Healthy Navajo K'é

Syphilis in Babies

March 14, 2022 Diné College and Northern Arizona University Season 2 Episode 4
Healthy Navajo K'é
Syphilis in Babies
Show Notes

In order to bring awareness to the rising cases of Syphilis on the Navajo Nation, host Amber-Rose discusses this topic with special guests Rebecca Scranton, Faith Baldwin, and Bree Anderson with Arizona Department of Health Services-STI Control Program and Cheryl Cook and Justine Yazzie with Navajo Infectious Diseases Control & Prevention Program under the Navajo Department of Health. In this episode, we discuss the risks syphilis has on both the mother and baby during pregnancy and after birth, prevention methods, treatment options and resources that are available to everyone. 


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This podcast was sponsored in part by the Arizona Department of Health Services through federal funding from the Title V Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant. The views expressed are the sole responsibility of Diné College and Northern Arizona University and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Arizona Department of Health Services or the United States Government.

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