Video Series: Primary Care
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Zika virus is a mosquito-borne illness that has recently started circulating in South and Central America. Dr. Roberta DeBiasi discusses the virus and health risks associated with it. | En Español
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Zika es una enfermedad que recientemente ha comenzado a circular en América del Sur y America Central. El virus se transmite via los piquetes de mosquitos infectados. Dra. Melissa Del Castillo analiza los riesgos asociados con la infeccion del Zika.