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"vaccine business" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:36 min | Last month

"vaccine business" Discussed on WJR 760

"Dr Simms, Doctor Denenberg joining us with their expertise and insights regarding the covert 19. Vaccine. I want to try toe to kind of go Rapid fire through as many of these calls is, we hand so a Zoe can't so please keep your questions Brief and doctors. Simms and Dr Denenberg will try to also keep our answers brief as well. Because we've got a lot of people that want to talk to you, Tim and Temperance eyes. You've got a question for one of our doctors. Yes, um, and calendar. You're 2013. I had a saddle embolus and I carry the Lupus clotting factor specifically which one of the vaccines would be best for me. I could jump in on that one really quick. Um, you know the I'm sure. What's got you worried is the recent reports about the Johnson and Johnson vaccine and an incredibly rare Complication with clotting. That complication is in much more common in young women, and it's a clotting issue in where they get a clot in the brain. Um Very where I think it's about one in 500,000 is where they're estimating it right now, But I can. I can very much understand where that would concern you being somebody who has issues with clotting. Such I would recommend trying get either the visor of the modern A vaccine. Those two have not been associated with any issues and clotting. As of now. Terrific, Tim. I hope that answers your question. Thank you for it. Let's go to build a new Baltimore and I tried build it kind of get yours question in with the other one. But I guess we missed the most important part. You got an infusion recently. Your question for our doctors. Yes, I guess I got my first shot. Two days later. I tested positive and I went to Henry Ford got the cold infusion and I'm getting conflicting reports on When did you get my second shot? Yeah, I was a monoclonal antibody achieved. Okay. Good enough. I hear your wife in the background. You have a practicing physician in your family, just like I do. Bill. Your question. Your answer. Dr Simms? Yes. So it's a great question. We don't have Absolute specific numbers for this, but You know, the monoclonal antibody. It gives you an antibody against the vaccine, but it's gets back into season against the virus. But it's temporary. At last, you know, probably a few months. Um at most, the We generally recommend that you try to get the vaccine after that Monoclonal is out of your system, because when you produce the spice Protein, which is what you want your immune system to react to from the vaccine. You don't want there to be a lot of anti body there to neutralize it before your immune system can act on it. And depending on how soon after You got the First dose. Might consider saying that that first dose probably isn't going to have the normal impact. It should now again. There are no studies specifically on that, And I'm not aware of Ability. TOC say. You know that first dose doesn't count. We're going to give you two more doses at this point, but at the position I would start to think about that. So you want to wait to get that second dose till after that monoclonal is out of your system. Terrific. Dr Simms. Thank you and Bill, you'll ask your position about whether not maybe you should have a third shot. Once you can get back in there for for the second one. Thank you for that for that call. I want to go to Dr Denenberg for a moment, And this is regards the mask guidance that the CDC released yesterday We learned that for fully vaccinated adults, they say we can congregate outdoors and small groups without masks with other fully vaccinated. People just not the big concert venues and things like that. But if we want to get together with friends, and we want our kids who are other family members are little ones to be part of the social gatherings. What's the guidance? Do we need to make sure that they continue to wear masks or if we're all vaccinated? Shouldn't be okay. The kids are vaccinated, which they can't be yet I would say yes, just point. The kids need to remain vaccinated when they're out in those groups with their family members guided me, man fully vaccinated. Masks right Think, because bashing died six choices with fully vaccinated. Don't and Children under 16 years of accidents, continue wearing the mask, continuing close of business and compare hand washing control of vaccines available. Um, but you know again, the guidance came out for vaccinated folks, and so we have to continue to follow that guidance. That we protect their kids. But to get to that herd immunity so so adults and kids should continue wearing the masks, even though the adults are fully vaccinated. The adults don't necessarily have to wear the mask it within that group of the kids need to continue to wear the mask till they get back, okay? Okay. Good enough. Thank you. Um, let's get Todt in Rochester, Dave. Good afternoon to you. A guy I want to thank you, Dr Simms and Dr Denenberg for this public services. It's very timely and welcome. We have three camps of vaccinations in IRS are maybe two or three camps. You know, we got the crazies Conspiratorialist. We got that people may be the free riders thinking that equals sodium. Somewhere around there will have heard immune to the end of the sweat it out. And we have what often people like Mitch album and we had a color in your show guy yesterday more the more intelligent want to say. Yeah, but I don't know the long term effect. It is an emergency use auf authorization. After all, I think it was either Dr Simms or Denver. This went through. What? Emergency authorization Woz. I looked a doctor. It's a very simple process through. Well, we get too deep into it. I just need I need a question, Dave. I'll do respect I'm running out of time here alleviate concerns that there is a higher risk of long term Expect. Based on the fact we're almost 12 months into the testing emergency authorization was six months ago. Okay. And I'm going to think both Dr Simms and Dr Denenberg for being with us. We've got will have another doctor coming up in the next half hour. Dr. Simms. If you want to take that, or Dr Dannenberg, either one Sure, um, on Billy's Doctor Denenberg, add on anything you'd like. But, you know, like you said, we're six months post the anyway you issued, which means we're more than six months post. The end of the clinical trials. At this point, there's no long term side effects that have been identified. I don't expect there to suddenly become long term side effects. Past this point. What they're watching for that and they watch for that with, you know everything with every drug that gets approved with every team that gets approved. They keep watching for these things. In what we call post marketing review, and that will keep going forward as well. Gentlemen, thank you both very, very much when we come back Doctor, Jonathan's Aidan, who is the owner of women's excellence. He's an O B g Y n your questions about fertility about the Johnson and Johnson.

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"vaccine business" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:58 min | 5 months ago

"vaccine business" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I'm just get on a rainy Wednesday will be January 27 cold to handle and morning crew big stories that we are covering. The Biden administration said that by next week, vaccine supply will be up 17%. And finally, we're getting a national plan to a deal with the, uh, the vaccine. Uh and, um well, I've got a lot to cover. Ah, California State University is not gonna increase tuition. Okay, That's good news. On and, uh let's go right into Clark Howard Cheapskate University. Good Morning, Clark. Good morning. Have you had your first vaccine yet? I have not have you? Yeah. Yeah, Yeah. Who did you pay? And how much did it cost you? Because usually, uh, you know, did you ask for a used one? I did. I took one that have been spoiled. You know, that was properly refrigerated. So how do you know California's a little bit tougher? How did you get it? So in Georgia? If you're 65 or older, you know, I'm almost 66. You're eligible to get one in Category one A. And so it wasn't especially hard because we have a lot of people that are reluctant about getting the vaccine here. So I got my 1st 12 weeks ago and I get my second when two weeks from now and I'll be done. I got Moderna. You know the visor. You got it three weeks apart. But Donna, you do four weeks apart. It looks like he's here. I think California is. I think they brought it down to 65. But you can't get appointments to mess in California as this whole vaccine business site here is very, very tough, but we're gonna be good and I really believe Leave that we're gonna be S O much better off in just a few weeks because as you just related there's actually a plan now and so we're going to get shots and people's arms and The shot. You know it. The nurses gave me my shot Asked me the strangest question for she gave me the shot bill, she said. Which side are you? A side Sleeper. I said yes. Like, where's this going? And she said which side do you sleep on it? I had to think about it, man. She's okay. So I'm giving you the shot because I sleep on my right side. She said I'm giving you a shot in your left arm. Because I've had people complaining. Their arm gets really, really sore. You know, one of the side effects you two days. My arm felt like Mike Tyson had taken just one. I mean, even if his age it was still really hurt, right? Hit me so hard in the left arm. I couldn't believe And then then all of a sudden, it just didn't hurt at all anymore. So we changed it. And I understand. I understand the second one is even worse. It's worth it. Okay. Point You have no kidding. All right, Clark, let's move right into. I will do the TVs after the break on deals with week cause I know, prior Super Bowl. It's always great deals, but the cheapest and best quality grocery stores out there And is that a contradiction in terms or it is, in part, you know, there's industry internals. Survey that's done each year called the Done Humvee, which none of us is consumers would know about, but it's a big thing in the industry, and they found that Amazon Was best overall is a place to order groceries. But when they looked at price, Amazon was far down the list as a very expensive place to buy groceries. So you know, convenience is one thing. Crisis, something completely different, But there's a huge change in Southern California in the last five years. That has totally changed the grocery equation. In Southern California in terms of pricing, Southern California was never a competitive market for groceries. And now it has become a very competitive market and the discounters are taking Maura Maura Market share in this same survey, all D Is far and away the cheapest place to buy groceries. And all the is opening up locations. Cross Southern California Bam Bam bam one after another after another, where it was rare to find in all D in your neighborhood there now widely available across No orange and L. A County, um to the East is Riverside County. They're opening up more and more stores. And then when Cho foods have you ever been in a wind Co. No, I have not. You heard of them? No. You haven't heard a wind coast so they're opening They've come into Southern California and not a lot of locations yet, but win Co Is owned by its employees there, the third cheapest place to buy groceries in the country, according this industry survey. And their stores are kind of like almost like a Costco just for groceries. And their prices are really, really great. And win win code did not score in the top. Stores in terms of overall experience, but I find they're very pleasant places to shop. And but the quality is there a direct correlation between price and quality. Bill. I will always accept what we're quality for a lower price. You asking me? Ah, quality question. No, no se you outside of the Clark Howard family. We're not even the family because the rest of your family you know there tonight. They're realistic. Yeah, they're not completely delusional. Trader Joe's is probably the best combo. Okay, Southern California of having an overall good experience, good quality stuff.

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"vaccine business" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:59 min | 7 months ago

"vaccine business" Discussed on KGO 810

"Thurston. We are joined a to end of the program here by Dr Robert Wachter. He is the professor and chair of the Department of Medicine at UCSF. Dr. Walker. Thank you so much for being with us this afternoon. Thank you. So I'm I want to talk about the vaccines first. There are a number of them that are looking for approval on and it looks like there may be some Vaccines that are going to be utilized by the end of December. 1st. I want to ask a real basic question. We've heard that vaccine development generally takes a long time years. In fact, what did we skip in order to fast track these vaccines and is there any concern about what's missing? Oh, we skipped the periods during which the drug companies are worried about whether they're gonna make any money on Had every pharmaceutical company that was in the vaccine business jump in with both feet. We had the risk to the company's taken away by the government, giving them a whole lot of funding for for their research for doing the clinical trials. And even to fund the manufacturing in the distribution the vaccines before we knew that anything would work, and so what? We didn't skip was really big, rigorous clinical trials to be sure that they worked and that they are safe and the results have come out spectacularly well better than our wildest dreams and the FDA. We all were worried that they might skip some of the steps because there was political pressure on them. Tow approve accidents before the election, but luckily they their spines stiffened. They stood up Tonto to our president, and they said, no, we're gonna do what we normally do, which is a detailed evidence based review. To be sure, these air effective and safe vaccine, So the answer is. I don't think we skipped any important steps. We've just gotten them in record time in which you should all be grateful for that. All of them are different, right? They're not all that they didn't all come up with the same answer, so they They're all different Vaccines. Isn't it kind of startling that all of them are showing such tremendous results. As far as the opportunity is considered. It turned out that there are a few different categories of the first to the ones that have gotten most. The news, the Fizer and the modern, a vaccine or actually, incredibly similar there pretty much The same technology the same method. The vaccine itself is wrapped in a little bit of a different wrapper, like when you take a long acting pain reliever, and it's sort of in a capsule that has that governs its released, But the medicine itself is the same. So so the first to the visor maturing are pretty much the same with a slightly different vehicle by which they're delivered. The AstraZeneca. The next vaccine coming out is Different Isa different vaccine, And it has shown slightly less impressive results still pretty good still better than many vaccines that we have and that we use, but not quite at the level of, you know, nearly almost 100% ethics see that the first two vaccines came out with the modern in the fires of vaccines, which again are pretty much the same vaccine. You know, Both of them proved to be 95% effective system proved to be incredibly safe. And so we should feel Very good about what we've seen. I wanna brag for just a minute that my sister was one of the participants in the fighter trial and good. Yeah, it major said. Yeah, Well, I hope you know, I mean, that's a worry because I'd love to hear how sick you know the the where he where we're hearing is from many people A crummy day. You know, my arm hurts. I have a fever. I feel flu ish. And if I'll tell you, if that's the price when you know we have to pay to be immune from both getting Cove it and what's really impressive is getting really sick from Cove ID. I'm gonna be first in line to get that. So you know, it's a little worse than the flu vaccine in terms of symptoms, but not terrible. And for most people, you know, two days after the vaccination, they're feeling fine. Yeah, Hers was short lived, and she is a scientist herself, And so she kind of jumped to the front of the line. She couldn't wait to start. So here's the thing I heard this morning from someone who heard it from someone who played golf with a scientist. That is some of them very rigorous information retrieval process. You have exactly that some of the vaccines or maybe one of the vaccines, but there's a vaccine in any event. Whose test only involved the trial only involved 85 people. Could that possibly be true? No, that's not right. All right, let's just so you know each other. Each other vaccines has been tested now and more than 10,000 people. What the person may be referring to is that is the number of cases so so you know if you do a vaccine trial, and you have 10,000 people who got vaccine and 10,000 people who got a placebo. What you're looking for is how many people came down with cases of cove it and, um, and so you may have been the numbers air very. But those air not that far off from the numbers, So in love defies her trial. For example, there may have been 150 cases of Cove ID in the entire group in battle. That's a small number. But if it turns out that 140 of them were in people who got placebo and 10 of them were in people that got vaccine you are really, really, really Sure that it works and and and the Madonna results, said the final results just came out this morning in the modern, a trial. There were about that number of cases of Cove it But then they broke the code. And it turned out the 30 people in the entire trial again of more than 10,000 people who got we're in the trial 30 people got severe code, meaning that the ones we really care about, you know if you have feel call me for a day or two. That's not great, but it's not the end of the world. But these are people who had very low oxygen levels had to go to the I see you wear it risk of dying really bad stuff of the 30 people in whom that happened. All 30 were in the placebo group. None of them were in the patients who got the vaccine and and these air trials that are randomized. They take everybody And they just say it's a random distribution of where they get vaccine or placebo. And so 30 patients out of 30 were in the placebo group. None of them were in the vaccine group. That is just a staggeringly effective and makes me really, really comfortable that these vaccines, you know, we are sure that they work. So how soon will you and I be able to get them? I mean, you'll probably get it before me. You're exactly what I was gonna rub that in, but it's probably is.

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"vaccine business" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"vaccine business" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"What he's saying. But I heard some high numbers now. The report continues with a quote from the guy the doctor from the hospital, but the hospital are the beds that possibly available for coming. Patience is not one that actually not accurate. What it means is the current phase that the hospital has a 90% market for that particular base. According and Matt Hospital. Covert 19 patients only make up about 6% of all current patients, and then released this statement of Faith News four regarding the numbers saying in part When our senses drop significantly the beginning of the 19 outbreak. We appropriately reduced the number of staff beds we report. The fact that our occupancy is high means we're doing a good job of matching our resources to the level of demand during this crisis. Of course, you just heard master mention how we need and want more people start wearing mask and social distancing here in South Carolina. The people of Anderson County, reiterating that same idea So what has happened now is they've allocated X amount of their beds and resource is all the way up and down the line to Cove. It's not the full it. No, it's not the full hospital like it was before or only Cove it till now. They have between 80 and certainly 19 100% occupancy. That's how you run the business. You've got to be at least 85 comfortable you? Of course. Of course. Why do you think they're doing away on the airlines with the middle seat past? Ah Spacing by no no they're doing with the key number. There's a 6% of the total was over 6%. That's a small number of allocate X number of best with covert people. Hey, it's 100% of capacity. Of the six and there's numbers are being used abused. Shut us down in Austin and and I'm I'm not having at this time. I'm not having it. This is really messed up. And and it seems like pretty much everyone. I look at the City Council. They're idiots. Then I read anything that God knows what they're into. But they had their not. They can't be serious, really. Adler. He just sits there. Just whatever this guy was gonna find out who it was, who showed up for 10 minutes and gave the options. Now he's clearly the He's the the heat seeking missile. And now we're being threatened with 35 day complete lock down, which will mean that's terrorist man. Do you know what terrorists do? They blow something up. And then when the ambulance comes, they blow they blow up some more bombs. Get rid of you. You loved the ambulance. This is a terrorist tactics were in tatters here in arm. Hospital finding this quite amusing from coming from you. What do you mean? What Texas was so ahead of everybody else, and you were kind of the stuff for your locals. There in Austin. Everything was going swimmingly. And then somehow it all turns turn south. And now you're being threatened with 35 day actual locked down. We don't even have that threat here in California. I know it's to teach us a lesson. Lessons learned is what we need here. You know who's teaching you a lesson. They Hey, Who's the Illuminati? The new? No. Maybe weaken. Maybe we can boil it down to a couple of different things because And I'm just gonna go back to foul chief for a sec. The vaccine business. Is a little different this time around, and that will be evidence by some news that came out today. That is about a therapeutic, not a vaccine. But listen to what he says. How this is arranged. With the vaccine Cos this time around, So if this was normal business as usual, no emergency Companies would not make investments in the next step until they were sure of the previous step. It wouldn't be manufacturing doses unless they knew the vaccine would work. What's happened now, with major investments on the part of the federal government that When these products reach a certain point face too early Phase three. You're gonna push the button and already start manufacturing, which I just want to try to just distill that for second before he continues, so unlike any other time This vaccine has been pre funded for distribution levels by the federal government. The money is already in They've got the majority of what they needed. The numbers are astronomical, and we paid for it. We phase three. We're gonna push the button and already start manufacturing. Which means that if you prove That it's effective or not, But let's assume it is and it's December January. By that time, you will already have a lot of doses to distribute. In fact, several of the cos I can't Vouch for them. But they're saying it with confidence. Several of the cos They're saying that by the beginning of 2020 into 20 twist to be 2021 into 2021 they will have hundreds of millions of doses and after a year or so, even as many as a 1,000,000,000 doses So if that's true, and we'll take them on their word, then you and I and others could have a vaccine that we might be able to take in December, January February, so that's your market right there, and it's pre funded. It's good to go. The stock will be ready and there's an entire system for getting this into people's bodies. And there's a lot of money and they're all raring to go and we learned today. This's from The Guardian. A kind of a pissed off article. It's the Guardian. US secures World stock of Key Cove in 19 drug Ram disappear from this severe is you know what has replaced Hydroxy Chlor Quinn as well as the preferred in the public eye in the fight and on Lee for end of life and all life with it, and it only costs $3120. For the typical patient, And here we are. The United States has bought up virtually all the stocks for the next three months of remnants of year we're talking Half a 1,000,000 doses, so you know money is flowing people. There's a lot of steak here. No one gives a crap about your health. Otherwise, they might tell you. Hey, you know, here's what you could do that trumpet economy, which unbelievably seems to be coming back with a nine car Zephyr. So like contradicts everything, but But this is a toll is so take all of this data together. This is a scam. This is an absolute scamp, and it's working so well. That way. We have the backyard cocktail Friday evening. I'm getting ready for it. I have my mug. It actually says it's not world's best. Dad. It's best that ever it'll do it. You know, white mug close enough. So I emailed my buddy with some bull crap excuses about something else. Any replies back. Oh, by the way, you know, I heard We were asked to bring her own glass. You know, I'm a hugger, man. So what's the protocol? You know, he replies were full. Has Matt Sudhir? So we're going to be sitting in the back yard with masks on with our own with my mug and 60 feet apart from each other, I guess. Tom. I appreciate the invite man who knows I may learn something. Maybe it'll be delightful. You never know. Yeah, it's this. There's something really weird going on. And it has to be the power of the pharmaceutical industry. We know that television news cannot cover what we just did. And we know why. You know, In fact, last night I hope people appreciate that, By the way. Dr Marc Siegel, who is not my favorite doctor, He always appears on Tucker Carlson. Carson has no advertisers. He's got my pillow dot com. He's got my people dot com..

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"vaccine business" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

08:46 min | 1 year ago

"vaccine business" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"What he's saying. But I heard some high numbers. Now. The report continues with a quote from the guy that doctor from the hospital, but the hospital here with over the beds that Possibly available for coming about what? That actually not accurately. What it means is the current phase that the hospital has a 90% of the infirm for that particular face. According and man Hospital. Kobe 19 patients only make up about 6% of all current patients and then released this statement and everyone offense news for regarding the numbers, saying in part When our senses drop significantly the beginning of October 19 outbreak we appropriately reduced the number of staff beds. We report. The fact that our occupancy is high means we're doing a good job of matching our resources to the level of demand during this crisis. Of course, you just heard master mention how we need and want more people start wearing mask and social distancing here in South Carolina. The people of Anderson County, reiterating that same idea So what has happened now is they've allocated X amount of their beds and resource is all the way up and down the line to Cove. It's not the Ford. No, It's not the full hospital like it was before or only coverted till now. They have a between 80 and certainly 19 100% occupancy. That's how you run the business. You've got to be at least 85 comfortable you? Of course. Of course. Why do you think they're doing away on the airlines with the middle seat past Spacing by No, No there, do I. For the key number. There's a 6% of the total was over 6%. That's a small number of allocate X number of best with covert people. A. It's 100% capacity. And of the six and there's numbers are being used. Abused. Shut us down in Austin, and and I'm I'm not having it this time. I'm not having it. This is really messed up. And and it seems like pretty much everyone. I look at the City Council. They're idiots. Then I read anything that God knows what they're into. But they had their not. They can't be serious, really. Adler. He just sits there. Just whatever this guy was gonna find out who it was, who showed up for 10 minutes and gave the options. Now he's clearly the He's the the heat seeking missile. And and now we're being threatened with 35 day complete lock down, which will mean that's terrorist man. You know what terrorists do. They blow something up. And then when the ambulance comes, they blow they blow up some more bombs. Get rid of you. You loved the ambulance. This is a terrorist tactics were in tatters here in our This hospital finding this quite amusing from coming from you. What do you mean? What Texas was so ahead of everybody else, and you were kind of you step for your locals there in Austin. Everything was going swimmingly. And then somehow it all turned turned south. And now you're being threatened with 35 day actual locked down. We don't even have that threat here in California. I know it's to teach us a lesson. Lessons learned is what we need here. You know who's teaching you the lesson. They Hey, Who's the Illuminati? The new No. Maybe we can. Maybe we can boil it down to a couple of different things because and I'm just gonna go back to foul chief for a sec. The vaccine business. Is a little different this time around, and that will be evidenced by some news that came out today. That is about a therapeutic, not a vaccine. But listen to what he says. How this is arranged. With the vaccine Cos this time around, So if this was normal business as usual, no emergency Companies would not make investments in the next step until they were sure of the previous step. It wouldn't be manufacturing doses unless they knew the vaccine would work. What's happened now with major investments on the part of the federal government. That when these products reach a certain point face too early Phase three, we're gonna push the button and already start manufacturing, which I just want. Try to just still that for second before he continues, So unlike any other time, this vaccine has been pre funded for distribution levels by the federal government. The money is already in. They've got the majority of what they needed. The numbers are astronomical, and we paid for it. We phase three. We're gonna push the button and already start manufacturing. Which means that if you prove That it's effective or not, But let's assume it is and it's December January. By that time, you will already have a lot of doses to distribute. In fact, several of the cos I can't Vouch for them. But they're saying it with confidence. Several of the cos They're saying that by the beginning of 2020 into 20 twist you to be 2021 into 2021 they will have hundreds of millions of doses and after a year or so, even as many as a 1,000,000,000 doses So if that's true, and we'll take them on their word, then you and I and others could have a vaccine that we might be able to take in December, January February, so that's your market right there, and it's pre funded. It's good to go. The stock will be ready and there's an entire system for getting this into people's bodies. And there's a lot of money and they're all raring to go and we learned today. Uh, this was from the Guardian kind of a pissed off article. It's the Guardian. Us secures world stock of Key Cove in 19 drug Ram disappear from this severe is you know what has replaced Hydroxy chlorate. Quinn as well as in referred in the public eye in the fight, and on Lee for end of life changes like shit with it, and it only costs $3120. For the typical patient, And here we are. The United States has bought up virtually all the stocks for the next three months of remnants. Severe We're talking Half a 1,000,000 doses, so you know money is flowing people. There's a lot of steak here. No one gives a crap about your health. Otherwise, they might tell you. Hey, you know, here's what you could trump economy, which unbelievably seems to be coming back with a nine car Zephyr. So which contradicts everything we know, But this is a toll is so take all of this data together. This is a scam. This is an absolute scamp, and it's working so well. That way. We have the backyard cocktail Friday evening. I'm getting ready for it. I have my mug. It actually says it's not world's best. Dad. It's best that ever it'll do it. You know, white mug close enough. So I emailed my buddy with some bull crap excuses about something else. Any replies back. Oh, by the way, you know, I heard We were asked to bring her own glass. You know, I'm a hugger, man. So what's the protocol? You know, he replies were full. Has Matt Sudhir? So we're going to be sitting in the back yard with masks on with our own with my mug and six feet apart from each other, I guess. Tom. I appreciate the invite man who knows I may learn something. Maybe it'll be delightful. You never know. Yeah, it's this. There's something really weird going on it and it has to be the power of the pharmaceutical industry. We know that television news cannot cover what we just did. And we know why. In fact, last night. I hope people appreciate that, By the way. Dr Marc Siegel, who is not my favorite doctor, He always appears on Tucker Carlson. Carson has no advertisers. He's got my pillow dot com that Z's got my people dot com the local car ads And that's it and on Mark Seal comes on the doctor, he says. This is this is bullcrap, he says. This testing.

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"vaccine business" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

11:51 min | 1 year ago

"vaccine business" Discussed on No Agenda

"This there's so much as early up to I don't know but I think he's in bed with him and he's not to be one hundred percent trust at this because this is not a cavalier issue. He's really dismissed. This from the get go. This is the second time of hurt him like Cranston decided shut up already can do whatever you want as long as a safe vaccine. That's not what the law says very disappointing. If you WANNA know how. These things work with forced vaccinations. Let's take one particular case in one minute and thirty seconds. Of course it's a Robert Kennedy junior and it's never good audio with is good audio but his throat as tough. But it's worth listening to. He's going to explain how force vaccinations work. And why in this case the tightest be vaccination which every child in the United States receives at birth came to be a mandatory vaccine for children in the United States. And I'm sure it's similar. In other countries appetite back in ways that was the sign or appetite is really only acted groups which were smell homosexuals intervene. His drug users share needles and a prostitute engage and protected tax. The back pain was designed for the US groups because they were getting hurt. My appetite is a when Merck created the vaccine it turns out it couldn't sell an economy. Those particularly no interest in buying a burke went back to see and said listen. We made the factory or not. Make any money on those vaccines. You need to do something to help us. So she said Oh problem we mandated for babies but normal childhood some other is not infected as zero-risk and will not have as at least until their mid deans change and yet we give that every day. They're born with seen only lasts for two years that he has been injected on their own between the they're worn day. They're two years old. There is zero chance that they are going to engage in sexual acts or be involved with the prostitute or shoot share needles. And so all. This is the only reason for that. Accident is eight financial benefit at Berkeley and now glaxo amounting mandated. To Children is disgusting and they tried to pull the same thing with Gardasil. It was the same idea. You need this young young child baby baby boy for for Genital Warts. Baby boy go. You need this is discussing. And you know how many schools have not mandated by into it. And if you're against it you're an anti VAC sir. Well that leads me to the last series. Then I can rule these out. We have a new doctor. Who's making some noise disguise? Very well spoken. He is from California was on another local station out in Sure we're in Orange County. His name is Dr Jeff Bark and yeah this thing is going around the I. I'll tell you before you play it. I had this clip What bothers me I like. I like his message. I think he's right on the money he gave a spiel. It was done. It's like kind of video. Pike is what bothers me. He's got two little little emblems on his jacket on his collar. One of them's the American flag and that's on the looking at him is on the right and on the left is A. Don't tread on me flag. I have one of those on my my new holster do you. Yes it's beautiful. Wait until you see this fantastic. So that media. I don't like to sort of type of virtuous signaling right. I don't like yes. Well in fact I was going to play it with that in mind and pre announcing I have three short minutes fifteen clips from him. What he's saying is correct but he is he. He actually says well. It's too bad. This is being politicized. But he's obviously politicizing and himself and that's an overall issue but I just pulled a couple of things. I thought were interesting as he identifies. I and complains about the incredible pushback that medical doctors and professionals have received from the mainstream over alternatives to lockdown or even discussing it in general and we have examples where that actually didn't happen when you look at Sweden when you look at South Korea when you look at Thailand and other countries where they didn't have the draconian lockdowns like we have here. So it's possible that there'd be more people killed as a result of this virus but it's also possible that we would have reach herd immunity quicker and we'd see this virus now quieting down like we've seen with other respiratory viruses in the past and there are some prominent epidemiologists Envir- Allah that put this message forward. But what happens there band on Youtube? Facebook blocks them the mainstream narrow narrative the mainstream media never gives them any airtime except to criticize them. Here's Dr So. And so who says the following then they have their own expert that says no way their fraud and and by the way did you know that they got a speeding ticket. A few months ago or something of that sort. So there's this narrative that's going forward and I'm not sure why I don't want to believe Mellon tent from a motive standpoint but it's hard to believe say what I believe Mellon Tent. Yeah it. He'll bring that ordered. I'm not sure why I don't want to believe Mallon. I think the reason he saying this is because he's very political and he's got to read his thought bubble. I think this is mel intent. I think that's what he's saying. Really come on we. We know how this goes and especially with the. Don't tread on me. So we know his position from a motive standpoint but it's hard not to believe that some on the left in the mainstream media really hope that we can continue this on long enough to elect our president and. I'm sorry to say that but I think there's some there's some truth to that. I don't want to believe that politicians and decision makers have that perspective but I think some of them lean in that direction where. They're not entirely disappointed. That this mainstream scare is going on To the extent that it helped bitter did it. Hurts president trump? I think he's absolutely correct. But let's get down to the basics and not the political part the coating of Covid nineteen death. This is a big issue. Even with the New York Times they had one hundred thousand death the faces the names hundred thousand names at which already one has been identified as a gunshot victim just recently. There's an article just ran and the Pacific northwest. I think I may have posted it on twitter where It looks like two or three gunshot victims have been credited this coded. Yes and this possible. This is what I hope comes out of. This is that the public at large stops believing stops believing in the bull. The starts doing their own work. That we have enough connectivity. You couldn't believe what you want to. There's a lot of documentation lots of the by the way. Trump is not absolved of any hanky-panky with the vaccine and pharmaceutical business. Here's one I found you remember when he fired bright. The Farmers Schill who've been in and out Rick Rick Brightest his name at bright. Yeah Dr Rick Rick. Bright yet so he is far Michelle. He's been in and out of government and Vaccine Business for the twenty years three years in three years out doing his business so trump somehow he gets demoted pushed away and then trump brings in Dr Slowly S. A. L. O. U. I. Along with a general and they're going to be running operation warp speed. There's about one hundred vaccines now in development one hundred different companies. Well Dr Slough. He is a former member of the board of Directors of Moderna Inc the number one vaccine contender. So it's all shoes everywhere and digital anything about the vaccine is not that they're gonna even develop a vaccine. It's the money the just the money they don't even care if there's a vaccine designed to get everybody's afraid and nobody blinks and I when they start throwing tons of money at Vaccine Development The problem we've seen over and over is we have no reliable data therefore the models are good. We have just numbers of people who are dying. Did they die do they is another great document in the show notes the CDC numbers just good to look at them comparing twenty eighteen. Nineteen Twenty Nine Thousand Nine hundred twenty twenty season actually saint. We had four thousand less left desk less deaths overall in In two thousand nine look at the chart. I'm confused now. Anyway that's the point who's dead. What were they coded as in Koo? Who's who's who is infected. Please tell me what's happening Dr Bark? I've heard that some doctors are attributing cove in nineteen as the cause of death with a lot of their patients are doctors motivated to get as many code of nineteen patients as possible so he can receive federal funds. So I don't WANNA say they're motivated to our incentives in place and the incentives are based on good motives. Meaning that if a hospital system is overwhelmed because we're treating patients with his virus than we're gonNA reimburse them at a higher rate to make up for some of the work in difficulty in trauma that they've been experiencing by taking care of these patients so there are mechanisms in place to reimburse hospitals but the only way they can track that is by tracking the number of covid nineteen patients and the number of deaths that are associated with covid nineteen patients so what we do see is happening is is patients that died but without a laboratory diagnosis they're getting coded Covid. Nineteen and there's this natural human tendency to lean in the direction of something that is economically benefiting their healthcare system when I code On our electric medical record systems there are coding for covid nineteen and The the the the organizations that provide these coatings let us know what the what the what the cost and benefit is for for making these codes. So I don't WanNa say there's dishonest doctors out there that are doing this purposely. But there's this natural tendency to lean in the direction and code in a way that will ensure higher reimbursements for a healthcare system. That's overwhelmed then. You heard right there in the beginning. He says we get reimbursed. Was Different Reimbursement and I. It's administrators I don't know if only the doctors are doing this or whatever it is but it's clear that the data is not clean which another reason excited about talking to the dog on Tuesday to more clips. I'm going to lead you right into your Roxie series.

United States president Trump Robert Kennedy Vaccine Business Cranston Dr Bark Dr Rick Rick Merck Dr Jeff Bark Gardasil Pacific northwest Rick Rick Youtube New York Times Berkeley California Facebook
"vaccine business" Discussed on No Agenda

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11:51 min | 1 year ago

"vaccine business" Discussed on No Agenda

"This there's so much nasty as early up to I don't know but I think he's in bed with him and he's not to be one hundred percent trust at this because this is not a cavalier issue. He's really dismissed. This from the get go. This is the second time of hurt him like Cranston decided shut up already can do whatever you want as long as a safe vaccine. That's not what the law says very disappointing. If you WANNA know how. These things work with forced vaccinations. Let's take one particular case in one minute and thirty seconds. Of course it's a Robert Kennedy junior and it's never good audio with is good audio but his throat as tough. But it's worth listening to. He's going to explain how force vaccinations work. And why in this case the hepatitis? B Vaccination which every child in the United States receives at birth how that came to be a mandatory vaccine for children in the United States. And I'm sure it's similar. In other countries. Appetite is back in ways. That was the sign or appetite is really only acted groups which were smell homosexuals. Intervene is drug users. Share needles and a prostitute engage and protected tax. The knee back pain was designed for the US groups because they were getting hurt. My appetite is a when Merck created the vaccine it turns out it couldn't sell an economy. Those particularly no interest in buying the a burke went back to see and said listen. We made the factory or not. Make any money on those vaccines. You need to do something to help us. So she said Oh problem we mandated for babies but normal childhood some other is not infected as zero-risk and will not have as at least until their mid deans change and yet we give that every day they're born with seen only lasts for two years that he has been injected on their own between the they're worn day. They're two years old. There is zero chance that they are going to engage in sexual acts or be involved with the prostitute or shoot share needles. And so all. This is the only reason for that. Accident is eight financial benefit at Berkeley and now glaxo amounting mandated to children. It's disgusting and they tried to pull the same thing with Gardasil. It was the same idea. You need this young young child baby baby boy for for Genital Warts. Baby boy go. You need this is discussing. And you know how many schools have not mandated by into it. And if you're against it you're an anti VAC sir. Well that leads me to the last series. Then I can rule these out. We have a new doctor. Who's making some noise disguise? Very well spoken. He is from California was on another local station out in Sure we're in Orange County. His name is Dr Jeff Bark and yeah this thing is going around the I. I'll tell you before you play it. I had this clip What bothers me I like. I like his message. I think he's right on the money he gave a spiel and it was done. It's like kind of a video. Pike is what bothers me. He's got two little little emblems on his jacket on his collar. One of them's the American flag and that's on looking at him is on the right and on the left is A. Don't tread on me flag. I have one of those on my my new holster do you. Yes it's beautiful. Wait until you see this fantastic. So that media. I don't like to sort of type of virtuous signaling right. I don't like yes. Well in fact I was going to play it with that in mind pre announcing. I have three short minutes fifteen clips from him. What he's saying is correct but he is he. He actually says well. It's too bad. This is being politicized. But he's obviously politicizing and himself and that's an overall issue but I just pulled a couple of things. I thought were interesting as he identifies. I and complains about the incredible pushback that medical doctors and professionals have received from the mainstream over alternatives to lockdown or even discussing it in general and we have examples where that actually didn't happen when you look at Sweden when you look at South Korea when you look at Thailand and other countries where they didn't have the draconian lockdowns like we have here. So it's possible that there'd be more people killed as a result of this virus but it's also possible that we would have reach herd immunity quicker and we'd see this virus now quieting down like we've seen with other respiratory viruses in the past and there are some prominent epidemiologists Envir- Allah just put this message forward. But what happens there band on Youtube? Facebook blocks them the mainstream narrow narrative the mainstream media never gives them any airtime except to criticize them. Here's Dr So. And so who says the following then they have their own expert that says no way their fraud and and by the way did you know that they got a speeding ticket. A few months ago or something of that sort. So there's this narrative that's going forward and I'm not sure why I don't want to believe Mellon tent from a motive standpoint but it's hard to believe say what I believe Mellon Tent. He'll bring that ordered. I'm not sure why I don't want to believe Mallon. I think the reason he saying this is because he's very political and he's got to read his thought bubble. I think this is mel intent. I think that's what he's saying. Really come on we. We know how this goes and especially with the. Don't tread on me. So we know his position from a motive standpoint but it's hard not to believe that some on the left in the mainstream media really hope that we can continue this on long enough to elect our president and. I'm sorry to say that but I think there's some there's some truth to that. I don't want to believe that politicians and decision makers have that perspective but I think some of them lean in that direction where. They're not entirely disappointed. That this mainstream scare is going on To the extent that it helped bitter did it. Hurts president trump? I think he's absolutely correct. But let's get down to the basics and not the political part the coating of Covid nineteen death. This is a big issue. Even with the New York Times they had one hundred thousand death the faces the names hundred thousand names at which already one has been identified as a gunshot victim just recently. There's an article. I just ran and the Pacific northwest. I think I may have posted it on twitter where It looks like two or three gunshot victims have been credited this coded. Yes and this possible. This is what I hope comes out of. This is that the public at large stops believing stops believing in the bull. The starts doing their own work. That we we have enough connectivity. You couldn't believe what you want to. There's a lot of documentation lots of the by the way. Trump is not absolved of any hanky-panky with the vaccine and pharmaceutical business. Here's one I found you remember when he fired bright the farmers she'll who've been in and out Rick Rick Brightest his name at bright. Yeah Dr Rick Rick. Bright yet so he is far Michelle. He's been in and out of government and Vaccine Business for the twenty years three years in three years out doing his business so trump somehow he gets demoted pushed away and then trump brings in dr slowly. Sa L. O. U. I. Along with a general and they're going to be running operation warp speed. There's about one hundred vaccines now. In development one hundred different companies. Well Dr Slough. He is a former member of the board of Directors of Moderna Inc the number one vaccine contender. So it's all shoes everywhere and digital anything about the vaccine is not that they're gonna even develop a vaccine. It's the money the just the money they don't even care. If does a vaccine designed to get everybody's afraid nobody blinks and I when they start throwing tons of money at vaccine development The problem we've seen over and over is we have no reliable data therefore the models are good. We have just numbers of people who are dying. Did they die do they is another great document in the show notes the CDC numbers just good to look at them comparing Twenty Eighteen nineteen twenty nine thousand nine hundred twenty twenty season actually saint. We had four thousand less left desk less deaths overall in In two thousand nine look at the chart. I'm confused now. Anyway that's the point who's dead. What were they coded as in Koo? Who's who's who is infected. Please tell me what's happening Dr Bark? I've heard that some doctors are attributing cove in nineteen as the cause of death with a lot of their patients are doctors motivated to get as many code of nineteen patients as possible so he can receive federal funds. So I don't WANNA say they're motivated to our incentives in place and the incentives are based on good motives. Meaning that if a hospital system is overwhelmed because we're treating patients with his virus than we're gonNA reimburse them at a higher rate to make up for some of the work in difficulty in trauma that they've been experiencing by taking care of these patients so there are mechanisms in place to reimburse hospitals but the only way they can track that is by tracking the number of covid nineteen patients and the number of deaths that are associated with covid nineteen patients so what we do see is happening is is patients that died but without a laboratory diagnosis they're getting coded Covid. Nineteen and there's this natural human tendency to lean in the direction of something that is economically benefiting their healthcare system when I code On our electric medical record systems there are coding for covid nineteen and The the the the organizations that provide these coatings let us know what the what the what the cost and benefit is for for making these codes. So I don't WanNa say there's dishonest doctors out there that are doing this purposely. But there's this natural tendency to lean in the direction and code in a way that will ensure higher reimbursements for a healthcare system. That's overwhelmed then. You heard right there in the beginning. He says we get reimbursed. Was Different Reimbursement and I. It's administrators I don't know if only the doctors are doing this or whatever it is but it's clear that the data is not clean which another reason excited about talking to the dog on Tuesday to more clips. I'm going to lead you right into your Roxie series.

United States Trump Robert Kennedy Vaccine Business president Cranston Dr Rick Rick Dr Bark Merck Dr Jeff Bark Gardasil Pacific northwest Rick Rick Youtube New York Times Berkeley California Facebook
"vaccine business" Discussed on No Agenda

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11:51 min | 1 year ago

"vaccine business" Discussed on No Agenda

"This there's so much nasty as early up to I don't know but I think he's in bed with him and he's not to be one hundred percent trust at this because this is not a cavalier issue. He's really dismissed. This from the get go. This is the second time of hurt him like Cranston decided shut up already can do whatever you want as long as a safe vaccine. That's not what the law says very disappointing. If you WANNA know how. These things work with forced vaccinations. Let's take one particular case in one minute and thirty seconds. Of course it's a Robert Kennedy junior and it's never good audio with is good audio but his throat as tough. But it's worth listening to. He's going to explain how force vaccinations work. And why in this case the hepatitis? B Vaccination which every child in the United States receives at birth how that came to be a mandatory vaccine for children in the United States. And I'm sure it's similar. In other countries. Appetite is back in ways that was the sign or hypolite is really only acted groups which were smell homosexuals intervene. His drug users share needles and a prostitute engage and protected tax knee back. Pain was designed for the US groups because they were getting hurt. My appetite is a when Merck created the vaccine it turns out it couldn't sell an economy. Those particularly no interest in buying a burke went back to see and said listen. We made the factory or not. Make any money on those vaccines. You need to do something to help us. So she said Oh problem we mandated for babies but normal childhood some other is not infected as arrest and will not have as at least until their mid deans change and yet we give that every day. They're born with seen only lasts for two years that he has been injected on own between the they're worn day. They're two years old. There is zero chance that they are going to engage in sexual acts or be involved with the prostitute or shoot share needles. And so all. This is the only reason for that. Accident is eight financial benefit at Berkeley and now glaxo amounting mandated to children. It's disgusting and they tried to pull the same thing with Gardasil. It was the same idea. You need this young young child baby baby boy for for Genital Warts. Baby boy go. You need this is discussing. And you know how many schools have not mandated by into it. And if you're against it you're an anti VAC sir. Well that leads me to the last series. Then I can rule these out. We have a new doctor. Who's making some noise disguise? Very well spoken. He is from California was on another local station out in Sure we're in Orange County. His name is Dr Jeff Bark and yeah this thing is going around the I. I'll tell you before you play it. I had this clip What bothers me I like. I like his message. I think he's right on the money he gave a spiel and it was done. It's like kind of a video. Pike is what bothers me. He's got two little little emblems on his jacket on his collar. One of the American flag. And that's on. The looking at him is on the right and on the left is A. Don't tread on me flag. I have one of those on my my new holster do you. Yes it's beautiful. Wait until you see this fantastic. So that media. I don't like to sort of type of virtuous signaling right. I don't like yes. Well in fact I was going to play it with that in mind and pre announcing I have three short minutes fifteen clips from him. What he's saying is correct but he is he. He actually says well. It's too bad. This is being politicized. But he's obviously politicizing and himself and that's an overall issue but I just pulled a couple of things. I thought were interesting as he identifies. I and complains about the incredible pushback that medical doctors and professionals have received from the mainstream over alternatives to lockdown or even discussing it in general and we have examples where that actually didn't happen when you look at Sweden when you look at South Korea when you look at Thailand and other countries where they didn't have the draconian lockdowns like we have here. So it's possible that there'd be more people killed as a result of this virus but it's also possible that we would have reach herd immunity quicker and we'd see this virus now quieting down like we've seen with other respiratory viruses in the past and there are some prominent epidemiologists Envir- Allah that put this message forward. But what happens there band on Youtube? Facebook blocks them the mainstream narrow narrative the mainstream media never gives them any airtime except to criticize them. Here's Dr So. And so who says the following then they have their own expert that says no way their fraud and and by the way did you know that they got a speeding ticket. A few months ago or something of that sort. So there's this narrative that's going forward and I'm not sure why I don't want to believe Mellon tent from a motive standpoint but it's hard to believe say what I believe Mellon Tent. He'll bring that ordered. I'm not sure why I don't want to believe Mallon. I think the reason he saying this is because he's very political and he's got to read his thought bubble. I think this is mel intent. I think that's what he's saying. Really come on we. We know how this goes and especially with the. Don't tread on me. So we know his position from a motive standpoint but it's hard not to believe that some on the left in the mainstream media really hope that we can continue this on long enough to elect our president and. I'm sorry to say that but I think there's some there's some truth to that. I don't want to believe that politicians and decision makers have that perspective but I think some of them lean in that direction where. They're not entirely disappointed. That this mainstream scare is going on To the extent that it helped bitter did it. Hurts president trump? I think he's absolutely correct. But let's get down to the basics and not the political part the coating of Covid nineteen death. This is a big issue. Even with the New York Times they had one hundred thousand death the faces the names hundred thousand names at which already one has been identified as a gunshot victim just recently. There's an article just ran and the Pacific northwest. I think I may have posted it on twitter where It looks like two or three gunshot victims have been credited this coded. Yes and this possible. This is what I hope comes out of. This is that the public at large stops believing stops believing in the bull. The starts doing their own work. That we have enough connectivity. You couldn't believe what you want to. There's a lot of documentation lots of the by the way. Trump is not absolved of any hanky-panky with the vaccine and pharmaceutical business. Here's one I found you remember when he fired bright the farmers she'll who've been in and out Rick Rick Brightest his name at bright. Yeah Dr Rick Rick. Bright yet so he is far Michelle. He's been in and out of government and Vaccine Business for the twenty years three years in three years out doing his business so trump somehow he gets demoted pushed away and then trump brings in Dr Slowly S. A. L. O. U. I. Along with a general and they're going to be running operation warp speed. There's about one hundred vaccines now in development one hundred different companies. Well Dr Slough is a former member of the board of Directors of Moderna Inc the number one vaccine contender. So it's all shoes everywhere and digital anything about the vaccine is not that they're gonna even develop a vaccine. It's the money the just the money they don't even care if the vaccine designed to get everybody's frayed nobody blinks and I when they start throwing tons of money at Vaccine Development The problem we've seen over and over is we have no reliable data therefore the models are good. We have just numbers of people who are dying. Did they die do they is another great document in the show notes the CDC numbers just good to look at them comparing twenty eighteen. Nineteen Twenty Nine Thousand Nine hundred twenty twenty season actually saint. We had four thousand less left desk less deaths overall in In two thousand nine look at the chart. I'm confused now. Anyway that's the point who's dead. What were they coded as in Koo? Who's who's who is infected. Please tell me what's happening Dr Bark? I've heard that some doctors are attributing cove in nineteen as the cause of death with a lot of their patients are doctors motivated to get as many code of nineteen patients as possible so he can receive federal funds. So I don't WANNA say they're motivated to but there are incentives in place and the incentives are based on good motives. Meaning that if a hospital system is overwhelmed because we're treating patients with his virus than we're gonNA reimburse them at a higher rate to make up for some of the work in difficulty in trauma that they've been experiencing by taking care of these patients so there are mechanisms in place to reimburse hospitals but the only way they can track that is by tracking the number of covid nineteen patients and the number of deaths that are associated with covid nineteen patients so what we do see is happening is is patients that died but without a laboratory diagnosis they're getting coded covid. Nineteen and there's this natural human tendency to lean in the direction of something that is economically benefiting their healthcare system when I code On our electric medical record systems there are coding for covid nineteen and The the the the organizations that provide these coatings let us know what the what the what the cost and benefit is for for making these codes. So I don't WanNa say there's dishonest doctors out there that are doing this purposely. But there's this natural tendency to lean in the direction and code in a way that will ensure higher reimbursements for a healthcare system. That's overwhelmed then. You heard right there in the beginning. He says we get reimbursed. Was Different Reimbursement and I. It's administrators I don't know if only the doctors are doing this or whatever it is but it's clear that the data is not clean which another reason excited about talking to the dog on Tuesday to more clips. I'm going to lead you right into your Roxie series.

United States president Trump Robert Kennedy Vaccine Business Cranston Dr Bark Dr Rick Rick Merck Dr Jeff Bark Gardasil Pacific northwest Rick Rick Youtube New York Times Berkeley California Pain
"vaccine business" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

11:51 min | 1 year ago

"vaccine business" Discussed on No Agenda

"This there's so much nasty as early up to I don't know but I think he's in bed with him and he's not to be one hundred percent trust at this because this is not a cavalier issue. He's really dismissed. This from the get go. This is the second time of hurt him like Cranston decided shut up already can do whatever you want as long as a safe vaccine. That's not what the law says very disappointing. If you WANNA know how. These things work with forced vaccinations. Let's take one particular case in one minute and thirty seconds. Of course it's a Robert Kennedy junior and it's never good audio with is good audio but his throat as tough. But it's worth listening to. He's going to explain how force vaccinations work. And why in this case the hepatitis? B Vaccination which every child in the United States receives at birth how that came to be a mandatory vaccine for children in the United States. And I'm sure it's similar. In other countries. Appetite is back in ways. That was the sign or appetite is really only acted groups which were smell homosexuals intervene. His drug users share needles and a prostitute so engage and protected tax. The back pain was designed for the US groups because they were getting hurt. My appetite is a when Merck created the vaccine it turns out it couldn't sell an economy. Those particularly no interest in buying a burke went back to see and said listen. We made the factory or not. Make any money on those vaccines. You need to do something to help us. So she said Oh problem we mandated for babies but normal childhood some other is not infected as zero-risk and will not have as at least until their mid deans change and yet we give that every day. They're born with seen only lasts for two years that he has been injected on their own between the they're worn day. They're two years old. There is zero chance that they are going to engage in sexual acts or be involved with the prostitute or shoot share needles. And so all. This is the only reason for that. Accident is eight financial benefit at Berkeley and now glaxo amounting mandated to children. It's disgusting and they tried to pull the same thing with Gardasil. It was the same idea. You need this young young child baby baby boy for for Genital Warts. Baby boy go. You need this is discussing. And you know how many schools have not mandated by into it. And if you're against it you're an anti VAC sir. Well that leads me to the last series. Then I can rule these out. We have a new doctor. Who's making some noise disguise? Very well spoken. He is from California was on another local station out in Sure Wearing Orange County. His name is Dr Jeff Bark and yeah this thing is going around the I. I'll tell you before you play it. I had this clip What bothers me I like. I like his message. I think he's right on the money he gave a spiel. It was done. It's like kind of a video. Pike is what bothers me. He's got two little little emblems on his jacket on his collar of the American flag. And that's on. The looking at him is on the right and on the left is A. Don't tread on me flag. I have one of those on my my new holster do you. Yes it's beautiful. Wait until you see this fantastic. So that media. I don't like to sort of type of virtuous signaling right. I don't like yes. Well in fact I was going to play it with that in mind pre announcing. I have three short minutes fifteen clips from him. What he's saying is correct but he is he. He actually says well. It's too bad. This is being politicized. But he's obviously politicizing and himself and that's an overall issue but I just pulled a couple of things. I thought were interesting as he identifies. I and complains about the incredible pushback that medical doctors and professionals have received from the mainstream over alternatives to lockdown or even discussing it in general and we have examples where that actually didn't happen when you look at Sweden when you look at South Korea when you look at Thailand and other countries where they didn't have the draconian lockdowns like we have here. So it's possible that there'd be more people killed as a result of this virus but it's also possible that we would have reach herd immunity quicker and we'd see this virus now quieting down like we've seen with other respiratory viruses in the past and there are some prominent epidemiologists Envir- Allah that put this message forward. But what happens there band on Youtube? Facebook blocks them the mainstream narrow narrative the mainstream media never gives them any airtime except to criticize them. Here's Dr So. And so who says the following then they have their own expert that says no way their fraud and and by the way did you know that they got a speeding ticket. A few months ago or something of that sort. So there's this narrative that's going forward and I'm not sure why I don't want to believe Mellon tent from a motive standpoint but it's hard to believe say what I believe Mellon Tent. He'll bring that ordered. I'm not sure why I don't want to believe Mallon. I think the reason he saying this is because he's very political and he's got to read his thought bubble. I think this is mel intent. I think that's what he's saying. Really come on we. We know how this goes and especially with the. Don't tread on me. So we know his position from a motive standpoint but it's hard not to believe that some on the left in the mainstream media really hope that we can continue this on long enough to elect our president and. I'm sorry to say that but I think there's some there's some truth to that. I don't want to believe that politicians and decision makers have that perspective but I think some of them lean in that direction where. They're not entirely disappointed. That this mainstream scare is going on To the extent that it helped bitter did it. Hurts president trump? I think he's absolutely correct. But let's get down to the basics and not the political part the coating of Covid nineteen death. This is a big issue. Even with the New York Times they had one hundred thousand death the faces the names hundred thousand names at which already one has been identified as a gunshot victim just recently. There's an article. I just ran and the Pacific northwest. I think I may have posted it on twitter where It looks like two or three gunshot victims have been credited this coded. Yes and this possible. This is what I hope comes out of. This is that the public at large stops believing stops believing in the bull. The starts doing their own work. That we have enough connectivity. You couldn't believe what you want to. There's a lot of documentation lots of the by the way. Trump is not absolved of any hanky-panky with the vaccine and pharmaceutical business. Here's one I found you remember when he fired bright the farmers she'll who've been in and out Rick Rick Brightest his name at bright. Yeah Dr Rick Rick. Bright yet so he is far Michelle. He's been in and out of government and Vaccine Business for the twenty years three years in three years out doing his business so trump somehow he gets demoted pushed away and then trump brings in dr slowly. Sa L. O. U. I. Along with a general and they're going to be running operation warp speed. There's about one hundred vaccines now in development one hundred different companies. Well Dr Slough is a former member of the board of Directors of Moderna Inc the number one vaccine contender. So it's all shoes everywhere and digital anything about the vaccine is not that they're going to even develop a vaccine. It's the money the just the money they don't even care. If does a vaccine is designed to get everybody's afraid and nobody blinks and I when they start throwing tons of money at vaccine development The problem we've seen over and over is we have no reliable data therefore the models are good. We have just numbers of people who are dying. Did they die? Do there is another great document in the show notes the CDC numbers just good to look at them comparing twenty eighteen. Nineteen Twenty Nine Thousand Nine hundred twenty twenty season actually saint. We had four thousand less left desk less deaths overall in In two thousand nine look at the chart. I'm confused now. Anyway that's the point who's dead. What were they coded as in Koo? Who's who's who is infected. Please tell me what's happening Dr Bark? I've heard that some doctors are over. Attributing cove in nineteen as the cause of death with a lot of their patients are doctors motivated to get as many code of nineteen patients as possible so he can receive federal funds. So I don't WANNA say they're motivated to but there are incentives in place and the incentives are based on good motives. Meaning that if a hospital system is overwhelmed because we're treating patients with his virus than we're gonNA reimburse them at a higher rate to make up for some of the work in difficulty in trauma that they've been experiencing by taking care of these patients so there are mechanisms in place to reimburse hospitals but the only way they can track that is by tracking the number of covid nineteen patients and the number of deaths that are associated with covid nineteen patients so what we do see is happening is is patients that died but without a laboratory diagnosis they're getting coded Covid. Nineteen and there's this natural human tendency to lean in the direction of something that is economically benefiting their healthcare system when I code On our electric medical record systems there are coding for covid nineteen and The the the the organizations that provide these coatings lettuce know what the what the what the cost and benefit is for for making these codes. So I don't WanNa say there's dishonest doctors out there that are doing this purposely. But there's this natural tendency to lean in the direction and code in a way that will ensure higher reimbursements for a healthcare system. That's overwhelmed then. You heard right there in the beginning. He says we get reimbursed. Was Different Reimbursement and I. It's administrators I don't know if only the doctors are doing this or whatever it is but it's clear that the data is not clean which another reason excited about talking to the dog on Tuesday to more clips. I'm going to lead you right into your Roxie series.

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"vaccine business" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

11:51 min | 1 year ago

"vaccine business" Discussed on No Agenda

"This there's so much nasty as early up to I don't know but I think he's in bed with him and he's not to be one hundred percent trust at this because this is not a cavalier issue. He's really dismissed. This from the get go. This is the second time of hurt him like Cranston decided shut up already can do whatever you want as long as a safe vaccine. That's not what the law says very disappointing. If you WANNA know how. These things work with forced vaccinations. Let's take one particular case in one minute and thirty seconds. Of course it's a Robert Kennedy junior and it's never good audio with is good audio but his throat as tough. But it's worth listening to. He's going to explain how force vaccinations work. And why in this case the hepatitis? B Vaccination which every child in the United States receives at birth how that came to be a mandatory vaccine for children in the United States. And I'm sure it's similar. In other countries. Appetite is back in ways that was the sign or hypolite is really only acted groups which were smell homosexuals. Intervene is drug users. Share needles and a prostitute engage and protected tax knee. Back pain was designed for the US groups because they were getting hurt. My appetite is a when Merck created the vaccine it turns out it couldn't sell an economy. Those particularly no interest in buying a burke went back to see and said listen. We made the factory or not. Make any money on those vaccines. You need to do something to help us. So she said Oh problem we mandated for babies but normal childhood some other is not infected as zero-risk and will not have as at least until their mid deans change and yet we give that every day. They're born with seen only lasts for two years that he has been injected on their own between the they're worn day. They're two years old. There is zero chance that they are going to engage in sexual acts or be involved with the prostitute or shoot share needles. And so all. This is the only reason for that. Accident is eight financial benefit at Berkeley and now glaxo having mandated to children. It's disgusting and they tried to pull the same thing with Gardasil. It was the same idea. You need this young young child baby baby boy for for Genital Warts. Baby boy go. You need this is discussing. And you know how many schools have not mandated by into it. And if you're against it you're an anti VAC sir. Well that leads me to the last series. Then I can rule these out. We have a new doctor. Who's making some noise disguise? Very well spoken. He is from California was on another local station out in Sure we're in Orange County. His name is Dr Jeff Bark and yeah this thing is going around the I. I'll tell you before you play it. I had this clip What bothers me I like. I like his message. I think he's right on the money he gave a spiel and it was done. It's like kind of a video. Pike is what bothers me. He's got two little little emblems on his jacket on his collar of the American flag. And that's on. The looking at him is on the right and on the left is A. Don't tread on me flag. My new holster do you. Yes it's beautiful. Wait until you see this fantastic. So that that media I don't like to sort of type of virtuous signaling right. I don't like yes. Well in fact I was going to play it with that in mind pre announcing I have three short minutes fifteen clips from him. What he's saying is correct but he is he. He actually says well. It's too bad. This is being politicized. But he's obviously politicizing and himself and that's an overall issue but I just pulled a couple of things. I thought were interesting as he identifies. I and complains about the incredible pushback that medical doctors and professionals have received from the mainstream over alternatives to lockdown or even discussing it in general and we have examples where that actually didn't happen when you look at Sweden when you look at South Korea when you look at Thailand and other countries where they didn't have the draconian lockdowns like we have here. So it's possible that there'd be more people killed as a result of this virus but it's also possible that we would have reach herd immunity quicker and we'd see this virus now quieting down like we've seen with other respiratory viruses in the past and there are some prominent epidemiologists Envir- Allah that put this message forward. But what happens there band on Youtube? Facebook blocks them the mainstream narrow narrative the mainstream media never gives them any airtime except to criticize them. Here's Dr So. And so who says the following then they have their own expert that says no way their fraud and and by the way did you know that they got a speeding ticket. A few months ago or something of that sort. So there's this narrative that's going forward and I'm not sure why I don't want to believe Mellon tent from a motive standpoint but it's hard to believe say what I believe Mellon Tent. He'll bring that ordered. I'm not sure why I don't want to believe Mallon. I think the reason he saying this is because he's very political and he's got to read his thought bubble. I think this is mel intent. I think that's what he's saying. Really come on we. We know how this goes and especially with the. Don't tread on me. So we know his position from a motive standpoint but it's hard not to believe that some on the left in the mainstream media really hope that we can continue this on long enough to elect our president and. I'm sorry to say that but I think there's some there's some truth to that. I don't want to believe that politicians and decision makers have that perspective but I think some of them lean in that direction where. They're not entirely disappointed. That this mainstream scare is going on To the extent that it helped bitter did it. Hurts president trump? I think he's absolutely correct. But let's get down to the basics and not the political part the coating of Covid nineteen death. This is a big issue. Even with the New York Times they had one hundred thousand death the faces the names hundred thousand names at which already one has been identified as a gunshot victim just recently. There's an article just ran and the Pacific northwest. I think I may have posted it on twitter where It looks like two or three gunshot victims have been credited this coded. Yes and this possible. This is what I hope comes out of. This is that the public at large stops believing stops believing in the bull. The starts doing their own work. That we have enough connectivity. You couldn't believe what you want to. There's a lot of documentation lots of the by the way. Trump is not absolved of any hanky-panky with the vaccine and pharmaceutical business. Here's one I found you remember when he fired bright the farmers she'll who've been in and out Rick Rick Brightest his name at bright. Yeah Dr Rick Rick. Bright yet so he is far Michelle. He's been in and out of government and Vaccine Business for the twenty years three years in three years out doing his business so trump somehow he gets demoted pushed away and then trump brings in Dr Slowly S. A. L. O. U. I. Along with a general and they're going to be running operation warp speed. There's about one hundred vaccines now in development one hundred different companies. Well Dr Slough. He is a former member of the board of Directors of Moderna Inc the number one vaccine contender. So it's all shoes everywhere and digital anything about the vaccine is not that they're gonna even develop a vaccine. It's the money the just the money they don't even care. If does a vaccine designed to get everybody's afraid and nobody blinks and I when they start throwing tons of money at vaccine development The problem we've seen over and over is we have no reliable data therefore the models are good. We have just numbers of people who are dying. Did they die do they is another great document in the show notes the CDC numbers just good to look at them comparing twenty eighteen. Nineteen Twenty Nine Thousand Nine hundred twenty twenty season actually saint. We had four thousand less left desk less deaths overall in In two thousand nine look at the chart. I'm confused now. Anyway that's the point who's dead. What were they coded as in Koo? Who's who's who is infected. Please tell me what's happening Dr Bark? I've heard that some doctors are over. Attributing cove in nineteen as the cause of death with a lot of their patients are doctors motivated to get as many code of nineteen patients as possible so he can receive federal funds. So I don't WANNA say they're motivated to but there are incentives in place and the incentives are based on good motives. Meaning that if a hospital system is overwhelmed because we're treating patients with his virus than we're gonNA reimburse them at a higher rate to make up for some of the work in difficulty in trauma that they've been experiencing by taking care of these patients so there are mechanisms in place to reimburse hospitals but the only way they can track that is by tracking the number of covid nineteen patients and the number of deaths that are associated with covid nineteen patients so what we do see is happening is is patients that died but without a laboratory diagnosis they're getting coded Covid. Nineteen and there's this natural human tendency to lean in the direction of something that is economically benefiting their healthcare system when I code On our electric medical record systems there are coding for covid nineteen and The the the the organizations that provide these coatings. No what the what the what the cost and benefit is for for making these codes. So I don't WanNa say there's dishonest doctors out there that are doing this purposely. But there's this natural tendency to lean in the direction and code in a way that will ensure higher reimbursements for a healthcare system. That's overwhelmed then. You heard right there in the beginning. He says we get reimbursed. Was Different Reimbursement and I. It's administrators I don't know if only the doctors are doing this or whatever it is but it's clear that the data is not clean which another reason excited about talking to the dog on Tuesday to more clips. I'm going to lead you right into your Roxie series.

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"vaccine business" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

14:33 min | 1 year ago

"vaccine business" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"As well as at Bloomberg Dot com well one of the things that investors are looking for when I think about this pandemic and the krona virus is what is going to be the role of biotech and big Pharma in coming up with some treatments ultimately a vaccine. There's some decent news out of Gilead Sciences. Today they may have they may be onto something to give us a sense of kind of where we are with the healthcare system and the biotech companies in a Pharma companies who welcome our good friends. Santas L. Sanford Elliott director research for Bloomberg Intelligence. But more importantly his day job. He is one of the top healthcare analyst. He's based in London so Sam. Thanks for joining us. Give us a little sense of what the news was out of Gilead. How IMPORTANT IS I? Hope you're old well So obviously we've got to bits of news that have just come out what. Gilead self put out was a trot tested the done to try and see where they're five days of the drug is as good as ten days of of drug. Obviously nobody wants to be going in for a daily infusion of drug more than they have to so in that study that day reported which wasn't very severe patients. Apparently five days was just as good as ten days. A lot of people netflix. Read between the lines and look at the number of patients who recover didn't recover and trying to understand whether the drug works from that trial but of course he wasn't controlled and you know what what our motto is if it's not controlled if he's not randomized. You really have to wait until you see that data. The other major news is this headline thing that we've seen nothing. Max talked about earlier on the radio too and that was that the national shoot for Allergy and infectious diseases has got this trial that is randomized as apparently worked in four hundred patients. And it's going to be some data on that now that's a proper trial testing ten days with a distributor. So the problem is we just don't know what the data is taking a step back. I want to understand the importance of Rim desert being successful in other words. How broadly can this be used? If it's something that has to be administered in a hospital like setting for only the most severe patients is it a game changer. When it comes to the pandemic what a great question at the end of the day. I think we all love to have a single game. Changer I would be very happy to see this drug. Be that single game changer. What he's not going to help you and I sitting at home feel secure to go out. All we know. Is that any of these drugs that are being tested for drugs. That are going to help us. Hopefully get better faster without suffering too much once. We've got the disease if we get the disease. So that's what they're all being tested for rush drug. The Pfizer drugs the astro drug the regeneration and Sanofi drugs to make us feel really good and game. Change everything you still need that vaccine that gives you protection. So let's go there Sam. I think you know a lot of the officials that we all hear about what the government officials or health care officials. They seem to have kind of coalesced around this twelve to eighteen months timeframe for coming up with a vaccine to me. You know just having a little bit of experience. That seems very short. That seems like I'm more used to a number of years. Give us a sense of how you think. The timing of a vaccine might play out right so I have to continue to be humble here in that. I haven't been in a lab with my hands for twenty years but the and you listen to a little scientists a lot of top scientists from the scripts institute from Oxford University and they all are very optimistic given what they know about the virus not all viruses. Thank God created equally and I heard one virologist if this was on the scale of HIV being ingenious this is one that flunk type school. Thank goodness I am glad to hear that Immune System. I love that comment. So if that is true and technologies will work with the with the Everything that's being thrown developing vaccine with all these companies ranging from biotechs to the big shots in Vaccine Business Pfizer Glaxo Salafi and Merck I hope that they are right. But you still have to get everything has to work out for this to be to be successful with that sort of timeframe. San There's also a question of the pipeline of production here and how quickly once there is a vaccine it can get mass produced and distributed to enough people to get some sort of herd immunity. What do we know on that front in terms of the cooperation internationally with say what's going on an Oxford where they're starting human trials so Oxford seems to be doing some interesting stuff here in there? They're not really necessarily interested in being a vaccine company themselves. You know just sort of a an announcement today that the Serum Institute of India is going to produce their vaccine and they're thinking of well. We're going to do that. We're going to keep it for India. I'm assuming vaccine if it's successful would be available to whoever wants to take it on and manufacture it so I wouldn't be surprised to see more countries or more companies from different countries coming up and say right. We'll have a go at that but at the end of the day with regards to national politics versus Vaccines and manufacturers. What I think what we should have to do is just wait and see who can actually get that stuff done and then worry about how it's going to get spread out if you think about the volumes that these countries talking about will have like two billion doses of vaccine next year at Johnson and Johnson to collect so to Sanofi to Pfizer is a big number. So I don't think there'd be a shortage Klay really so SAM. What are some of the next milestones? We should be on the lookout for us. It's just company by company putting out kind of their tests or anything more. I guess maybe centralized That we should be looking for from the treatment of vaccine side of things That we're talking about. We have in the next three months. There'd be lots of data points coming up. Starting hopefully with the data the actual data safety and efficacy and safety again safety remember. These are a lot of these vaccines are GONNA have to go into people who are not sick. She can't give them the risk of an ailment For the next two to three months we'll hear a lot of proof of concept is the best place to call it for Vaccines Pfizer very cleanly described. Some of the methods are going to use to figure out whether they think something that they've got is Protective Potentially And then you've got the drugs that will reader. Rauch will have read that in early Summer June. Time for a drug. You've got that will have some data maybe later today or certainly in the next few weeks they asked Zeneca. We've called Queens. Then you've got five with these anti-virals so there's quite a lot of news that I think we'll be sitting here on a weekly basis hopefully talking to each other about success. Well hopefully we will get a chance to speak with you again. Soon Sampras. Ellie had of the E. M. E. A. Bloomberg intelligence effort as well as a senior pharmaceutical analyst really helpful insights to understand the progress being made looking for that silver bullet to allow life to.

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"vaccine business" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"vaccine business" Discussed on The Journal.

"Whether it's tobacco leaves or synthetic genetic codes if new technology can make vaccines faster and cheaper to make. There's a real possibility that companies could make more money from them at the same time though no one wants to look like they're profiting from a pandemic. Some pharmaceutical companies have said that if they find a viable vaccine they planned to give it out on a nonprofit basis. The message we're getting from the Pharma Industry at least is that this is not a profit making exercise for them. I think a lot of companies want to be seen to be doing it for altruistic reasons this is a sort of chipping into this Gargantuan global effort to control this thing and they see it as their kind of role or maybe. They're judy even to do that. But the pharmaceutical industry has developed treatments for a lot of very terrible diseases that they charge lots and lots of money for and make lots and lots of money from so. What's different about a vaccine? Yeah I guess partly. It's a sense that this is a global public health emergency and the Pharma Industry. If we're ever going to show that we're not just price gouging terrible businesses. That charge too much for drug. This is our moment to prove that we have a great contribution to make to society. This is the good that science can do. And this is why we are like good companies. And it's Mug just stories about high drug prices during the last few years. Public perception of big Pharma has fallen to an all-time low in part. Because of the industry's role in the OPIOID crisis..

"vaccine business" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"vaccine business" Discussed on The Journal.

"Why can't drug companies have a monopoly on vaccines in the same way that they do for drugs they can't do and in some examples? You are the only maker of a vaccine for EX WIRES. Ed but for all the kind of routine vaccinations that like kids. Got For instance. There's more than one way of vaccinating against measles for example so to companies can make vaccinations for measles that don't impinge on another's intellectual property once you have that vaccine companies make money from it so the biggest market for vaccines routine childhood. Vaccinations the way they're purchased. Is that governments like pit the manufacturers against each other and then they give these massive sanders to say. Okay you will be the one to provide our Amar vaccine this year like the government buyers opportunity to drive prices dying by pitting them against each other while the prophets are lower for childhood vaccines. The market is so big that companies can still make money from them. But you don't typically have that same incentive of a large market if you're working on emerging diseases the threat from a new disease is often regional which means that even though a vaccine might save thousands of lives in that area. The market isn't big enough to turn a profit a Lotta Times. Governments will step in with funding to help companies develop vaccines and then. Sometimes the work is cut short. One of the biggest risks for anyone is that the epidemic would be over by the time the vaccine is developed. And that's exactly what happened with Zico so Sanofi going on a couple of vaccine. Candidates for Zeke was supported with some funding from Barda the US government agency but whenever Zeka kind of retreated and was no longer considered a public health. Emergency Barda stopped funding. Some of the programs that had been backing and no longer became worth it for Santa Fe to pursue their boxing. Why does that happen? I mean why do diseases emerging in recede on their own naturally? Yeah I guess. In the natural course of any epidemic you can have this sort of peak of infection and then infections fall once enough people have had it and then they're coming in through natural causes not vaccine. This same cycle also played out when the world phase two other recent krona virus threats the SARS epidemic in the early two thousands and Moore's which was first identified eight years ago vaccine development began in both cases but was stopped once. The outbreaks were contained as a result of all these challenges innovation. Vaccines Business has seriously stalled until this new came along. This is bigger and better than anything we've ever seen. It's just on a different scale. The potential market for vaccine for virus is global. It's absolutely enormous. We haven't heard anything on the scale of KIRUNA virus since the nineteen eighteen. Spanish flu like this is truly a worldwide need and any vaccine would be very very hot demand and that's why despite all the challenges all sorts of groups have jump started research projects to try and look for Corona Virus Vaccine One international group that funds Vaccine Research recently said that there could be as many as one hundred fifteen different efforts to find one. And it's not only the big pharmaceutical companies that are getting involved. Kiruna virus has just inspired this unprecedented effort from all kinds of corners of industry to try and help fix it. There are dozens and dozens of companies research. Labs that are racing for this. And then you know a bunch of academic labs too so it's surreal range of players. The global scale of the corona virus guarantees that there will be millions of potential customers for any vaccine but there's much more to gain than simple profit. What's really at stake for? The industry is after the break about a decade ago. The US government decided to do something they'd never done before today. More than sixty percent of all. Us taxpayers payers will be able to for free prepare and file their taxes online. They thought they were creating a free online tax filing system instead. What they've made was trap attracted huge companies take millions of dollars from low-income Americans. Here how that happened under pile episode one hundred forty four dark pattern. Listen wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome back as governments. Industry raised to find a cove in nineteen vaccine. One Company in particular is getting a lot of attention. The company that is actually most far ahead write as a startup called Madonna. They're doing their first human tests already on their vaccine. Madonna is working on a vaccine with the National Institutes of health. Maderno was able to go from getting the genetic sequence of the new croon virus to getting into humans within weeks that is unheard off in the vaccine world. The reason it's so much faster is because this vaccine was developed using technique. That's just now starting to gain traction rather than growing a weakened pathogen the company just uses a piece of the viruses genetic code so Maderna's vaccine is based on something called an MRI platform on the ideas that they have this kind of parcels and they just need to like nail that a little bit of genetic code and once they got genetic code they can kind of almost plug into the little pre existing cock edge. And that's their vaccine. Here's how Medina explains it in a video on its website. What makes this approach different is? I don't need to make the virus itself to make a vaccine a time consuming and intensive process instead. You use the information from the virus and administer the information directly to the patient. Denise says that if this approach works it could dramatically speed up the process for developing future vaccines instead of reinventing the wheel every time. When you have a new research project you kind of have a template already established that you can then plug in the specifics of the pathogen that you're working against that you're just tweaking it to get the vaccine that you want. The most significant benefit of that is time. You can shave off a load of time. Those early stages of R. N. D. Potentially cutting a couple of years or more from like timeframe to develop a new vaccine. If Madonna's vaccine works out and shave a couple years off the development process it would certainly improve the underlying economics if it's vaccine a fact that isn't lost on its investors so far this year. Maderna's stock is up more than ninety percent. But it's not just biotech and Pharma companies that are trying to seize this moment hoping to shake up the industry and then you've got some really Lafayette candidates like British American Tobacco the maker of Lucky strike cigarettes. Who the maker of cigarettes. What could they possibly be doing? British-american subsidiary that is effectively a biotech. It uses the tobacco plant as a means of manufacturing proteins other sorts of biotech products. The company thinks it can improve the speed of the more traditional approach to making vaccines which involves growing the weakened virus in chicken eggs and other animal cells. These guy say they've got a candidate and it works they would grew it using tobacco leaf and that would be the means of production of vaccine. That's the link with tobacco. Tobacco can grow like high winds of the active vaccine ingredient. In just a week.

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"vaccine business" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"vaccine business" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"No, laughing about is the so called donning Kruger effect. It's named after the two psychologists who measured it the innate human reflex to believe yourself knowledgeable. When you're absolutely not professor David dunning from the university of Michigan is one half of the simplest terms, the cougar effect is the fact that if you're incompetent or lack expertise knowledge, you don't know that you lack expertise, you lack knowledge you're simply not in a position to know. You are not sharp enough equipped enough to understand your own fallibility. That's right often at recognize lack of expertise a requires expertise. It goes back to Socrates. Isn't it only the wise understand their own ignorance fallibility? That's right. I mean, Socrates got their first we just got there. First in terms of numbers is it measurable. Yes. Well, much of it is measurable. I mean, how do you establish your? Verify or prove this affect we asked people how well they performed in some Tasker tests, and then compare that to objective reality and often what we find is people at the bottom people performing the worst are almost as confident in their performance or their knowledge as people at the top, for example, in a survey where we went out to a shooting contest and ask people about their knowledge of firearm, Karen safety and discovered that people who didn't know that much thought that they knew well enough that they were doing just fine in our quiz. When in fact, they're doing anything, but how hard is it to disabuse the ignorant of their ignorance, it depends on the reason for the ignorance some people just are young. They're naive. You give them a little life. You give them a little instruction. And they do just fine. The group that might be the hardest to deal with the group that are defensive that is they don't know that they don't know. And the absolutely. Refuse to believe. That fact, they're known among my colleagues in medical education as the resistance student, and it turns out these are the students they spend most of their time dealing with we're in an area where information of some sort is thirty widely available. Thanks to the internet. Do you think that has changed the landscape for the dunning Kruger phenomenon? Yes. I think it has changed the landscape. There is a lot of good information on the internet. The truth is out there. And if you can find it you can become well informed. But the problem with the dunning Kruger fact is that when they are uninformed, but rather when people are misinformed that's the real problem and the internet can fuel being a missing formed citizen to an amazing degree, professor, David dunning and Socrates. What are they gonna say it for this edition of business daily just time to ask can this problem? If problem it is fixed a final thought from professor Tom Nichols. It is kinda daunting. If you think about the time when people really respected experts, and when experts were asked to really exercise their abilities in the modern era is the period between nineteen forty five and roughly one thousand nine hundred eighty five maybe, and there's a reason we were rebuilding the world after a war that killed sixty five million people. So I'd like to see. That respect for experts come back, but skipping that middle step of a horrendous war or a global depression or a pandemic people often ask me, how will this anti vaccine business? How can we finally stop this? And I said well, one enough kids get measles or God forbid polio or something people will start taking vaccines again. I hate to be this pessimistic. But it may just be that people will have to touch the hot stove stupidity. Enough times before they understand why it's a bad idea..

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"vaccine business" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"vaccine business" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A big thing? Awning. Somebody's even drafted a comic libra to- about all of this honoring Puccini as you can hear performed here by the singer Ray Brown's at this year's ignoble awards. Laughing about is this so called dunning Kruger effect. It's named after the two psychologists who measured it the link human reflexes to believe yourself knowledgeable. When you're absolutely not professor David dunning from the university of Michigan is one half of the simplest terms, the dunning cougar effect is the fact that if you're incompetent or lack expertise knowledge, you don't know that you lack expertise, you lack knowledge you're simply not in a position to know. You are not sharp enough equipped enough to understand your own fallibility. Let's write often to recognize lack of expertise a requires expertise. It goes back to Socrates as Niblett only the wise understand their own ignorance or fallibility. That's right. I mean, Socrates got their first we just got there. First in terms of numbers is it measurable then. Yes. Well, much of it is measurable. I mean, how do you establish your very? Or prove this affect we asked people how well they performed in some task or tasks and then compare that to objective reality and often what we find is people at the bottom people performing the worst are almost as confident in their performance or their knowledge as people at the top, for example, in a survey where we went out to a shooting contest and ask people about their knowledge of firearm, Karen safety and discovered that people who didn't know that much thought that they knew well enough that they were doing just finding our quiz. When in fact, they were doing anything, but how hard is it to disabuse the ignorant of their ignorance, it depends on the reason for the ignorance some people just are young. They're naive. You give them a little life. You give them a little instruction. And they do just fine. The group that might be the hardest to deal with the group that are defensive that is they don't know that they don't know, and they absolutely refuse to believe. That fact, they're known among my colleagues in medical education as the resistance student, and it turns out these are the students they spend most of your time dealing with we're in an area where information of some sort is very widely available. Thanks to the internet. Do you think that has changed the landscape for the dunning Kruger phenomenon? Yes. I think it has changed the landscape. There is a lot of good information on the internet. The truth is out there. And if you can find it you can become well informed. But the problem with the dunning Kruger fact is that when they are uninformed, but rather when people are misinformed that's the real problem and the internet can fuel being a misinformed citizen to an amazing degree, professor, David dunning and Socrates. What do they know? That's almost it for this edition of business daily just time to ask can this problem. If problem it is fixed a final thought from professor Tom Nichols. It is kinda daunting. If you think about the time when people really respected experts on when experts were asked to really exercise their abilities in the modern era is the period between nineteen forty five roughly one thousand nine hundred eighty five maybe, and there's a reason we were rebuilding the world after a war that killed sixty five million people. So I'd like to see that respect for experts come back, but skipping that middle step of a horrendous war or a global depression or a pandemic people often ask me, how will this anti vaccine business? How can we finally stop this? And I said well, one enough kids get measles or God forbid polio or something people will start taking vaccines again. I hate to be this pessimistic. But it may just be that people will have to touch the hot stove of stupidity. Enough times before they understand why it's a bad idea..

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"vaccine business" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"vaccine business" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Cook deegan how do you combat this problem of bad science bad advice what do you do i think there's a kernel of truth in two aspects of with what was just raised one is in fact part of the dynamic is the democratization of information through the internet and people have ready access to it and at the same time a really really strong self promotional culture and anything goes and science is one of the places where you're still supposed to go back to the evidence and i don't want us to give up that training of you know let's find out what the world is telling us before we make a decision about what we're gonna do and i think we don't want to give that up and scientists but doctoroff is absolutely right our training is not about how to interact with political systems but and the other layer that's on top of that is the commercialism and i think that the level of trust this is verified and all sorts of polling and stuff like that the the level of trust in large corporate entities has been plummeting and particularly in the drug and vaccine business that's been going on for twenty years and i think i think we're at a point where it's beginning to affect the politics in a big way in a way that it hasn't probably for the last twenty years nearly seriously the the drug pricing crisis is bipartisan it's out there and it's front and center in the national debate now here is president donald trump since assuming the presidency he's not clarified his stance on the existence of climate change but as a private citizen he tweeted that quilt global warming was a hoax on multiple occasions here is then candidate trump at a campaign rally in hilton head south carolina in two thousand fifteen vomit talking about all of this with global warming and that a lot of it's a hoax it's a hoax i mean some money making industry okay it's a hoax paul off it you write that the president has ushered ushered in a new wave of anti science activism concerning to you i presume yawn i i think that what.

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"vaccine business" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"vaccine business" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Yeahtheyit's like they mikio almost no profit on vaccines and physicians make no profit giving vaccine to really isn't a big profit driver it and and in fact it to putt profit margins are so low they wouldn't take many of these cases to basically drive them out of the business which of course what the anti baxter's want they want to drive near the firms little copies out of the vaccine business that that's really why they're against this because it keeps them from doing that keeps them from harassing corporations here and driving them out of business with frivolous unscientific lawsuits so that's why they're whining but this is actually the best i think protection all around so the eui think totally dropped the ball on this decision it was terrible is not quite what the hyped headlines you're saying but it in if you dealt drill down to the details it actually is very very bad decision throwing a scourge that i mean don't you think that this the point that you can't crew a total absence of rest this might be one of the lows stabber misconception i think in the public comes like all i agree now the therapynow an anti baxter's who like we you know we won't taken a vaccine until you prove zero risk yeah doesn't exist there's no proof of zero risk of anything ever anywhere in the universe so you get on drive to work go drive to work their seatbelt those serves no zero risk for life for anything right your body could quantum tunnel into a wall cher to nato here in the wind by law enforcer meet voice and her that homeopathic remedies might actually turn into medicine so what what they saying about being optimistic before move at where in american with our vaccines court there in europethey can hang maybe the uk was onto something with their whole prague's oh dear you were going so kind of solar eclipse happening the summer what's happening okayyesterday marked the first day of summer postal this summer in the northernhemisphere.

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