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    Welcome Your New Moderator
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    Byroney_WebMD_Staff posted:
    I've been fortunate to be the moderator here (except for one brief break) for close to three years now. I want to thank everyone for allowing me to share your stories and lend support upon occasion.

    Your new moderator, Haylen, will be taking over on Monday, April 10th. I know you'll really enjoy having her here, and I hope you'll make her feel welcome.

    Heart healthy wishes to all,

    Byroney
    Nothing in life is to be feared. It is only to be understood. -Marie Curie

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    toneman84084 responded:
    Thanks for your time and all the help you have provided, it's been great!

    Tony


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