Comment: NO PROOF THAT THE ZIKA VIRUS IS CAUSING UNDERDEVELOPED BRAINS, SAYS GERMAN SCIENTIST

The article mentioned here is in German, so I’m posting this Comment left by a reader. ~J

Here’s another opinion from Germany which reaches the same conclusion as Jim Stone that a vaccine is probably the source

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IS THE ZIKA VIRUS CAUSING BRITH DEFECTS? OR SOMETHING ELSE?
by Jane Burgermeister

Christina Frank, epidemiologist, from the Robert-Koch-Institut in Germany has said there is no proof that the Zika virus is causing underdeveloped brains.

http://www.zeit.de/2016/05/zika-virus-lateinamerika-entwicklungsstoerung-schwangerschaft

She notes that the Zika virus has been around for a long time. The virus was identified by researchers for the first time in a monkey in Africa in the 1940s. There has been no link between Zika and underdeveloped brains until autumn 2015 when thousands of cases of microcephaly were reported in Brazil amid a media hyped Zika epidemic.

Scientists say they do not understand how the virus causes brain and neurological damage.

Media report that
***women who did not have the Zika fever gave birth to babies with microcephaly.***

It is, therefore, possible that the real cause of the underdeveloped brains is something else.

It cannot be ruled out that
***another vaccine or drug given to pregnant women***
is causing microcephaly and the Zika epidemic is serving as a cover.
The Zika virus is transmitted by a genetically engineered mosquito which can also give other diseases such as yellow fever, yellow fever, dengue fever and chikungunya, report media.

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