Published on September 14, 2017 by

Canine rabies and human health

Recent years have seen increasing recognition of the importance of canine rabies to human health: the scientific community has increasingly embraced dog rabies as an interesting and important field of study, and the public-health community has ramped up control efforts, leading to striking control successes, particularly in the Americas. This article discusses a series of papers published from 2007 based on ground-breaking work on tracing canine rabies in Tanzania, as well as analyses of data from other parts of the world.