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Testimonial from Greg Nevison

Hi guys
I recommend that tomorrow morning you put a few common aspirins in a little tinfoil package in your various car door pockets. I just visited a friend who had a significant heart attack yesterday while driving to the gym. (There were no prior warnings and no family heart ailments). He managed to swallow the 2 he had stashed in his car while he was having the heart attack. The cardiologist said that definitively saved his life. He managed a hair raising drive through red lights to the hospital and collapsed on the emergency room floor to get the care he needed.

My episode wasn't as severe but again the cardiologist said that by taking the 2 aspirins I prevented the severity of my attack. So simple!

Have a good evening

Greg Nevison
Senior Vice President Construction
Tridel Corporation

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