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oblongish blue tab with initials CP on back--no idea what this is



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Dan Says:

Not sure if this is what you have - but I know of an oblongh bluish tablet with C | P on one side, and 200 on the other - that is Humibid. Sound familiar at all?

A picture of Humibid can be viewed here. Hope this helps

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