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March 08, 2016

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Florence, Please contact Arc4life here:
https://www.storesonlinepro.com/store/615058/internationalarc4lifeorders

Florence

Hi I am also from Singapore. My problem is also very serious. I suffer for 5 years of thoracic pain. I went to MRI but I was fine. The doctor said it was due to my sleeping posture. Over these 5 years, i changed alot of pillows but non work. Lately i switch to becoming back sleeper and my thoracic pain seem to be gradually improved. But now i suffer from severe neck and shoulder pain. I will also like to try out this pillow. Can help me get in touch with arc4life ? Thanks.

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Mich, let me get in touch with this patient if possible.Thank you for your feedback.

Mich

Hi,

I am also from Singapore. I have similar problems as Yi Ling and I would appreciate any feedback from her after trying Arc4life pillow.

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