Dr. Megumi Itoh, left, an epidemic intelligence officer with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), measures the head of 5-month-old Adrielly Rufino, as she is held by her mother, Maria Girdielly, 17, as part of the CDC and Brazil's Ministry of Health case-control study investigating the association between women having the Zika virus when they are pregnant, and the effects they are seeing of microcephaly in babies.
Dr. Megumi Itoh, left, an epidemic intelligence officer with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), measures the head of 5-month-old Adrielly Rufino, as she is held by her mother, Maria Girdielly, 17, as part of the CDC and Brazil's Ministry of Health case-control study investigating the association between women having the Zika virus when they are pregnant, and the effects they are seeing of microcephaly in babies. Katie Falkenberg Los Angeles Times/TNS
Dr. Megumi Itoh, left, an epidemic intelligence officer with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), measures the head of 5-month-old Adrielly Rufino, as she is held by her mother, Maria Girdielly, 17, as part of the CDC and Brazil's Ministry of Health case-control study investigating the association between women having the Zika virus when they are pregnant, and the effects they are seeing of microcephaly in babies. Katie Falkenberg Los Angeles Times/TNS

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