One More Time With Zika: Investment in Prevention Costs Less, Means Better Health
Deborah Klein Walker, Ed.D., vice president and senior fellow, writes that public health threats such as Zika will cost us much less to prevent that to treat people who contract it. Treating a child with microcephaly, for example, could cost more than $1 million over his or her lifetime.
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