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New Study Finds the Likelihood of Birth Defects from Zika Infection Has Increased Alarmingly

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A March 2017 study reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that American women affected by the Zika virus were 20 times more likely to give birth to babies with severe birth defects than U.S. mothers who contracted Zika two years ago.

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