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Children's National announced the launch of a new Congenital Zika Virus Program that will advise pregnant women infected with the virus, as well as treat babies affected by Zika.
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Roberta DeBiasi, MD, Division Chief, Infectious Disease, at Children’s National, explains the repercussions of prolonged Zika virus viremia for a 33-year-old pregnant patient, findings that were published by The New England Journal of Medicine.
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