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Hi all,

I was hoping to get some opinions of whether or not CNS, Inc. is too focused on the BreatheRight line to sustain profitability once the patent runs out on the nasal strips.

Also, for how much longer do they hold the patent before other companies can start making the same strips and compete with BreatheRight? Most of this company's success comes from these strips and as a potential investor, I am worried that the inevitable competition from P&G or J&J will seriously damage the stock.

Any thoughts?

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