A billboard in South Miami-Dade, sponsored by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, warns about the risk of sexually transmitted Zika, which can cause birth defects in children born to women who contract the virus while pregnant. This week, the CDC said men in South Florida should not donate sperm due to the risk of spreading Zika.
A billboard in South Miami-Dade, sponsored by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, warns about the risk of sexually transmitted Zika, which can cause birth defects in children born to women who contract the virus while pregnant. This week, the CDC said men in South Florida should not donate sperm due to the risk of spreading Zika. NOEL GONZALEZ ngonzalez@miamiherald.com
A billboard in South Miami-Dade, sponsored by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, warns about the risk of sexually transmitted Zika, which can cause birth defects in children born to women who contract the virus while pregnant. This week, the CDC said men in South Florida should not donate sperm due to the risk of spreading Zika. NOEL GONZALEZ ngonzalez@miamiherald.com

Sperm donors from South Florida advised not to donate due to Zika risk

March 14, 2017 08:53 AM

UPDATED March 14, 2017 11:25 AM

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