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    Where to get the latest on Zika virus


    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has updated its Global Health page offering a global perspective on Zika virus, including facts and stats, data, Q&As, and a blog from the CDC director on what the agency is doing about the threat.

    Under CDC’s Traveler’s Health page, there are the latest travel advisories and information for physicians on recognizing, managing and reporting patients suspected of infection.

    The CDC also has created a resource center specifically on Zika, including information specific to healthcare providers.

    Here at Dermatology Times, part of the Modern Medicine network, you can read what experts in a variety of specialties are saying about the Zika virus and what they think you need to know:

    The Zika Virus: what you need to know

    Zika virus and microcephaly

    Zika virus: what pediatricians need to know

    Does the Zika virus concern you? Are you prepared to recognize and treat the virus? Are you talking to patients? What are your thoughts on this virus?

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