Zika infection late in pregnancy may be not so risky

No apparent birth defects reported in study of Colombian women infected in third trimester

pregnant woman's belly

HEALTHY BABY  In Colombia, a group of women thought to be infected with Zika virus during the third trimester of pregnancy have given birth to babies without microcephaly, or other obvious birth defects.


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