The spread of Zika virus in Latin America forced many governments in the region to urge women not to get pregnant until 2018, as the virus can cause untreatable brain damage to babies. Thousands of babies in Brazil already born with microcephaly.
The first link between the mosquito-borne disease and microcephaly was reported in December. Then a report issued by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) connected the infection with the untreatable brain disease. Microcephal...
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