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CSPAN
Mar 13, 2017 7:00am EDT
antenna stood up meanly. you never hear that kind of thing. yes, china had the one child policy but i never have another country asking the mothers do not have children. the thought policy you want to have. if you keep it up there won't be any more brazilians. i called the only doctor i knew in brazil and asked if this was true. it's terrifying and we don't know what it is but we have a horrible el niÑo year, last year and lots of lots of mosquito bites and we don't know what disease zika is caused, we don't know what other disease is the mother had we don't know much about diseases. were still trying to figure it out so i wrote a story that day, december 209 and we called our bureau tree and he and i collaborated a day later. that's how we got off the back sounding the alarm and the battle cry. we won the smallpox battle in the late 70s and it's said that the engagement was more like conventional warfare. can you talk about that chris martin one of the weaknesses it goes from person to person. it doesn't hide in birds, it doesn't hide in animals, itt doesn't fly around with mosquito
CSPAN
Mar 26, 2017 9:30am EDT
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CSPAN
Apr 19, 2017 9:41pm EDT
start having children. that made my antenna go up immediately. yes china has a one child policy but of the night never heard of a health ministry asking women to stop having children. obviously it is not a failure to follow because if you keep it up there will not be any more brazilians. i called the only dr. i knew in brazil at the time as it is this true? are these baby really as damaged as you say? and he said it is terrifying, we do not know what it is. last year, lots and lots of mosquito bites. we do not know if the disease zika is closing by so. we don't know if the mothers had previous infections. we do not really know much about the disease. but it is devastating. so i heard a story that day on december 29 think. and then we called the chief and he and i collaborated on the front page story a day later. we got off to the races. >> is the sound of the alarm. you know we won the smallpox battle in the late 70s. it has been said that the engagement was really more like conventional warfare. can you talk about that? >> yes, one of the weaknesses of the smallpox virus is it has no
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