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Pregnant Women With Zika Will Have No Way of Knowing For Sure If Their Baby Will Be Healthy

This summer, several babies born in the US have been diagnosed with Zika-related microcephaly and one of them has died because of it. While we’re able to identify women and babies who test positive for the virus, there’s no definitive way to know whether these infants will have the developmental problems related to Zika

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