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Preventing Zika from being transmitted to fetus is goal of new NIH grant to Hawaii

20:00 EDT 26 Sep 2017 | AAAS

(University of Hawaii Cancer Center) New funding awarded to the University of Hawaii may lead to solution to a compelling dilemma -- a way to prevent the Zika virus in pregnant women from being transmitted to the fetus.

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