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FredLanger
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Posted Thu Jul 18, 2002, 8:53am
Subject: For the chronic hypocaffeinemia sufferer
 

Yes, hypocaffeinemia is a medical term I coined many years ago.  I designed this bracelet (with tweaking by a former altie) - anyone want to manufacture it?

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Posted Thu Aug 15, 2002, 1:24pm
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Hi Fred. I love this bracelet. If you find someone to manufacture these put me on the list for a purchase of one. Kevin
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Posted Fri Aug 16, 2002, 7:22am
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Actually, I heard something a while back about a hospital giving some patients caffeine to counteract withdrawal symptoms.  I *thought* maybe this was mentioned by Sasha/Moosemaker????
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