Zika virus casts spotlight on reproductive rights in Latin America
Volume 48, Issue 2
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If the outbreak lasts one or two years, it may produce an enduring “hole in the age structure.”Jose Miguel Guzman, former demographer at the United Nations who’s now with the consulting firm ICF International
A Tzotzil woman with her child in Zinacantan, Mexico
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Abortion Laws in Countries and Territories with Zika Virus
Zika virus transmission data from http://www.cdc.gov/zika/geo/active-countries.html (as of April 30, 2016)
Abortion law data from http://worldabortionlaws.com/
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