U.N. Marks World Rabies Day, Urges Human, Animal Health Authorities To Better Address Disease

U.N. News Centre: On World Day, U.N. urges rabies control beyond human and animal health services
“Officials at the United Nations [Wednesday] urged human and animal health authorities around the world to step up and more effectively address rabies — a preventable but fatal disease that still claims the lives of an estimated 60,000 people each year — as the international community marks World Rabies Day…” (9/28).

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