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Dicionario De Simbolos Em Portugues Jean Chevalier


dicionario de simbolos em portugues jean chevalier

dicionario de simbolos jean chevalier pdf portugues Category:1978 non-fiction books Category:Brazilian books Category:English-language books Category:Portuguese-language books Category:Books about BrazilThird Time's A Charm: LA County's Return To Smallpox Success Leaves One More Opponent Enlarge this image toggle caption Chris Carlson/AP Chris Carlson/AP The United States has been without a single case of smallpox since 1979. But the disease remains a deadly threat in many parts of the world, including parts of Africa, parts of India, Russia and the former Soviet republics. And a major barrier to smallpox eradication has been an outbreak in the Lassa fever-endemic region of West Africa, where the disease is still a major killer. Though the risk of smallpox coming to the U.S. has been low for a long time, the World Health Organization noted Thursday that countries around the world have either lost smallpox or stockpiled too little of it to be able to handle a case of the disease. Experts say that a recent case of smallpox in Nigeria has reinvigorated the WHO's campaign to eradicate the disease. "The biggest factor is the global stockpile of smallpox," said Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. "We have the capacity now to stop the spread of smallpox in this country," he said. "It's a great legacy." Smallpox is caused by the Variola virus, which was one of the first pathogens that Dr. Fauci worked to eradicate, following the successful campaign to eradicate polio. He also served on the smallpox eradication team that's based in Atlanta, along with several other experts from NIAID. But smallpox had fallen victim to a combination of political and bureaucratic inertia. In 1980, the United States had a stockpile of 100 million doses of smallpox vaccine. Today the U.S. has just 30 million doses. An outbreak of smallpox in Nigeria, located in the West African Lassa fever-endemic zone, was the straw that broke the camel's back. And Nigeria's campaign is the biggest challenge to the international effort to wipe out smallpox, says Dr. Charles Bailey, who has been working with the WHO on the campaign to eradicate smallpox. "Nigeria is a

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Dicionario De Simbolos Em Portugues Jean Chevalier

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