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April 24, 2014

American Portfolios Financial Services, Inc. Participating in Annual Face of America Bicycle Ride - PRNewswire
HOLBROOK, N.Y., April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On Friday, April 25, 2014, Team American Portfolios will participate for the eighth consecutive year in the Face of America (FOA) bicycle ride, hosted by World T.E.A.M. Sports (WTS), a not-for-profit organization that brings together...

Maryland To Require Autism Insurance Coverage - Autism Speaks - Advocasy

New regulations finalized, licensure bill for ABA providers heading to Governor

April 23, 2014

(April 23, 2014) -- The Maryland Insurance Administration (MIA) has finalized new regulations that will require coverage of autism benefits, including applied behavior analysis (ABA), for many private plans as well as state employees. Related legislation that would establish a state licensing procedure for ABA providers, meanwhile, is headed to Gov. Martin O'Malley in May.

The new requirements will apply to individual, fully funded small and large group plans, the state employee health plan and coverage purchased through Maryland's health insurance marketplace created under the Affordable Care Act.The coverage includes a minimum of 25 hours weekly of ABA up to agesix, and then 10 hours weekly through age 18.

In addition, psychological care and speech, occupational and physical therapy for the treatment of autism are covered.

However, the regulations require ABA practitioners to be licensed by the state. Because Maryland has no license, legislation was moved through the legislature to create the license and will be sent to the Governor next month. Autism Speaks and other advocacy organizations had urged the state to accept professional certification to speed up the process, but MIA insisted on the need for a state license.

Rather than require autism insurance coverage through legislation, the Maryland Legislature in 2012 chose to create a task force to clarify the state's existing habilitative services statute to provide autism coverage. After a year of study, MIA first proposed regulations in September 2013, then issued a new proposal this year which ultimately was finalized.

Autism Speaks, Pathfinders for Autism and the Maryland Association of Behavior Analysts will host a series of information session in May to familiarize families and providers with the new regulations. Learn more here.

April 23, 2014

Traveling Poses a Unique Set of Challenges for People with Blindness - PRNewswire
SACRAMENTO, Calif., April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Getting from "here to there" can be challenging and require patience from most everyone. But for people with blindness or visual impairment, overcoming mobility challenges often takes more than just patience – it takes...

Rethink Announces Addition of Student Activity Center, Making Their Model the First Comprehensive Special Education Solution - PRNewswire

NEW YORK, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Rethink is pleased to announce the launch of its Student Activity Center, a newly developed interface for children featuring computer-based activities aligned with the platform's curriculum, reporting, and progress monitoring tools. The...



Cutting-edge Research to be Presented at 4th Annual International Symposium on Lung-Sparing Therapies for Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma in Santa Monica - PRNewswire

LOS ANGELES, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On June 7, 2014 global experts on malignant pleural mesothelioma will convene in Santa Monica, CA at the 4th Annual International Symposium on Lung-Sparing Therapies for Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma, a rare form of cancer that results...



Boston Elder Care Expert A. Michael Bloom Named "Life Coach of the Year" Finalist for International Coach Federation of New England - PRNewswire

BOSTON, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- For the second year in a row, A. Michael Bloom has been selected as a finalist for "Life Coach of the Year" honors by the International Coach Federation New England (ICFNE). Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140422/77413 ICFNE...



Andy Imparato, AUCD Executive Director, Speaks at Delaware Town Hall on How New HCBS Rule Would Change Options for People with Disabilities - AUCD
More than a hundred people gathered at the Embassy Suites in Newark Monday morning to discuss a new federal rule that could dramatically change options in housing, employment and other basics for people with disabilities. "This is an issue that has divided the [disability] community," Imparato said. "But there is a consensus that everyone should have the opportunity for a competitive work environment at the start of their working lives."
April 22, 2014

UN: People With Disabilities Free To Make Own Decisions - DisabiltyScoop
People with even the most severe disabilities have the right to make their own decisions, no matter if their choices are risky or ultimately turn out to be mistakes, a U.N. panel says.

Telemedicine Shows Promise For ABA Therapy - DisabiltyScoop
Using web-based technology to teach parents the strategies of applied behavior analysis could offer big gains for kids with autism, new research suggests.

Debate Surrounds Condition That Mimics Psychiatric Disorders - DisabiltyScoop
Experts say that treatable infections may be behind a growing number of children developing symptoms of psychological disorders seemingly overnight, but the idea remains controversial.

DrforCash.com Offers US Doctors Reputation Management Resources, As Well As a Platform for Getting Private Practices Noticed - PRNewswire
LAS VEGAS, April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Doctor For Cash, LLC, a company focused on the cash-based medical practices of America, has recently released the DrforCash.com web site. This new net destination serves as a kind of all-in-one toolbox for ambitious medical professionals, as...

Union MedTech and Rex Bionics to Exhibit at Master Investor 2014 Conference - PRNewswire

LONDON, April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- REX hands-free exoskeleton technology to be showcased at London conference  Union MedTech Plc, a company focused on medical technology, will be exhibiting at the Master Investor 2014 conference on Saturday, 26 April 2014 at the Business Design...



TRICARE Plans Major Revamp of ABA Services For Military Kids - Autism Speaks - Advocasy

Three different programs serving kids with autism will be rolled into one

April 22, 2014

WASHINGTON, DC (April22, 2014) -- In a report to Congress,TRICARE announced it will be creating a new Autism Care Demonstration startingJuly 25 that willconsolidate all ABA programs into one uniform benefit for TRICARE beneficiaries with autism.

The new program will launch with the expiration of the current Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Pilot for non-active duty family members that has been problematic since its launch last year and has served very few children.

TRICARE intends to transition all beneficiaries receiving ABA services to the new demonstration by the end of 2014.TRICARE reports the new demonstration will extend through December 31, 2016 while the Department of Defense considers coverage of ABA as medical care.

Policy specifics of the new Autism Care Demonstration were not provided in TRICARE's report.Autism Speaks will monitor the release of the program details and encourage TRICARE to publish its proposed policies and seek public input into the process.

"Transparency is important here," said Karen Driscoll, Autism Speaks associate director of federal government affairs and military relations. "Military families need to be able to plan for their healthcare decisions.Engaging with families, service providers, and medical experts is also important to ensure final policies meet the needs of military children in a manner consistent with best practices."

Autism Speaks continues to work with Congressional champions to require ABA coverage for all military children with developmental disabilities, such as Down syndrome,and at medically prescribed levels.Earlier this month, Autism Speaks hosted Congressional briefings for the House and the Senate to highlight the need for the legislation.

Links to the complete TRICARE Reports to Congress can be found HERE and HERE.

April 21, 2014

Group Homes' Decision To Bar Newlyweds From Cohabiting Upheld - DisabiltyScoop
A federal judge has thrown out a discrimination claim from a married couple with intellectual disabilities who were denied the opportunity to live together in the same group home.

Nebraska Becomes 36th State To Require Autism Coverage - Autism Speaks - Advocasy

Gov. Heineman signs bill requiring certain insurers to cover diagnosis, treatment

April 21, 2014

LINCOLN (April 21, 2014) -- Nebraska became the 36th state to enact autism insurance reform today when Gov. Dave Heineman signed legislation requiring certain insurers to coverthe diagnosis and treatment of autism up to age 20. The new law, which takes effect with new health policies issued for 2015, requires up to 25 hours a week of behavioral health treatment, including applied behavior analysis (ABA).

Heineman said he was signingthe bill, LB.254, "on behalf of families who meet the challenges of autism every day.” The bill was sponsored bySen. Colby Coash of Lincoln, who has worked for years withfamilies and autism advocacy groups, such as Autism Speaks, in winning autism insurance reform.

“I care about this issue because I have seen the impact that this treatment can have on the future of a child with autism,” saidCoash. “Positive things can happen when they receive life-changing treatment. These families are strong willed and they never gave up on the bill, so I wouldn't either. Today is a special day.”

“This is a great day for Autism families in Nebraska,” said Vicki Depenbusch, Autism Speaks' advocacy chair for Nebraska. “It gives us hope that our children will be the best citizens that they can be.”

Depenbusch's son,Jacob, who has autism, and Heineman (pictured right with Vicki Depenbusch and Coash)metat a parent teacher conferencein 2010. The two have communicated regularly and attended events together over the last four years. Jacob calls himself the “Governor's Buddy.”

The new law requires coverage for speech, occupational and physical therapy, as well as pharmaceutical care for the treatment of autism. No visit or dollars are imposed on those services.

Behavioral health treatment, however, was cappedat25 hours per week andinsurers will be ableto reviewtreatment plans every six months.Certain state-regulated group and individual health policies, as well as state employees, will be covered.

In addition to Nebraska, Utah has enacted autism insurance reform in 2014 and Kansas expanded its 2010 law, which was limited to state employees, tocover its kids with autism. Similar bills remain active in Hawai'i and North Carolina, and legislation that would raise Maine's age cap from 5 to 10 was just sent to the Governor.


Marijuana Rated Significantly More Effective in Treating Fibromyalgia Symptoms than FDA-Approved Drugs, Global Survey Finds - PRNewswire

GOLDEN, Colo., April 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A survey of 1,339 people with fibromyalgia conducted by The National Pain Foundation and NationalPainReport.com, revealed that those who have used marijuana to treat their symptoms find it significantly more effective than any of the three...



NIH Seeking Public Comment On DSM Autism Update - DisabiltyScoop
Nearly a year after new diagnostic criteria for autism took effect, the National Institutes of Health is asking everyone from families to health experts to weigh in on the changes.

2013 IACC Summary of Advances in Autism Spectrum Disorder Research Now Available - AUCD
The Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC) and the Office of Autism Research Coordination are pleased to announce the release of the 2013 IACC Summary of Advances in Autism Spectrum Disorder Research in conjunction with the celebration of National Autism Awareness Month. The 2013 IACC Summary of Advances is a collection of brief summaries of studies selected by the IACC as the twenty most significant biomedical and services research advances in the field of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) research in 2013.
April 18, 2014

Public Comments Disclose Flaws In Medicare Program That Compromise Quality Of Care For Patients - PRNewswire
WASHINGTON, April 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- An array of clinicians and advocates for Medicare patients, as well as home medical equipment providers, manufacturers, and trade groups, sharply oppose a proposal by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to expand the...

Medicare Patients Face Danger Going To Doctors' Offices Says AAHomecare - PRNewswire
WASHINGTON, April 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Dorena Hyatt of Meyersdale, Pa., has been disabled since the age of 12.  "My disability affected my legs and I am no longer able to walk," said Hyatt. Now 65 years old, she lives alone and maintains her independence by using a...

Home Videos May Allow For Quicker Autism Diagnosis - DisabiltyScoop
Using YouTube videos, researchers say they've identified a new approach to autism screening that could significantly speed up the path to diagnosis.

Court: Mom Acted Wrongly In Arranging Son's Vasectomy - DisabiltyScoop
In a case centering on the rights of people with intellectual disabilities, a court has ruled that an Iowa mother overstepped when she arranged a vasectomy for her son with special needs.

Request for Information (RFI): Impact of DSM-5 Changes to Diagnostic Criteria for Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) on Research and Services - AUCD
NIH released a Request for Information (RFI) to seek input from the scientific community, health professionals, self-advocates, family members, and other community stakeholders on the biomedical and services research implications of recent changes to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5) diagnostic criteria for Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).

Boeing Hit With Class Action Suit Over ABA Denials - Autism Speaks - Advocasy

Washington employees accuse aerospace giant of Mental Health Parity violations

April 18, 2014

(APRIL 20, 2014) --Aerospace giant Boeinghas been hit with a complaint in federal court by its Washington state employees who claim the company's denial of insurance coverage of applied behavior analysis (ABA) for their children withautism violates thefederal Mental Health Parity Act. Filed by two families whose sons have autism, "C.S." and "D.Z.",the suit seeks certification as a class action on behalf of Boeing's 81,000 Washington-based employees.

Listed #30 on the Fortune 500 list as the nation's largest aerospace and defense firm, Boeing reported earning $3.9 billion in profits last year on $81.7 billion in revenues. Headquartered in Chicago, half of Boeing's employees are based in Washington. The suit was filed in U.S. Dstrict Court in Seattle.

The case has added significance because Boeing self-insures its employee health plan and therefore isregulated under federal ERISA lawwhich is immune from state autism insurance reform laws, such asthe law in its headquarters state of Illinois. The suit was filed bySeattle attorneys Ele Hamburger and Richard Spoonemore who have been winning a series of similar federal class action suits in Washington over ABA denials. The complaint alleges Boeing's denial of ABA benefits violates the 2008 Wellstone Domenici Mental HealthParity and Addiction Equity Act as well as its fiduciary responsibilities under ERISA.

Boeingdoes not expressly exclude ABA coverage in its health plan, but ratherhas its claims administrators exclude all coverage of ABA therapy through internal policies and restricted provider networks, the complaint alleges.

Boeing's non-mental health claims administrator, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois (BCBSIL), excludedABA therapy coverage.When a Boeingemployeeoverturned thedenial,according to the complaint,Boeingdirected BCBSIL to classify ABA therapy as a mental health service to be administered by Value Options, which administers Boeing's mentalhealthclaims.

Boeing directed Value Options to limit its provider network in Washington state to exclude licensed ABA agencies, the plaintiffs assert.

"The effect of Boeing/Value Option's failure to include in its network any licensed ABA agencies in Washington state is the same as a blanket exclusion," according to the complaint."It is impossible for plaintiffs and the proposed class to obtain coverage for the ABA therapy services they need because Boeing will not contract with any providers who can deliver it."

The Mental Health ParityActdoesnotrequire Boeing to cover mental health services; rather it requires employers if they do choose to provide mental health coverage -- as the Boeing plan does-- to cover the benefits“at parity” with medical benefits.ERISA requires Boeing to abide by the Mental Health Parity Act and other regulation in administering its plan.

"By applying a blanket, hidden exclusion of ABA therapy to treat (autism), in violation of the Parity Act and its regulations, Boeing is systemically and uniformly failing to properly administer its Plan," according to the complaint. "It is alsobreaching its fiduciary duties to plaintiffs and class members, who have not received the benefits to which they are entitled."

The suit seeks a court order stopping Boeing from denying ABA coverage in its health plan and requiring reimbursement for past claims

This lawsuit seeks remedies for Boeing's breach of fiduciary duty under ERISA and its failure to properly administer the terms of Plan, as modified by the Parity Act and its implementing regulations. It further seeks to recover the benefits that have been wrongfully denied to plaintiffs and the class they seek to represent. It also seeks a court order declaring Boeing's exclusion of coverage for ABA therapy to treat ASD through a restricted network of providers void and unenforceable. The lawsuit further seeks an injunction to prevent any future or ongoing efforts by Boeing to use and enforce any blanket exclusions of ABA therapy to treat ASD.

The class consists of all individuals who have been, are, or will be Washington state participants or beneficiaries under The Boeing Master Welfare Plan that have been, are or will be in effect or renewed


UCP RELEASES ANNUAL REPORT ON STATES SERVING AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES - UPC
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Kaelan Richards: 202-973-7175, krichards@ucp.org UCP RELEASES ANNUAL REPORT ON STATES SERVING AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES  8th annual Case for Inclusion report ranks, compares states on Medicaid outcomes Washington, D.C. (April 17, 2014) – United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) …
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April 17, 2014

SpecialNeedsWare launches AutisMate, an award-winning special needs learning platform, for Android - PRNewswire
NEW YORK, April 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- SpecialNeedsWare will release AutisMate, a comprehensive life and learning platform for individuals with special needs, on Android-powered tablets and smart phones.  AutisMate focuses on simultaneously improving learning, self-management...

United Cerebral Palsy Honors Meijer with Employer of the Year Award - PRNewswire
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., April 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Recognizing its dedication to the employment of persons with disabilities, United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) has named Meijer "Employer of the Year." The 2014 Award for Excellence, announced at UCP's Annual Conference in Nashville, Tenn.,...

California Cracks Down On Autism Insurance Denials - Autism Speaks - Advocasy

Denials followed by delays prompts new regulatory enforcement

April 17, 2014

(April 17, 2014) -- The California Department of Insurance has won the go-ahead to enforce toughnewrequirements to stop private insurers from denying and delayingcoverage forbehavioral health treatments, such as applied behavior analysis (ABA), for autism.

The department based the new regulations on its interpretation of the state's 1999 Mental Health Parity Actand won approval Wednesday from the Office of Administrative Lawto begin enforcement. California is one of 35 states to require certain commercial insurers to cover behavioral health and other treatments for autism by law, yet still encounters widespread non-compliance by the industry.

"Approval of the mental health parity regulation will help end improper insurer delays and denials of medically necessary treatments for autistic individuals," said Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones. "This regulation provides clear guidance to the industry, stakeholders and consumers on the requirements of the Mental Health Parity Act from 1999."

The department proposed the newregulations when it found insurers were able to delay or deny medically necessary treatment for individuals with autism as required under California's 2011 auitism insurance reform law. The regulations further define the circumstances in which insurers must cover behavioral health treatment by specifically applying the requirements under the Mental Health Parity Act.

Since 2009, the Insurance Departmenthas referred23 cases related to denials of behavioral health and other autism treatment to external clinicians for Independent medical review. Of those, 19were overturned.

In another 40 cases that have been closed, the individual delays in obtaining treatment averaged nearly half a year; delays currently average over 10 months, or almost a year, for those cases which are still open. The cumulativedelays on open and closed casestotal 12,864 days, or 35.2 years.

"These lengthy delays all involve treatment that experts agree is most effective when provided in early childhood," the department argued in its regulatory proposal. "The benefits anticipated from the proposed regulation include significantly lessening or eliminating these delays and denials of treatment and substantially improving treatment efficacy and outcomes."


US Drug Watchdog Stresses the Urgency for DePuy Pinnacle All-Metal Hip Implant Recipients to Ask About a Specific Blood Test that Can Detect Premature Failure - PRNewswire

WASHINGTON, April 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The US Drug Watchdog says, "We want every US recipient of an all-metal hip implant to call us for the code for a specific blood test that has been designed to measure the levels of cobalt, or chromium levels in a recipients blood stream. If...



Beneficios del Gobierno para personas con discapacidades - PRNewswire
WASHINGTON, 17 de abril de 2014 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- Las discapacidades afectan las actividades diarias de una de cada cinco personas en Estados Unidos, según informan los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades (CDC, por su sigla en...

Government Benefits for People with Disabilities - PRNewswire
WASHINGTON, April 17, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one in five people are affected by disabilities. Some of those disabilities happen at birth, while others are the result of injury, illness, or aging. Despite the...

Ranking Names Best States For Disability Services - DisabiltyScoop
An annual ranking of states offering the best services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities reveals a familiar but evolving landscape.
April 16, 2014

Special Olympics Teaches Victory Living Programs Clients Healthy Diet and Exercise Habits - PRNewswire

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Teaching healthy diet and exercise habits to adults with special needs can be more challenging than with most groups of people, but for Karlyn Emile it's also more...



Walk to Cure Arthritis Comes to San Francisco - PRNewswire

SAN FRANCISCO, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Help find a cure by participating in and fundraising for the 2014 Walk to Cure Arthritis on May 17 at the Golden Gate Park Music Concourse in San Francisco. Formerly Arthritis Walk, Walk to Cure Arthritis is the Arthritis Foundation's...



Feds Impose Stiffer ADA Penalties - DisabiltyScoop
For the first time in more than a decade, the fines that the federal government can impose for violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act are set to rise.

UCEDD Directors Retreat and TA Institute Meeting Materials Available - AUCD
This meeting provided an opportunity for UCEDD leaders to network, meet with their federal project officers, and learn of new initiatives, national trends, and other information vital to the administration of the UCEDD programs.

LEND Directors Meeting Materials Available - AUCD
This meeting was held in Washington, DC, in conjunction with the Disability Policy Seminar. Significant time was spent on discussing the following topics: training opportunities in transition, trainee long-term follow up surveys, increased participation of self-advocacy trainees, trainee diversity efforts, examining LEND programs, the new MCH Workforce Development Center, LEND leadership training, AUCD Network Strategic Planning, the need to reauthorize the Combating Autism Act, and regional group work.

Royal Walker, JD, Appointed to the National Council on Disability - AUCD
President Obama has appointed Royal Walker, JD - Executive Director of the Mississippi University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD), the Institute for Disability Studies at the University of Southern Mississippi - to the National Council on Disability. Royal is a past AUCD President and has served on the board of directors of the American Task Force for the Homeless, the Governor's Interagency Coordinating Council for Children with Special Needs, the Mississippi Council on Developmental Disabilities, and the Mississippi March of Dimes. AUCD congratulates Royal Walker on the appointment.

Six-Year Quest For Kansas Autism Insurance Reform Ends in Victory - Autism Speaks - Advocasy

Gov. Brownback enacts law making Kansas 10th state to expand coverage

April 16, 2014

OVERLAND PARK, KS(April 16, 2014) -- Governor Sam Brownback today signed legislation expanding autism insurance coverage beyond the state employee health benefit program, culminating a six-year campaign to enact more meaningful reform in Kansas. Enactment of the law also made Kansas the 10th state to amend its original autism insurance law to make it stronger.

“Autism Speaks applauds Governor Brownback's support of the autism community," said Mike Wasmer, a Kansas resident who serves as Autism Speaks' director of state government affairs. "This bill is an important step toward providingaccess to medically necessary treatment for allindividuals with autism in Kansas.”

Sponsored by Rep. John Rubin (R-Shawnee), the new law,HB.2744, will require state-regulated large group and "grandfathered" small group individual health plans to cover medically necessary treatments, including applied behavior analysis (ABA), for autism for children up to age 12.

The bill as initially proposed by the House Insurance Committee would have limited ABA coverage to 10 hours per week, but was raised after vigorous opposition from the state's autism community. As enacted, the new law allows for 25 hours per week of ABA for four years from the time of diagnosis and then reduces to 10 hours per week.

The new law is spearate from the state's 2010 autism insurance reform law which applies only to state employees. The 2010 legislation when introduced would have covered the private market, but was amended into a pilot program limited to state employees to gauge the impact on health care costs. When the 2010 law was enacted, Wasmer, then president of the Kansas Coalition for Autism Legislation (KCAL), said, "This is not the end, but rather the start of getting autism treatment to all in need in the state of Kansas."

After being judged a success, the program was made permanent for state employees, but Kansas lawmakers continued to resist efforts to expand the coverage to the private market. In 2012, efforts to force a bill out of a committee fell one vote shy of success.

After Rubin introduced a bill this year that would have provided broader coverage, the insurance lobby filed a second version with much more restrictive terms and would have cut back existing benefits for state workers. After heated opposition from the state's autism community, HB.2744 was introduced as a compromise measure.

Wasmer said the new law marks a step forward, but that efforts will continue to provide the best coverage for the most children. The existing state employee autism benefit will continue unaffected by the new law.

April 15, 2014

Study Finds Inpatient Autism Treatment On The Rise - DisabiltyScoop
The number of children with autism who are being hospitalized -- often due to mental health concerns -- is on the rise, particularly among teens with the developmental disorder.
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