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Follow-up of women who delivered Zika-affected newborns found that only 1 in 4 received the recommended brain imaging after birth.
Research news includes microcephaly in infants and mapping of the Aedes aegypti genome.
The state now has 3 cases, 1 fatal, and officials worry the disease will spread to the city of Rio.
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