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Pneumonia can kill 11 million children by 2030

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Pneumonia warned health reports from Johns Hopkins University in 2030, while killing around 11 million children worldwide.

According to current infection rates, Nigeria, India, Pakistan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo will be the four most affected countries, but more than a third of these deaths – 4.1 million deaths – can be prevented by vaccination, effective treatment or good nutrition. The report prepared by the University.

The researchers predicted a high rate of future pulmonary infections under the intestine of WHO's ağı life-saving Araştırma models.

Based on current trends, the results show that in the next 12 years, approximately 10,865,728 children will die of pneumonia and that Nigeria will result in the largest number of deaths with 1,730,000 deaths, followed by India with 1,710,000 cases, followed by Pakistan. It shows that it will follow Pakistan with 706 thousand cases. It was followed by the Democratic Republic of Congo (635,000).

Pneumonia killed more children than malaria, diarrhea and measles, according to the Save the Children organization, about 880,000 children died last year. All over the world, most of the time without a disease, a moment ago.

Paul Ronalds, CEO of Save the Children Australia, said: “It is known that every year, one million children die of a disease they believe to know that they are dead, and that we have the knowledge and resources to eat, and the cost of antibiotics is only 54 Cents in the United States.

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