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Unification of MILVAX-VHCN brings Immunization Health into Renewed Focus

Lt. Col. Jorge Carrillo (right), acting director, MILVAX-VHCN, and Dr. Limone Collins, deputy director of clinical services, will lead the integration of military vaccine programs into one unified organization, with a renewed focus on patient health throughout the Military Health System (MHS). (U.S. Army photo by Joseph Palgutt, OTSG/IMD Technical Services)



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This work, Unification of MILVAX-VHCN brings Immunization Health into Renewed Focus [Image 2 of 2], is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:10.01.2013

Date Posted:01.02.2014 09:54

Photo ID:1145982

VIRIN:140103-A-DU123-021

Resolution:4928x3264

Size:6.17 MB

Location:SAN ANTONIO, TX, USGlobe

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