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  • Answering questions about Zika and pregnancy

    Doctors at Baptist Health South Florida held an information session to discuss the Zika virus and pregnancy. Doctors answered questions from expectant mothers and those hoping to conceive in the near future as well.

Doctors at Baptist Health South Florida held an information session to discuss the Zika virus and pregnancy. Doctors answered questions from expectant mothers and those hoping to conceive in the near future as well. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com
Doctors at Baptist Health South Florida held an information session to discuss the Zika virus and pregnancy. Doctors answered questions from expectant mothers and those hoping to conceive in the near future as well. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com

How Zika is changing prenatal care

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