See below to access more information about rabies, KEDRAB® (Rabies Immune Globulin [Human]) resources, and other educational materials.

Rabies Prevention Scenarios – Every Patient Is Different

See multiple exposure scenarios where rabies prevention was needed.

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KEDRAB Product Replacement Program

Your institution may be eligible for free product replacement if KEDRAB becomes unusable.

Read information about the rabies virus and the efficacy and safety of KEDRAB.

KEDRAB Formulary Monograph

Get detailed information about the rabies virus, current post-exposure prophylaxis guidelines, and the efficacy and safety of KEDRAB for rabies exposure.

KEDRAB Patient Assistance Program


Financial assistance for patients who need it most.


If your patients are uninsured, they may be eligible for KEDRAB product assistance.* To learn more, call 1-866-234-3732. Patients can fax applications to 1-408-419-1768 or upload at MyKedrab.medmonk.com

Additional Resources:

Relevant news about rabies and KEDRAB

Find out about new developments in rabies education and treatments, including KEDRAB.

Professional Organizations

Explore websites and organizations dedicated to providing rabies resources and statistics.

*In order to be eligible, patients must provide documentation of proof of income and a diagnosis and dosing prescription that is consistent with FDA approved label from a US licensed prescriber with an established practice located in the US. Documentation of proof of residency will not routinely be required, but may be requested at any time by the program through an audit (i.e, copy of current valid driver’s license or recent utility bill). Federally funded patients are not eligible to receive assistance through the PAP. This includes – but is not limited to: Medicare, Medicaid (including spend downs), Tricare, and VA benefits. Service fee of 2% will cover claim processing, contacting patients, and obtaining and reviewing patient financial documents.