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The Pulse: Zika Q&A With Maternal-Fetal Medicine Expert Brenna Hughes

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More countries are reporting person-to-person transmission of the Zika virus. And the FDA has just recommended that people returning from Zika-affected ...

More countries are reporting person-to-person transmission of the Zika virus. And the FDA has just recommended that people returning from Zika-affected areas postpone donating blood for four weeks. Those are just some of the updates about a virus that's leaving more questions than answers.

For this week’s The Pulse, we turn to Women and Infants Hospital expert Dr. Brenna Hughes for more updates on the Zika virus and its potential impact on pregnancy.

 Q&A about Zika virus with Women and Infants maternal-fetal medicine and infectious disease specialist Dr. Brenna Hughes.

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The Pulse: Zika Q&A With Maternal-Fetal Medicine Expert Brenna Hughes
The Pulse: Zika Q&A With Maternal-Fetal Medicine Expert Brenna Hughes