BOSTON, July 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- US OB/GYNs concerns about the Zika virus continue to be on the rise, with more
See InCrowd's "Tracking Zika" Webinar from April 2016 for findings from Waves 1 in February and Wave 2 in April.
"We're seeing statistically significant increases in OB/GYNs' reports about their patients being very concerned about the Zika virus, along with a rise in physicians' own concerns," said Diane Hayes, Ph.D., president and co-founder of InCrowd and an epidemiologist by training. "What's more, the concern is not simply in the high-risk states, but everywhere. As the US watches the toll that the Zika virus is taking around the world, InCrowd will continue to monitor this public health concern."
The key findings from US OB/GYNs include:
Key findings from pregnant and planning to become pregnant women include:
For additional details on InCrowd's methodology, please refer to the InCrowd website.
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For more information regarding InCrowd's research, please contact InCrowd.
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1 Zika virus high-risk states are based on the presence of Aedes albopictus & Aedes aegypti mosquitos and include FL, GA, AL, MS, LA, TX, NM, SC
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