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    Confusion Abounds About Zika Virusi
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    February 17, 2016 3:11 AM
    The World Health Organization is scrambling to address the Zika virus that's spreading rapidly through Latin America and the Caribbean. The virus has been linked to birth defects and, in adults, to a type of paralysis. Experts have lots of unanswered questions, as do ordinary citizens who spoke to VOA. More from health reporter Carol Pearson.

    Confusion Abounds About Zika Virus

    Published February 16, 2016

    The World Health Organization is scrambling to address the Zika virus that's spreading rapidly through Latin America and the Caribbean. The virus has been linked to birth defects and, in adults, to a type of paralysis. Experts have lots of unanswered questions, as do ordinary citizens who spoke to VOA. More from health reporter Carol Pearson.


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