Highlights

Zika 101: When and how did the epidemic originate, and how widespread is it today?

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Anne Schuchat: "We have to be able to handle more than one emergency at the same time."

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Every disease is a border crossing away - and 40 million people travel back and forth between the U.S. and zika-affected areas.

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Peter Hotez: The profound poverty in poor Gulf Coasts neighborhoods leaves these regions extremely vulnerable to zika outbreaks.

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Betsy McKay: The model for research and development for epidemic diseases is broken.

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The U.S. pays for 70% of global health innovation. How can we get more funding from other G20 countries?

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J. Stephen Morrison & Sylvain Aldighieri on dealing with high levels of zika infestation in the next six months.

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Examining the anthropocene era: Why are we seeing such a drastic increase in the emergence of global epidemics?

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