20 Sep 2018

Zika sufferers share what lessons can be learned – and what future could their children hope for?

Health and Social Care Correspondent

It’s nearly three years since the Zika epidemic appeared – creating world-wide alarm after a spike in babies with birth defects whose mothers contracted the virus.

Many of those cases were concentrated in Brazil, where at least 3,000 babies were born with a condition called microcephaly. Now two mothers who were affected have come to the UK to share their experiences.