Theories Develop After Scientists Find NO Link Between Zika Virus & Birth Defects
Published on Feb 18, 2016
The outbreak of Zika has made the news, largely due to a possible link with microcephaly – a birth defect that causes abnormally small head sizes in babies. But a group of Argentinean scientists have put forth a provocative argument: that a pesticide in Brazil’s drinking water is really to blame for the sudden explosion of a normally rare defect. RT’s Simone Del Rosario reports.