Tag Archives: Zika

Zika and Pregnancy-Specific Vaccines’ Regulatory Lacunae

by Sam Halabi — Friday, May 6, 2016

In my next two posts, I will investigate the relationship between regulatory approval of vaccines and the response to the global public health emergency surrounding the spread of the Zika virus. That emergency has resurrected and brought into sharper relief some of the most vexing questions surrounding the regulatory state and pregnancy: the appropriate circumstances, […]

Zika’s Coming and We Aren’t Ready

by Nicholas Bagley — Wednesday, Mar. 30, 2016

If you’re worried about Zika’s arrival in the United States—and you should be—Laurie Garrett has a must-read article at Foreign Policy on the fecklessness of national political leaders and the appalling lack of preparation in the cities that will be hardest hit. [W]hat Congress fails to recognize is that most aspects of public health, especially […]