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Institut Pasteur at fore of rabies fight

Publication date 28 October 2020 | 11:26 | ICT

French microbiologist Louis Pasteur created the world’s first rabies vaccine in 1885, and it is fitting that, 135 years later, the institute that bears his name is leading the Kingdom’s efforts in fighting the disease.

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