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It's too soon to know if the study applies to people, but West Nile caused fetal brain damage and death in mice.
Areas that experienced local Zika transmission saw a 21% increase in birth defects possibly linked to Zika.
One study reaffirms the Zika-microcephaly link; the other spotlights economic factors.
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