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Volume 19, Number 4—April 2013

Perspective

Discrepancies in Data Reporting for Rabies, Africa

Louis H. NelComments to Author 
Author affiliation: University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa

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Number of rabies cases in animals reported in 2007 from countries in Africa classified as developing countries. Data were obtained from Southern and Eastern African Rabies Group reports (black bars), the World Health Organization (Rabnet) (21) (white bars), and the World Organisation for Animal Health World Animal Health Information Database (gray bars).

Figure 1. . . Number of rabies cases in animals reported in 2007 from countries in Africa classified as developing countries. Data were obtained from Southern and Eastern African Rabies Group reports (black bars), the World Health Organization (Rabnet) (21) (white bars), and the World Organisation for Animal Health World Animal Health Information Database (gray bars).

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