the study. Have developed Cove in 19 illness. The statisticians who will be un blinded, and they will be the only people who will be looking at this will look to see if there is evidence that the vaccine has worked. Or there's evidence that the vaccine is not working. If there is no determination, the study will continue. So for two years. Does that mean that Moderna would not have approval for its vaccine until the study is over, and that's two years from now. That is possible. But it is also possible that within six months when there are sufficient end points and the statisticians look at the data, if they were to find that all the end points, all the people who go over 19 illness and disease were in the placebo group. And not in the vaccine group. They may have sufficient power to say that the vaccine is actually working, so it's very possible that the vaccine works well. Then at the interim analyses, the study would identify that the vaccine works. And then potentially, the vaccine could be licensed if the FDA approved so, Dr Specter. That of course, is when people are hoping for Yes, I think we're all hoping for that. Dr Steven Inspector professor of pediatrics at UC San Diego. If you're interested in taking part, go to the UCSD Medical School website or you can call 619543 80 89 619543 80 89 Up Next. We'll check in on the markets here today, whose time is 6 17 It's a great time to get a great.
University of San Diego will resume mostly in-person classes
"UC San Diego planning on opening the campus back up to students in September however to protect everyone involved they will carry out more than thirty thousand corona virus tests a month in looking to get back up and running UCSD is the benefits of an affiliate hospital medical school in public health program try to integrate all the data possible in order to develop a strategy to leverage the expertise that we have your account back to be able to open things as safely as possible Dr Martin is with the department of defections diseases in global public health at UCSD the point of this is to try to enable easier deter them in campus activities if you are seeking researching serving and right now the initial phase introspective thing I'm testing a grand in student but the idea is that come the fall we would expand its program to include casting about students faculty and staff at sixty five thousand tests every
Smell and Taste Loss Linked to Coronavirus in New UCSD Health Study
"Southern California doctors conduct the first study which links loss of smell to coronavirus researchers at UC San Diego asked patients with flu like symptoms if they lost their sense of smell or taste and then they were tested for corona virus Dr Carol Yan is one of the study's authors the ones that were actually
San Diego County declares local health emergency to aid coronavirus response - Los Angeles Times
"Now UCSD health says it's currently treating to coronavirus patience and a third patient is under investigation meanwhile San Diego based in Noville pharmaceuticals is one of several countries nationwide racing to develop a vaccine they've already tested on animals human trials are set to begin early
"ucsd" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Yeah I would you made everyone economic well that's right you said that okay econ major UCSD twenty seven years old okay well this is exciting you know taking the SAT is the first step if you have an interest in sales and then being a financial adviser is probably the purest expression of that because as a financial adviser we know probably what is little understood about that job is that he spend ninety percent your time on relationship management came ten percent of your time on the actual capital markets and that's one of the reasons why I didn't want to get into that line of work because I had more of an academic interest in the markets and wanted to spend more time doing that other jobs that have sales components in the securities industry I guess the other big one is to work at a bank in an institutional sales role you know so either you know cash sales and trading corporate bonds interest rates mortgages you know I mean the thing with the thing with working on the institutional side he is that side of the business is shrinking it's shrinking dramatically and yes these leads still do hire people and you know you econ major from UCSD is a pretty good resume it's it's competitive and it's also it's it's a bit of a bit of a buggy whip business you know I I think that I think that being above financial adviser especially you know if if you're looking to be a high net worth Facebook email being a financial adviser is a lot more challenging and a lot more interesting when you're dealing with people who have a lot of assets because they have their unique problems and you have to be pretty smart to help people with those problems I know a handful of people who deal with ultra high net worth people and it gets really really interesting JP Morgan is a good place to look at that U. B. S. also is a good place to look at that so yeah that would be my recommendation got.
UCSD Study Finds Link Between Roundup Herbicide And Liver Disease
"Research done at UC, San Diego linking the herbicide roundup to liver disease. Researchers studied the amount of glyphosate in the main ingredient in round up in the urine samples of two groups of people one would non alcoholic fatty liver disease in one without the study published yesterday founding glyphosate residue was higher in suspects with liver disease, regardless of possible underlying factors like age body mass index or race. The results of the study coming is the company that makes roundup facing multiple lawsuits, alleging the product causes cancer. Now, the researchers in San Diego are saying it could be a link between roundup and liver
"ucsd" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"I was going to be in business for the rest of my life. And after about two years in business. I looked at my boss, my boss's, boss, my boss's, boss's, boss and said, I don't want any of those jobs. What do I do? So I kind of went on that search like a lot of us. Do what where's my life point? Don't take it. So long story short. I started just trying different things to be a lawyer. And in the person, you could've been anything. Yeah. I mean, honestly, you're one of those people they could've been could've done anything lawyer. You know, my my parents to be a lawyer. So I was going to be a lawyer. I was in the Princeton, review course, looking at all these people that would be my colleagues on these not my people my people. So I to search my people at the time just coincidentally or maybe not I was doing job at the time here in San Diego in my class was a physician in a teaching physician at US. UCSD? They don't want to be a physician, that's it. So I started taking my Brexit UCSD due to go into western medicine, and I was talking with this physician, and she said, you know, east in that's funny that my name's eased her name. Get out of the west. Alternative to me? Is that a good thing about these? She says, why don't you go? Check out the school for acupuncture needles. There's no way absolutely no way. I'm going to. Overman person going into med school. That hates needles. You like I could have done it. I hate God. All today. Right. Club. To help kids though, you got all those things at one eighty but enough about my shorts. Help people. You know, I've always had a passion for people wanting to help. I thought medicine be the way to do it. And so two her recommendation. I went down to the school for acupuncture. I sat in on a lecture, and I was fortunate to sit in with the founder it was his class. Alex to berry was one of the founders of the school. And that was it was like literally that night. I went home. I said I found my people, and that's a good try. I went down the the next day. I said I want to apply. She's like, well we're starting on Monday. Like like, hey, isn't that funny? How wanted me there when you just finally lock onto something just all just seems to fall I'm waiting. I might Eisner when's your cake acupuncture. I've got a great, aromatherapy thing going ready. I think so so you took so how did it go from acupuncture, aromatherapy, then because there's another leap because the end of the story is she seated the thesis on merging the two together and the stones come into it. Yeah. That's still in that. I think I. I've always loved so all right. And so I always used aromatherapy in my treatment. So something I'd like to add to it. I always liked to remove therapy. In fact, some of my friends nickname, stinking not because I smelled that. Because I got always like I used to travel a lot in one of my jobs, and I would always put essential oils on my hands like the gas masks and airplanes can get all that's true. Just like smelly..
"ucsd" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"UCSD is out as well. We're blocked by the do coddle, but former Duke player analysis in John's Shiraz man talking about huddle. So I would have to think that don't your chefs is out looking at Bolton as well. Hey, he landed and landed at the base of the support on the floor kind of if you were to take that ninety degree angle and wedge your foot straight into it. So he falls in straight legs in straight down in between that and so who knows what has happened. But obviously a lot of force came down with it. So you just hope that he's. But it's not something that. Keeps them out for a long time. He immediately grabbed the knee. Exactly where to grab two because when he hit it almost looks like, he's straight leg. Disney into the base of that support. Right. Where it meets the floor his left knee. Bolden is grabbing a hold of. Here in the Smith center. And there's a certain amount of this just is for any player. Just scary. As can be because you know, how important me is. But there's also a part of it that is a shock factor. And then you start realizing, okay? What just how badly am I heard or potential AM? I heard. So certainly Falwell wishes with Marquis right now is to Laurie. What's going on? Eric delory is going to check in for him. And he is now up to a standing position. Seventeen twenty seven to go first half. Tar heels up five to early. Brooks will be at the free throw line action stops after Holden. Really nasty tumble to the basket. Support Brooks, both emboldened will have an arm around teammate on either side. As he's gonna limb to the back. Kenny Williams goes to say something to quickly. And second consecutive game. Which these teams play that a Duke player? Is injured early this time in his golden. So now everybody will try and regroup as we told you to Loria has checked in for the blue devils. Brooks will be to the line for two shots where he is made six of seven, but over the last seven games had just had been there. Very often. This off. Moore's I three throw off the back iron up in the air and off the right side of the rim. No good. On a long time to think about these two free throws. Remains five two. Second one is in for Brooks. And it's six two. Targes start tearing immediately after somebody gets injured, but that free throw's started to open the top Carolina's fans reddish long two and a foul called on Cameron Johnson. Reddish came up way short on the shot and Johnson called for the foul hitting radishes arm on the jumpers. And now reddish will go to the line where he is seventy six percent shooter. He'll have to shots. And the first one spins in seventeen eighteen to go first half. Now, six three Carolina with the early lead. About reddish that I think is really understated is just how much his height. Asset for his style of play. I mean, we talk a lot about him Johnston and his size, and he's such a mismatch radishes taller than even Cam by interest. So Luke maye slips a strain on the right side gets the ball. Kenny Williams left corner tap past the white white back at the top of the key came from space. He'll take the free rattles out. Brooks fighting hard for the rebound off. Of. Rooks last Rodriguez and Bill Covington had to confer for a moment, and it will belong to do sixteen fifty seven to go in the first half. Good. Look there from white who has already taken three three pointers made one the tar heels five of their six shots have been threes. They are one of five Carolina leading six four but do cast the basketball. Cream for Jones to get to the middle of the floor for the blue devils over to Barrett. Jab step now, he'll try along three. No good. Luke maye with the rebound may pitch ahead to Kenny Williams down in front of everybody for the easy to go. You haven't had some of the early backside of the defense success that Carolina did over a camera. But what they have had to push ahead that have resulted in point eight four. O'connell left wing corner left Jones spinach rates into the paint. He scoops it up from the right side. Started from the left finished on the right Gobi like flying frontside had a tipped away for a moment. Able to get it back. Eight six the score may guarded by Loria bounces right elbow to Brooks. Kenny Williams behind to Cameron Johnson long. Look at a triple good may gets the rebound. Now. He's in a fight for the loose ball loose on the deck. And eventually do gotta there with it. Barrett. Gonna come frontside left in the line boy uses Fati to push Johnson away and Bank it in Allie flexes his muscles as he ties the game field push ahead of broad sand. Has it blocked from behind by Laurie as he tried to get? No whistle. As Duke is tied it up at eight to O'Connell O'Connell traveled as he slid on his drive left and lane. Metal turn it back over to the tar heels. Carolina will have the basketball when action resumes. Fifteen thirty five the store on the UPS or excuse me. The time the score on the UPS scoreboard. Reads, eight eight between the heels and the devil devil's. That's brought to you by UPS working together to achieve great things. Just like the tar heels that's problem-solving. Visit UPS dot com. To learn more ups, proud partner of Carolina athletics. Eight eight knotted up about four.
"ucsd" Discussed on KCRW
"KCRW next week with more. KCRW sponsors include net. Flicks presenting triple frontier starring Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac and Charlie Hunnam, former special forces operatives attempt to rob a violent cartel in triple frontier inflect theaters now in on that flex March thirteenth rated r. Support comes from UCSB arts and lectures, presenting Elizabeth Rosenthal March thirteenth at the new Vic editor in chief of Kaiser health news Rosenthal is also the author of an American sickness a shocking investigation of America's healthcare system, a former ER physician and award winning reporter for the New York Times. She'll unpack one of the nation's most complex institutions and examine what people can do to repair it to get arts and lectures, UCSD dot Six forty eight a KCRW. Good evening. I'm Steve take us and the waning moments of all things considered. I hope you'll stick around though, because we have left right and center, seven o'clock tonight, the latest politics and a lot to talk about to the president, of course, talking and visiting Alabama this week in the wake of tornado damage in that state. But also talking a lot about the Paul Manafort affair as well. And Paul Manafort, of course, sentenced to just under four years in prison. More on that coming up in the ramification with the president had to say about it and analysis to left right and center, seven o'clock in just a few minutes right here on KCRW beyond that music for you to help you sort of clear the pallet as it were to get you into the weekend. We'll have more news covers though, obviously tomorrow morning weekend edition Saturday and Sunday to right here on KCRW. Holly Adams is looking at traffic across the area. Hello, holly. What's happening? Hello. While Orange County's been a tough ride today. We have in custody. Now on the northbound seventy three before bears street. It looks like we have a crash in the center divider. Also in cerita eastbound ninety one at karma Nita collision there that wants taking up the right shoulder. It's moved to the right shoulder. But traffic is still slow from shoemaker kalaiana. Thank you support for NPR comes from Elsevier. Global information. That'll lyrics business serving scientists and clinicians with a commitment to helping them to manage their work more efficiently. So they can spend more time making breakthroughs Elsevier dot com. Ten minutes to seven right now..
Emphysema, Wagner And Dr Mazen discussed on Dr. Daliah
"Very rare curse the UPN acquire food allergy from an donor organ. That's according to Dr Mazen audit, a fellow in pulmonary and critical care medicine at UCSD. There have been only four or five cases in which organ recipients have acquire peanut allergies with full access following a lung transplant. So the woman in this case needed a single on to trigger emphysema. So emphysema's kind of like, you know, when you blow up a balloon so much you let the air out of the balloon up and let the air out where the blue just sitting there kind of Wagner. He was some Irinej, and it doesn't really have that compression to push the air out. That's like an emphasis along. And so you aren't getting a lot of air in and you're not getting to older out. So you're not getting good gas exchange, which you need you need to oxygen your blood. So you're not getting good gas exchange. And so he needed a lung transplant. So she received a new left
"ucsd" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"So it was just so it was just it was. It was actually transcendent the way everything worked. Jimmy, did a great job putting everyone together, so I entered ucsd people. And then I came out and and I I was ready to do my bit man. I was ready to play with slash and Jimmy, and we laid into. And I did all right, I, I'm proud of how I did. I wasn't nervous. It was an amazing experience. That's what I'm trying to say. And for those of you who are wondering if I was going to choke or whether I was gonna follow through or whatever I followed through, and I feel pretty confident with how I perform. The one thing I realized is that I am a, I am a guitar player. I'm not a professional musician. I do not have the range of the chops to be a professional musician, but I can. I can. I can lay down some pretty good, booze rifts and I can rock out a bit. But these guys, these, these, these men and women. On the front lines of performing music for a living. That is some that is some fucking skill man, and I and I and I love it and I envy it and I'm an off it. It was an honor in and very exciting thing for lifelong guitar. Guy like myself to trade licks with Jimmy vino and slash it was it was exciting. It was like a goddamn ride that you didn't want to end really, you know, you get up there and and and you're doing it and it goes by so fast and then and then I was sort of like woke, can we now that I'm relaxed. We do a couple more numbers in my head, but that was my moment that was my time and it was. It was definitely a high point, a high point in my life in a lot of ways to I never thought I'd get to do that. It was great. It's an on-demand world people. You can get practically everything on demand like this podcast, you listen when you want, not when anyone tells you to no matter how many times I say do it up and.
There's Going to Be a Dance Dance Revolution Movie
"Dance revolution movie in the works. Greg silverman's recently launched stampede is developing a movie version of the video game dance dance revolution. The project will explore a world on the brink of destruction where the only hope is unite to the universal language of dance. Stampede will partner on the movie with producers j Todd Harris, and Mark marcum of branded entertainment and the intellectual property under a co- NAMI her first entered ucsd dance revolution, Japan in nineteen ninety eight video the video game, which is released several editions over the past years, utilize dance platform or Matt. So
"ucsd" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Last year. So we do have the permit to go over the Coronado bridge for a cycling routes would. So so where does this? So first of all you have several routes people are riding their bikes and raising money for cancer research. Correct. The whole goal is to raise as much funding for local cancer research is possible last year, we donate a two point four million in we're hoping to raise three million this year. So can ride a bike over the page. Like, I said anywhere from twenty five to one hundred miles. What about electric bikes, you can ride electric bike, great, motorcycles, but electric bikes cruiser there? I want to go over the bridge. I have two of them one for each leg. Yes. Thank you. Oh, yeah. It's a beach cruiser big. Yeah. One of the political is out. There is a basket. I can go to the grocery store case. Exactly. That's right. Yeah. But the money you mentioned stays for research. And San Diego's got to be one of the top cancer research. Yes. All UCSD. Vernon practice and Rady children's fund. We are sitting for for for tourism and weather. We're also does Asian city for people trying to get a cure for cancer. There's a lot of people that come here. Just for this purpose. Yeah. We've had some pretty cutting edge clinical trial research projects and one of the ones who jumps out you're talking about the mall and your head is is a melanoma project for one more second. I would have been over what mole on his head. Yeah. We find it. Forty two local research projects in San Diego that likely wouldn't get funded. If we didn't provide that early seed research into our goal is that they get more data. And then they go on and they apply for a major grant from NIH and get millions on the road. So we're starting to see that return cancer fighters this city's spot where you pick a plot of melanoma. Because again, like we just said during Christmas route suntanning, and so if you're a fair skin look out, one of the researchers that we funded at UCSD is Dr Greg Daniels, and I've met a number of his patients that have said they've been diagnosed with stage four melanoma literally planned his wake, and he went to Israel and came back. This is he was diagnosed with stage four terminal melanoma. He's doing awesome. He rides in the event every year and falls. Oh, that's great. So talk about the money. The people want to know first of all if they can't get out here to ride, but I want your recruiting writers, still, correct? We are recruiting writers that you can also we have a new. Five K walk run this year, that's family friendly. So we hope the whole beer garden that you can just sit. Here we go onto the donate for a car crew. Chugging any everyone that finishes on the field? At Petco park is welcome to join the beer tents afterwards. There you go. I like it. I'm listening and you're gonna play right? Yes. The best plan. Yeah. You're gonna sit until we. Yeah. Wherever I album coming out this year with many of the people from Eric Clapton's band. And here we lose what a great view from there on November seventeen. I don't know. Why? So is that we're playing there as people are coming in. Nice finishes on centerfield and there's food and beer parties. Sully is going to be wanna go. I haven't liked it. Why aren't I going? When is November November's? Well, the house going on it usually don't pay attention. I'm always because you don't get a chance to to ride on those roads on a bike the whole path. Like you say, by the way, this is important because you can be an avid cyclist and go right one hundred miles you can ride five miles at the if you want. I did not go anywhere. Visit. So what are the lengths five ten twenty five hundred the lowest is twenty five hundred twenty five miles over the bridge over the bridge. Someone can you swim across swim run hill. I say. Walk around. You can do spin class on the field. You can bring your kids as a kid. Like last year. In eighteen hundred and sixty thousand people. Wow. It's a great day for the whole community though because everyone finishes on the field. And then we feature some of our researchers who can find it. And they tell their stories about that. How the research is advancing. Sure lives. Exactly. So the route goes are all around San Diego, countless if you've never read your by November San Diego. It is literally the prettiest of the year. How do you? How do you stand out from other bike ride bike for this caused by that goes right over the thing? I think there are a couple of things one is from the mission perspective we donate one hundred percent of what participants ride at raised to research. Okay. Don't take a cut of that. We don't send it to national headquarters. Everything goes to the mission. Then from an event perspective, we get to take over all a Petco park. So your locker room celebration on the field, we provide a lot of traffic control. So the route is very safe people say I've done every right in San Diego. And this is very well. Supported people in cars driving around to support writers who if you get a flat tire bringing your water scotch and water. What is are? We have an early bird thing happening Ciller. What's what's the latest promotions? Yeah. So there's two hundred and fifty dollars off fundraising for cycling if you registered with one of the last remaining spots in the early bird. And we will do probably somewhere promotions and the next month or so so hopefully, all right. I'm Ron can how early does this thing start. Support this likely support because a lot of people are involved. So wanna do this? I don't like giving up early. The five K starts at ten AM. Mile ride.
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Barclays Center Will Ban Plastic Straws By End Of Year
"See what comes up This is a Yeah that's me what picture they. Got up there Download and subscribe at apple podcast Google play and the Westwood. One, podcast app from the Westwood One podcast network At least fourteen people have died. After a magnitude six point four earthquake hit Indonesia's Lombok island early this morning a bigger arena is banning straws New York's Barclay center home to, the NBA's nets in the NHL islanders. Announces that they will. Eliminate drinking straws by the end of the year do their poor effects on the environment BSE. Global who operates the arena says this will divert almost four million straws a year from going. To the dumps the New York City council is considering legislation that would ban. Single use plastic straws and stirs I'm Tim show vers and this is. Major league baseball hall of fame, weekend the induction ceremony. Is set, for later, this afternoon in, Cooperstown New, York, among, those going into the hall. The Braves. Chipper Jones Vladimir Guerrero Jim Thome and Trevor Hoffman I'm Christopher cruise SF oh. Traffic good morning well. It is all about obstructions on your roadway and we, do, have some roadwork and just a heads up the NHRA at raceway happening today, and expect some hefty delays making. Your way to, that event some roadwork five eighty. Westbound at Bayview avenue closing all your lanes down and then twelve eastbound at Abernathy moving through Fairfield looks like all lanes are going to be, closed until midnight tonight also eighty westbound. At Columbus Parkway that. Obstruction is off to the shoulder so that's some good news but it looks like we have. Another obstruction on your this is four westbound just west of lone tree way bypass and then. We have reports of a stalled out vehicle but the good news that is. Off to the center divider and it's not really creating a delay on. Your roadway this is one zero, one southbound just north. Of Coyote creek golf drive with hey, SF SFO try Traffic. I'm Katherine whole tree. You're listening to Bob damn in the garden on talk, radio, five sixty ks Okay let's hear further garden with Bob Canham and this is the time of the. Program. Where, eighty. Comes on, and shake, tells. You all the wonderful things going on in the bay area welcome thanks daddy all. Right good morning everybody. Here we go with all of the events that I've got, written down here Let's see fall and winter vegetables talking about that earlier UCSD gardeners and. Napa county. Invite the community to join them for a public guarding. Workshop fall and. Winter vegetables this, workshop will be held on August eighteenth two thousand eighteen from nine thirty until eleven. Thirty and this is at the UCSE meeting. Room at seventeen ten Cisco avenue and Napa create your own garden to table movement growing vegetables. There's a fight alleged, charge per, person, for, this, workshop registration is preferred. Seating. Is limited so so you would like to make sure.
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"Rogatsky Hello Laura Is a. Doctor, here She's a professor of, cognitive sciences at UCSD which is one of the top. Universities in this country when I went to UCSD. They were still here we're dry ball was still there What is it called the war. In school was worn school it called. College I went there in nineteen seventy nine back then nineteen thirty nine hundred eighty and honestly I. Served most of the time down the street I. Was also in the cannabis business Yes Professor. Dot all. Right so talk about talk about human communication because that's what you talk about, it isn't that? Really what's what's your specialty is is how we communicate as? Humans. Yeah so there are about seven thousand languages that human speak around the, world and there used to be many. More In? Every language differs from the, next? And all, kinds of ways for each. Language is its own little cognitive, universe so. The way. That you think the way you see the world instead of being shaped subtly, by the structures? Of the language wow but of course we don't notice those. Things. Right so we speak English here right we slander six thousand nine hundred. Ninety nine of them floating out there I know but you but you talked about something about the nuances. Right. There's there's ways we say things in different parts? Of the state different parts, of? The of, the much less the world. Talk about that a little bit Even in English you you asked whether it, applies? To money language applies to money but of course there are lots, of examples like that so in the eighties there is. A diet candy brand called aids Oh my Business, yeah I don't need to tell you. Why Business or take for example, there's an. Energy drinks sold in Asia Porcari, sweat, now you probably. Don't have Picardy sweat Stockton your machine Don't want a big bottles..
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"With the healthy up to was ucsd ski rose i have a question for sibley when it comes back yeah bet you do did you watch that a keep calling it say genesis did you watch any of that new japan i'm hoping to watch that after we're done you watch that clip i sent though of will operate mardi skirl during the fucking oh yeah the one on the apron holy god leave it to japan where the guy does it you're like oh fuck usually it's the opposite usually you're like oh my fucking god then they show the replay and you're like oh that was way safer than i thought it was yeah the live feed you like oh that was crazy the replay like oh kids this guy will offer he smashed his fucking head on the ray apron on the outside the second hardest part of the ring did you see that picture tana shannon exercise bike at doj oh no he like they shot they must've film something at the doj l and then they just shot like he had them take another picture and he's just in his full gear like sitting on an exercise bike and it's it's outstanding check this out i didn't know squirrel had that in who the the spot matt sent us didn't who didn't have are you confer squirrel i didn't know he had it in them so this morning when you wrote back you wrote scroll just to fuck with us.
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"Of real protection the international norm is that nation states will not attack critical infrastructure now former homeland security secretary jay johnson leads incumbent upon the victim state to then do something about it if they're critical infrastructure is attacked but the designation makes clear that we consider election infrastructure to be critical infrastructure like government like our defense industry like our financial services indoor well i don't disagree this critical infrastructure i do i'm not sure i agree that calling it critical infrastructure provides much of a level of security right now my last question for this panel secretary nelson you mentioned the election assistance commission a couple of times you have concerns that we're moving into an area here where that commission and your agency will not quite know where the how do we define this in a way that creates the lines of responsibility so that somebody knows who is responsible and what they're responsible for yeah we're working very closely with ese we've created a government coordinating council ucsd just sit on that long with a variety of state and local election officials ese certifies the systems ese has the voluntary voting system guidelines were working with them and this update those they need to be updated we hope that the final draft will come out next month we need to continue to work with them to expedite that so that we have a guideline that reflects the current threat but i would say i think the role between da is clear right now it's just making sure that we're doing it in lockstep so that we're together providing the assistance that the states need some questions for the record on on that topic.
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"A nobody really wanted associated suddenly i went from winning every teaching award at both universities i had been n two maybe four or five people in these large auditoriums that would show up to my talks on health and healing because we can throw the word healing into a science talk i everybody runs the other way of thinking that juror some sort of a woo uh you know artist out there may be a maybe someone owes crazy california doctors or something like that but the really rapid way to lose the attention of scientists that are making their living in creating their role view around chronic disease management so you basically decided you you take your heads you'd call a like you see it uh which takes a certain amount of courage and after you did that what was what was the first movie deborah of like okay now i understand i have this paradigm i understand it bacteria in the gut are talking to my no kandari and the body so how did you with at new knowledge how did you go about doing something with that in your clinic yeah this stage we had an realize i hadn't realized at all and as a field there was no talk about how the bacteria were talking across the spectrum at this point read ox molecules was really something that was near regarded as a mighty cadre event inside the human cells there was no concept of how the bacteria could possibly be talking inside the cells however there were some interesting rumblings coming from some of those crazy hippie doctors in california ucsd see us at four starting put out some papers on the microbiome genetics so they were started is look in the genome mix of the microbiome and they were finding some remarkable correlations of if this bacteria is present than you're going to get this cancer if these bacteria are missing year going to get this cancer so we're starting to see these correlations between microbiome genome x and human disease outcomes and that was complete copy car crazy stop talking in our in our belief system round how cancer happened in what it was as a disease process and everything else and in seoul.
"ucsd" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast
"So give that money and we'll wrap up with everyone's favorite segment weekly words of wisdom i writer scout to foyer covered phillies blackstar film festival which he said was the highlight of his movie going year and this year give a really inspiring address that he wrote up on the phones will not come i don't know if you know this but do rene didn't even pick up a camera until she was thirty two and before that she had worked in film pr so how did she train as a filmmaker no film school she credits post screening qna is screenwriting books listening to directors talk about their work on press junkets and good oldfashioned dvd commentaries do rene said quote i'm telling you it's the cheapest film school you can do imagine this your favorite movie the director's going to sit down with you one on one and walk you through their movie what they did and what they were thinking about how that shot came to be i mean it's gold for people who want to learn what they're doing i watched to so many directors commentaries so it was nice to have an affirmation of what we always say here are no film school get out there to as many festivals and events as possible to learn and take advantage of all the director interviews and behind the scenes videos we have on no fills goldogob and my weekly words of wisdom uh i wrote up a really interesting article this week about how to write a greek plot twists and actually ended up confirming a suspicion that i've had for a long time and that suspicion is that spoilers really don't end up making you like the film any less in fact a ucsd study actually prove that they can increase your enjoyment of the film because you are more engaged in finding clues that would have made the twist ending surprising.
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"An interesting so were on the hillside an way yes so i had it so i went to san diego state from and a grad and i and my last year i had a bunch of just like free elective that i just needed attacked graduate and so i was taking biology and neuroscience courses i had almost gone to s c for the psycho bio program and then also sds you combined with ucsd has a joy i was at rental neuro psychology per hughley competitive clinical neuropsychologist so there so there were good there were good school i enjoyed it there and um and that my last year i had this health psyched teacher that was really in two whoo injures that you have if for of modify into a an actually like ice like he was part of this like the pyramid schemes supplement like multilevel marketing supplement program and i was buying supplements on hand when they called again i i seem driving around in their trucks they always have build sticker on the back of their trident remember the brand of this plan life yeah i guess there's a future summit i don't remember the i don't remember this now but like he totally planted and like you know we went through motivational interviewing and what is blew my mind ray and it was but all the motivational interviewing was all like aimed at making lifestyle choices and proper nutritional choices and then somehow this like ba lead into naturopathy is that the when i found the naturopathic medicine program at best year online you know the marketing language that they use to have which has changed since i started blogging.
"ucsd" Discussed on Weekly Infusion
"That royal out i mean i it's not just uh the fda that the making the determination i mean that might experience has been that uh on colleges uh are very conservative group i mean i i used to sit in on the ground rant grand rounds at ucsd in my overwhelming impression was their main concern is that didn't want to be blamed for anything then so that makes very conservative uh uh i i can answer your question is the why because it ultimately depends on the base rate is success and if you're base rate is as low as it is with galil blessed obama the idea that you use the same model that you use for treating squamous cell sk skin cancer uh it's just not very intelligent mean you you need a different approach and in so anything that uh and you can immunity to show that the drug does something uh obviously and and good animal model can do that and and early stage clinical trials where you see to or shrinkage can do that uh the gia but you're you're not likely to get a placebo affects for glee over with our own ask you about the blame that you're you're noticing do you mean the want to be seen as making the outcome worse while no they don't want to try anything that is all off the beaten path and then you have a bad outcome you you know word we are drilled at door ahead do no harm you know that's the consider the absolute cardinal rule against which all as measured and so if you make an outcome worst because of something you do that is a cardinal sin and all us benefit the question i think what you're saying is as a bystander when the outcomes are so bad way why can't you buy can't you flexed that a little bit is that what you're asking yes an also uh the question is who make the decision about for the risk taking level should be i mean i've been made that doctors don't think that the patient has the right to decide to take a risk right in amendment it's important patient.