Another night in the hospital: the unrelenting struggle of raising Brazil’s Zika babies

(By Melissa Bailey for STAT)

RECIFE, BRAZIL — Baby Duda sat in bed, a pink barrette in her hair. She was ready to go home after a month in the hospital — when she began gasping for breath. Nurses rushed to her side with emergency oxygen. Her sister, out in the hallway, pressed her face against the window, watching yet another medical setback punctuated by high-pitched wails. Continue reading article here…..

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