Federal Money For State-Level Zika Tracking, Prevention May End This Summer, Worrying Health Officials

(By Ana B. Ibarra for California Healthline)

Money that has helped states with Zika tracking and education may come to an end by this summer, putting at risk efforts to better understand the mostly mosquito-borne virus and the devastating birth defects associated with it. Continue reading article here…

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