Zika odds still slim as Australians diagnosed

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Experts are still searching for confirmation that the Zika virus is the cause of microcephaly – but the odds of an infected mother’s baby having microcephaly remain slim. “With two recent papers in the past week, we have seen some stronger evidence that Zika virus, but not other viruses that were sought and not found,

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