Rabies attacks the central nervous system relentlessly.

The virus quickly spreads throughout the brain.

Late-stage symptoms indicate widespread neurological damage.

No known cure for rabies exists currently.

The virus evades the body's immune response.

Treatment options are limited and largely ineffective.

Rabies is almost always fatal once symptoms appear.

The virus damages vital organs irreversibly.

Neurological complications make treatment challenging.

The virus hijacks and disrupts cellular functions.