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HEALTH-ZIKA/WOMEN
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March 11, 2016
Rogerio dos Santos, 20, holds his daughter, 4-month-old Heloa Vitoria, who was born with microcephaly,...
CAMPINA GRANDE, Brazil
The Wider Image: Zika: Single mothers
Rogerio dos Santos, 20, holds his daughter, 4-month-old Heloa Vitoria, who was born with microcephaly, at Pedro I Hospital in Campina Grande, Brazil February 18, 2016. Single parents are common in Brazil where some studies show as many as one in three children from poor families grow up without a biological father, but doctors on the frontline of the Zika outbreak say they are concerned about how many mothers of babies with microcephaly are being abandoned. With the health service already under strain, abortion prohibited, and the virus hitting the poorest hardest, an absent father is yet another burden on mothers already struggling to cope with raising a child that might never walk or talk. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes SEARCH "ZIKA SINGLE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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