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“Innovative Methods to Prevent Diabetes and Endocrinology Disorders”.
- Diabetes Congress 2020

About Conference

We invites worldwide audience, Speakers, Doctors, Young Researchers, and Presenters to participate in the “Diabetes Congress 2020” which is going to be held on March 23- 24, 2020 London, UK.

The two days Conference includes Keynote Presentations, Speaker talks, Poster presentations, Workshops, Corporate grandstands/demos and videos. Diabetes Congress 2020 aims to provide an opportunity to share knowledge, exchanging ideas about it and thus, contributes to the dissemination of knowledge in management and prevention of the disease for the benefit of the diabetes research.

Diabetes Congress 2020 conference along with 300+ conferences across USA, Europe & Asia every year with support from 1000 more scientific societies and publishes 400+ open access journals which contain over 3000 eminent personalities as editorial board members.

Welcome Message

We are honored to welcome you to attend the 3rd International Conference on Diabetes and Endocrinology” which is going to be held on March 23-24, 2020 London, UK. Theme of the conference is “Innovative Methods to Prevent Diabetes and Endocrinology Disorders”.

Diabetes mellitus is a group of metabolic disorders characterized by high blood sugar levels over a prolonged period. Diabetes is due to either the pancreas not producing sufficient insulin, or the cells of the body not responding properly to the insulin produced. Type 1 Diabetes: Pancreas fails to produce enough insulin due to loss of beta cells. It is also referred as insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus or juvenile diabetes. Type 2 Diabetes: a condition in which cells fail to respond to insulin properly. It was previously known as “non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus” or “adult onset diabetes”. The main cause is excess body weight and insufficient exercise. Gestational diabetes it occurs when pregnant women without a previous history of diabetes develop high blood glucose levels.

Realizing this imperative, we organise Diabetes Congress 2020 in London, UK with an agenda to stimulate and support the adoption of effective measures for the surveillance, prevention and control of diabetes. 

Sessions/Tracks

Track 1: Classification of Diabetes Mellitus (DM)

The right classification for DM type allows a precautious adequate treatment, with higher rate of success the obtainment of a safe glycaemic control, which reduces micro vascular complications in patients with type 1 or type 2 DM.

Type 1 diabetes (due to ?-cell damage, usually leading to absolute insulin deficiency)
Type 2 diabetes (due to a progressive insulin secretory deficiency on the background of insulin resistance). Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) (diabetes diagnosed in the second or third trimester of pregnancy that is not clearly evident diabetes). 
In some cases, there might be a superposition of conditions, particularly with respect to the DM that starts in the young adult or is initially presented with diabetic ketoacidosis intermediately to type 1 and 2 DM. Thus, additions to the classic classification system have been proposed as evaluating the presence of autoimmunity (antibody) and beta cell function (C-peptide) to precisely define the subtypes. 

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Track 2: Paediatric Endocrinology

Hormones play a major role in driving a child’s growth and development. Difficulties with growth, puberty, and sexual development often have their roots in the endocrine system. The most common disease of the specialty is type 1 diabetesdiabetic ketoacidosis(DKA)  which usually accounts for at least 50% of a typical clinical practice. Without insulin, the child’s body cannot absorb sugar, required to produce energy.

The signs of diabetes in children can come on quickly over several weeks:

·         Increased urination

·         Weakness in the legs

·         Fatigue

·         Vomiting

·         Increased appetite

·         Yeast infection

·         Abdominal pain

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Track 3: Diabetes-Neuropathy(Nerve Damage)

Diabetic Neuropathy may be a form of nerve harm which will occur if you have got polygenic disorder. High glucose (glucose) will injure nerves throughout your body. Diabetic Neuropathy most frequently damages nerves in your legs and feet. It’s a typical and high complication of polygenic disorder. However you'll be able to usually stop diabetic Neuropathy or slow its progress with tight glucose management and a healthy mode. 
Types of diabetic Neuropathy 
embrace the following:
• Peripheral Neuropathy
• Autonomic Neuropathy
• 
Proximal Neuropathy
• Focal Neuropathy

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Track 4: Diabetic Encephalopathy

Diabetic encephalopathy is a quite unknown diabetes complication, characterized by electrophysiological, structural, neurochemical, and degenerative neuronal changes that lead to cognitive functioning limitations. The brain uses glucose as the main fuel to generate energy, primarily by oxidative metabolism. However, a chronic increase in blood glucose levels, even in the absence of DM symptoms, will eventually lead to brain damage. Thus, hyperglycemia-induced neurotoxicity is pointed out as one of the main causes of diabetic encephalopathy. Administration of GLP-1 analogues, PPAR--? agonists, C-peptide partially improves the condition of the IGF system in the brain and prevents neuronal apoptosis in the hippocampus of diabetic patients. 

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Track 5: Genetic Diabetes

Different causes for type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Genes alone are not enough. One evidence of this is identical twins, Identical twins have identical genes. Yet when 1 twin has type 1 diabetes, the other gets the disease at most only half the time. When 1 twin has type 2 diabetes, the other’s risk is at most 3 in 4. In utmost cases of type 1 diabetes, people need to inherit risk factors from both parents. 1 trigger might be related to cold weather. Type 1 diabetes develops more often in winter than summer and is more common in places with cold weathers. Early diet may also play a role. Type 2 diabetes has a stronger link to family history than type 1, although it too depends on environmental factors. Type 2 diabetes runs in families. In part, this propensity is due to children learning bad habits -eating a poor diet, not exercising-from their parents. But there is also a genetic basis.

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Track 6 : Endocrinology: Male & Female Reproductive Health

In the long term diabetes can disturb the blood vessels and nerves of the female genitals. This can result in complications in arousal and lubrication. Type 2 diabetes is more dominant in women than in men, while both genders are affected equally by type 1 diabetes. Women with uncontrolled diabetes face problems like

·         Decreased vaginal lubrication

·         Urinary problems

·         Decreased libido

·         infections

Men with diabetes also have a greater chance of developing sexual and reproductive health problems including:

·         Erectile dysfunction

·         Androgen deficiency

·         Low libido

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Track 7: Diabetes and its comorbidities

Comorbidity means occurrence of one or more chronic conditions in the same person with an index disease, occurs frequently among patients with diabetes.

Diabetes related comorbidities are:

·         Cardiovascular diseases

·         Cancer

·         Hyperlipidemia

·         Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

·         Obesity

·         Retinopathy

·         Nephropathy

·         Diabetic foot

 Type 2 diabetes is usually intricate by other medical conditions. To prevent comorbidities in diabetes control your body weight to prevent obesity, stop smoking, Exercise, maintain adequate sleep, reducing stress and inflammation in your body.

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Track 8: Skin Manifestations of Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes can affect every single part of the body, including the skin. In fact, such problems are sometimes the first indication that a person has diabetes.

People with diabetes develop skin conditions that can affect everyone. Examples of these conditions include bacterial infections, fungal infections, and itching. However, people with diabetes also are more prone to attain certain conditions. These include dermopathy, necrobiosis lipoidica diabeticorum, and eruptive xanthomatosis. Some common skin conditions in people with diabetes:

Acanthosis nigricans

Allergic reactions

Bacterial infections

Digital sclerosis

Disseminated granuloma annulare

Scleroderma diabeticorum

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Track 9: Obesity and Stroke

Diabetes is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disorders including stroke. Although obesity and diabetes are recognised independent risk factors for ischemic stroke, their joint effect on stroke risk is not well explored. Obesity treatment will substantially reduce the burden of stroke. Diabetes can also make it tougher for your body to respond to a stroke. When your oxygen supply is cut off, other arteries can generally serve as a bypass. But if you have diabetes, those vessels may be hardened or congested with plaque, a condition known as atherosclerosis. This creates it harder for blood to get to your brain. One treatment for ischemic stroke is a clot-buster medicine called tPA, which must be taken within the first 3 hours after stroke symptoms begin. It softens the clot that has clogged an artery and can restore blood flow to brain tissue. But this drug isn’t for all people who have an ischemic stroke, especially if you've had main surgery in the previous 2 weeks or recent head trauma.

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Track 10: Advances to Treat Diabetes in Pregnancy  

The diabetes that arises during pregnancy is called gestational diabetes and it usually goes away after the baby is born. Gestational diabetes is known to rise the risks of large birth weight, birth complications, and later development of type 2 diabetes in both the mother and the child. For ideal control of diabetes in pregnancy, experts advocate the obstetricians refer their patients early in pregnancy to a clinic specializing in diabetes. Excellent control of blood glucose is associated with decrease in maternal and neonatal complications. The most common oral hypoglycaemic agents used in pregnancy include metformin and glyburide, but use of gluburide is becoming more prevalent with the increasing number of women with diabetes. Women should receive counselling for diabetes management during labor, deliver, and the immediate postpartum period. Glyburide and metformin are secreted into breast milk and should not be used during lactation in women with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Instead, insulin should be continued. Breastfeeding causes a decrease in insulin requirement due to lactose in breast milk.

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Track 11: Treatment Strategies for Controlling Diabetes

Different factors plays a role in treating diabetes, regular and successful treatment decrease the risk of diabetes complications.

Type 1 diabetes treatment is a daily task. Treatment requires a strict regime that includes carefully calculated diet, planned physical activity, multiple daily insulin injections and home blood glucose testing a number of times per day.

 Type 2 diabetes eventually need insulin, as their capability to produce their own insulin from pancreatic beta cells declines progressively. Insulin cannot be taken as a tablet because it would be broken down during digestion just like the protein in foodIt must be injected it to get into your blood stream. All insulin’s come dissolved or suspended in solutions. The standard and most frequently used strength in the United States today is U-100, which means it has 100 units of insulin per millilitre of fluid, though U-500 insulin is accessible for patients who are extremely insulin resistant.

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Track 12: Stem Cell Therapyfor Diabetes

Stem Cell Therapy can be used for both, Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes. One of the most promising strategies to treat diabetes is to transplant beta cells, which sense blood sugar levels and produce insulin to reduce them. Patients with type 1 diabetes would benefit because new beta cells would replace the ones they would lost to disease. Type 2 patients could increase their body’s ability to produce insulin, lowering blood sugar levels and alleviating the need for injections. Pluripotent stem cells are a promising source of cells to replace damaged tissue by transplantation, but we need to be able to produce large quantities of well-differentiated cells. To get success in the use of stem cell and /or gene therapy for diabetes must satisfy these aspects:

·         Cure of hyperglycemia

·         Response to glucose tolerance test

·         Weight gain

·         Evidence of appropriate C-peptide secretion

·         Presence of insulin storage granules in the treated cells.

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Track 13: Non-Insulin Therapies

A wide variety of non-insulin treatments are available for people with type 2 diabetes. To manage type 2 diabetes Eat a well-balanced diet, get regular exercise, maintain a healthy weight, some of the most common oral medication options are:

·         Metformin

·         Thiazolidinedione’s

·         Insulin releasing pills

·         Starch blockers

·         Incretin based therapies

·         Amylin analogs

Initially, a doctor recommends a low dosage of pills. Depending on how the individual's blood sugar levels respond to the concentration, the doctor may gradually increase the dosage.

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Track 14: Diabetic Nutrition and Physical Fitness

Diet and exercise are both key components of a successful strategy to beat or manage diabetes.  To maintain your blood glucose, you need to balance what you eat and drink with physical activity and diabetes medicine, if you take any. The food groups are vegetables, fruits, grains, protein, dairy non-fat or low fat. Foods to limit include fried foods, sweets, candy, ice cream, beverages with added sugars. The health aids of resistance training for all adults include improvements in muscle mass, body composition, strength, physical function, mental health, bone mineral density, insulin sensitivity, blood pressure, lipid profiles, and cardiovascular health. Aerobic exercise is motion that makes your heart beat faster and makes you breathe harder. You should aim for doing aerobic exercise for 30 minutes a day most days of the week. Before beginning a program of physical activity of more than brisk walking, you must be assessed by your doctor.

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Track 15: Risk Factors for Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes depends on a combination of risk factors such as your genes and life style. You can’t change genetic risk factors but you can change lifestyle risk factors around eating, physical activity, weight. By taking action on the factors you can change can help to prevent type 2 diabetes. Some risk factors are:

·         Overweight or obese

·         Age 45 or older

·         High blood pressure

·         Low level of HDL cholesterol or a high level of Triglycerides

·         Depression

·         Polycystic ovary syndrome

·         History of heart disease or stroke

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Track 16: Symptoms & Causes of Diabetes

Symptoms of type 1 diabetes can start quickly, matter of weeks. Type 2 diabetes often develops slowly –over the course of several years- so mild you might not notice them. In type 2 diabetes people do not notice until they have diabetes related health problems, such as blurred vision or heart problems.

Causes for type 1 diabetes are the immune system mistakenly attacks and destroys insulin producing beta cells in the pancreas, genetic and environmental factors

Causes for type 2 diabetes are:

·         Obesity, physical inactivity

·         Insulin resistance

·         Genes and family history

Gestational diabetes is the result of hormonal changes during pregnancy this can cause high blood sugar, women who are overweight when they get pregnant more likely to get gestational diabetes.

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Track 17: Diagnostic Tools for Diabetes

Health care expert can diagnose diabetes, prediabetes, and gestational diabetes through blood tests. Glycated haemoglobin (A1C) test in this test doesn’t require fasting, indicates that average blood sugar level for the past 2 or 3 months. By this we can measure the percentage of blood sugar attached to haemoglobin, the following tests are used for the diagnosis of diabetes.

·         Fasting plasma glucose test

·         An oral glucose tolerance test

·         Random plasma glucose test

If you are diagnosed with diabetes the doctor may do other tests to distinguish between type 1 and type 2 diabetes often these 2 conditions require different treatments. A1C levels need to be checked at least 2 and 4 times a year, raised A1C level may signal the need for a change in your medication, meal plan or activity level.

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Track 18: Preventing Diabetes Problems

Diabetes problems can lead to serious disorder and even death, which is why prevention is so important. Diabetes complications can be divided into two categories:

·         Acute (sudden)

·         Chronic (long-term)

In Acute complications Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA), Hyperglycemic hyperosmolar non-ketotic syndrome (HHNS) may occur at any time in the course of the disease. For prevention take your medication, keep hydrated, balanced diet, and monitor blood sugar closely.

Chronic complications are cardiovascular, eye, nerve damage, kidney damage. These patients may have signs of complications at the time of diagnosis.

Prevention:

·         Maintain intensive control of blood sugars.

·         Control your blood pressure.

·         Visit your doctor at least once in a year for blood tests.

·         Get plenty of fibre.

·         Lose extra weight.

·         Get more physical activity.

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Market Analysis

Market Analysis

More than 100 million U.S. adults are now  living with diabetes or prediabetes, interpreting to a new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The number of individuals with diabetes has increased from 108 million in 1980 to 422 million in 2014.

The global dominance of diabetes among adults over 18 years of age has risen from 4.7% in 1980 to 8.5% in 2014 .

Diabetes prevalence has been increasing more rapidly in middle- and low-income countries.

Diabetes is a major cause of impaired vision, kidney failure, heart attacks, stroke and lower limb amputation.

In 2016, an assessed 1.6 million deaths were directly caused by diabetes. Another 2.2 million deaths were attributable to high blood glucose or Diabetes in 2012.

Almost half of all deaths attributable to high blood glucose or Diabetes occur before the age of 70 years. WHO estimates that diabetes was the seventh prominent cause of death in 2018.

The pervasiveness of diabetes for all age-groups worldwide was assessed to be 3% out of 3000 and 5.2% of every 2080.

The reason for sorting out the Diabetic Congress 2020 in London is to re-join the general population on a world-wide stage and influence them to raise hands against Diabetes.

Importance & scope:

 As the number of patients grows across the world, there has never been a stronger and more urgent need for therapeutic measures that arrest the growth of the disease and improve its secondary manifestations. 

Diabetes congress 2020 will feature the latest expansions in research, diagnosis, management and prevention, New Insulin Analogues and new technologies and devices for diabetic prevention, and for treating Obesity and many more. Not only will this innovate conference you will enhance your practical and theoretical knowledge, it will provide you with the unique opportunity to network with a wide range of professionals in the field of diabetes technologies and treatments.

According to the American Diabetes Association, in 2010, 25.8 million children and adults in the United States (8.3% of the population) have diabetes. The study and management of diabetes has made endocrinology/metabolics one of the most in-demand and important medical sects.

Societies Associated with Diabetes Research

  •  Brent Diabetes UK Support Group     
  •  Edmonton Diabetes Community Group
  • West London BAME Diabetes UK Community
  • London Women's Diabetes Support Group
  • SBDR - Society for Biomedical Diabetes Research
  • Austrian Diabetes Association
  • Flemish Diabetes Association
  • Association of Juvenile Diabetes
  • Canadian Diabetes Association
  • The International Society of Gynecological Endocrinology
  • Royal Society of Medicine Endocrinology and Diabetes Section
  • International Society of Psych neuroendocrinology
  • International Neuroendocrine Federation
  • European Society of Endocrinology
  • Clinical Endocrinology Trust

Diabetic Research Centers Worldwide:

  • University of Michigan Albert Einstein-Mount Sinai Diabetes Center
  • Boston Area
  • Columbia University
  • Indiana University
  • Johns Hopkins University/University of Maryland
  • Joslyn Diabetes Center - Harvard Medical School
  • Stanford University
  • University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • UCSD-UCLA
  • UCSF
  • University of Chicago
  • University of Michigan
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • University of Washington
  • Washington University
  • Vanderbilt University
  • Yale University
  • Albert Einstein College of Medicine
  • Emory University
  • Kaiser Foundation Research Institute
  • University of Chicago
  • University of Colorado
  • International Diabetes Federation, UAE
  • Public Health Research Center, Abu Dhabi, UAE
  • Imperial College London Diabetes Centre, UAE
  • Global Diabetes Research Centre, India.
  • Diabetes Research Center, PUMCH, China
  • Center for Diabetes & Endocrinology, Japan
  • Leicester Diabetes Centre, United Kingdom
  • Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Australia
  • Persatuan Diabetes Indonesia Research Centre


                                                              Diabetic hospitals in London

                                                              • London Diabetes Centre
                                                              • Tottenham Hale Kidney and Diabetes Centre
                                                              • Hackney Diabetes Centre
                                                              • The London Diabetes Clinic
                                                              • Westminster Cardiac Centre
                                                              • Jeffrey Kelson Diabetes Centre
                                                              • St Pancras Diabetic Centre
                                                              • North West London Diabetic Eye Screening Programme

                                                               

                                                              Top 10 Countries Percentage of Diabetes








                                                              Organizing Committee
                                                              OCM Member
                                                              Omo Ojo
                                                              Senior Lecturer
                                                              University of Greenwich
                                                              London, United Kingdom
                                                              OCM Member
                                                              Bandar Manawer
                                                              Assistant Director, Research in Diabetes
                                                              DMU University
                                                              London, United Kingdom
                                                              OCM Member
                                                              Prof. Dr. Alireza Heidari, Ph.D., D.Sc.
                                                              President of American International Standards Institute
                                                              California South University
                                                              California, USA
                                                              OCM Member
                                                              Dr. Ian Martins
                                                              Edith Cowan University
                                                              Queensland, Australia
                                                              OCM Member
                                                              Vladimir Strbak
                                                              Scientific Researcher, Head of Pathological Physiology
                                                              Slovak Medical University
                                                              Bratislava, Slovakia
                                                              OCM Member
                                                              Jaleel Kareem Ahmed
                                                              University of Babylon
                                                              Baghdad, Iraq
                                                              OCM Member
                                                              Dr. Christopher Bryant
                                                              Associate Professor, School of Environmental Design and Rural Development
                                                              University of Guelph
                                                              Toronto, Canada
                                                              OCM Member
                                                              Majid Hajifaraji
                                                              National Nutrition and Food Technology Research Institute, Iran
                                                              Tehran, Iran
                                                              OCM Member
                                                              Dr. Mohamed Eddouks
                                                              Professor
                                                              Moulay Ismail University
                                                              Errachidia, Morocco
                                                              OCM Member
                                                              Dr. Masahiro Onuma
                                                              President
                                                              TriSguide Limited
                                                              Tokyo, Japan
                                                              OCM Member
                                                              JMA Hannan( jma_hannan2002@yahoo.com)
                                                              Professor and Head, Department of Pharmacy
                                                              Bangladesh Institute of Research and Rehabilitation for Diabetes, Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders (BIRDEM)
                                                              Dhaka, Bangladesh
                                                              OCM Member
                                                              Dr.Sergio Stagnaro
                                                              International Society of Quantum Bio-physical Semeiotics
                                                              Aviano, Italy
                                                              OCM Member
                                                              M.V. Raghavendra Rao
                                                              Avalon University School of Medicine
                                                              Bonaire Georgia, Netherlands
                                                              OCM Member
                                                              Ishwarlal Jialal
                                                              Professor, Physiology, Metabolism and Pathology
                                                              California Northstate university
                                                              Los Angeles, USA
                                                              OCM Member
                                                              Dr. Gerald C HSU
                                                              MD, MD
                                                              Eclaire Foundation
                                                              California, USA
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                                                              The transferred registrations will not be eligible for Refund.

                                                              Visa Information

                                                              Keeping in view of increased security measures, we would like to request all the participants to apply for Visa as soon as possible.

                                                              Allied academies will not directly contact embassies and consulates on behalf of visa applicants. All delegates or invitees should apply for Business Visa only.

                                                              Important note for failed visa applications: Visa issues are not covered under the cancellation policy of Allied academies, including the inability to obtain a visa.

                                                               

                                                              Refund Policy:

                                                              If the registrant is unable to attend, and is not in a position to transfer his/her participation to another person or event, then the following refund policies apply:

                                                              Keeping in view of advance payments towards Venue, Printing, Shipping, Hotels and other overhead charges, following Refund Policy Orders are available:

                                                              Before 60 days of the conference: Eligible for Full Refund after deduction of $100 towards service Fee.

                                                              Within 60-30 days of Conference: Eligible for 50% of payment Refund

                                                              Within 30 days of Conference: Not eligible for Refund

                                                              E-Poster Payments will not be refunded.

                                                              Accommodation Cancellation Policy:

                                                              Accommodation Service Providers (Hotels) have their own cancellation policies which are applicable when cancellations are made less than 30 days prior to arrival. If in case the registrant wishes to cancel or amend the accommodation, he/ she is expected to inform the organizing authorities on a prior basis. Allied academies will advise the registrant to ensure complete awareness about the cancellation policy of your accommodation provider, prior to cancellation or modification of their booking.

                                                              Authorization Policy

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