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Charles Graham

TitleAssociate Dean
InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentCollege of Medicine Administration
DivisionFaculty & Student Affairs
Address Campus General
4301 W. Markham
Mail Slot # 603
Little Rock AR 72205
Phone501-686-7407
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    1. Graham J, Aitken ME, Shirm S. Correlation of measures of patient acuity with measures of crowding in a pediatric emergency department. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2011 Aug; 27(8):706-9. PMID: 21811200.
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    2. Graham J, Newton BW, Gaddy D, Tariq S, Aitken ME. Development of a longitudinal injury prevention curriculum for undergraduate medical students. Inj Prev. 2010 Aug; 16(4):267-71. PMID: 20501474.
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    3. Graham C, Bowman S, Shirm S, Stovall S. Blood culture contamination rate increases in times of emergency department crowding. Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting. 2010.
    4. Shirm S, Graham C. Correlation of measures of triage acuity and measures of overcrowding in a pediatric emergency department. 5th Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Congress. 2010.
    5. Graham C, Bowman S, Shirm S, Stovall S. Blood culture contamination rate increases in times of emergency department crowding. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 2010.
    6. Graham C, Shirm S, Storm E, Linam M, Romero J. Impact of 2009 H1N1 influenza on a pediatric emergency department. Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting. 2010.
    7. Storm E, Hall-Barrow J, Smith CE, Graham C. Increasing utilization of emergency telemedicine: the pediatric experience. American Telemedicine Association. 2010.
    8. Long G, Thompson T, Graham C. Cranial impalement of an all terrain brake handle in a helmeted child. Southern Society fo Pediatric Research. 2010.
    9. Bowman SM, Aitken ME, Helmkamp JC, Maham SA, Graham CJ. Impact of helmets on injuries to riders of all-terrain vehicles. Inj Prev. 2009 Feb; 15(1):3-7. PMID: 19190268.
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    10. McLario D, Graham J. A very bad day: retrospective time analysis of emergency department. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 2009.
    11. Lyle K, Thompson T, Graham CJ. Pediatric mass casualty: triage and planning for the prehospital provider. Clinical Pediatric Emergency Medicine. 2009; 10(3):173-185.
    12. Shirm S, McLario D, Bowman S, Graham J. Emergency department overcrowding prolongs time to antibiotics in febrile neonates. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 2009.
    13. McLario D, Graham CJ. A very bad day: retrospective time analysis of emergency department. Pediatric Academic Societies. 2009.
    14. Lyle K, Thompson T, Graham CJ. Pediatric mass casualty: triage and planning for the prehospital provider. Clin Ped Emerg Med. 2009; 10(3):173-185.
    15. Shirm S, McLario D, Bowman S, Graham CJ. Emergency department overcrowding prolongs time to antibiotics in febrile neonates. Pediatric Academic Societies. 2009.
    16. Thompson TM, Latch R, Parnell D, Dick R, Aitken ME, Graham CJ. Foot injuries associated with all-terrain vehicle use in children and adolelscents. Pediatric Emergency Care. 2008; 24(7):466-467.
    17. Graham CJ, Latch R. A web based, self directed learning module on pediatric patient safety in a pediatric clerkship. Pediatric Academic Societies. 2008.
    18. Graham CJ, Latch R, Miller B, Mullins SH, Aitken ME. Increased knowledge and self efficacy using a planned curriculum in a pediatric clerkship. Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting. 2008.
    19. Miller B, Mullins SH, Graham CJ, Aitken ME. ATV safety behaviors among children in rural communities. 9th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion. 2008.
    20. Thompson T, Lyle K, Graham J, Graham CJ. Emergency Preparedness of Arkansas hospitals for pediatric patients in a disaster. Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting. 2008.
    21. Thompson T, Dick R, Graham CJ. Preparedness for critically ill or injured pediatric patients in Arkansas hospitals. Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting. 2008.
    22. Shirm S, Aitken ME, Graham CJ. Emergency department length of stay correlates with number and rate of admissions. Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting. 2008.
    23. Graham CJ, Gaddy D, Newton B, Tariq S, Miller B, Aitken ME. Longitudinal injury curriculum development: one medical schools experience. 9th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion. 2008.
    24. Graham J, Shirm S, Liggin R, Aitken ME, Dick R. Mass-casualty events at schools: a national preparedness survey. Pediatrics. 2006 Jan; 117(1):e8-15. PMID: 16396851.
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    25. Graham J, Dick R, Parnell D, Aitken ME. Clothesline injury mechanism associated with all-terrain vehicle use by children. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2006 Jan; 22(1):45-7. PMID: 16418612.
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    26. Fiser DH, Graham CJ, Green JW, Moss M, Wankum PC, Heulitt MJ, Prince A, Schexnayder SM, Dick RM. Pediatric Critical Care. Pediatric vascular access and centeses. 2006.
    27. Graham J, Liggin R, Shirm S, Nation B, Dick R. Planning for a mass casualty incident in Arkansas schools. J Sch Health. 2005 Oct; 75(8):327-8. PMID: 16179084.
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    28. Aitken ME, Graham CJ, Killingsworth JB, Mullins SH, Parnell DN, Dick RM. All-terrain vehicle injury in children: strategies for prevention. Inj Prev. 2004 Oct; 10(5):303-7. PMID: 15470012.
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    29. Dick RM, Liggin R, Shirm SW, Graham CJ. Emergency Medical Services Preparedness for Mass Casulty Events Involving Children. Pediatric Research. 2004; 55(4)::120A.
    30. Liggin R, Graham CJ, Dick RM. School Preparedness for Mass Casulty Events. Pediatric Research. 2004; 55(4):128A.
    31. Graham CJ, Petty M, Menna J. Learning physician-patient communication skills: attitudes and experiences of senior medical students. Annals of Behavioral Science and Medical Education. 2004; 10::15-21.
    32. Graham CJ. They Made a Difference. 2003; (2003):Author of Several .
    33. Graham CJ. Book review: Textbook of physical diagnosis: history and physical examination. Focus on Surgical Education. 2003; 20::12-13.
    34. Tank P, Deloney LA, Burns R, Graham CJ. Integrated module to introduce medical students to breast cancer in the first semester of the curriculum. Journal of the International Association of Medical Science Educators. 2003; 13(1)::5-9.
    35. Graham CJ. Book review: Textbook of physical diagnosis. Teaching and Learning in Medicine. 2003; 15::147-8.
    36. Deloney LA, Graham CJ. Wit: Using drama to teach medical students about empathy and compassion. Teaching and Learning in Medicine. 2003; 15::247-51.
    37. Deloney LA, Graham CJ. Wit: using drama to teach first-year medical students about empathy and compassion. Teach Learn Med. 2003; 15(4):247-51. PMID: 14612257.
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    38. Dwyer RG, Deloney LA, Cantrell MJ, Graham CJ. The First Clinical Skill: Students Teach Students to Take Vital Signs. Med Educ Online. 2002 Dec; 7(1):4545. PMID: 28253758.
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    39. Henry-Tillman R, Deloney LA, Savidge M, Graham CJ, Klimberg VS. The medical student as patient navigator as an approach to teaching empathy. Am J Surg. 2002 Jun; 183(6):659-62. PMID: 12095596.
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    40. Dwyer RG, Deloney LA, Cantrell MJ, Graham CJ. The First Clinical Skill: Students teach students to take vital signs. Medical Education Online. 2002; 7::9.
    41. Henry-Tillman R, Deloney LA, Savidge M, Graham CJ, Klimberg VS. The medical student as patient navigator: An innovative approach to teach medical empathy. American Journal of Surgery. 2002; 183(6)::659-62.
    42. Deloney LA, Graham CJ, Erwin DO. Presenting cultural diversity and spirituality to first-year medical students. Acad Med. 2000 May; 75(5):513-4. PMID: 10824784.
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    43. Graham CJ. Emergency Medicine Companion Handbook. Resuscitation of Children and Neonates. 2000.
    44. James LP, Farrar HC, Komoroski EM, Wood WR, Graham CJ, Bornemeier RA, Valentine JL. Sympathomimetic drug use in adolescents presenting to a pediatric emergency department with chest pain. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol. 1998; 36(4):321-8. PMID: 9711198.
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    45. James LP, Farrar HP, Komoroski E, Graham CJ, Et. al. Sympathomimetic drug use in adolescents presenting to the pediatric emergency department with chest pain. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 1997; 60A.
    46. Komoroski EM, Graham CJ, Kirby RS. A comparison of interventions to improve clinic follow-up compliance after a pediatric emergency department visit. Pediatr Emerg Care. 1996 Apr; 12(2):87-90. PMID: 8859914.
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    47. Krebel MS, Clayton C, Graham C. Child life programs in the pediatric emergency department. Pediatr Emerg Care. 1996 Feb; 12(1):13-5. PMID: 8677171.
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    48. Graham CJ. Book Review: Pediatric Trauma. Initial Care of the Injured Child. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 1996; 27:538.
    49. Krebel MS, Clayton C, Jardine J, Graham CJ. Child life programs in pediatric emergency departments. Pediatric Emergency Care. 1996; 12::13-15.
    50. Rosenberg, NM, Graham CJ, Nichols M, Petrache, Fuerst RS. To What Degree of an Examination?. Pediatric Emergency Care. 1996; 12::140-144.
    51. Graham CJ. Emergency Medicine Companion Handbook. Resuscitation of Children and Neonates. 1996.
    52. Shirm SW, Graham CJ, Seibert JJ, Fiser D, Scholle SH, Dick RM. Clinical effect of a quality assurance system for radiographs in a pediatric emergency department. Pediatr Emerg Care. 1995 Dec; 11(6):351-4. PMID: 8751169.
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    53. Graham CJ, Shirm S. Security in pediatric emergency departments. Pediatr Emerg Care. 1995 Aug; 11(4):220-2. PMID: 8532566.
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    54. Graham CJ, Cleveland E. Left-handedness as an injury risk factor in adolescents. J Adolesc Health. 1995 Jan; 16(1):50-2. PMID: 7742338.
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    55. Shirm S, Dick RM, Graham CJ, Siebert JJ. Clinical effect of discordant radiograph interpretation in a pediatric emergency department. Pediatric Emergency Care. 1995; 11::351-354.
    56. Krebel MS, Clayton C, Graham CJ. Child life intervention and behavioral distress in children undergoing intravenous cannulation. Ambulatory Pediatric Association. 1994; P67.
    57. Graham CJ, Dick R, Rickert VI, Glenn R. Left-handedness as a risk factor for unintentional injury in children. Pediatrics. 1993 Dec; 92(6):823-6. PMID: 8233744.
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    58. Rickert VI, Graham CJ, Fisher R, Gottlieb A, Trosclair A, Jay MS. A comparison of methods for alcohol and marijuana anticipatory guidance with adolescents. J Adolesc Health. 1993 May; 14(3):225-30. PMID: 8323935.
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    59. Rickert VI, Graham CJ, Fisher R, Gottlieb A, Trosclair A. A comparison of methods for alcohol and marijuana anticipatory guidance in adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health. 1993; 14::225-230.
    60. Graham CJ. Adult patients presenting to a pediatric emergency department. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 1993; 759A.
    61. Shirm S, Dick RM, Graham CJ, Siebert JJ. Clinical effect of discordant radiographic interpretation in a pediatric emergency department. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 1993; 760A.
    62. Graham CJ. Emergency Care of the Substance Abusing Adolescent. State of the Art Reviews in Adolescent Medicine. 1993; 4::167-180.
    63. Krebel MS, Clayton C, Graham CJ. Child life intervention and behavioral distress in children undergoing intravenous cannulation. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 1993; 760A.
    64. Graham CJ, Shirm S, Frazier E, Gibson C, Dick R. Outcome of a quality improvement program for electrocardiograms in a pediatric emergency department. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting. 1993; 913.
    65. Graham CJ, Steumky J, Lera T. EMS preparedness for pediatric emergencies. Pediatric Emergency Care. 1993; 9::329-331.
    66. Kozlowski K, Gottlieb A, Graham CJ, Cleveland E. Adolescent Gynecologic Emergencies. State of the art reviews in adolescent medicine. 1993; 4::63-76.
    67. Graham CJ, Cleveland E, Bonner G. Left-handedness as a risk factor for injuries in adolescents. Ambulatory Pediatric Association. 1993; 458.
    68. Graham CJ, Kittredge D, Stuemky J. Injuries associated with child safety seat misuse. Pediatric Emergency Care. 1992; 8::351-353.
    69. Graham CJ, Glenn R, Dick R, Pasley J, Allen B. Left-handedness as a risk factor for accidental trauma. Ambulatory Pediatric Association. 1992; 465-6.
    70. Graham CJ, Cleveland E, Bonner G. Left-handedness as a risk factor for injuries in adolescents. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 1992; 802A.
    71. Krebel MS, Clayton C, Jardine J, Graham CJ. Child life programs in pediatric emergency departments. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 1992; 842A.
    72. Rickert VI, Graham CJ, Fiedorek SC. Pediatric Chronic Illness: Compliance Strategies. Clinics in Applied Nutrition. 1992; 2::51-60.
    73. Graham CJ, Schwartz JE, Stacy T. Stroke following oral trauma in children. Ann Emerg Med. 1991 Sep; 20(9):1029-31. PMID: 1877772.
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    74. Graham CJ, Shirm S, Gottleib A. Adolescent injuries and illness occurring in camp settings. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 1991; 820A.
    75. Graham CJ, Glenn R, Dick R, Pasley J, Allen B. Left-handedness as a risk factor for accidental trauma. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 1991; 854A.
    76. Wells TG, Graham CJ, Moss MM, Kearns GL. Nifedipine poisoning in a child. Pediatrics. 1990 Jul; 86(1):91-4. PMID: 2359687.
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    77. Graham CJ, Stuemky JH, Schwartz J. A national survey of child abuse education in emergency medicine residencies. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 1990; 945A.
    78. Graham CJ, Lawson L, Blocker S, Jones J. Sexually abused girls who require operative repair. 1st North American Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect. 1990; 967A.
    79. Graham CJ, Lawson L, Blocker S, Jones J. Sexually abused girls who require operative repair. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 1990; 967A.
    80. Graham CJ, Stuemky JH, Lera T. EMS preparedness for pediatric emergencies. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 1990; 944A.
    81. Graham CJ, Yamauchi T, Rountree P. Q fever in animal laboratory workers: an outbreak and its investigation. Am J Infect Control. 1989 Dec; 17(6):345-8. PMID: 2596732.
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    82. Jay MS, Graham CJ, Flowers C. Adolescent suicide attempters presenting to a pediatric facility. Adolescence. 1989; 24(94):467-72. PMID: 2763912.
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    83. Graham CJ, Stuemky JH, Kittredge D. Injuries associated with child safety seat misuse. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 1989; 821A.
    84. Jay MS, Graham CJ, Flowers C, DuRant RH. Adolescent suicide attempters in a pediatric emergency room. Adolescence. 1989; 24::467-473.
    85. Graham CJ, Yamauchi T., Roundtree P., Graham CJ. Q fever in laboratory personnel. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 1988; 67A.
    86. Graham CJ, Jay S, Flowers, C, DuRant RH. Adolescent suicide attempters in a pediatric emergency room. Southern Society for Pediatric Research. 1987; 309.
    87. Aitken ME, Mullins SH, Nixon J, Parnell DN, Dick R, Graham CJ. Impact of a rural community based all terrain vehicle safety campaign. Southern Society for Pediatric Research.
    88. Menendez C, Cantrell M, Burrows F, Deloney L, Graham CJ. Retired physicians in coaching physical examination techniques to freshmen medical students via a student-run instructional program: The Wisdom Project. AAMC Southern Group on Educational Affairs.
    89. Graham CJ, Liggin R, Shirm S, Dick R. EMS preparedness for mass casualty incidents involving children. 3rd Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Congress.
    90. Carey MJ, Graham CJ, Deloney LA. Using medical student feedback to enhance emergency medicine residents' competency in communication skills. AAMC Southern Group on Educational Affairs.
    91. Graham CJ, Deloney LA. Teaching medical stduents about patients' cultural and spiritual beliefs. Association for the Behavioral Sciences and Medical Education Annual Meeting.
    92. Thompson TM, Dick RM, Stanford K, Graham CJ. A national survey of triage practices in pediatric emergency department. Southern Society for Pediatric Research.
    93. Graham CJ, Cantrell MJ, Tariq S. How do students prepare for an objective structured clinical exam?. Association for Behavioral Science and Medical Education.
    94. Dick RM, Liggin R, Shirm SW, Graham CJ. Emergency medical service preparedness for mass casualty events involving children. Southern Society for Pediatric Research.
    95. Thompson T, Aitken ME, Parnell D, Latch B, Mullins SH, Graham CJ. Foot injuries associated with all terrain vehicle use in children. Southern Society for Pediatric Research.
    96. Aitken M, Graham CJ, Miller B, Mullins H, Dick R. Community approaches to all terrain vehicle injury. National Injury Prevention and Control Conference.
    97. Graham CJ, Deloney LA. Implementation of a practice clinical exam to reduce student uncertainty and anxiety. AAMC Southern Group on Educational Affairs.
    98. Aitken ME, Miller BK, Lancaster VA, Mullins SH, Graham CJ. Practical injury prevention workshop for junior medical students. 2005 Injury Free Coalition for Kids National Conference.
    99. Henry-Tillman R, Deloney LA, Savidge M, Graham CJ, Klimberg VS. The medical student as patient navigator: An innovative approach to teach medical empathy. Twenty-first Annual Meeting of the Association for Surgical Education.
    100. Graham CJ, Cantrell MJ, Tariq S. Comparison of methods for teaching physical examination skills to freshman medical students. Association for Behavioral Science and Medical Education.
    101. Deloney LA, Graham CJ, Wheeler R. Adding MedCAREERS to the M-1 curriculum: One institution's experience. AAMC Southern Group on Educational Affairs.
    102. Graham CJ, Menna JH, Petty M. Learning physician-patient communication skills: attitudes and experiences of senior medical students. Association for the Behavioral Sciences and Medical Education Annual Meeting.
    103. Graham CJ, Mullins SH, Miller B, Aitken ME. Medical student injury prevention behaviors. Council on Medical Student Education in Pediatrics Annual Meeting.
    104. Aitken ME, Mullins SH, Nixon J, Graham CJ, Coben JH, Helmkamp JC. Measurement of all terrain vehicle safety behaviors in rural communities. Southern Society for Pediatric Research.
    105. Ellis EN, Graham CJ. Summer pediatric research program for college students. Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting.
    106. Carey MJ, Graham CJ, Deloney L, Dobbins WN, Mayfield J, Lockwood L. Knowledge of domestic violence prevalence among medical students before and after an expert panel discussion. AAMC Southern Group on Educational Affairs.
    107. Miller TC, Graham CJ, Hicks A, Aitken ME. An analysis of current all terrain vehicle laws in the United States. Southern Society for Pediatric Research.
    108. Mullins H, Miller B, Nixon J, Aitken M, Graham CJ. Pilot of a community education campaign on all terrain vehicle safety. Lifesavers Conference.
    109. Graham CJ, Mullins SH, Miller B, Lancaster VA, Aitken ME. Evaluation of an injury prevention workshop in a pediatrics clerkship. 2007 Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting.
    110. Graham CJ. A formal advisor program in a pediatric clerkship. Council on Medical Student Education in Pediatrics Annual Meeting.
    111. Thompson T, Stanford K, Dick R, Graham CJ. A national survey of triage practices in pediatric emergency departments. 4th Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Congress.
    112. Wells T, Graham CJ, Moss M, Kearns G. Nifedipine poisoning in a Child Pediatrics 85:91-94 July 1990. Nifedipine poisoning in a Child. July 1990.
    113. Tank PW, Deloney LA, Burns ER, Graham CJ. The difference between disease and illness: Introducing medical students to breast cancer early in the curriculum. 5th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Medical Science Educators.
    114. Williams R, Aitken ME, Nixon J, Mullins SH, Thompson T, Dick R, Graham CJ. An all terrain vehicle safety survey of hunters demonstrates risky behavior. American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference and Exhibition.
    115. Feild CF, Edstrom P, Graham CJ, Udouj JM. Windshield survey to teach junior medical students community health assessment. Southern Society for Pediatric Research.
    116. Shirm S, Graham CJ. Correlation of admission rate with measures of overcrowding in a pediatric emergency department. 4th Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Congress.
    117. Feild C, Edstrom P, Graham CJ, Udouj J. Teaching medical students community health assessment. American Academy of Pediatrics Future of Pediatrics Conference.
    118. Liggin R, Graham CJ, Dick RM. School preparedness for mass casulty events. Southern Society for Pediatric Research.
    119. Graham CJ, Schwartz J, Stacy T. Stroke following oral trauma in children Annals of Emergency Medicine 20:1029-1031 September 1991. Stroke following oral trauma in children. September 1991.
    120. Feild CR, Udouj JM, Graham CJ. A medical student service learning rotation in community pediatrics in a pediatrics clerkship. Southern Society for Pediatric Research.
    121. Dwyer RG, Deloney LA, Graham CJ. Senior medical students facilitate the first step in the transition of freshmen to the practice of medicine. AAMC Southern Group on Educational Affairs.
    122. Deloney LA, Graham CJ. The ICM pin: A symbol of professional development in medical education. AAMC Southern Group on Educational Affairs.
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