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Important Notice to our Valued Customers: 

To our valued customers:

Effective January 1st, 2015 we will no longer be issuing a print version of our magazine As such, we are no longer accepting subscriptions to the print version. The print version of the Summer 2014 and Fall 2014 issues can be purchased individually as they become available. For all of our customers who have print subscriptions that extend beyond the all 2014 edition, you will be receiving a notice stating the above and requesting that you send us your e-mail address to add to our database for the digital editions. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause to our readers.

Please note, that the digital subscription is NOT printable. However, we are offering a special type of subscription, called a "PRINTABLE." This subscription provides you with a version of the magazine which can be printed from any printer, and has no limits on the number of times printed. This subscription is designed for health care providers and support groups, however anyone may purchase this subscription. 

The Magpie Media Team


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