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Study: Children With 'Normal' Heads May Have Zika Brain Damage

Babies infected with Zika virus may suffer severe brain damage even if they do not display the signature symptom of an unusually small head, a study in monkeys suggested Monday. This meant that brain-damaged children may be walking around undiagnosed and missing out on life-bettering therapy, scientists reported in the science journal "Nature Medicine." "Current criteria using head size to diagnose Zika-related brain injury fail to capture more subtle brain damage that...

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