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Similarities between Zika and Rubella
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    Center for Global Health (U.S.)
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    Chart comparing Zika and Rubella: symptoms, transmission, cure, prevention, treatment, immunity/risk, special considerations, number affected, birth defects, long-term effects, diagnosis.

    Symptoms: A fever-rash illness whose symptoms include joint pain/inflammation, conjunctivitis, or swollen lymph nodes. Symptoms are usually mild and individuals often show no symptoms at all.

    Diagnosis: The virus can be diagnosed by testing urine, blood, and spinal fluid. In addition, Zika virus has been found in semen, cervical mucus, and vaginal fluids.



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