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Half of the parents do not submit elective protections

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Half of the parents do not submit elective protections

Although vaccination programs are working effectively in more and more countries, there is still room for improvement: according to the latest domestic survey, the majority of parents questioned have heard about vaccination against HPV only few live with the opportunity, even if we know that cancer can be prevented with it.Also, in the case of other infections, every second child in the world, a blinded bladder heals with a scar. The background of the results was mainly a mistrust and beliefs They say: Many people think it is almost impossible to see which vaccine is worth giving and which is not. Nearly 130 million children are born worldwide every year, but 30 million still receive basic immunizations. Unfortunately, developing countries often do not have access to vaccination, although many people in the developed countries reject this prophylaxis because of misconceptions about the vaccine or for financial reasons. It's about vaccinations risks are much lower and less frequentlike infectious diseases themselves and their events. And denying a vaccine can be dangerous not only for the affected family, but also for their environment, as they can reappear with viruses that we have previously defeated.

Rather than prevention, we want to get out of illness quickly

According to a recent home survey six parents of fire knows what diseases are being vaccinated against, yet only fragments can survive, with the option of giving the child another vaccine in addition to the compulsory vaccines. In spite of the fact that vaccines are effective vaccines against HPV or rotavirus, half of the parents questioned said they did not receive the vaccine and will not give it in the future. However, rotavirus outbreaks require nearly half a million deaths worldwide each year, and 500,000 young girls and women are diagnosed with HPV cervical cancer worldwide each year. " However, vaccines for a given virus are only a contain an attenuated variant or a substance similar to a leechthat can teach the immune system how to defend itself, "he explained Dr. Muzsay Giza, a vice president of the Home Pediatricians' Association.Many risky infections are discovered each year, with half of parents still believing that chicken pox is only dangerous because of the presence of scarred blisters. He is not нgy: a. Bбrбnyhimlх akбr kуrhбzi ellбtбst cause igйnylх tьdхgyulladбst, agyvelх- йs agyhбrtyagyulladбst or neurological szцvхdmйnyeket also йs serious veszйlyt is йs the kismamбra the magzatбra is "rather Prevenciу the szьlхk tцbbsйge inkбbb enters the gyermekйt the уvodбba if йpp bбrбnyhimlхjбrvбny He went out to get the child sick as soon as possible and completely. szцvхdmйnyekre however, they do not think that infection of the second or third family member is generally more severe, "the expert added.

Parents don't know about HPV, they are taboo in the family

There are also viruses that not only have a lack of interest or belief in prevention, but also a prairie. HPV, which is also responsible for cancerous changes, is predominantly sexually transmitted, so the majority of families are not protected against infections or viruses, because they do not know how to do this. However, the vaccine can prevent diseases like cervical cancer, which is one of the leading causes of death among women. " Unfortunately, most of the time at school, children do not receive the knowledge needed to establish a responsible sexual life, and the prevention of sexually transmitted disease remains almost entirely on their parents. However, the majority of Hungarian families do not have the necessary confidence to be enlightened: Half of those under the age of 19 do not talk to their parents about sex, neither before the first fellowship nor afterwards. "If we do not know how to get started, we would rather seek the help of a specialist or go to a counseling session, but do not let us lose our general prayer! and that couple, we think we can protect our child all the way, "the expert added.

Lots of yummy or lacking information

Although nine parents out of the fire said that it is easy to understand why vaccinations are needed, it is difficult or difficult for everyone to decide which vaccine is worth giving. Every third szьlх want tцbbet know the ajбnlott oltбsokrуl the fertхzх childhood betegsйgekrхl йs the цrцklцtt problйmбkrуl, йs same number jeleztйk that is nehйzsйget szбmukra the mйdiбban megнtйlni talбlhatу informбciуk hitelessйgйt, or alapjбn dцntйseket bring csalбd egйszsйge йrdekйben. "It sajбt bevallбsuk according to the majority of parents seek advice from a pediatrician or nurse, and we find that lots of parenting information about diseases or just emergency vaccinations. HPV, for example, is widely believed to be dangerous to women, although it can also cause genitalia and even cancer in men. Thanks to the state vaccine program, thousands of 12-year-old elementary school children in the past year have been given free vaccination against the virus, but it is important to emphasize that two, four, or nine components can be vaccinated with HPV. "Dr. Muzsay Giza emphasized." Let's put our parents in the spotlight and let us know more about prevention, "he added.
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