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Spread by warm-climate mosquitos, the Zika virus may cause more than a rash and fever. It may also cause birth defects in the children of infected mothers and could be linked to the mysterious Guillain-Barré disease. The World Health Organisation predicts this is a growing crisis with long-term implications for our health systems.

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NIR-16-04D
Edition
April 2016
Channels
News in Review 2015-2016
Categories
Health Education, Medical Sciences
Subjects
Arboviruses [LCSH], Arbovirus infections [LCSH], Virus diseases [LCSH], Microcephaly [LCSH], Health education [LCSH], Science [LCSH], Medical sciences [LCSH]
Team
Michael Serapio (Host) , Nick Purdon (Journalist) , Christine Birak (Journalist) , Kelly Crowe (Journalist) , Vik Adhopia (Journalist) , Heather Hiscox (Journalist)
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NIR-16-04 - ​​Zika Virus: A World Health Emergency

NIR-16-04 - ​​Zika Virus: A World Health Emergency