Further investigations have shown that the virus
Posted by necole scot on February 13th, 2016
Further investigations have shown that the virus was replicated in the brain of the unborn child, but not in other organs. The mother was not familiar with specific genetic diseases healthy tips and, more importantly, the test to detect the presence of 13 other possible infections such as dengue and yellow fever, they were negative. The case described does not prove conclusively that Zia cause microcephaly, but it makes the link between infection and stronger malformation.
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