How An Animal Rescue Tool Helped Control Rabies In An Indian City

The monitoring tool might still be underestimating the disease’s true prevalence.

Vaccinating Dogs Could Prevent The Spread Of Rabies In China

Understanding how the rabies virus spreads in the rural areas of China will inform prevention and control strategies, researchers say.

Rabies Virus Protein Helps Send Drugs To The Brain

Using a protein produced by the rabies virus, scientists in China have developed a nanoparticle which could lead to better treatments for Parkinson’s disease.

Vaccination: A Cost-Effective Way To Prevent Rabies Deaths In India

A new study shows that over the course of five years, vaccinating 200,000 stray dogs a year would reduce rabies incidence in humans by 90 percent.

Anti-Rabies Alliance To Vaccinate Dogs In At-Risk Areas

Mass dog vaccination is now seen as the most cost-effective means to control rabies, which kills roughly 70,000 people every year.

Novel Vaccination Strategy Against Rabies

An international team of scientists has identified a novel vaccine strategy against lyssaviruses that cause rabies in animals and humans.

Student Board Game To Fight Rabies In Southeast Asia

The United Nations is partnering with the University of Sydney to manufacture a board game that educates children in Asia about the risk of rabies.

The WHO Dealmakers: Sending Vaccine Technology To The Third World

Empowering countries to make their own vaccines may sound like a herculean task, but it is all in a day's work for the Technology Transfer Initiative team at the World Health Organization.