Tropical Medicine Course Comes to Camp Lemonnier

CAMP LEMONNIER, DJIBOUTI- Lt. Cmdr. Nehkonti Adams, Doctor, Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases, details how traditional medicine interacts with modern medicine in the cultures of developing nations during the Tropical Military Medicine Course at Camp Lemonnier, 15 Nov. 2016.  The Tropical Medical course supports the operational needs of AFRICOM and the Special Operations Command and is a requirement for all medical professionals deploying to provide health care on the African continent.
CAMP LEMONNIER, DJIBOUTI- Lt. Cmdr. Nehkonti Adams, Doctor, Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases, details how traditional medicine interacts with modern medicine in the cultures of developing nations during the Tropical Military Medicine Course at Camp Lemonnier, 15 Nov. 2016. The Tropical Medical course supports the operational needs of AFRICOM and the Special Operations Command and is a requirement for all medical professionals deploying to provide health care on the African continent.
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