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Old 06-27-2020, 08:07 AM #1
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Default What happened to MDjunction MG website?

Folks, I was a member of a web group called MDjunction and then without notice the site was taken down in February, 2020. When I was first diagnosed with MG the individuals posting in that site were extremely helpful and comforting to me. Anyone know what happened to the site? Did it change it's name or move to another web domain. Any information about MDjunction would be appreciated.
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