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Brazil’s success in rabies controlPanaftosa, 15 January 2013 - With the aim of identifying successful case studies that could serve for other countries as a reference in their fight against rabies, WSPA Brazil has developed two videos with the statements of three Brazilian specialists, who report on how Brazil has been tackling the rabies issue in the last decades.

The videos below provide the general public and health professionals with actions taken by the Brazilian government to fight rabies, in addition to some recommendations that can help to control the disease respecting animal welfare.

Click here for more information. (In Spanish)

Last Updated on Thursday, 17 January 2013 16:34

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