WSU Researchers Treating Rabies Across the Globe

Dr. Cleveland

Rabies kills more than 60,000 people a year. The good news is that rabies is preventable with vaccinations. 99% of rabies victims get rabies from an unvaccinated dog and the disease is deady if not treated right away.

To combat this, researchers at WSU are sending vaccines around the world in order to eliminate the disease. So far they have vaccinated more than a million dogs.

The Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health has created vaccines in laboratories like the one featured in this story from KREM 2 News.

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