Study: Late-Pregnancy Zika Infections Did Not Harm Unborn Children

The study also confirmed that the odds of microcephaly in unborn children are low even if the mother contracted Zika in the first trimester, which is the greatest risk point for the child.

By Published on June 16, 2016

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