Zika Outbreak Highlights Importance Of Access To Sexual, Reproductive Health Care In Latin America

PLOS “Translational Global Health”: Let’s talk about sex: Why the Zika outbreak is really about reproductive rights for Latin American women
Sarah Borg, a junior medical doctor and intern in the reproductive health and research department at the WHO, discusses how the “Zika outbreak has highlighted a dire need for comprehensive sexual and reproductive health care for all Latin Americans,” including access to contraception and abortion services (2/22).

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