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Introducing a Community Leader

Hi,

Please join me in welcoming Plateletgal as the new Community Leader for the Epstein Barr Virus (EBV) Community. Plateletgal is also the CL of Fribromyalgis/CFS Community and has much knowledge as it relates to EBV.  We look forward to working with Plateletgal and the community to continue improving and growing the EBV Community.

Cheryl
MedHelp Community Mgr
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Congratulations!  I know your knowledge & insight have already helped me a lot since I found Medhelp, and I'm sure that won't change in the future!!  ;-)
BTW, I thought you were already a CL in EBV......???
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Congrats Plateletgal! I thought you were already the leader also! You have a wealth of knowledge and I certainly appreciate you!
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Bout Time--lol  I wont 4get to sat Pleaseeee-lol   Congrats buddy-Your the Best-  Padro46
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Thanks guys... you're the best !  I figured I'd offer to get the official star since I check out this board every single day anyway. ; ^ )  

Oh and Padro.... "THANK YOU!!!"  ; ^ )


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