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Reserve lieutenant aids in marrow collection

Second Lt. Stephanie Fox instructs Capt. Bryce Ponis of the 172nd Multifunctional Medical Battalion based in Ogden, Utah, on how to properly take a sample of saliva for bone marrow testing. Thanks to the coordination of Fox, volunteering soldiers will be added to a national roster of possible matches for much needed children and adults suffering from Leukemia. (Capt. Chad Nixon, Public Affairs Officer, 807th Medical Command (Deployment Support))



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This work, Reserve lieutenant aids in marrow collection [Image 3 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 11:42

Photo ID:1133890

VIRIN:130602-A-ZZ999-003

Resolution:3648x2736

Size:3.72 MB

Location:OGDEN, UT, USGlobe

Hometown:OGDEN, UT, US

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