Human rabies surveillance and control in China, 2005–2012

  title={Human rabies surveillance and control in China, 2005–2012},
  author={Miao Song and Qing Ying Tang and Simon Rayner and Xiao-yan Tao and Hao Li and Zhen-yang Guo and Xin-xin Shen and Wen-tao Jiao and W. J. Fang and Jun Wang and Guo-dong Liang},
  booktitle={BMC infectious diseases},
BACKGROUND Rabies reemerged in China during the 1990s with a gradual increase in the number and geographical dispersion of cases. As a consequence, a national surveillance program was introduced in 2005 to investigate the outbreak in terms of vaccination coverage, PEP treatment, and geographical and social composition. METHODS The surveillance program was coordinated at the national level by the Chinese Center for Disease Control (CCDC) with data collected by regional health centres and… CONTINUE READING
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