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What “native” Zika infections mean for the United States

By: Michaela Kane, M.S., Contributing Editor, Harvard Health Publications In July, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that a woman in Miami-Dade County in Florida had tested positive for the Zika virus. Follow-up to this case led health officials in Florida to report a total of 15 cases in the area. These weren’t the first people in the United States, or even in Florida, to contract Zika. But these cases were unique…

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