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“The editorial board and staff of Archives are proud to offer this outstanding, leading-edge special issue on Zika virus,” said Philip T. Cagle, MD, FCAP, Editor-in-Chief of Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine. “This group of articles will start a critical conversation that will be invaluable to practicing pathologists in their daily work as it relates to this emerging health problem.” Continue Reading Cover of January 2017 Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, a special Zika virus issue. The articles were selected and edited by Archives Associate Editor David A. Schwartz, MD, MS Hyg, FCAP, a leader in the field of global maternal health and placental pathology. Schwartz said the medical community needed a publication to step forward with the latest information about the Zika virus so that additional collaboration among pathologists, medical scientists, and the affected clinical specialties can instantly begin in 2017. “This issue highlights up-to-date knowledge regarding the anatomic pathology and laboratory medicine aspects of this newly-emergent virus, so that everyone in the medical arena can know more about, and most importantly, protect patients from, the Zika virus,” Schwartz said. “There has been unprecedented cooperation and collaboration among physicians as well as biomedical, public health, and social scientists during the Zika virus pandemic. We were thrilled to get leading voices in health care and virology to contribute to the Archives special issue; their collective voices represent the collaboration that is the hallmark of the effective delivery of health care.” Among the articles written by leading Zika virus researchers that will appear in this issue are: Zika Virus: Pathology From the Pandemic by Jana M.http://youtube.com/embed/Pf7JuJcVzQU
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