Zika Doctor Warns Brazil against Lowering Guard on Birth Defects

Puerto Rico on Monday declared that the 2016 Zika epidemic is over, saying transmission of the virus that can cause birth defects ... Brazil, and several months before it was first reported in Florida. LONDON Scientists in Britain plan to harness the Zika ...

Zika, a viral disease carried by mosquitoes, has spread to more than 60 countries and territories since the outbreak was identified in Brazil in 2015. The doctor who first linked the Zika virus to birth defects says Brazil has too quickly forgotten the ... Zika Doctor Warns Brazil against Lowering Guard on Birth Defects

Medscape Medical News, February 2017 Zika Doctor Warns Brazil Against Lowering Guard on Birth Defects The doctor who first linked the Zika virus to birth defects says Brazil has too quickly forgotten the tragedy of 2,000 babies born with microcephaly and ...

CAMPINA GRANDE, BRAZIL (Reuters) - The doctor who first linked the Zika virus to birth defects says Brazil has too quickly forgotten the tragedy of 2,000 babies born with smaller-than-normal heads and runs the risk of a second wave of infections if the ...

CAMPINA GRANDE, BRAZIL, Feb 9 (Reuters) - The doctor who first linked the Zika virus to birth defects says Brazil has too quickly forgotten the tragedy of 2,000 babies born with smaller-than-normal heads and runs the risk of a second wave of infections if ...

The doctor who first linked the Zika virus to birth defects says Brazil has too quickly forgotten the tragedy of 2,000 babies born with smaller-than-normal heads and runs the risk of a second wave of infections if the virus mutates. A year after the ...

CAMPINA GRANDE, BRAZIL (Reuters) - The doctor who first linked the Zika virus to birth defects says Brazil has too quickly forgotten the tragedy of 2,000 babies born with smaller-than-normal heads and runs the risk of a second wave of infections if the ...

CAMPINA GRANDE, BRAZIL: The doctor who first linked the Zika virus to birth defects says Brazil has too quickly forgotten the tragedy of 2,000 babies born with smaller-than-normal heads and runs the risk of a second wave of infections if the virus mutates.

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