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Will Political Finger-pointing Dampen Zika Vaccine Efforts?

A vaccine for Zika virus is in the works with the potential to halt the devastating disease that’s spread to more than 5,000 people and 1,600 pregnant women in the United States alone.  But before the drug is even available, a political debate is heating up – not over the drug’s development and accessibility, but over speculation about its future price tag.