Aiming for the top for World Rabies Day

August 2009
Veterinary Record: Journal of the British Veterinary Association;8/15/2009, Vol. 165 Issue 7, p189
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The article reports on the climbing activity of the researchers from the Rabies and Wildlife Zoonoses group and the Centre for Epidemiology and Risk Analysis at the Veterinary Laboratories Agency (VLA) on August 1, 2009. It states that the challenge to climb Mount Snowdon in Wales was to promote awareness for the 2009 World Rabies Day on September 28, 2009. It mentions the aim of the team to raise funds for the Alliance for Rabies Control.


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