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Why Rabies Should Be On Your Radar

15:07 EDT 20 Aug 2017 | Forbes

A recent attack by a coyote on a woman on a bike path near Albany, in upstate New York, focuses attention on the risk of acquiring rabies, especially among animals not typically associated with the infection. Aggressive behavior is wild animals is associated with a heightened risk for rabies.

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