Statements by HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra, Assistant Secretary for Health Admiral Rachel Levine, and Deputy Assistant Secretary for Population Affairs Jessica Marcella on the Inaugural National Adolescent Health Month
Naturally Occurring Plants Used on the Hopi Indian Reservation for Medicine and Food.
- CDRH Health of Women Program
- UC San Diego Health Pays $2.98 Million to Resolve Allegations of Ordering Unnecessary Genetic Testing
- HHS Emphasizes Healthy Aging to Delay Onset of Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias
- Parsing the role of race in Alzheimer’s biomarkers
Presentation Title: Responding to the Rising Rates of Syphilis in Indigenous Communities
In this presentation, Dr Jorge Mera, MD, FACP, Indian Country ECHO Medical Director and Director of Infectious Diseases for Cherokee Nation Health Services (CNHS), highlights best practices for responding to the rise of syphilis rates in Indigenous communities. The session included an opportunity to engage in a didactic presentation focused on the epidemiology, diagnostic testing & screening, staging, and treatment of syphilis as well as an opportunity to join an upcoming Infectious Disease ECHO program.
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