A tool to support public health decisions on Zika virus predicts most planned interventions to be cost-effective

Posted by on May 20, 2016 6:29 pm
Categories: health

A new study presents a cost-effectiveness tool that can help guide decisions regarding resource allocation to fund interventions targeted at curtailing the ongoing Zika virus outbreak. Analyses using the tool suggest that proposed funds to combat Zika in the US and other countries would be cost-effective, based on quantification of the serious health conditions associated with Zika infection.

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