Presumptive abortive human rabies – Texas, 2009,

Morb Mortal Wkly Rep. 2010 Feb 26; 59(7): 185-90;

Presumptive abortive human rabies – Texas, 2009,
Abstract
“Rabies is a serious zoonotic disease. Recovery has been well documented in only 6 human patients worldwide. 5 of those patients had received rabies vaccinations before illness; one had not received rabies vaccination but survived infection after prolonged intensive care. In most of these survivors, moderate to profound neurologic sequelae occurred. Continue reading Presumptive abortive human rabies – Texas, 2009,

Low Cost rabies screen for veterinarians

05 Feb 2009
Dyne Immune, LLC announced their new, portable Rabies RAPIDâ„¢ (Rapid Antibody Portable Immunodetection) Screen, which can detect the presence of rabies in an animal saliva sample within 30 minutes, providing vital information much sooner than traditional testing methods.
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Pseudorabies

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Biologists with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) are warning hunters using the JW Corbett Wildlife Management Area (WMA) in Palm Beach and Martin counties to be cautious about wild hogs.

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