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Results released today show good progress is being made to achieve the Government's Better Public Services targets.
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Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the government is investing an extra $4 million to establish a National Renal Transplant Service.
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Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has announced that the seasonal influenza immunisation programme will be extended to the end of August.
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Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced there will be an additional 34 medical places for students next year at our two medical schools.
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Young people with mental health or addiction problems are receiving treatment faster than ever before.
Read more...

Whooping cough still a threat to babies.
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More than 3,300 children most at risk of developing rheumatic fever have had their sore throat checked recently at a free drop-in clinic.
Read more...

Reminder: only a few weeks left to get funded flu vaccines.
Read more...

A new programme to prevent children missing out on important health services has been welcomed by Health Minister Tony Ryall.
Read more...

 A three year $900,000 study into prostate cancer care shows most men and their families are pleased with the care they received.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the government is investing an extra $3.8 million to further increase the number of GP and primary care doctor training places.
Read more...

 Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has welcomed new data showing DHBs are making good progress with taking steps to prevent surgical site infections.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says a spate of new measles cases dotted around the North Island highlights the need for people to check if they have been immunised.
Read more...

July2014 Have a read of our latest staff magazine Checkup.
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Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says work is underway to ensure the most up-to-date practices are being used in our screening programmes.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall met with a Plunket group in Wellington to launch the new Well Child Tamariki Ora health book.
Read more...

Whakatane Hospital $1million CT scanner heralds new era.
Read more...

From 1 July 2014, there will be a new phone your GP first system for sick people to access after-hours medical care in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew is welcoming the introduction of free rotavirus vaccination.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has announced additional investment of $18 million to further improve the care of rest home residents.
Read more...

It's not too late to get immunised against flu.
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All currently available mothball products are being removed from the market as a result of concern about the risk of poisoning to children.
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Your DHB

Latest News

Results released today show good progress is being made to achieve the Government's Better Public Services targets.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the government is investing an extra $4 million to establish a National Renal Transplant Service.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has announced that the seasonal influenza immunisation programme will be extended to the end of August.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced there will be an additional 34 medical places for students next year at our two medical schools.
Read more...

Young people with mental health or addiction problems are receiving treatment faster than ever before.
Read more...

Whooping cough still a threat to babies.
Read more...

More than 3,300 children most at risk of developing rheumatic fever have had their sore throat checked recently at a free drop-in clinic.
Read more...

Reminder: only a few weeks left to get funded flu vaccines.
Read more...

A new programme to prevent children missing out on important health services has been welcomed by Health Minister Tony Ryall.
Read more...

 A three year $900,000 study into prostate cancer care shows most men and their families are pleased with the care they received.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the government is investing an extra $3.8 million to further increase the number of GP and primary care doctor training places.
Read more...

 Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has welcomed new data showing DHBs are making good progress with taking steps to prevent surgical site infections.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says a spate of new measles cases dotted around the North Island highlights the need for people to check if they have been immunised.
Read more...

July2014 Have a read of our latest staff magazine Checkup.
Read more ....

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says work is underway to ensure the most up-to-date practices are being used in our screening programmes.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall met with a Plunket group in Wellington to launch the new Well Child Tamariki Ora health book.
Read more...

Whakatane Hospital $1million CT scanner heralds new era.
Read more...

From 1 July 2014, there will be a new phone your GP first system for sick people to access after-hours medical care in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew is welcoming the introduction of free rotavirus vaccination.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has announced additional investment of $18 million to further improve the care of rest home residents.
Read more...

It's not too late to get immunised against flu.
Read more...

All currently available mothball products are being removed from the market as a result of concern about the risk of poisoning to children.
Read more...

 

Health Advice

Latest News

Results released today show good progress is being made to achieve the Government's Better Public Services targets.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the government is investing an extra $4 million to establish a National Renal Transplant Service.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has announced that the seasonal influenza immunisation programme will be extended to the end of August.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced there will be an additional 34 medical places for students next year at our two medical schools.
Read more...

Young people with mental health or addiction problems are receiving treatment faster than ever before.
Read more...

Whooping cough still a threat to babies.
Read more...

More than 3,300 children most at risk of developing rheumatic fever have had their sore throat checked recently at a free drop-in clinic.
Read more...

Reminder: only a few weeks left to get funded flu vaccines.
Read more...

A new programme to prevent children missing out on important health services has been welcomed by Health Minister Tony Ryall.
Read more...

 A three year $900,000 study into prostate cancer care shows most men and their families are pleased with the care they received.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the government is investing an extra $3.8 million to further increase the number of GP and primary care doctor training places.
Read more...

 Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has welcomed new data showing DHBs are making good progress with taking steps to prevent surgical site infections.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says a spate of new measles cases dotted around the North Island highlights the need for people to check if they have been immunised.
Read more...

July2014 Have a read of our latest staff magazine Checkup.
Read more ....

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says work is underway to ensure the most up-to-date practices are being used in our screening programmes.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall met with a Plunket group in Wellington to launch the new Well Child Tamariki Ora health book.
Read more...

Whakatane Hospital $1million CT scanner heralds new era.
Read more...

From 1 July 2014, there will be a new phone your GP first system for sick people to access after-hours medical care in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew is welcoming the introduction of free rotavirus vaccination.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has announced additional investment of $18 million to further improve the care of rest home residents.
Read more...

It's not too late to get immunised against flu.
Read more...

All currently available mothball products are being removed from the market as a result of concern about the risk of poisoning to children.
Read more...

 

Māori Health

Latest News

Results released today show good progress is being made to achieve the Government's Better Public Services targets.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the government is investing an extra $4 million to establish a National Renal Transplant Service.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has announced that the seasonal influenza immunisation programme will be extended to the end of August.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced there will be an additional 34 medical places for students next year at our two medical schools.
Read more...

Young people with mental health or addiction problems are receiving treatment faster than ever before.
Read more...

Whooping cough still a threat to babies.
Read more...

More than 3,300 children most at risk of developing rheumatic fever have had their sore throat checked recently at a free drop-in clinic.
Read more...

Reminder: only a few weeks left to get funded flu vaccines.
Read more...

A new programme to prevent children missing out on important health services has been welcomed by Health Minister Tony Ryall.
Read more...

 A three year $900,000 study into prostate cancer care shows most men and their families are pleased with the care they received.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the government is investing an extra $3.8 million to further increase the number of GP and primary care doctor training places.
Read more...

 Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has welcomed new data showing DHBs are making good progress with taking steps to prevent surgical site infections.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says a spate of new measles cases dotted around the North Island highlights the need for people to check if they have been immunised.
Read more...

July2014 Have a read of our latest staff magazine Checkup.
Read more ....

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says work is underway to ensure the most up-to-date practices are being used in our screening programmes.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall met with a Plunket group in Wellington to launch the new Well Child Tamariki Ora health book.
Read more...

Whakatane Hospital $1million CT scanner heralds new era.
Read more...

From 1 July 2014, there will be a new phone your GP first system for sick people to access after-hours medical care in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew is welcoming the introduction of free rotavirus vaccination.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has announced additional investment of $18 million to further improve the care of rest home residents.
Read more...

It's not too late to get immunised against flu.
Read more...

All currently available mothball products are being removed from the market as a result of concern about the risk of poisoning to children.
Read more...

 

Need a Health Professional

Latest News

Results released today show good progress is being made to achieve the Government's Better Public Services targets.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the government is investing an extra $4 million to establish a National Renal Transplant Service.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has announced that the seasonal influenza immunisation programme will be extended to the end of August.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced there will be an additional 34 medical places for students next year at our two medical schools.
Read more...

Young people with mental health or addiction problems are receiving treatment faster than ever before.
Read more...

Whooping cough still a threat to babies.
Read more...

More than 3,300 children most at risk of developing rheumatic fever have had their sore throat checked recently at a free drop-in clinic.
Read more...

Reminder: only a few weeks left to get funded flu vaccines.
Read more...

A new programme to prevent children missing out on important health services has been welcomed by Health Minister Tony Ryall.
Read more...

 A three year $900,000 study into prostate cancer care shows most men and their families are pleased with the care they received.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the government is investing an extra $3.8 million to further increase the number of GP and primary care doctor training places.
Read more...

 Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has welcomed new data showing DHBs are making good progress with taking steps to prevent surgical site infections.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says a spate of new measles cases dotted around the North Island highlights the need for people to check if they have been immunised.
Read more...

July2014 Have a read of our latest staff magazine Checkup.
Read more ....

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says work is underway to ensure the most up-to-date practices are being used in our screening programmes.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall met with a Plunket group in Wellington to launch the new Well Child Tamariki Ora health book.
Read more...

Whakatane Hospital $1million CT scanner heralds new era.
Read more...

From 1 July 2014, there will be a new phone your GP first system for sick people to access after-hours medical care in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew is welcoming the introduction of free rotavirus vaccination.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has announced additional investment of $18 million to further improve the care of rest home residents.
Read more...

It's not too late to get immunised against flu.
Read more...

All currently available mothball products are being removed from the market as a result of concern about the risk of poisoning to children.
Read more...

 

Going to Hospital

Latest News

Results released today show good progress is being made to achieve the Government's Better Public Services targets.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the government is investing an extra $4 million to establish a National Renal Transplant Service.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has announced that the seasonal influenza immunisation programme will be extended to the end of August.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced there will be an additional 34 medical places for students next year at our two medical schools.
Read more...

Young people with mental health or addiction problems are receiving treatment faster than ever before.
Read more...

Whooping cough still a threat to babies.
Read more...

More than 3,300 children most at risk of developing rheumatic fever have had their sore throat checked recently at a free drop-in clinic.
Read more...

Reminder: only a few weeks left to get funded flu vaccines.
Read more...

A new programme to prevent children missing out on important health services has been welcomed by Health Minister Tony Ryall.
Read more...

 A three year $900,000 study into prostate cancer care shows most men and their families are pleased with the care they received.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the government is investing an extra $3.8 million to further increase the number of GP and primary care doctor training places.
Read more...

 Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has welcomed new data showing DHBs are making good progress with taking steps to prevent surgical site infections.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says a spate of new measles cases dotted around the North Island highlights the need for people to check if they have been immunised.
Read more...

July2014 Have a read of our latest staff magazine Checkup.
Read more ....

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says work is underway to ensure the most up-to-date practices are being used in our screening programmes.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall met with a Plunket group in Wellington to launch the new Well Child Tamariki Ora health book.
Read more...

Whakatane Hospital $1million CT scanner heralds new era.
Read more...

From 1 July 2014, there will be a new phone your GP first system for sick people to access after-hours medical care in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew is welcoming the introduction of free rotavirus vaccination.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has announced additional investment of $18 million to further improve the care of rest home residents.
Read more...

It's not too late to get immunised against flu.
Read more...

All currently available mothball products are being removed from the market as a result of concern about the risk of poisoning to children.
Read more...

 

You Belong Here

Latest News

Results released today show good progress is being made to achieve the Government's Better Public Services targets.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the government is investing an extra $4 million to establish a National Renal Transplant Service.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has announced that the seasonal influenza immunisation programme will be extended to the end of August.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced there will be an additional 34 medical places for students next year at our two medical schools.
Read more...

Young people with mental health or addiction problems are receiving treatment faster than ever before.
Read more...

Whooping cough still a threat to babies.
Read more...

More than 3,300 children most at risk of developing rheumatic fever have had their sore throat checked recently at a free drop-in clinic.
Read more...

Reminder: only a few weeks left to get funded flu vaccines.
Read more...

A new programme to prevent children missing out on important health services has been welcomed by Health Minister Tony Ryall.
Read more...

 A three year $900,000 study into prostate cancer care shows most men and their families are pleased with the care they received.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the government is investing an extra $3.8 million to further increase the number of GP and primary care doctor training places.
Read more...

 Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has welcomed new data showing DHBs are making good progress with taking steps to prevent surgical site infections.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says a spate of new measles cases dotted around the North Island highlights the need for people to check if they have been immunised.
Read more...

July2014 Have a read of our latest staff magazine Checkup.
Read more ....

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says work is underway to ensure the most up-to-date practices are being used in our screening programmes.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall met with a Plunket group in Wellington to launch the new Well Child Tamariki Ora health book.
Read more...

Whakatane Hospital $1million CT scanner heralds new era.
Read more...

From 1 July 2014, there will be a new phone your GP first system for sick people to access after-hours medical care in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew is welcoming the introduction of free rotavirus vaccination.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has announced additional investment of $18 million to further improve the care of rest home residents.
Read more...

It's not too late to get immunised against flu.
Read more...

All currently available mothball products are being removed from the market as a result of concern about the risk of poisoning to children.
Read more...

 

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Latest News

Results released today show good progress is being made to achieve the Government's Better Public Services targets.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the government is investing an extra $4 million to establish a National Renal Transplant Service.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has announced that the seasonal influenza immunisation programme will be extended to the end of August.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced there will be an additional 34 medical places for students next year at our two medical schools.
Read more...

Young people with mental health or addiction problems are receiving treatment faster than ever before.
Read more...

Whooping cough still a threat to babies.
Read more...

More than 3,300 children most at risk of developing rheumatic fever have had their sore throat checked recently at a free drop-in clinic.
Read more...

Reminder: only a few weeks left to get funded flu vaccines.
Read more...

A new programme to prevent children missing out on important health services has been welcomed by Health Minister Tony Ryall.
Read more...

 A three year $900,000 study into prostate cancer care shows most men and their families are pleased with the care they received.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the government is investing an extra $3.8 million to further increase the number of GP and primary care doctor training places.
Read more...

 Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has welcomed new data showing DHBs are making good progress with taking steps to prevent surgical site infections.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says a spate of new measles cases dotted around the North Island highlights the need for people to check if they have been immunised.
Read more...

July2014 Have a read of our latest staff magazine Checkup.
Read more ....

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says work is underway to ensure the most up-to-date practices are being used in our screening programmes.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall met with a Plunket group in Wellington to launch the new Well Child Tamariki Ora health book.
Read more...

Whakatane Hospital $1million CT scanner heralds new era.
Read more...

From 1 July 2014, there will be a new phone your GP first system for sick people to access after-hours medical care in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew is welcoming the introduction of free rotavirus vaccination.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has announced additional investment of $18 million to further improve the care of rest home residents.
Read more...

It's not too late to get immunised against flu.
Read more...

All currently available mothball products are being removed from the market as a result of concern about the risk of poisoning to children.
Read more...

 

Send a Patient a Message

Latest News

Results released today show good progress is being made to achieve the Government's Better Public Services targets.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the government is investing an extra $4 million to establish a National Renal Transplant Service.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has announced that the seasonal influenza immunisation programme will be extended to the end of August.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced there will be an additional 34 medical places for students next year at our two medical schools.
Read more...

Young people with mental health or addiction problems are receiving treatment faster than ever before.
Read more...

Whooping cough still a threat to babies.
Read more...

More than 3,300 children most at risk of developing rheumatic fever have had their sore throat checked recently at a free drop-in clinic.
Read more...

Reminder: only a few weeks left to get funded flu vaccines.
Read more...

A new programme to prevent children missing out on important health services has been welcomed by Health Minister Tony Ryall.
Read more...

 A three year $900,000 study into prostate cancer care shows most men and their families are pleased with the care they received.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the government is investing an extra $3.8 million to further increase the number of GP and primary care doctor training places.
Read more...

 Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has welcomed new data showing DHBs are making good progress with taking steps to prevent surgical site infections.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says a spate of new measles cases dotted around the North Island highlights the need for people to check if they have been immunised.
Read more...

July2014 Have a read of our latest staff magazine Checkup.
Read more ....

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says work is underway to ensure the most up-to-date practices are being used in our screening programmes.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall met with a Plunket group in Wellington to launch the new Well Child Tamariki Ora health book.
Read more...

Whakatane Hospital $1million CT scanner heralds new era.
Read more...

From 1 July 2014, there will be a new phone your GP first system for sick people to access after-hours medical care in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew is welcoming the introduction of free rotavirus vaccination.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has announced additional investment of $18 million to further improve the care of rest home residents.
Read more...

It's not too late to get immunised against flu.
Read more...

All currently available mothball products are being removed from the market as a result of concern about the risk of poisoning to children.
Read more...

 

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Latest News

Results released today show good progress is being made to achieve the Government's Better Public Services targets.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the government is investing an extra $4 million to establish a National Renal Transplant Service.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has announced that the seasonal influenza immunisation programme will be extended to the end of August.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced there will be an additional 34 medical places for students next year at our two medical schools.
Read more...

Young people with mental health or addiction problems are receiving treatment faster than ever before.
Read more...

Whooping cough still a threat to babies.
Read more...

More than 3,300 children most at risk of developing rheumatic fever have had their sore throat checked recently at a free drop-in clinic.
Read more...

Reminder: only a few weeks left to get funded flu vaccines.
Read more...

A new programme to prevent children missing out on important health services has been welcomed by Health Minister Tony Ryall.
Read more...

 A three year $900,000 study into prostate cancer care shows most men and their families are pleased with the care they received.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall has announced the government is investing an extra $3.8 million to further increase the number of GP and primary care doctor training places.
Read more...

 Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has welcomed new data showing DHBs are making good progress with taking steps to prevent surgical site infections.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says a spate of new measles cases dotted around the North Island highlights the need for people to check if they have been immunised.
Read more...

July2014 Have a read of our latest staff magazine Checkup.
Read more ....

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says work is underway to ensure the most up-to-date practices are being used in our screening programmes.
Read more...

Health Minister Tony Ryall met with a Plunket group in Wellington to launch the new Well Child Tamariki Ora health book.
Read more...

Whakatane Hospital $1million CT scanner heralds new era.
Read more...

From 1 July 2014, there will be a new phone your GP first system for sick people to access after-hours medical care in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew is welcoming the introduction of free rotavirus vaccination.
Read more...

Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has announced additional investment of $18 million to further improve the care of rest home residents.
Read more...

It's not too late to get immunised against flu.
Read more...

All currently available mothball products are being removed from the market as a result of concern about the risk of poisoning to children.
Read more...

 

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TGAHospital Click here to watch our 'Welcome to Tauranga Hospital' video for helpful directions and where to park ... more

WhkHospitalVideoClick here to watch our 'Welcome to Whakatane Hospital' video for helpful directions and where to park ... more 

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Koauauvideo For the BoPDHB, the Tangata Whenua determinants derive from four key realities - connection to one's spirituality, connection to one's ancestral identity, connection to one's land and connection to one's Whānau

Karakiavideo A Karakia with Pouroto Ngaropo

This allows you to send a message to your family and friends who are in a ward in either Tauranga or Whakatane Hospital.

Click here to go to the send a message page.

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NewsClick here to read the latest news .... more

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Read the latest Health Matters publication .... more

 

CEOvideo Click here to meet the BoPDHB CEO, Phil Cammish.

 

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