By yuck - 15/11/2011 14:38 - United Kingdom
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I would have just said that it's too late to effectively treat if you show signs of rabies, but I do live the state where they saved the first person's life who wasn't treated immediately after the bite. This happened not even a decade ago, and only 5 additional people have survived the treatment since. So in summary, if you don't treat it right away, your chances are pretty grim. Even if there's a 99 percent chance you don't contract rabies, is it really worth the 1 percent chance that you die from an entirely preventable disease?
Damn, I'm sitting here on FML, whislt easting dinner, I see this and now I can't eat it. I'm eating breaded Chicken balls. Thanks.