Could the Zika threat in Latin America be over in 1-2 years?

(By Helen Branswell for STAT)

The Zika outbreak in Latin America may blow through like a nasty storm, moving off in another year or 18 months, a new study suggests.

In any one place the wave of transmission could last between six months and a year, researchers suggested in the study, published in the journal Science. Read article here……

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