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ANGIO-ROUNDTABLE
Angiogenesis Roundtable
This is a small private list and is associated with ACOR
(Association for Cancer Online Resources, Inc.).
BMS-354825-CML
BMS-354825 Trials for CML
This is a list to enable discussion between participants of BMS-354825
trials for CML - type leukemia.

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HISTORY: 11/23/2004- Start List [gjf]
Do not promote this list in any way - do not mention it
it on web search engine sites, list of lists, etc.
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ALERT
Cancer Legislative Alert System
This is a legislative alert to announce all legislation of interest to the cancer
community.
CARCINOID
The Carcinoid Cancer Online Support Group
The Carcinoid Cancer Online Support Group
BLADDER-CANCER-CAFE
Bladder Cancer and Transitional Cell Carcinoma
subs@acor.org,wendy@blcwebcafe.org,lweyand@aol.com,kosherfrog@me.com
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Explanation of all the topics
To use topics: start your subject line with one of the topic abbreviations followed by a
colon, then your subject description (exampe: SUP:How I supported my spouse).
SF: -- Superficial bladder cancer, stages Ta and T1 tumors and/or CIS (carcinoma in
situ)
INV: -- Invasive bladder cancer, stages T2 and higher
BCG: -- Immunotherapies such as BCG and IFN
RC: -- Cystectomy, or bladder removal, including neobladders
SUP: -- Support needed or given, emotional health/wellness and life issues
-- News, research, links, matters of interest or concern to the group
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For more information, send the command 'info BLADDER-CANCER-CAFE' to the
address:
LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG (or to any listserv, actually).

You can always reach the owners at:
BLADDER-CANCER-CAFE-request@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

The list is archived at http://www.ACOR.ORG or can be
obtained by a listserv request; to use the listserv mechanism, send
the command 'index BLADDER-CANCER-CAFE' to listserv and you will get both a
list of all available files and logs, and also instructions on how to
get them.
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HISTORY: 11/29/2000 - Create List - gfrydman@acor.org (gjf)
Add initial owner: gfrydman@acor.org
Wendy Sheridan Linda Weyand as additional listowners
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Welcome to our discussion list for those dealing with
bladder cancer and the people who care for them. Our topic includes
patient experiences, psychosocial issues, new research,
clinical trials, and discussions of current treatment practices.
This list is part of a group of lists sponsored by ACOR,
the Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).

The list managers can be reached at: bladder-cancer-cafe-request@listserv.acor.org
For tips on using the list and web interface, see:
http://www.acor.org/faqs/lists/
CANCER-DEPRESSION
Cancer-Depression
Depression related to Cancer

An ACOR List, part of a large family of Oncology lists.
This list provides various kinds of support
relating to depression relating to cancer. For more
information, contact Cancer-Depression-Request@listserv.acor.org.

This list is sponsored by the
Association of Cancer Online Resources, Inc.
http://www.acor.org
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Cancer-Depression, an unmoderated discussion list for patients, family, friends,
researchers, and physicians, discusses clinical and nonclinical
issues and advances pertaining to depression related to cancer.
This includes patient experiences, psychosocial issues, new
research, clinical trials, and discussions of current treatment
practices. For more information, send the command 'info Cancer-Depression' to:
listserv@listserv.acor.org.

You may reach the managers at: Cancer-Depression-request@listserv.acor.org

The list is archived at http://listserv.acor.org or may
be obtained by a listserv request; to use the listserv mechanism,
send the command 'index Cancer-Deptression' to listserv@listserv.acor.org and
you will get both a list of all available files and logs, and also
instructions on how to use them.
CANCER-FR
La liste francophone de support et d'information sur le cancer
Comment poster un message sur Cancer-fr ?

En l'envoyant à .
cancer-fr@listserv.acor.org

Il sera lu par tous les abonnés de la liste.
Comment répondre à un message reçu :

en cliquant sur la touche "répondre à" de votre programme d'email et en vérifiant
TOUJOURS que cancer-fr soit dans le champ des destinataires.

Comment se désabonner :

en envoyant un message à :

listserv@listserv.acor.org

dans le corps du message écrire:

unsubscribe cancer-fr

en écrivant dans le corps du message :

unsubscribe cancer-fr

A qui est destinée Cancer-Fr ?

Cette liste francophone est crée de manière à faciliter le support
et l?accès à l?information pour les gens concernés
? de près ou de loin ? par le cancer : les patients,
bien évidemment, leur famille, leurs proches,
le personnel soignant,
qu?il soit médical ou paramédical
ainsi que les scientifiques travaillant sur la recherche.

De quoi y parle t?on ?

Parmi les nombreux sujets possibles de discussion sur Cancer-Fr,
on peut citer l?évolution d?un traitement,
ses effets secondaires, sa vie de tous les jours,
ses espoirs, ses angoisses, ses tuyaux permettant d?améliorer
tel ou tel problème dû aux traitements, ainsi que la terreur
que chacun ressent lors du diagnostic. N?oublions pas non plus
les problèmes d?emploi, d?assurance vie et la vaste gamme
de problèmes sociaux pouvant être associés à la maladie.
CANCER-FR devrait être aussi utilisée pour transmettre
les nouvelles découvertes sur le cancer et les traitements
expérimentaux.

Cependant le but premier de la liste est d?apporter
par l?expérience personnelle de chacun des abonnés,
information et soutien au patient et à ses proches.
Le cancer reste un ensemble de maladies dangereuses,
soignées par des traitements ayant souvent
des effets secondaires importants.
L?aspect psychologique d?un diagnostic de cancer
est souvent sous-évalué. Malgré la disponibilité
de leur médecin traitant, les patients peuvent
se sentir isolés et incompris par leur proches
et les gens avec lesquels ils travaillent.

Pourquoi avoir créé la liste CANCER-FR ?

Avant de lancer CANCER-FR, ACOR a créé plus
de 60 listes anglophones. Chaque liste,
spécialisée pour un type de cancer spécifique,
fournit le support et le transfert de
l?information médicale nécessaire pour
améliorer la qualité de vie, ainsi que pour parfois,
augmenter ses chances de survie lorsqu?on
souffre d?un cancer rare ou diagnostiqué à un stade avancé.
Les listes anglophones permettent actuellement
d?offrir des services à près de 15.000 patients,
avec un nombre toujours croissant de grands
spécialistes près à apporter une information
médicale de qualité.
Il est temps de créer un environnement similaire
pour les patients francophones.

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An ACOR List, part of a family of Medical lists, and a part of the
For more information, please contact the list owners at address
CANCER-FR-Request@listserv.acor.org or review the past archives
of the list at http://www.medinfo.org (main Medinfo Web Site).

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HISTORY: 05/01/98 - Begin List [gf]
03/24/03 Restarting
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Only the owners can review the list.
CLINICAL-TRIALS
Clinical Trials
Clinical Trials
CLL
Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
CLAS
Cancer Legislative Alert System
Cancer Legislative Alert System
BREAST-CANCER
Archives of the Breast-Cancer Discussion List (No Subscribers)
Archives of the Breast-Cancer Discussion List (No Subscribers)
CANCER-HOSPICE
Hospice issues related to Cancer patients
An ACOR List, part of a large family of Oncology lists. This list provides support for
those seeking Hospice care in the final stage of illness. For more information, contact
Cancer-Hospice-Request@listserv.acor.org.

This list is sponsored by the Association of Cancer Online Resources, Inc.,
http://www.acor.org
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Cancer-Hospice, an unmoderated discussion list for patients, family, friends,
researchers, and physicians, is a forum for end-of-life issues and advances
pertaining to hospice care related to cancer. This includes patient experiences,
psychosocial issues, new research, clinical trials, and discussions of current
treatment practices. For more information, send the command 'info Cancer-Hospice'
to: listserv@listserv.acor.org.

You may reach the managers at: Cancer-Hospice-request@listserv.acor.org

The list is archived at http://listserv.acor.org or may be obtained by a listserv request;
to use the listserv mechanism, send the command 'index Cancer-Hospice'
to listserv@listserv.acor.org and you will get both a list of all available files
and logs, and also instructions on how to use them.

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HISTORY:
05/29/00 - Create List -owners:
Lee, Niblack,Ginnetty,Zame,Bain,Gilles. (BBL)
EZ-MGR handles sub/unsub data (GF)
02/24/2009 - removed Joyce Niblack as list owner (cq)
11/02/2009 - replaced deprecated html language command (cq)
11/02/2009 - replaced command section of this file (cq)
11/02/2009 - removed Linda Zame from owners list (cq)
02/13/2011 - changed auto-delete to full-auto (cq)
02/01/2015 - removed Christine Quiriy as list owner (cq)

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CML
CML Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia (Cancer)
An ACOR List, part of a large family of Oncology lists.
This list provides various kinds of support relating to
Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia.
For more information, contact
CML-Request@listserv.acor.org.

This list is sponsored by the
Association of Cancer Online Resources, Inc.
http://www.acor.org
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CML, an unmoderated discussion list for patients, family, friends,
researchers, and physicians, discusses clinical and nonclinical
issues and advances pertaining to Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia.
This includes patient experiences, psychosocial issues, new
research, clinical trials, and discussions of current treatment
practices. For more information, send the command 'info CML' to:
listserv@listserv.acor.org.

You may reach the managers at: CML-request@listserv.acor.org

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BRCA
Breast Cancer Electronic Support Group
An ACOR List, part of a large family of Oncology lists.
This list provides various kinds of support relating
to malignancies of the breast.
For more information, contact BRCA-Request@listserv.acor.org.

This list is sponsored by the
Association of Cancer Online Resources, Inc.
http://www.acor.org

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CANCER-PARENTS
Parents with cancer and the issues of raising children
An ACOR List, part of a large family of Oncology lists.
This list provides support and discussions for parents with cancer who are raising
children while battling disease. Spouses are encouraged to join as well.
For more information, contact Cancer-Parents-Request@listserv.acor.org.

This list is sponsored by the
Association of Cancer Online Resources, Inc.
http://www.acor.org

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BC-SUPPORTERS
Support List for Partners of Breast Cancer Patients
An ACOR List, part of a large family of Oncology lists.
The BC-SUPPORTERS list is designed to address the unique issues facing the
people providing support to Breast Cancer patients. Women with BC can
ran the gamut of emotions from being very open about their disease to almost
total shut down and ignorance - add in your concerns about survival,
cancer, sexuality, being alone - the list goes on - and you're not even the
patient...BC-SUPPORTERS is mainly made of everyday people who have either
supported BC patients or are in the process of actually doing it.
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For more information, contact BC-SUPPORTERS-Request@listserv.acor.org.

This list is sponsored by the
Association of Cancer Online Resources, Inc.
http://www.acor.org

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ACOR-TOWN-HALL
ACOR Discussion Group on Healthcare Reform
An ACOR List, part of a large family of Oncology lists.
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This list provides a system-wide way to discuss healthcare reform.
For more information, contact acor-town-hall-Request@listserv.acor.org.

This list is sponsored by the
Association of Cancer Online Resources, Inc.
http://www.acor.org
COAG-DISORDERS
Coagulation Disorders Mailing List
An ACOR List, part of a large family of Oncology lists
For more information, contact an owner at
COAG-DISORDERS-request@listserv.acor.org.

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COAG-DISORDERS is an unmoderated discussion group for patients,
family, friends, doctors and researchers to discuss clinical
and nonclinical issues and advances pertaining to
Coagulation Disorders, i.e.
"info-COAG-DISORDERS' to listserv@listserv.acor.org

The MPD home page is at
http://www.acor.org/mpd

The list is archived at http://listserv.acor.org and http://www.acor.org

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CANCER-NEUROPATHY
Neuropathy Induced by Cancer & Treatments
An ACOR List, part of a large family of Oncology lists
For more information, contact an owner at
cancer-neuropathy-request@listserv.acor.org.
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The list is archived at http://listserv.acor.org/archives/cancer-neuropathy.html

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4YOUTH
Support for youth with cancer (inactive)
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4YOUth is an unmoderated discussion group for youths (12-21)who have
finished treatment or
are in the maintenance phase of treatment. Discussion on the list is private and
confidential.The list is managed by Linda Goettina (Zame)D.M.H. a psychoanalyst
and long
term survivor of an adolescent cancer, Dr. Joan Edelstein, a professor of nursing
who
co-manages a cancer list and Patty Feist, a professor of biochemistry and mother
of an
adolescent ALL survivor.

This list is entirely free, and is run completely by volunteers.

This list is part of a group of lists sponsored by ACOR,
the Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).

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BASAL-CELL-CARCINOMA
Basal Cell Carcinoma _ Skin Cancer _
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ACINIC-CELL
Acinic Cell Carcinoma (Cancer) Mailing List c
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Topics** MEDICAL
Default-Topics** ALL
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HISTORY: 9/19/99 - Create List - gfrydman@acor.org (gjf)
Add initial owner: gfrydman@acor.org
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WHAT IS ACINIC CELL CARCINOMA?
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Acinic or Acinar Cell Carcinoma is a rare salivary gland cancer, comprising
approx. 4% of all minor, and 2-4% of all major salivary gland tumors. They
account for approx. 13% of all malignancies of the parotid gland, and are
rarely seen in other salivary tissues. One will occasionally find an
equally rare acinic/acinar cell carcinoma of the pancreas. Acinic Cell
Tumors are typically slow-growing,low-grade (highly differentiated)
neoplasms that appear in all age groups, but are most common in women.
Although indolent in nature (slow-growing), they are also quite insidious in
their preponderance for local recurrences and distant metastases, often MANY
years later. Local and multiple recurrences may occur in up to half of
patients. Recurrences and metastases 5-10 years after inadequate primary
tumor removal are common, and occurrences 25-30 years after initial
treatment are noted. The most common sites of metastases are lungs and
bone. Also noted are central nervous system, mediastinum (space in the
chest between the pleural sacs of the lungs) liver and brain. Lymph node
metastases occur in only 16% of patients. The high grade variants are very
uncommon and associated with much poorer survival. However, overall, many
authors consider Acinic Cell Carcinoma patients to have the most favorable
outlook of all salivary gland patients, with survivals of 80-85% at 10
years.

Acinic Cell belongs to the family of Adenocarcinomas. Cancers with some
similarities include Adenoid Cystic, Muco-Epidermoid, Low-grade
Adenocarcinomas, and possibly some Breast Cancers.

Due to the rare nature of this cancer, treatment results are often
anecdotal. Historically, treatment involves various levels of surgery,
often with post-operative radiation. In recent years, radiation treatment
alone, specifically with fast-neutron beam radiation, has shown promising
and effective results, especially for inoperable tumors. Chemotherapy has
largely been ineffective, except for pain-relief, or partial responses.
Surgery and Radiation results have proven most successful with smaller
early-stage tumors. Radiation results with larger tumors are often not
curative. Exploration of clinical trials and new protocols are suggested.

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ACIN-CELL is an unmoderated discussion list for parents, sibblings,
friends, researchers, and physicians, to discuss clinical and
nonclinical issues and advances pertaining to Adenoid Cystic Carcinomas.
This includes patient experiences, psychosocial issues, new research,
clinical trials, and discussions of current treatment practices.
This list is part of a group of lists sponsored by ACOR,
the Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).
CHROMOPHOBE-RCC
Chromophobe Renal Cell Carcinoma
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CHROMOPHOBE-RCC is an unmoderated discussion list for patients, family, friends,
researchers, and physicians, to discuss clinical and nonclinical issues
and advances pertaining to kidney cancer, including renal cell cancer
and transitional cell carcinoma of the renal pelvis.

This includes patient experiences, psychosocial issues, new research,
clinical trials, alternative therapies and discussions of current
treatment practices.

This list is part of a group of lists co-sponsored by ACOR,
the Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org)

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For more information, send the command 'info KIDNEY-ONC' (in the message body)
to the address: LISTSERV@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

You can always reach the owners at: CHROMOPHOBE-RCC-
request@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

The list is archived at http://www.ACOR.ORG or can be
obtained by a listserv request; to use the listserv mechanism, send
the command 'index CHROMOPHOBE-RCC' to listserv and you will get both a list of
all available files and logs, and also instructions on how to get them.
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The following is the list of non-concealed subscribers. To review
your own subscription options, send the command "query CHROMOPHOBE-RCC"
to the listserv address LISTSERV@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG. To leave the list
send the command "unsub CHROMOPHOBE-RCC" to the listserv address. To
resubscribe, send the command "subscribe CHROMOPHOBE-RCC FirstName
LastName"
to the listserv address.
CCC-NET
Cyclists Combating Cancer
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CCC-NET is an unmoderated discussion list for members of the group:
Cyclists Combating Cancer
This list is part of a group of lists sponsored by ACOR,
the Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).

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For more information, send the command 'info CCC-NET' to the address:
listserv@acor.org (or to any listserv, actually).

You can always reach the owners at: CCC-NET-request@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

The list is archived at http://www.ACOR.ORG or can be
obtained by a listserv request; to use the listserv mechanism, send
the command 'index CCC-NET' to listserv and you will get both a list of
all available files and logs, and also instructions on how to get them.
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HISTORY: 04/21/99 - Create List - gfrydman
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The following is the list of non-concealed subscribers. To review
your own subscription options, send the command "query CCC-NET"
to the listserv address listserv@acor.org. To leave the
list send the command "unsub CCC-NET" to the listserv address. To
resubscribe, send the command "subscribe CCC-NET FirstName LastName"
to the listserv address.
CAM-ONC
Integrating complementary & alternative cancer care with traditional approaches
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This list is part of a group of lists co-sponsored by ACOR,
the Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org)

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Total number of users subscribed to the list:
CANCER-FINANCE
Finance Issues Related to Cancer
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This list is part of a group of lists sponsored by ACOR,
the Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).

The listmanagers, conscious of the limited time medical professionals can
spend online, have setup this list to help those subscribers.
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For more information, send the command 'info CANCER-FINANCE' to the address:
LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG (or to any listserv, actually).

You can always reach the owners at:

CANCER-FINANCE-request@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

The list is archived at http://www.ACOR.ORG or can be
obtained by a listserv request; to use the listserv mechanism, send
the command 'index CANCER-FINANCE' to listserv and you will get both a
list of all available files and logs, and also instructions on how to
get them.
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HISTORY: 01/08/02 - Create List - gfrydman@acor.org (gjf)
Add initial owner: onc-tech@acor.org
1/08/02 Add Alexandra Andrews
1/08/02 Add Melanie Aguillard
1/08/02 Add Garry McGonigal
12/10/03 Add Anne Preston

1/09/02 Tony Wilson asked to be a regular member - AA
1/26/02 Barbara Johnson asked to be a regular member -AA
1/11/02 Lousie Heyneman asked to be a member only - AA
2/03/02 Garry McGonigal left the list AA
11/02 Melanie died
07/-8/07 Anne Died
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To review your own subscription options,
- send the command "query CANCER-FINANCE"
to the listserv address (listserv@acor.org).
To leave the list,
- send the command "unsub CANCER-FINANCE"
to the listserv address.
CAM-TRIALS
Complementary & Alternative Medicine Clinical Trials
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This includes patient experiences, psychosocial issues, new research,
clinical trials, and discussions of current treatment practices.
This list is part of a group of lists sponsored by ACOR,
the Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).

The listmanagers, conscious of the limited time medical professionals can
spend online, have setup this list to help those subscribers.
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HISTORY: 8/24/99 - Create List - gfrydman@acor.org (gjf)
Add initial owner: gfrydman@acor.org
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CHF
Congestive Heart Failure and Cancer Treatments
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CHF is an unmoderated discussion list to discuss issues
pertaining to Congestive Heart Failure resulting from Cancer Treatments.
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For more information, send the command 'info CHF' to the address:
LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG (or to any listserv, actually).

You can always reach the owners at: CHF-request@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

The list is archived at http://www.ACOR.ORG or can be
obtained by a listserv request; to use the listserv mechanism, send
the command 'index PED-ONC' to listserv and you will get both a list of
all available files and logs, and also instructions on how to get them.
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HISTORY: 1/28/2001 - Create List - gfrydman@acor.org (gjf)
Add initial owner: gfrydman@acor.org
09/15/10 Changed EK's address to eklanners@gmail.com (EK)
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To review your own subscription options,
- send the command "query CHF"
to the listserv address (LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG).
To leave the list,
- send the command "unsub CHF"
to the listserv address.
To resubscribe,
- send the command "subscribe CHF FirstName LastName"
to the listserv address.

The following is the list of non-concealed subscribers.
CANCER-SEXUALITY
Sexuality after a cancer diagnosis
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CANCER-SEXUALITY moved to a new home at www.smartpatients.com
Please join us there.

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CANCER-PAIN
PAIN Associated with Cancer and cancer treatments
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CANCER-PAIN is an unmoderated discussion list for patients, parents,
friends, researchers, and physicians, to discuss clinical issues
pertaining to all forms of pain associated with cancer and its treatments.
This list is part of a group of lists sponsored by ACOR,
the Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).

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For more information, send the command 'info CANCER-PAIN' to the address:
LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG (or to any listserv, actually).
You can always reach the owners at:

CANCER-PAIN-request@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

The list is archived at http://www.ACOR.ORG or can be
obtained by a listserv request; to use the listserv mechanism, send
the command 'index CANCER-PAIN' to listserv and you will get both a
list of all available files and logs, and also instructions on how
to get them.
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CANCER-MED
CANCER-MED: Cancer Related Medical Discussion List
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CANCER-MED is an unmoderated discussion list for patients, parents,
friends, researchers, and physicians, to discuss clinical issues
pertaining to all forms of Cancers.
This list is part of a group of lists sponsored by ACOR,
the Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).

CANCER-MED is specifically NOT a list for SUPPORT but only for MEDICAL
questions.
A sister list, CANCER, is a support list.

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For more information, send the command 'info CANCER-MED' to the address:
LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG (or to any listserv, actually).
You can always reach the owners at:

CANCER-MED-request@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

The list is archived at http://www.ACOR.ORG or can be
obtained by a listserv request; to use the listserv mechanism, send
the command 'index CANCER-MED' to listserv and you will get both a
list of all available files and logs, and also instructions on how
to get them.
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CANCER-FERTILITY
Fertility Issues associated with Cancer
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CANCER-FERTILITY is an unmoderated discussion list for patients, parents,
friends, researchers, and physicians, to discuss clinical issues
pertaining to fertility issues associated with cancer and its treatments.

The mission of this list is to provide a safe, supportive arena for the
discussion of fertility/infertility issues relative to cancer diagnosis
and treatment. Female and male cancer survivors and their loved ones
are invited to join.

Topics of discussion can include (but not be limited to): the impact
of cancer treatment on fertility and loss of fertility as a result of
treatment; family planning and decision-making following cancer
diagnosis and treatment; infertility treatment following cancer
diagnosis/treatment; and adoption issues for cancer survivors.

This is NOT a general infertility list.

This list is part of a group of lists sponsored by ACOR,
the Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).

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For more information, send the command 'info CANCER-FERTILITY' to the
address:
LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG (or to any listserv, actually).
You can always reach the owners at:

CANCER-FERTILITY-request@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

The list is archived at http://www.ACOR.ORG or can be
obtained by a listserv request; to use the listserv mechanism, send
the command 'index CANCER-FERTILITY' to listserv and you will get both a
list of all available files and logs, and also instructions on how
to get them.
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HISTORY: 08/25/99 - Create List - gfrydman@acor.org (gjf)
Add initial owner: onc-tech@acor.org
Add Ginnie Lupi (falguni@global2000.net) as owner
3/7/00 Change Ginnie's email address to falguni@nycap.rr.com
7/17/00 Change Ginnie's email address to falguni@clarityconnect.com
6/25/01 Change Ginnie's email address to falguni@mac.com
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**********************************************************************

To review your own subscription options,
- send the command "query CANCER-FERTILITY"
to the listserv address (LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG).
To leave the list,
- send the command "unsub CANCER-FERTILITY"
to the listserv address.
To resubscribe,
- send the command "subscribe CANCER-FERTILITY FirstName LastName"
to the listserv address.

The following is the list of non-concealed subscribers.
CANCER-ESP
información para pacientes y sus familiares
********************************************************************
CANCER-ESP is an unmoderated discussion list for patients, family,
friends, caregivers, researchers, and health professionals, to discuss
clinical/psychosocial issues pertaining to all forms of Cancers.
This list is part of a group of lists sponsored by ACOR,
the Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).

NOTE: CANCER is specifically NOT a CHAT list. Neither advertising
nor mining is allowed. Solicitation of research subjects must have prior
consent of listowners.

***********************************************************************
***************************

***********************************************************************

For more information, send the command 'info CANCER' to the address:
LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG (or to any listserv, actually).
You can always reach the owners at:

CANCER-ESP-request@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

The list is archived at http://www.ACOR.ORG or can be
obtained by a listserv request; to use the listserv mechanism, send
the command 'index CANCER-ESP' to listserv and you will get both a
list of all available files and logs, and also instructions on how
to get them.
*******************************************************************

HISTORY: 09/2/99 - Create List - gfrydman@acor.org (gjf)
Add initial owner: onc-tech@acor.org
********************************************************************
**********************************************************************

To review your own subscription options,
- send the command "query CANCER-ESP"
to the listserv address (LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG).
To leave the list,
- send the command "unsub CANCER-ESP"
to the listserv address.
To resubscribe,
- send the command "subscribe CANCER-ESP FirstName LastName"
to the listserv address.
CANCER
The General ACOR Cancer List
********************************************************************
CANCER is an unmoderated discussion list for patients, family,
friends, caregivers, researchers, and health professionals, to discuss
clinical/psychosocial issues pertaining to all forms of Cancers.
This list is part of a group of lists sponsored by ACOR,
the Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).

NOTE: CANCER is specifically NOT a CHAT list. Neither advertising
nor mining is allowed. Solicitation of research subjects must have prior
consent of listowners.
For more information, send the command 'info CANCER' to the address:
LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG (or to any listserv, actually).
You can always reach the owners at:

CANCER-request@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

The list is archived at http://www.ACOR.ORG or can be
obtained by a listserv request; to use the listserv mechanism, send
the command 'index CANCER' to listserv and you will get both a
list of all available files and logs, and also instructions on how
to get them.
*******************************************************************
BMT-TALK
BMT-TALK: Bone Marrow Transplant Online Communication Forum
********************************************************************
BMT-TALK is a mailing list for the discussion of Bone Marrow and Stem Cell
Transplants.
Both autologous (the donor is also the patient) and allogeneic (the donor is not
the patient) transplants are discussed.

This list is part of a group of lists sponsored by ACOR, the Association of Cancer
Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).

For more information, please contact the list managers
directly at email address: bmt-talk-request@listserv.acor.org

***********************************************************************
For more information, send the command 'info BMT-TALK' to the address:
listserv@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

The list is archived at http://listserv.acor.org or can be
obtained by a listserv request; to use the listserv mechanism, send
the command 'index BMT-TALK' to listserv and you will get both a
list of all available files and logs, and also instructions on how
to get them.

To review your own subscription options,
- send the command "query BMT-TALK"
to the listserv address (listserv@listserv.acor.org).
To leave the list,
- send the command "unsub BMT-TALK"
to the listserv address.
To resubscribe,
- send the command "subscribe BMT-TALK FirstName LastName"
to the listserv address.
ALL-L
Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia
********************************************************************
ALL-L, an unmoderated discussion list for patients, family, friends,
researchers, and physicians, discusses clinical and nonclinical
issues and advances pertaining to Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia in adults.
This includes patient experiences, psychosocial issues, new
research, clinical trials, and discussions of current treatment
practices. For more information, send the command 'info ALL-L' to:
listserv@listserv.acor.org.

You may reach the managers at: ALL-L-request@listserv.acor.org

The list is archived at http://listserv.acor.org
ALL-KIDS-RELAPSED
Children with relapsed ALL (Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia) Community
********************************************************************
ALL-KIDS-RELAPSED is an unmoderated discussion list for parents,
siblings, and friends, to discuss clinical and nonclinical issues and
advances pertaining to Relapsed Pediatric ALL.
This includes patient experiences, psychosocial issues, new research,
clinical trials, and discussions of current treatment practices.
This list is part of a group of lists sponsored by ACOR, the
Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).

********************************************************************

***********************************************************************

For more information, send the command 'info ALL-KIDS-RELAPSED' to the
address: LISTSERV@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG.

You can always reach a list manager at:
ALL-KIDS-RELAPSED-request@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

The list is archived at http://listserv.acor.org/archives/all-kids-relapsed.html
ALL-KIDS
Childhood ALL (Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia) Community
********************************************************************
ALL-KIDS is an unmoderated discussion list for parents,
siblings, and friends, to discuss clinical
and nonclinical issues and advances pertaining to all forms of Pediatric ALL.
This includes patient experiences, psychosocial issues, new research,
clinical trials, and discussions of current treatment practices.
This list is part of a group of lists sponsored by ACOR, the
Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).

********************************************************************
To review your own subscription options,
- send the command "query ALL-KIDS"
to the listserv address (LISTSERV@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG).
To leave the list,
- send the command "unsub ALL-KIDS"
to the listserv address.
To resubscribe,
- send the command "subscribe ALL-KIDS FirstName LastName"
to the listserv address.

Last updated 11/03.
***********************************************************************

For more information, send the command 'info ALL-KIDS' to the address:
LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG.

You can always reach a list manager at:
ALL-KIDS-request@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG
or the List Owner at feist@colorado.edu

The list is archived at http://listserv.acor.org/archives/all-kids.html
ALCL-KIDS
Children with ALCL (Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma)
********************************************************************
ALCL-KIDS is an unmoderated discussion list for parents, sibblings, friends,
researchers, and physicians, to discuss clinical and nonclinical issues
and advances pertaining to Pediatric ALCL.
This includes patient experiences, psychosocial issues, new research,
clinical trials, and discussions of current treatment practices.
This list is part of a group of lists sponsored by ACOR,
the Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).

The listmanagers, conscious of the limited time medical professionals can
spend online, have setup this list to help those subscribers.
***********************************************************************
For more information, send the command 'info ALCL-KIDS' to the address:
LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG (or to any listserv, actually).

You can always reach the owners at: ALCL-KIDS-request@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

The list is archived at http://www.ACOR.ORG or can be
obtained by a listserv request; to use the listserv mechanism, send
the command 'index ALCL-KIDS' to listserv and you will get both a list of
all available files and logs, and also instructions on how to get them.
********************************************************************
CAREGIVERS
The CAREGIVERS Online Support Group
********************************************************************

CAREGIVERS is an unmoderated discussion list for parents, siblings
or friends of cancer patients. This list is currently hosted by ACOR,
the Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).

********************************************************************

For more information, send the command 'info CAREGIVERS' to:

LISTSERV@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG (or to any listserv, actually).

You can always reach the owners at:

CAREGIVERS-request@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

To review your own subscription options,
- send the command "query CAREGIVERS"
to the listserv address (LISTSERV@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG).
To leave the list,
- send the command "unsub CAREGIVERS"
to the listserv address.
To resubscribe,
- send the command "subscribe CAREGIVERS FirstName LastName"
to the listserv address.
CANCER-DE-MAMA
Lista Electronica para Cancer de Mama
********************************************************************

Cáncer-de mama es un grupo de apoyo, sin moderador, para pacientes con
cáncer de mama, sus familiares y amigos.
También son bienvenidos los profesionales que tengan interes en el tema
cáncer de mama.
CANCER-DE-MAMA forma parte de un grupo de listas de
oncologia apoyadas por ACOR, Association of Cancer
Online Resources, Inc., que es una fundación sin afán
de lucro. Puedes leer sobre ACOR en http://www.acor.org
Las personas que dirigen estas listas trabajan en forma
voluntaria y la participación en las listas es
completamente gratuita.
***********************************************************************
CANCER-DE-MAMA is an unmoderated discussion list for patients, family,
friends, caregivers, researchers, and health professionals, to discuss
clinical/psychosocial issues pertaining to all forms of breast cancer.
This list is part of a group of lists sponsored by ACOR,
the Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).

NOTE: CANCER-DE-MAMA is specifically NOT a CHAT list. Neither advertising
nor mining is allowed. Solicitation of research subjects must have prior
consent of listowners.

***********************************************************************
***************************

***********************************************************************

For more information, send the command 'info CANCER' to the address:
LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG (or to any listserv, actually).
You can always reach the owners at:

CANCER-DE-MAMA-request@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

The list is archived at http://www.ACOR.ORG or can be
obtained by a listserv request; to use the listserv mechanism, send
the command 'index CANCER-DE-MAMA' to listserv and you will get both a
list of all available files and logs, and also instructions on how
to get them.
*******************************************************************

HISTORY: 04/4/200 - Create List - gfrydman@acor.org (gjf)
Add initial owner: onc-tech@acor.org
********************************************************************
**********************************************************************

To review your own subscription options,
- send the command "query CANCER-DE-MAMA"
to the listserv address (LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG).
To leave the list,
- send the command "unsub CANCER-DE-MAMA"
to the listserv address.
To resubscribe,
- send the command "subscribe CANCER-DE-MAMA FirstName LastName"
to the listserv address.
CLUB-METS-BC
Metastatic Breast Cancer Online Support Group
*******************************************************************
CLUB-METS-BC is an unmoderated discussion list for patients
This list is part of a group of lists sponsored by ACOR,
the Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).

The listmanagers, conscious of the limited time medical professionals can
spend online, have setup this list to help those subscribers.
*******************************************************************

***********************************************************************

For more information, send the command 'info CLUB-METS-BC' to the address:
LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG (or to any listserv, actually).

You can always reach the owners at:

CLUB-METS-BC-request@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

The list is archived at http://www.ACOR.ORG or can be
obtained by a listserv request; to use the listserv mechanism, send
the command 'index CLUB-METS-BC' to listserv and you will get both a
list of all available files and logs, and also instructions on how to
get them.
********************************************************************

HISTORY: 7/6/98 - Create List - gfrydman@acor.org (gjf)
Add initial owner: onc-tech@acor.org
8/24/99 Add Kathleen Allen and Alexandra
8/17/01 Kathleen Allen asked to be removed
7/17/03 Added Sharon Robbins,Karen Olson and Jill Cohen
10/15/03 Sharon Robbins died
1/06/04 Karen Olson recovering from San Diego Fire Dies 2006
Added Anne Preston
09/04/07 Remove Anne Preston -died 07/8/07
*********************************************************************
*********************************************************************
To review your own subscription options,
- send the command "query CLUB-METS-BC"
to the listserv address (listserv@acor.org).
To leave the list,
- send the command "unsub CLUB-METS-BC"
to the listserv address.
CANCER-FATIGUE
Fatigue Associated with Cancer and Cancer Treatments
*******************************************************************
CANCER-FATIGUE is an unmoderated discussion list for patients, parents,
friends, researchers, and physicians, to discuss clinical issues
pertaining to all forms of Fatigue associated with cancronaldg@internetx.neter and its
treatments.
This list is part of a group of lists sponsored by ACOR,
the Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).

**********************************************************************
***************************

**********************************************************************

For more information, send the command 'info CANCER-FATIGUE' to the address:
LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG (or to any listserv, actually).
You can always reach the owners at:

CANCER-FATIGUE-request@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

The list is archived at http://www.ACOR.ORG or can be
obtained by a listserv request; to use the listserv mechanism, send
the command 'index CANCER-FATIGUE' to listserv and you will get both a
list of all available files and logs, and also instructions on how
to get them.
******************************************************************

HISTORY: 05/25/99 - Create List - gfrydman@acor.org (gjf)
Add initial owner: onc-tech@acor.org
5/29/99-add Barb Lackritz as owner (jrn)
5/30/99 -add Elaine Kemp as owner (jrn)
11/19/99-remove Joan Edelstein as owner Joanmed@pacbell.net (JE)
02/29/00 -remove Elaine Kemp as owner (ek)
08/19/01-remove Ron Ginnety as owner
06/05/03- Barb died, remove as owner (jrn)
*******************************************************************
**********************************************************************
The following is the list of non-concealed subscribers.
CA-PATIENTS
Cancer Patients Forum
*******************************************************************
CA-PATIENTS is an unmoderated discussion list for patients
This list is part of a group of lists sponsored by ACOR,
the Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).

The listmanagers, conscious of the limited time medical professionals can
spend online, have setup this list to help those subscribers who want to discuss
issues relating to their cancers outside the hearing of their caregivers, friends,
health care professionals, etc. This list is meant for cancer patients only. If
you are not a patient, please respect the listmembers need for privacy.

For more information, send the command 'info CA-PATIENTS' to the address:
LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG (or to any listserv, actually).

You can always reach the owners at:

CA-PATIENTS-request@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

The list is archived at http://www.ACOR.ORG or can be
obtained by a listserv request; to use the listserv mechanism, send
the command 'index CA-PATIENTS' to listserv and you will get both a
list of all available files and logs, and also instructions on how to
get them.
********************************************************************
To review your own subscription options,
- send the command "query CA-PATIENTS"
to the listserv address (listserv@listserv.acor.org).
To leave the list,
- send the command "unsub CA-PATIENTS"
to the listserv address.
BREAST-ONC
Current Advances in Breast Cancer Treatments
*******************************************************************
BREAST-ONC is an unmoderated discussion list for patients
This list is part of a group of lists sponsored by ACOR,
the Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).

The listmanagers, conscious of the limited time medical professionals can
spend online, have setup this list to help those subscribers.
*******************************************************************

***********************************************************************

For more information, send the command 'info BREAST-ONC' to the address:
LISTSERV@ LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

You can always reach the owners at:

BREAST-ONC-request@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

The list is archived at http://LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG/archives
********************************************************************
AMYLOID
Amyloid Online Support
*******************************************************************
AMYLOID this unmoderated discussion list for patients,
family, friends, researchers, and physicians, to discuss
clinical and non-clinical issues and advances pertaining
to the treatment of:
- Primary (AL) Amyloidosis,
- Secondary (AA) Amyloidosis,
- and Familial Amyloidosis.
It includes Amyloidosis with Myeloma and related bone
marrow disorders, and Amyloidosis associated with renal
failure and long term dialysis.

Topics of discussion include patient experiences, psychosocial
issues, new research, clinical trials, and discussions of current
treatment practices and alternatives. The principal focus is
expected to be information and reassurance for patients and
loved ones.

This list is entirely free, and is run completely by volunteers.
It was established by volunteers working with the
International Myeloma Foundation (http://www.myeloma.org).
You may be interested in visiting the Amyloidosis Support
Network web page at http://www.amyloidosis.org.

While some of the messages on the list will be devoted to
announcements and discussions of medical advances and
treatment options, both main stream and alternative, the
MAIN FOCUS of the Amyloid list is intended to be a
forum for patients and their loved ones to exchange
experiences on dealing with amyloidosis and to gain information
that is often hard to find.
This list is part of a group of lists sponsored by ACOR,
the Association of Cancer Online Resources (http://www.acor.org).

The listmanagers, conscious of the limited time medical professionals can
spend online, have setup this list to help those subscribers.
*******************************************************************
For more information, send the command 'info amyloid' to the address:
LISTSERV@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

You can always reach the owners at:

amyloid-request@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

The list is archived at http://listserv.acor.og/archives/amyloid.html
*******************************************************************
To review your own subscription options,
- send the command "query amyloid"
to the listserv address (listserv@listserv.acor.org).
To leave the list,
- send the command "unsub amyloid"
to the listserv address.
To resubscribe,
- send the command "sub amyloid Firstname Lastname"
to the listserv address.
ACUP
AdenoCarcinoma of Unknown Primary c
*******************************************************************
*********************************************************************
Support list for anyone dealing with adenocarcinoma,
identified in any location, for which the primary site
cannot be determined.
ACUP is an unmoderated discussion list for
patients, family, friends, researchers, and
physicians, to discuss clinical and non-clinical issues
and advances pertaining to the treatment of the disease.
Topics of discussion include patient experiences, psychosocial
issues, new research, clinical trials, and discussions of current
treatment practices. The principal focus is
expected to be information and reassurance for patients and
loved ones.

This list is entirely free, and is run completely by volunteers.

While some of the messages on the list will be devoted to
announcements and discussions of medical advances and
treatment options, the MAIN FOCUS of the ACUP list is
intended to be a forum for cancer patients and their loved ones to
exchange experiences on dealing with CUP and to gain information
that is often hard to find.

***********************************************************************

For more information, You can always reach the owners at:

ACUP-request@LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG

The list is archived at http://LISTSERV.ACOR.ORG/archives/acup.html
2YOUNG-4GYN-CANCER
2young-4gyn-cancer c
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AML
Acute Myelogenous Leukemia
*****************************************************
ANA-INFO

 
   

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