Stephanie Armour

Wall Street Journal

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Correspondent covering healthcare policy for the Wall Street Journal 

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Oncoming summer weather is expected to increase the incidence of the Zika virus in the United States. That’s the mosquito-borne disease that can produce severe birth defects.

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