Argentine Doctors Believe Larvicide Real Cause of Zika
February 23, 2016 | Viruses | M.Gafanovich
A group of physicians in Argentina has filed a claim that the sudden microcephaly epidemic in Brazil was not caused by the Zika virus after all. The physicians claim that a larvicide, placed in the country's water supply, is to blame. Months after the first Zika case was reported, the microcephaly outbreak continues to shake the world's medical community.