New Zika Research

I’ve promised to keep you up-to-date on new developments with the Zika virus in pregnant women, believed to affect unborn babies.  The Centers for Disease Control issued a report involving over twelve-hundred suspected cases of Zika in the US.  Only two-hundred-fifty were actual cases and ten-percent resulted in birth defects.  This ten-percent margin was also confirmed in separate research in Texas.  According to the evidence, women who contract the Zika virus have a ninety percent chance of having a normal, healthy baby.  It’s important we get the word out because Planned Parenthood is aggressively pushing abortion for women who contract or even suspect they have Zika.  But the reality is few babies are affected, and those who are still deserve to live.

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