An upstate New York millionaire celebrating his 65th birthday in Costa Rica plummeted 100 feet to his doom while propelling down the side of a treetop restaurant. John Anderson, of Pittsford, NY, fell to his death Saturday while at a rainforest restaurant, which offers diners the unique experience of rappelling down to the ground after...
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FEBRUARY 21, 2013
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FOREIGN BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - INTEGRATED PRESCRIPTION SOLUTIONS, INC.
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