How Florida has made tough calls in Zika fight

When the first cases of local Zika virus transmission were confirmed in South Florida this summer, physicians, public health officials and policy makers had to make difficult decisions on how best to contain spread of the infection linked to birth defects, Guillain-Barre syndrome and other neurological problems. The Sunshine State experience is especially instructive in light of news from Texas of the first case of mosquito-borne Zika infection there.

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