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"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:13 min | 8 months ago

"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To the backyard, the actual leaves in the backyard. He's a little quicker about it. He'll go. He'll do his business. And then he'll chase some squirrels. And because we got a whole like thing in the backyard because we feed the birds, which brings the cats, which brings the Hawks that it also I think they're coyotes. I know there's not far because you can hear them and there's a fire station. Half mile away, All right, and when the ambulance leaves, and it doesn't do it for police cars When the ambulance what? That specific ambulance siren Except when they're in a cross, like a cross way. Whatever, you know, intersection you here tonight, anyway, the coyote started howling or whatever the hell the coyotes do. I don't know if they think it's ah, Coyote and heat. I don't know what how that works. It's beyond my pay grade. But what I'm trying to say is and I should have a vet on or maybe, you know, we can do something with the S P c a again and help some people at the same time, but animals, But how the hell does that don't mean he rations it. Because if we go three miles, he still has to go on the tree right near the front of the house again before he comes in. Sometimes I think he's going in Sands coming out like there's nothing there. I have no idea how he pulls that off. It's a man and he doesn't know how far we're walking. I don't know until he Unless I have a timetable, like I got to get here and get your business done, man because you're stuck for a while. It's a very weird Animal. I'm sorry about that weird When you get a show, you can go off on a tirade in annoyed people like I just did, But I appreciate you staying to listen. I would like to talk to the dog, but you know, he hears everything. But you don't listen very well. It's a problem. Uh, so you're something else going on? Program. Might hurt him there big grocery chain to get a big high rise downtown built in the fifties, which still looks like an awesome building. And, uh, they got a lot of groceries of different names around the country. Kroeger here. And, uh, They're doing some really cool. I think anyway, and it would be nice if I heard media would do this, but probably gonna happen, But I'd be wise, You know, I mean, cause I could use the dough on this extra money. You know, Here's a Kroger's doing if you work for Kroger. Gonna give you a hand. Oh, Forget it. If you get the vaccination for the pandemic in the cove in 19, you know which was good because it makes everybody safer. And really probably benefits them on the bottom line is well, It's just the general good for the community. And if you have a religious reasons were maybe you don't do that type of thing. You know, whatever reason, that would be with God stuff. Or maybe you got a health problem. You're like, No, I can't get the shot. Or shot depending because a single dose eyes coming sooner than later from Johnson and Johnson. And what have you and there's now I think another 30 year, I think or 40,000 different. Doses that are actually expecting to hit pharmacies around Ohio in the next week or so, which is good news about even if you don't get the shot for religious or health reasons, they'll still give him some money. If you take a course on like You know, protocols for health and and cleaning and all the stuff to keep you and those around you is safe as possible. So all I'm saying is hollow I heart media bosses. I don't know. I can't speak for Jeff. Car can't speak for Eddie and Rocky. Different pay. Great. I can't speak for Mike McConnell. I can't speak for Sloane E. I don't want to speak for Lance. I can't speak for well, He certainly different pay grade Marconi winter multiple times, by the way on his own. He's a superstar and on TV. Previously I don't know about in reruns. All that work but an extra 100 who wouldn't do it for $100? Well, I mean, you know, I mean, you know, and I take that even if, like, you know, for religious reasons to take the class, get the hunter. I think you still paying people $100 may be our only hope. I'm not miss speaking. And I'm not trying to irritate anybody. But I think that's good that they're doing that. All I'm saying is I heart media. I'll take the extra 100. If I can get I'll get the shots and give me $100. I'll show you I'll film it and put it online video it when I When I can actually get it. I probably won't be able to get it until 2023 at this rate. I mean, they're just now two people 70 and older. I'm not there yet, but I would like to get the shots at some point so we could get to some normalcy at some point in time. Sometime soon all I'm saying if I could get paid in the process I'm always trying to get paid. Jeff Carr, would you take the extra Honda or or in fact, you know what I would do? I would donate half of my 100 to the free store food bank and help others there is no I mean, I would, too. I had a couple of months ago. Do you do you still get the vaccine if you've had it Yeah, they think they recommended after that window of time. Yeah. Next time we have one of the doctors on we'll talk about we have a rotation of docks. I've got like 45 doctors or their organizations and medical groups. From University, Cincinnati to try Health, Premier Health University Nebraska Medical Center and there's another one that I forgetting, and that's what a dick move on my part because they've come on the show. Anytime I ask. Sorry, um We'll ask him is all I'm trying to say, but, you know, they think they say, Yeah, you should. You should go ahead and get it. Yeah, I definitely do it for 100. But I'm with you..

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"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:14 min | 8 months ago

"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Can you help me with the phone calls that we have a caller to whom I shall speak? Nothing good. Oh, my God. You guys are pretty tough, aren't you? Is Ricci V sleeping, or he just says the callers. Don't don't make it opening Richie Visa, Mike, please. You're not happy with the callers who are calling in Ricci v. Along. Problem is that they can't They want to talk about conspiracy stuff? You know, we're not in the conspiracy stuff. Those are other shows. All right. Thank you. I got it. Was they like to say on the What is it? The gym shopping channel. I'll move on. Let's move on. Ever see that channel Mr Producer. It fascinates me. With the wheels that go around with all the jury on you do watch it sometimes. I love these guys. I'm sorry. Late in gentlemen's my show. I'm just moving a little bit off. I love these guys like Marvin. And Daniel and other sky This is the greatest piece of jewelry I've ever seen. A man on my God look at the sparkle in the now. Yeah, you'll never see anything like this again. Now this is 24 7. Mind you And it's fantastic. It goes round and round the way it helps me sleep it just but it is fantastic. You see how that market works, and so far, I really I really the gym shopping there. It's really fantastic in my humble opinion. All right there. You learn more about me more than you want to know. My poor wife has to put up with this, by the way. Her stuff. That's that's Mr Producer. How do you know I don't I am very generous with my family. Absolutely. Career. Scientists in frontline staff at the CDC to blame for coronavirus shortfalls not just Trump administration report finds Wow. How much attention is this Got Mr producer. Like none. My friends of the Daily wire. Ash shall Throughout the Corona virus pandemic. President Trump was blamed almost exclusively for the highly infectious virus from China. New evidence suggests the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's actions and inactions help the virus freak have it on the United States. Rod has reported Friday that the CDC quote miss chances to spot Covitz. Silence spread unquote early on in the pandemic when 57 people with the virus showed up at a Nebraska military base in February after being evacuated from Wuhan, China. The virus was discovered that people were quarantined. But the CDC refused to allow University Nebraska Medical Center researchers from testing the group because it's a Back. Bureaucracy. The agency, according to a letter from the CDC brought up consent issues from the quarantine group wearing they may feel coerced into testing there for the test would be unethical. CDC does not approve this study of CDC official wrote. Please discontinue all contact with the travelers for research purposes. I want to circle back to this..

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"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:07 min | 8 months ago

"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Glad you're here. Well, let a part of the last year we've been living in a Strange times. Well, lockdowns and Refuse and masks and distancing and sanitizing focusing on issues. Maybe to a certain extent we should always on don't know what the rest of our lives will be like, but issues of hygiene and distancing and all the other things to go along with that. And a guy who was really no business taking our call. But for some reason took the call continues to make time for us to help us make sense of the infectious disease stuff. A lot of the days in the past years ago having Dr Khan on when I could say Hey, tell me about donkey fever. Tell me about measles and mumps and the rest of the world and what they're dealing with. Tell me about your days. Putting on that crazy has met suit drafted, dropping in in these far away places going after Ebola's tell me about the boat people that came into the university Nebraska Medical Center that it had the cove it and how you helped get most of them back to health and and back around the world and all the things to go with it, And he's like, Yeah, I'll give you time. This is Hey, can I Can I talk to the people Can we do ask Dr Khan on the radio and maybe on Twitter Red Sterling Radio and I go well, Yes. We can So happy Sunday and thank you for making time. Dr Khan. How are you? How is everything? Welcome back to 700 wlw was sterling. Thank you for telling always a pleasure to chat with you. And yet how unusual that instead of talking about pandemics elsewhere outbreaks elsewhere in the world? We're talking about it here in the United States. I love your audience and one of the key things that's going to get us out of this nightmare of Pandemic is making sure that we're good educators and communicating with everybody. So thanks for the opportunity always appreciate you being here with us. Let's start with something before we give people a chance to call and maybe some tweets because time is limited, and I don't want to waste it. We talk previously about variants to other virus, and it's fairly common whether it's the flu in this case Cove in 19 stars Cody to, uh, situation. What are we looking at? From the UK and elsewhere? Seems to me that we're hearing every day. About one or two. Maura the question about being more infectious, maybe more deadly. What do you know? So these viruses are very sloppy when they reproduce and variants are very common with these viruses. Unfortunately, what we've seen since this outbreak has continued unabated across the world is that enough of these sort of sloppiness in their genetic material has caused them toe become more infectious. So we are there We are aware of three or four different variants. Some people called him the UK variant. South African variant the Brazil variant, except but we are aware of variance now that are clearly more infectious than the routine disease, and until recently, we thought that that was all it was them one factors which is bad enough, but over the weekend that the In the United Kingdom. They have reported that Not only is there Varian 30 to 70% more infectious, but it's potentially 30% more deadly. So this is a significant concern, and many countries have been closing their borders to Britain. In an effort to try to prevent the variance from entering. But as we already know, Thies, these variants already spreading worldwide and Here in the United States. There's projections that by March this British this variant B 11.7, which is a technical name, since we don't like to blame the country's for illnesses anymore, But this be 11.7 billion may well represent the majority of our cases by March that quickly well Um, yeah, it spreads very fast. Dr. Khan is we look at this and where we are on vaccines. Uh, there is a new administration. They talked about opening things up and getting more vaccine available. We've had clogs and distribution on logistics, apparently in some cases. Questions about the amount of vaccine and vials changes in the last week or so, I guess is they're going to provide less, but then get credit and paid for having more of the actual vaccine in the vials that they're shipping. I don't know about continuity and consistency in that, but that you're well, you know, I guess Wheelhouse. Um, And there's the two dose with what we've seen so far. And Johnson Johnson apparently coming down the pike with a single dose pending one's age. What do we know in the difference from the two dose to the windows? So the vaccine story is more good news on top of more good news on even the bad news, which is that we don't have enough supply is good news, which means people wanted on guard has been without a doubt of mismatch between supply and demand. And more vaccine available than has been put into people's arm. But those operational issues are quickly being resolved, and hopefully soon we'll get to at least 75 80% of every dose. That's out there is going into somebody's on so those operational issues are also getting Much better. So the good news is we're vaccinating about a million a day, and that's going to be once they get their second dose of, you know, another million people that less likely didn't get Severe illnesses. President Biden has laid out an ambitious plan of one million doses of days for the next 100 days. And hopefully if there is this to other vaccines in the pipeline on day that we are watching very closely. One as you just mentioned was the Johnson and Johnson of Johnson back in. That's going to be a single dose vaccine, which would be excellent because the logistics get so much easier when it's just one does. You don't need to follow up with anybody After that one does, And plus, that'll make all sorts of additional next scene available to us because we've already He bought that vaccine. Then there's another vaccine That's already been license sterling in the UK in a number of other countries, calls and AstraZeneca or Oxford vaccine on so that's already been long since we've already pre bought that vaccine, also a destitute, reflecting on if fact it's approved by the FDA. They'll be yet additional vaccine.

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"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:05 min | 8 months ago

"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Khan, Infectious disease expert Dina Public Health, You know, University Nebraska Medical Center that on the show before part of my It's weird that this is where we are in pandemic times. Have a rotation of physicians and experts and infectious disease from the University of Cincinnati. Try health, premier health and this guy for some reason, who took my call who used to oversee the CDC cilia strategic supply of stuff that somehow wasn't there. He was not on the job at the time. When all this hell happened with the cove in 19, But either way Dr Khan wants to come on. We welcome him. We'll talk to him in about 30 minutes, and it will also do maybe a little ask Dr Khan, where it's not just my questions, or Jeff cars producing the show. But yours If you want to know about vaccines or whatever you can tweet at Sterling Radio on then maybe we'll get some people lined up on the phone when the time comes and will rip through because it's not just my I got lots of questions. That's all I've ever had as a kid. You think I'm annoying now asking questions. Uh, imagine me being like, five years old. It hasn't changed a lot. I'm just taller and I drive now that's basically it And I'm like I'm on my own, trying to like, survive the world. Also Tim McGee going to join his former Bengal wide receiver who we get to hear regularly during Bangles times. Unfortunately, not this conference championship weekend with the NFL games, kicking off the pregame at two o'clock here, But he does the postgame show and sports talk stuff, which took Ludwig. But we'll talk to Tim about what he sees because he's been to these championship games before he's been to the Super Bowl, and we'll see what it's like and what he sees between this Tampa Bay game up in Green Bay. They're trying to get back to Tampa to play in their own state, which has never happened before. I wondered about that. And talking to David Purdom from ESPN Chalk on Friday night, no team has ever gotten to the Super Bowl and playing their own place. So that could be a first and I'm Tom Brady is only like 276 years old in football years. It's only a slight exaggeration. Aaron Rodgers about 182 and has just been spectacular, so that should be a good one of them. The Bills and Kansas City Holy crap, You got a team trying to get back to the Super Bowl and do it again. Concussion or otherwise, there's a lot of layers to this. We'll talk to Tim McGee about in just about an hour. I want to start, though, with something And Ah, I I've spent the last I was off yesterday. Gamble and Finn were on because there was no basketball because a covert stuff And I got some love email. I got some hate email. I'm fine with both. You can email to sterling at 700 wlw dot com. But here's the thing. So Friday night. I wasn't wrong and what I discussed and what I said in my position, But my messaging was wrong. My I got worked up. I got I was viscerally affected. By what's been going on like a lot of people. And I did not maintain my cool in my calm collective self. I got a little worked up. I arguably could have been. This chick has told me before, maybe a little bit belligerent. The podcast is there for you to listen to later and I'm man enough. To say I'm sorry. On Lee about my aggressive nature and dealing with the weirdness, not for Mike. I'm absolutely right about what? And if you're not aware because it was Friday night, maybe you have a life and you weren't driving around and you were forced because of the curfew. That's another week after 10 o'clock, you're supposed to be home huddled down safely to stay away from the virus. Maybe you missed it. I don't know. I would hope that you were here. But see, I all I can see. Is Jeff now and then 71 to my right into the left the hallway and it doesn't matter So I don't know wherever you are now in 71 75. I can't peer through the speaker. Good. I mean, I just did it, but I can't really see you. So if you did not hear the show Which is ridiculous. You should Everyone's doing it. Millions of people. Here's what part of the conversation was about. We did a lot of things. It wasn't just what I'm about to get mention here, and I'll give you a chance in the next segment to sound off on a little bit, and then I think we can package it up and put it away. I've had family. I've had friends. I've had family and in radio friend. And others approach me. And talk about these very strange days in which we're living and the conversation on. I know I'm already sick to my stomach, just starting to mention it again, but I wanted to apologize. Again, not because I was wrong, but because of the way I may be delivered the message or responded to people who were Not right. And I should be better than that. What has been presented to me. Is that for unity sake So we can all get past and get healthy and get along again. Is that it should be really no penalty for what the hell happened..

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"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:15 min | 10 months ago

"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Keep people safe and in the thick of it in the past. Early on in this cove in 19 pandemic, dealing with what I affectionately called the boat people on those cruise ships. They went to the university Nebraska Medical Center where he's the dean of public health. He knows a thing or two about infectious disease, and he's always kind enough to share his insights with us and we appreciate it. He is Dr Ali Khan becoming always a pleasure. That chap if you and your spot on only the facts here, yes. So where are we in the We have heard good news about the vaccine, which means that there is hope in the near distant future. How far off are we and What do you know of these vaccines when it comes to say his side effects and all those time for thanks Something. So I think a good way to characterize today would be the best of times and the worst of times on the best of times is that the unprecedented Investment that the U. S. Made in vaccine with Operation walks. Speed has paid off for the first vaccine Castle to be reviewed by the FDA on on the pen. And hopefully, if it's approved, authorized, it will be available more widely very quickly to help their workers. There's a second vaccine that we believe will go to the FDA this month. Of December, and there's two or three waiting in the wings. So this is happy with news on again and evidence of American ingenuity and how we approached this problem of vaccinations. Uh, go ahead. I'm sorry, but I just want to think I don't want to deny the fact that you have today We thought 200,000 tragic cases in the United States and 1400 preventable deaths. So while I'm super excited about vaccines, people need to remember that until that seemed the widely available There's 1000 to 1500 people dying every day that don't need to die if we did all the right things, so again best of times and most impact. Dr Kahn. We've talked about this before with other vaccines. And you've seen the study of this. This warp speed project has done amazing things. Normally, this would have taken what 5 10 years possibly for something like this now, absolutely Esso it looking at it in that fashion. I know that there was some disparity as far as keeping this vaccine once it's out there.

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"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:44 min | 10 months ago

"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Everything else and more debt. You're like while Sterling be the prophet of doom? No, Let's just news that's factual information and a guy who knows from issues of pandemics. Infectious disease kind enough to give us some time. Former assistant surgeon general these United States also CDC drop in team wearing those crazy suits when he below was, you know, a raging in different parts of the place. People bleeding out of nasty or offices and whatnot. And Trying to keep people safe and in the thick of it in the past, early on in this cove in 19 pandemic, dealing with what I affectionately called the boat people on those cruise ships, they went to the university Nebraska Medical Center where he's the dean of public health. He knows a thing or two about infectious disease and he's always kind enough to share his insights with us and we appreciate it. He is Dr Ali Khan. Welcome back to 700 wlw was Sterling. How are you today? Interest. Darling always applies it to chat with you and your spot on only the facts here. Yes. So where are we in the We have heard good news about the vaccine, Which means that there is hope in the near or distant future. How far off are we? And what do you know of these vaccines When it comes to, um Say his side effects and all those times thanks. Perfect. So I think a good way to characterize today would be the best of times and the worst of times on the best of times is that the unprecedented Investment that the U. S. Made in vaccine with Operation walks. Speed has paid off for the first vaccine is scheduled to be reviewed by the FDA on wet on the 10th. And hopefully, if it's approved, authorized, it will be available more widely, very quickly to help care workers. There's a second vaccine that we believe will go to the FDA this month. Of December, and there's two or three waiting in the wings. So this is fabulous news and again in evidence of American ingenuity and how we approached this problem of vaccinations. We still go ahead. I'm sorry, but I just want to say I don't want to deny the fact that yesterday we saw 200,000 tragic cases in the United States and 1400 preventable deaths. So While I'm super excited about vaccines, people need to remember that until that seems a widely available there's 1000 1500. People dying every day that don't need to die if we did all the right things. So again, that's of times and most impact. Dr. Khan. We've talked about this before with other vaccines. And you've seen the study of this. This warp speed project has done amazing things. Normally, this would have taken what 5 10 years possibly for something like this. Absolutely. S o it looking at it in that fashion. I know that there was some disparity as far as keeping this vaccine once it's out there.

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"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"So you're not? Yes, I go with it. I defer to him as a non in North Korea. It is tough with Kim Jong un. Ah, look later on. We're going to talk to Dr Ali Khan. Dina Public Health Infectious Disease University, Nebraska Medical Center about the president. Testing positive for Cove in 19. Ah, and just in general trends that are not looking good for the tri state, Kentucky, Indiana Rising numbers of infections, rising numbers of casualties to it. Ah, and the list goes on. I want to open the phones. I have not had a chance to do that tonight. And big news. In fact, probably you could say the biggest news that a lot of people in their lifetime Have had when it comes to the leadership of this country and the president, United States in this case testing positive for covert 19 hospitalized currently, though, apparently doing well lethargic on medication but working, maybe in a little bit of a slower pace over a weekend to bed while hospitalized. His wife. Also the first lady Kelly Ka, and Conway's tested positive. She tweeted about that just a little bit ago. Of course, I mentioned the President Trump, is it Currently Walter Reed Medical Center. So what I want to know is this Knowing that the president the first lady Kellyanne Conway, and I have a list here of those basically contact tracing before the president tested positive. And the people around the president that have currently positive Tom Tills. He's the secretary of the senator from North Carolina. Kellyanne Conway. John Jenkins, University of Notre Dame president. Rana McDaniel, RNC chairwoman Mike Leigh, senator from Utah. Hope Hicks, advisor to the president went off the back end of the aircraft last night when they were coming home. Melania Trump the first lady the president, testing negative veep, Mike Pence. It will be nowhere near the president because you've got to keep him safe since the president's not well, Karen Pat's Ah Vice president's wife, Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner. Amy Comey, there who are looking to be the next Supreme Court justice. If approved, Joe Biden want to be president on the Democratic ticket vice president, formerly his wife, Jill Biden and Mark Meadows, White House chief of staff all testing negative, subsequent to the president's positive test. So this is a question that I have And I don't want it to be. And I don't know if it's even possible. I have deliberately for I don't even know how long it seems like years, frankly, tried to stay away. Generally speaking from conversation in the realm of politics, because no matter what you do People end up hating you. But this is a serious thing because we're talking about the leader, not just of the United States, but effectively the free world. It is a serious issue. And we have rising numbers here in the tri state around the country. As we continue to try to open up. So what I want to know is hearing news of the president. Testing positive. Are you surprised? Two. Is it make you take the idea of putting that mask on? If you're not already doing it or being maybe more consistent about wearing that mask to prevent exposure or spreading if you are asymptomatic that virus Are you more likely or less likely to Maybe avoid crowds and situation subsequently, or is this make no difference to you at all whatsoever? Hearing this news Because it's a pretty serious issue it shows. I mean, if you look at a lot of the events the president has been to even though on the podium behind the president, which makes good optics for television, with mask and so forth, and his logo on their faces. You look out into the sea of those sitting in front of the president, whether it those airports and aircraft hangars like in Via Dahlia, where the president was a couple of days ago week ago, whatever it wass or elsewhere, a TTE, the White House and so on. You see a sea of people not distanced a sea of people without mask. That's dangerous. It's problematic. And we've known about this for what six months effectively. So what I want to know Just viscerally your gut reaction to hearing the news late last night this morning about the president about the growing number of those around the president testing positive. Hopefully all we'll get through this quarantine period. Isolation, period. 14 days, whatever it ends up being And they will be okay with mild symptoms. But it's a serious thing and the age demographic in the medical history that we know of the president, that's not good. And of course, ah, Vice President Biden who looks to You know he's running for office as well is 70 What 77 Ah, that's this dangerous for him. 513749 7000. 808 43 24 41 That's £800.700 t And I'm also on Twitter If you didn't already know at Sterling radio, I want to know if your idea in view of protecting yourself and those around you has changed. If this means nothing to you or otherwise we'll also Ah give another earful of Dr Donna slake from right state, giving us some insight into the issue of succession. Of the presidency and processes for Ah sick president or otherwise incapacitated When we come back your chance to get interactive. We don't know what you think. About what the news has been since last night, and the growing number of people ah involved 513749 7800 big £1.700 t your chance to get interactive Friday night Sterling. Quick Break your chance to speak your mind Next on 700 wlw. You.

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"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And that's not exactly where we are at this particular point in time. Someone just message me and ask me they're like, Well, sterling. What? What about the vaccine? Well, they're working on it. I mean, I'm no doctor. And the question is, Will you take it well when it's tested and once proved, just like with the flu shot, which I have to get sooner than later, I will look to embrace that, too. I don't know. But you wanted to be tested. It's not one of those generally speaking where you want to be the first one to take it, but I volunteer for it. If I could help the people is, some would say. But I know that there is some trepidation with it when it comes whenever that is towards the end of the year, the first of next. Hopefully as soon as possible to be ableto. Hopefully get people safe from this virus is Soon as we possibly can for as long as possible. That's the thing now with the researchers trying to figure out is the fact that the idea of immunity and being a one soft kind of scenario may not be it. Unfortunately, Which then means, you know, does that mean that it varies and well, you know, they take a shot in the dark. Kind of like with the flu shot to say. Okay, well, this is probably the strains in which we're dealing with, and this is what we're going to make it with any hope it works out. So, yeah. I mean, I believe in science. I believe in the Madison and when the doctors that are Ah, we've been working on it and trying to make sure everything is set whether it's here in the Tri State University of Cincinnati got him on all over the country all over the world for usually working on it. I would not have a problem taking it. I know a lot of people are gonna see that there's an anti vaccine mindset for a whole lot of people anyway, when it comes to just everyday stuff that's been around for a long, long time. Which is why one of the experts that I've had on regularly Dr Kahn from University Nebraska Medical Center I have spent with in the midst of the holidays last year, we even talked to him. He was. I think it was in Tonga or someplace in the South Pacific on these islands, where they had measles outbreak. And you think measles. Because of all the bad publicity misinformation, disinformation, even in the South Pacific, and in social media issues have kept people from getting their kids vaccinated. And the problem that came is that there were literally like hundreds of kids who lost their lives with measles unnecessarily, so Dr Khan and some others went there to try to deal with that particular scenario. So there's no question about the measles vaccine and the stuff that goes along with it. So you got to take care of that business. Whether it's measles, whether it's AH whooping cough, whether it's pneumonia, shot or shingles shot, which you don't want shingles. If you're of age to get that shot, I implore you. I've had shingles. You don't one shingles. It's It's arguably some of the worst pain. I think that I have ever felt to this point is a career. Azuma kn I don't deal with that again. So, Yeah, I'll take the vaccine when it's available. I'm a fan of science. I'm a fan of those particular things. We'll come back after you're 9 30 report Kurt Reiber. Who knows from sacrifice and time and ah, a lot of people involved in dispersing more food than they have ever dispersed more people and need than ever before. And Justin. Amazing outpouring of love and care and support for those in need for the Tri state and beyond. Ah, record number of ducks a record number of meals, a record number of dollars raised. And a whole lot of people going to benefit from that, and we'll find out more about the rubber duck regatta. How that thing went the future plans for it. And anything else that is going on with her driver in the free store food money coming up after the news, which I think is kind of nice something else I want to think we can probably try to have a little bit of fun with this in a bit. And I talked some on it. On Saturday. And I'm still trying to process the not just the practicality, but the interest and I used to play more video games than I do now years ago. Not just when I worked in the game room, but I mean, you know as a younger and a lot of people still play just talkinto taking about that a few minutes ago. Yeah, And this is the thing. If you have kids who play video games, maybe you play your own video games. I mean, you could be doing a little multitasking. Now me and one year the game in the other. That would be disorienting, but it's possible. There's a new video game. That is actually recreating. The transatlantic flight. From here effectively the U. S. To the Atlantic. If I'm not across the Atlantic to the UK, if I'm not mistaken, is how it goes. Ah, there to Ireland. And and I don't understand is like real time. So you leave JFK Airport to Reykjavik, Iceland, and then there's another one. I think that goes to Ireland and in realty time you're going to basically be experiencing the flight..

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08:09 min | 1 year ago

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"And you do this type of thing regularly been the past who was with Ebola on and on. It goes, you've been doing studies. They're here at the University of Cincinnati there working on vaccine trials. There continues to be a solicitation to try to get people involved in these things. Antibody stopped everything. In the midst of this. There are good things going on now, and this is globally. So ah, positive with this. I'm curious whether it's nuclear medicine in doing some stuff, which I just recently read about and saw something about Which I had not heard of dealing with respiratory infections with this cove it 19 Starz version, too. I guess where do we stand with the progress in some of these different venues or avenues to to get us with the therapeutic and healthy and may be prevented? So has great questions. So there's been lots of wonderful progress globally about putting patients have a much better We know, for example, how we should help people breathe. We don't put them on then later as fast as he used to in the past, we now know there's a drug called Dex, a method phone that will save your life. If you have to be on accident, so therapeutic has got much better in terms of treating people. And there's exciting science about potentially developing a vaccine for individuals on and also to talk that maybe ready in the beginning of the 2021 But always good to remind people that all of Europe has contained their disease. Oceania, part of East Asia, and many countries have eliminated there to be in New Zealand. But with Dr match with what we match with 20,000 friends without any worries about social distancing today, So we had the tools today to prevent this today we could say Stop. No more 1000 people dying every day, but like to remind people Yes, We're optimistic that we may have better tools of the future that we have between us today to get to Europe. And the toll is basic is there is which I could do my part in and try to is his mask distancing washing hands as simple Is that correct? Where's your part? And then the government's part. The part of the governor Rivera and local and state Health Department is testing trick so they have to do their part. You do your part. You put those two together and you can get to zero cases in our community. And go back to hopefully a better than what we had in the past, but at least get back to our job to send our kids to school and expert in infectious disease from university Nebraska Medical Center is the dean of public health. Dr Ali Khan was sterling 700 wlw. Ah, something strange happened in this last week, and we constantly have been given misinformation, disinformation and frankly it a bit of avoidance by the president and others. You would think in positions of power authority dealing with this. Ah, and this is a problem and it shouldn't be a political thing. But any time you mentioned that people sphincters tighten up and they think, Oh my God, I'm a puppet of Satan because I just said what I said, but that's the fax. That's true. That's what's happened. In the last couple of days to talk about the information in statistics being shared, whether it's a Hamilton County or Franklin County or Pendleton, honey, you name of Boone County, Kentucky State to State hospital, the hospital sharing information about infections. Recovery's a ll the stuff with the Cove it 19. Would normally go to the CDC. And from there there would be compiled and shared and dated to be used by professionals in US people in the general public, I guess to sort of have an observation in a snapshot of where we are. The talk has been now to bypass the CDC and go into a white House that has been very consistent about not telling the truth about what's going on. Ah, I'll say it, and it may not put me in a good light, but I don't give a damn. This is life and death stuff. Dr Khan, what is bypassing the CDC do with the credibility of information shared with the public. To you. If you don't give a damn. This is life and death stuff, And the virus really doesn't care whether they're Democrat or Republican or liberty had killed just a sufficient. Everybody's so no story about the data is a little bit more nuanced. Public health data is still going to see that's not changed. What has changed is what's called Big organization incapacity data, and that is how many hospital beds are being used have next of kin. You later being used much Justin you're doing in hospitals and that is being asked to be sent to not one house but then to another part. Of the federal government isn't secretary for preparedness and response and that is traditionally where that data has gone, So it sort of realigning too, where we had been and making it easier. States have said. We refused to send This type of data to seven different federal agencies. We'd like to send it to one agency. So this was done in an effort to streamline But the real question is is that data is still available to researchers to the community and what's going on, and that's not clear yet is win with this data now be available on a daily basis back to everybody. And that's good. But we need to see this trench we need and this is to be very honest with you. This is the beginning of this outbreak. But issues of Barents Sea of data actors, the data complete mint. Of beta. Um, we've not had it and this is one more example of six months into this outbreak. You still haven't figured out what our data systems looked like to share data. Nor are we asking the right questions of the data of people's example. Like talk about tests. We probably have enough testing in the United States right now. The real issue is you just talked about a minute ago. It was a timely no. You get the results back in time using the test is about to take public health action of data remains. A critical problem here in the United States from an Nebraska Medical Center University. They're infectious disease expert in Deena Public health. Dr Ali Khan was sterling 700 wlw. So there's good and bad about streamlining. But the question about being able to share information that's critical is important. So good. I don't mind stepping in the market to be corrected. I want to make sure that we get the right information out there. That's what we all want. That's the problem. Something else was the talk in the midst of all this about budget cuts this week dealing with Corona virus stuff. This isn't stimulus money. This is seems to be about the basics of doing what is needed in having the tools at the disposal of medical professionals and scientist Dealing with this cove in 19 scenario. What is this about? Talk of cutting budgets with this? Does this make sense? Now am I misreading this? That you're not know that so they and local health departments to be looking at their own budgets and saying, How do we add it to our state? As state legislatures? Um, and county commissioners except your account, they need to be put money into their local and Local and state health department and the federal government needs to be doing the same thing and I have one very simple metric. At this point. They have more cases everyday or less cases every day and well, there's less cases every day. We're not doing something like that. In that way. Even though I talked about tons of metric for other metrics there is in the end one metric. Are Americans dying from a preventable disease? Are they not dying from preventable disease and as long as they're dying from a preventable disease? We're not being enough. The failure to do what has been described prescribed given is a guideline, whatever you want to call it from the CDC, about reopening and not being followed. Is that why we're in a place and I want to make sure I see this correctly. Also, Dr Khan, it looks as if compared to the you, including a U. K. We're about 10 times higher for not not any in Bremer just now, from a reason just mention this to not just from the issue of cases in testing, but deaths fatalities from this and younger people more and more, not including long terms..

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05:30 min | 1 year ago

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"Driving is not one in the tri state cool inside the studio like a frigid cold, but I see the heat outside another update on whether I stay cool check on your neighbors. Actually, the the You know the older people Way have the missing fan problem, which I'll explain later. This is like the Bermuda Triangle here in the Tri state. I guess it's a triangle Tri state kind of thing. Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, where the planes and boats go missing in the Bermuda Triangle here every year when the heat comes. We need fans to help keep people cool. Who don't maybe have the air conditioning? I don't know where the old fans go, maybe to get burned up. Maybe someone steals them. I don't know if there's an art installation someplace. It's bewildering beyond my depth of understanding and don't leave kids and the elderly and the infirm and cars in the heat, either. Every year that happens, Toa all too often. You'll hear the story. Somebody I let the kid in there. Oh, I didn't realize she was in there and oh my God, it's 100 degrees and then they end up brain damaged or dead and It's not good. That's my public health bit of sharing of information. I'm no expert. But a guy who is is my friend from university, Nebraska Medical Center Dr Ali Khan. He's the dean of infectious disease used to work for the CDC. He's travelled the world going after hot spots. Whether it's Ebola, dengue fever, measles over the last holidays, it is we start thinking about flu season. And hopefully a vaccine sooner than later for covert 19 in spiking numbers. We figured we'd get into his head with an update on what's going on Dr Khan Welcome back to 700 wlw Haouari the Sunday afternoon Always a pleasure to chat up, Easterling. Thank you. Ah, I guess the best way to start. This is this. We're just two weeks out from the Fourth of July weekend and we had talked about spiking numbers and throughout the great portion of the south and west of this country, and even here in the tri state, thankfully, to a lesser wrist extent, but it's bubbling up. Where are we, with this community Spread an issue with Cove in 19. Thanks Sterling. I think people have been following you for the last couple of months would have predicted that we never really got her outbreak under control. So we spike in mid April, about 30,000 cases and Came down to 20 but we never sort of put that public health sledgehammer to get it down. So as we reopened, aren't they and didn't reopen them safely. We're starting to now. See this increase in cases, and now we're up to almost 65 to 7000 cases today. How are we were testing Because is this continues despite people go Oh, well, I don't know if we need to do testing and this is in relation. It hits very close to home friend of mine's daughter away at college in Columbus. Ah, Ohio State staying there, and now she's quarantine enforced. Stay there a house with, like, 10 other young women and, Ah, apparently, they've got a house full of Cove it so she's isolating. Others are isolating. This continues to be a problem in the idea of contact tracing, which apparently after Ah, nearly five days there's been no communicate with her to figure out where she's been, even though she knows This is sort of important in trying to clamp down on what's arguably out of control. Absolutely, And that's a great story of what we've been saying, since the beginning of the South break it but we really haven't had a comprehensive, full of government approach to this disease and what we needed to do so. You know the same things. We've always talked about that leadership that you needed the test and chase that we needed. Obviously, masks. We need everybody to wear masks as engaged our community. So what you just described to me is just Of an example of why we find ourselves where we are. And yet it's easy to talk about. And I could also, as you know my frustration with being 65 70,000 cases a day, But I'd like to use this opportunity to talk about hope and move forward. Good, good that we look, but we can look about we can look for a scapegoat for what happened in the past and where we are now. But the bottom line is we're now every day with 60 to 70,000 cases a day, 600,000 people were writing that many death certificate every day. That's just unacceptable for preventable disease. We need to make sure that we're doing our part, which is, please where? Math, social distance. Watch your hands. When you're outside, we have tons of data that increases every day that this helps dropped the degree of community. Transmission and then make sure that you're asking Governor Mayor and the local health and state health department to say what are you doing? Why are you not work helps keep down in our communities from exactly the whole I'm not sure if you talk about Yes, everybody want our kids to know it's critically important for little kids, especially Kate, A five. Go to full but we have to do that safely. You don't want to put them in an environment where we get them ineffective teachers, infective compartment infected grandparents. So if we want our life to go back to the way it was, and we want our jobs to go back to where it was. We must get this disease under control and we have to do it today. Infectious disease expert to the dean of public health, the university Nebraska Medical Center, which is where they brought the boat people, and I know that's a weird term Dr Ali Khan with sterling 700 wlw, but early on with with the spread in hitting stateside You had Ah, whole boatload basically of people who were on cruise ship that showed up at your place in you sort of work through their covert experience. And you do this type of thing regularly been the past who was with Ebola on and on. It goes, you've been doing studies. They're here at the University of Cincinnati there working on vaccine trials..

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10:37 min | 1 year ago

"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Going on social where just yesterday's federal George Floyd out of Taylor on it goes earlier we talked Diana Berendt from survivor corps she is being the first protested in the Columbia University clinical trial dealing with blood and plasma therapeutics and what have you dealing with the testing issues an antibody stuff talk about to bid nineteen and a guy who's been a friend of the show for quite some time and now course a top of mind when it comes to infectious disease because that's his wheel house staying in his lane focusing on these issues as the dean of public health university of Nebraska Medical Center doing what he's done also for the CDC all over the world not just here Dr Aly Khan welcome back to seven hundred WLW your westerly hills everything thank you very much telling a real pleasure hi what the job is going to talk about Kobe does social Jeff and I did my first protest speech in March on Friday here in Omaha Nebraska how was that what was that experience like it was very interesting it was nice to have a whole community come together and talk about police brutality and racial violence that continues and obviously not just against blacks in America but if you think about all sorts of minorities and marginalized population so I'm glad I mean because of much of a pandemic in America and cope with nineteen and people are paying attention to it and saying enough is enough it's an issue of public health and that fits sort of right in that same area what about these protests we we've seen many of them lots and lots of people all over the country including law enforcement some pro testing in obviously doing what they need to do to police and and keep stuff in order lot of people are very close not distancing not necessarily always with mask high emotion a lot of people yelling screaming chanting etcetera even though it's for positive in what do you see as a result of this with this code bid nineteen situation from what we know about this coronavirus so obviously I'm always concerned about mass gathering events especially complete very honest with you just like that greater than in America our government have not plastic public nineteen in America either we still continue to get twenty thousand tickets everyday for the last month so if people do want to protest I have the usual sort of recommendation if you're elderly have other health conditions please try to stay home I am interested called bill please press the home but if you do go out and do protest wear a mask social distance as much as you can recognizing how difficult the that it but I fully understand the unique time in America and what people need to make sure that the voice is heard and they can't be silent about what's going on and Corbett nineteen is a great way starlink and I'm really glad you asked me to call to chat with you but of course that you know you think about these issues all the time also if you look at public nineteen it's an epidemic within an epidemic a lot of the states and cities have significantly shorter studies includes getting infected you look for example many of these midwestern states it's a lot of African American blacks Hispanics and immigrants are getting infected but for example the walking and meat packing plant it's people who can't afford to stay at home and work work from home they got to get on some local track you know public transportation for the little business with a contract with two hundred other three hundred people come through with customers every day you know they don't have the same options there's lots of other people have some really glad you're talking about probate nineteen individuals at the same time dealing with this is we've opened up when we see more more people out we we could not really effectively stay closed as an economy in a society for for you know in an endless period of time dealing with this pandemic or epidemic situation here stateside in we've discussed this before doctor con from the the tristate hear Cincinnati northern Kentucky southeastern Indiana to where you are in Nebraska to Detroit to Los Angeles you name it each of these areas because we are such a large nations with three hundred thirty plus million people there can be hot spots from here to there indeed we see trends down some places across the Ohio River in Kentucky those numbers have gone up a little bit lately what are we seeing with the opening up as we continue with this as far as the spread is concerned as you mentioned is pretty scary number if twenty two thousand just about you say it is that every day or every week every day every day no one two thousand people every day which means we are making two hundred twenty get every day at least in the market today and while playing right now yeah I know yeah it's hard to to this because a lot of people I've talked to them a lot of people still think it's overblown a lot of people still think it's not that big of a deal that it's only the aged to the sickly a and the rest of us should be able to get back to doing things so what do you say in the midst of that as we try to have some level of normalcy so I I read to them exactly what we talked about telling multiple times I don't think it is that that kind of me and I think everybody tried to frame it as a false dichotomy so that government can get away from its responsibility of making taking care of this disease within the community so I look across Asia and you know we're fortunate we don't it's not just America that has the topic at the global pandemic but look at China I want to look at New Zealand I look at those countries all opening up a con you find zero to five the day I look at Europe now I look at Germany opening up implicated everyday right other countries have figured this out but it's not an either or either you stay home with the economy Hey we can't be out in about the government just making sure they're out there isolated cases and finding their contacts and you know quarantining them that the government will lower our role go ahead I'm sorry general but I have to ask you that go this for for some time of it is so what what is the government's role and we don't do testing procurement excess accosted you know dealing with that the medical professionals how do we then deal with this because of these other places around the world have opened up and have gotten back to work and we're doing it slowly here and in in a little bit a little and I mean the governor of Ohio has taken great Heaton had lawsuits from anything from amusement parks to gaming that you know machine inventing people to I mean you name it trying to to people to have a likelihood to put food on the table because that's a crisis too if you can't eat and you got health concerns aside from everything else in the stresses that go with it it doing what you do is the dean of public health university Nebraska Medical Center doctor con you know well aware of this so in looking at that what what is not being done and how can that be handled more effectively if at all because it that's a pretty major break down when you look at the United States compared to the rest of the world from what you're saying absolutely and it's not if but all we we have the road map on how to make this happen so the pressure the newsmen parks and the cinema than the businesses should be putting on the governor and every mayor in your tri state area is not and should get much when we open up at the bigger pressure on them should be why do we not have two cases in the community every day have you hired but whatever five hundred contact leaders were supposed to have have you hired in Yala just for sport they have are they making the calls have you made sure we had testing in place I mean those are the questions they should be asking but if I had a choice and I you know I could blow all over the world on how to open up and how to do it safely and I said you know what I want to send me back to school and I'm going to teach you how to continue back to school the cultural distant thing how do you move back around but the biggest thing that's going to get to me back to school to that you get less disease in the community that is the biggest thing that's going to get to me back cool that's the biggest thing that you can use the parts that will get the response back open it's not you know move cable six feet apart so where are we with capacity we've had months now we locked down we you know had increase in manufacturing distribution of ventilators which obviously you don't want to end up on one if you can avoid it you don't want that ugh all the PP stuff you don't sound in fact you have sounded over this period of time seemingly more angry and disgruntled about how this has been handled in in more vocal about it which is your nature and in doing the job that you do but the frustration because you've gone to the third world countries dealing with measles and Ebola and I mean you name it bird flu whatever else it is dengue fever and here you are now where you would think we would be leading a lot of this and it appears that were not why now why are you so angry I mean it's a weird dichotomy because it is not how you have been over the years leading up to this we talked about the great pandemic which of course you read a book about yeah right selling I've been very calm but it's been five months and every day when I P. twenty two thousand Americans infected when there's a road map for how they could not be infected it's hard not to be pardon not outraged because this is something that we know how to deal with government health got other governments that figured out how to do and what not now in some ways we have much better the healthcare system is in a much better place than it was back in and the January February twelfth we are not hearing about London hospitals anymore not enough then later not enough hospital blooms are icy use also helped his image in a much better place that's great news apple also testing a lot more people fight over the last ten days we've tested over four hundred thousand people a day in America and over the last two days we've tested about half a million people in America and that's adequate we'd like it to be a little bit higher you know some people that make up a million people a day after that but what about half a million a day tested is adequate really this is what we need to have our elected officials and put pressure on them and they have you provided your local health department your state health department the contact places that needs to be provided them the epidemiologist techniques have you provided them the money they need have you provided them everything they need okay because can go down in our community and we can start up again even if it's fifty percent can apply again one.

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09:09 min | 1 year ago

"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Stop by today portions of the following program will be recorded it's not self but I can tell you that I was thinking that I wasn't that hungry until I heard that and now I go three way a couple of Chile the alike onion mustard Cody's in a Greek salad with maybe a big Dr pepper to great yeah broadcast your knowledge uses yep just down the road here in Montgomery road right past the Kenwood Towne centre for what he's something about the how you doing sterling stepping in beautiful on Sunday in the tri state lots going on lots of people to talk to hopefully including yourself later effectively participant number one the first at the Columbia University clinical trials dealing with a donation of blood plasma trying to get to a better place of of the therapeutic sent in caring healing I guess is the best way to describe it with the coronavirus Diana Brandt from survivor corps gonna join us a little bit later twelve thirty five Matt Bruning from ODOT he knows from transportation issues in the state about a whole lot of problems with that in the last week or so on the interstate with people getting run into run over it cetera he's also an ammeter showed a snake charmer will traverse those waters about one thirty five and a man Matt Bruning Dr Ali Khan he's the dean of public health university Nebraska Medical Center infectious disease expert we'll see where we stand with the opening and what to expect is some places around the country seeing sort of a an up tick and issues with the code that nineteen and others others seeing maybe some downtrending and that looks like the B. O. hi this case so hopefully that continues Bobby nine guild also gonna join us used to be a writer for the Inquirer covering those rates will see what the hell is going on with Major League Baseball if we'll be seeing some baseball great American ballpark sooner than later that's at two thirty five so full slate into start I will I want to take your pulse on something if that makes sense give me a chance to sort of the speaker minded sound off and it's multi layer these protesters in going over the reported two weeks now since well the horrific video surfaced eight minutes plus yeah I mean at this point I mean it literally unless you had a severe blunt head trauma didn't really doped up high out of the country completely unplugged or I don't know how you would hear about George Floyd and that law enforcement officer I use that term loosely now unemployed charge was second degree murder a Minneapolis Saint Paul and was a couple of those cohorts those three others also let go in now charged involved in that for some type of complicity with the George for defective murder of protests around the country dealing with issues of policing and social injustice and and on it goes Cincinnati Dayton low level of of course you with other issues of dealing with that which we'll talk on a bit later too I want to know where you stand on the protest because we've gone from where we saw some destruction we saw some violence we saw some property damage and so on not the main protest but sort of flood to people taking advantage of it not just here in Cincinnati but around the country Cincinnati thankfully not as bad as others you may have heard just in the news a little bit ago sandy Collins that was sound of this the instant video as Cincinnati dot com the front of it pretty tripped out thing where somebody jump goes into a restaurant in OTR while Amir Kremlin who we had on the show last Sunday is just trying to have a family meal and starts a sort of asking questions and getting in his family's personal space just trying to to have an evening out which is what a lot of this been wanting and trying to do so I ask you one do you think that's appropriate to it is any of the information that has come to light and the the mostly peaceful protest here even engagement with law enforcement for some positivity with them getting involved in taking a knee and socializing and walking with protesters and and someone sort of attempt in community policing thing and people from the community getting involved I wonder if you have had a change of heart a different view has your mind and perspective changed at all in the midst of all of this and if so how in in effectively in what way because I I've had conversations with friends in the neighborhood yeah yeah I know walking the dog I tell these stories a lot but I spent a lot of the die I walk the dog a lot and I I have relationships with my neighbors I know my neighbors and then I think that's good and I I hear really in the last ten days give or take some perspectives and attitudes have changed some for the better some for the worse dealing with either policing or dealing with the protesters and all the stuff that goes on so I'm wondering if your mind is changing and how what is changed in these last days are we getting into a better place and my personal take on it and I can only speak from my perspective can speak for you wouldn't want to I think it appears there's been some positive change from this some positive outcome attitudes togetherness young people I mean maybe the protesting thing in general is a young person's game for a whole host of reasons that we did see a seventy five or seventy three year old man I forget what it was in buffalo who found himself sort of pushed to the ground in a to those two officers actually charged with an assault or something along those lines and and a whole lot of them of walked out of step away from the position that they had on that special group the that was dealing with the those type of engagements with publicans and protest and so on five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred eight four three twenty four forty one in pounds seven hundred on eighteen T. depending on where you live you may not have seen any protest you may have only heard about it you may have only seen it on the news maybe on social media that is certainly changed the way it has been whether it's a made its way to Mayson or Westchester or you know Covington Newport you name it Dayton's airborne Centerville mostly peaceful some destruction here not as much as other places street names changed in DC the black lives matter the way I believe instead of answering and which I'm sure the president loves where is your head out on all this might take a break give you a chance to pick up the phone to give it the finger to see if the you see things in a better light in a worse light are we making some a positive change in our society are we seeing a maybe some negative things going on I think destruction of property and and looting and violence and none of that is called for none of it is appropriate in those people with criminal behavior should be treated as criminals the same way those it whether they wear a uniform or not night friends and police I know it it's very interesting how you view you can't necessarily be critical of the individual without everybody sing we are against the police no I'm not a friends were police the first person in group of people that we call we have a problem with with the drunk idiot moron who drove into my house last summer and my neighbors and I then took him out of his car in subdued him as he tried to drive away because his car apparently was able to start up and we're in the street tussling with him and then get him down on the ground who was at my neighbors called to allow us to be able to get to the place of fixing my house and getting on with our lives it was the police and they came they handcuff this idiot moron who got him back into that car and then charged him with drunk driving and other things that's what happens we call the police when we need help that's a majority of them just like all people good I wanna know what you think better worst protest a young person's game otherwise are we in a good place later Bobby Nightengale talking Reds in Major League Baseball Dr Ali Khan survivor corps dot and a lot of other things to get to on what is it I mean I mean you could as I made for this this is made to order Sunday afternoon in Cincinnati as I look down seventy one a lot of people out about having a good time down the gun Marie road not a bad day give you a chance to speak your mind on the other side Sunday sterling seven hundred WLW we're just like you we like a little bit of fun don't neglect what school you got the experts to tell it like it is a war laugh together and learn.

"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"MPA trying you out here at the college of public health really well you sound you've been paying attention all D. G. A. R. yes yes very nicely done so even though we called it the pandemic multiple epidemics in every country including in the U. S. in the U. S. if you call it that but that make it a multiple outbreaks in each and every city and county across the U. S. had Beria stages and very hot spot but we could have blown in meat packing plant and that because of the only warehouses in that right depending on where but community you are you going to have a different level of community transmission and different hot spots and each community is going to have to manage it based on what their risk is and they're gonna have to try to coordinate across themselves because some will have player options someone not have syrup that'd been a little more Maynard difficulty I'm gonna have to try to work collectively to make sure that public health is working but what we all do have the power of our own right so we can make sure that we might at least until some of them get better results we are taking appropriate protection right are we wearing a mask are we washing our hands are we making sure we're taking care of social distancing life at least we have our own our own behavior and we have the power to hold our elected leaders in our public health professionals accountable to say are you making sure you're doing what you're supposed to be doing to protect help within the community and decrease transmission within the community I think that now that we have the control do you know public health university Nebraska Medical Center doctor Ali Khan one final question here because this is the just mentioned with the governor before we got you on the line it's an ongoing issue mask or no mask it's a recommendation it's not necessarily in order of the what was in order if I'm not mistaken during the times of the Spanish flu in in nineteen eighteen nineteen nineteen what do you tell people sure they wear a mask not a mask who does it benefit because I've had people call I I've had people I'm walking the dog ask me about it because I think I know you're the guy so I'm asking you doctor con wait wait a second here you've you called a lot now is it just I'm making you nervous or do you have a scratchy throat I'm I'm concerned for you see that's why Alec might not allow it yeah so that's the other thing constantly we're all dealing with allergies now so then that's the other thing my shortness of breath in my heart and my feverish what does it I'm afraid now about every single thing but anyway going back to map so I recommended map even before the T. fifty recommended we have lots of data that countries that use map actually did a lot better than those that did not use maps so you're mainly using rap or something called source protection let me explain that so the reason this virus is so problematic if you are infectious before you get right what forty eight hours to days before you're like oh my gosh I got a fever and I'm short of breath and I've got a copy you've already been infecting people after the super good citizen and you know the moment you get sick you like I'm not going out I'm going to go see a doctor you check your super good **** and then you're not going to affect somebody the moment you get sick well the last two days you've been out and about doing the right you know but if you want you to think you were sick so if you were wearing a mask during those two days and warned impacting somebody that's called source protection which is that map to two days thank you from interacting with other people the back number one reason you're wearing a mask the second minor reason you're wearing a mask is that you don't want somebody you know getting cropping into meeting and to your date them in here and I'm here now so where mathematical Justin I always wear a mask you take these ten o'clock yeah this is that yes I I don't wear at home that gets a little weird other that's a lot of the not when I'm when I'm not when I'm out and about we'll stay hydrated wash your hands I appreciate the insight fantastic that information is always in a good resource and if you get a chance to check out the book the next pandemic on the front lines against humankind's greatest dangers it's worth checking out Dr Ali Khan university Nebraska Medical Center dean of public health thank you so much for your time as always I get so many histamine and stay hydrated my friend thank you very much bye bye take care.

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"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:58 min | 1 year ago

"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"They're saying now which analyzed it depending I took this is weird I've had this conversation in the neighborhood walking the dog from a distance no one's going to run up on me close it in the neighborhood which is good because I I might have to throw that like in my general area I'm concerned about my what health I know about you try to survive try to live another day try not to give the nastiness to anybody else I don't think I have the nastiness I feel like I'm okay I hope I'm not a symptomatic I got a mask just in case and hopefully you're getting them together too that's the new recommendations and guidance from the CDC where her doctor Ali Khan from university Nebraska Medical Center earlier talk on that very thing a question for you here's a question that was posed to me this was Tuesday two two days ago Wednesday Wednesday and then I've seen it come up since a neighbor of mine he's probably I don't know he's in his forties I got a couple kids many user like a contractor gradually as a business that he works for other people than he does his own business it's like man I don't think I'd take anymore of this I'm bored like I am I know what you mean Jimmy I'm carrying a book bag around walking a dog I'm pretty bored the moment too but it's nice to be on see you because not man we were joking he's like I I just don't think it's as bad as they say I these ridiculous user I don't stay here any goes is needs tell me some about done if he works for somebody who he thinks that's a CO a corona virus to cope at nineteen or whatever but he was saying that they didn't even want to stay and he wasn't sure if they were staying as it would for the hospital if they're having problems breathing is like no but it's an issue and I'm like okay and and I don't always like asking me what I think I'm like I I think you do with the people who the medical people say it couldn't give much of a damn less about the politicians in all honesty I think Mike DeWine's done a good job I think this year's done a good job and I'm gonna leave it at that generally speaking because there was a late in the game scenario that's gonna hack a lot of people off as I say it but there's a big difference between having intelligence the provided letting you know about something that you and I could read about here and then for two to three weeks closer to a month you have someone who's going around the country and basically politicizing things and calling it a hoax and campaigning trying to get reelected or maybe take the job the president depending on who your I'm talking about I'm talking about and I'm not gonna I mean I can reason hide it and then go no it's a hoax the hoax and then later on but no we gotta catch up well clearly he's caught up with the reality of the situation sadly there a whole lot of people who still think it's a hoax sadly there a whole lot of people don't think it's very serious and that much of a worry and then they might not be the granddaddy of them all pandemic scenarios a doctor Kahn was saying it is still in our future but this shows just how ill prepared we are unfortunately how to get there is it people trying to do the right thing when someone suggested requires it maybe sometimes you need the wall to get involved for that to happen because I think most people do the right thing just nat natural interning here some information here's the facts of how it works you do the right thing like we have laws in place because most people are going to kill anybody right not deliberately not gonna be a lot of murdering by most people right and there's a long place because some people only don't murder people because there's a law other people maybe it's because they have a belief in a higher power and authority and and you know other issues of morality or whatever else that goes with it will when it comes to help stop it gets weird get into a cloudy area so there's a story from the courier journal a little but maybe read a courier journal dot com headline levels forcing unwilling co owner of coronavirus patients to self isolate is that right they're forcing unwilling corona virus patients patients to self isolate so here's my question in this goes to the book boasts question that my neighbor had is it right to keep these people who are diagnosed with corona virus to self isolate to stay in their home to shelter in place the way the rest of us are and what they've got to go so far as to do is then to get to those involved with the justice system to go out there maybe put electronic monitoring bracelet or anklet or whatever you call it on a couple of these people because they weren't listening they were gonna go out and run around socialize and whatever else and put the rest of us in heart no I'm gonna lay it out here the way I did with my neighbor and you can agree with me or disagree with me but I'm trying to make sense of it and this is the way I see it respectfully because we live in a society right it's not just me in a big massive swath of land and I'm just hanging on sterling world and I'm doing what I want and I'm not affecting anybody I affect people Jeff is producing the show affects people everyone it affects somebody else or other peoples in doing what we do and my rights and your rights end when we start negatively affecting other people right generally speaking so in the in the case of infectious disease if there's a diagnosis in this case coronavirus and doctors medical professionals health department law enforcement says Hey you've got the code that nineteen stay home don't go out and spread it here's the medication here's the directive will check on you that means you don't go out and make anyone else sick and put them in harm's way because the person in fact did innocent as they may be has the possibility of causing grave meaning deadly harm to other people so your in my responsibility is to handle our business appropriately any even without that diagnosis diagnosis as governor but Wyness said we're all going to self quarantine we're going to shut it down and try to avoid the spread so fewer people get it fewer people die and on the other side will be better off the question again because I think it's not really much of a question but it happened back in the day with typhoid Mary I want to say coded Connie but here's the problem I got a Sudan whose name Connie I don't think she has coded and then if I say co that Connie somebody's going to see her around eleven and maybe getting some food or something maybe that you know the gold lam or whatever it is and they're gonna Connie you got the call that you know it's not me so I don't wanna say color coded Connie but there could be a co that crack you know Christy oracle that Connie your code that could kick it I'm trying to get it to rhyme like typhoid Mary Tiner but that doesn't really rhyme either now that I think about so you know you don't know the story about that if you haven't haven't decided to dig deeper and research it because I have it is a typhoid Mary didn't have any symptoms she was a symptomatic so they put her on that island away from the city in New York and out there it's basically off the Hudson and all that area so that she didn't spread the nastiness to everybody else so if you've got coded nineteen and they say stay home by god you better stay home they know they have to lock you up then I say go head lock him up I don't think that's too much of an intrusion I don't think that's Big Brother that is the the greater good we the people don't want to be in danger Harvey killed dice suffer misery because somebody goes I feel better I don't think I'm sick so much anymore I think it's irresponsible and you got to do what's right and if that means the proverbial man steps in to say you know what stay home and that means you do it is that an intrusion is that an over stretches of responsibility in government in getting into people's business or do you agree like I do to say that it's for the betterment of everybody and I'm sorry so and so has the coded nineteen I'm glad they're not in the hospital I'm glad they don't need a you know ventilator or something to keep alive at this point but the they're okay to be home that means these stay home the culture to stay home I don't even think it's that much of a debate but tell me if I'm wrong five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred eighteen anti the movie operate talk it is sort of like that thing too I mean you see about it and it's common even that is show on Amazon prime I think is what it is it was a PBS show or over and UK it's called the Indian doctor they had smallpox they said they were shutting down the community smallpox is bad in people like nope I want to go out do what I wanted to and the more people got it and then you had people like and I don't hope that they don't do it this weekend but was a solid rock church there on seventy five right they're like no we want people to cooperate god's churches everywhere I couldn't care where you pray god doesn't care where you play I I'd look I'd like it to be with the people I love to know and want to have some togetherness in sharing with it and all those things that we do but there comes a time where you don't want to be spreading it in crowds spread it right and that's what happened with the Indian doctor these people they had a religious guy there and he's like no we're going to go don't worry about what the doctor says Dr no no not god has a better idea well god gave the science sign says if they tell you to isolate isolate five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred eighteen into your chance to get interactive is forcing unwilling cove it nineteen patients to self isolate across the line is that intrusion is that Big Brother trying to be more like North Korea or some Soviet thing or is that just good health for the rest of us in sorry I mean I'm not going anywhere either and I'm healthy as far as I know your chance to speak your mind on the other side of like the ever some ladies as well Mike Brandon others and we'll check some tweets at sterling radio on Twitter this is the nation's station seven hundred WLW just a few weeks ago everything was fine but now it feels like everything's spinning out of control you were worried we get it it's a scary time just to know this we're here for you the latest information the ability to voice your concerns compassion and understanding because that's what friends do we're all in this together and together we'll get through it just fine seven hundred W. L. W. rocky here I just got my oil changed and what do you say under for it has to be the cleanest safest place in the.

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"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:24 min | 1 year ago

"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The Ebola you know it which is a different type of thing than this however I'm wondering how many test who should be tested long term or do you have a window when the the sort of subsides should everyone be tested do we know if they're people who can carry it subsequently know about a symmetra a symptomatic carriers in those type of situations so what would I I just want to know your us your assessment of this in one time table if it's even possible because it seems like we're just now getting to what's under the fingernails of this without looking much more so spelling that with ten questions I know right that my mind just what is listening to this and I was riding on so you know it is for you know you know what to seventy whatever to seventy five and on the listening someplace in thirty eight states on the I heart radio ad that I hear you know somebody's talking to doctor con I'm going to say what I want to know this this this is what every question and have someone allies okay let him go yeah okay so let's go through some of those quickly well for your listeners so yes I have responded to sars which is the same virus in Singapore and the rest of the world previously and that's essentially what we have this is the start of the classic you know there with new coke in a classic coke to that was classic stars and this is a new stars the severe acute respiratory syndrome that the old cars classic cars within two thousand and two two thousand and three and people are able to successfully get that back in the box China today went to bed five thousand cases a day and we're all the way up to eighty thousand they've gone three days without any cases okay so for all of your listeners out there I want them to understand that this is not the zombie apocalypse okay do not go buy a gun let go of the toilet paper okay all right so China has zero today so that's sad hi here in the United States we have these twenty thousand I. paces turning fifty deaths we have probably test thing we probably need to test about ten times more people than we're currently testing the people we need to test that those who have symptoms and we probably need to have a strategy to test those to go in and out of quarantine to see whether or not they turned positive when they were in quarantine and what impact they may have on people who they were quarantining with if they want quarantining by themselves so that's the question around who we need to cancel it if you are healthy my absolutely biggest request to you is please do not go to an emergency room they are busy they don't have enough masks and just because you're healthy and you like I wonder if I'm infected that is not helping our healthcare system right now okay for that did just the police out there right so what we want is people who are sick they are the ones we should be testing right now and the one that public help people come the public health folks come back with the use of the we need you to be tested that that's who should be tested so not everybody and I want to remind people including those who are worried well and you know your concern and I can understand the concern you you read the papers I'm concerned that this is it nobody wants this to see if they can be quite deadly especially if you have a number of chronic conditions and we see what is done in our community it shut down our community so it is the concern and anxiety and frustration and anger is extremely legitimate acts so we need to do what we can to try to help the system and one way to help the system is the port completely absolutely healthy do not go get tested and remember if your test is negative it doesn't mean that tomorrow you want infected so that's why I tell people we can't test everybody every day that's just not a feasible strategy so so I don't know what else do you want to continue on another doctor all the time by the way university Nebraska Medical Center dean there yeah he's also retired for is an assistant US Surgeon General he also used to oversee the CDC's basically an infectious disease team into dealing with the national stockpile which is already addressed a good friend of the show was sterling seven hundred WLW take the next flight yeah go time okay anything you got about two minutes yes okay and and actually a lot of these experience in Singapore are in my book the next pandemic so then let's talk about the disease okay so what we know is that the eighty percent of people who get the disease will be fine about twenty percent will be severely ill and I'll build eighty percent they may completely be a symptomatic of people believe that a big chunk of the individuals have no illness at all but they're still shedding less likely to infect other people but still shedding which was the question you asked people are likely in Texas about forty eight hours or so before they get sick and then they are in fact in the bite when you look at the virus coming out of the body that kind of infectious right away it's not like things like a bowl of that we've talked about before well you sort of become more and more infectious as you get later in your illness and you don't for the most part get infectious when you're a symptomatic but don't have any illness with the bola but with this disease yep even before you're sick you're infectious and if you're putting out virus so that's how you're impacting other people a small proportion of people die and it looks like whether you die the function of a number of different things it's a it's a big function of it is age men do not do as well so if you're listening to me and you want to do something and you smoke stop smoking we know smoking is probably one of the main reasons why men are dying more often than women worldwide than people at multiple illnesses so if they have diabetes or heart disease then unfortunately does individuals are at increased risk so that gives you a sense of what the illness looks like now unfortunately unlike other long illness severe lung illnesses these individuals tend to be sicker longer India in the icy you from the experience we have right here in Nebraska and what I'm reading about in the rest of the world that they're they get really sick and they get sick for a really long time so that's sort of the question about what is the clinical illness look like there you go all right good nothing ended what about those who are quarantine did you guys at the university and arrest a final question the let you hop in and always a wealth of information did you take some of these people I doubt that I'd read so how are they doing how many do you have a new breast so they did find so I did put the federal quarantine orders so we took people that came directly from Wuhan they came right here and this is again the wonderful people in the Bradford how welcoming they were but so we had people directly come from Wuhan here and they went into quarantine everybody was fine after fourteen days I went home and then we took we took up people from the diamond princess from Japan they came right here including people who are actually sick so we took we took that many of the ones who are sick off the diamond princess and took care of them so yeah so we are the place in the U. S. where you send patients who people need to be quarantine and you send people who are sick with the the really hard is easier than you need K. R. send them to the university of Nebraska Medical Center there you go your guy in the know we appreciate your availability into just giving us some insight in an voice of reason and and what appears to be some unreasonable times as we sort of whether disco that nineteen storm Dr Ali Khan dean of college of public health university Nebraska Medical Center former head outbreak teams for CDC also system for for Surgeon General that many gotta you gotta crazy resume so I'm trying to say thank you so much we'll talk again soon Sir take care so much you know I write a quick break come back after ten thirty ports are like the good information from the doctor sterling seven hundred WLW right watering the reminder from seven hundred WLW low maintenance composite decking is never been more affordable like timber tech decking and railing and McCabe lumber Hey Gerry seven here timber tech is a cap polymer decking that his the war to the local would but last longer see that huge McCabe lumber show room in Loveland come test drive the new gas powered Kubota sidekick a factual tractor the first utility vehicle of its kind freedom to roam at forty miles an hour and the power to haul whatever he told its word durability beach be built to get the job done right with acceleration and handling that blur the line between work and fun go see my boys it backs a tractor to take the instrument the tri state's largest Kubota dealer to test ride the psychic and telepathic set in these trying times.

"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"But the big swollen arm in the shingles but don't get shingles given a choice take the shots as well trying to tell you a guy who knows from infectious disease he is the the boss university of Nebraska Medical Center he used to be the guy from other public health preparedness response team for the CDC basically the outbreak team when hell breaks loose when Ebola happens in your bleeding from multiple orifices any particular time and Dickey fever presents itself or something else like measles ends up you know breaking out somewhere in the South Pacific islands say Tonga for instance is we talked in the beginning of it was still nineteen or twenty nineteen here we saw that he was already experiencing the new year well into and through a high tech technology communication we had doctor con on the first part of the year he was already in the new year and he's already now Sunday afternoon Anne's migrated on loan like a premier soccer player of for his expertise in trying to help people stay alive and healthy doctor Ali Khan now where are you it's like finding Waldo good afternoon filling in thank you I'm in Fiji now I'm responsible for help operation the Pacific from Middleton banking and other things that go blow on the night that for the next week that's a pretty nice thing so yeah these people have been suffering in dealing with that I know you talked about and I don't mean to make light of all this is a serious issue you we were talking on and off the air good number of children of law if they're lost their lives as a result of this measles outbreak in that part of the world also yes extremely tragic income all up correct that is that eighty three young kids that lost their lives from measles and a good reminder get vaccinated your children we talked many times about the anti vaccine movement in the insanity in my opinion in yours and people who know you're much more aware of these things and I about the the benefit of it just the same way I talked about you know the idea polio my grandmother suffering from that is it we look to the serious nature of the IT help me make sense of this that's why we reach out to you and I appreciate you making time in the midst of your serious work even though there is chaos there was some people in dealing with sickness it's Fiji so doesn't suck for you in January to lead Nebraska this is the end up somewhere in the South Pacific help under should help us understand your there a couple of different airports those San Francisco Los Angeles as well as JFK in New York where they're inbound flights from Wuhan in China because there's an issue of a virus of some sort of respiratory issue that is is not really fully understood correct then about fifty cases of fog light through the use of severe acute respiratory ailments Hanukkah by province in China it seems to be related to the most of these people getting infected at a wet market I would get other animals it's like three thirty many of these individuals song impacted but now it looks like there's been secondary transmission from some of these people and we have had two three three places outside of Han actual in Thailand and one in Japan and so until this one known about the disease how severe it is another thing to captured not some people up at Haas flies until did more information about how severe the disease is did you actually doing the exact same thing that does cleaning people actively airports were most individuals from Wuhan coming to the United States a doctor con in the midst of these things and we talked about this I mean you know generations ago it was one of these deals with there was an outbreak here it would very unlikely or would take an extended period of time for infection to migrate to Europe or Asia or other things but because now literally within twenty four hours you can be on the other side of the world this could be very bad very fast absolutely correct so I do the search is good fun probably it takes about ten to fourteen days to become sick and intended fourteen days you can be anywhere in the world and so I know we screen people at airports if they're sick but it may not be sick yet what made just gotten back it and so it's always important and this is what a hundred people look into flight from the US centers for disease control and prevention will do whatever minded individuals that they get back in the next two to three weeks after arriving to the United States a trickle few connection right away ZZ indications the symptoms that go along with this doctor Ali Khan by the way from university Nebraska Medical Center guy who knows something she's right now in Fiji were for the world health organization's sharing his expertise and try to help people with measles another and and thank you for your and all other things talking about this outbreak of it think it's the Chinese coronavirus which it seems to be presenting from what I've read and correct me if I'm wrong I know you will that's why we have you here symptoms very similar with a cough and fever in and things almost like the flu which has already been bad here state side though it seems to be dealing with meat products and seafood issues different than what we expect with the flu yeah your your spot on Mister Lang I'd be symptoms are very similar to what people would have with an influenza like illness unfortunately some of these individuals go on to get severe pneumonia and up at sixty oxes to have died so it can be very severe now I do final question here and then we'll let you hop to go on and enjoy paradise but still healing people and trying to keep them from getting sick it's all about prevention in you mention the flu issue and about people dying in obviously secondary infections can turn into ammonia a couple years ago a good friend of mine I used to work with in Columbus John Corby passed away the very similar issue from what I understand this particular strain of the flu that's presenting itself came early and seems to be hitting more people harder at this point just about halfway through the season different than the shot that most people have gotten what what is the variance now compared to other years and how we move ahead thank you for that and that question now shipping from the new crown a virus sars like down there to the United States United States is in the midst of a hello at the damage look at the correct time of year and you are spot on there's a lot more insulin to be this year and in past years and that's causing a lot more in the long the young kids and young adults and unfortunately it looks like there's not a really good vaccine match so you you have to give credit to be informed the experts who who is sexually try to predict what the buyer to the beach in about six months before and for that to make the vaccine and it looks like there's a bit of a vaccine mismatch and not that the backseat you know the exact same as we would like you can beat that combine that with a mismatch and that's what I was seeing a lot of the early illnesses Shia what have I not asked I lied when I said final question this is it what have I not asked that you think is relevant to the flu or anything else here's the thing I'm selfish when I get on here want to get your brain I want to get the nooks and crannies the synapses doctor Kahn and find out what the hell is going on to keep people as healthy as possible because I don't know what what I'm trying to make sense of stuff don't you know they're not and I think for the influence that season it's always reminded for people to protect themselves make sure they got vaccinated good good hand hygiene cough hi gene and you know if you're sick since the home that trust me your co workers will love you for it also there you go in basin and the anti bacterial lotions and creams yes no no no Hey you're logged in the clean yes yes to not to you don't obsess and couples to the point of losing flesh but it's good to.

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"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:39 min | 2 years ago

"university nebraska medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Sunday right here. Seven hundred wwl w my name sterling, it's the nation station that you're listening to Dr Ali Khan communists to give it some time university Nebraska medical center, and he's the dean headman in charge and used also had those outbreak teams or the CDC is the boss there were like when all hell breaks loose and there's some infectious situation going on. He's the guy who knows a thing or two. It's always a pleasure, Dr con welcome back to the big one. How are you tonight? Thank you very much. Always a pleasure to chat with you. Sterling helped me understand. And can you give a little history on the idea of the anti vaccination movement? If you will in the situation that we've dealt with recently with the measles. I mean, my grandmother survived. Polio. Seems historically speaking vaccines have done more good by far than harm. But it seems that there is still this idea out there that we're facing some bad backlash from as far as health is concerned when. It comes to not getting backs nations. Absolutely. In your grandmother's, a great example. I'll we don't wake up nowadays thinking about polio or smallpox. And the reason we don't is because of the success of our national and global vaccination efforts and what's happening right now with measles, this tragic so back in the nineteen sixties needles used to 'cause maybe three to four million cases a year and five hundred deaths. This is the fault we had vaccination. And this is a this is a deadly highly contagious disease of kids and over the course of the last year or so thanks good to a number of different factors. We have seen an increase in cases. And last numbers. I felt we've had hundred twenty seven cases in the United States. And has you know, we've had a couple of large. Outbreaks outbreak in New York City Rockland county in New Jersey. And then a large outbreak in Clark county in wash in Washington. In the midst of these outbreaks, and I've looked at those a little bit. But this is your wheelhouse. Dr Kahn, the fear factor is that this could spread still very quickly. Even though it seems that the vast majority of us have in fact, had these vaccinations. Absolutely. So I have an old mentor. She used to remind you that music is the most contagious disease and absolutely at beats anything out out of the water. And so even if you have a single he always told me through the female unvaccinated person in the United in the world measles would find it. So and that nation rates are very variable across the United States during this current outbreak. Eighty five to ninety percent of the people who got infected were unvaccinated an inclusion for the most part in Clark county in Washington that allows both religious and personal exemptions tobacco nation. I don't believe any of the kids were vaccinated and their rate in the county with seventy eight percent though, and the rates are better in some states such as California and other places with up to ninety five percent, but you can have small communities would wouldn't very little vaccination. And so they are at great risk any measles being imported into their communities. Dr Ali Khan is the dean of Madison university of Nebraska medical center. Former bosses CDC infectious disease division was sterling seven hundred wwl w so in the midst of all this and you talk about the exemptions. Do you believe with the expertise and experience that you have that the idea of an exemption should continue to be allowed? When these people that are unvaccinated, then circle around in populations that are very vulnerable in many cases in it's not like you wear a sign or as a paranoia to think that they could be a problem in the mix. I mean, I'm not trying to force anything on someone. But it seems like it's it's dangerous for the rest of us in the big sandbox alive here, you absolutely, right. So it's dangerous for your own child. And hopefully, your child is very healthy and fit, but it's also dangerous for other children in the community that may happen immune disorder that may have cancer. You know, severe disease, and they're very high risk of getting a very bad case of measles that can cause blindness and deafness, and brain inflammation, and even debt. So you're right. When you when you back needing a child against me does not just protecting your child, you're being a good community citizen in your protecting. Everybody. Exemptions that concerned sterling, they should exist. If medical reasons for an exemption that should be fine. The other exemptions don't make sense. And if you talk to most people have faith, they go we don't really understand what this religious exemption thing is because it's not often belated as opposed to personal belief which gets to the big issue, which you started off with this anti vaccination concept and people who are against vaccinations. And I think it's just part of a bigger issue, which is anti Higham. Right. So we have many people have now created an atmosphere where your opinion counts as much as tax. If you read it in a blog somewhere that measles is back to you that carry much weight at somebody who decided to go to medical school residency did infectious disease training into twenty years studying measles who tells you the vaccine is safe and effective. Please get back to Nate it. I think it's part of a bigger anti buying. Issue where people don't necessarily trust scientists. And that's a big issue. It's a big issue when we think about climate change. It's a big issue when we think about biologic sciences, so bad disturbing. So I I see anti vaccine vaccine people as part of a bigger issue of anti science, and I'm gonna put a little blame on the scientists. Please. Sometimes I don't think we communicate very well. So how much further can we because I remember in school? There were these films. Many of them were even all black and white things came up in the seventies. And eighties. Did they would show in school you'd even see in public service announcements on TV related to some of this issue with unoccupied? So how did we get to a point where somehow science starting? That doesn't sound good for an infectious disease. I hope you're all right. Dr khan. On the little word. I'm outta my period. Don't worry. I certainly hope. So it's a good thing. You're there and not in the studio. We already have enough problem with people passing illness around. But how did we get to a point where science became something that people doubt so much when the reality exists that whether it was the huge problem with polio. Back in the fifties in the early sixties to all these other things to where we are. Now. I mean, people talked about autism. They've talked about other problems rightly or wrongly where it seems like hard science has come out time and time again to say, no that's not an accurate in fair argument against this. Absolutely. And you'd have to absolutely spot on message measles vaccine is safe and effective. And there's nothing that associates measles vaccination with autism or thrown disease or diabetes or any of that stuff. But I think it's you know, it's part of anti science think about it. If you came to me and said, I don't feel very well. And I said telling your blood pressure is not doing very well. Here's a drug, and you go, you know, what doc I'm discounting all of your. Medical training. I really think I have a urinary tract infection. And I want you to prescribe the drug to me I throw on TV today that the equivalent when somebody says I'm not going to get my kid back because I read somewhere that it's not good. In how much of a problem? Are we seeing in this? I mean, we know about the measles outbreak. I don't know about moms. I don't know about diptheria and polio and tetanus and all this other stuff. I don't hear about a whole lot of people with lockjaw sudden. But what else is out there that we need to be worried about in? How can you ensure order sort of reiterate this feeling? So there's a let's just do me for a second. Okay. So last year, we had we eliminated measles in the United States between two thousand and seven and two thousand and ten for our cases for the most part are all because individuals come from outside the United States have not been vaccinated and then then needle spread like wildfire. Among those in the US who still are not vaccinate. And I think there were eighty two imported cases last year. Disease anywhere as the disease everywhere. So that everybody has taken care of the measles problems. We in the United States will remain at risk and one hundred and twenty seven cases in the US are tragic, but if you look at what's going on in the rest of the world, you know, the South America had completely eliminated Nicos three years ago. And then Venezuela, you know, when Helena Handbasket and so got imported their intervene as well. And then into Brazil in Ukraine alone. The sixteen thousand cases Europe, I think is at seventy thousand cases last year. So there continues to be measles around the world that needs to be taken care of vaccination issues, and that's true for other diseases. So I was in Bangladesh last year for the theory outbreak diptheria is another disease that get better with vaccination coming back to the US. We need to remind people make sure they had. Not kids, but adults vaccinated we have really low rates against HP vaccine, which is an anti cancer vaccine because of all sorts of. Issues with people not recognizing it as an anticancer vaccine. So get the message out there. Protect your kid. Protect your community get back in. What about you mentioned HP? What about the relationship with the idea of the flu virus and say hepatitis? I know I see these ads for what they're worth talk about that. How how much of an issue is it, and they talk about people that are older than me into their late fifties into their sixties, apparently an even older where some of this hepatitis swimming around. How did that get to be the case in how series of a concern is it though, both are? So both are concern and people should get tested for based on the their age group. Tested for hepatitis C. We vaccinate kids for hepatitis B. Another anticancer vaccine that we use against kids, and we rarely we see some hepatitis A. You may remember on the west coast. There was an outbreak. Amongst hepatitis say amongst the homeless and population in. Resource population due to poor hygiene, lack of the facilities. Influenza remains the problem every year in the United States. We know we have people who do not get back to when we continue to see severe disease across the United States every year. I think anywhere between fifteen and forty thousand deaths a year in the US from influenza or another example where people should go out and get acclimated Donncha anything else before we let you go. And I appreciate as always Dr Ali Khan from university of Nebraska medical center is the dean there and former boss of the infectious disease groups that are the CDC the center for disease control final final thought. What public health does is invisible? To you. But when people are getting back to hated and everything goes, well, nobody you don't call me and say Dr con what's going on. That's another example of why it's important to support public health. We would like to remain invisible forever. And make sure things are going well in our communities, and we don't have these type of outbreaks. So in other words, basically put a good roof on your house. You don't have a problem. But you start seeing leaks and stuff you gotta get in front of it rather than behind you got it. All right. There you go. Good to talk to you. Dr Ali Khan, thanks so much for your time. Thank you. I appreciate it. We'll come back quick break your chance to get interactive about this infectious diseases..

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