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Saturday, Dec 22 2007
We’ve been in business for 29 years and are America’s trusted Hypertension authority for 17 years! Armina Hypertension Association, Inc., the company that owns and operates Severe Hypertension (for 4+ years), has researched the Hypertension industry independently since 1989.
Armina Hypertension Association, Inc., a Tampa, FL-based publisher/consulting firm, publishes a variety of market research studies about different service and healthcare sectors, as well as an independent market research study called: “Individual Differences and Essential Hypertension” The 3th edition of this study was published in April 2007. Fortune 500 companies pay us thousands for our proprietary research and forecasts. Now, you, the consumer, can benefit from our vast knowledge and special expertise for a tiny fraction of the cost.
Since we ARE independent, you can be sure that our opinions and reviews and Hypertension reports on SevereHypertension.net are indeed unbiased. Our good reputation is at stake. Armina Hypertension Association covers a wide range of service industries, but the Hypertension market is our specialty.
Since we do NOT sell or operate any Hypertension programs or products, the best plans we find for you, via the online questionnaire you complete at this website, are TOTALLY unbiased findings. We are here to serve YOU.
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President, Research Director, SevereHypertension.net website editor:
Alexander Davidyan, MD, PHD
Larkin, K. T., PhD, RD, FACN, CNS
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