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UW researchers make landmark discovery in fight against Zika virus

UW researchers make landmark discovery in fight against Zika virus

KOMO-TV, Sept. 12, 2016

Paving the way for potential treatments for Zika virus infections, UW Medicine researchers reported the first case of Zika-caused brain damage in the fetus of a nonhuman primate. Kristina Adams Waldorf, UW professor of obstetrics and gynecology, is the lead author of the study published in Nature Medicine.
Also in Seattle Times. HSNewsBeat.

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