What Do We Even Know About Zika?

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A biologist works with genetically modified mosquitoes on February 11, 2016 in Campinas, Brazil.

Much of the panic around the Zika virus stems from uncertainty about its association with microcephaly and paralysis. Nikos Vasilakis, an infectious disease specialist at the University of Texas Medical Branch, talks with Brooke about what scientists know and don't know about Zika, the devastating scenes he witnessed while studying the virus in Brazil, and how eradicating mosquitoes is harder than we might think. 

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