Florida releases genetically modified mosquitoes in hopes to reduce spread of disease

(Corrects byline)    By Ashraf Fahim    (Reuters) – Genetically modified mosquitoes have been released for the first time in the United States, taking flight in the Florida Keys in a pilot program intended to reduce the spread of deadly diseases such as dengue, yellow fever and the Zika virus.    After an odyssey spanning more than a decade to secure regulatory approval,

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