Date: Thursday, February 27 2020
Time: 10 AM Pacific time
Rates of infectious and congenital syphilis are on the rise in Canada. Please join Dr. Troy Grennan (BC Centre for Disease Control) and Dr. Todd Hatchette (NS Health Authority) as they review key information to help healthcare professionals screen, diagnose and treat syphilis.
Note: This presentation includes graphic photos of clinical manifestations of syphilis infection.
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