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Health Problems and Concerns Mounting as Zika-Affected Infants Continue to Age

It’s been about a year since the spike in newborns with microcephaly began. In Brazil, a total of 2,001 cases of this and other brain malformation cases were reported. Testing has confirmed that at least 343 of them were directly linked to the Zika virus. The Health Ministry argues that the rest are most likely linked as well since there has been an 85 percent drop in cases when compared to last year.
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