Rabies In Horses- 1997 CDC Report

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Rabid animals were reported from every state except Hawaii in 1997, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Atlanta, GA. Rabies was confirmed in 47 horses, donkeys, and mules in 21 states and Puerto Rico in comparison to 46 equid cases in 1996. These figures represent only laboratory-confirmed cases since not every neurological horse which dies is submitted for

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