Participação Social e Emergências sanitárias
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Fiocruz collaborates with a Canadian innovative test for Zika
Research reveals the potential use of synthetic biosensors in rapid, decentralized, and low-cost tests for the diagnosis of patients infects with the zika virusLearn more
Virtual Exhibition: Zika, affecting lives
The Zika virus affected the lives of families and still demand action to be taken! Content in English, Spanish and PortugueseLearn more
Wolbachia Method reduces cases of dengue, chikungunya and zika in a city of Rio de Janeiro
The Wolbachia Method, an initiative of the World Mosquito Program led by Fiocruz in Brazil, indicates a reduction of about 70% of cases of dengue fever, 60% of chikungunya, and 40% of zika.Learn more
After 6 years, how social sciences have responded to the Zika epidemic?
Researchers from the four corners of the world who participated in one of the greatest Zika research consortiums gathered virtually (due to the current pandemic) to discuss its results and ways forward.Learn more
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O Coordenador da Rede Zika de Ciências Sociais, Gustavo Matta, a pesquisadora Denise Pimenta, do Instituto René Rachou (Fiocruz Minas) e a pesquisadora Adriana Melo do IPESQ falaram sobre a epidemia de Zika 5 anos depois. Assista!
Get to know how the Zika virus is affecting people´s lives in Brazil
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O Boletim Ciência do dia 24/3/2021, do Canal Saúde, conversou com a pesquisadora Lenir do Nascimento sobre a Exposição Zika Vidas que Afetam. Confira!
Abstract In Brazil, Zika is framed as a virus transmitted only by mosquitoes and the epidemic as a concern only for women. In order to examine this misconception, this article investigates the ...
Abstract Background: Zika virus (ZIKV) is a mosquito-borne virus that is also transmitted sexually, however, the epidemiological relevance of ZIKV sexual transmission in endemic regions is unclear. Methods: We performed ...
Ximena Casas Researcher, Women's Rights Division As Covid-19 dominates headlines, the Zika virus silently continues to put women and children at grave risk in Brazil, and the country has not taken nearly enough steps to combat the mosquito-borne disease or ... Read more