70% of rabies experts believe vaccine tests rely too much on animal models

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70% of rabies experts believe vaccine tests rely too much on animal models

A literary review has revealed that a majority of rabies experts believe vaccine tests rely too heavily on animal tests. In spite of availability of alternatives and regulatory requirements, their use in industry lags behind. The review looked at factors that influence the disparity.
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