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Zika crisis: Pregnant woman's anxious wait

Brazil has announced it now has 745 confirmed cases of microcephaly in babies and is investigating more than 4,200 suspected cases.

Scientists are racing to find out more about the Zika virus and its link to microcephaly and other neurological problems.

Julia Carneiro went to Campina Grande, in the north-east of Brazil, to speak to one pregnant woman who has been affected by the crisis.

  • 10 Mar 2016
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