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Rabies Elimination in the 21st Century

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Rabies, a viral zoonotic disease, can be spread to humans through bites or scratches from infected wild or domestic animals. Without prompt and proper wound cleansing and immunization, rabies can lead to death in humans -- more than 55,000 people worldwide die from this disease every year. Although rabies is a vaccine-preventable disease, recent evidence suggests that rabies is re-emerging as a serious public health issue.
This session of Grand Rounds addresses new approaches to disease prevention and control, and discusses current opportunities and challenges in eliminating this disease in both developed and developing countries.

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