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January 2018
GLOBAL ID
Science Speaks 2017 Wrap Up
Zika news Highlights Challenges Ahead

Science Speaks blog looked back on a year of changing approaches to U.S. global health leadership while reporting on Zika findings that point to new and persisting needs with:

A recap of 2017 policy and funding events affecting biomedical research and development, future directions of the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief and more;

A report on how Zika surveillance gaps in Angola preceded a rise in microcephaly cases there;

Coverage of early findings on long-term impacts of Zika on infants;

A summary of a case adding evidence to the possibility that Zika is transmitted through breast milk.

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