Pregnant Florida Women Speak Urgently With Doctors About Zika Fears

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Dr. Christine Curry treats pregnant women in South Florida who have had Zika. (Sammy Mack/WLRN)

Zika is causing a health crisis in Florida, where spraying is underway and the first birth defect traced to the mosquito borne virus has been reported.

Sammy Mack of Here & Now contributor WLRN in Miami reports that conversations between expectant mothers and their doctors are taking on a new sense of urgency.


Sammy Mack, reporter covering health care policy for WLRN in Miami. She tweets @sammymack.

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