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Control of the Pathogen and/or disease
In the United States, death from the rabies virus has decreased over the years due to vaccinations.
The rabies vaccine, human diploid cell vaccine (HDCV), was first used on a human in 1885.
(Bauman, 2014) The virus c
Rabies, which is a zoonotic disease, comes from animals that are infected of the
rabies virus. According to Bauman, (2014) a rabies virus is a negative, singlestranded RNA virus in the genus Lyssavirus, family Rhabdoviridae. The
transmission of the virus
Although human rabies is very uncommon in Northern America, they still occur in all
areas throughout the United States. Rabies is very common in places like Africa, Asia,
Indonesia, India, and Central and South America. (Thompson, 2012) An es
Description of Disease
Rabies has been recognized as an ancient disease. This disease has been described in writings
dating back to 2300 B.C. In the 16th century, an Italian physician, Girolamo Fracastoro, was the
first to discover rabies as a fatal disea