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Log In / Register | May 25, 2016

COLORADO SPRINGS - Tanya Mitchell, LearningRx's vice president of franchise development for the past 11 years, and daughter of CEO Dr. Ken Gibson, took issue with Blue MauMau's recent article and its title, "LearningRx 'Brain Training' Franchise Settles with FTC for False Claims."

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