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Zika infection in early pregnancy raise the risk of microcephaly 17 times, the study says.
Partial protection from earlier dengue exposure in the favela population might explain Zika's quick decline there.
Dengue immunity, however, doesn't seem to generally protect against Zika infection, the researchers find.
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