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Reserve lieutenant aids in marrow collection

Capts. Bryce Ponis and Jonathan Etienne, assigned to the 172nd Multifunctional Medical Battalion based in Ogden, Utah, take saliva samples to add to the bone marrow registry. The samples will be sent off to a lab and stored on file for possible bone marrow matches in the future. (Capt. Chad Nixon, Public Affairs Officer, 807th Medical Command (Deployment Support))



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This work, Reserve lieutenant aids in marrow collection [Image 5 of 5], by CPT Chad Nixon, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:06.02.2013

Date Posted:12.13.2013 11:41

Photo ID:1133881

VIRIN:130602-A-zz999-001

Resolution:3648x2736

Size:3.9 MB

Location:OGDEN, UT, USGlobe

Hometown:OGDEN, UT, US

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