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ANIMAL HEALTH MATTERS
ISSUE 26  SEPTEMBER 2019
 
   
 
A world without human rabies is in sight
 
Rabies affects the world’s most vulnerable people, but there is hope. We know how to eradicate dog-mediated rabies in humans and with the ‘Zero by 2030’ deadline just over a decade away, World Rabies Day (28th) reminds us that we must accelerate our efforts.

In this month’s issue, we’ve found the most surprising ways countries around the world are saving people from rabies. And, we tell the story of Stephen and his dog, Tiger, revealing how rabies has impacted their lives in East Africa.
 
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Can we fight rabies with plants?
 
 
 
Global organizations are united in their pledge to tackle rabies through education, greater access to human treatment and mass dog vaccination. But what other ways are places around the world helping to rid society from rabies?
 
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