TCOYD VIRTUAL DIABETES CONFERENCE & HEALTH FAIR:

How to be a Diabetes Rockstar – Featuring Taboo Topics

An Interactive International Conference Experience Discussing Need-to-Know Topics For Type 1s, Type 2s & Those Who Care!

FEBRUARY 27, 2021

This event took place on Feb 27th. You can view all lectures from this event in the TCOYD Video Vault.

WE’RE TALKING SEX, DRUGS, ROCK 'N ROLL & OTHER TABOO TOPICS

We are all feeling a little “edgy” these days so let’s use that edge to dominate our diabetes & embrace our inner rockstar!

Dr. Pettus and TCOYD’s Erik Berg will “electrify” you on their electric guitars while Dr. Edelman and his team of docs tactfully tackle some of the more discrete topics related to diabetes and answer personal questions you may have been too shy or embarrassed to ask in-person—think sex, ED, marijuana, GI issues, emotional stress and more! We’ll also cover the most common diabetes topics, such as medications, treatments, devices, and lifestyle, so you’ll be a rockstar in all aspects of diabetes management!
Knowing there are others who feel the same way can make all of the difference in the world. Learn about ways to be a rockstar at managing all aspects of your diabetes!
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WHEN – SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2021

9:00am – 3:00pm  PT: Conference Program  |  8:00am – 4:00pm PT: Health Fair Exhibits and Networking


WHERE – VIRTUAL!

This event will be hosted on a virtual conference platform called vFairs, which is accessible through any internet browser. All registered participants will receive a link via email to join the event.


HOW MUCH – COMPLIMENTARY!

This event took place on Feb 27th. You can view all lectures from this event in the TCOYD Video Vault.

AN UNFORGETTABLE DAY UNLIKE ANY VIRTUAL EVENT YOU’VE EVER SEEN:

EXPERT SPEAKERS & GROUNDBREAKING PRESENTATIONS/WORKSHOPS

Get educated and share a couple laughs while you learn about some of the most common and least discussed diabetes dilemmas—presented by our powerhouse speakers (many who live with diabetes themselves) that totally understand you!


EXTENDED LIVE Q&A DISCUSSIONS

This is your chance to get answers to all the questions you always wanted to ask, but didn’t want to discuss in person, answered in real-time all day long by our diabetes specialists. And trust us, all topics are fair game.

INTERACTIVE VIRTUAL HEALTH FAIR AND EXHIBITOR ENGAGEMENT

Explore the virtual health fair where you can not only learn more about our cutting-edge exhibitors, but also receive take-home downloadable information, engage in one-on-one communication with industry leaders and participate in interactive games.


NETWORKING ON AN INTERNATIONAL LEVEL

Check out our Networking Lounge where you can connect with others from around the world who are just like you. We hope you’ll keep these connections going after the event and make dia-buddies for life.

ON-DEMAND WORKSHOPS FOR 30 DAYS

There are A LOT of topics in this realm and we want to get to them all. To keep the education going after the live event, you have the unique opportunity to check out our additional workshops presenting even more awesome diabetes speakers to expand upon the topics you learned and beyond.

“I love the PRACTICAL TIPS and HUMOR. Diabetes can be overwhelming, so we need to laugh. I like that the speakers are HONEST and about their own struggles. It’s helpful to know that they are so knowledgeable, yet as HUMAN AS THE REST OF US.”

– TCOYD 2020 Community Member

Connect with People Like YOU!

Share your own experience & learn from others.

Be Part of Something BIG!

Join us for the biggest international virtual diabetes events in the world.

You Ask, We ANSWER!

Get your questions answered in real-time by experts during our live lecture sessions and at our exhibitor booths.

TCOYD CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

*Please note this schedule is based on Pacific Time*

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  • TYPE 1 MAIN SESSIONS
  • TYPE 2 MAIN SESSIONS
  • BONUS ON-DEMAND SESSIONS
8:00AM - 9:10AMLog in and familiarize yourselves with our state-of-the-art virtual platform ”vFairs”. Welcome video will air as soon as you sign in.
Check out our Health Fair Exhibits and Networking Lounge from 8:00AM - 9:10AM.
9:10AM - 9:55AMSex, Drugs, Rock 'n Roll & Other Taboo Topics – *Steven Edelman, MD; *Jeremy Pettus, MD; Tricia Santos, MD; and Schafer Boeder, MD
We are all feeling a little “edgy” these days so let’s channel that edge to dominate our diabetes and embrace our inner Rockstar! Dr. Jeremy and Erik will “electrify” you with their electric guitar skills and Dr. Steve and his team of docs will tactfully, tackle some of the more discrete issues related to diabetes - the hushed topics that you may have been too shy or embarrassed to ask about in-person. From erectile dysfunction, to the gas we pass, we will cover it all…mainstream topics too! You’ll be a Rockstar managing all aspects of your diabetes!
10:00AM - 10:30AMHow to be a Type 1 Diabetes Rockstar! – *Jeremy Pettus, MD
Dr. P will show you how to be a diabetes rock star using the latest and greatest treatment strategies whether you are on multiple daily injections or fuel injected with a hybrid closed loop system. Rock out as you learn to strike your spike, reduce your hypos, flatten out your overnight numbers and more! Go to the top of the charts and knock the socks off your doctor!
10:35AM - 11:00AMGetting High without Getting High: Marijuana and Diabetes – *Jeremy Pettus, MD
Before we go any further, it is important that you first know the laws in your state. If “pot” is legal in your state then by all means listen in to see if this drug will potentially help or hinder your blood glucose levels.
11:00AM - 11:30AMBREAK
Rock on over to the exhibit hall, network lounge or watch some on-demand videos in the auditorium. Have fun but do come back to the TCOYD Auditorium for our next “LIVE” session!
11:30AM - 12:05PMDrugs...the Prescribed Kind! An Addition to Insulin – *Steven Edelman, MD
Did you know there are many medications you can use in addition to insulin to help us T1Ds get better control? Some medicines even help increase our time in range while lowering our insulin requirements and also help with weight loss. By no means are we insinuating that any of you have to lose a few pounds, but it’s nice to know that some drugs can make us skinnier and not the other way around.
12:10PM - 12:45PMSex, Drugs, & Rock 'n Roll…but First Let’s Talk About Sex! – Janis Roszler, PhD, CDCES, and Donna Rice, BSN, RN, CDCES
Sex…that’s right, we’re going there! Hey, none of us would exist here on planet earth without it. In a very open, honest and frank way, we will discuss the most fun of the taboo topics, along with some of the issues surrounding it when related to diabetes. From prepping your partner for tubes and beeps between the sheets, to low libido and E.D. (that’s “short” for erectile dysfunction…no pun intended!). We will get busy all in the name of LOVE!
12:45PM - 1:15PMBREAK
Venture into the exhibit hall, network lounge or watch some on-demand videos in the auditorium. Have fun but do come back to the TCOYD Auditorium for our next “LIVE” session!
1:15PM - 1:55PMBurning Questions? Taboo or Not…Ask Away! “LIVE” Q&A!
Moderator: *Jeremy Pettus, MD
Panelists: Leslie Eiland, MD, and *Kerri Sparling
Do you have any burning questions about living with diabetes? Taboo or not, this team of seasoned diabetes experts, all living with diabetes, has heard and seen it all, and they’re ready to answer any question without blushing once. They’ll equip you with the knowledge you need to help you live your life to its fullest, so go ahead ask away. Psst…you can ask your questions privately or publicly. We’ll explain how at the beginning of this session.
1:55PM - 2:15PMBREAK
Rest, Stretch, Relieve...whatever you need!
2:15PM - 2:45PMA Rebel with a Cause: Riding On Insulin’s Champion Snowboarder Sean Busby – *Sean Busby, Champion Snowboarder; Founder, Riding on Insulin; Living Well with Diabetes
Need a boost of inspiration? Sean Busby, a champion snowboarder with type 1, has shredded across the world’s most monstrous peaks, living his dreams and inspiring future generations to do the same. Sean founded Riding On Insulin, a nonprofit organization that runs charitable camps for kids with diabetes, so they can achieve the unachievable by participating in the world’s most extreme sports. Who said people with diabetes can’t do that…not Sean!!! Oh yeah, he also lives off the grid for months at a time and has been featured on HGTV for his tiny house living and eco-sustainable lifestyle.
2:50PM - 3:00PMAn Encore Performance: Rock ’n Roll with our TCOYD Docs. and Erik on Electric Guitar!
We can’t talk about s*x and drugs without some rock 'n roll. Join our TCOYD Docs as they rock an anthem for people living with diabetes from near and far. Psst…you can keep on rockin’ with us all month long as these videos will be available on-demand!!! Login to TCOYDFeb21.vfairs.com any day or every day through March 28th. Tell your buddies with diabetes that it’s not too late for them to crash the party, just have them sign-in at TCOYDFeb21.vfairs.com until March 28th too. Rock on!
3:00PM - 4:00PMExtended Health Fair time and Network Lounge Opportunities
8:00AM - 9:10AMLog in and familiarize yourselves with our state-of-the-art virtual platform ”vFairs”. Welcome video will air as soon as you sign in.
Check out our Health Fair Exhibits and Networking Lounge from 8:00AM - 9:10AM.
9:10AM - 9:55AMSex, Drugs, Rock 'n Roll & Other Taboo Topics – *Steven Edelman, MD; *Jeremy Pettus, MD; Tricia Santos, MD; and Schafer Boeder, MD
We are all feeling a little “edgy” these days so let’s channel that edge to dominate our diabetes and embrace our inner Rockstar! Dr. Jeremy and Erik will “electrify” you with their electric guitar skills and Dr. Steve and his team of docs will tactfully, tackle some of the more discrete issues related to diabetes - the hushed topics that you may have been too shy or embarrassed to ask about in-person. From erectile dysfunction, to the gas we pass, we will cover it all…mainstream topics too! You’ll be a Rockstar managing all aspects of your diabetes!
10:00AM - 10:30AMRocking Your Type 2 Diabetes Off the Charts – *Steven Edelman, MD
Dr. E will show you how to be a diabetes rock star in a way that will make you want to “boogie” all night long! You will rock out learning what you can realistically do to get your T2D in stellar shape, not only with the latest and greatest advances in therapy but also with some practical and doable lifestyle tips and tricks. If you can rock your diabetes off the charts…you will live a longer, happier and healthier life…and get your loved ones off your back, so keep on jamming with TCOYD!
10:35AM - 11:00AMUnder Pressure! Diabetes and the Emotional Toll – William Polonsky, PhD, CDE
Do you ever feel like that '80s song by Queen, “Under Pressure”, is bubbling through your veins? Trust us, you are not alone in dealing with the challenges of diabetes – there’s a whole community of people out there who understand and totally get it. Knowing there are others who feel the same way can make all of the difference in the world. Learn ways to work through the rollercoaster of emotions that often go hand in hand in living with diabetes.
11:00AM - 11:30AMBREAK
Rock on over to the exhibit hall, network lounge or watch some on-demand videos in the auditorium. Have fun but do come back to the TCOYD Auditorium for our next “LIVE” session!
11:30AM - 12:10PMSex, Drugs, & Rock 'n Roll…but First Let’s Talk About Sex! – Janis Roszler, PhD, CDCES, and Donna Rice, BSN, RN, CDCES
Sex…that’s right, we’re going there! Hey, none of us would exist here on planet earth without it. In a very open, honest and frank way, we will discuss the most fun of the taboo topics, along with some of the issues surrounding it when related to diabetes. From prepping your partner for tubes and beeps between the sheets, to low libido and E.D. (that’s “short” for erectile dysfunction…no pun intended!). We will get busy all in the name of LOVE!
12:15PM - 12:45PMDrugs...the Prescribed Kind! An Overview of Type 2 Medications –Tricia Santos, MD
There has been a revolution in type 2 diabetes medications! Find out which treatments would be best for you and learn how some of these medications have other benefits like weight loss and added protection for your heart and kidneys.
12:45PM - 1:15PMBREAK
Venture into the exhibit hall, network lounge or watch some on-demand videos in the auditorium. Have fun but do come back to the TCOYD Auditorium for our next “LIVE” session!
1:15PM - 1:45PMA Rebel with a Cause: Champion Snowboarder Sean Busby – *Sean Busby
Need a boost of inspiration? Sean Busby, a champion snowboarder with type 1, has shredded across the world’s most monstrous peaks, living his dreams and inspiring future generations to do the same. Sean founded Riding On Insulin, a nonprofit organization that runs charitable camps for kids with diabetes, so they can achieve the unachievable by participating in the world’s most extreme sports. Who said people with diabetes can’t do that…not Sean!!! Oh yeah, he also lives off the grid for months at a time and has been featured on HGTV for his tiny house living and eco-sustainable lifestyle.
1:45PM - 2:05PMBREAK
Rest, Stretch, Relieve...whatever you need!
2:05PM - 2:45PMBurning Questions? Taboo or Not…Ask Away! “LIVE” Q&A!
Moderators: *Steven Edelman, MD and Tricia Santos, MD
Panelists: Cynthia Stuenkel, MD, Jamie Wolosin, MD, Eugene Wright, MD
Do you have any burning questions about living with diabetes? Taboo or not, this team of seasoned medical professionals has heard and seen it all, and they’re ready to answer any question without blushing once. They’ll equip you with the knowledge you need to help you live your life to its fullest, so go ahead ask away. Psst…you can ask your questions privately or publicly. We’ll explain how at the beginning of this session.
2:50PM - 3:00PMAn Encore Performance: Rock 'n Roll with our TCOYD Docs. and Erik on Electric Guitar!
We can’t talk about s*x and drugs without some rock 'n roll. Join our TCOYD Docs as they rock an anthem for people living with diabetes from near and far. Psst…you can keep on rockin’ with us all month long as these videos will be available on-demand!!! Login to TCOYDFeb21.vfairs.com any day or every day through March 28th. Tell your buddies with diabetes that it’s not too late for them to crash the party, just have them sign-in at TCOYDFeb21.vfairs.com until March 28th too. Rock on!
3:00PM - 4:00PMExtended Health Fair time and Network Lounge Opportunities
TYPE 1 & TYPE 2 – The Fungus Among Us and Other Skin Conditions – Tia Paul, MD
If you’ve ever seen Dr. Pimple Popper on TLC, you know by now that skin disorders are nothing to be ashamed of. Discover the best treatments and cures for your skin conditions.
TYPE 1 & TYPE 2 – What’s Up with My Aching Stomach? – Jamie Wolosin, MD
Are stomach upset and bloating affecting your daily life? Find out how to calm your tummy down. Learn about celiac, gluten sensitivity, gastroparesis and other common problems that can affect your belly.
TYPE 1 & TYPE 2 – Things are Looking Up: Erectile Disfunction and Male Health Issues – Irwin Goldstein, MD
Things are looking up in this category. Find out the latest advancements in male health to get your mojo on!
TYPE 1 & TYPE 2 – Menopause, Hormones, and Female Health – Cynthia Stuenkel, MD
Hot flashes to poor libido…hormonal fluctuations can wreak havoc on female health. What’s a girl to do? S.O.S. solutions found here.
TYPE 1 & TYPE 2 – Alcohol and Diabetes: Do They Mix? – *Steven Edelman, MD and *Jeremy Pettus, MD
Dr. E and Dr. P have offered themselves up as “test dummies” (all in the name of research) to discover the effects of alcohol on their blood sugars. Learn through their trials and tribulations which types of alcohol keep your sugars flat, and which ones make you lose control (and your shirt).
TYPE 1 & TYPE 2 – Oh My Aching Joints: Musculoskeletal Issues – Heather McDonald, MD, FRCPC
Why does it hurt to lift my arm? Why do my fingers look gnarled? Frozen shoulder, trigger finger, arthritis and many other musculoskeletal issues are common for people living with diabetes. We’ve got helpful solutions to help keep your joints supple and free from pain.
TYPE 1 & TYPE 2 – Icky Feet? Foot Care Help to Free Your Toes – Craig Wargon, DPM
Are you hiding your feet because of bunions, hammer toe, or stinky tootsies? Hide no more and free those little piggies! Learn how to care for your feet to avoid complications and treat issues if they do arise.
TYPE 1, TYPE 2 & TYPE 3 – Diabetes Police and Diabetes Criminals – William Polonsky, PhD, CDE
Do you have the diabetes police on your case? Someone always telling you what to do to better manage your diabetes, or more specifically what not to do? Send them to this session so they can learn to never treat you like a diabetes criminal again!
TYPE 1 – Think Like an Endo: Learn What Your CGM Data Is Trying to Tell You – *Steven Edelman, MD and Schafer Boeder, MD
Learn from your own data to make adjustments to your insulin, diet, lifestyle, etc. You’ll be armed and ready with the right questions to focus on at your next doctor’s visit.
TYPE 1 – I Admit It, I Inhale: Inhaled and Other Newer Insulins – *Jeremy Pettus, MD
Dude…TCOYD is based out of California where it’s okay to inhale. Learn about inhaled, injectable, rapid-acting, and basal insulins. Toujeo, Tresiba, Afrezza, Fiasp, and Lyumjev may be hard to pronounce, but learn why these mouthfuls might be right for you.
TYPE 1 – Diabulimia and Other Eating Disorders – Liana Abascal, PhD, MDH
Managing weight and diabetes can be tricky, especially with all of the intense focus on food, labels, numbers (carbs, blood glucose, A1c) and control. How do you regain a sense of balance when you’ve restricted yourself for too long?
TYPE 2 – Why Weight? Surgical and Non-Surgical Treatments for Obesity – Jennie Luna, MD
Find out the pros and cons of various obesity treatments, allowing you to make the best choice for your health. Why weight?
TYPE 2 – Dump the Blame and Shame! Diabetes is Not Your Fault – Megan Munoz, MSN, CMSRN, CDCES
This session challenges some of the misheld beliefs and messaging about diabetes, giving you fresh insights and helpful ways to combat some of the stigmas associated with type 2.
TYPE 2 – Continuous Glucose Monitors: A Type 2’s Weapon of Mass Instruction – Schafer Boeder, MD
Continuous Glucose Monitors (CGMs) have come a long way in the last decade. Type 1s have been using them for the past two decades and now it’s our turn. Tired of finger pricks? Tired of too many highs or lows? Learn why CGM’s are a type 2s best friend.
TYPE 2 – Why Insulin Might Be Right for Someone with Type 2 – *Steven V. Edelman, MD
As type 2 diabetes progresses, the pancreas isn’t always able to keep up with insulin demands, and some people will benefit from being on insulin. But don’t fear the needle! Insulin has come a long way in the last decade, and there are lots of user-friendly and pain-free options you can choose from that will make following your daily insulin regimen seem as natural as brushing your teeth.
TYPE 2 – The Fat Chick: Exercise for EveryBODY! – Jeanette DePatie
Jeanette DePatie is a plus-sized, certified fitness instructor who has helped thousands of people of all shapes, sizes, ages and abilities learn to love their bodies and love exercise.

SPEAKERS & FACULTY

*extra-relatable faculty (they’re living with diabetes)

HIGHLIGHTED SPEAKERS

*Steven V. Edelman, MD
TCOYD Founder & Director

Dr. Edelman is the founder and director of Taking Control Of Your Diabetes (TCOYD), a professor of medicine in the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) and the Veterans Affairs (VA) Healthcare System of San Diego. He is also the director of the Diabetes Care Clinic at the VA Medical Center. Dr. Edelman, who has type 1 diabetes himself, has written more than 200 articles, five books, and has won numerous awards for teaching and humanitarianism. He has been chosen by the medical students at UCSD as the ‘teacher of the year’ numerous times. Among his many honors, Dr. Edelman has received the ‘Diabetes Educator Of The Year’ award by the American Diabetes Association, the ‘Distinction in Endocrinology’ award by the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, and named ‘Top 1% of U.S. Endocrinologists’ by US News and World Report.

*Jeremy Pettus, MD
Type 1 Track and Professional Education Director, Endocrinologist, Associate Professor of Medicine, UCSD School of Medicine

Dr. Jeremy Pettus was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 15 years old.  Since that time he has dedicated his career to educating and treating others like himself.  He is currently an Endocrinologist and Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Diego.  There, he focuses primarily on clinical trials to develop and test new and innovative therapies for people living with diabetes.  These include studies ranging from medications to reverse or slow the disease once it occurs, to islet cell transplantation strategies, to device studies such as artificial pancreas technology.  As somebody who has the disease himself, sees patients with type 1, and is actively working on curing/treating the disease, we are honored to have him as our Type 1 Track director.  Dr. Pettus travels across the country and the world meeting other leading physicians and scientists and brings this information directly to TCOYD conference participants.

Tricia Santos, MD
Type 2 Track Co-Director, Endocrinologist, Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, UCSD School of Medicine

Dr. Santos did her endocrinology training under Dr. Edelman who sparked a love for all things diabetes and always kept things both “educational & entertaining.” Now she is an Assistant Clinical Professor at UCSD where she wears many different hats. She has a special interest in caring for diabetic patients and helping them take a more active role in managing their diabetes. She directs the Diabetes & Endocrinology courses at the UCSD School of Medicine. She also teaches doctors in training and primary care physicians where she focuses on the importance of the doctor-patient relationship and involving the patient in medical decision making. Her love of teaching patients, students, and doctors has been recognized by several teaching awards. Her research focuses on investigating new and advanced therapies and technology for people with diabetes.

Schafer Boeder, MD
Type 2 Track Co-Director, Endocrinologist, Assistant Professor of Medicine, UCSD School of Medicine

Schafer Boeder, MD, is a board-certified endocrinologist who diagnoses and treats people with a variety of endocrine conditions, with a particular focus on diabetes. His research is focused on new medications, devices, and technologies to help patients with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. He is active in patient education through organizations such as Taking Control of Your Diabetes, where he speaks on topics such as current and future therapies for diabetes.  Dr. Boeder was chief fellow during his endocrinology and metabolism fellowship at UC San Diego School of Medicine, where he also completed his residency in internal medicine. He earned his medical degree from Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Va. He is board certified in internal medicine and endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism.

EVENT FACULTY

Liana Abascal, PhD, MDH

Psychologist and Health Coach, Private Practice, Assistant Professor at the California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant International University

*Sean Busby

Champion Snowboarder; Founder, Riding on Insulin; Living Well with T1D

Jeanette DePatie

Fitness Instructor, Certified Personal Trainer, Author, Producer, and Professional Speaker

*Leslie Eiland, MD

Endocrinologist, Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Nebraska Medical Center; Medical Director, Endocrine Telehealth Program; Living Well with T1D

Irwin Goldstein, MD

Urologist, Director, San Diego Sexual Medicine; Director of Sexual Medicine, Alvarado Hospital; Clinical Professor of Surgery, UCSD School of Medicine

Jennie Luna, MD

Endocrinologist and Obesity Medicine Specialist

Heather McDonald, MD, FRCPC

Rheumatologist, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto

Megan Munoz, MSN, CMSRN, CDCES

Inpatient and Outpatient Educator, UnityPoint; Host, Type2andYou with Meg Podcast

Tia Paul, MD

Dermatologist, St. Joseph & St. Jude Heritage Medical Group, Santa Ana

William Polonsky, PhD, CDE

Clinical Psychologist, Founder and CEO, Behavioral Diabetes Institute, San Diego, California

Donna Rice, BSN, RN, CDCES

Chief Strategy and Population Health Officer, The Root Cause

Janis Roszler, PhD, CDCES

Instructor and Research Chair, International Institute of Clinical Sexology; Board Certified Sex Therapist, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist

*Kerri Sparling

Author, Creator of SixUntilMe.com, Speaker; Living Well with T1D

Cynthia Stuenkel, MD

Specialist in Female Health, Menopause, Hormones, Male Health, E.D. and more

Craig Wargon, DPM

Podiatrist, Medical Director of The Technology Group, Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Santa Rosa, California

Jamie Wolosin, MD

Gastroenterologist, Sharp HealthCare, San Diego, California

Eugene Wright, Jr., MD

Medical Director, Performance Improvement, Charlotte AHEC

This event took place on Feb 27th.

You can view all lectures from this event in the TCOYD Video Vault.

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