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Maryland resident dies of rabies in state's first case since 1976

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A Maryland resident died of rabies in the state's first such case in nearly four decades. The death was confirmed by the state's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, which did not release any other information about the victim. Officials don't know how the individual came to contract the virus. Fewer than five cases a year of rabies in humans have been diagnosed in the U.S. over the past...

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