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Dear Academy Follow:
In order to fulfill the admission requirements of AAP Bylaws, you are requested to 1) Carefully review
the following list of new applicants for Academy membership, and 2) relay your reactions directly to your District Chairperson, whose name and address is at the end of this list.
Sharon A. Galli, M.D.
308 Knobs Hill Ct.
Wexford, PA 15090
Fadi F. Bitar, M.D.
American Univ. of Beirut
850 3rd Ave., 18th floor
New York, NY 10022
NewYork I
Barbara M. Safee, M.D.
81 Irving Terr.
Buffalo, NY 14223-2739
Coffesponding Fellow
Yousef Mohammed Al-Khalil, M.D.
PO Box 50258
Riyadh 11523
Saudi Arabia
Corresponding Fellow
Vassilios Papadakis, M.D.
1 Arnelou St.
Filothei 15237
Greece
Coffesponding Fellow
Elpis Vlachopapadopoulou, M.D.
1 Arnelou St.
Filothei 15237
Greece
NewYork 2
Neer-a Sehgal Ahuja, M.D.
34 Danville Dr.
Green Lawn, NY 11 740
Attilio Antonio Avidano, M.D.
89 Wirt Ave.
Staten Island, NY 10309
Elizabeth Z. Krowitz, M.D.
83 Canfield Dr.
Stamford, CT 06902-1609
Uniformed Services East
David O. Childers, Jr, M.D.
Pediatric Dept.
Naval Hospital
Camp Lejune, NC 28547
Byron Cedric Cotton, M.D.
Pramod Narula, M.D.
259 1 st St.
Dept. of Pediatrics
Mineola, NY 11501
NewYork 3
Harris Solomon Huberman, M.D.
180 Bay St.
Bronx, NY 10464-1355
Sara R. Viteri, M.D.
4 Spruce Rd.
Larchmont, NY 10538-1521
Greg A. Yapalater, M.D.
11 11 Park Ave.
New York, NY 10128
District of Columbia
Maislyn A. Christie, M.D.
204 ManorTerr.
Landover, MD 20785
Joseph Solages, M.D.
Lydia Esther Soto-Torres, M.D.
11 16 Snider Ln.
Silver Spring, MD 20905
LT. Elise Fuligni Thomas, M.D.
Naval Hospital
PSC 81 0, Box 19
FPO, AE 09619-0700
Massachusetts
Gianna Demos, M.D.
27 Lincoln St.
Melrose, MA 02176-3546
Glenn Tsuyoshi Furuta, M.D.
45-A Bellevue Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02140-3636
Marianne Kuzujanakis, M.D.
9 Lanes End
Ipswich, MA 01938-2524
Kimiberee Smith Mc Cartney, M.D.
Natick Medical Office
307 W. Central St.
Natick, MA 01760-3719
Susan Silk, M.D.
47 Old Stage Rd.
Hatfield, MA 01038
RhodelIsland
Andree Fontaine Heinl, M.D.
15 Oak Manor Dr.
Barrington, RI 02806
William James Turtle, M.D.
7 Ellis St.
Barrington, RI 02806-2513
Maryland
Stuart M. Tomares, M.D.
51 Cedarwood Cr.
Baftimore, MD 21208-6402
New Jersey
Padmini Chelliah, M.D.
I110 New Brookldyn Rd.
Florida
Bishnu Charan Borah, M.D.
1039 Drew Dr.
Yardley, PA 19067-4057
Lawrence J. Butler, M.D.
406 Third St.
North Versailles, PA 15137-1220
Stephanie Ann Chuipek, M.D.
515 Westminster Ave.
Swarthmore, PA 19081
William Charles Warner, M.D.
869 Madison
Memphis, TN 38103
Ananthalakshmi Krishnan, M.D.
2002 Delprado Blvd.
Cape Coral, FL 33990-4557
Michael Quinn, M.D.
1109 Granby St.
Nrofol k, VA 2351 0
Stella B. Legarda, M.D.
9325 SW 41 st Ln.
Gainesville, FL 32608-4169
Allyson Ann Van Steenbergen, M.D.
Kimberly Panter Dunsmore, M.D.
1931 Medical Ave.
Harrisburg, VA 22801
Ilene R.S. Sosenko, M.D.
Univ. of Miami
Dept. of Pediatrics, R-131
Sch. of Med., PO Box 01 6960
Miami, FL 33101
Jennifer S. Thielhelm, M.D.
300 N. Lake Destiny Rd.
Maitland, FL 32751
Georgia
David N. Harvey, 111, M.D.
1 16 S. Houston Rd.
Warner Robins, GA 31088-3904
Indiana
Timothy M. Cordes, M.D.
Riley Research 126
Lisa A. Thompson, M.D.
21 0 Lakeview Dr.
Noblesville, IN 46060-4101
Michigan
David William Brege, M.D.
14701 Towering Oaks Dr.
Shelby Township, Ml 48315-1649
Theodore Okechuku, M.D.
4826 Village Ln.
Toledo, OH 43614
Surgery Specialty Fellow
Marc Godfrey Schlatter, M.D.
3055 Lake Dr., SE
Grand Rapids, Ml 49503
North Carolina
Eliza Erhardt-Eisen, M.D.
Caroline D.H. Dougherty, M.D.
356 Montrose Ave.
Akron, OH 44310-3862
Angelique D. Gloster, M.D.
3664 Ashworth Dr., #A
Cincinnati, OH 45208
Chapel Hill, NC 27514-5211
Felix A. Okah, M.D.
6913 Lynnfield Ct.
Cincinnati, OH 45243-1703
Theresa Lyn Hamel, M.D.
37 Forest Knoll Dr.
Weaverville, NC 28787
Otolaryngology Specialty Fellow
1 01 Green Willow Ct.
Harold F. Latta, M.D.
3726 Brownstone Ln.
Winston-Salem, NC 27106
Bethel Susan Steindel, M.D.
I11005 Thomhill Club Dr.
Charlotte, NC 28277-0179
Brian D. Carlsen, M.D.
Alexandria Clinic, P.A.
610 Fillmore
PO Box 1149
Alexandria, MN 56308-1738
Mary Kathryn Vatterott, M.D.
1562 Blackhawk Lake Dr.
Eagan, MN 55122-1257
226 S. Woods Mill Rd., #32W
St. Louis, MO 63141 -8421
Wisconsin
Glena O. Davies, M.D.
9220 W. Waterford Ave.
Greenfield, WI 53228
Steven Walter Moul, M.D.
PO Box 2050
Tuba City, AZ 86045 2050
Colorado
Christopher Scott Stanley, M.D.
Arvada, CO 80002
Nevada
Michael D. Berent, M.D.
3216 Flagstaff Ct.
Las Vegas, NV 89117-0188
Ralph M. Conti, M.D.
6301 Mountain Vista, #209
Henderson, NV 89014
Kyle Owen Mounts, M.D.
W 71 N 1065 Leicester Ave.
Cedarburg, WI 53012
Orthopaedics Specialty Fellow
Jonathan F. Camp, M.D.
3121 S. Maryland Pkw., #300
Las Vegas, NV 89109-2300
Robert A. Rosen, M.D.
Newtowne Medical Group
8675 N. Port Washington Rd.
Fox Point, WI 53217-2209
Oregon
Michelle E. Urban, M.D.
5401 S. Cambeidge Ln.
Greenfield, WI 53221-3237
Otolaryngolog Specialty Fellow
James Paul Cuyler, D
2525 NW Lovejoy, #402
Portland, OR 97210
Utah
Susan Payne Etheridge, M.D.
1 00 N. Medical Dr.
Salt Lake City, UT 84113
Washington
Alabama
David Anthony Koh, M.D.
17000 140th Ave., NE, #1 02
Woodinville, WA 98072-9001
Edith Dela Cruz, M.D.
375 Pinehurst Dr.
Talladega, AL 35160-2936
Carole Alice Lengyel, M.D.
2700 Northrup Way
Bellevue, WA 98004-1461
Arkansas
Brian Hiegel Hardin, M.D.
25 Wingate Dr.
Little Rock, AR 72205-2540
Uniformed Services West
George J. Bares, M.D.
1317 Colonial Pkwy.
Daniel S. Weeden, M.D.
2900 Moberly Ln.
Bentonville, AR 72712-4502
Vaughn William Hanson, M.D.
Clovis, NM 88103-301
2309 S. 35th St.
Abilene, TX 79605
Louisiana
Veronica Mitchell Thomas, M.D.
3711 Cathedral Dr.
Baton Rouge, LA 70805-6219
Surgery Specialty Fellow
Rodney B. Steiner, M.D.
California 1
Greg Cohen, M.D.
1430 Tulane Ave.
4944 Sunrise Blvd.
Fair Oaks, CA 95628-4967
Dept. of Surgery, SL-22
New Orleans, LA 70112
Texas
Leslie Ellen Arnold, M.D.
17530 Rustling Aspen Ln.
Houston, TX 77095
Surgery Specialty Fellow
Susan Kay Green Clffford, M.D.
9 Medical Pkwy., #201
Dallas, TX 75234
1 1900 Possum Track Rd.
Raleigh, NC 27614-9613
Arizona
1 1825 W. 56th Dr.
Missouri
Joseph K. Goldenberg, M.D.
Susan Harris Buckner, M.D.
1500 Ashberry
Austin, TX 78723-1104
Mary Rose Wedegaertner, M.D.
Puerto Rico
llena De La Sota, M.D.
Granada Park Apt. #1 36
Guaynabo, PR 00969
Minnesota
Diana Radkowski, M.D.
3243 E. Fairfax Rd.
Cleveland Heights, OH 44118
Brad Wayne Warner, M.D.
Children's Hosp. Med. Ctr.
3333 Burnet Ave.
Dept. of Pediatric Surgery
Cincinnaff, OH 45229-3039
Surgery Specialty Fellow
Jaksic, M.D.
6621 Fannin, MC 3-2325
IHouston, TX 77030-2399
ITom
Sharon Elaine Sholiton, M.D.
3849 W. Greenwood St.
Skokie, IL 60076-1939
702 Barnhill Dr.
Indianapolis, IN 46202-5225
Ohio
Valerie Kay Cook, M.D.
1 154 Mallard Creek Rd.
Louisville, KY 40207-5831
Woo Chun Whang Paik, M.D.
225 E. Lakeside Dr.
Vernon Hills, IL 60061
Lynn Beth Ruechel, M.D.
2734 N. 73rd St.
Wauwatosa, WI 53210-1001
Kelly Kranys Liang, M.D.
4950 Le Jeune Rd., F
Coral Gables, FL 33146-2231
Kentucloy
Pennsylvania
Carolyn Whitney, M.D.
1961 S. Parkway East
Memphis, TN 3811t4-2018
UVA Health Sciences Ctr.
Dept. of Pediatrics
PO Box 386
Charlottesville, VA 22908
Laura G. Hoyt, M.D.
1 14 W. 88th St., 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10024-2402
69 Stanwick Ct.
Somerset, NJ 08873
Myrna M. Pablo, M.D.
1924 Alcoa Hwy.
Knoxville, TN 37920
Allan M. Greissman, M.D.
20191 E. Country Club Dr.
Apt. #2009
North Miami, FL 33180
Olga Maria Bonillia Sherrod, M.D.
5455 Meridian Mark Rd., #1 00
Atlanta, GA 30342
Jacqueline Angela Williams, M.D.
St. Jude Children's Research
332 N. Lauderdale
Memphis, TN 38101 -0318
Virginia
Eileen Tsai Chen, M.D.
12 Marshall St.
West Orange, NJ 07052
Puthenmadam Radhakrishnan,
MPH, M.D.
27 Knight Dr., West
Plainsboro, NJ 08536
Tennessee
Maria Luiza Albuquerque, M.D.
Diane Marle Cicatello, M.D.
5504 Baywater Dr.
Tampa, FL 33615
David J. Mc Lario, D.O.
3782 Hollow Tree Ln.
Lilburn, GA 30247-2405
Cheryl Ann Kuponiyi, M.D.
118 Deerpath Dr., RD1
Mays Landing, NJ 08330
South Carolina
Susan Walden-Cohn, M.D.
8 Colony Point
Georgetown, SC 29440
Orthopaedics Specia/ty Fellow
Edison, NJ 08817-2269
Cheryl Ann Duffy, M.D.
2501 Shenango Valley Freeway
Hermitage, PA 16148
Thomas W. Porter, M.D.
12322 Nesmfth
Houston, TX 77035
Matthew A. Eisenberg, M.D.
300 Homer Ave.
Dept. of Pediatrics
Palo Alto, CA 94301-2726
Christina E. Tan, M.D.
2054 Fairmont Dr.
San Mateo, CA 94402-3926
Mark R. Velcoff, M.D.
45 E. San Joaquin St.
Salinas, CA 93901-2903
Kwong K. Yau, M.D.
7575 Kirwin Ln.
Cupertino, CA 95014-4338
California 2
Susan Jo Start, M.D.
9607 Rustling Leaf
San Antonio, TX 78250
Juan Antonio Mocega, Jr, M.D.
3333 Skypark Dr.
Torrance, CA 90505
Surgery Specialty Fellow
Rama Venkat, M.D.
636 Pantera Dr.
Diamond Bar, CA 91765-1855
Illinois
Doreena M. Mc Bride, M.D.
475 Brown Blvd., #102
Bourbonnais, IL 60914-2325
Barry A. Hicks, M.D.
5323 Harry Hines Blvd.
Dept. of Pediatrics
Dallas, TX 752354580
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Olutomisin M. Adesina, M.D.
1 14 Greenbriar Dr.
Ripley, WV 25271-1624
Laura Senator, M.D.
6026 NW 19th Pi.
Gainesville, FL 32605-3246
Joseph L. Fernandez-Moure, M.D.
2 N. Edgewood Ave.
West Orange, NJ 07052-3120
967 Park Ave.
Plainfield, NJ 07060
West Virginia
Staten Island, NY 10314
1144 Shiloh Ct.
Mobile, AL 36609-3069
Bradley S. Jackson, M.D.
9935 Coventry Ct.
Mason, OH 45040-9537
Sheila H. Timothy, M.D.
PO Box 1242
Uniontown, PA 15401 -1242
Myungduk Roger Kim, M.D.
62 Pierpont PI.
Marcy Renee Stein-Albert, M.D.
17-85 215th St., 7-F
Bayside, NY 1 1360-1709
Connecticut
Linda Ellen Range, M.D.
232 Leawood Ln.
State College, PA 16803-2300
In submitting these names of board-certified pediatricians to you, it is understood that academic and pediatric
credentials are not in question. Comments are requested concerning possible legal and/or ethical situations of
which you might have personal knowledge.
Send any comments on the following list of now applicants to your District Chairperson by November 15.
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Cheryl H. Williams, M.D.
4381 Maury Ave.
Long Beach, CA 90807-2536
DISTRICT III
Anthony P. DeSpirito, M.D.
DISTRICT V
Robert E. Hannemann, M.D.
27 Cotswold Circle
Ocean Township, NJ 07712
2600 Greenbush
PO Box 5545
Lafayette, IN 47903-5545
Penny Murata, M.D.
DISTRICT I
194 S. Lakeview Ave.
Anaheim, CA 92807-3606
Gilbert L. Fuld, M.D.
Keene Clinic
590 Court St.
Keene, NH 03431-1798
DISTRICT IV
Joseph R. Zanga, M.D.
DISTRICT 11
Louis Z. Cooper, M.D.
gency Pediatrics
Children's Medical Center
Box 514
Richmond, VA 23298-0514
California 4
Genetics Specialty Fellow
Touran Majlessipour Zadeh, M.D.
Children's Hosp./ Orange Co.
Orange, CA 92668
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PARTNERS IN CARE: GETTING
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November 10-1 1, 1994, East Lansing,
Mi. Sponsored by Department of Pediatrics and Human Development,
College of Human Medicine, Michigan
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Life Sciences, Dept. of Pediatrics/
Human Development, Michigan State
University, East Lansing, MI 488241317; (517) 353-5408.
ii,Ned by
DISTRICT IX
Leonard A. Kutnik, M.D.
DISTRICT VI
Chair, Division of General/Emer-
Pediatric Service
St Lukes Roosevelt Hospital Center
1 1 11 Amsterdam Ave.
New York, NY 10025
DISTRICT VII
Carden Johnston, M.D.
Children's Hospital of Alabama
1600 7th Ave., South
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teaching. Provides services in developmental evaluation program, newborn follow-up and ADHD. For additional information, send C.V. to: Daniel
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HuntsvilIle/Madison: Outstanding
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practice from infants to adolescents.
Offering excellent salary and benefits
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San Francisco: Exceptional opportunity for BC/BE Pediatrician to join a
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We offer an excellent salary for either
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Illinois
Suburban Chicago: Hinsdale Hospital is seeking a full-time BC/BE
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Street, Hinsdale, IL 60521; (708) 8566667 or FAX (708) 856-4296.
Med/Peds or internist needed to
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chronically underserved populations.
Your family will enjoy excellent schools
and high-quality life in this resort community on the shores of Lake Michigan
- about 90 miles from Chicago. If you
share our bias for excellence in a
unique, primary care, Med/Peds
model, send your CV to: Meredith
Schmidt, R.N., Physician Services
Liaison, Lakeland Regional Health
System, 1234 Napier, St. Joseph, MI
49085, FAX (61 6) 927-5338 or callI
(800) 726-8939.
Minnesota
Make your move. Make it Winona.
Winona Clinic, Ltd., is recruiting a
BC/BE pediatric physician who wishes
to enjoy the high quality of life found in
the upper Mississippi River blufflands,
while continuing our 70 year legacy of
caring. The successful applicant will
join our two-physician department in a
23-member, multispecialty group.
Serving a trade population of 40,000
with nearly 350 patient visits per day,
our clinic is the primary referral center
to the 100-bed Community Hospital.
Winona's progressive educational system, including three post-secondary
institutions, and a diverse blend of cultural offerings, create a unique
backdrop for a quality lifestyle. For
more information, including salary and
benefits, send your C.V. or call Jerry
Knuesel, Administrator, (507) 4577722, at Winona Clinic, Ltd., 420 E.
Sarnia Street, Winona, MN 55987.
CIGNA HealthCare, one of America's leading providers of
managed medical care, currently has practice opportunities
available in Phoenix, Tucson and in four counties in the Los
Angeles area.
As part of a multi-specialty group, our pediatricians work as a
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a predictable schedule and an outstanding compensation
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For more information, call us or send your CV to:.
CA: Physician Recruitment, CIGNA Medical Group, 505 N.
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FAX: (818) 500-6986.
AZ: Medical Staff Recruitment, CIGNA HealthCareof AZ,
11001 N. Black Canyon Hwy., Suite 401-14, Phoenix, AZ 85029,
(800) 252-2471, FAX (602) 371-2526.
Kentucky
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rural Eastern Kentucky. Must be
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physicians. Great call coverage.
If you want to be "Welcomed to
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at (800) 677-7987, ext. 4248 or
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Washington
Southwestern New Hampshire:
Sixth pediatrician to join 57-physician,
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Excellent community hospital, progressive college community near Mt.
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Northwest Permanente, P.C., a
stable, physician-managed, multi-specialty group providing care for 380,000
members of Kaiser Permanente, is
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PACIFIC NORTHWEST Full-
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time, BC/BE Pediatrician to join
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Located in a growing Southwest
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metropolitan areas: Madison, Milwaukee and Chicago. Excellent financial
package. Contact: Jacquelyn Degenhardt, Physician Recruitment, Beloit
Memorial Hospital, 1969 W. Hart
Road, Beloit, WI 5351 1; (800) 6372641, Ext. 5757.
250,000, neighboring Portland,
Oregon. Salary and benefits
leading to partnership. Please
send C.V. to: Bev Karizen, c/o
The Vancouver Clinic, 700 NE
87th Avenue, Vancouver, WA
98664.
Pacific Northwest. We also offer a
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New Jersey
competitive salary and benefits package including paid malpractice,
sabbatical, two pension plans and
Teaneck: Third BC/BE Pediatrician,
full-time preferred, for young, growing
practice, 1 0 minutes from NYC. Salary
leading to partnership. Reply with CV
to: Edward Zajkowski, M.D., 197
Cedar Lane, Teanecl<, NJ 07666.
land, M.D., Regional Medical Director,
Northwest Permanente, P.C., 2701
N.W. Vaughn, Suite 300, Portland, OR
Pediatrics - La Salle Clinic, a 150plus physician-owned, multispecialty
group, is recruiting BC/BE Pediatricians. With 16 clinic locations
throughout northeastern Wisconsin,
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environment, enjoy a strong referral
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722-9989.
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Pennsylvania
The Geisinger system of health care
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care offices. Open positions consist of
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Philadelphia: Children's Rehabilitation Hospital, Divison of Thomas
Jefferson University Hospital, seeking
pediatrician to join interdisciplinary
rehabilitative team. Patients include
infants with sequelae of prematurity,
children and adolescents with chronic
illnesses. Ambulatory care, developmental follow-up, teaching, and
research opportunities. Call Stephen
J. McGeady, M.D., (215) 578-3758.
Vermont
13C/BE Pediatrician to join group of
four pediatricians immediately; active
practice, friendly, beautiful New England community; excellent skiing,
hiking, and boating. Contact: Pediatric
Associates, 3 Mahoney Avenue, Rutland, VT 05701.
Middlebury: Established practice in
college town seeks enthusiastic
BC/BE Pediatrician for family/childcentered care. Beautiful Champlain
Valley location. Convenient to cultural
and recreational centers. Local hospital. Within 45 minutes of university
medical center. Contact Dr. Peters at
(802) 388-7959.
Virginia
NEEDED STAT - 13C/13E PEDIATRICIAN Neighborhood-oriented practice
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