In South America, Zika Virus Raises Questions of Morality, Abortion Law
In Latin America, where the Zika virus is becoming more prominent, pregnant women are concerned with the potential of birth defects in their children.
In countries where abortions are illegal, the issue raises questions about reproductive rights and whether laws should be adjusted in response to the health crisis.
NPR’s Lourdes Garcia-Navarro speaks to Here & Now’s Robin Young from South America.
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