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M-CM Network: Macrocephaly-Capillary Malformation Syndrome Support and Information (M-CMTC, MCAP) - M-CM Network is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides comprehensive medical information about macrocephaly-capillary malformation syndrome to aid in diagnosis and treatment decisions. Our goal is to establish a disease registry to collect data about affected individuals so that we can greatly expand the scope of what is known about M-CM.

  • http://www.m-cm.net/contact-registry Contact Registry | M-CM Network - The M-CM Network contact registry will be used to inform individuals with M-CM and their guardians about opportunities to participate in research, opportunities to contribute data, discoveries about M-CM that may impact care decisions.

    Country:, North America, US

    City: -93.297 Minnesota, United States

  • D. J. - Windows 7 64bit

    I recently had to upgrade my computer and the new laptop came with Windows 7 64bit, we use Quickbooks 2005 and dont need anything fancier than that. I tried to install QB2005 pro on the new laptop and quickly found it to be incompatible with windows 7. After looking over all the reviews on QB 2010 I quickly realized I dont need the constant nag screens and other bloat it seems to have. So I did some quick research and found for 90 dollars I could upgrade win 7 home premium to windows 7 pro, the purpose of this upgrade was because pro has xp compatibility mode that lets you run older software in a virtual Windows XP machine. I must say windows makes a lot of mistakes but this worked perfectly, after upgrading windows to pro you download virtual xp mode and virtual pc from microsoft. after installing the xp mode compatibility software I was able to install QB2005, and it now shows up in my windows 7 start menu and runs just like its supposed to.

  • saintbrandi - This is shoots really good and pretty far.

    This is shoots really good and pretty far. What I didn't understand when I bought it was that you have to reload after every bullet shot. It's a cheaper, smaller Nerf gun, so you kind of get what you pay for in that area. It does shoot really good though.