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barb ( newt@kmbs.com )
Sun, 21 Feb 1999 13:07:16 -0500

I don't think the rabie vaccine is manditory because it just isn't seen
as that big a threat here. There is a risk of reaction with any vaccine
and they prob think the risk of getting bit by an effected animal is less
than the risk of a reaction to the shot. What concerns me is children are
no longer vaccinated for small pox. I, for one, am not convinced it is
erraticated from the face of the earth and we now have two generations
unprotected. It remains buried in two locations, still alive and still a
threat with no hope of making enough vaccine to vaccinate everybody. I
will ask our clinic girls why the rabie vaccination isn't being used much.
"No, heaven will not ever Heaven be: Unless my cats are there to welcome
me." Unknown


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