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  Posted on: Thursday, February 7, 2019
Study: Dengue immunity may have offered protection against Zika in Brazil
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A new study published today in Science shows that prior dengue infection may have protected some Brazilians from severe Zika infections during the 2015-2016 epidemic in the Americas. The study findings could have major implications for both Zika and dengue vaccine developments.

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