Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, June 13th, 2004
Under the new policy, families will be connected by phone with either the injured soldier or the soldier's doctor or nurse at the combat hospital.
The goal is to provide as much accurate information as possible, said Col. James K. Gilman, director of health policy and services in the Army surgeon general's office.
The Army's 2nd Medical Brigade adopted the guidelines after being lobbied by the family of a Geauga County staff sergeant killed in...
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