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Investigating the sexual transmission of Zika virus.

The sexual transmissibility of Zika virus, a pathogen that is transmitted primarily by aedes mosquitos, has important implications,1 particularly for women because infection during pregnancy causes adverse pregnancy and fetal outcomes, including microcephaly.2 WHO has included transmission through s... Full description

Journal Title: The Lancet. Global health January 2018, Vol.6(1), pp.e24-e25
Main Author: Kim, Caron R
Other Authors: Counotte, Michel , Bernstein, Kyle , Deal, Carolyn , Mayaud, Philippe , Low, Nicola , Broutet, Nathalie , Kim, Caron R
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  • Global Health–Transmission
  • Humans–Transmission
  • Male–Transmission
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Viral–Transmission
  • World Health Organization–Transmission
  • Zika Virus Infection–Transmission
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description: The sexual transmissibility of Zika virus, a pathogen that is transmitted primarily by aedes mosquitos, has important implications,1 particularly for women because infection during pregnancy causes adverse pregnancy and fetal outcomes, including microcephaly.2 WHO has included transmission through sexual intercourse and bodily fluids as a priority in its Zika Virus Research Agenda, which was a crucial component of the public health response to the 2015–16 Zika virus outbreak in South America. However, in the absence of methodologically rigorous population-based studies, the epidemiology of sexually transmitted Zika virus remains poorly understood.
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