Dr. Anthony Fauci is an American physician and immunologist who has served as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) since 1984. Since January 2020, he has been one of the lead members of the White House Coronavirus Task Force addressing the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic in the United States. As a physician with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) of the United States, he has served public health in various capacities for over fifty years. He has made contributions to HIV/AIDS research and other immunodeficiencies, both as a scientist and as the head of the NIAID at the NIH. The New York Times called Fauci "the nation's leading expert on infectious diseases".
When will we be back to normal? Will we be able to find a vaccine for a contagious variant? Now that I’ve been vaccinated, can I see my grandchildren?
Dr. Anthony Fauci joins Buster to talk about his favorite baseball player, if we’ll see fans in the stands this season, what he would say to players who are reluctant to get vaccinated and staying on Max Scherzer’s good side. Then, Alden Gonzalez gets into the league’s reaction to Fernando Tatis Jr.’s new contract, why it’s a triumph for the Padres and Tim Tebow hanging up his spikes. Next, Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash compares this year’s Spring Training to Spring Training 2.0, what the win projections miss about his team, and moving on from Blake Snell and Charlie Morton. Finally, Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts discusses hearing from Mike Krzyzewski after winning the World Series, Trevor Bauer, the Dodgers-Padres rivalry and what he sees in Tatis as a young player.
Buster is joined by Hembo to discuss team win totals for the 2021 season, why this is the stingiest offseason ever and how free agency as we know it may be broken. Then, David Schoenfield hops on to talk about the Mets, Cardinals, Orioles and Angels’ offseasons, win totals that he’s interested in and Clayton Kershaw’s comments on “non-competitive behavior.” The Baseball Tonight Podcast will return to its daily format starting Friday, February 19 with special guest Dr. Anthony Fauci.
Only a few weeks into the new Biden administration, infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci is encouraged by the president's approach to the pandemic. We'll talk about an early chapter of his career, during the AIDS crisis, when he was criticized for not making experimental drugs available to people with AIDS. Fauci listened to his critics and worked with them, leading to medical reforms that are benefiting us today, during the pandemic.The new documentary 'Women in Blue' follows four women who worked for the Minneapolis Police Department. We talk with the director, Deirdre Fishel, as well as Sergeant Alice White, one of the women profiled in the film.
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Dec 24th, 1940
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