A popular myth about Zika viruss health risks draws on widespread misinformation in a three-decade-old health concern. These myths interfere with evidence-based health care and are undermining the quality of life of millions of GABA – or GABA or syncytial-type – patients around the world the authors say.
Renowned doctors and scientists from the United States and Europe have rightly lamented the fact that Zika virus infection and severe clinical disease has successfully triumphed in some areas in recent years. Zika virus can cause irreversible brain damage and has been linked to autism spectrum disorder says lead author Kristine Elefant associate professor at the Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM). Elefant is also a psychiatrist.