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Abstract

Although vaccine-preventable, rabies remains a worldwide-occurring disease of major public health concern. Globally, rabies is responsible for about 55,000 human deaths per year, mainly in Asia and Africa, and 30-50% of the cases are in children, most often following an infection transmitted through the bite of a rabid dog.

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2008-05-08
2017-11-24
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