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Featuring the video recorded proceedings of events held in conjunction with important scientific symposia, live webcasts and closed meetings featuring the perspectives of renowned clinical investigators, these videos provide an overview of important advances in the management of a number of solid tumors and hematologic cancers.
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Welcome to the Introduction to Clinical Research Podcast! Join Debbie, a clinical research professional, as she explains clinical research to her friend Elyse. Curious how the COVID vaccine was developed so quickly? Ever wondered what rules determine when you can get a new drug? Remember that one miracle drug they swore would cure cancer back in 2002 but then you never heard of it again? Let’s talk about that.
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Qualitative research has the power to positively impact people’s lives. Join Dr. Stacy Penna, NVivo Community Director as she talks to qualitative researchers to discover their innovative research methods, applied practices and passionate insights. Whether you are a student, new to qualitative methods or a published qualitative researcher, this is the podcast for you.
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Welcome to the Monash Musculoskeletal Research Unit (MMRU) podcast where we discuss and translate the latest musculoskeletal research to help you keep up to date and improve patient outcomes. Tune in for an insiders view on a variety of musculoskeletal research topics including methodology, critical appraisal, interpretation and clinical application of findings. Hosted by Dr Luke Perraton; @lukeperraton, Associate Professor Peter Malliaras @drpetemalliaras, Patrick Vallance; @pat_vallance an ...
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inSocialWork

University at Buffalo School of Social Work

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inSocialWork is the podcast series of the University at Buffalo School of Social Work. The purpose of this series is to engage practitioners and researchers in lifelong learning and to promote research to practice, practice to research. inSocialWork features conversations with prominent social work professionals, interviews with cutting-edge researchers, and information on emerging trends and best practices in the field of social work.
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Practice As Research aims to bring together the many different strands of practice-led/based research across all disciplines so as to not be limited by disciplinary conventions, but instead to benefit from cross-disciplinary fertilisation. In the wider academic communities, there are many terms in use to describe the research-practice nexus. For the sake of consistency we adopt the term 'practice as research'. Fundamentally, we consider practice as research any practice that is underpinned b ...
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The Modern Manager

Mamie Kanfer Stewart

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Host Mamie Kanfer Stewart shares practical approaches to help you be a great manager. Learn more at: https://themodernmanager.com/ Solo episodes are like mini-courses, providing actionable tips based on experience and research. Guest episodes are engaging conversations that elicit insights and suggestions for how to apply the ideas. Learn more about effective meeting practices, communication skills, managing conflict, team building, time management, group dynamics, goal setting and accountab ...
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Inspiration and ideas for applying the science of wellbeing to your everyday life. Host and Miranda Anderson casually and conversationally shares examples and lessons from her own life as well as some of the latest research from the world of positive psychology. In addition, she lets you in on humorous and engaging stories about living with her husband, three kids, two dogs, two cats, and five chickens in Richmond, Virginia.
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Tell Us About It: Victim Research Convos is a twice monthly podcast produced by the Center for Victim Research, with support from the Office for Victims of Crime. Each episode features an interview with a victim services expert on the work they do in their field and the importance of a partnership with a researcher or a practitioner in their projects. All images by Shutterstock, www.shutterstock.com.
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A podcast about how researchers and scientists join with communities and people to address global challenges. Across countries and contexts, we hear about ways to partner with communities, including participatory research (PAR), co-production research, social participation, public and patient involvement and engagement (PPIE) and community engagement and involvement (CEI). Originally founded at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine by Dr. Kim Ozano and Bea Egid, the podcast now cuts acro ...
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AOTA Podcast

Matt Brandenburg

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The AOTA Podcast provides a behind-the-scenes look at everything AOTA, including the latest studies, advocacy efforts, events, and more. Episodes with Everyday Evidence in the title sort through the latest research to provide you with the skills to help improve client outcomes.
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This podcast gives health professionals tools and information to improve patient communication and education. Today, with your next patient or client. I take a communication or education issue that professionals have raised, dig into it with some research, then give you a strategy you can use in your practice right away. And I do it all in about 10 minutes. Complete show transcripts, archive & notes at healthcommunicationpartners.com
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Your latest update from The Transmitter, an essential resource for the neuroscience community, dedicated to helping scientists at all career stages stay current and build connections. Read more: https://www.thetransmitter.org/
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READ Podcast

The Windward Institute

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READ: Research Education ADvocacy Podcast connects you with prominent researchers, thought leaders, and educators who share their work, insights, and expertise about current research and best practices in fields of education and child development. READ is hosted by Danielle Gomez, EdD, and produced by The Windward Institute. Learn more at www.thewindwardschool.org/wi or visit READ's homepage at www.readpodcast.org
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Exploring all things genetics. Dr Patrick Short, University of Cambridge alumnus and CEO of Sano Genetics, analyses the science, interviews the experts, and discusses the latest findings and breakthroughs in genetic research. To find out more about Sano Genetics and its mission to accelerate the future of precision medicine visit: www.sanogenetics.com
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Energized host and bestselling author Dr. Mariza Snyder puts the power back in your hands so that you can age powerfully and live life to the fullest. Get ready to navigate your hormone and metabolic journey with wisdom and grace throughout your forties and beyond. Each episode will leave you feeling empowered with the knowledge of how your body actually works by providing root-cause explanations for the symptoms you’re facing (with a side of real talk) along with proven, research-driven sol ...
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A podcast by Exercise Physiologists, specifically for Exercise Physiologists. These casual chats cover all things EP - drawing from the experience and expertise of the Bodytrack Exercise Physiology team and a variety of guests. There's clinical discussions, business and marketing chats, and lots of opportunity for personal and professional growth. From uni students and new grads, to business owners and Senior EPs, the Bodytrack Academy podcast has something for everyone.
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Autism and Theology Podcast

Centre for Autism and Theology, University of Aberdeen

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The Autism and Theology Podcast is a space where we engage with the latest conversations in the field of autism and theology, share relevant resources, and promote ways in which both faith and non-faith communities can enable autistic people to flourish. Our episodes are released on the first Wednesday of every month. We have a variety of guests who are related in some way to the field of autism and theology. Some are academics, others are people with life stories to share, and some are both ...
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Editor Lisa Dixon, M.D., M.P.H., and Podcast Editor and Co-Host Josh Berezin, M.D., M.S., discuss key aspects of research recently published by Psychiatric Services (https://ps.psychiatryonline.org/), a journal of the American Psychiatric Association. Tune in to Psychiatric Services From Pages to Practice to learn about the latest mental health services research and why it is relevant. Topics include community-based treatment programs, collaborative care, evidence-based treatment and service ...
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A conference to share as much practical and methodological information as possible to give all new researchers in the history of former Soviet States a head start so they could avoid getting bogged down in administrative or organisational difficulties. The conference had a strong interdisciplinary focus, incorporating talks on History, Film, Theatre, Visual Art, Literature, Language, Music, Cultural Studies and Memory.
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Connecting you with world-leading experts in performance nutrition and the latest evidence-based research to level up your team sport, endurance, physique and weight-making sport nutrition. The Performance Nutrition Podcast brings you in-depth conversational interviews with expert PhDs, doctors, athletes, researchers, strength and coaches to share their research, insights, and stories to inform your practice and take your game to the next level.
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BJGP Interviews

The British Journal of General Practice

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Listen to BJGP Interviews for the latest updates on primary care and general practice research. Hear from researchers and clinicians who will update and guide you to the best practice. We all want to deliver better care to patients and improve health through better research and its translation into practice and policy. The BJGP is a leading international journal of primary care with the aim to serve the primary care community. Whether you are a general practitioner or a nurse, a researcher, ...
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SLP Nerdcast

Kate Grandbois, MS, CCC-SLP, BCBA, LABA; Amy Wonkka, MA, CCC-SLP.

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SLP Nerdcast offers ASHA CEUs through podcasts and online learning. We discuss clinical issues and best practices relevant to speech and language pathologists… kind of like a conference in your car. All of our online SLP courses can be used towards earning your 30 hours of required professional development. Simply choose the episode or course of your choice and head to the corresponding short post-test to earn your certificate of attendance and ASHA CEUs. SLP Nerdcast. A great resource for S ...
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Welcome to WolfTalk, a podcast ever about audio programming. My name is Jan Wilczek. I am an audio programmer and a researcher. In this podcast you will learn how to build your career in programming or research related to audio, meet programmers and researchers from all around the world, and learn about the intricacies of sound. All resources referenced in the podcast are at www.thewolfsound.com/talkXXX, where XXX is the episode number. Don't forget to subscribe to my newsletter: https://www ...
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Psyched to Practice

Dr. Ray Christner and Paul Wagner

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Join us as your hosts, Dr. Ray Christner and Paul Wagner, as we explore the far reaches of mental health and share this experience with you. We’re going to cover a wide variety of topics in and related to the field, as well as having experts share their findings and their passion for mental health. We look forward to taking this adventure with you and hope we can get you Psyched!“ Be well, and stay psyched!”
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The Optimal Path is a podcast about user research and product decision-making, brought to you by Maze. Explore how today's leading organizations leverage user research to inform better product decisions. Each episode uncovers the ideas and approaches used to unlock continuous insights—and the optimal path for product success.
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Ever wonder why you can practice for hours, sound great in the practice room, and still be frustratingly hit or miss on stage? Join performance psychologist and Juilliard alumnus/faculty Noa Kageyama, and explore research-based “practice hacks” for beating anxiety, practicing more effectively, and playing up to your full abilities when it matters most.
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Featuring one-on-one interviews conducted by Dr Neil Love, this series provides medical oncologists with access to an array of important perspectives and information on relevant advances in the treatment of hematologic cancer to facilitate optimal patient care.
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Postmodern Realities Podcast

The Christian Research Institute

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Hosted by Melanie Cogdill the Managing Editor at the Christian Research Institute, Postmodern Realities is a podcast from the Christian Research Institute and the CHRISTIAN RESEARCH JOURNAL. Each podcast features in-depth conversations with our JOURNAL authors.
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Practical Criticism

The Brooklyn Institute for Social Research

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Practical Criticism is a series of the Podcast for Social Research. Each episode features a discussion of a different object from the cultural sphere; the catch is that only one participant knows in advance what that object is.
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NYFIKEN is a podcast about research. We want to make research available to everyone, through podcasts and articles meant for a general audience. We aim to create a complete picture of research done in Sweden, in all fields, by highlighting the diversity and complexity of work done by PhD students. NYFIKEN features podcast conversations about the research of recent PhD graduates. Find us at our webpage nyfiken.co
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A podcast for language teachers and learners hosted by Dr. Liam Printer talking all things education, languages, motivation and engagement; linking current educational research to your classroom practice and providing a few ideas for some easy to implement, zero-prep, motivational strategies you can try out right away! Join the conversation on social media using #MotivatedClassroom. I'd love to know what you think so please get in touch. Full programme notes available on www.liamprinter.com/ ...
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3PAAC discusses issues ranging from the basics of grounding and shielding to sexuality in paganism, attempting to bring both good humour and enthusiastically amateur research to every topic that occurs to them.
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Featuring perspectives from Dr Joshua Brody, Dr Ian W Flinn and Dr Tycel Phillips, including the following topics: Introduction: CD3 Bispecific Antibodies in the Community Oncology Setting (0:00) Integration of Bispecific Antibody Therapy into the Management of Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma — Dr Phillips (18:13) Current and Future Role of Bispecifi…
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In today's must-listen episode, we're diving deep into the world of patient reactivations—why it’s a crucial, yet often overlooked, aspect of your practice. Prepare for the groundbreaking Patient Navigator system to launch on July 23rd, designed to streamline your patient reactivation process like never before. Learn about the powerful features of …
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Whether it's writing a paper, studying for finals, or preparing for a recital or audition, have you ever find yourself cramming at the last minute, wishing you had a time machine and could go back and give yourself more time to prepare? Well, a 2002 study provides some clues on how to set better deadlines - and also, how to make self-imposed deadli…
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Dr Joshua Brody from the Tisch Cancer Institute at Mount Sinai in New York, New York, Dr Ian W Flinn from OneOncology in Nashville, Tennessee, and Dr Tycel Phillips from the City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center in Duarte, California, discuss recent updates on available and novel treatment strategies for various lymphomas.…
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Dr Scott Kopetz from The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, and Dr John Strickler from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, discuss recent updates on available and novel treatment strategies for colorectal cancer, moderated by Dr Neil Love. Produced by Research To Practice. CME information and select publications here.…
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Dr Joshua Brody from the Tisch Cancer Institute at Mount Sinai in New York, New York, Dr Ian W Flinn from OneOncology in Nashville, Tennessee, and Dr Tycel Phillips from the City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center in Duarte, California, discuss recent updates on available and novel treatment strategies for various lymphomas, moderated by Dr Neil L…
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In this episode, we discuss the challenges faced by the health workforce in fragile settings such as conflict zones and areas hit by political and economic crises. Our guests share their first-hand experiences and insights on how health systems and workers strive to provide care under extreme conditions. This episode is part of the six-part mini-se…
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When it comes to protein consumption in menopause, there are several things to consider. Even though there's no science or medical evidence to show higher (than you grew up with or are used to) protein intakes cause kidney (renal) issues, many people still believe it’s true. What is true is or anyone who has an existing renal issue, diabetes for in…
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Join us on the latest episode of the Psyched to Practice podcast as we dive deep into the importance of being genuine and authentic. Hosted by Paul Wagner and Ray Christner, we explore how authenticity influences not just the therapy room, but all aspects of life. From the insights of Carl Rogers to personal anecdotes, this episode is packed with p…
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Featuring perspectives from Dr Kevin Kalinsky and Dr Heather McArthur, including the following topics: Introduction (0:00) Case: A woman in her mid 80s with a 2.7-cm residual tumor after neoadjuvant pembrolizumab/chemotherapy for localized triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC) — Ranju Gupta, MD (3:31) Question and Comments: Approach to neoadjuvant t…
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Preethi Harbuck is a travel expert in the truest sense of the word. She has been to over 90 countries, all 50 United States, all 63 National Parks, and many with her SIX children in tow! We recorded this episode about travel back in 2020 when travel was not advisable-- but the principles stand today. Tune in as I pass the mic to Preethi for some tr…
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0:00 Introduction 1:40 Andrea’s background and how she got into the field of genetics, neuroimaging, and metabolic disorders 4:00 Insights into Andrea’s clinical practice, including the diverse families and patients she serves and her approach to clinical decision-making 6:30 How genetics and genomics have changed the diagnostic journey in the last…
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message me what did you take away from this episode? Ep 80 (ibit.ly/Re5V) Melanie Jackson on birthing outside the system, balancing research, midwifery, and entrepreneurship @PhDMidwives #MidTwitter #research #midwifery @westernsydneyu @hannahdahlen @VirginiaSchmie1 https://www.melaniethemidwife.com/ Great Birth Rebellion podcast Ever wondered how …
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Dr Kevin Kalinsky from Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, and Dr Heather McArthur from UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas, summarize the evolution of biomarker-driven treatment approaches for triple-negative breast cancer, moderated by Dr Neil Love. Produced by Research To Practice. CME information and se…
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This Postmodern Realities episode is a conversation with JOURNAL author Phil Tallon about his online article, “Rage Against the Dying of the Light: Christopher Nolan’s Fighting Filmography”. https://www.equip.org/articles/rage-against-the-dying-of-the-light-christopher-nolans-fighting-filmography/ **Editor’s Note: This article contains spoilers for…
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In Season 8, Episode 9 of Hidden Human, Kelly welcomes the insightful Desiree Peterkin Bell, President & CEO of DPBell & Associates, a firm that transcends traditional public relations by focusing on public affairs to make a tangible impact. In a thoughtful discussion, Desiree shares her extensive experience in leveraging public affairs to amplify …
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Featuring perspectives from Dr Rafael Fonseca, Dr María-Victoria Mateos and Dr Elizabeth O’Donnell, moderated by Dr O’Donnell, including the following topics: Introduction (0:00) Treatment Approaches for Newly Diagnosed Multiple Myeloma (MM) — Dr Fonseca (2:05) Role of Chimeric Antigen Receptor T-Cell Therapy and Bispecific Antibodies in the Care o…
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Have you ever felt that your one-on-one meetings aren’t as effective as they should be? Before you write them off your calendar, consider this: a Gallup study reveals that employees are three times more engaged when they experience regular one-on-ones. But let’s face it—one-on-ones take up a significant portion of your time. They aren’t as easy as …
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Registered dietitian Bonni London joins me today to talk about how to eat out without blowing it and how to decide if fasting is something you want and need and if so how. Let’s talk about your definition of healthy. Is it for weight loss, weight maintenance, or is it to reverse an illness? Stay tuned to know which kind of healthy food can help ach…
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Frustrated with not feeling heard by your primary care doc? You’re not the only one who feels like your menopause symptoms and concerns are getting dismissed. As women, we go through a whirlwind of changes– physically, emotionally, and hormonally– during perimenopause and menopause. And these days, we KNOW menopause isn’t only about hot flashes. It…
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In this episode, we talk to Dr Meena Rafiq, Academic GP and Clinical Research Fellow within the Institute of Epidemiology and Health at University of Melbourne. Title of paper: Clinical activity in general practice before sarcoma diagnosis: an Australian cohort study Available at: https://doi.org/10.3399/BJGP.2023.0610 Sarcoma is challenging to dia…
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In this seminar, Dr Julia Puebla Fortier discusses co-production between an academically trained researcher, artists, and young people. One of the exciting possibilities for practice as research is gathering and acting on insight at all stages of a project’s evolution. Using principles of co-production and reflective learning, researchers, delivery…
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Featuring perspectives from Dr Rebecca S Heist, Dr Luis Paz-Ares and Dr Jacob Sands, moderated by Dr Sands, including the following topics: Introduction (0:00) Integration of Antibody-Drug Conjugates (ADCs) into the Care of Patients with Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) and HER2 Alterations — Dr Paz-Ares (1:28) Emerging Role of TROP2-Targeted ADC…
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In today’s episode, we’re diving deep into a critical topic affecting many patients: lumbar spinal stenosis. We’ll explore a fascinating new study on pain trajectories over 12 months following conservative care consultations. This condition is the leading reason for elective spine surgeries, especially among seniors. I’ll share clinical pearls on e…
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