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    05-14-2013, 09:28 PM
Equine Flu Research

Good evening,

I am a business student at the University of Oregon obtaining information on an equestrian medical product. This email is strictly for informational purposes and not trying to sell you anything. If you have a few minutes to spare I would like to hear your opinions and feedback about this product.

Below is a link to a survey about the product. It should not take more than five minutes to complete. I understand your time is valuable and I appreciate your response

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    05-15-2013, 12:18 AM
Green Broke
Not a very well written survey, but oh well I did best I could. Needs some none of the above, or I wouldnt at all answers. The questions make assumptions that simply arnt true.
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    05-15-2013, 05:55 PM
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I agree with the above. I perhaps should not have filled it in as I am in the UK.
The moment I saw 'Homeopathic' I knew I would never use it.
    05-19-2013, 10:01 AM
Green Broke
Yeh that's what I meant about the questionbs about packaging, "does the package give you all the info you need ? Well yes it does, the info I need to not buy it. But that wasnt the choice. Also "How much would you pay?" umm I wouldnt pay anything, but that wasnt an option either.
    05-19-2013, 10:34 AM
Yes,the survey was poorly written.
Influential packaging? Doesn't say in the positive or negative.
How would you go get stuff? I'd drive.

This product sounds like the nasal spray made for people to help prevent contracting the flu or maybe the one for moistening nasal passage. As it states it is FDA approved I suspect it's the same thing.
The indication states it is for minor cough due to irritation but then they ask about flu shots?
    05-19-2013, 08:27 PM
Green Broke
Water is fda approved, doesnt mean it will cure anything. Basic snake oil scam.

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