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September  2019 |  Vol 63 |  Issue  5 (Supplement)    RSS Feed Table of Contents
Editorial
  Providing evidence for effective prevention and control of rabies in India
  Rabies is practically 100% fatal but is preventable through correct and timely use of modern rabies biologicals. India is the hotbed of human rabies as about 20,000 persons are known to die annu...
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Guest Editorial
  Time for India to move towards rabies elimination by 2030!
  Rabies is one of the ancient diseases known to humanity. Dog-transmitted rabies accounts for about 99% of human rabies cases in rabies-endemic regions.[1] It is estimated that 59,000 people die ...
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Original Article
  Appraisal of surveillance of human rabies and animal bites in seven states of India
  Background: The key to understanding the burden of animal bites and rabies lies in accurate and timely data with the help of proper surveillance system across the country. Such a surveillance...
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  A multicentric community survey on animal exposures among humans in India
  Background: Rabies is a 100% fatal disease. There are inadequate data on animal exposures and rabies postexposure prophylaxis (PEP) from community-based field surveys in India. Objecti...
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