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Without the vital work of Louis Pasteur we would not have the vaccines and many Image: Unsplash/Mufid Majnun

Rodney E. Rohde

Regents' Professor of Clinical Laboratory Science, Texas State University

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An illustration of Louis Pasteur, supervising the administration of the rabies vaccine at the Pasteur Institute in Paris in 1886.
An illustration of Louis Pasteur, right, supervising the administration of the rabies vaccine at the Pasteur Institute in Paris in 1886. Image: Library of Congress/Interim Archives via Getty Images

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The deadly rabies virus. Although preventable by vaccination, rabies still kills approximately 59,000 people worldwide every year. Image: Nano Clustering/Science Photo Library via Getty Images

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