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Zika Virus Vaccine Hunt Begins Following 4,000 Brazilian Birth Defects

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The pharma industry's (and the media's) interest in Ebola has begun to wane as more affected African countries secure disease-free status from the World Health Organization, but another tropical condition has started to capture headlines – Zika virus (ZIKV), a mosquito transferred disease reportedly responsible for approximately 4,000 child birth defects since Oct. 2015.

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