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  • I received a partial shipment yesterday.
    The pills have always worked very well...as expected.
    That's why I ordered from you again this year...just like last year.
    In fact, yours work better than the 50 mg brand name pills I still have!!
    An since your pills are scored (unlike the brand name ones that I have to use a knife to split), I can easily lower the dosage to 25 mg...which is all I need.
    Thank you for a great product at a reasonable price!

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