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About the Medical Surveillance Monthly Report

The Medical Surveillance Monthly Report, published continually since 1995, is a peer-reviewed journal of the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Division. The MSMR provides monthly reports describing the incidence, distribution, impact, or trends of illness and injuries among members of the United States Armed Forces and other beneficiaries (e.g., family members, retirees, civilian employees) of the Military Health System. Reports are based on data or public health information with direct relevance to the operational fitness of military members or MHS beneficiaries’ health, safety, and well-being. MSMR readership consists of public health practitioners, clinicians, and leadership from military health domains. The subscriber list also reaches scientists, researchers, and educators from academia and the private sectors.


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Last Updated: July 11, 2023
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