Researchers Halt Lethal Rabies Infection In Brain

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While rabies, an ancient scourge that still kills 70,000 every year in developing countries worldwide can be combated with a series of vaccines today, it nearly is always fatal when it reaches the brain.

But now, immunology researchers at the Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson have shown how a type of bat rabies infection can be prevented in mice

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