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The Frontline of Brazil's War on Zika
In the Brazilian city of Campina Grande, pregnant women getting an ultrasound used to ask: Is it a boy or a girl? Now, the first question is: How big is the head? The answers are rarely reassuring at the Pedro I Municipal Hospital, one of the country's first centers specializing in the treatment of microcephaly linked to the Zika virus. Reporter Alexandra Zavis and photographer Katie Falkenberg