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Message from the Special Assistant

The Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland launched a new health education campaign -- "Courage to Care."

The program is aimed at helping combatants reintegrate back into their families after surviving the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan. Courage to Care consists of ready-to-use fact sheets written for physician providers, as well as servicemen and women, on topics about military life and health.


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