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A large UK epidemiologic study finds no association with GBS, which has been a concern.
Those with GBS and Zika had more severe symptoms, including facial weakness, and required more ICU care.
Older adults were hardest hit by Guillain-Barre syndrome in northeast Brazil.
Pregnant women and their babies are the focus because of a strongly suspected link to complications.
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