A year ago, Brazil was struggling with the Zika epidemic. The mosquito-borne virus killed more than 180 people in the country and caused 10,000 babies to be born with microcephaly, or underdeveloped brains. Today, Zika remains a threat in the region and scientists are still working on a vaccine. Meanwhile, those families affected by Zika are still learning about the extent of their children's disabilities. Our team on the ground reports.
Dr Yazdan YAZDANPANAH
Head of infectious diseases department, Paris's Bichat hospital