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January 21, 2006

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bill

can you send us the discount code and price for the posit science program. thanks for the lead and good brain info.

Bob Burtscher

Please send me the discount code and price the the Posit Science Program. So far so good for my and my wifes thinking processes but potential flaws are starting to develop. Thanks for your recommendations and information.

George F. Hitzfeld

Please send me the discount code and price the the Posit Science Program.
I am a 69 yr old male who had a fantastic memory but after taking Lipitor for 6 yrs my short term memory is now 10%(I was tested) Thank you very much for your help.

Trudy McNulty

I am very interested in getting the Posit Science program for my husband who suffered a tramatic brain injury in an accident 15 months ago. I understand that there is no data available on the results of a brain injury patient using this but I am willing to try anything to help him. It was exciting to see that it can be obtained at a lower price than the $495. advertized. Our expenses for his therapies and other needs are mounting and any savings we can get will be most helpful. Please send me the discount code to obtain the program.
Thank you.
Trudy McNulty

John Doering

Please send me the discount code and price for the Posit Science Program.

John

Linda McGrath

If you still have it, I would love to receive the discount code for the program. Im very interested in it but its a bit outside of my budget as it is!!

Mel Lo

Please send me the discount code if it's still available. I'd really love to be able to give this to my 87-year old father as a gift. He's doing well for his age but is suffering from memory loss, particularly from his brain surgery many years ago. Thank you!

DIANA CRAIG

I WOULD LOVE TO GET THE DISCOUNT CODE FOR POSIT SCIENCE FOR MY SON WHO HAD A STROKE AND THE THERAPIST SAYS SHE HAS DONE ALL SHE CAN. WE WILL NOT ACCEPT THAT, HE IS ONLY 39 THANK YOU

Randall Rose

please send discount code

nan mccord

I am interested in buying the
Posit Science program at
wholesale.
Please advise me on the discount code

Jim

Please send me the discount code and price for the Posit Science program

Andy

Can you please send me the discount code and the discounted price for the the Posit Science brain fitness program. Thanks.

Ransom Yoder

Please send code

Guillaume777

$495 ? Why is it so expensive ? All you get is headphone and a cd.... My gut feeling is that if you reduce the cost to $70-100, you will sell millions of those. I can see many people buying this as birthday gifts, for chrismas, etc for $80. However at $495 no one will buy it !

Chris

please send me the discount code. I would like to get the program for my father who has early onset dimentia.
Thanks,

Ric Denis

Can you please send us the discount code and price for the Posit Science Program. I did some reserch after reading about it in Maclean's. If I can reduce the cost it would really help our situation. Thanks.

James Miller

Please send me the discount code, and discount price.

Thank you very much!
jim

James Miller

Oops, can you delete my email address on my previous post, please?

jim

orville marshall

Please send me discount for the Posit Science Program. Thank you.

orville marshall

Please send the discount code for the Posit Science Program. Thanks

TulsaTom

Please send wholesale pricing and discount code for Posit Science program

TulsaTom

Please send wholesale pricing and discount code for Posit Science program

Elizabeth Brown

discount code/price for Posit program? thanks

David Justiniano

could you send me the discount code and the price for the Posit program?

Phoenix

I am interested in purchasing the brain fitness program, and the discount sure would help. Thanks!

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