Asian countries conclude rabies conference

10/7/2012 | USA Today

Representatives from Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, India, Laos, Myanmar, Pakistan, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia wrapped up a five-day meeting last week aimed at reducing the prevalence of rabies, a disease that kills tens of thousands of people worldwide every year. Coordinating efforts among paramedics and veterinarians was one focus of the meeting, according to an Indonesian health official. In 2010, vaccination of 200,000 dogs for rabies in Bali led to a decrease in cases.

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