- 필리핀 선생님
- 22:00 ~ 22:30
- 이 시간은 내게 너무 졸립다. 다음에는 퇴근하자 마자 할수 있도록 시간을 맞춰야 겠다.
- 주제가 생소하니, 리딩이 버벅임
- 말할때 이제 당황하지 않고 정리가 되어서 다행임
The World Health Organization hopes to inoculate 5 million children in Yemen against polio this year, while in the United States a movement opposed to the use of vaccines in the very young is gaining momentum, prompting warnings from many doctors that this trend could result in dangerous outbreaks of diseases once under control.
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Dr. Peter J. Hotez, an expert in infectious diseases and paediatric care, is among those physicians arguing strenuously against those who oppose vaccines, based on their beliefs that American vaccination practices are putting their children at risk.
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Members of Texans for Vaccine Choice believe that vaccines administered to children may be linked to autism.
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== it is similar to ADHD
The scientific establishment has repeatedly discredited such theories, but parents who oppose vaccines say they should be able to disregard their government’s advice and choose for themselves whether to vaccinate their children.
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The vaccine skeptics’ beliefs fly in the face of great statistical evidence compiled by the U.S. government’s health agencies, WHO and many other groups.
This year, however, their movement has been energized by some anti-vaccine comments President Donald Trump made years ago, and by his perceived opposition to vaccines during the political campaign that put him in the White House.
In a Skype interview with VOA this week, Hotez said the increase in parental opposition to children’s vaccinations could lead to a deadly resurgence of measles in Texas and other parts of the country.
In the 1970s, before children were widely vaccinated, measles was the leading cause of death of children worldwide.
“Measles is a bad actor,” Hotez said. “Even if it doesn’t kill, it can cause neurologic devastation,” he added, contrasting the potential of a full-scale outbreak with the popular notion that measles generally is a less-threatening disease — a rash, accompanied by fever, that goes away after a week or two.
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Public health experts estimate that vaccines prevent the deaths of about 2.5 million children throughout the world every year, but they say measles still circulates easily in populations where enough people are unvaccinated.