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ctbeth posted:
I receive a Neurology magazine that offers free subscriptions.

I have two free subscription cards.

If you are interested, please let me know here, and we can then make arrangements for me to send the card to you, or fill it out for you and send in.

Last year, two from this group got subscribed this way.

It's a very informative journal and you do NOT have to be a medical professional to benefit; it's good for RNs, but appropriate for patients, too.
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dawngri responded:
Hi Beth. I've been off for too long. Got snowed in without power for 3 days. Glad that is over.



If you still have a neurology mag subscription, I'll be glad to take it. DAWN
 
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ctbeth replied to dawngri's response:
Hi Dawn!

Yes, we were pretty snowed in, too!

You have my email, and I have yours, so we can make the arrangement that way, ok?

It's an especially helpful reference for an RN, as you and I are, but also useful for non-medical pain management patients.

I'll chat with you more on real email, ok?

Glad that you wrote,

Bet
 
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annette030 responded:
This is a great magazine, I thought I posted to this already...

Thank you again, Beth. (She got me going on this magazine also.) You do not have to be a medical professional to read it.

Hugs, Annette
 
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TDXSP08 replied to annette030's response:
I would like to receive it if still available?

Please
i have no small step for man, but i have 6 tires for mankind,Watch your Toes!
 
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ctbeth replied to TDXSP08's response:
Yes, I had two and one is left.
I thought that I sent it to you last year.

Email me your address, yeah, I know your name.


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