Vaccines use to reduce risks of getting a disease or ill by improving your immune system. When you get a vaccine, it will immune your body against the particular disease. So the chance of getting sick is less. The treatment of Rabies disease was administered under the observation of scientist Louis Pasteur. Since that time, Rabies vaccines always have been the first importance from progress in production and control. So as regards vaccines for human use around 1955, there was a changeover in the preparation of vaccines from animal nervous tissue to embryonated eggs and soon afterwards, from about 1960, to adaptation of Rabies virus to cultures of human diploid cells.