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A large series reveals some brain damage in babies with normal head size.
Both a promising vaccine and mass distribution of repellents failed to protect.
The test checks patient specimens for the presence of 5 different genetic markers.
Candida auris has caused deadly hospital infections in several nations since 2009.
In the study, 4 of 5 pregnancies had poor outcomes, with 2 maternal deaths.
Patients with severe disease had high viral levels and extreme immune-system overreaction that led to destruction of healthy tissues.
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