Phát âm chuẩn cùng VOA – Anh ngữ đặc biệt: Health Agreement Asks Chinese People to Help (VOA)

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A recent agreement between the American Heart Association and China could reduce deaths from heart attack and stroke in China. Cardiovascular disease, including stroke and heart attack, is the main cause of early death in China and many developing countries. Cardiovascular disease kills more than 17 million people around the world every year. Douglas Boyle works for the American Heart Association. He said the partnership with China can help people live longer and healthier lives. The agreement has three main parts. It calls for increasing opportunities for U.S. researchers, healthcare providers, and public health specialists to meet with those in China. The agreement also includes sharing cardiovascular research. And, finally, it calls for training in China of life-saving techniques such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR. CPR can restart a stopped heart. CPR has helped lower death rates from heart disease in the United States by 30 percent. Improvements in medical science and educational campaigns about preventing heart disease also played a part. The American Heart Association says teaching CPR to the people of China may help save lives. But will a bystander in China give CPR to a complete stranger? Several media reports have suggested that people in China may resist helping strangers in medical emergencies. This could be because the person helping can be held legally responsible for damage to the injured person.

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