Nouveau-né et vitamine D : les failles de la communication officielle, le regard de la BBC

Une approche anglo-saxone et une autre façon de communiquer à l’anglaise.

Journalisme et Santé Publique

Bonjour

Il arrive que la BBC s’intéresse à la France médicale. C’est le cas aujourd’hui avec l’affaire du nouveau-né mort après l’administration d’une dose d’Uvestérol D : ‘’French baby death linked to vitamin dose’’. Cela donne ceci qui, à quelques erreurs ou omissions près, est un bon résumé :

« France has acted to suspend the sale of a vitamin D supplement after the death of a newborn baby who suffocated hours after being given it. The 10-day-old baby had been given a dose of Uvesterol D, widely given to French children under the age of five to prevent vitamin D deficiency. France’s medical safety agency said there was a “probable link” to that particular supplement. But officials said there were many other products that could be used.

« Health Minister Marisol Touraine said children were not in danger by taking vitamin D supplements in general as “it’s the specific way the…

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