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Two Brazilian studies show new discoveries related to Zika virus

(Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo) A Brazilian study shows that infection of a pregnant woman by Zika virus may represent a risk to the baby's neurological development even when it occurs only a few days before the mother gives birth. In another study, Brazilian researchers describe, for the first time, manifestations of Zika virus in patients previously receiving organ transplants.
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