Loyola researchers discover Zika antibodies (via WGN-TV)

CHICAGO —  Researchers from Chicago’s Loyola University Medical Center may have come up with a way to fight the Zika virus.

Researchers found antibodies to fight the life altering virus. They said the antibodies can be used to both detect and treat the mosquito-borne disease.

When pregnant women are infected with Zika it causes birth defects and potentially deadly complications for their unborn child.

Source: WGN-TV