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UA doctor’s drug could buy time between rattlesnake bite and anti-venom treatment

When a rattlesnake bites a human, it releases venom that has more than 100 proteins that can cause local injury, bleeding problems and neurologic problems. The Phoenix Herpetological Society in Scottsdale houses rattlesnakes.
Photo by Michelle Minahen/Cronkite News

When a rattlesnake bites a human, it releases venom that has more than 100 proteins that can cause local injury, bleeding problems and neurologic problems. The Phoenix Herpetological Society in Scottsdale houses rattlesnakes.

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