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Military medicine foundation in Md. develops trauma training temporary tattoos

An employee of a military medicine foundation in Bethesda has developed temporary tattoos that can be used in trauma care training. Elizabeth Weissbrod, who works at the Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine at the Uniformed Services University, developed PaperCut Trauma temporary tattoos at the Val G. Hemming Simulation Center in Silver Spring. The ...

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