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Rabies Challenge Fund Charitable Tr

Rating: 5 stars   1 review 442

Address:

11561 Salinaz Ave Garden Grove CA 92843 USA

Mission:

In accordance with its stated exempt purpose, the organization raises funds which will be donated to veterinary medical univerities to finance two concurrent canine rabies vaccine challenge studies, a study of canine rabies vaccine adjuvants and to set up a rabies adverse reaction reporting system. Dr. Ronald schultz performs his research on these studies at the university of wisconsin.

Programs:

The ongoing research of dr. Ronald schultz was not funded until january of 2015.

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www.rabieschallengefund.org

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Rating: 5 stars  

The Rabies Challenge Fund is a great way to help change how often rabies vaccination and other vaccines are given in the veterinary field. Studies have shown that our pets are being over vaccinated, which leads to health problems in the long run such as autoimmune diseases. The Rabies Challenge fund mission is to determine how long animals have immunity against rabies, so they can determine how frequently the vaccine should be administered. Right now, they are working on their fifth year of studying immunity to rabies. Help them make it to year six and seven. And hopefully, we can change the vaccination protocol to protect the health of our pets.Check out their website and spread the word.

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Very Well

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Life-changing

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When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2012

 
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