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RSVP – Join @LinkedMoms September 2 To Learn More About #TrymesterAPP – Grand Prize is An iPad Mini

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At LinkedMoms, we have been big advocates of facing fertility and infertility issues head on.  Being able to have frank and open conversations about fertility and infertility issues faced by Canadians is important to us.  We are happy to keep adding to the conversation with a new APP.  Trymester is an app that contains tools that will help you on the journey to becoming a parent.  It has an ovulation tracker, calendar, reproductive health facts and terms, a fertility journal and a clinic locator.

We are in 2015 and the ability to use and app to help you track important information that would help with you be a parent should not surprise you.  What may surprise you is the ease of use and intuitive functionality of this app.  When you make the decision to become a parent the road can be easy, challenging on hard but there is no question, having an app that keeps track of all those important elements that you need to keep track of, is important. 

We are all about sharing new and interesting tools to deal with infertility and we are happy to be hosting a Twitter Party for the #TrymesterAPP on Wednesday, September 2 at 8 pm ET. 

RSVP BELOW and then don’t forget to leave your handle for a chance to win an iPad mini to be given away after the party itself. Trymester App is one of the best fertility apps I have seen for Canadians.

So this coming September 2nd at 8 p.m. Join us for more information and for a great twitter party about Trymester APP and there might be a few fertility facts thrown in there too. You must be present and engaging during the party to win. You can’t win if you don’t participate. Follow the hosts twitter handles below, and don’t forget to follow the hashtag #TrymesterAPP to win on Sept. 2nd.

Download it here on your iPad which makes sense because you take your iPad with you when you visit the doctor, right? Most people have a smart phone or iPad with them at the doctor’s office. In the future Trymester will hopefully be available for Android or smartphone but for now it is on the iPad:  http://apple.co/1I7XBXG

In the mean time follow @Linkedmoms @downshiftingpro and @inkscrblr and our guest@TrymesterAPP.

 

You can RSVP here and now:

Conceivable Dreams Twitter Party–What’s Next? Looking to support our efforts #OHIP4IVF #ONPOLI

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Spring has sprung. The flowers are in bloom. It’s a beautiful day to have a baby!  It seems that on my Facebook feed there is an ever present feed of baby announcements, baby sonogram pictures and baby arrivals.  Its is the time of year that we think of birth, re-creation and celebration.  It is the time of year that we look at life with the glass half full.  That is what so many of us see but for many, this particular time of year when we celebrate Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, can be difficult if you are a couple waiting to conceive your bundle of joy.  You have been counting the days since that historic announcement.  The joy of celebrating is diminished by the fact that you have patiently been waiting for the Government of Ontario to roll out their plan for IVF treatment.  What is it going to look like? Who will be able to access the services? What do those services and treatments look like?

In 2014 budget the Government of Ontario committed $50 million dollars to patients seeking infertility treatment.  Promising patients access to one round of IVF with a single embryo transfer funded by OHIP. 

As we wait for the roll-out many are frustrated with the delay in program details and implementation.  Although there has been consultation with medical and patient groups, it is important that we get this funding model right.  There are lessons to be learned from other provincial programs that were not as successful.  As we review the Quebec government-funded IVF model, we can see the demise of the original program (and, currently, its almost unattainable requirements to qualify for treatment) are pitfalls that we need to avoid here in Ontario. 

We must ensure that the Ontario model is manageable and sustainable for all patients.  We do not want this to be a one-shot deal that cannot be renewed because the costs were too much over the long haul.  Consultation is necessary so that we can plan better and continue to keep IVF at the top of mind as a means to save tax-payers money. 

As you well know, if you read my blog and that of Paula Schuck (community manager for Conceivable Dreams), you are aware that proceeding with IVF treatment and dealing with the possibility of multiple births creates a greater strain on our healthcare system. Taking care of mom and multiple babies can be a high-risk affair not to mention the increased chance of pre-mature birth. All very costly. We need to continue to support IVF funding in Ontario BUT it needs to be rolled out correctly with proper consultation. 

We want to ensure that the patient groups are covered throughout the program and not just for short period time.  The future of the program depends on the success of families.  It’s important that we continue to share our stories of creating Ontario families with the help of IVF. 

How can we help?  We need to support the MPPs and let them know we appreciate the efforts that they put forward for the benefit of families in Ontario. The Ontario patient group continues to be really active and success based.  We need to continue to share the success of IVF treatment and not just the frustration with the roll out.   

We have to talk about what we should be looking for in the latter part of 2015 and then 2016.  We are hosting another Twitter Party to talk about the role for the patient group in Ontario.  How do we keep the group relevant.  Strategies on how to keep the role for infertility patients in 2016.   We can look to see how we can remain focused, positive and supportive.  We need to continue to be engaged while understanding that programs like these must be accessible to as many patients as possible. 

Join us this Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST when we discuss ways that we can support our patient groups during this waiting period.  All patients in Ontario need to be here for this special twitter party event.

  Please be sure and follow Conceivable Dreams on: Twitter and Facebook.  Join the conversation using the #OHIP4IVF hashtag.

Website: Conceivable Dreams

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ConceivableDreams

Twitter: https://twitter.com/OHIP4IVF

Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/ohip4ivf/conceivablebooks/

Please join us for this very important hour on #OHIP4IVF:

DATE:


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 2015

TIME:


8:00 – 9:00pm (EST)
7:00 – 8:00pm (CST)
6:00 – 7:00pm (MST)
5:00 – 6:00pm (PST)

HOSTED:

@Linkedmoms , Conceivable Dreams @OHIP4IVF

LinkedMoms website

HASHTAGS: #OHIP4IVF #ONPOLI

MODERATORS

@inkscrblr – Paula Schuck
@inkscrblr  on Facebook
@inkscrblr  on Instagram
@inkscrblr Blog

@DownshiftingPROMargarita Ibbott
@DownshiftingPRO on Facebook

@DownshiftingPRO on Instagram
@DownshiftingPRO Blog

RSVP for #ParkbridgeLife Twitter Party April 15 at 8 p.m. EST

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Parkbridge Lifestyle Resorts

The weather is ever so slowly giving way to April showers, and you know what that means?? It’s almost time to get booking your cottages and camp sites so you don’t miss out on that beautiful short summer vacation season when all is right with the world in Canada and the snow is a distant memory. Happily, it is also time for you to RSVP for a twitter party so you can learn more about Parkbridge Resorts and Lifestyle Communities.

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Parkbridge Lifestyle Communities

Parkbridge, Canada’s leading owner and operator of land lease communities believes in affordable, comfortable and secure places to live, vacation and retire. Parkbridge has four types of properties: Cottage & RV Resorts, Retirement Communities, Family Lifestyle Communities & Marinas. Both Margarita and I took our families to Lakes of Wasaga last year during the summer so we have first hand experience with how much fun your family can have at Parkbridge Resorts. From mini golfing to special event dinners and corn roasts, to swimming, exploring and using a paddle boat on the lake at Lakes of Wasaga, Parkbridge has no shortage of things to keep your entire family active. At the same time, you can easily also just curl up with a good book and rest poolside or on the patio absorbing the peaceful surroundings. There are so many ways to enjoy Parkbridge Resorts.

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Looking to get away this summer at an affordable price? Check out the resorts section on the Parkbridge Life web site and browse the map, or search resorts by name: http://www.parkbridge.com/en-ca/Pages/CottageRVResorts.aspx

There are amenities for people of all ages and each community is unique in what it offers. Stay a week, a month, an entire summer or a whole season from April through to Thanksgiving. You can rest easy, relaxing all summer long when you know your property is being well maintained by the team at Parkbridge. Because you either rent, or lease your property the grass will be cut and the cabin clean and safe, whether you are in it or at home away from the cottage. Parkbridge is an affordable means of owning a cottage. Parkbridge resorts and communities are located in Ontario, Alberta, Quebec, British Colombia and Ontario. And you’ll breathe even easier knowing that the resorts are among the best managed and most affordable getaways in Canada.

You can learn more about Parkbridge Lifestyle Communities this month at our Linked Moms twitter party April 15 at 8 p.m. EST. There are $1200 worth of prizes!! The grand prize is a three night stay at one of the Parkbridge Resort communities. There are also several Visa credit cards to win. RSVP now for the possibility of winning a prize. The grand prize will be a three night stay at one of the many Parkbridge Lifestyle Communities in Canada.

Eligibility Rules are here: Read them so you don’t lose out.

Please remember to show Parkbridge Lifestyle Communities some love on their social channels:

Twitter – @ParkbridgeLife

Facebook – Parkbridge Lifestyle Communities.

and follow the hosts as well for a chance to win.

@LinkedMoms

@inkscrblr

@downshiftingpro

We can’t wait to share this with you! See you there! Remember to RSVP with your twitter handle. And this particular party, the prizes are only open to Canadians.



LinkedMoms and Parkbridge Lifestyle Communities Twitter Party– SAVE THE DATE–Apr. 15 @ 8 PM ET

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We are so very excited to share the news that LinkedMons and Parkbridge Lifestyles Communities will be hosting a Twitter Party on Wednesday, April 15 at 8 pm ET/5PT.  Both Paula (Inkscrblr) and I (@DownshiftingPRO) had a wonderful stay last summer at the Lake of Wasaga Beach Resort.  Our families loved all of the wonder amenities and the location – on Georgian Bay.  We want to share our great experience with you but more importantly we want you TO GO TOO!  You could win a mini-vacation stay this summer.

Parkbridge Lifestyle Communities is giving away a three night stay at one of their resorts!  Along with that, there will also be VISA gift cards to win!  So make sure to SAVE THE DATE and join us for the Party.

Follow all the Twitter handles below and follow the #ParkbridgeLife.

We are LinkedMoms @Inkscrblr and @DownshiftingPRO

LinkedMoms & Conceivable Dreams continues the Conversation #OHIP4IVF #onpoli #Infertility

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In February we are lucky enough to be able to share a weekend with our Families.  Family Day has become a tradition of focusing on the family.  It is a time that we get to go tobogganing, skiing, play indoor games or just spend some special time together.  It is a time that many provinces and territories throughout Canada have set aside to celebrate our most important resource: our children.  For LinkedMoms nothing is more important to us than having the joy of bring up our families. 

I have three teenaged children and Paula has two tweens that are the joy of our lives.  One of the reasons we enjoy blogging and working from home is that we have the opportunity of working from home and spending time watching them grow and develop into outstanding human beings.

We know that we have been lucky to be blessed with children but it was not easy.   Paula has been candid about how she brought together her sweet, sweet family.  There was waiting involved and that is never easy.

I too had some difficulty but I have found out that there are thousands Canadians (one in six actually) that struggle with some sort of infertility issue.

Last spring we were overjoyed to hear that the Ontario Provincial government had allocated $50 million per year in 2015 towards IVF funding program. That should help 4,000 patients in the province.  As many anxiously await the green light to go ahead, they have also put there plans on hold until funding does occur.   It is important to heed the words that Dr. Marjorie Dixon said late last fall:

Our conversation continues…

Join us this Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST when we ask what should we expect next from provincial IVF funding ? Is there any new information? Can we afford to wait? We invite all patients in Ontario to add to the conversation tonight at this special twitter party event.

Please be sure and follow Conceivable Dreams on: Twitter and Facebook.  Join the conversation using the #OHIP4IVF hashtag.

Website: Conceivable Dreams

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ConceivableDreams

Twitter: https://twitter.com/OHIP4IVF

Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/ohip4ivf/conceivablebooks/

Please join us for this very important and fact filled hour on #OHIP4IVF:

DATE:


WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2014

TIME:


8:00 – 9:00pm (EST)
7:00 – 8:00pm (CST)
6:00 – 7:00pm (MST)
5:00 – 6:00pm (PST)

HOSTED:

@Linkedmoms , Conceivable Dreams @OHIP4IVF

LinkedMoms website

 

MODERATORS

@inkscrblr – Paula Schuck
@inkscrblr  on Facebook
@inkscrblr  on Instagram
@inkscrblr Blog

@DownshiftingPROMargarita Ibbott
@DownshiftingPRO on Facebook

@DownshiftingPRO on Instagram
@DownshiftingPRO Blog

 

Public funding 4 IVF will help deliver health, social and fiscal benefits well into the future. #ohip4ivf #onpoli


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Please R.S.V.P. for the @WorldVisionCanada Twitter Party–#WorldVisionGifts

LinkedMoms, Paul Schuck and Margarita Ibbott are pleased to partner with World Vision Canada for a #WorldVisionGifts Twitter Party.  We want you to party with a purpose and join us to discuss all the wonderful ways that you can re-consider gift giving this holiday season.  We will be discussing the World Vision Gift Catalogue

If you have followed along Paula’s life changing trip to Colombia with World Vision in September, you know that this wonderful NGO has provided support to countries all over the world.  Their programs have been funded by Canadians like you either through child sponsorship or through life gifts.  The World Vision Gift Catalogue provides so many different gifts that you can give to a child, a family or a community by gifting school supplies, medical supplies, livestock – chickens, pigs, goats, clean water supplies, clothing and shelter and even soccer balls (and the trainers to help with those programs).  I chose to give my family gifts because I believe in the work World Vision Canada is doing in Colombia.

 

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Make sure to follow all the Twitter handles below and follow the#WorldVisionGifts hashtag! 

Date: Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Time: 8:00pm -9:00pm EST

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LinkedMoms Chat with Conceivable Dreams Twitter Party Wed. November 12 at 8 pm ET–Join the Conversation

Public funding  for IVF advocate Dr. Marjorie Dixon

Many infertility patients feel routinely like they are living life on a roller coaster of emotions. Infertility is a complex health care issue that can be devastating both financially and emotionally. It is also very often extremely time sensitive. The treatment plan and the end result all depend on time. As we finish up the final months of 2014 with a promise that funding will happen some time in 2015, many patients are wondering when it will happen and what exactly the program will look like. Will there be restrictions? Waitlists? What can I expect?

If you are an infertility patient in Ontario, or someone who cares about an infertility patient, you need to join us this Wednesday night at 8 p.m. EST for a Linked Moms chat about public funding for IVF. This is a very special chat with guest Dr. Marjorie Dixon, medical director at First Steps Fertility in Toronto. Dixon is a well known expert in the field of reproductive medicine. She is an advocate for funding and has been a regular guest health expert on City Line. Dixon is also an assistant professor at the University of Toronto. Dr. Dixon was also consulted during the original Raising Expectations report commissioned several years ago that examined infertility and adoption policies in Ontario. LinkedMoms continues the conversation on #infertility.  Follow the #OHIP4IVF hashtag as we consult with Dr. Dixon.

 

Join us this Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST when we ask what should we expect from a program to fund IVF? Is there any new information? Can we afford to wait? All patients in Ontario need to be here for this special twitter party event.

Please be sure and follow Conceivable Dreams on: Twitter and Facebook.  Join the conversation using the #OHIP4IVF hashtag.

Website: Conceivable Dreams

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ConceivableDreams

Twitter: https://twitter.com/OHIP4IVF

Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/ohip4ivf/conceivablebooks/

Please join us for this very important and fact filled hour on #OHIP4IVF:

 

DATE:


WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2014

TIME:


8:00 – 9:00pm (EST)
7:00 – 8:00pm (CST)
6:00 – 7:00pm (MST)
5:00 – 6:00pm (PST)

HOSTED:

@Linkedmoms , Conceivable Dreams @OHIP4IVF

LinkedMoms website

 

MODERATORS

@inkscrblr – Paula Schuck
@inkscrblr  on Facebook
@inkscrblr  on Instagram
@inkscrblr Blog

@DownshiftingPROMargarita Ibbott
@DownshiftingPRO on Facebook

@DownshiftingPRO on Instagram
@DownshiftingPRO Blog

 

and finally @thexaviers Conceivable Dreams acting president and infertility advocate Danielle Xavier.

Public funding 4 IVF will help deliver health, social and fiscal benefits well into the future. #ohip4ivf #onpoli


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World Vision Canada Gift Guide – SAVE THE DATE for a Twitter Party – Wed. Nov. 19, 8 pm ET

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The World Vision Gift Catalogue remains the favourite source for Canadian holiday shoppers looking for gifts that change lives.  Do you ever wonder how those gifts are chosen? Who receives the gifts?  How can I multiply my one gift?  You can find out more about the impact that the World Vision Gift Catalogue makes throughout communities internationally. 

One of the biggest impacts that World Vision had for me was watching as my friend and LinkedMom’s co-host Paula Schuck went to Colombia to to see the impact that World Vision Canada had in Colombia.  She has a lovely series of posts that you can find on her blog. Personally as I read about how these gifts could help so many people in my native land, I too took the challenge and put my money where my mouth is and donated gifts in my family’s name..  We can make a difference and we know that World Vision Canada has made a difference to families around the world.

I am thrilled to let you know that LinkedMoms will be working with World Vision Canada this year to introduce the 2014 Gift Catalogue.  We will be discussing how you can help share the love with unique gift ideas for your family, friends and colleagues.

It isn’t a party without some great prizes that will give you the opportunity to give the gift of giving…. but we can’t tell you everything… We have special prizes that we’ll tweet about in the next few weeks so we’ll keep you posted.  For now what we want you to do is:

 

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Make sure to follow all the Twitter handles below and follow the #WorldVisionGift hashtag!  See you in a few weeks.

Date: Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Time: 8:00pm -9:00pm EST

#LinkedMoms Chat celebrating #WorldAutismAwarenessDay #WAAD2014 – Wed. Apr.2 at 8 pm ET–Join Us

April 2nd is a vey special day.  The United Nation has designated every April 2nd as World Autism Awareness Day #WAAD2014.  It is a day to create awareness, educate, donate and celebrate.  I recently wrote a post on The Canadian Mother Resource blog about how it came about that we found out about our son being on the Autism Spectrum. We have been working successfully to ensure that he has a positive school experience and with the help ‘of many’ he is happy in his grade 7 class at a French-as-a-first language school. 

We know that as many as 1:68 children are on the Autism Spectrum.  In order to bring light to and education to ASD many organizations are celebrating #WAAD2014.  Here are just a few that you might want to know about. 

In Canada Autism Society Canada creates awareness by just wearing BLUE on April 2, 2014: 

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Another fantastic world initiative is Light It Up Blue where national landmarks are lit up in blue to commemorate World Autism Awareness Day #WAAD2014.  Here are just a few examples show on the AutismSpeaksCA website.  Follow the #LIUB hashtag and #WAAD2014 tomorrow

In the US April is National Autism Awareness Month:  National Autism Awareness Month 2014 Badge Web Ready

Both Paula and I have children with special needs but more importantly we have VERY SPECIAL CHILDREN.  We love them to bits and we know that although we have challenging days, we also have very memorable days with them.

Please join us on #LinkedMoms Chat as we discuss some of the trials and joys of having an ASD Child (in my case).  We welcome any blog posts, FB posts etc. that you would like to share with our #LinkedMoms Community.

DATE:
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 2014

HASHTAG:  #LinkedMoms #WAAD2014

TIME:
8:00 – 9:00pm (EST)
7:00 – 8:00pm (CST)
6:00 – 7:00pm (MST)
5:00 – 6:00pm (PST)

HOSTED:
@Linkedmoms

LinkedMoms website

MODERATORS

@DownshiftingPRO and @4LinkedLearning – Margarita Ibbott
@DownshiftingPRO on Facebook
@DownshiftingPRO Blog

@inkscrblr – Paula Schuck
@inkscrblr on Facebook
@inkscrblr on YouTube
@inkscrblr Blog

Special Family Day @LinkedMoms Twitter Chat–with Conceivable Dreams @OHIP4IVF–Monday Feb. 17 – 8 pm

I live in a world of privilege. I have my health, a great husband and three beautiful children.  I am lucky.

This weekend, I will be celebrating Family Day with my family.  I think one of the best public holidays ever invented was Family Day.  It’s the perfect time to re-connect and just have a bit of fun.

Creating a family was a dream I always had.  When my husband proposed to me, I asked that he promise to give me children before I said ‘yes’.  Without hesitation, he agreed, it was his dream too.

We are lucky.  However, this is not what some couples experience.  Their road is a tougher road to travel.

In the last 18 months my good friend and LinkedMoms colleague, Paula Schuck, has been working hard as the Community Manager for Conceivable Dreams to bring many of us an understanding that this does not happen easily for everyone.  Not all couples are blessed with being able to conceive as easily as we did.  Although, we too had our trials (I had two miscarriage) in the long run we were blessed with three happy, healthy children.

I have to admit that I had the best of care when I suffered those loses.  It was truly amazing. It made the whole traumatic ordeal survivable.  But these ordeals where nothing compared to the emotional roller coaster of infertility diagnosis and treatment.  Going through IVF (in-vitro fertilization) treatment can be very emotionally straining and the cost can be exuberant for couples.  What Conceivable Dreams is advocating for is for IVF treatment to be covered under OHIP. 

To help us understand what some of this entails, LinkedMoms is hosting a special twitter party for Conceivable Dreams on Monday, February 18th at 8 pm – Family Day!

Please be sure and follow Conceivable Dreams on: Twitter and Facebook.  Join the conversation using the #OHIP4IVF hashtag.

Website: Conceivable Dreams

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ConceivableDreams

Twitter: https://twitter.com/OHIP4IVF

Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/ohip4ivf/conceivablebooks/

Please join us for this very important and fact filled hour on #OHIP4IVF:

DATE:
MONDAY, FEB. 17th, 2014

TIME:
8:00 – 9:00pm (EST)
7:00 – 8:00pm (CST)
6:00 – 7:00pm (MST)
5:00 – 6:00pm (PST)

HOSTED:
@Linkedmoms , Conceivable Dreams @OHIP4IVF

LinkedMoms website

MODERATORS

@inkscrblr – Paula Schuck
@inkscrblr on Facebook
@inkscrblr on YouTube
@inkscrblr Blog

@DownshiftingPRO and @4LinkedLearning – Margarita Ibbott
@DownshiftingPRO on Facebook
@DownshiftingPRO Blog

 

Below is a small list of blog posts that you can read from various bloggers that are or have dealt with IVF problems.  Its is their view on why OHIP should cover a limited about of IVF treatments.

Great interview and posts by Paula Schuck @Inkscrblr

http://www.thriftymommastips.com/2012/12/a-holiday-story-of-hope-ohip4ivf-onpoli.html

http://www.thriftymommastips.com/2013/06/weve-been-trying-since-i-was-25.html

Funding around the world

http://www.thriftymommastips.com/2012/10/poland-next-in-line-to-fund-in-vitro.html

Great Infographics from Sheri @Kidsummers.

http://kidsumers.ca/2013/01/ohip-funding-of-ivf-its-a-win-win-ohip4ivf-onpoli/

A man’s perspective IVF spouse support from @UrbanDaddyBlog

http://urbandaddy.wordpress.com/2012/12/01/four-ways-men-can-support-their-spouses-during-in-vitro-fertilization/

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