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U.S. Authorizes the First Vaccine to Fight Pandemic

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04:29 min | 6 months ago

U.S. Authorizes the First Vaccine to Fight Pandemic

"A milestone Last night, The Food and Drug Administration authorized visors Corona virus vaccine. For emergency use. We're joined now by Dr David Ho, the eminent neurologist from Columbia University Medical Center. Dr Ho Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you, Scott. Good to be with you authorized for use, but it's going to be a gradual process, won't it? Indeed, I think everyone knows that, Uh, the FDA will has authorized this and we'll allow it to go into high risk Individuals first. Uh, residents of long term healthcare facilities as well as frontline health care workers and that alone will, uh, take up. About 20 million doses immediately. Doctor. I note that on the FDA review FDA REVIEW panel There were four people involved in that process who didn't go along with the vote for authorization and one abstention. Do you have any idea? Why are any concerns that this vaccine has not been adequately tested before it starts going into people? No, I think the data are strong. Thebes. Protective Efficacy is very, very high, much higher than what we had expected. In terms of side effects. There are some but not major. Some headaches and fatigue. Of course, some pain at the injection site. Um, The objections, I think are largely, uh, center on the labeling of the use in, uh, adolescents between the ages of 16 to 18 other than that, I don't think there were any major objections. Is this is going to change life in America over the next few weeks or not so fast. Uh, not so fast. I think it's it's a momentous day. It's the beginning. The deployment of this vaccine will take some time. Uh, it will go to Groups that I mentioned earlier. But for the general public, I think it's going to be well into next year before you know, given individual his vaccinated. And I think much of the rollout will have to take place. Probably the second half of 2021. It concerns about long term side effects. I guess we will learn that as we go along. Yeah. Only time would tell in terms of long term side effects because the studies have been performed only the second half of this year, so we have limited data. And in terms of large data said. We only have that for approximately three months, so that's all we could say about duration for side effects on Uh, continue toe toe. Watch this and see how put how durable this protection is and doctor who, Of course, you are one of the world's most famous age researchers. I believe you were Time magazine's person of the year. Number of years ago for your work on that front. In the 45 seconds we have left. What What should we learn from this episode in the world going forward about the future of epidemic diseases? Well, this is, you know, the worst pandemic over the past 100 years and and obviously, uh, The situation now is worse than ever. However, I think this this marks a turning point, as you had mentioned on. Do you know the speed with which this vaccine Another vaccine is being developed eyes really remarkable and is teaching us to imagine the previously unimaginable And so we we can respond very quickly. Very well as example, if I hear Dr David Ho, Thank you so much for being with us, sir. My pleasure.

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"david ho" Discussed on Mindy Diamond on Independence: A Podcast for Financial Advisors Considering Change

Mindy Diamond on Independence: A Podcast for Financial Advisors Considering Change

07:09 min | 7 months ago

"david ho" Discussed on Mindy Diamond on Independence: A Podcast for Financial Advisors Considering Change

"And if you find the content in this series to be useful and no others who could benefit from it. Please feel free to share it. Widely in our last episode i had a candid conversation with mark sear and david ho now. Managing partners of the are a firm evoke advisors mark. And david i made headlines back in two thousand eight when they left merrill lynch with one point six billion in assets to form their own are a farm luminous capital in the midst of the financial crisis and when independence was certainly not a common choice then in two thousand twelve they made headlines again with some five point five billion in assets. They sold the firm to first republic bank for a whopping one hundred twenty five million dollars yet. The story continues as the team grew. Its business to seventeen billion dollars and announced in two thousand nine thousand nine hundred that they'd leave first republic to form a new ria farm. It's a fantastic conversation that digs into the uae which mark and david share was about removing the limitations around how to grow their business and serve their clients essentially to create what they described as a new paradigm for wealthy families. I encourage you to listen to that episode. If you haven't already because it serves as the back story to this episode so today we pick up where the story left off with their split from first republic and building. A new are a firm for sure. It's a very different world than the one team. I entered when they built luminous at that time. There wasn't the strong cottage industry of support to help breakaway advisors as there is now so in this episode mark and david share. What's different about building our i today. What's changed about their goals. The role inorganic growth plays in the vision for their firm and what they learned throughout their journey. Let's get to it okay. So let's pivot now to leaving first republic and forming evoke advisors and again. Two things happen. They're separating from several of your partners and leaving first republican going independent again right so you know in life as you as you develop in your career and your goals kind of get more. Maybe changed a little bit. They get more solidified on what you wanna do in for me. I really wanted to build a great business and stay independent and just continue to just build. The i felt four years. I was with luminous capital for years. There that before before for public where the greatest for years of my career and i just wanted to recapture that that feeling of building something in not having to worry about what corporate wants us to do is opposed to what we think is clients and just continue to build out that a platform and so the departure from our partners in northern california. They're also doing great things. Another good friends today. We still keep in touch with them but there was just different goals. There were different goals. Of what each how we want to do it in the style and different management styles. And what have you so you know. There's there was a definitely a split because was kind of just creative differences mark. Would you describe it that way as well. Or how would you in. I think the key thing here is that we're so close with them. We talked a lot. We we share ideas. It was there was no acrimony. All we all agreed that strategically they had a different vision for where they wanted to go by the way they're in a very different market than our market. I think if you looked at their average client their average client looks very different than our average client there right at the epicenter of technology in venture capital and things like that. We have a much more david. I have much more diverse client base. So i think the way that david i wanted to proceed was while we were together at first republic different those differences were there when we were working together first republic but we were able to manage them but when the opportunity to start a new came. I think we all just looked at each other and said you know this is a chance to give each of us the freedom to drive on the road we wanna drive on and they were different and so it. I cannot tell you how happy. I am david. I had the chance to merge with these other great teams and to create a vision and a business the way we have always wanted to. And i know if if you talk to my ex colleague. They would say the same thing about what they're doing very happy the they're feeling great about it so again. You know it was one of these things that many instances in life you see these things go bad and we were able to manage a a sort of a clean break where everybody came out ahead an and i think at this point. Everybody's doing great. So so many one thing. That on that i will share with you. We as a group all of us The parts of the capital that became was acquired. There was a day in in february a couple years ago. We were just at a corporate event where the on iran eventually the for our our segment of the bank and remember they imagine saying look. We're going to get this thing to two hundred and fifty three hundred billion over this amount of time in a you on. That's the goal and all of us. You know we. We sat down after that conference and we kind of said guys were already. They're already at almost one hundred billion dollars in assets and the the goal is to grow to fifty two or more over time and that's kind of was triggering point for us where we realize that you know this is obviously we knew it already but this is really going to take on life zone as far as the size of the firm is concern and you know it was great for the. It's great for the bank and they're there again. They have great model. It wasn't necessarily the best thing for all of our clients size perspective and you wanted to be independent. I i mean. I think what i'm hearing you say. The decision to leave first republic wasn't at all an indictment first republic's think we'd all agree. It's a wonderful firm a firm with a good heart and a good soul but the decision to leave was more about you wanting to be entrepreneurs and having total control freedom and control again. Something you couldn't do as employees of bank much more eloquently spoken not it off. Okay so let me ask you a question. Many industry pundits looked at that. Move leaving first republic after having been by them and said these guys are just doing this so they can flip the business one more time. It's self serving play where they right no again. I think what mark. And i said everybody. When we launched evoke advisers is to say everybody. Who's who's interested in joining us on this venture. This is not a review of limits capital. This is going to be a place that we want to make really unique and special. I like to be ten fifteen years from now. People look back and say you're going to have your wealth managed. You should really consider evoke advisers. And that's michael. I have some young kids. You know who. I hope would come into the business at some point. That'd be great. Maybe they've never will. But this is my. This.

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"david ho" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:03 min | 11 months ago

"david ho" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"CEO the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center is our guest. We'll be right back with him after this. Back with us for the interview is Dr David. Ho from the Aaron Diamond. AIDS Research Center who has been right from the beginning about what it would take for the US to mount a successful effort against covert is leading team working on a treatment against the virus Dr. who again thank you for being here tonight. I know your lab has just announced that you isolated antibodies from recovered corona virus patients that could help in terms of developing treatment and could also potentially help in preventing infection. Can you just walk us through what you've what you found in? What this new paper that you've just published? Means for our. Hopes for therapeutic air. Yes we just published in nature today, online a paper. Describing our work involving five. Source Covy to patients. From whom we isolated over two, hundred and fifty. monoclonal antibodies. And a number of these are extremely powerful in neutralizing the wires. And in particular, we have nineteen of them that are that have show exquisite potency, and these antibodies not are not only potent, but also diverse, not they target different regions on the spike protein on the surface of the virus, and we take these antibodies Are Great candidates to develop into potential therapies, as was the potential lactic agents. Doctor how was interested to see and I'm no scientist but I was interested in reading the paper to see that. You, and your team, particularly potent antibodies among the patients who had been the most ill people who had had to be for example, put on mechanical ventilation and had had survived its. It feels. Significant just from a human perspective that the people who have to go to the edge of death might have the most to offer us in terms of building therapeutic, potentially building a vaccine to keep the rest of US alive. Yet it. At first glance may seem counter intuitive. you would. You might expect that those who recover nicely from. From Kobe would have the best antibody responses, but it wasn't the case. It turns out the individuals who have more virus for longer period of time. Stimulated the new system to mounted more Rwasa sweet spots, and in fact, this is what we have seen previously with HIV AIDS infection so To us is reminiscent of what we have. Seen previously and it's. It's telling us that if you. are going to do this type of work to isolate powerful antibodies yet to focus on certain patients, or if you're doing plasma therapy. You need to focus on the cases in order to get the best. Antibodies! For the application. As a as a layman again, knowing that the people who have Goethe go through the most hell may have the most to offer us the rest of a scientifically just a meaningful meaningful thing. Dr David Ho Scientific Director and CEO The AIDS Research Center. Thank you for your work. Doctor. Thanks for helping US understand. My Pleasure Rachel. More, news ahead tonight, stay with us. That just about does it for US tonight. I'll tell you one thing I'm going to be watching four in the morning tomorrow is eleven am eastern time a federal court in new? York is going to hold a hearing on the president's lawyer Michael Cohen. And the question.

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"david ho" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

15:44 min | 1 year ago

"david ho" Discussed on Amanpour

"Dr David Ho. It's the be with you and thanks for joining the show. It's a real pleasure to see you again. How big of a problem was it? Not to have It's huge without the tests. Basically the healthcare system is operating blind. Not knowing the magnitude of the epidemic. And it's it's inexcusable We watch China struggle for a good six weeks never realizing fully realizing that this is GonNa hit us next and we're playing catch up and although that it's picking up now our hospital here in New York could now run a thousand samples a day. A few days ago it was only fifty and that type of tasks are the end. Should we be having antibody test not these tests at thank overnight to get a result? Yes we need all sorts of tests so the tests that folks are getting now are called. Pc Chess and that's done on swab from the nose the mouth and we're looking for the viral or a and that's very useful and that's what's been apply but traditionally for fighting infectious diseases. We also GET ANTIBODY TESTS. Antibody tests will tell you whether person has been exposed to the virus and the body has mounted a immune response and that's extremely useful and particularly for surveying population And and that's what we're rushing to do in fact to see if we get such tests out to huge number and truly understand the penetrates of this virus into the community. Why don't we have an antibody or antigen yet out there? It's an aspect that inexcusable The tests are available in China in Korea in Europe and were just in the process of rolling them out in the manufacturers all from abroad and so we're trying to get this out as quickly as we can This coming week so when will those tasks be out where I can just go to a drugstore and say give me a strap or go to a doctor and have it done in half now? Well we're pushing the FDA to see if they would relax their rules so such a useful chess could be applied to a much larger population. Like you say you're pushing the FDA why is the FDA slowing this down well it? Obviously they're trying to do the job. They want to make sure that the tests are not going to give false results and that would lead to mismanagement and and control the epidemic so they are trying to do their job but on the other hand. The delay is also a causing significant harm because were largely blind to. What's going on out there in the community? You have at Columbia Medical School. Where your lab is? You have antibody tests that you could be doing yes. So we have access Rapid point of care diagnostic tests bump several sources in China in Korea and other places and We we are waiting for the go-ahead and and now it would just running on a small scale in the laboratory to FDA considers validation avenue. Say Your wedding with the go ahead. Let me press you once again. You'd think the FDA and other authorities to give you that go ahead now today you know we push every button we can. Our connections have taken us all the way to the to the White House to see if we could relax the rules and it's pretty clear that the attitude is is what you do it as soon as possible. And so it's coming along It's quite different from a week ago but we still don't have the final vote. Is there anything holding up the manufacturer of these stats like a pharmaceutical companies? Willing to just join these out onto their available. I know the numbers from one particular source and I was told that they have the capacity to crank out a million tests date. Well what did you think when Jack Ma Founder Valley Baba the Chinese billionaire Jack Ma started donating five hundred thousand tests the United States. My first reaction is how embarrassing for the US loss to be in this situation. We are a rich nation with a proud history and we pride ourselves having the best healthcare system and now we are short of tests and was shorter. Mass was shot protective equipment for for healthcare workers. What a tragedy. We should not have been in this position. We should have been well prepared and this is no doubt a failure in the show and preparedness and that failure in leadership lives at the CDC and at the Washington DC administrators in level. I think I would have to put this. At the top of our government on the other hand at the local level I have a Meyer various institutions universities schools public schools businesses and other institutions struggle and. Fight this epidemic in most proactive way. And and and I'm really grateful and impressed. Let's move for a moment from testing to treatment. When I was at Time magazine as I hope you'll remember. We may do man of the year bobbing come up with a combination treatments for HIV AIDS. What do you think of the most promising treatments for people already have the disease that are going to be coming along for the Corona Virus? Until nineteen. Well how can I forget what? Time magazine bid in Nineteen ninety-six out but your question in the short term. We have only drugs that are currently available that perhaps could be repurpose to treat this corona virus. And so we have one in hand for example it's called de severe and it was initially developed to Ebola and it's it's now being re purpose particularly in China to conduct clinical trials to see vazza advocacy against this virus results. Not Out yet but at least based on animal studies that drug show some promise there you have any hint of how how well it works in. China. We don't at the moment because it's a blinded study with placebo control and they're enrolling hundreds and hundreds of patients into that stuff but we. We don't have any readout as point. Be manuafacturing more than dragging getting out the hospitals. Some of it is available on a compassionate basis for example of the first patient. We have here at Columbia. We were able to get in within forty eight hours treating patients at Columbia with that. So you'd think it by L. Well we would only use it in severe cases and hoping that it would help but we certainly don't know at this point whether it helps. Not What did we learn from SARS that we should be applying? Now we learn that that source could could spread great quickly as we're witnessing now for this fires on the other hand we also learned from SARS that if you apply the the infection control measures that are now widespread. You could really flatten the curve. And bring the epidemic down and in fact in size you could wipe it out but you know given the magnitude of the crime pandemic. I'm not sure that we wanted this one out but we could at least try to control it following the same measures. I think there is a lesson that that we we miss from. Sars sauce told us that a Khurana buyers could jump species into humans and causing a new outbreak. And we we kind of drop after saws one way. We just dropped and did not pursue research on colonel viruses very much and if we had done so we'd be much better prepared today to cope with the current epidemic. So we should not make that mistake again. I think even if we a able to manage up to to wipe out the set of damage. We must persist without research effort. Do you think that China is now over the Hump and do you think? People are developing immunity to it. Won't war back in China China's not over the Hump? China has done a amazingly impressive job of bringing the epidemic under control. It flattened occur now in the country. One point two billion day have around twenty cases a day compared to thousands and thousands elsewhere. And and that's pretty impressive but now China still has some segment of its population carrying the virus shedding the virus not totally recovered and also it's now surrounded in quote sick neighbors and it should relax the draconian measures surely the virus will reorder and so the question is what could China do to mitigate the spread of this virus In a sustainable way what they have done is impressive. It's it's outstanding however what what's its next move and I think we're all waiting to see that you think there could be new waves of this virus in China and new waves in the United States. If in Lan the United States yet did under control yes I think they will be new. Wave sitting China. And and if we manage to flatten the Kerr we need to figure out a effective. A sustainable strategy to to mitigate further spread We could flatten it but if we are applying practices sustainable we will simply delay the reoccurrence of the virus spreading in our population. What would be a sustainable strategy? Keep it from recurring. I think that's a question that society as a whole needs to answer at some point. How schools have to reopen businesses as well and various form of sports travel lighted detainment. All of those things must come back for us to have some semblance of normalcy and so we we as society would need to make those decisions while trying to keep the spread of this virus to a minimum. Are you worried about corona virus in countries like India and other countries that don't have Great Public Health Systems? And we'll keep this laid going yes. I'm extremely worried. What we're seeing now is the first way in China coming a low level and then the second way hitting Korea Italy Iran and then survey hitting the rest of Western Europe and us and then us we have Initial waves on the coast but now in in the coming days another big way hit Middle America and this is done continue to spread across the Globe and at this point India South America Africa. A relatively spare a day. Should there not immune to this and those ways will simply hit him as a weeks later and given the density of human population in India? That's a huge concern. And as you mentioned the healthcare system in some of these places are not ideal for combating epidemic of the sort. So I don't know what's coming up there. I am very concerned looking back. Does this. I have any comparison to your fight against HIV AIDS. Well there there certainly some similarities and some differences. You know. We're looking at an acute disease that's gone. Viral and and HIV is a chronic disease. It progresses very very slowly in effective person. This one is just the opposite but they're the striking similarity is is by the time we tap the first case of HIV infection in nineteen eighty one. The virus had already spread extensively throughout the US and end throughout the world a largely at that time in homosexual male population so the initial cases were just the tip of the mice. And now just thinking back. It was only about two weeks ago. We saw the first case in New York City and now we're confronted.

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"david ho" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"david ho" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Know you're gonna give me. I know you're gonna give me getting news Bret marquees contacted the times on September the thirtieth to say that an attempt to get a replacement driver's license at a DMV failed a field office in late August ended with him being sent a registered voter notice by election officials. The Democrats will steal every election. They can the DMV is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Democratic Party this data California's a wholly owned subsidiary of the Democratic Party, of course, they're gonna they're gonna screw it up in favor of the democrat. Now, I wanna see how many of these idiots. Get jury summonses see because I'm reading all this stuff about war Ronin just got an alert. Are you getting are you getting notices to show up at the courthouse for jury duty? We have worked twinkling with the department of technology to correct errors and have also updated the programming and additional safeguards to improve this process. DMV director Jean she Moto. In a written statement, she a motel and Amy Tong. The director of the state's technology department notified secretary of state Alex Padilla of the errors on Monday. Do you know full? Well, if they got twenty three thousand registration mistakes, they got two hundred and thirty thousand registration mistakes, you know, if they're over fifteen hundred. That they acknowledged that are that are fraudulently erroneously registered to vote. It's probably fifteen thousand or one hundred and fifty thousand whatever you need and those important suburban stay communities you to try to take those seats from Republicans. I I have no doubt in my mind that they are they are accomplices in the fraud. Illiterates. You have actual functional illiterates in the state government, and they are unable to process and look at these forms. The revelation of additional errors could heightened scrutiny of how DMV and state. Technology officials rolled out the new motor-voter system in April a process by which eligible Californians have to opt out of registering to vote when applying for a new or updated license in addition to the twenty three thousand registration errors disclosed last month. The system mistakenly sent out double registration forms for some Californians who visited the DMV in the spring, though, Marcus or marquees is not a US citizen. He is legally allowed to live and work in the country. DMV officials have said those who are not who can be issued a special California, driver's license. As a result are treated uniquely by the departments computer system and have not been registered to vote in error. Yes, they've been registered to vote on purpose. Gosh, it's just pathetic, man. He's are the same people that are going to be in charge of managing your situation. These are the same people that are gonna be charged your healthcare. Freaky? Jason. And Ramona's starting us off this hour. Jason welcome to the show. Hey brit. I was going to start off with is David Ho guy. But man, all that Cox Gavin Newsom debate just has me going. So when did I know when the gay marriage was the most important thing in California started like four or five years ago and then the homeless couple of years ago? When did it become the most important thing for California's to worry about gay marriage and homeless? Well, I think I think homelessness is is a huge issue. I mean, it's the city's the cities are just inundate you have typhus in LA now. And you have you have all of this homelessness in San Francisco, and we had our own fight here in San Diego. This is something that can easily travel. Okay. You had appetite us in San Diego L. My my one of my best friends works in rampant there. Right. So I'm saying so. Ramona watching weekly now more homeless coming bed. Right. So it's a big issue. I mean, homelessness is a huge issue. Yeah. Horrible. It's just it's ridiculous that we're I mean, I love to help the helpless like, you know, Gina said like I'm not going to get into that. I got you man. I appreciate it. Thanks jason. I guys I I can't drift. This is not Brentwood. Herbal Tokyo drift. Okay. I need. We can talk about a lot of these issues, but we've got to stay focused on what we're talking about here. And I can't I can't I can't do homelessness. Yes. The homeless is a legitimate issue. I wish they had debated the homelessness issue. That's a serious issue. The city of San Francisco is spending seventy million bucks a year to clean their streets. Where do you think they're getting that money? They're not just getting it from the city coffers. They're they're probably getting back stopped by Sacramento too to help clean their streets. You have cities in this state that are functionally dysfunctional you have typhus on the streets of Los Angeles. So somebody gets an infection there or some- or somebody gets sick there. And they come down here, we got to treat it. This is a problem. And there's no shirking enough. But the fact is you have gathered Newsom who's Lieutenant governor with Jerry Brown, and you have prop forty seven pass you have prop fifty seven Pash of an epidemic of homelessness. We had a legalize weed that was gonna fix everything. How's that all working out? How's the quality of life in the state of California? Now, we've got heroin needle exchanges. Everybody's got heroin needles. You can't have a straw. You can have a heroin think about this you can outta heroin needle, but you can't have a gun. You can't have a gun. Right. We make you jump through hoops to get a firearm. Your law-abiding your normal regular person, not a crazy person. You not a murderer..

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"david ho" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"david ho" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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"david ho" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"david ho" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To have healthy children. He can to our knowledge ever pass the virus on because it never, established itself and those reservoirs never disrupted the delicate. Balance of system so in fact we've been able to, turn HIV infection in as as we always hoped into something he. Would listen to not I found you and you said he needs to do two things what was the other thing Well he needed to treat treat right away and and. Keep the reservoirs low com And. That, was the thing which he did probably not even knowing what he was doing Yes. And David Ho you know the the scientists were aware so he, went to, New York so he needed to to break that paradigm shift to, to say you know to have, the courage, which she did to come. Out and say I'm infected and he he wasn't you know a gay man and everything and. That took a great deal of courage because it said we could, get, infected other ways and of course we all know. About, Ryan white and Arthur ash we we don't hear a lot about aids anymore though Judy how come Because I haven't we've developed a lot of drugs and at, least in, this country in the western world we've we've solved the problem much, in in turned it into something, you could, live with with these therapies. And live a much higher quality of life then in fact the CFS patients these patients with. Infected children and the more the mortality rate of HIV patients Galvin, assume, based on what what I understand from you has. Drastically, gone down What Able to live decades with the virus and without transmitting it and without getting getting deal in western. Countries of, course where there in in the, poor developing countries where those drugs aren't available, chiefly this is this is still a, problem but this is my great hope when the paper came. Out I, said if we could is the procedures right, away stop, donating, blood stop breastfeeding after six weeks and and get tariff you right away to his it to prevent the spread of the virus in in the individual as well as in the, family we could have prevented so much suffering even in the last six years since the papers, canton what do you think about the recent multi skier of Bala outbreaks in? Africa Terrifying No nothing else to be said about. It viruses are terrifying. Things we need effective protection against, them but it's it's a little bit like the the whole. Issue. Yes rheumatoid arthritis is a painful. Condition giving people a drug like hawks which killed one out of two hundred of them is not a solution to that. Problem Now you're right about that take turmeric folks it's natural I love that stuff okay stay with us you to we're gonna come back in just a moment here on coast to coast AM and take some, final phone calls as we talk about their. Work plague which.

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"david ho" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"david ho" Discussed on KTRH

"Able to have. Healthy children he can to our knowledge ever pass the virus. On because it, never established itself and those reservoirs never disrupted the delicate balance to the system. So in fact we've we've been able to turn HIV and Infection in as as we always hoped. Into something you would not die from you and you said. He needs to, do two things what was the other thing Well he needed to treat a treat right away and and keep the reservoirs low and. That was thing which he did probably not even. Knowing what he was doing Yeah David Ho you know the the scientists were aware so he, went to New York so he, needed to, to break that paradigm shifts. To to say you know to have the courage which she did to come out and say. I'm infected and he he wasn't you know a gay man and, everything, and that took a great deal of courage. Because. It, said we could, get infected other ways and of course we all know about Ryan white and. Arthur ash we we, don't hear a lot about aids anymore though Judy how come Because I we've, developed a lot of drugs and, at least, in this country and western. World we've we've solved the problem I in turn it into something you could live with with. These therapies and live a much higher quality of life then in, fact, the Shashi a fish patients in these patients with. Infected, children and And after the mortality rate of HIV patients thou then I assume based on what I understand from you has drastically, gone down What Able to live decades with the virus and without transmitting it and without getting getting ill in western, countries of, course where they're in in the, poor developing countries where those drugs aren't available. Chiefly this is this is still a, problem but this was great hope when the paper came. Out I, said if we could institute some procedures right, away stop, donating, blood stop breastfeeding after six weeks and and get charity right away to is it to prevent the spread of the virus in in the individual as well as in the, family we could have prevented so much suffering even in the last six years since the papers toughest, canton what do you think about the recent months? Ago scare of Ebola outbreaks in. Africa Turfing no, nothing, else to be said about it viruses terrifying things we need effective protection against them but it's it's a little bit like the whole issue yes rheumatoid arthritis is a painful, condition giving people a drug like ox which killed one out of two hundred of them is not, a solution to that problem now you're right about? That take turmeric folks it's natural I love that stuff okay stay with. Us you to. We're gonna come back. In just a moment here. On, coast to coast AM and take some final phone calls as we talk about their work plague, which.

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"david ho" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"david ho" Discussed on KSRO

"And that was a real paradigm shift at the time We were waiting until the. CD four counts until the shells that were destroyed which allow to fight it infection and we really didn't, have a great treatment then we know we, shall we did not this was the early days. Of, the highly anti retroviral therapy and I. Believe David Ho in New York City so I, know he didn't, know my work, Magic Johnson but that was in fact. The right solution start treatment right away take the risk Paintin immune suppression so I know I've seen him on TV recently and he's. A. Little puffy from those lifelong? Steroids and he's been on the antiretrovirals he was able to have healthy children, he didn't to our knowledge ever. Pass the virus on because it never established. Itself and those reservoirs never disrupted the delicate. Balance of the system so in fact we've we've been able. To turn HIV infection in as as we always. Hoped into something you would live with and not that, found you and your city needs to do, to thanks what was. The other thing How well he needed to treat treat right away and and keep the reservoirs low and that was which he did probably not. Even. Knowing what he was doing Yeah David Ho you know the scientists were aware so he went, to New York so he needed, to to, break that paradigm shift to. To say you know to have the courage which he did to come out and say. I'm infected and he he wasn't you know a gay man and. Everything and that took a great deal encouraged because it. Said, we could get infected other ways and of course we all know about Ryan white and Arthur. Ash we don't hear a lot about aids anymore more though Judy how come Because we've developed a lot of drugs. And at, least in this country and what their western world we've we've solved the. Problem, much in in turned it into something, you could live with with these therapies and live a much. Higher quality, of life then, in, fact the, Shashi a, fish patients in these. Patients with infected children and and. After the mortality rate of HIV patients Salvin assume based on what, I understand, from you has drastically gone down what they're able to live decades, with the virus and without transmitting, it and, without getting getting ill in. Western countries of course where there in in the poorer developing countries where those drugs aren't. Available cheaply this is this is still a problem but this is. My great hope when the paper came out I said. If, we could Is to the some procedures right away stop donating blood stop breastfeeding after six weeks and and get Sarathi right away to to prevent the spread of the virus in in the. Individual as, well as in the family we could have prevented so much suffering even. In, the last six years since the papers, canton what do you think about the recent months ago scare. Of Bala, outbreaks in Africa Terrifying No nothing else to be said about. It viruses are terrifying. Things we need effective protection against, them but it's it's a little bit like the whole. Issue. Yes rheumatoid arthritis is a painful. Condition giving people a drug like hawks which killed one out of two hundred of them is not a solution to that. Problem, now you're right about. That take turmeric. Folks it's natural I love that stuff okay stay with. Us you to. We're gonna come back. In just a moment here. On, coast to coast AM and take some final phone calls as we talk about their work plague which,.

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"david ho" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"david ho" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We know david ho but there's a set of twins zionism air kelly right about them a little bit they one of them spoke at the march because his brother his twin brother was a victim of gun violence and they are from southeast washington which he wrote about we have a little bit of a clip of zion describing his brother who was running for your class president and was had been attending a college prep session one evening and let's take a listen i was in contact while he was walking home texting and calling them off the night about twenty to thirty minutes went by now i became worried because the walk alone doesn't even take thirty minutes i left my room to ask my mom where he was until i saw flashing blue and lights my window until my parents there were police cars andy lance on our street rushed outside discovery that it was also timur twentieth a robber with a gun was lurking on my streets for hours a my way home he attempted to rodney but iran though he had an ankle monitor on he was supposed to be monitored by the police he was still able to obtain a gun illegally lurking my streets and take my brother's life shot my brother in the head we'll be to the hospital he was pronounced dead there were so many powerful stories from that day young woman edna chavez talked about her brother being killed by gunfire in los angeles these are incredibly powerful stories and this may sound like an incredibly cynical question but how do these stories help move this forward i mean we heard the stories of newtown which we're about tiny small children and that didn't make a change so even though he's really catch our hearts and can make us cry just listening to that really what can these kind of stories do practically you know i think the entire debate is is people weighing what is a fairly unclear prescription in both supreme court case law and in the constitution for what you know how far does the right to own a weapon extend in how you weigh that against people who you know like the brother of the student we just heard who was at this academy in south east who was just walking home from class and killed outside at home and and.

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"david ho" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"david ho" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"In that i have i don't i don't like to brag or pat myself on the back but i will say put the fucking time yeah you have i mean performance eight you know that's the only thing i wish some of the younger comics would appreciate us it's not just put out a youtube video or vine video or a periscope video or instagram live video and your famous which now you can't be you can't debunk that we have time we have you i know you have to get going to your gig i think we have about we've got about maybe fifteen minutes but i'd like to get back to the fucking freddie mercury thing but baby drive why don't we get into that for second and then we'll wrap up with you know your take on the future of this business because you're someone who's sixty seven he spied six decades david ho too david is brilliant the construction worker from the village people because here's here's my thing on the village people and really freddie mercury and really go even into the acting world the dad from the brady bunch paulin jim j bullock i had no idea these guys were zero i mean i look at the village people poster i had in my bedroom i had to posters village people and kiss and i look now i go yeah i guess the leather guy i guess he was gay i mean oto maybe he influenced you a little bit definitely from the performance you know but they had the village people i think never got credit jorde giorgio moroder am i saying that correctly he was the the brains behind them you can be brains all you want but at the guys who are going out there night after night don't have it.

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"david ho" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"david ho" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Round two to three round which is mentioned pass straight through human body not fracture up that's part of the geneva convention and if you wanted to see horrible carnage somebody with a twenty two hollow point could do a lot more damage because that was inside human body would be mass carnage but to your point i think nothing is going to come of this and the whole reason for that is because kids are stupid and i know that because i was when i was one for about eighteen years yes and i you know i know david david ho because i was david hope i was a kid i was a five term class president i did all of this stuff i went out there and then i became very politically jaded win win win when they can do a lot of damage between eighteen and twenty two they can register a lot of voters they can register voters but here's the thing about young people young people are lazy and young people don't do things i happen to be in high school during the election of barack obama and that's the thing the democrats if you look at the roster they don't have a lot of people that are life rock obama he was an enthusiastic leader but what has now that's not really gonna rally kit so what's going to happen is you're going to get a candidate that kids will say yeah yeah i support never regretted sit at home and do absolutely nothing because kids in the end are stupid i know because i was thinking they can go they can get out to the polls first of all they can get out to the polls during the the midterms and they can get up to the polls in twenty twenty i mean you're talking about down a little bit corey you're talking to be down from the ledge but the thing is what i witnessed this weekend to me it's unprecedented the what they are doing with this this rally with the crafting this narrative of evil people the nra the nra's public profile is down people in polls the nra is less popular than they have been they're taking a hit because of this hollywood production thanks for the call corey this was a quick segment because i talked long at the beginning after the.

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"david ho" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"david ho" Discussed on WLOB

"Round or two to three round which is mentioned pass straight through human body not fracture up as part of the geneva convention and if you wanted to see horrible carnage somebody with a twenty two hollow point to do a lot more damage because that would fratricide human body and it would be math carnage but to your point i think nothing is going to come of this and the whole reason for that is because kids are stupid and i know that because i was when i was one for about eighteen years yes and i you know i know david david ho because i was david hope i was a i was a five term class president i did all of this stuff i went out there and then i became very politically jaded but win win win when they can do a lot of damage between eighteen and twenty two they can register a lot of voters they can register voters but here's the thing about young people young people aren't late and young people don't do things i happen to be in high school during the election of barack obama and that's the thing the democrats if you look at the roster they don't have a lot of people that are life rock obama he was an enthusiastic leader but what they have now that's not really gonna rally kit so what's going to happen is you're going to get a candidate the kids will say yeah yeah i support i never regretted sit at home and do absolutely nothing because kids in the end are stupid because i was thinking they can go they can get out to the polls first of all they can get out to the polls during the the midterms and they can get up to the polls in twenty twenty i mean you're talking down a little bit corey you're talking to be down from the ledge but the thing is what i witnessed this weekend to me it's unprecedented the what they are doing with this this rally with the crafting this narrative of evil people the nra the nra's public profile is down people in polls the nra is less popular than they have been they're taking a hit because of this hollywood production thanks for the call corey this was a quick segment because i talked long at the beginning after the.

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"david ho" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"david ho" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Have a degree in computer science there are there are issues obviously we've heard about the harassment we've heard about discrimination but also being female and having to computer science i get asked to be an adviser to companies i get to be as to do speaking engagements i get to be on boards it's actually does allow you to interact with engineers and have a seat at the table so i do think we need to keep keep encouraging women and celebrating a success army's two and i think it's not about retention its progression it's about making sure that people get pretending these in that we're celebrating the people that are in front of us every day it's not about always reaching to the outside to find that next great candidate it's looking inside making sure that we're all giving the same opportunities that we're all being listened to and that we celebrate the the great progress that we can make i am so happy that you guys aren't going to celebrate with us today adding acquired author of powerful longtime foreign afflicts executive many inverse all co of called for america and to amazing women thank you all right coming up we go behind the scenes at the world's most valuable start at lubers meghan joyce talks about how she's taking steps to positively change the company's culture after a challenging 2017 this is bloomberg him with what you need to navigate the turbulence of finance politics and technology they well more rate hikes is a dependable guidingsystem says it may be a 'yes step into their and machine learning is a new trend to the dedicated person we are that guidance system they will moderate behavior right before big meetings powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries it's just a matter of tries bloomberg radio the bloomberg radio app and bloombergradiocom de have bloomberg intelligence from beijing bloomberg intelligence chief asia economist told all the insight into wet crucial industries stand today at where they may be heading next coverages senior on the list entice in honshu wall street accu men with the bag intelligence brazili you'll be researcher david ho two johnson great deep on the ground bean bag intelligence only on bloomberg radio the bloomberg radio app on bloombergcom cease the.

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"david ho" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"david ho" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"You might but i predicting the future it will tell you the same thing idea to wait till aid seventy your memory your benefit will be a third larger every month as long as you live if you wait those four additional years david's with us on the clark howard show high david ho clark howard you great thank you david you are a landlord here inherited a property my parents with my brother and sister and uh it's commercial property would be nice says a professional office space so we are looking to put that up for rent then fielding some questions about it don't have attendant lined up just yet but i'm interested in when we get to that point how do we do like a credit worthiness check for uh potential tenet the answer is you wrangler was called the dmv a company uh dun and bradstreet report and is that a term familiar to you at all if it is so if a company is a start up that is looking at renting your space or something like that then a d and b report is not going to get a dime but if they'd been around for a while you should have a sense of how good they are paying with skull their trade lands paying their bills by polling a dnp and knr like a local independent agent or here financial planner the looking to stored out well what you do in a case like that is different you would generally pierce whatever corporate veil they have is an llc or as a corporation and you want a personal guarantee from the principle of a business for the rent and that's standard and routine procedure that of its particularly if it's a service business you seek a personal guarantee as well as the business being on the hook and then what you do is you wanna see the individual the principles credit reports traditional consumer credit reports of which you have the right if you.

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"david ho" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"david ho" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That this debate is going to go well into the night to see if i can get this resolution passed but as you know tom we're in a very tight timeframe here senate republicans know that ten them from conversations i've had with with analysts on the tv program everyone's aware of that and you know the need to do reconciliation after this so we'll see if they are able to take you to that timetable in the way they think they can mike pence i guess reportedly the vice president will be in the chair to make any tiebreaking votes should that be necessary churyo and meets with the president i don't even know where to go the i i believe she's through so the president said they were five contenders for fed chair janet yellen term ends in february of two thousand eighteen will see if he reports are of course but he's met with for the five she's the last i believe he has to to meet with and as alan ruskin said the parlor game continues someone's up someone's down you know we get to we get some indication that it's john taylor this week kevin worst last week and we'll see what happens after this meeting with richer at the white house maybe should convince them the dodgers her in brought to us uh she's got that much i just wanna bring this up his five things you need to know i'm amazed david ho every conversation i have today somehow gets back to amazon the effective in that like an immediate day thing today pesos has done nothing today maybe bought washington state alanon but but it's in their recovery yeah amazon indicating he wants to build a second headquarters indications are that would be enclaves coz may be may be i mean you you you have a number of cities vying for this second headquarters including boston i'm looking at the the globe this morning marty walsh the mayor of boston saying he intends to focus on east bautzen there's a great piece in the globe this morning just about the bidding war this creates you have so many communities even get a piece of the amazon pie you wonder what they're going to do how they're going to bend over backwards to get the company good morning mugoni michael dell thrilled that michael dell listens to us once in a while austin texas i believe is gone a leg up bolder boron really i think oh cut.

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"david ho" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"david ho" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The way they think they can mike pence i guess reportedly the vice president will be in the chair to make any tiebreaking votes should that be necessary material and meets with the president i don't even know where to go with the i i believe that she's through showed the prison they said they were five contenders for fed chair janet yellen term ends in february of two thousand eighteen will see if he reappoints are of course but he's met with for the five she's the last i believe he has to to meet with and as alan ruskin said the parlor game continues someone's up someone's down you know we get do we get some indication that it's john taylor this week kevin works last week at will see what happens after this meeting with the richer at the white house maybe should convince them the dodgers her brooke uh she's got that much i just wanna bring this up as five things you need to know i'm amazed david ho every conversation i have today somehow gets back to amazon the effective in that like an immediate day thing today pesos has done nothing today may be bought washington state i dunno but but it's every conversation yet amazon indicating it wants to build a second headquarters indications are that would be leased coz made with may be with you you have a number of cities vying for this second headquarters including boston i'm looking at the the globe this morning marty walsh the mayor of boston saying he intends to focus on east boston there's a great piece in the globe this morning just about the bidding war this creates you have so many communities even get a piece of the amazon pie you wonder what they're gonna do how they're going to bend over backwards to get the company's good morning i'm through ruining michael dell thrilled that michael dell listens to us once in a while austin texas i believe has gone a leg up bolder really i think oh caught.

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"david ho" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

30 For 30 Podcasts

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"david ho" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

"Thank you to the towns of team that put together this thirty for 30 episode and if you want to find a talented team for your business goaded ziprecruiter the hiring site that makes finding great talent a snap unlike other sites ziprecruiter doesn't depend on candidates finding you it finds them in fact over 80 percent of jobs posted on ziprecruiter get a qualified candidate in just one day find out today why ziprecruiter has been used by businesses of all sizes to find the most talented qualified job candidates with immediate results just go to ziprecruitercomtalkradio for thirty that's ziprecruiter dot com slash dirty for thirty aides athletes are in the news again today it's been confirmed with the heavyweight boxer tommy morrison has tested positive for the virus that causes aids there was a certain point time in my life i lived a very regulars livestock i hope that i can as a warning that living this lifestyle can only one thing and that's misery to all my young fans out there i'd ask you longer see me as a role model which see me as an individual to have the opportunity to be a role model and blue you've mentioned magic johnson a couple of times i think it's an it's obvious as her think about that in the in this context as a few years earlier but how how do you compare the way that these two athletes dealt with this news and having to talk about a publicly yeah in the wake of when he gets you know test positive data connected to dr david ho who has maddox dr hiv doctor at the time and he saw dr how dr hell offers to treat him the tummy just didn't want to do it so he basically has this like golden opportunity to get treated by one of the leading if not the preeminent hiv dr at the time the magic johnson thing is a great symbol of here is a man who gets hiv and instead of running away from it he attacks it now look at him now but both in terms of taking care of himself but also sort of realising he has a platform yes tommy.

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