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Monday, September 27, 2010

VIDEO: Observing World Rabies Day, 28 September

In the observance of World Rabies Day on 28 September, I am pleased to share with you seven video series from the World Rabies Day Web site.

Rabies is a deadly viral disease that is transmitted through the saliva of infected animals such as dogs, cats, monkeys, bats, and other mammals.

In these videos, Peter Costa, Communications Director at the Global Alliance for Rabies Control, provides information about how you can protect yourself, your pets and your community from Rabies; a deadly yet preventable disease.

The series discusses how rabies is transmitted, which animals are most likely to be rabid, symptoms and diagnoses, prevention measures, World Rabies Day and medical advancements.