Recently, I got a call from a young woman who is planning her wedding. She and her fiancée have booked a honeymoon in South America, but with outbreaks of the mosquito-borne Zika virus, she's rethinking her plans.
"Should we go?" she asked me. "We're planning on trying to get pregnant, but probably not for at least six months after the wedding. Would that be safe?"
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