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Rabies is a virus that is usually spread by the bite or scratch of an animal. By the time the symptoms appear, it is generally too late to save the patient.
However, a person who may have been exposed to rabies can usually be treated effectively if they seek help at once.
In the United States, between 1 and 3 people contract rabies each year. From 2008 to 2017, the U.S. saw 23 human cases, eight of which were contracted outside the country. Advances in medicine, awareness, and vaccination programs have reduced the incidence of rabies since the 1970s.
Rabies Seminar Report
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- Fast facts on rabies
- What is rabies?
- Why does rabies cause a fear of water?
Rabies Presentation Report (PPT)
Page Length : 21
- What are Rabies?
- How is Rabies spread?
- Pasteur’s Contribution
- Rabies Diagnosis in Humans
- Methods of Cure