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Wednesday, May 10th 2006

Terrible Trial

The terrible course of rabies.

A Houston area teenager wakes up a few weeks ago from a nap to find a bat in his room, doesn’t realize while he slept the bat bit him and then weeks later develops rabies.

The boy began feeling ill last week, was taken to the hospital and diagnosed with rabies. He was being treated, but Palacio said the chance of survival was poor. Ten people in the United States have died of rabies since 1998, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC.

There is only slight hope.