Toronto sees first human rabies case in 80 years

04/16/2012 | CBC.ca (Canada)

A 41-year-old Toronto man has been diagnosed with rabies, the first human case in Toronto in 80 years and only the fourth case in Canada in the past 12 years. He may have contracted rabies while working in the Dominican Republic and is being treated at Toronto Western Hospital's neurological intensive care unit.

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