The Medical Follow-up Agency (MFUA) was founded shortly after World War II at the urging of Dr. Michael DeBakey, then a Colonel in the Office of the Army Surgeon General. In its early years, the program consisted predominantly of clinical follow-up studies in which veterans were examined for after-effects of WW II injuries and diseases.
MFUA now conducts a variety of epidemiological research studies, collaborates with qualified researchers from diverse backgrounds to obtain and analyze records data.
The MFUA is part of the HMD Office of Military and Veterans Health.
Download the MFUA master bibliography.