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Jeffrey S. Cain, MD

Jeffrey S. Cain, MD

Dr. Jeffrey Cain is an emergency medicine physician practicing in McKinney, Texas. He is a graduate of West Point and the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, with service in the 75th Ranger Regiment as an infantry officer and later as a battalion physician. Other active-duty Army assignments included academic director for the Army Combat Medic Course and research physician with the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research. He has conducted extensive TCCC training for the Department of Defense and other government organizations, and is currently serving as the vice chairman for the Committee on TCCC. Cain has reported receiving honoraria and/or research support, either directly or indirectly, from the sponsor of this supplement, North American Rescue.

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