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Every year more than 20,000 people die in India due to Rabies. This accounts for nearly 36% of the total deaths due to Rabies world-wide. Most industrialised nations have effectively controlled Rabies. Even though the best methods for the prevention of Rabies are available in India, the penetration of awareness regarding the use of these is still lacking. APCRI is leading the war against the Rabies... 

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Seminar on Rabies PEP

We are happy to inform you that a seminar on “Rabies Post Exposure Prophylaxis-Recommendations and Practices” will be conducted by the Association for Prevention and Control of Rabies in India, at Hotel Connaught CP, New Delhi, on Sunday, 17th March 2013 from 10.00 am to 4 pm. Registration is complimentary (no registration fees) but compulsory for those who are interested in attending the Seminar.... 

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World Rabies Day 2012

The mission of World Rabies Day is to raise awareness about the impact of human and animal rabies, how easy it is to prevent it, and how to eliminate the main global sources. Even though the major impact of rabies occurs in regions of the world where many needs are present, rabies should no longer be neglected. The tools and technology for human rabies prevention and dog rabies elimination are available. Rabies... 

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World Rabies Day 2011

World Rabies Day 2011 was comemmorated in Trivandrum, Kerala, India with an awareness rally. classes for medical, dental and nursing  students, CME for doctors and interns from 28th to 30th  of Sept 2011. Rabies exhibition at C-1/15, Rana Pratap Bagh, New Delhi-110007 . WORLD RABIES DAY PROGRAM AT GOVERNMENT MEDICAL COLLEGE, SRINAGAR,... 

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APCRICON 2011: A Huge Success!

The 13th National Conference of Association for Prevention and Control of Rabies in India which was held at Chennai on the 9th and 10th of July, has been a huge success. Please follow the following links for details. APCRICON 2011 Day-1 Photos APCRICON 2011 Day-2 Photos APCRICON 2011 Presentations  Read More →

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Rabies Awareness for Doctors, New Delhi

In an attempt to spread awareness about Rabies, last week, a medical education program was organized for doctors at Indian Medical Association (IMA) Hall, I.T.O., New Delhi. The topic of discussion was “Proper steps of Post-Exposure Prophylaxis and the importance of Rabies Immunoglobulin”. It was attended by seventy six doctors including family physicians, pediatricians and few medical professionals... 

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World Rabies Day, 2011

World Rabies Day highlights the impact of human and animal rabies and promotes how to prevent and stop the disease by combating it in animals. The Alliance for Rabies Control reports that 55 000 people die every year from rabies, an average of one death every 10 minutes. This World Rabies Day on September 28, lets pledge to act towards a Rabies Free India. Official World Rabies Day Website APCRI... 

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RIACON 2011 Invitation

Rabies in Asia Foundation invites APCRI for its 3rd Annual Conference, RIACON 2011, at Hotel Galadari, Colombo, Srilanka from November 28 to 30, 2011. Download Invitation Letter  Read More →

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Apcricon 2011 Day 1 – Photos

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New President assumes office

The new office bearers of APCRI for 2011-13 assumed office in the EC meeting held at Hotel Grand Solitaire, Hyderabad, on 14th August 2011.The new president, Dr. S. Abdul Rahman chaired the 28th EC meeting.The following EC members were present- Dr.G.Sampath, Past President Dr.Bankim B Patnaik, Vice President Dr.Thomas Mathew, Secretary General Dr.V.Srinivas Rao, Treasurer Dr.Sumit Poddar,... 

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