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I Am Navy Medicine – with MS – Meagan Christoph, MC3 retired

With purposeful focus…When Meagan Christoph was a U.S. Navy mass communication specialist assigned On Limited Duty status to Naval Hospital Bremerton, she provided a number of printed articles and accompanying photo coverage on Navy Medicine personnel, procedures and practices. She was medically retired from active duty and was recently diagnosed with multiple sclerosis – thanks to timely Navy Medicine identification of the disease – which is an autoimmune disease that impacts a person’s central nervous system such as the brain, optic nerves, spinal cord. It can’t be cured. But it can be treated, which is exactly what she is doing, with the help of Navy Medicine and civilian healthcare experts (Official Navy photo by Douglas H Stutz, NHB/NMRTC Bremerton public affairs officer).

VIRIN: 200521-N-HU933-031.JPG
Photo by: Douglas Stutz
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Resolution: 3847x3259
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Location: Bremerton, WA

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