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Findings highlight Zika eye problems, long risk of sexual spread

Wednesday, June 8, 2016   (0 Comments)

Two new case reports added more detail to the Zika virus clinical picture, with one from Brazil describing congenital eye problems in a baby born without microcephaly and the other a report from France documenting sexual transmission 44 days after the male partner's infection—a much longer delay than earlier reports.


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