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Philadelphia top paramedic works harder than ever to keep first responders safe from COVID-19
"EMS provider of the year is a paramedic who finds herself in especially high demand during the pandemic he would only Lynne Adkins has our story it's a critical job to keep firefighters protected from needle sticks hepatitis C. infections or tuberculosis on a regular basis but infection control officer captain April Smallwood says coded nineteen changes everything so it's much easier for your day I can deal with we haven't connected team called remember if you were concerned from a hospital in regards here in Texas is the number of potentially transportation what and now I can say that you know there's the I have a hundred and fifty phone calls dealing with members and hospital regarding a patient that we transported but Kobe nineteen she's also been busy securing PP for the Philadelphia firefighters and setting up protocols to keep them and their family safe she says each encounter with a person with the virus could take twenty firefighters off the job and put them into quarantine
Gilead’s remdesivir is a rare example of foresight in this pandemic
"Up let's go inside the magazine the cover story it's all about how Kelly adds wind does appear is an example of foresight in this pandemic we caught up with magazine editor Joe Webber and the writer of the piece Robert Langer from the beginning of this series character really clear that there weren't that many drugs that could do that and like lab data against corona viruses to go right into trials plane to human trials and this is one of a kind of handful found some from very early on you know if there's going to was going to early drugs qualifiers this is likely to be excised paying attention only on those talking to Billy you know early on trying to get interviews with some of their executives which was very hard to but what one thing we were able to get you know before this completely closed off or if you get a to talk to for you know into a one of A. R. the plants for the filling the file got in California this is why does everything was shutting down in mid March in U. appointment last days we could have done it we gotta talk over there a couple of great pictures and make videos suggesting that really helped make the story and then I just kept talking to them and you know get more detail at the earliest years of compounding then yeah finally is able to get me to deal with one of the top you know manufacture accurately tell me all the the seven different chemicals went into this and they get a twenty five different steps and you can compare the two making a very yeah yes the very specific or local of type of gratitude bakery if you don't if you don't already huge amount of your specially flower advance you have to wait for the new crop wheat to grow up to be a big delay that's right January all the specialty ingredients in the right order the flyers in China and Europe Wayans dance I was like the biggest smartest thing that they did yeah it's that's really such a key detail what to bring into Weber the editor of Bloomberg business week he joins us from Brooklyn and jolt you put this on the cover it makes a huge amount of sense because it's such a good read give us the contact from your perspective because you're looking across all of these stories not just as it relates to the crown of ours but across the world of business you know I think the story's significance is is huge and it's also the way that I I think is the best part of it but this is almost like the most hopeful news the only hopeful news basically to date in this coronavirus saga you either with like it it feels like it one bit of bad news after not act and it's almost like this cacophony of incompetence sometimes and so what I think Bob will be able to do in this Gilead story was actually shows like here's a good example of like one of the only ones really of a company that had incredible foresight and preparedness and you know how do you not actually ordered the raw materials that they needed to actually make this creep back in January even before it was you know before we knew how bad this was going to be having not done that back then we would not have the treatment that we certainly you know I like to be sure this is not a cure it's a treatment it takes corona virus from being fifteen gate operation down to maybe like eleven Coolidge down to like a linen suit you know if it's a modest improvement over nothing but at least it's something and you don't bother are you sort of you know reported around if you know if it's actually even more incredible than that because this is a drug that actually you know it's been around for like eleven years now and it never could find a purpose even right what what's the backstory you know the first thing that is you know looking for hepatitis C. drugs that was hard to administer the a better one for pills with conditional for that and then you know they tried it for a bola and they spend years on that you know because the first attempt to prolong a ball out quicker than the outbreak faded before they could get into even falls lake Catherine reasonable outbreak and then it didn't work that well so they are but in the end so they're trying to figure out what to do next and when the moment came along and they didn't have the thing that he definitely was I did not in January they didn't assume the best case scenario they didn't play has to wait a few weeks we'll see if this goes away because they're gay in case this is a pandemic worker or a whole bunch of stuff right now and it's just very different from what a lot of other folks did I have to say what's really cool in the story and if if people don't totally understand how significant this is it you're right Mr how Anthony Fauci has pointed out that he is like in the trial of ambassador to the first big trial of AZ T. the first drug for HIV right and so then you understand because that too was something we just couldn't figure out a treatment and so you understand Bob how room disappear is really a first very important step well yeah absolutely I mean the way to think of this is as a first step or first thing over again as the sea of going to self censor any a lot more drugs they're working on better drugs and better ways to administrative right now to confusion and we're definitely gonna need vaccines this doesn't solve the problem this is you know and as you said the first up from the second you know hospitalized patients in this reporter Robert Langer and of course Joe Webber the editor of Bloomberg business week and Carol what I really liked about this story from the pretty arresting cover image all the way through the pieces we talk so much about sort of botched response in on preparedness this was a case where a company anticipated some of this a lot still to be seen about whether this will be the drug that we need but I a company in the
Revisiting the Archive: Joyce Hunter
"So here's the seem. Joyce greeted me at her apartment door in sunnyside queens with a smile at the time. Joyce was just shy of fifty and had close cropped curly. Dark hair and wore large wire rim glasses. She was dressed in dark slacks and a button down shirt. She led me into bright living room. We took our seats and I attached microphone to her collar. Press Record interview with Joyce Hunter of the Hedrick Martin Institute on December Ninth Friday. Nineteen eighty eight locations. Sunnyside queens interviewer is Eric. Marcus tape one side one house. One in Staten Island nineteen thirty nine. I was born in a home for unwed mothers. My mother and father were not married. My mother was in what the Docs Ju plant. And My mother by the way was sixteen sixteen successors Kinda young and My mother got ill with Hepatitis. And then we were taken away when my mother was in the hospital. Today they call them group homes in those days. They called the more jobs though. Your parents were in dead from the time that I was five until I was fourteen. I was in. Did you have any sense during those years that you were somehow different? Different different definitely different. Especially when I was around ten I knew but you know you don't know what it is and it was like number one. They used to take us into movies every Saturday and that was crazy. Only about the women was only thing that I would focus on. You know what it is. You recognize difference before you recognize Sameness and I didn't feel the same as everybody else. So fourteen. You left the orphanage. I went to my mother and father in the Bronx new projects growing up in the Bronx on the streets of the Bronx. Is You hear everything? And then you get your first word Faggot and Queer. It scared the. Helen thought that somebody was going to come after me. I don't think that anybody knew although the way I you know I don't look much different is kind of like quote Unquote Bucci Looking. But I don't think they made the connection because I was very quiet and I tend not to at that time. Speak a lot believe it or not and then I went to a period grabbing. Talk A lot. They will went to therapy Tried to commit suicide at Seventeen. I was in a in a situation. That was pretty violent Very Abusive Yeah. And so that was a factor not being able to. I missed the kids from the home. You know they were eight years you know and I didn't like being very was so. The homosexuality was a factor. Family situation was a factor and I just thought it would be easier to be dead into live. My mother was like banging on the door. I stopped and she took me to the hospital and I never went back home since that was the last time. I was now when you were seventeen years old. Yeah I spend my eighteenth birthday state hospital so you so you saw psychiatrists there though. Once he served time. They're really I swear to God. That's how it was to me. I was away from a year. I guess when I came out I started seeing a therapist and I didn't WanNa be gay and I didn't want everybody to hate me. I wanted it to go away and some therapists said well. If you get married it it'll go away and I I well I wanted to believe it so I didn't at eighteen. I went and got married to a really nice guy. Did it go away no. I was married one year and then I met. I met this woman my first adult over while I was married. I knew it was never going away and I fell in love with a woman and I kept it a secret. I mean I was so I had never experienced any kind of feeling like that ever. You know not with no guy but it took me thirteen years to leave. The marriage and had two children did you. You must have felt trapped terribly trapped when I decided to come out. It was either killing myself or coming out but I had the kids and the kids kept me from doing such a thing and So I came out and I was a much better parent for it. I have a wonderful relationship with my kids today. Did you go to any of the early? Gay Pride Marches. I didn't go to the first one I was. Not there. Were sixty seventy No didn't go in seventy one seventy two. Tell me a little bit about that. First March I was kind of Excited almost arrogant gay rights. Now you know and excuse me for you if you like. It was like one of the things that the movement did for me. It gave me a vehicle to express my anger what we are about everything that. I had been denied my life that I had no adolescence. My childhood was Was Rob I always say that when I come back in the next life I wanNA come out to and I want to be able to enjoy being who I am. Let me just tell you how I got involved in first place because I think that might help a little like former lover took me down to the firehouse. And this was nineteen seventy one. I remember walking in and it was. It was a women's dance and I was like really overwhelmed. I'll never forget that moment and it was exciting and to see so many gay people on the street because people coming out in street never never saw anything like that when I was growing up. I didn't think any gay people at all and I just thought I was this this odd entity you know and it was like you know a wow. That's all I could say. Oh well it's just like you showed home. I was for me. It was like coming home. This is it this is this is this is who I
Special Report | Markets in Turmoil: Healthcare & Reopening
"Day. One hundred twenty three of the corona virus crisis new information tonight on a key drug to fight the virus as the nation moves closer to reopening stocks are under pressure the best month for stocks since. Nineteen eighty-seven comes to an end but questions persist about the rally and our ability to stop the virus. What we found out is just a little piece of the puzzle. Also tonight when we take a step forward we don't want to take two steps back. One business owners plead to his State. We're not ready to reopen this. Cnbc special report markets in turmoil begins right. Now here's Scott Wapner. Welcome good to have you with us on this Thursday night after the biggest month for stocks in a decade. Let's get to our first look futures right now early but they are lower following lackluster earnings from some big tech names. After the bell today stocks were lower across the board the Dow losing nearly three hundred points but the real story was the month of April. The Dow gaining eleven percent S. and P. Five hundred almost thirteen percent. That was its best performance. Since nineteen eighty-seven you see the major averages putting in that mark tonight the Nasdaq adding more than fifteen percent. It's best month since June of the year. Two thousand there is also new information tonight and the path towards vaccine drug maker AstraZeneca teaming up with Oxford University information on phase. One of their testing is due very soon our farmer reporter make to route following the details for US tonight. High Bank Scott. Well it is. One of the most advanced vaccine programs in development fur-coated nineteen right now. Researchers at the University of Oxford started the first phase of human clinical trials last week and five different centers in southern England with data expected to be available next month. They say if all goes well a later stage trial could begin by the middle of this year. A key question for any successful vaccine though will be the ability to manufacture it at a large enough scale that is where a partner like Astra. Zeneca comes in under the agreement with Oxford. The British drugs giant will be responsible for development and worldwide manufacturing and distribution if the clinical trials. Prove that the vaccine works. Now it's not the only experimental vaccine already in human studies one from dern and the National Institutes of Health in the. Us began testing in healthy volunteers. In March well small biotech company and no view has also said it's begun tests. Several vaccines in China have also entered the first phase of human testing whilst Pfizer and bio tech began trials in Germany last week. And they're expected to start. Us trials imminently a key question for all these potential vaccines will be whether the course of the pandemic will enable efficacy to be proven. It often happens and outbreak scenarios that the science is too slow to keep up with the disease. Many times in the past outbreaks have subsided before a vaccine could be ready to be tested. The development and manufacturing of new drugs and vaccines is also an expensive endeavor and Gilead who's drug desa. There yesterday showed positive results in an NIH. Trial said it spent fifty million dollars on the drug in the first quarter and may spend up to a billion dollars this year. The company's pledged to donate it's available supply of the drug and hasn't commented on pricing plans. After that Daniel Day was asked on a conference call with analysts tonight. Why covert nineteen is different from other diseases? The company does profit from treating like HIV. Hepatitis and flew. There's been no other time like this in the history of the planet than any of us about live. In terms of the far-reaching reaching effects of this pandemic so medically from a patient perspective most importantly but also economically and so I think there is no guidebook out there. There is no rule book out. There and day will join us tomorrow morning to discuss that and more on squawk box Scott Meg. We'll look forward to that very much in the morning on squawk box. That's Meg Terrell reporting tonight on the money as always joining us now. Cnbc CONTRIBUTOR IS DR Scott Gottlieb. The former head of the FDA. Dr Dot leaves good to talk to you again. You must first your reaction to this story about Oxford and AstraZeneca teaming up good news. We're going to need more than one vaccine developer to be successful here and the fact that Oxford's teaming up with Astra Zeneca which has the ability to manufacture this product at scale. Because the big challenge here isn't just going to be demonstrating that these products are safe and effective and running the clinical trials but also engaging in a large scale manufacturing this can be required to produce these in quantities sufficient to provide them to an entire population. Astrazeneca has heft. They have that ability so this is a positive development. We need more than one vaccine developed. It'd be successful here. We need multiple vaccine to be successful across the world if we're GONNA have enough doses to supply the entire world and also the low and middle income countries that locked out of this race right now. There's a lot of exuberance last evening. Plenty of opportunity today for some maybe to walk back. Some of the expectations of having a vaccine ready as quick as some of the timelines have said through this operation warp speed for example though Dr Falcone this morning on the today show certainly didn't back down. Is it really possible to have a vaccine Dr Gotlib by January? Well we're probably GONNA have by January. Is Vaccines in sufficient quantities to run very large scale trials. So we have outbreaks in American cities. We'll be able to deploy thousands probably hundreds of thousands of vaccines in those cities. I run kind large trials that we're going to need to do to prove that these vaccines not just are effective. But that they're safe. In terms of having sufficient quantities to inoculate the entire population. That's really a twenty twenty one event and hopefully we'll we'll have it in time for twenty twenty one but it's unlikely to be available before the end of this year but we could have tens of millions of doses before the end of this year if you if you see multiple manufacturers being successful because each manufacturer could probably produce millions if not upwards of around ten million doses and so you have involved fires of the company that I'm involved with. You have a couple of small biotech companies engaged to no fee. Gsk's engaged now you have Astra Zeneca J. and J. Working on an ad no viral vaccine. These are large companies that know how to manufacture at significant scale overall. How would you describe your own level of optimism about where we are in our fight against this virus tonight? I'm very optimistic. And we're making very rapid progress and trying to drug this this virus and there's nothing particularly complex about a corona virus. That would suggest that. We're not going to be able to develop an effective therapeutic vaccine against it. We haven't had a vaccine against the corona virus before but we haven't tried really except for SARS emerge typically corona viruses caused common colds. And we haven't really sought vaccines for them. We already probably have one antiviral drug. That's effective not a home run but a drug that looks effective in severe. I think we're GONNA have antibody drugs by the fall. At some point this fall that starts to be the makings of a pretty potent toolbox. Those are the first generation products and so we'll see second and third generation drugs come online. The entire by pharmaceutical sectors really focused on this intently. And I think we're making very rapid progress and so I'm optimistic that we're going to have therapeutics. Never seen anything like it really. Let's move from Therapeutics and vaccines to talk about more reopenings Georgia now set to lift a most shelter in place restrictions tomorrow. Is that a good idea. Well look I think what's taking shape in this country is that we've reached a plateau in the number of infections at about thirty thousand a day. We're bouncing around. But is that about three thousand a day so you have to assume about three hundred thousand infections a day in this country because we're probably diagnosing one in ten infections to one in twenty infections and the number of deaths has plateaued as well. I think we're likely to bounce around on that plateau for a sustained period of time and the risk we face by reopening isn't necessarily that we have very rapid surge in infections and run into another epidemic but we never really snuff out the infections that we have smoldering infections all through the summer. And if that's the case if we continue to have three hundred thousand infections a day by the time you reach September first upwards of fifteen percent of the US population will have had corona virus. And so you starting to get pretty significant proportion of the population. I think that's the risk we face by some of the reopenings that we're seeing when you still see cases going up now Georgia. The cases are going down in recent days. But they're still not testing a lot and so you don't know how reliable those that data is but they haven't seen the kind of sustained declines that we've all said at the outset that you'd want to see to try to safely reopen an economy. We've had this conversation about Georgia. Numerous occasions you tweeted a few days ago that they were still having an epidemic there that cases were on the rise. Though I saw today you did say that. They've seen a big improvement. It seems like a fairly short period of time to have some level of improvement. No improvement was in the model that model that everyone looks at from Washington state and that model is just based on trends. And so what they're doing is they're looking at current trends fitting lines curves so they're trying to project from what the current trends are so. Georgia has shown in the last week of reduction in the number of new cases on a daily basis. Some events probably improvement some of. It's probably under testing Georgia ranks in the lower echelon of states in terms of the testing that. They're doing their population. So it's unclear whether or not the epidemic Israeli subsiding in that state. When you look across the country you see a lot of states probably about twenty five states. Where the epidemic is rising in terms of the number of new cases on a daily basis. So the number of cases being diagnosed on a daily basis is actually going up. Some of that's a function of the fact that we're testing a lot more so we're capturing more cases but some of it's also a function of our seeing expanding epidemics in a lot of states. Now that's said many of these states are states with a very low number of infections. So they're going from one hundred infections of data one hundred ten to one hundred twenty so they're not states that had a big epidemic to begin with but nonetheless it just shows that we're really not through the woods yet when it comes to this national epidemic New York showing a lot of improvement and that distorts the national figures but nationally. You still see a lot of states with a lot of spread. What do you think about New Jersey's plan to open golf courses and parks this weekend? Is that a good idea. I think it sound for the states to try to contemplate what they can do to give people a sense of normalcy again. And the first thing you can do is try to open back up. Recreational activity done outdoors. We know the risk of spread is lower. I've been advocating and talked to a number of local officials about the idea of trying to move things that are traditionally done indoors outdoors and so two extent that we want to restart religious services holding them outside. We want to restart gym classes holding those outside. Even as we contemplate reopening restaurants lifting local ordinances that make it easier to businesses to try to move some of that business outside maybe closing blocks and sectioned off more real estate more public real estate for businesses to try to open up at venues outside. That's not going to be foolproof but holding these things outside does reduce risk and. I think it's important that we try to start reintroducing activities that give people a sense of normalcy about their lives and the first thing to do really is to put the nets backup in parts. Let's let's finish by discussing the
Biotech Pipeline Updates
"We're in the middle of the cove in nineteen pandemic is continuing the escalate in California here. We're doing okay. The shelter in place seems to be Instituted in personally in San Diego we've seen the beaches and parks officially closed so that continues to escalate. But you know I'm doing okay out here things. Aren't that bad. As of now the situation does seem to be getting worse. And we're GONNA talk about that a little bit and I also want to talk about a few pipeline updates that we heard from some pretty cool company. So let's start with that and the first company wants to talk about is cassava sciences ticker symbol. Save A for those. Who Don't know but I did do a video on them. Maybe three or four years ago maybe two months and were waiting for their face to be dated. Come Out and this is a twenty eight day trial with their drug. Pti One to five. That is supposed to change the course of the disease in Alzheimer's patients so will we heard a pipeline update and their CEO said that their clinical program show no signs of slowing down. This is good. I think a lot of people weren't concerned in general all biotech virus. It really does get out of hand and trying about SARS cove to it could really interfere with regular clinical trials. Say Half the patients get the virus and have to undergo treatment for flu. That's not ideal when you're trying to just look at eight control and test groups so anyway related to cassava. Apparently their clinical programs are not slowing down and their fees to be trial completed patient enrollment as well as dosing and this is as a march twenty twenty and they mentioned that there were no safety issues found a good thing and then they also said that the company expects to announce top line results approximately mid year twenty twenty and then they also announced that they're going to initiate a one year open label study of the drug. So if this happens to not work out you know. There is a chance that the drug could affect patients in one year's time in case the Twentieth Day treatment isn't quite enough so the details of the trial. Definitely check out my older video on that. I I took a position in the fives that believe in. I think the companies now trading in the threes so I might add a little bit to the position because I did only start scaling in and really looking forward to seeing this readout here in mid twenty twenty because if it is positive the stock it increased substantially so. That's what I'm betting on here. So let's move on. Dvd TECHNOLOGY TICKER SYMBOL DVD. There a allergy company that is kind of competitor to immune even though some people would not consider them necessarily competitors because one obviously is much less effective than the other so the issue with DVD. Tea Is that their skin patch vice skin product. It is less effective than amiens. Oral immunotherapy of the benefit of that is that there are significantly fewer side effects but the issue is the FDA really wants to see that there is efficacy benefit to patients taking this drug or this therapy in order to improve the product. So we saw that Amien got FDA APPROVAL. Finally and that was nice to see and the concerns. There were that the product does have some side effects associated with it. D- On the other hand does not have many side effects but they do happen to have a lack of advocacy so what happened is the FDA identified questions regarding the efficacy of its biologics license application for vice skin peanut in patients with peanut allergy as a result the allergenic. Products Advisory Committee a PAC meeting to discuss. The bialy will no longer take place as previously scheduled so this led to a big drop in the stock and DVD's struggled off and on dealing with the FDA that's manufacturing issues last year. Maybe year more than that. I don't quite remember but I am concerned. This and I don't think it's worth buying the dip. Necessarily if they're able to show efficacy. It's going to be a real problem now. They do have some data coming out soon. That could show. That product does have more efficacy than their other. Trials showed. So if you're looking for a high risk play could do that. I am interested in space. This oral or skin related allergy desensitization. Keeping my both companies and they have taken a big hit in this recent downturn. We've had someone beekeeping my out on them all right. The next company I want to touch on is Viking Therapeutics. And it's been a long time since I talked about them. They are a company that has been Kinda slow too bad but they might have the best in class drug for Nash. It's a thyroid. Receptor Beta agonists. That does really well in lowering liver fat. So the news that we got is that their board is authorized a stock repurchase program whereby the company can repurchase up to fifty million dollars in stock over two years and this came as the market was really coming down. And I'm Kinda surprised because oftentimes these small biotech companies really struggled to raise cash because stock prices so depressed as it's being sold off for some reason. Viking has decided that it's more important for them to kind of artificially increase the stock price by doing a share buyback so as of December twentieth nineteen. They had two hundred fifty seven point six million dollars in cash. They are presenting data from their twenty eighteen trials at conferences which seems like kind of a waste of resources to me and we've really seen the data digested. I don't know what they think they're gonNA get by presenting that data. It's one thing to kind of present the updated data. But we don't really have much of that so for me. This is kind of a strange move and I would much rather than us that fifty million dollars towards anything else that would either increase the likelihood of their pipeline candidates being developed. Or you know hiring people that are good at developing Nash candidates but instead they're just buying back stock so this is not a very encouraging. Move to me. We're we're still in the midst of this case to be trial and we're waiting for that data but one thing. I wanted to notice that I looked at the clinical trials dot gov symbol for for their trial and it looks like the primary outcome is actually twelve week. Mri Data and analyzing liber fat content. The trial started in November twenty nineteen. So this actually a chance that we could see this data in the next six months or so at least before the under twenty twenty. So I'm Kinda keep in mind that and for that reason. I'm not selling any of the Stock. I have even taken quite a hit in the position. The secondary endpoint for this trial is fifty two week resolution of CFO hepatitis. The histology that's the actual biopsy of liver where they're actually going to be able to score it and evaluate. You know whether or not Nash has been resolved to some capacity given the metrics that the FDA wants them to look at but the endpoint. We're going to see. Is this twelve week. Mri data deliver fat content. And we can be pretty confident. That liver fat is going to go down. The patients in this trial are biopsy confirmed. Nash patients so the Bar is raised a little bit higher than their face to a trial. That was just done using. Nfl D. patients which is a milder form. Before you get to Nash Fatty Liver Disease Problems. So that's where Viking the last company. I WanNa talk to you before we get to. Our highlighted story is excellent therapeutics and we heard that they are accelerating the trial completion for a excess zero five typo there in Alzheimer's Disease Agitation to Q. Two rather than Q. Three Twenty Twenty. I hadn't really talked about the disease agitation trial because I think it's their lesser important one. I'm much more excited about the treatment resistant. Depression read out. That should be happening in the next week or so. And there's also going to be read out for x zero seven in migraine. Those are going to be really big moves for the stock and now we can just add another one in Q. Two we're going to see this Alzheimer's Disease Agitation. Xm Is the ticket for axiom. It's been all over the place throughout this whole downturn in the market and I have taken another position or a kind of double down with what I had because I kind of bought it at the top but I do think that they have a good chance of seeing a positive outlook in t already resistant depression and if it is positive. I think it'll be a big mover for the stock because physicians really struggled to treat already so this would be huge for them. So that's kind of where we're at with axiom and I'm looking forward to the date in the next little
New Guidelines Urge Most U.S. Adults to be Screened for Hepatitis C
"The guidelines have been released urging millions more people to get screened for hepatitis C. the call is for expanded screening for Americans between the ages of eighteen and seventy nine and it's the first call since twenty thirteen one U. S. health authorities urged all baby boomers to get a one time hepatitis C. test the US preventive services task force says hepatitis C. is on the rise because of the opioid crisis fighting infections early is critical now that drugs are available that can cure most people after two to three months of treatment and the price of those costly medications has dropped sharply in recent years
"hepatitis e" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You
"Just means inflammation of your liver. Okay sense so we probably most often at least many of us think of viral hepatitis. When we hear the word hepatitis. But do keep in mind that that's not by any means the only thing that can cause inflammation of your liver. What else can cause inflammation of your liver. Oh my gosh. Bacteria can cause it asking me to ask that question. I know parasites can cause hepatitis. You can have autoimmune hepatitis. You can get like hypnotic involvement if you have things like Lupus bla-bla-bla it's so many things can cause inflammation of your liver but often acute. Hepatitis is very commonly caused by viruses. I would argue that. In fact we are just very uncreative in naming viruses because the viral hepatitis is are named hepatitis. A. B. C. D and E. I mean to be honest like it's not a bad way did not have that. It's not bad you know but one thing that makes it very confusing. Is that all of these different hepatitis. Viruses have nothing to do with each. Did you just say happy? T- terrible all of these all these viral hepatitis petite. I think is the word that you're looking for. Not EPA tedious. Is that not the plural? If not the plural we'll see okay see by the end of this episode. We'll be all right. All of these viral hepatitis viruses. They have nothing to do with each other. Aaron Hepatitis B. is not closely related to hepatitis. C. Etc okay. They just all are viruses. That happened to affect deliver. What that's wild it is. It is wild up so these are not even the same type of viruses. Oh heck no Aaron okay. So that part is where I disagree with the naming. Then thank you okay. I'm glad that you're finally on my page. So we're only discussing today. One of these hepatitis viruses and that is hepatitis. C. Okay and it turns out actually that teepee to bucay wireless centers are very familiar with this family. Viruses Hepatitis C. belongs to hepatitis. C. is a flat virus. I was bowled over when I saw that. I know it's yeah so if you like. If these words like flava virus are confusing to you. Don't worry you're not alone. Slava viruses including gay the one. We just talked about a few weeks ago also yellow fever etc. Okay if you remember. Yellow fever is called yellow fever because it is a free for that turns you yellow because of its effect on your liver right. Okay so like the other flava viruses. Hepatitis C. IS AN RN. A Virus Hepatitis C. Like many viruses has a huge amount of what we call. Auntie genyk variation so it has a lot of different antigens on its surface like like the flu does okay influenza. So that means it's really hard to target from a vaccine perspective because it has a lot of variation there's a whole bunch of different targets. It's hard to get them all. They're constantly changing. Virus also have really high mutation rates so they evolve very quickly hepatitis. C. is one of those so spoilers. We don't have a vaccine but unlike many of the other flava viruses. You don't get hepatitis C. From mosquitoes which I find very interesting also but there are also there are tick-borne and non vector-borne flood. Yeah there are absolutely and you do get hepatitis. C. From blood which ultimately is where Mosquitos get flabby viruses from anyways. So yeah you just missing. The vector so hepatitis C. It invades your liver cells your HIP PATA sites. That's where it tends to replicate and then it bursts out into your bloodstream. And circulates in your blood? So it's transmitted person to person when you come into contact with that blood so in the past win. Blood products weren't screened properly. I know Aaron. You'RE GONNA talk a lot more about that right. Oh yeah yeah blood. Products were a very big source of infection. Prior to screening in some areas of the world blood products are still a source of infection. If it's very difficult to screen or if there's not access to good screening tools but hugely imported are actually medical tools. Used in things like surgeries injections. That's actually one of the most common sources of infection. Today is medical injections using not properly sterilized needles or glass syringes And then the other big source of infection today is injection drug use. It is possible to get via sexual transmission. But it's honestly very rare. It's not like hepatitis B. which is much more likely to be transmitted sexually so okay okay so here and I think I told you last week. Oh yeah hepatitis. C. is going to be so easy for me to research. It's like really straightforward. We know law. Yeah you were like. Oh it'll take me no time and then you take today and you're like Oh God It took me forever and I'm not going to have answers to any of your questions. Aaron Okay so let's talk about how you get sick from Hepatitis C. While it can and often does cause an acute hepatitis which will talk about the symptoms of in just a second the biggest issue and most dangerous part of hepatitis. C. Is that in between fifty to eighty five percent of cases it results in a chronic infection that can eventually result in liver failure and or liver cancer and death. I question Oh God okay. Sorry fifty to eighty five is quite a big range. What determines whether someone is going to become chronically infected or not excellent question. There's a number of different things commodities so things like having diabetes can increase your risk of chronic infection heavy alcohol use especially more than fifty grams of alcohol a day which was like four. Alcoholic Beverages Day can increase your risk of chronic infection being immuno-compromised for example co-infection with HIV definitely increases your risk for chronic infection. So yeah things like that. The amount of virus that you're infected with is not actually associated with whether or not you develop a chronic infection which is different than a lot of other viral diseases that we see okay if you get infected with Hepatitis C and then you do not develop chronic infection. Can you get reinfected and then develop product infection? You're not like immune which I guess is and the the struggle with creating a vaccine. Yep Okay good question okay. So chronic infection means in this case that even though a person might not have any symptoms the virus stays in their body continues to replicate and many many years. We're talking like ten twenty thirty or more years down. The line can result in serious disease so then the question that we that I always like to try and answer on this podcast is. How does this virus actually cause disease? Erin we we don't know what do you mean? I mean we don't know so here are the things we do know okay when Hepatitis C. Invades your liver. It does stimulate an immune response so your innate immune system which I think we talked about the innate versus adaptive immune system in the first vaccines episode. If you want like a really nice intro to your immune system basically the very nonspecific first immune response is triggered when you get infected with Hepatitis C. However for some reason that is unclear. The downstream effects of that. Don't really happen in a lot of people infected with HEP C. So what that means is you know you have your first line defenders like macrophages and stuff that come in release a bunch of chemical signals to trigger things like natural killer cells which we talked about in the vaccines episode. That are supposed to come in and kill any viral infected cells so that that virus doesn't continue to replicate something doesn't work right in that response when you get infected with HEP C. So we know that people who develop chronic infections with hepatitis C. Which again is the majority of people who get infected? They don't have a T. cell response so there t. Cells aren't responding well to fight down this infection But that's all we know. We don't know why we don't know how to predict who is going to do. A good job of fighting off the infection versus who isn't and we don't know what the virus is doing specifically to cause these changes in people's immune response that gets worse it. Okay okay okay. I'm I'm just shocked that we can treat this dude. This is why I felt. We knew the answers to these questions. Because the amount of advances that we have made in treatment for Hepatitis C. Over the last like five years is bananas. Yeah so I was like. Of course we know. We got tons of treatment. We can cure it now. No big deal so I mean not no big deal but you know. I thought we knew Erin. We don't know and the other thing is like the whole cancer thing which we're going to talk in more detail about actually were not because we don't know we don't know how hepatitis. C Causes Cancer. We don't know the title of this Episode Hepatitis C. I don't know we don't know. Wow okay there are six different Gino types of Hepatitis C. Overall they're not associated with different risks of ultimately liver failure but Junior type one B is one of the most common types and that one is associated with an increased risk of liver cancer. Okay but it's not because we don't know why it's not clear why of course. Oh my gosh who knew. I didn't well. Let's talk about what we do know. And that is the signs and symptoms so in an acute infection the incubation period. So the time from when you first get infected to when you first show symptoms is actually quite long. It's usually like around seven weeks okay. Which is pretty long only about thirty percent of people infected with HEP C. Will actually have acute symptomatic infection and generally this presents with Malays so feeling fatigued and feeling crappy. You often get nausea. Which isn't surprising since your your liver is very involved with their GI tract. You know and right. Upper quadrant pain. Your liver is in the right upper quadrant of your abdomen. Okeyo your liver hurts okay. And then what you also get is dark colored urine and that's because you get an increase in Biller Ruben which is basically a breakdown product of your red blood cells that your liver is supposed to get rid of but your liver is not working right. So then bill Aruban builds up and you have to see it out So instead of your poop being poop colored your urine is kind of poop colored and then as that Bill Rubin continues to build up. That's when you see things like jaundice. So that's literally your skin turning yellow. From how much. Bill Rubin is circulating in your system right another huge thing that you see in Acute Hepatitis Infections. Are If you test your blood to look at specific enzymes that your.
"hepatitis e" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You
"Today we're talking about hepatitis. C as you may have guessed kind of like in the first hand of bunch of times. Yep Yep so. What are we drinking this week? We're drinking live and let liver and what is in live and let liver. Of course there's alcohol which is you know. Take it easy on the alcohol on this one guy or just make yourself the Placebo Rita that too but in the quarantine e we have gin grapefruit juice lime juice and Grenadine. Yeah it's delicious and we will post the recipe to our alcoholic quarantine as well as our non Alcoholic Placebo Rita on our website. This podcast will kill you. Dot Com and our social media pages so twitter teepee W K Y instagram. Does podcast will kill you and facebook. Yep Cool Cool. I'm excited for this episode. I know you are. I know you are but what am I also excited? You're such a nerve. I know I can't believe that's the first time I've ever said that joke. Actually that was a good joke. I wasn't good joke think. Let's take a really short break. And then dive in to have. Potatoes away creates thoughtful products designed to change how you see the world. Their range of essential self real travel problems. So all you have to think about is where you're headed nixed. I am currently in Arizona. And guess what I used to travel to Arizona. Did you use your away suitcase? Aaron? I did great. I mean I love that. Little Power Bank was the perfect thing because I was so worried about all the delays coming out of Chicago with the weather and but I have a little power bank in case that happened. I am very proud to be a one suitcase family and the last trip that we took we fit all of my clothes. All my husband's clothes and the baby stuff in our away suitcase and it stayed so organized that was to visit me. I know so you can. You can verify that I can..
New US guidelines urge a hepatitis C check for most adults
"There are some new guidelines for hepatitis C. health officials are urging that most adults got a one time check out for the win or a liver damaging virus it can just being there for decades before the symptoms appear in recent years doctors have been screaming baby Berliner boomers an age group that appears to be especially at risk but the update of the vice means millions more adults should not be tested perhaps say because the cases are on the rise younger adults are now at high risk because of the opioid
Florida man with hepatitis A sues Denny’s
"A man has sued the Denny's restaurant chain claiming that a Denny's in Osceola county gave him hepatitis a William ray as says in his lawsuit that he ate at a Denny's in Kissimmee last October he got sick within a few days then got the diagnosis that the happy virus that attacked his
Florida man with hepatitis A sues Denny’s
"Of Florida man who became infected with hepatitis a is suing the restaurant chain Denny's and the franchise in Osceola county the lawsuit alleges that William raise eight at the Kissimmee Danny's in October that the department of health investigations show two employees had been infected with hepatitis say within a few days he claims he began having symptoms the complaint alleges the restaurant had an obligation to ensure safe and clean dining environment for their patrons the suit seeks at least thirty thousand dollars in
Trump's push to reduce drug prices in State of the Union boosts hope for action this year
"We might see some bipartisan action coming out of Washington when it comes to drug prices so if you remember during trump so to speak as say the union speech he actually got Democrats to stand and applaud when it came to Loren drug prices yes I'm calling for bipartisan legislation to achieve the goal of dramatically lower prescription drug prices get a bill to my desk and I will sign it into law without delay so fairly there's been movement on that front but there was one of partisan disagreements who would take more credit for its also will range of competing bills you know how people throw other crap into the lawyer like why are we funding paper airplanes what I don't know some VS whatever that happened with other bills in the past but Laurie drug prices is something where both sides really agree on and the Republicans in the unit because they have promised to help fix healthcare after Obama's mess and they didn't do it things might be a little better some of the deductibles may be a little better some of the insurance our premiums might be down a bit but it wasn't the relief we saw before you know two thousand eight two thousand nine so if they can at least lower prescription drug prices they could say they have a win in the health care category Democrats are going to campaign on the Medicare for all or public option so it is speech did not actually endorse a specific approach so you know we don't know if this has to do with him you know negotiated with China has been able to get drugs from China figure out an FTA use speedy approval for certain drugs are Nancy Pelosi and house Democrats are pushing for a bolder action to lower drug prices they have a bill that was passed in December to allow the government to negotiate lower prices the bill is called H. R. three and so when trump made his remarks some house Democrats were chanting HR three that's what they were chanting because it was like one of our what are the same so trump supporter governor bush Asian during the two thousand sixteen campaign he said he would go she like crazy but he backed off of it why well if the government convenes private health care we start to go towards socialism and the reason why prices are up is it because you know everybody says why can't we get the same price as Mexico has Canada has our center up the well it's tricky you know I would love to be able to get an antibiotic for a dollar and the way the generic companies make these drugs yeah absolutely you can mean I mean you know you would think that they would still make some sort of a profit but they don't want to squeak by these companies need to because I mean look at what's happening with all that and D. M. A. N. N. D. E. A. in though that cancer causing contaminants and when I went one should ever company okay generic companies still need a a buffer because of the FDA comes in gone what will global level we need to take a look at this so everybody's halls we need to we need to you know I recall you can't just barely you know squeak by on a Buck a prescription so they rely on Americans to give them that clutch now why US one on another country will because their drug what is still that serve their drugs are going to sell then they you know they go where they can get away with it and right now insurance companies allow them to get away with it so there is room to negotiate there is room to go down on the flip side though you have some companies going I we can make this drug cheaper now with all the rules and regulations and everything we have to go through you know in other countries you don't of estrogen process you come up with the drug in America you need to make sure it gets approved because two years of our anti and then it makes us the market sometimes only a few years left on patent so this idea of we have so much regulation as it is that's why the prices are up because we only have a few years to make our money back or to make a profit that ends up forcing you know prices to go up so the Republicans have to be very very delicate when it comes to we're going to you know lamb bass the companies and you know we're going to force them to pay less because then it could also cause a big change in the in the system so Grassley white unveiled does limit some drug price increases in Medicare right now trump doesn't mention any executive action on drug prices again it's a district trump has proposed Lawrence a Medicare drug prices by linking prices to those in other countries not sure what is going to do is again the say the union is very general they don't go into specific plans it's for this what we're gonna do this year so we'll see what happens personally I love it the federal pharmacy and I could get a medication for two three Bucks I love it the thing is is usually generic sell us going generic and make intergeneric prices don't rice would be the key to keeping drug prices low the problem is is then are we going to have any new drugs coming down the pipeline if they don't think they could sell and we need new trucks with the medication that a fight the crime virus we need a good anti flu medication we need you know and so I you know what companies are going to step up and do that so it's tricky now certain states are trying to you know take measures take you know things into their own hands when it comes to drug prices they say six in ten Americans are Tate were taken at least one prescription drug court to the Kaiser family foundation seventy nine percent of those surveyed survey to the cost of medications was unreasonable the report also found that three out of ten Americans do not see the medications as prescribed because a worry about cost yeah they spread it out so you tell program was created two thousand eighteen it's a state law dubbed right to shop by Republican representative norm Thurston public employees health program offered if only to people using a drug on a list of about a dozen medications where the state could have significant state of the one hundred sixty thousand state and local public employees cover biting sure fewer than four hundred were eligible according to managing director Purcell officials of track the medications for the manufacturer to the pharmacy to the patient make sure people were given the same drugs and what home did work with a specialty pharmacy working it with one of the largest private hospital systems so they're working they're moving there's a represented from a company provide are ex that is escorted escorted patients of San Diego to Tijuana back across the border and so you know again I don't know if I could trust the medication Mexico but certain you know people are taking certain actions to get cheaper drugs ten state workers and participate in the program they believe the state a state over toward the twenty five thousand dollars California governor some is going to have a plan that will increase competition the generic drug marketplace having a a brands of prescription drugs that's California branded so now they're gonna compete with private enterprise and hopefully lower drug costs that way get not sure what that would do with the private market again they got to play this regatta tread very carefully the of the governors and no state has more at stake on the issue of healthcare we will use our market power and a moral power to demand fair prices for prescription drugs I will continue to move closer to ensuring healthcare for California the California law has required drug companies to report any price increases of the state generic drugs saw three your medium price increase of thirty seven point six percent and that was based on list drugs of drugs most prices present an article just council rebates so you know why are these crazy these prices skyrocketing so I I do like there is some transparency I don't like the idea of government control and I'm a little cautious and I'm a little nervous about how the states are pursuing Louisiana did something interesting they have the state to go she to deal to pay a flat fee for prescriptions for hepatitis C. drugs beginning last July the state began a quote subscription model treatment that officials say could cure tens of thousands who had hepatitis C. napa see drugs expensive it costs a few thousand a month for that one so they're starting to work on a program where they can get this high price medication thanks for others which could stop
Hepatitis A Outbreak Linked To Long Beach Steakhouse
"An outbreak of hepatitis a is been detected the city of Long Beach officials are confirm that one restaurants the source of the convictions in the warning patrons to monitor their health for at least the next several weeks when two cases of hepatitis a service at the beginning of the month long beach health department cubicle disease controller Emily Holman said they knew they had a problem he began questioning the people on where the deep in the previous weeks of the five fifty five east American steakhouse came up with the common link clean up actions are already in the works restaurant managers and staff have been very cooperative with our investigation you know the listener something they want either and we're working with them to identify the source SO four seven confirmed cases of happy have been reported Holman says given the incubation period of fifteen to fifty days those who eight of the steak house should monitor their health at least until the nineteenth of February and if they show any symptoms call their doctor at
Hepatitis A Outbreak Linked To Long Beach Steakhouse
"Two Long Beach although officials are hoping to get a handle on an outbreak of hepatitis a in their city the outbreak has been tied to a specific restaurant on a specific date normally Long Beach gets one case of hepatitis a year went to cases popped up at the beginning of the month long beach health departments communicable disease control Everly Holman said they determine the coming location the infected patients had visited was the five fifty five east American steakhouse and now it looks like it was something that occurred on December twenty fourth on Christmas Eve and it does not seem to be ongoing the restaurant in the health department are working to determine if it was contaminated water or food that led to the affections as of now seven cases of happy have been confirmed in the area because of the incubation period of fifteen to fifty days people who ate at that restaurant will be as to monitor their health or see their doctor if they feel ill at least until the nineteenth of
Airbnb is offering lots of experiences. Results may vary.
"Search airbnb as experiences listings here in Baltimore and you could sign up for print making king slash dance workshop. Attend a private concert in a musician's home or play bubble soccer encased in a giant inflatable ball the company known mostly for its short term. Rentals wants an even bigger share of the roughly one hundred eighty billion dollar tours and activities industry AIRBNB. We just hired a former top Disney executive to run its experiences business all as it's gearing up for an IPO expected later this year and grappling thing with concerns about safety and fraud. Eric Jenkins as a staff writer at fortune. Where he's written about airbnb challenges airbnb basically gets hit from. I'm from to France on one side of his the regulatory issues that have plagued it for years now. Cities are basically realizing over time. That people are using AIRBNB and away bad that does not quite benefit the actual people who live in the cities. Because now there's a you know a a lack of housing units that are dwindling because more of the housing units are being used for short-term housing and Airbnb when that of course just drives the price up on the other hand recently. Some controversy regarding you know sort of trust and safety issues. There was a a mass shooting in a house out in a Arinda California where five people died right on that same day. The website vice had published an article. Oh about a nationwide sort of scam. That had encompassed all these different people over the course of I think it was like eight cities and close to a hundred different listings and things like that. What steps has the company taken to address. Some of these concerns. Yes so they have decided to do one hundred percents verification of uh-huh and experiences. They are going to go through all their listings using a combination of their own reviews. That are already on the platform to kind kind of come to this conclusion about whether things such as photographs. You know the cleanliness of the apartment. The basic amenities are all accurate. And say what they are another question looming before a company goes public is whether it's profitable. What do we know about whether AIRBNB MAKES MONEY. And and and how much AIRBNB has said for the last two years that they are profitable on hepatitis basis. So that basically means that they are You know profitable profitable before all the things like taxes and interest and things like that come into play to let investors know. We think that were pretty much on the path to profitability. We can't know for sure until they file there there. S One perspectives and open their books up to the public so if this company is trying to become sort sort of all things travel is there a risk of losing the cool factor. I think so. I think it's a fundamental philosophical question that the company is going to have to grapple with. You know people love airbnb because it offers that sort of live like a local mantra but you talk to people who use the service and they kind of feel that it's becoming more more just another sort of real estate broker. I'm so I think they'll definitely have to Work hard to to maintain that because now they are public company they will have the the scrutiny of the public look markets and the investors are. GonNa want them to tap into new pools of revenue as much of the town. But they also have to do that Without selling out if you will. That's Eric Jenkins Gins staff writer at Fortune as AIRBNB EXPANDS ITS EXPERIENCES BUSINESS AHEAD OF ITS IPO. More anecdotes are piling up about less than favorable favorable Experiences using the platform in response to that expose nearly a thousand people wrote into vice with complaints ranging from the a classic bait and switch to charges for fake damages to hosts pressuring guests to leave five star
A Mother's Love: The Death of Morgan Reid
"Tanya Paxton read grew up in a family of girls her parents wanted and John Saxton settled in Texas XS panhandle in the early nineteen fifties. John worked at the local electric company and Wanda stayed home with her daughters. And there are a few of them. The oldest Saxton Saxton daughter was beverly K. She was followed two years later by Rodeina then a year after that was Leslie and then my must've gotten tired because Catania. The baby was born four years after Leslie took a little break there and then that was the end of it yet. But this is the fifties four kids was not unusual at all. Aw No that wasn't Nanan. Woodley have like six years or so apart something but I'm four girls and six years four children and six years. It's a handful. No doubt absolutely now the three older girls were all lighter. Skinned with blue and green is tiny stood out. She had dark eyes dark hair and a dark complexion. Well I like the Milkman. Is My mother used to say. There is a maternal uncle uncle who was a fan of the lone ranger TV show and he began calling Tanya Tanto. The name of the Lone Ranger's native American sidekick so this nickname apparently caught on Tanya was no family as Tanto throughout her life. Yeah a little. I don't think that would fly today as far as political correctness but back then and that was totally something people did. Yeah of course. I don't think lone ranger would fly very well today either so no now. We'll beverly early K.. was eight years old when her parents brought Tanya home from the hospital and Beverly K of course loved her new baby sister and for a lot of the time she'd become primary caretaker for Tanya Beverly K even called Tanya her real live baby doll and just two months after Tanya's birth wander wander. The mother was hospitalized for appendicitis. which you know was a bigger deal back then? There was some hospitalization for several days and she had to rest and John of course had to work so beverly K took over pretty much all of the responsibilities of caring for her baby sister. Tanya in over the years of Tania's Childhood Childhood Wanda had multiple health problems. And I only bring these up because I think it could have affected the way that Tanya turned out unfortunately in a bad away Wanda was bedridden for arthritis mononucleosis hepatitis and even spinal meningitis. So bedridden for the better part of two years Wanda left Beverly K in charge again of a lot of things for a kid. You Know Young. She's like what ten by this time. Yeah not very very old but tiny would recall one of her earliest memories of her mother was when her mother was hospitalized and this was a fond memory she she also had some really good memories of her own hospitalization as a child Tanya hit a small cyst removed from under her left arm and because her mother Wanda was was in the hospital at the same time tiny was allowed to stay in the bed with her mother and have her individual attention for several hours. Now this is from a a child who really hasn't seen much of her mother. She pretty much been raised by her big sister so I could really think it's safe to say that the cemented some positive ideas ideas about being in the hospital for Tanya or thank so growing up. Tiny didn't have too many friends. Fortunately she had her sister's around of for the girls were active in their church choir and they traveled to different states to perform. Misses a real treat because the town where they lived in Texas was isolated. And there just wasn't anything to do there will not only was there not much to do but dad was super strict with those girls. One weird rule he has was was that They could date the same boy twice because that would lead to them. Getting serious and possibly Sibley becoming physically involved with the boy where we can have their right so he had some weird rules like that. He was very strict and when they were pretty young still. Oh John Faxed and left the electric company where he worked and he tried his hand at selling insurance he was pretty successful and his success. In sales built up his confidence vents and he ended up opening a medical supply store with a friend of his who owned a local pharmacy and John went on the road to make sales going to nursing zing homes doctors offices and even hospitals eventually wanted joined him and she took over the home. Healthcare Division of the company so healthcare had become the family business by this point and this is the environment that Tanya grew up in
One case of hepatitis A confirmed in Skagit County
"There's a warning about hepatitis a in schedule county one case has been confirmed in the patient was likely exposed to the virus with in the county the health department is not figured out exactly what the source was yet and they're warning other cases are still likely there have been one hundred forty one cases of hepatitis a in the state
Officials have confirmed 14 cases of hepatitis A tied to blackberries
"Cases of hepatitis a link to blackberries have now been reported in Minnesota which joins several other states in the outbreak health officials have now confirmed fourteen cases of hepatitis a is part of an outbreak in Indiana Minnesota Michigan Nebraska and Wisconsin the latest a person who a blackberry sold at a fresh thyme grocery store in Minnesota in September that person was hospitalized in his since recovered health officials have warned consumers eleven states against eating berries bought from the
Minnesota reports first hepatitis A case linked to tainted blackberries
"Minnesota says it has recorded its case of hepatitis A. its first link to blackberries ABC's Ryan borough has more health officials have now confirmed fourteen cases of hepatitis a is part of an outbreak in Indiana Minnesota Michigan Nebraska and Wisconsin the latest a person to a blackberry sold at a fresh thyme grocery store in Minnesota in September that person was hospitalized in his sense recovered health officials have warned consumers eleven states against eating berries bought from the chain right pearl ABC
Combatting Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
"Alcoholic Fatty liver. Diseases is more prominent now than any of those other your liver conditions. I know so this is a scary thing right. Yeah Yeah and basically What it is is it's a fatty liver and non alcoholic fatty liver disease? It's kind of an umbrella. Term for a spectrum of different chronic liver conditions conditions. And basically what it is. It's it's when the there's an excessive accumulation of fat in the cells of the liver and and the reason why the term non alcoholic fatty liver disease is used is because it's happening people who do not consume alcohol. It says it's it's the exact same type of disease as psoriasis of the liver which is caused by excessive alcohol consumption except it's happening and people who don't drink drink alcohol such as children. Oh my so. So why is that happening right. What so what what? The science is showing. Is that sugar and specifically fructose and it could even come from refined carbohydrates being broken down into sugar in the body that when there's a an excessive amount of sugar to deal with the liver the the main one of the main roles of the liver aside from detoxifying vying everything that comes through our bloodstream. Another one of its main roles is to Deal with sugar like you know. We're either the liver is either going to send that sugar out to the rest of the cells in the body for them to use for energy. Because that's what mainly mainly what sugar or what we call glucose for if there's an ex more glucose that can be used for energy at any one time that glucose circulates back to the liver and the liver Does one of two things with it. It can convert it into a compound called glycogen which is a way to store the glucose for short term and then be able to bring it out again and use it for energy but then when there's even when when glycogen storage is full in it's not it's a limited capacity so can only hold so much when it's full. The rest of the glucose has to get converted into fat And oftentimes you know some of that. Fat goes to other parts of the body to the other fat cells everywhere in every other part of the body however a lot of it. Kinda in a stays and accumulates in the cells of the liver and then what happens is y it creates injury to the liver. Cells is because it starts starts to kind of crowd out and literally choke the cells of the liver to death o'malley Creating something called. He Paddock necrosis process which is basically death of liver cells. Oh Mine and that's what. Psoriasis is. When the cells deliver start dying So so it's a pretty serious thing and we know it's linked now to high-fructose Corn Syrup consumption and high carbohydrate consumption especially refined carbohydrate One thing to note route is that fructose is a different kind of Simple sugar in the liver. It gets converted into glucose so it's just another form. I'm of sugar. It's and in the liver. It's you know it's got up it. Fructose goes directly to the liver. So it's like an even more of an insult rather than glucose host going to deliver first and then all the cells for energy. Fructose goes to deliver directly first and then gets dealt with their first. It doesn't go out the rest of the cells so so taxing on those very taxing. Yeah it's a little bit of fructose is okay. It's you know it's kind of the body's can the design to deal with that but when it's an excessive amount it's it's toxic. It's a very big burden on the liver so that's why this is happening earnings so Now one of the things that were were seeing. Is You know basically what happens is there's a couple of things sometimes sometimes the When fatty liver and his is in it's kind of earlier stages and the fats? Just kind of accumulating in the liver and it's not causing damage yet yet That's the early stage and we kind of say that that sort of more like the you know there's no real like cirrhosis happening in the liver and you can deal with it at that earlier stage it can. We can take dietary measures them. We can intervene. Yeah exercise and that type of thing when it starts progressing going into the more serious form of cirrhosis then it is called has a different name. It's called non-alcoholic St Outta Hepatitis Addis or NASA H Nash And in that sit in that situation the accumulation of fat causes severe inflammation that damages the liver cells and that's what leads to the scarring And impairing liver function so now your liver you know. It does a lot of things one of of the biggest things as I mentioned that it does it it. It's a filter and it a it creates a lot of enzymes to help us detoxify everything even even even caffeine. You know when you drink a cup of coffee tea or chocolate or whatever. There's caffeine in their caffeine has to be broken down in the liver to to in order to kind of remove it from the body So something as simple as that versus something like the pollution that you're exposed to Medicare you take the all get dealt with in the liver to break them down into nontoxic Basically metabolites that are flushed out of the body. Normally that's the normal situation when the liver is Impaired in any way then those things happen and then you have build up of toxicity in the body so you become septic yes philly you die. I mean over time this can occur right from the liver not being able to do what. It's exactly so so to to think that this is happening in children now is it. It's hard to to consider that this is what's going on so So order so so. What are some things that we can do to remedy some of this so So one of the you know in in addition to removing refined find carbohydrates from your diet increasing vegetable and fruit intake There's an a an ancient herb called milk thistle That has been used for thousands of years to treat liver disorders anything from Hepatitis to just overall general liver healing and cleansing so It's a very liver supportive herb And it's really interesting because it has compounds in that that can literally like kind of like regenerate the the healing of the cells in the liver so if there's damage that's not too far gone It can help it in fact it has even been shown in with people. Who are alcoholics? Even those who are on a waiting list for a liver transplant ends plant or people who have hepatitis that it exp- first of all taking milks us. All in supplement form can extend their life Extend their ability to wait for that liver transplant. And then once the liver transplant is done. It also extends their life expectancy see for after the transplant. So it's a pretty amazing
"hepatitis e" Discussed on New Pod Flow
"hepatitis e" Discussed on New Pod Flow
"Though it's hard to it's hard to call it 'cause you got to. MVP finalists on the same team. This year like westbrook hearten like somebody's. Somebody's got to cut me personally. I think it's GonNa be. It's hard to say Lebron last night but I think he's GonNa get should a gun but Lebron Hard Lebron they get ending apart. We'll have a sturdy it again. Lebron on a never the only way Lebron went. MVP is if the Lakers are like the best team in the league. And the reason why I say I think I think Lebron played himself into a standard wages held too high to where people don't even look at the Navy can the Newgen average twenty any six twenty seven points a game eight or nine rebounds and assists a game and they're gonNa be all but harden you know what I'm saying he. Ab Chouinard Peru Ega. Possibly they went to Lebron ad in hard. But I think hard winning you know he's GonNa sit out forty games no they could do to say but the Alexa so deep the Lebron a deal probably doing the same thing. 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"hepatitis e" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Max fateh we find any poacher information now nothing's been released it's all it all went to friends but there's very little left and that's all i can find a couple of shoes knowing i'll have to these people but now according to every movie i've seen we've got to kill the lions because once you get the taste human blood that's it oh yeah so like if the first meal you every two sows bery steak you're done that's it never long you can't have chicken kebabs once you get haste grill whether it's a sharper what's it got to taste under like i said he's scientism ernie data to support that through some pork chops thinks seen but i gotta taste the human blood and yeah the guy hepatitis e one of those theories that every movie signed off on it really didn't matter what the species was just taste that's it yeah we bought it yeah all right we're we're gear though i mean the acts liar cutters cutter a high powered rifle with a silencer at didn't help well dear dentists yeah but you wanna get a rhino you can't show up with a wrist rocket like made them cat gut like you're gonna get your hands on a thirty at six challenge accepted you you would pay to see that you still even if you're a poor villager poacher you still going to have a good gun i think yeah they're looking into that gun and seeing if it's been involved in anything else too i don't know they really nothing they have a skull mcafee pelvis well if i know africa we'll be getting that forensic data in any that's after i know very detailed report by ballistics everything else powder residue will know it all within within the day fresh that's right all right send it to the lab one i build a lab then senate lab yes well according to a study sperm quality is improved by adding nuts to your.
"hepatitis e" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
"I was kind of silly afternoon and i'll just love to you love like fifteen minutes or you just skew to me and i just love to get that vaccine quick no reason though no reason it's not ohio freak out because you guys probably have it i'm i'm on the way out of town tomorrow we got a little time get her quick that's actually not a bad is about idea i did look out on sunday but that's it that was my last point just give the native keep back to bring our west virginia we're here to say we're very sorry about a west virginia site created thank you thank you so much for for coming out and thank you the komo's puckett's for having us again just wonderful thank you to court appointed and still buffering to great podcasts you should all be listening to of course obviously thanks max fun for having us as part as their extended podcasting family you could find so many great shows maximum fund dot org oh we got a book coming out you got a bit dot l y for slash saul bones book words by me and her and pictures by taylor smirl who you saw earlier she ju the pictures and that's it it's just through making whole book it's so many pages to fill but it'll be out in october and you can preorder it now and that will be wonderful you do so sydney do you have anything else that's it thank you thanks to this axe pay for these medicines the international program thank you to you for coming and thank you to you for listening in the in the future.
"hepatitis e" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
"It is now part of the standard vaccines we give kids although they don't have to in a lot of states is not necessary you don't have to get the vaccine but it's rolled in with a lot of child him put him in his ation most kids get protected like our daughter has had her hip vaccine's riley got hers she's fine but the only reason i've had mine because i left the country so if the country somebody may recommended to you to get one and you may have had your series of vaccines otherwise you probably haven't so you need to check that out also there's huge rush on it so you probably won't be able to get because everybody's trying to get be negative i'm just saying city said they're out of her office because i was like let me get up on that 'cause i wanna eat my taco bell with clean conscious i know i'm killing myself with it but i don't want to do that fast why seriously though we i'm being coming mary's is i guess the hepatitis vaccine is usually vailable at the local health department and at your doctor's office and it's not something you would standardly been given and even though like i said it's it's really rare the fact that we're having this many cases in the us is really rare globally it is not rare at all they're about one point four million symptomatic cases each year cases we actually know about which means they're probably one hundred and fourteen million cases of infection each year so it's all over the globe and now coming to a theater near you so this is actually where we can actually help right because i bet because none of the headlines are about taco bells on ohio the y'all maybe could be a head curve so like just tomorrow or probably monday just call them like no reason but i would.
"hepatitis e" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
"But good news you don't have hepatitis and then they started to there was actually in nineteen forty five an outbreak of infectious hepatitis at a summer camp in the poconos this worried me 'cause we went there that one time yeah and they find no from that there was this outbreak and so they started taking like serum and feces and like the washing he'd same serum smirl thank you feces and like some stuff from inside their nose like washing from inside those yes yes and urine and they started like trying to infect a bunch of the people at the camp with it to try to protect them against it was like early like you know to try to give you passive immunity to try to give you antibodies that's when they started have a breakthrough they figured out that once you got infectious hepatitis you had something in your blood that we could give to other people and keep them from getting hepatitis which was a major breakthrough they just had to do it in a really gross way the grossest woman are you i am trying to go to camp we all realise they also figured out where the other kind of hepatitis not hepatitis say what they at the time referred to a serum hepatitis which we now know is being they figured out where that was coming from it was actually at the time soldiers had to get the yellow fever vaccine and the way that it was prepared was using blood from other patients and they we obviously didn't know how to screen for hepatitis we didn't know thing and so we were giving soldiers hepatitis with their yellow fever vaccine and so they figured that out to vaccines really are bad no.
"hepatitis e" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
"I would say maybe stay home until you get better thank you might vice jesus will understand yes he invented diarrhea well his dad did fine he didn't get rid of it though i don't know where it let's just say fuses dad and diarrhea mothers as coming up and so happy titus plenty of the elder one of our here go our family friend had a lot of a lot of ideas roman naturalists and jackofalltrades master of none and we still wait you said family frank tell this story about riley real quick for long time riley thought that robin williams was there when she was born i have no started telling people that but she would we would talk about our family friend robin williams who was there when riley was born i hand to god i don't know for years and we've fought so it was like americans level of subterfuge trying to keep this secret from her the robin williams was not in fact present at birth family friend robin williams so and then he died the day before charlie was born why did you have to take it there why do you have to go all the way i wanted to keep it up for charlie but like that would have been a stretch double threats you always say i have to take it to the to the now he's there when everyone's born think about okay that's kind of lovely just you are you are you have you.
"hepatitis e" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
"How to address that john also in a lot of ancient texas referred to as ignorance which is a reference to a bird that was yellow from greek mythology in case you're interested in that that's where that comes from we still use that term today judging criminals franz i'm assuming none of you all and even though they didn't know the different reasons that you might turn yellow hippocrates did note that if you turn yellow and got diarrhea you tended to get better as opposed to not getting diarrhea and that was probably bad so when one of the few times where like all heck yeah i read it yeah cool if you have to turn yellow let's hope you get diarrhea that's all i say as i've mentioned outbreaks peptide say actually how will say i do love an excuse to nabi far from my toilet that is i will say that favor of diarrhea no i actually can't i'd love to come to your son's birthday party but i do have to say in your mind toilet feeling excuse people don't ask for more detail oh yeah diarrhea okay okay see you later there were pedantic in babylon ancient china ancient greece and we knew it was contagious long before we understood why we knew there was some sort of john that was contagious and we know that because there was a letter from the pope's accurate zachariah to saint bonnefous and seven fifty e in which he said don't serve holy communion to people with john until after everybody else gets it please put them at the back of the line because there's something going on and we're spreading it so.
"hepatitis e" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
"Most thank isn't like with hep c stuck with it for good with being hep c yes there are chronic infections that can happen but hepatitis as just a short term thing you get sick and for the most part and we won't focus on the people who don't comedy podcasts okay good choice excellent now and as you mentioned there are other kinds of viral hepatitis hepatitis means inflammation of the liver so there are different viruses that can cause inflammation liver and like you said they can last for different periods of time and they're transmitted through different routes there's there's be and there see and there's and there's e actually don't hear a lot about dna now you don't but you know they're bad too i very rarely heard someone talk about some good hepatitis they got hey i got that kind hepatitis that helps you jump even higher and don't even better it's potatoes d for now as you may imagine the the most obvious symptom of the disease is the jaundice is turning yellow most people would notice that so if you go back throughout history to try to find like how did people diagnose and treat hepatitisa in ancient times a lot of it is just about john das so there's probably a lot of intermingling like what were they really what kind of john where they really talking about wasn't hepatitis it was hepatitis b we don't really know so a lot of these ancient treatments i'm focusing on were just for the fact oh you turn yellow here's some ideas i have.
"hepatitis e" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
"So justin do you know much about hepatitis not a thing there are different kinds of hepatitis so that's why i think it's useful we're just gonna focus on hepatitis a which if you care about this kind of thing is a corno virus most people are like just to kind of virus and it is transmitted from human to human to my favorite route oh yeah the fecal orel route i was waiting for everybody dave made the right choice so in case i need to clarify what that means is that okay if you have it comes out you know in in your poop and then you clean yourself up and if you don't wash properly and then you shake somebody's hand or you make their tacos is indirectly eating someone's dookie i mean do you need me to are why are we answering around this let's that's how that's how that goes got figo you can also have cases from contaminated food and water and that kind of thing but this is what the most recent outbreaks this is what we've worried about because they've been at restaurants and that's scary if you get the symptoms you'll get some some stomach pain nausea vomiting and you get diarrhea and in the thing that you would notice probably the most is that you can get jaundice which means you turn yellow because your liver is inflamed and so then you know like something's not right in it's actually interesting in younger kids it's usually symptomatic nothing happens they get it they get better you never knew that they were sick but the older you get the more likely or to have symptoms from it especially the jaundice which becomes very prominent as we get older and in rare cases you may need to be hospitalized with this disease very rarely fatal which is a good thing you can make you really sick but most of the time you will get better.
"hepatitis e" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
"And they're like a master mcelroy i don't understand sorry for the delay we had a we had to i had to feed well he didn't help i had to feed our daughter cookley are three month old yeah so hey quick moving break everything's good now so so what are we talking about this week said well so i'm sorry ohio but you may have heard that closing in all around you in west virginia in kentucky and indiana in michigan all around hepatitis a is coming but not here yet yes so we are your frontline protection against hepatitis this far no farther you realize that right like you are surround it's if you do it's coming with darts it looks bad for you like the wall is all around you the white walkers i guess i don't know taylor back out here they're like pounding at the wall like they have titus walkers listen so if course everybody's favorite topic we're hepatitis today eight it'd be there happened there have been outbreaks really close you guys really close to us too at five minutes from us and they're at taco bells which is like oh a to a to talk oh yeah close to the most recent like the estimated like well the employee was probably working here for like eleven days before we figured it out that's a lot of four am runs to taco bell eleven days and they've said in the news like they they don't think it's necessary to alert people who ate at that taco bell as like hey in case i did either talkable once you go ahead on alert me and i will set my own alertness level dependent on my own sort of personal panic attack readiness which is always at red.
"hepatitis e" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"They're expecting from us absolutely senator tester thank you chairman i wanna thank you for being here today secretary in your staff the budget proposed to spend about a billion dollars more on community care this year than last year the you're mr h can talk about this fourteen point two billion nineteen thirteen point zero two in eighteen is that correct yes okay overall requests for medical care is is seven six point five four billion is lower than this year's estimate which is seventy seven point four almost a billion dollars last zack i'm gonna i'm gonna refer this to to mark out there is a mark mark has a way of explaining this that i think we'll make sense to you senator as we talked about last year when you look at the appropriation y'all getting part of the picture some other moving parts here carryover on obligated balances that bring forward we also have a reduced requirement for hepatitis e this year about six hundred million less than we had last year so it's difficult to compare just the appropriation alone and see the difference we look at total obligations we believe our medical services appropriation is going to increase slightly less than one percent this year compared to last year we look at all funding sources the figures that i gave you are from from the budget book and what you're saying is that there's carry over dollars are gonna make up the difference there's a there's a number of funding sources that are available we haven't obligated balances from the prior year but just tell me as you tell me because because your budget is a billion dollars less and i look at medical services back out you know we requested that we combine medical services medical community care together in the budget going forward when i back out the component that would be medical community care the residual amount of medical services actually increases by almost one percent compared to last year is it true that we've the recent budget deal provided an additional four billion dollars resisting sells you only dancer.
"hepatitis e" Discussed on Bobbycast
"These salt lake county health palmer released a note that said hey if you go to this seven eleven and you touch particular food items or use the restroom your especially at risk while hepatitis evidence eight can be treasured by eating or touching food objects that have been handled by somebody infected with the virus what's happening beards ray breathe lahood affect your liver in need like you have the flu like really hard core so is that the least of all the hepatitis is being thorough at starting to get more severe that's the mild is there a hepatitis b i don't know much we're hepatitis i hear about fema c sexually transmitted or or the needle you get it from the need old i think too because i knew a an artist who had appetite a see from not in country music in the rock world who can have titus from needles and so i think you may look that up i don't know much about sexually transmitted diseases or diseases or sexual stuff i'm gone out on all those things gamblers could curb their addiction a minute's using these same nasal spray that have say people from the opioid overdoses it's a nasal spray and they're testing it in finland to see if it also concur the cravings to gamble it has all the stuff but it's an emergency drug they used a treat someone with the opioid addiction and so scored it up your nose and they're again they're testing it for gambling addiction.
"hepatitis e" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"First year and i find it fascinating that they antibacterial don't focus on that one it's very weird to me they go but okay with pretty but take care of him part of beef because of the fact that you big an ivy rug ugert hepatitus c of the one that we have to took crop up barrels that bloodborne right the see it bloodborne beer for your boat bloodborne out or opiyo could be highly contagious and in high concentrations give up work added stroke if we could be very almost avic will create guidry and how you get it oh adding the and i'd be drugusers carmen regather and their sexual partners and get it there are different mccarthy and now we have treatments with a convert the effort gene types of hepatitis the if we get rid of it but most people to have it of over habitable that was my question if it so see if it so serious it has potentially so many bad things that can happen how can so many people be walking around decade after decade not even know have it the best writing it can cost the road who could encode liver cancer and i don't really know i i i think if could have gotten out of our help your march of everything that you know people are being followed regular part primary care doctor who could really hurt to go over the break and then these things there are transmitted by all means and the people contracted offered argued on a where they got a chart here at age go to their doctrine say give me a test for hepatitis e just to be art place i'd give me your i don't know about give me a pair started at remember that europe the drug company advertising yet it made it clear wherever the treatment of a hundred thousand yelp one of the blood the ark of graders correctly record creeper an and there all courtesy treatment at a pretty great there are a lot left expert group but but if good revolution argued people would guy of this thing routine weird your liver transplant now we get rid of the fire short order natural wave that broke up pretty what cracked everybody i not everybody needs treatment people that have it sometimes and if all the.
"hepatitis e" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"I'm great he writes here from the independent that the public health england confirmed that the uk's biggest retailer once the quote supermarket x which has been identified in the study as a potential source of the virus and the uk but many of you are asking about hepatitis and we'll talk about it they say the hepatitis he is thought to have entered the country in pork imports from the netherlands and germany they say british pigs were noninfected with the g three to strain of the hepatitis e which is thought to be behind most infections and they say that the ph either public health england steady did not test of meat from supermarkets and find traces instead they studied the shopping habits of the sixty people who were infected and found that many had consumed pork products for one branch of tesco right which the study authors labelled supermarket x all right so hepatitis is you guys i ways a b c d e and geysers have eight sell advocate as he just like the other have the tightest is liver disease and just like the other hepetitis he's caused by a virus according to the world health organization there are twenty a billion hepatitis e infections worldwide leanings have 33 million symptomatic cases they say in two thousand fifteen forty four thousand people died from it they say the virus was transmitted via fecal oral route by contaminated water hepatitis e is found worldwide that's were common in east and south asia there is i have the tightest e vac seat it's developed its licence china for is not yet available elsewhere and as long as we aren't getting lead such as this were probably okay i'm just wondering how many people don't america have been affected by hepatitis e and didn't show a positive because our testing let's at hepatitis a hepatitisb and hepatitis c would you got to have the tightest panel look set for a bse so we don't routinely check for de or eat so basically this notice to the for patterns observed a resource poor areas with frequent water contamination or areas would safe drinking water.