Living with Microcephaly
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'He is enjoying life': Living with microcephaly in the UK

More than 4,000 babies in Brazil have been born with microcephaly since October. The condition causes a baby to be born with a small head and can lead to the brain not developing properly.

Health experts believe the rise in cases is due to the Zika virus, which is spreading rapidly through South America.

But what is it like to live with microcephaly and what does it mean for those babies as they grow up?

Breakfast's Graham Satchell has been finding out.

  • 05 Feb 2016
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