Dr. Joon Lee holds processed mosquitos in a tube in his lab at the UNT Health Science Center during West Nile season on June 17, 2014 in Fort Worth, Texas. For now, Lee doesn't believe the latest mosquito-borne virus, Zika, will get established in North Texas. (Paul Moseley/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/TNS)
Dr. Joon Lee holds processed mosquitos in a tube in his lab at the UNT Health Science Center during West Nile season on June 17, 2014 in Fort Worth, Texas. For now, Lee doesn't believe the latest mosquito-borne virus, Zika, will get established in North Texas. (Paul Moseley/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/TNS) Paul Moseley TNS
Dr. Joon Lee holds processed mosquitos in a tube in his lab at the UNT Health Science Center during West Nile season on June 17, 2014 in Fort Worth, Texas. For now, Lee doesn't believe the latest mosquito-borne virus, Zika, will get established in North Texas. (Paul Moseley/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/TNS) Paul Moseley TNS

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