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Fact or Fiction: Preventive Medicine in the Army

Fact or Fiction: Preventive Medicine in the Army

Preventive medicine in the U.S. Army is similar to civilian medicine. Test your knowledge with the preventive medicine in the U.S. Army quiz.


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