Gu Fangzhou, a virologist who invented “sugar pills”, has gone to develop “sugar pills” to eradicate polio in China. He once said “one thing in a lifetime”
Professor Gu FangzhouBeijing Youth Daily reporter learned from Peking Union Medical College
of Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences that at 3:35 on January 2, 2019, a famous medical scientist and
virologist who developed a vaccine to eradicate polio in China, Comrade Gu Fangzhou, former president and first-class professor of Peking
Union Medical College of Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, died in Beijing at the age of 92 because of ineffective medical treatment.
According to the Beijing Union Medical College of the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences,
Mr. Gu Fangzhou’s farewell ceremony is scheduled to be held at 9 a.m. on January 8, 2019, in the second
floor of the underground section building of the East Hospital of the Peking Union Medical College.
ChanceAfter graduation, enter the “battlefield” of polio
”Choose one thing for a lifetime” is a true portrayal of Mr. Gu Fangzhou. On January 3, the official website of Peking Union Medical College
of the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences published an excerpt from Xu Yuan’s article Gu Fangzhuan, The Ark of Life for Protecting the Health of Chinese People – The Life of
Virologist Gu Fangzhou, which mentioned that Gu Fangzhou was born in 1926 and his ancestral home was Ningbo, Zhejiang Province. Because
of his father’s early death, Gu Fangzhou’s family was depressed, and he was discriminated against quite a few times.
Gu Fangzhou recalled in an interview before his death that when he was young, his mother had taught
him many times to “strive for gas.” Later, when he was a doctor, people begged you, you did not ask others.
In 1944, he was admitted to the Medical Department of Peking University Medical College with excellent
results. But on the eve of graduation, Gu Fangzhou abandoned the highly paid and respected profession
of surgeon and chose to engage in public health, which was just starting, poor in foundation and low in value.
Gu Fangzhou once mentioned in his autobiography that this “turn around” was influenced by many factors. One is the active guidance
of Mr. Yan Jingqing, a public health expert; the other is the real feeling of the national conditions and
the people outside the classroom; the other is the experience of Dalian Institute of Health, which has
carried out vaccine research and production, engaged in the research of dysentery.
For Gu Fangzhou, it is a coincidence of opportunity that he is engaged in the “battlefield” of polio. In
1955, a large-scale outbreak of poliomyelitis occurred in Nantong, Jiangsu Province, which is commonly known as “polio”.
At that time, 1680 people in Nantong City were suddenly paralyzed, mostly children aged 0-7 years old. The epidemic resulted in 466 deaths, and
quickly spread to Qingdao, Shanghai, Jining, Nanning and other places. For a time, polio was like a terrible flood, and everybody smelled it.
Gu Fangzhou mentioned before that in the 1950s and 1960s, there were tens of thousands of children
disabled by polio every year. “We feel guilty because there is no way to help them and cure them.”
Li Chunyuan, who plays Shu Fei in Yanxi Strategies, exposes a group of birthday pictures in which she embraces She Shiman, the actress of Xian Fei in Yanxi Strategies.
She Shiman appeared with frame glasses, still beautiful, and they seemed to have a very good relationship. Besides She Shiman, Huang Xiaoming also appeared at the birthday party.
Holding the microphone is like a party host. Li Chunyuan also wrote: “For the first time, so many people celebrated their birthdays together. Thank you all for coming. I love this big family. I am so happy!”
In the photo, Li Chunyuan embraces She Shiman, the imperial concubine in Yanxi Strategies. She Shiman shows up with frame glasses and looks beautiful. They seem to have a very good relationship.
On January 3, Li Chunyuan, who plays Shu Fei in Yanxi Strategies, exposed a group of birthday pictures in which she embraced Shao Shiman, the imperial concubine in Yanxi Strategies.
She Shiman appeared with frame glasses, still beautiful, and they seemed to have a very good relationship. In addition to She Shiman’s presence,
Huang Xiaoming also appeared at the celebration party, holding the microphone as if the host of the party. Li Chunyuan also
wrote: “For the first time, so many people celebrated their birthdays together. Thank you all for coming. I love this big family. I am so happy!”
German politicians were almost wiped out by cyber attacks. Today, there is an “earthquake” on
the German Internet: in addition to the extreme right-wing German New Choice Party
The whole German politicians have been attacked on the Internet. Hundreds of German politicians, including Angela Merkel, the German
Chancellor, have their personal information blown up by hackers and all of them have been publicly posted on Twitter.
It is understood that hackers have stolen the released information, in addition to contacts, including politicians’personal chat records and
financial details and other sensitive information. In addition, there are also some celebrities, journalists lying guns, data was “stolen” by hackers.
At present, the German government has no clue as to who was behind the attack. Horst Seehofer, the interior minister, said the authorities were trying to find the perpetrators.
And in the event of such a major incident, he also dutifully defended the German government’s cyber security, saying there is no evidence that the German parliament or government system has been damaged.
According to available information, the leak originated from a Twitter account in Hamburg. Authorities in the northern German city said they were working with the Irish Data Protection Commissioner to prevent data dissemination among German politicians.
The reason for working with Ireland is that Twitter’s European headquarters is in Dublin, the Irish capital. In theory, the Irish Data Protection Agency is responsible for the leak.
IT Home News Jan. 5: Phishing scams against iPhone users are getting trickier and trickier. Security researcher Brian Krebs
outlines the latest phishing scams he’s seen. The scammers can impersonate calls from Apple.
Krebs said Jody Westby, chief executive of Global Cyber Risk, a security consulting firm, recently received a call on her iPhone called “
Apple Inc.” warning her that the service containing Apple’s user ID had been hacked and asking her to dial a 1-866 number for processing.
Westby contacted Apple’s customer service through the official Apple support page and asked Apple employees to call her. After contacting,
the customer service told her that the phone was fake, but when she checked the latest call records, she found that the so-called fraudulent phone information was exactly the same as Apple’s official.
Krebs then called the fraudster and asked Westby to make a call. On the other hand, an automatic response system said that he had contacted Apple
after sale. A few minutes later, a person called to inquire about the reason for the call. Krebs answered that he was told that the service containing Apple’s user ID had been hacked, and then the other party’s phone hung up and never called again.
Krebs argues that the purpose of the fraud is to obtain personal information and financial information, including bank cards, from Apple
users, as well as payment passwords. He said it was shocking and worrying that Apple devices could not distinguish between Apple’s official phones and fraudulent phones, which could easily convince users to be deceived.
If a user receives such a call, it’s best to contact Apple for confirmation. In addition, Apple generally does not contact users by phone.