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Study: Zika Targets Brain, Hides from Immune System

A new study found that the Zika virus, which is a growing public health threat, is able to survive in some brain cells and continue to cause more virus for weeks after the initial infection.

Under a sign warning about Zika virus, Josseline Lopez, 22, gets an ultrasound from technician Ivonne Murillo at Legacy Comm…

A new study found that the Zika virus, which is a growing public health threat, is able to survive in some brain cells and continue to cause more virus for weeks after the initial infection. It also appears that the virus itself does not automatically trigger an immune system response. (KERA)

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