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Decrease human morbidity and mortality by reducing risk of infection and organizing surveillance, control, early warning and response measures of natural foci and zoonotic diseases based on scientific research of natural epidemic zoonotic diseases.
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Plague

Plague is an infectious disease that can become severe if left untreated. If diagnosed early, plague can be cured with antibiotics and supportive care.

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10 facts on rabies

Rabies causes thousands of deaths every year in over 100 countries mostly affecting underserved communities with limited access to health and veterinary systems. Successful rabies control programmes comprise of three…

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Experiment of Biological sciences

Biologists and other scientists use the scientific method to ask questions about the natural world. The scientific method begins with an observation, which leads the scientist to ask a question. She or…

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Research methods in Biological sciences

A biology investigation usually starts with an observation—that is, something that catches the biologist’s attention. For instance, a cancer biologist might notice that a certain kind of cancer can’t be…

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WHO announces new rabies recommendations

15 January 2018 | Geneva −− The new WHO recommendations for rabies immunization supersede the 2010 WHO position on pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) for rabies. These updated…

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