Migraine and Headache Awareness Month

Migraine

June is Migraine and Headache Awareness Month.  Millions of people are plagued with migraines and headaches all across the nation.  For those who suffer, it is a debilitating disease that can affect day-to-day life.  Unlike headaches, migraines take a more aggressive toll on the body: “Symptoms include moderate to severe pain, sensitivity to light, noises or odors, blurred vision, nausea or vomiting, stomach upset, abdominal pain, loss of appetite, sensations of warm or cold, paleness, fatigue, dizziness, and can shift from one side to the other or encompass the whole head” (Migraine Treatment Centers of America).  Many people suffering with migraines are unaware or uneducated on what is happening to them and what they can do to help themselves through the pain.  That is what this month is all about: helping people become aware of how they can treat, and possibly prevent, their pain.

Doctors, websites, and books all give different ways to prevent and treat migraines.  Everyone’s body is different, however.  What works for one person may not work for another.  Here is where the majority of the complications of dealing with migraines come into play; with each body being different, there is no universal treatment for migraines.  The Mayo Clinic provides several techniques and treatment options to help prevent and manage migraines:

For Prevention:

  • For many people, certain things can trigger a migraine.  It is recommended to learn what triggers a person’s migraines, and to take steps to avoid them.  These can include certain foods, perfumes, stress or not keeping a steady routine.
  • Exercising is key to overall health.  When it comes to migraines, regular exercise helps the body to relax, thus helping to prevent migraines.

For Treatment during a Migraine:

  • Relaxing is key during a migraine attack.  Lying down in a cool, dark room and trying to sleep is most important to help relieve the symptoms.
  • Combined with massaging the hurting area, using a hot or cold compress can help to numb or lessen the pain.

Even with all the advancements in medicine and technology, migraines are still a mystery. There is hope, however, for all the men, women and children who suffer from migraines. New medications are continually coming out to help aid in the prevention of migraines.  More and more triggers are being discovered and pin pointed.  Knowing what causes a migraine means that doctors are one step closer to being able to completely prevent them.  More and more homeopathic regimens are being shared from person to person.  People are working together to help with each other’s pain and suffering.  Knowing what is going on in one’s body and not being alone in that pain is half the battle.

The more that people know and understand about migraines, the more they can do to help themselves and others. National Migraine and Headache Awareness Month is the opportunity to promote awareness and share information, reaching  far more people. It’s also a time to show support and help others understand they are not alone in their suffering.

For more information on migraines, headaches, and treatments, please see the following websites:

http://www.medicaldaily.com/migraine-awareness-why-migraines-largely-remain-mystery-282238\

http://www.migraineresearchfoundation.org/

http://www.headaches.org/content/migraine-and-headache-awareness-month

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Published in: on June 25, 2014 at 3:13 pm  Leave a Comment  

Angel MedFlight Employees Help Fight Hunger

Collection of Canned Items

Collection of Canned Items – Photo Courtesy of Salvation Army USA

June 4, 2014 (Scottsdale, AZ)

To help bring awareness to the problem of hunger throughout Arizona communities during the summer months, Angel MedFlight employees are working together to collect food during the month of June for donation to St. Mary’s Food Bank of Phoenix.

 

In 2011-13, The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) reported that from 2001 to 2013, 842 million people (approximately one in eight of the world’s population) suffered from chronic hunger, “regularly not getting enough food to conduct an active lifestyle.”  Hunger and poverty statistics, available on feedingamerica.org, show that in 2012, 49 million Americans in the United States lived in food insecure households. In Arizona, the hunger rates are higher than the national averages:

 

  • 17.8% of Arizonans are food insecure, compared to 15.9% nationally
  • 28.2% of Arizonan children face hunger, compared to 21.6% nationally
  • Arizona ranks third in the nation for high food insecurity rates

 

Thankfully, there are numbers of non-profit organizations, like St. Mary’s, that stand together and refuse to accept world hunger.

 

As you may know, Angel MedFlight is headquartered in Arizona and St. Mary’s Food Bank has a long history here in Arizona. Founded by John Van Hengel in 1967, St. Mary’s was the world’s first food bank. Van Hengel started the concept of people “depositing” food, so others in need could “withdrawal” it later, by approaching his local Phoenix church. The church members were thrilled with this idea and donated $3,000 and an empty building to Van Hengel. The rest is history. Van Hengel set a wonderful example for the rest of the country and other food banks soon opened across the U.S. Today, St. Mary’s is the largest food bank in the country.**

 

There will be a bit of friendly competition as all the departments at Angel MedFlight compete to individually collect the most non-perishable items to donate to St. Mary’s Food Bank of Phoenix. Departments will band together to collect items like peanut butter, canned fruits, vegetables and meats, along with other items needed by St. Mary’s. Locally, St. Mary’s gives emergency food assistance to a majority of the 2 million Arizonans that fall into the poverty category.

 

Everyone at Angel MedFlight is excited to be involved and the donations and friendly competion has already started. At the end of the month we’ll hand-deliver all the items to St. Mary’s Food Bank and a winning department will be announced. However, we’ll all feel like winners, having been able to take part in helping prevent some families from going hungry this summer.

 

For a list of other not-for-profit hunger relief organizations in your area, or anywhere in the country, visit greatnonprofits.org.

 

 

*Source: www.FeedingAmerica.org

**Source: www.firstfoodbank.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

Angel MedFlight Employee Volunteers to Help Foster Youth

Joy Walker

Joy Walker

June 2, 2014 (Scottsdale, AZ)

At Angel MedFlight, Joy Walker is a Salesforce Administrator, but away from the office she is an active volunteer. She volunteers with Hope & A Future, a local nonprofit Christian organization that serves abused and neglected Arizona foster children by providing programs that help them realize their potential and achieve their dreams.

 

Joy got her start volunteering for Hope & A Future four years ago.  She felt that she should be doing something in foster care and learned about the organization after a video presentation at her church.  Joy knew this was what she was looking for. The first year volunteering Joy met her now husband at camp and the two of them share the passion of working with foster youth.

 

Joy participates in programs like their summer camp program called Royal Family Kid’s Camp (RFKC). Each summer foster youth between the ages of 7-11 get to leave their foster homes or group homes and attend this wonderful weeklong camp. The children spend this special time with compassionate camp volunteers providing them with love and care as their “surrogate” aunts, uncles, grandmas and grandpas. During the week the kids all participate in a “birthday bash” with cake, gifts, games and fun! Joy says some of the kids have never had a real birthday party before. Other activities include talent shows, archery, crafts, campfires and bible study.

 

The group also sponsors an event called Teen Reach Adventure Camp (TRAC) for foster youth that have suffered abuse, neglect and abandonment. These three-day camps are designed to help give the youth a positive outlook, by encouraging teamwork, communication and respect, while participating in fun activities like horseback riding, a low-level challenge course and being able to care for animals.

 

Joy says she sees the kids get off the bus at the beginning of camp, skeptical about it all, but soon they become comfortable enough to let their guards down and have fun. She says, “a week of camp is better than a years worth of therapy for them.” Joy also participates in the organization’s other programs like their Princess Program, where a local salon does the girls’ hair and make-up and girls pick out gowns and shoes. Joy recalls helping one little 14-year-old girl pick out a gown, when the little girl told her she’d never worn any kind of dress in her life. Joy says that hearing stories like that make you really appreciate what you have in life.

 

Hope & A Future also offers a year-round mentoring program for children 15 and older that help them achieve the life skills that they’ll need as adults. According to the organization’s website, Arizona has over 10,000 foster children and each year over 725 children ‘age out’ of the system when they turn 18. 1 out of 5 becomes homeless. 1 out of 4 becomes incarcerated. Only 58% graduate high school. Only 3% graduate from college. If you would like to volunteer your time, donate or just learn more, please go to: Hope & A Future.

 

 

Gateway Academy Students Enjoyed Their Visit to Angel MedFlight

Chief Pilot Kindle Tannery helps demonstrate airline safety procedures

Chief Pilot Kindle Tannery helps demonstrate airline safety procedures

April 21, 2014 (Scottsdale, AZ)

For about three hours on April 16th the Angel MedFlight hangar was transformed into an educational treasure trove for the wonderful students that visited us from Gateway Academy. Angel MedFlight hosted the students, in honor of National Autism Awareness Month with a hanger tour and educational event. The students arrived to find the hanger decked out with educational stations they could go to and learn about aviation, safety, flight medicine and more.

 

Questions and Answers session lead by Executive Vice President, Cassandra Graper.

Questions and Answers session lead by Executive Vice President, Cassandra Graper.

 

The event began with a Questions and Answers session lead by Executive Vice President, Cassandra Graper. Plenty of Angel MedFlight crew and staff were on hand to help field questions. The students had great questions about the jets we fly and the destinations we’ve gone to and more. After the Q&A the students took turns visiting the educational stations. Flight Nurses and Flight Paramedics dressed in their flight suits demonstrated CPR on special CPR manikins and answered questions about their role in the medical transport and the students got to try their new CPR skills on the manikins themselves.

 

Learning CPR

Learning CPR

 

 

 

 

 

At another station there was an inflated survival life raft the students could get in while they listened to Director of Operations for Aviation West Charters explain survival techniques and answer questions about the aircraft we use.

 

Students learned about flight medicine

Students learned about flight medicine

Students enjoyed the CPR demonstration

Students enjoyed the CPR demonstration

 

Students got a chance to win Angel MedFlight prizes in a fun airplane toss game and each student got a special keepsake photo taken against a custom Angel MedFlight green screen background that they can put inside an Angel MedFlight mouse pad they each received.

The Airplane Toss game was a hit!

The Airplane Toss game was a hit!

Students got a special keepsake photo

Students got a special keepsake photo

 

Phoenix’s Fox 10 news was there to cover the event and the reporter got everyone to dance on camera. It was a good time had by all and the students learned a lot about what we do. Angel MedFlight also surprised the students by donating 15 iMac computers to Gateway Academy.

A chance to be a Flight Nurse!

A chance to be a Flight Nurse!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Hosting this event for the Gateway Academy students was more than raising awareness during National Autism Month and giving back to the community,” said Executive Vice President, Cassandra Graper, “it was our way of providing these students with the opportunity to learn about the air medical and aviation industry and providing them with tools that will help further their education while back in the classroom.”

The students of Gateway Academy and the Angel MedFlight Crew had a fun time!

The students of Gateway Academy and the Angel MedFlight Crew had a fun time!

Angel MedFlight Gives Back to Community During National Autism Month

Learjet 60

Learjet 60

April 16, 2014 (Scottsdale, AZ)

 

April is National Autism Awareness Month. Angel MedFlight is honoring students at Gateway Academy by providing them with a special donation and an educational event.

 

Autism

The characteristic behaviors of autism spectrum disorder may or may not be apparent in infancy (18 to 24 months), but usually become obvious during early childhood (24 months to 6 years). As part of a well-baby/well-child visit, your child’s doctor should perform a “developmental screening,” asking specific questions about your baby’s progress. The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) lists five behaviors that warrant further evaluation:

  • Does not babble or coo by 12 months
  • Does not gesture (point, wave, grasp) by 12 months
  • Does not say single words by 16 months
  • Does not say two-word phrases on his or her own by 24 months
  • Has any loss of any language or social skill at any age

 

Any of these five “red flags” does not mean your child has autism. But because the symptoms of the disorder vary so much, a child showing these behaviors should have further evaluations by a multidisciplinary team. This team may include a neurologist, psychologist, and developmental pediatrician, speech/language therapist, learning consultant or other professionals knowledgeable about autism.

 

The Autism Society

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) the prevalence rate for autism is now 1 in 68, which is an increase of over 30% from the 2008 CDC report. “The Autism Society continues to be concerned with the increasing prevalence of autism. In the next few days, many will discuss the reasons behind the new prevalence rates. The Autism Society and our 110 local and state affiliates are ready and willing to assist the growing population, now in the millions, of individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). “We know that a diagnosis doesn’t always mean services will start right away; whether it’s screening, diagnosis, interventions, or services, the earlier we take action, the better,” said Scott Badesch, President and CEO of the Autism Society of America.  For more information, go to: The Autism Society press release.

 

Gateway Academy

Gateway offers a different approach to learning for students that have had frustrating experiences at other schools Their program help build self-esteem and encourage learning. They customize the learning for their students.

Gateway Academy provides a unique educational environment for students from age five to nineteen years of age with Asperger’s syndrome, High Functioning Autism, PDD-nos, social/behavioral issues, emotional and social difficulties and specific learning difficulties associated with spectrum disorders.

 

Angel MedFlight Gives Back

We’re excited to have the students from Gateway Academy visit us and give them the opportunity to tour the hanger and see our aircraft up close. During the visit the students will get to visit several information stations in the hanger to ask questions and learn about the aircraft, flight medicine, aircraft maintenance and more. There will also be games, prizes and photo opportunities. We’re also pleased to announce that we will be donating 15 iMac computers to Gateway Academy for the students. We hope that these computers will help benefit the schools already terrific academics program at Gateway and we feel privileged to be able to help in honor of National Autism Awareness Month

 

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one out of every 68 children in the U.S. currently has autism, and reports show that number could be even higher. The number represents a nearly 30 percent spike from estimates just years ago calculating one in every 88 children had the disorder.

 

 

Angel MedFlight Proud to be Gold Sponsor of Make-A-Wish Ball

Angel MedFlight's table at the Make-A-Wish Ball

Angel MedFlight’s table at the Make-A-Wish Ball

 

April 9, 2014 (Scottsdale, AZ)

 

Angel MedFlight was delighted to be a Gold Sponsor at the 2014 Wish Ball for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, held on Saturday, April 5 at the Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale.

The Wish Ball, which celebrates the mission of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, raises funds to grant the wishes of Arizona children with life-threatening medical conditions, and has long been a significant event for the chapter.

Each year the event raises millions for the children’s foundation. Approximately 570 people attended this year’s event.

The Wish Ball included a program, silent and live auction and entertainment for guests, and brought together donors with wish families and wish kids who attended as guests of Make-A-Wish Arizona.

Just as the Make-A-Wish Foundation has granted the wishes of many children, Angel MedFlight also has helped families make their critically ill children’s dreams come true. One example is “Jaxon’s Story,” as featured in the video series, “My Real Life Moment,” (which tells the stories of real patients). Viewers can “ride along” on our air ambulance flights and get an inside look at the patient care provided by our critical care flight nurses and paramedics.

Jaxon Davis was a lovable five-year-old boy whose courageous battle with brain cancer was trumped only by his compassion for other children in the hospital. His parents describe how they learned of Angel MedFlight when Jaxon’s condition worsened while they were on vacation. An anonymous donor stepped in and helped get little Jaxon transported home.

Because of that flight, his parents explained, Jaxon was able to see a cherished childhood friend one last time.. His parents set up an organization to carry on their son’s legacy helping other children, called, “Jaxon’s Frog Foundation.” To learn more about Jaxon’s story and other Angel MedFlight’s transport patients’ experiences, visit My Real Life Moment series. You can learn more about the Make-A-Wish Foundation here.

 

 

Scottsdale Airport Runway will Transform into a Racecourse

Runners get to race on the runway

Runners get to race on the runway

April 4, 2014 (Scottsdale, AZ)

 

Angel MedFlight’s headquarters and hangar is located just off the runway at Scottsdale Airport. The airport is nestled at the base of the beautiful McDowell Mountains in North Scottsdale. Usually a hustling bustling airport with all types of aircraft coming and going, the busy airport will be transformed into a racecourse on Saturday, April 5, 2014, between 6:30-10 a.m.

Scottsdale Airport

Scottsdale Airport

The annual Run The Runway event gives runners, both old and young, a unique experience to race down the airport runway. The runway will be shut down for multiple races throughout the morning. The first race, a 10k, begins at 7:45 a.m., followed by a 5k run/walk at 8a.m.  At 8:45, kids can run a one-mile race with their favorite Arizona team mascots, including the Phoenix Sun’s Gorilla, Coyote’s Howler, Cardinals’s Big Red, Sun Devil’s Sparky and Diamodback’s Baxter. Run The Runway benefits Playworks Arizona, the only nonprofit organization in the country to send trained, full-time coaches to low-income, urban schools, where they transform recess and play into a positive experience that helps kids and teachers get the most out of every learning opportunity.

Kids love the Mascot Dash Race

Kids love the Mascot Dash Race

Special awards will be given out to the winners, and festivities after the race will include vendor expo’s,bouncy inflatable’s  in the children’s area, a DJ, guest appearances of the team mascots and photo opportunities with planes.

 

Angle MedFlight aircraft use the runway all the time, but we’ve never had the chance to run on it.  It will be a fun event for lucky runners, walkers and airplane enthusiasts alike. We can’t wait to walk and run on the runway too!

 

Angel MedFlight’s Golf Team Tees Off Once Again to Benefit Aviation Students

March 31, 2014 (Scottsdale, AZ)

They may not be heading for Augusta or the Masters, but Angel MedFlight was represented well at this year’s Arizona Business Aviation Association’s annual benefit golf tournament by golfers  John Courtemanche, Jennifer Dahlgren and Carl Anderson.

The 2014 Annual AZBAA Golf Benefit took place Saturday, March 29 at the beautiful Kierland Golf Club in Scottsdale. The day began with registration at 11:00 a.m. gathering for sign-up and warm-up on the driving range. The 27-hole golf course at Kierland is a lush, well-manicured, traditional layout with the gorgeous backdrop of desert scenery.

Kierland Golf Club

The players teed off under sunny skies, participating in a four-person, best-ball scramble. Throughout the course, there were opportunities for friendly competition in the name of giving, with designated hole-in-one, closest-to-the-pin and longest-drive holes. The outstanding Angel MedFlight  team came out on top, taking third-place honors. Our individual players also excelled in the contest. Carl Anderson, flight coordinator, won “Closest to The Pin (Men)”; Jen Dahlgren, flight coordinator, won “Longest Drive (Women)” and John Courtemanche, maintenance officer, won “Longest Putt (Men)”. Congratulations Team!

 

trophies from AZBAA golf benefit

 

Each of this year’s 144 participants received top quality golf shirts and hats embroidered with the tournament and sponsors’ logos, a player gift package that included balls, tees and unique, fun accessories.

Once all the foursomes had played 18 holes, participants, guests and volunteers enjoyed a festive dinner, awards presentation and raffle drawings.

All proceeds raised from the event support a scholarship program for students pursuing degrees in business aviation from an accredited Arizona college or university.

Angel MedFlight congratulates the Spring 2014 AZBAA Scholarships recipients:

Jessica Schram, who received $5000 is about to take her commercial pilot written test in pursuit of a business aviation career.

Adrian Orellana, a $2000 winner, is working toward his A and P at Chandler-Gilbert Community College.

Kevin Otterstrom, also a $2000 winner, has a Bachelor of Science from the University of North Dakota and a masters from Embry-Riddle, Chandler, and risk management training from Stanford University.

Richard Formo, who received $2000, is pursuing his Bachelor of Science in aviation business management and economics from Embry-Riddle University in Prescott.

Lisanne Kippenberg, was awarded $2000 toward her pursuit of a Bachelor of Science in aviation business management and safety also at Embry-Riddle, while working several jobs on-campus.

Clayton Marr, received a  FlightSafety King Air type certificate training course. He is a multi-engine instrument instructor pilot at ATP, a lead ramp agent for Allegiant at Gateway, and an altitude chamber operator for ASU Gateway. Clayton is pursuing his degree in professional flight and management at ASU in hopes of getting on with a flight department.

 

The Scholarship Committee of the Arizona Business Aviation Association received a large number of high-quality applications for the Spring 2014 scholarships, from which these applicants were chosen.

AZBAA hosted a dinner buffet and awards ceremony, announcing winners of the tournament, with individual prizes and raffle drawings.

 

Chandra with Barbara Conlon at 2014 AZBAA Golf Benefit

Angel MedFlight’s Director of Business Development Chandra Stewart and AZBAA Executive Director Barbara Conlon

 

A major goal of this event is to make it affordable, says Barbara Conlon, the Association’s Executive Director, adding that many golfers may shy away from the more expensive charity golf events.

“At a price of $185 per golfer, including dinner, we have kept the entry fee more enticing to attract more individuals from all walks of the aviation industry,” Conlon says.

To help cover costs, AZBAA gets help from sponsors and contributors, including Angel MedFlight whose own Director of Development, Chandra Stewart, is a board member. This strategy ensures for positive financial growth for the scholarship program, added Conlon.

 

Angel MedFlight extends a big thank you to all the AZBAA members and supporters for their continued dedication to promoting Arizona’s business aviation interests.

And, last but not least, thanks go to Kyle, John, Jen and Carl for representing Angel MedFlight on the course – way to go, team!

AZBAA is a non-profit organization that provides local lobby, education and support activities to advance the interests of business aviation growth and well-being in the state of Arizona.

 

 

Published in: on March 31, 2014 at 5:22 pm  Leave a Comment  

Angel MedFlight Selected as a Finalist for Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce 2014 IMPACT Award!

Rebekah Kanigan (lower left) and other nominees accepts the nomination for the 2014 IMPACT Award

Rebekah Kanigan (lower left) of Angel MedFlight and the other 2014 IMPACT Award finalists

February 26, 2014 (Scottsdale, AZ)

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (GPCC) has selected 16 local companies as finalists for its 27th  Annual IMPACT Awards. The IMPACT Awards honor the accomplishments of small and large businesses and the positive impact they have on the Valley’s business community and economy. This year, the GPCC will recognize two recipients in each of four categories: Community Champion, Economic Driver, Entrepreneurial Excellence, and Response to Adversity.

Angel MedFlight is among eight companies selected as finalists in the Small-toMedium size company category (250 employees or less). We are honored to be among the companies chosen. Angel MedFlight strives to make a positive impact on the Phoenix business community. Angel MedFlight has grown despite the lingering economic downturn. It is truly an Arizona success story. Hard work, innovation and commitment to excellence have bolstered the achievement of the company. Investments in the best personnel, technology and equipment have established Angel MedFlight as a leader in air medical transport. Everyone at Angel MedFlight is dedicated to continuous improvement, always striving for excellence. If there is room for improvement, we take action. It’s the Angel MedFlight way.

“The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce has celebrated some of the finest Valley businesses over the past 27 years and it is an honor to continue this great tradition,” said Todd Sanders, GPCC President and CEO. “These companies continue to set new standards that positively impact the greater Phoenix business community and we are proud to recognize the achievements of these outstanding organizations.”

The award ceremony will be held Thursday, May 15, at the Arizona Biltmore Resort and Spa, where the Angel MedFlight team will be in full force and great spirits.

Meet Jennifer Ball, RN Flight Coordinator, Actress, Humanitarian

Jennifer_Ball

It takes a committed group of individuals to help a company soar to success, and Angel MedFlight is no exception. With such a dynamic group of people working all aspects of the many medical flights that are performed each day, there is not one person that does not have a unique and inspiring story to tell. Among the numerous departments that make up Angel MedFlight, the Flight Coordination center is home to team members, like Jennifer, who are involved in the entire process of planning a medical flight. Although having taken a brief hiatus from the company, her considerable impact on the world never ceased, as she recently returned to Angel MedFlight after taking her medical background out into the world…

Jennifer resumed her position at Angel MedFlight after embarking on a journey that took her to new places to achieve amazing experiences of a personal nature, “I just returned from a mission trip in Cambodia where I worked with children in slum communities as well as women and children involved in sex trafficking.  I was able to utilize my nursing skills, especially in the slum communities, where children often were in need of basic first aid due to cuts and infections they had sustained.  I was also able to provide health education to the women in these communities.”

Even in her spare time, Jennifer finds ways to be extraordinary. Holding the title of RN with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, is simply not enough for this employee, so she tackled the theatrical world too, “I am an actress and have been involved in local productions and films across the valley.”  In addition to this, she is a member of a program at Arizona Actors Academy in Phoenix, Ariz., which she participates in year-round. Also quite the athlete, Jennifer shares with us that she enjoys hiking, swimming, rock climbing, wakeboarding, and, perfect for this time of year, snowboarding.

Through utilizing her talents to help others, Jennifer makes sure that she is leaving a trail of excellence wherever she goes. We are lucky to have her here at Angel MedFlight and have the opportunity to gain inspiration from her each day.  Welcome back Jennifer!

Published in: on December 27, 2013 at 4:27 pm  Leave a Comment  
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