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Zika Updates for March 24, 2017

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Zika



At-A-Glance
  • US States and DC: 1,617
  • US Territories: 3,363
*Source: Pregnancy Registries as of March 14, 2017
  • US States and DC: 5,158
  • US Territories: 38,212
*Source: ArboNET as of March 22, 2017

Partner Presentations and Conference Calls About Zika | Zika virus | CDC

Partner Presentations and Conference Calls About Zika | Zika virus | CDC

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Partner Presentations and Conference Calls About Zika



CDC Zika Sustainment Strategy Presentations

 CDC Zika IMS Jurisdiction and Partner Sustainment Strategy Slideset Screenshot

Overview

State Coordination Task Force Conference Calls

 A female Aedes aegypti mosquito in the process of acquiring a blood meal from her human host. Photo: James Gathany.


Zika Action Plan (ZAP) Summit Follow-up Presentations

Content in this section was developed in May and June 2016, following the Zika Action Plan Summit, and has not been updated. For current updated information on the Zika virus, see the CDC Zika Virus website.
 Zika Diagnostic Tools, Testing Algorithms, and Interpretation Guidance slideset cover thumbnail

Zika Diagnostic Tools, Testing Algorithms, and Interpretation Guidance

 Zika Virus Disease Surveillance in U.S. States slideset cover thumbnail

Zika Virus Disease Surveillance in U.S. States

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The Importance of Pregnancy Planning in Areas with Active Zika Transmission

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Prevention of Sexually Transmitted Zika

 Vector Surveillance and Control in Response to Zika

Vector Surveillance and Control in Response to Zika

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Pregnancy and Birth Defects

 Health Messaging and Communication for Response to US Zika Virus Transmission

Health Messaging and Communication for Response to US Zika Virus Transmission

Unhidden Figures – Images of African American Women in Science and Medicine | NLM in Focus

Unhidden Figures – Images of African American Women in Science and Medicine | NLM in Focus

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03/23/2017 03:06 PM EDT


As we celebrate National Women’s History Month and the success of the film Hidden Figures about the remarkable story of Katherine G. Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan, and Mary Jackson, mathematicians working at NASA in the 1960s, NLM in Focus is pleased to share some links to photos, bios, and videos of African American women in science…

Did You Know? | Quitting smoking reaps almost immediate health benefits

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CGH Update: World TB Day 2017

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World TB Day

March 24, 2017

Dear Colleagues,
World Tuberculosis (TB) Day offers an opportunity to highlight how far we have come in addressing TB at home and around the world. The hard work by CDC and its global partners has resulted in progress against this epidemic and brought the world closer toward the global goal of eliminating TB by 2035. In just the last 15 years, for example, the number of deaths from TB has fallen 47 percent, an achievement that translates to 49 million lives being saved worldwide. 

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