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A year after human cases of the Zika virus emerged in Brazil, doctors are still learning more about the effects as they treat babies with what's now known as congenital Zika syndrome. Many suffer seizures, and others have trouble swallowing or constantly cry.
Here & Now’s Robin Young speaks with Dr. Camila Ventura of the Altino Ventura Foundation in Brazil about treating the babies. She's an ophthalmologist currently in Miami for a fellowship at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute.
This segment aired on October 27, 2016.
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