In this FebruaryThursday, Feb. 25, 2016 photo, Caio Julio Vasconcelos who was born with microcephaly, undergoes physical therapy at the Institute for the Blind in Joao Pessoa, Brazil. Researchers from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention released a report Tuesday documenting the first series of infants who developed microcephaly after they were born to mothers infected while pregnant — despite showing no evidence of the disorder when they were delivered.
In this FebruaryThursday, Feb. 25, 2016 photo, Caio Julio Vasconcelos who was born with microcephaly, undergoes physical therapy at the Institute for the Blind in Joao Pessoa, Brazil. Researchers from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention released a report Tuesday documenting the first series of infants who developed microcephaly after they were born to mothers infected while pregnant — despite showing no evidence of the disorder when they were delivered. Andre Penner AP
In this FebruaryThursday, Feb. 25, 2016 photo, Caio Julio Vasconcelos who was born with microcephaly, undergoes physical therapy at the Institute for the Blind in Joao Pessoa, Brazil. Researchers from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention released a report Tuesday documenting the first series of infants who developed microcephaly after they were born to mothers infected while pregnant — despite showing no evidence of the disorder when they were delivered. Andre Penner AP

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