59K Killed By Rabies Annually; More Resources Needed To Prevent Disease, Study Says

VOA News: Study: Rabies Kills 59,000 People Annually
“Canine rabies kills tens of thousands of people every year and costs economies billions of dollars. A new global study said understanding the true burden of the disease may result in more resources to prevent it…” (DeCapua, 4/16).

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