Adverse outcomes from Zika may hinge on mother's antibodies
from Contagion Live
Zika virus made headlines a few years ago during an outbreak in Brazil and other countries in the Americas that resulted in a large number of babies being born with microcephaly and other birth defects. One of the enduring mysteries of Zika virus, which is still active and poses a potential risk to travelers in a variety of locations worldwide, is why only about 5% of infected women deliver babies with microcephaly while the rest do not.
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