Bí-kok Chi̍t-pēⁿ Kóan-chè kah Ī-hông Tiong-sim

Bí-kok Chi̍t-pēⁿ Kóan-chè kah Ī-hông Tiong-sim (Eng-gí: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, sok-siá chò CDC) sī Bí-kok Ōe-seng ki̍p Kong-kiōng Ho̍k-bū-pō͘ só͘-sio̍k ê chi̍t-ê ki-kò͘, Chóng-pō͘ siat tī Atlanta, Georgia. Chok-ûi Bí-kok Liân-pang chèng-hú hêng-chèng ki-kò͘, ûi pó-hō͘ kong-chiòng kiān-khong kah an-chôan thê-keng khó-khò ê chu-liāu, thong-kòe kah kok-ka ōe-seng pō͘-mn̂g ki̍p kî-tha cho͘-chit ê ū-la̍t ê hóe-phōaⁿ koan-hē, í cheng-chìn kiān-khong ê koat-chhek, chhek-chìn kong-bîn kiān-khong. Tiong-sim ê tāng-tiám tī hoat-tián hô èng-iōng chi̍t pēⁿ ī-hông hô khòng-chè, khôan-kéng ōe-seng, chit-gia̍p kiān-khong, chhek chìn kiān-khong, ī-hông ki̍p kàu-io̍k o̍ah-tāng.

Bí-kok Chi̍t-pēⁿ Kóan-chè kah Ī-hông Tiong-sim.