Can genetically modified mosquitoes curb Dengue fever?

Aired: 5/14/2015 | 0:08:09 | Clip
Officials in the Florida Keys are considering using genetically modified mosquitoes to curb the threat of the tropical disease, Dengue fever. The lab-grown mosquitoes have been used in Brazil and the Cayman Islands to reduce the local mosquito populations, but many Keys residents are wary of allowing a science experiment in their backyard. NewsHour's Stephen Fee reports.