Study Shows No Zika and Microcephaly Link

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Study Shows No Zika and Microcephaly Link

Bradley Mattes   |   September 05, 2016

The US Centers for Disease Control and New England Journal of Medicine have both concluded the Zika virus causes microcephaly.  But they admit no experimental evidence exists.  A new expansive study puts doubt on that and the New England Journal of Medicine published the preliminary results.  Of twelve-thousand pregnant women with Zika, there were no cases of microcephaly, with less than ten cases reported since then outside the study.  There should have been a dramatic increase.  Some scientists believe the insecticide pyriproxyfen should be studied.  It’s used on mosquitos and interferes with the development of their larvae.  See the possible link?  They sprayed this in Brazil, where microcephaly has been reported, even adding it to the drinking water.  I’ll keep you posted.

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