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Public Health Sciences researchers finding better ways to care for opioid-dependent babies at Greenville Health System


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Rachel Mayo, Ph.D.

Addicted babies research by Rachel Mayo of Clemson University
A professor and research coordinator in the Department of Public Health Science, Mayo has research interests that include, women and maternal health and cancer prevention. Her and her team are currently analyzing eight years of data gathered on opioid-dependent babies born at GHS as part of a $1.3 million grant from the South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. The goad is to learn whether outcomes are different for NAS babies born at GHS compared to hospitals in the rest of the state and whether the GHS model can be replicated in other South Carolina hospitals. Read More

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