Zika virus infections late in pregnancy led to no defects in study – Daily Mail


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Zika virus infections late in pregnancy led to no defects in study
Daily Mail
The greatest risk to infants comes from infection early in pregnancy, the research seems to confirm. However, the study found troubling cases of severe birth defects in babies born to women who never realised they had contracted Zika – and had no symptoms.
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