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BAL Talk 14 | Vaccini, tra evidenze e disinformazione

Pubblicato mercoledì 28 Febbraio 2018

Fake news e campagne di disinformazione hanno minato in Italia le certezze di una parte dell’opinione pubblica sulla sicurezza e perfino sull’utilità dei vaccini. Una crisi di fiducia che ha condotto alla pericolosa diminuzione delle coperture vaccinali con la conseguente decisione da parte del governo di reintrodurre l’obbligo per l’iscrizione scolastica.
Giovanni Rezza, Direttore del Dipartimento di Malattie Infettive dell’Istituto Superiore di Sanità, ne ha discusso a tutto campo, evidenziando il paradossale fenomeno per cui i vaccini sono vittime del loro stesso successo.
Alla BAL Talk, introdotta da Laura Amato (DEP Lazio), ha partecipato Laura Reali, pediatra, referente per la formazione e la ricerca dell’Associazione Culturale Pediatri.

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