What You Need to Know About Monkeypox
August 3, 2022
Drexel experts offered insights that are cause for both concern and relief, given the rapid spread of this virus and the medical community’s increasing familiarity with it. We spoke with physicians Amy Althoff, associate professor of medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases & HIV Medicine at Drexel’s College of Medicine and medical director of the Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice and Marla Gold, chief wellness officer and senior vice provost for community health. Read more.
If you have questions about monkeypox, please contact your provider's office.
Drexel Medicine is not a monkeypox vaccination center, nor are we a monkeypox testing site. For the Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice, current patients should call the practice with questions about monkeypox vaccination and testing.
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