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    I'm sorry to post this on this message board, but I can't find another place to post it, and I am a former member of this community (BHH). Can one of the administrators tell me if Caprice is still around? I wanted to thank her for something she said one time that is still a great help to me.
     
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    sorry but there are no moderators any more. webmd decided they were unneccesary.


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