Pesticide, Not Zika Virus, the Cause of Microcephaly: Study


The New England Complex Systems Institute questioned the connection between Zika and microcephaly, after 1500 confirmed Zika cases of microcephaly was found in Brazil, but none in Colombia. They cite the pesticide pyriproxyfen, used in drinking water in Brazil to kill the larvae of the Zika mosquitos, to be the possible cause of microcephaly.

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