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Experts say the world cannot ease up on efforts to fully develop Ebola vaccines.
Structure details may yield clues on how Zika damages cells and offer an inside track to drug, vaccine, and test developers.
The area of the US that could be home to the culprit mosquitoes and thus affected by Zika is wider than previously thought.
A case report finds more fetal evidence of Zika-related brain development problems, and a study on fetal neural cells hints at a possible damage mechanism.
Experts say the risk of global spread is low and nations are able to respond to new clusters.
About 31% thought the virus spreads through sneezes, and 42% didn't know about sexual transmission.
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