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Alexander S. Rosemurgy, MD

Director, Surgical Digestive Disorders and GERD Center

Director, HPB Surgery and Fellowship Program

The Southeastern Center for Digestive Disorders & Pancreatic Cancer

Advanced Minimally Invasive & Robotic Surgery

Florida Hospital Tampa


  • Professor of Surgery
  • Professor of Medicine
  • The Vivian Clark Reeves / Joy McCann Culver house Endowed Chair in Pancreatic Cancer and Digestive Disorders
  • Associate Dean for Academic Enrichment and Simulation
  • University of South Florida

Dr. Alexander Rosemurgy came to Florida Hospital Tampa in 2012 and formed the Southeastern Center for Digestive Disorders & Pancreatic Cancer Advanced Minimally Invasive & Robotic Surgery Practice with Dr. Sharona Ross and a team of clinical and research personnel. At Florida Hospital Tampa, Dr. Rosemurgy continues his clinical, research and scholarly endeavors that he started many years ago when he can came to the Tampa Bay area. While on the faculty of the University of South Florida (from 1984 to 2011), while a member of the Tampa General Medical Group (from 2011 to 2012), and while a member of the Florida Hospital System (Adventist Health Care System). At the University of South Florida he was a Professor in the Department of Surgery, a Professor in the Department of Medicine, the recipient of The Vivian Clark Reeves / Joy McCann Culverhouse Endowed Chair in Digestive Disorders and Pancreatic Cancer, and Associate Dean for Simulation and Academic Enrichment. Dr. Rosemurgy is currently the Director of Hepatopancreaticobiliary Surgery at Florida Hospital Tampa, the Director of the Hepatopancreaticobiliary Surgery Fellowship at Florida Hospital Tampa, and the Director of Surgical Digestive Disorders and the GERD Center at Florida Hospital Tampa.

Dr. Rosemurgy came to University of South Florida (USF) in 1984 upon completing his residency at the University of Chicago. When he came to Tampa, the preventable death rate with trauma in Hillsborough County was 23%. This means that of the patients dying after experiencing trauma, 23% died unnecessarily. Dr. Rosemurgy led a successful effort and was the driving force to develop a Level One trauma center at Tampa General Hospital (TGH). He was the first Director of the TGH Regional Trauma Center and held this position for more than a decade. In that time period, the trauma program became one of the busiest clinical trauma programs in the country. The program was very prolific in scholarly activity, as well, consequently becoming a leader in innovative approaches to the injured patient and achieving national recognition. He began the Trauma Fellowship at Tampa General Hospital. Dr. Rosemurgy was a driving force in the development of the Hillsborough County Trauma Agency and was its first medical director. The efforts of the TGH trauma program and the Hillsborough County Trauma Agency resulted in a decrease in the preventable trauma death rate in Hillsborough to 1.6%! This was profiled in a peer-reviewed publication in the Journal of Emergency Medicine:

Thoburn E, Norris PA, Flores R, Goode SE, Rodriguez E, Adams V, Campbell S, Albrink M, Rosemurgy AS. System Care Improves Trauma Outcome: Patient Care Errors Dominate Reduced Preventable Death Rate. Journal of Emergency Medicine. 11:135-9, 1993.

Recognizing his impact on trauma care in this region of Florida, in 1993 The Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners recognized me for years of "outstanding contributions and service to the people of Hillsborough County" through the Emergency Medical Planning Council. In 2007, Dr. Rosemurgy also received special recognition from the Naval Special Warfare Development Group Medical Department for his efforts in the education of their "first responders" to warfare casualties.

Dr. Rosemurgy's work in trauma was recognized by a position on the editorial board of The Journal of Trauma. He served on the board for more than a decade.

During his early years in Tampa, Dr. Rosemurgy was also Assistant Chief of Surgery at the James A. Haley Veterans Administration Hospital and, later, Acting Chief of Surgery. During his time as Acting Chief of Surgery, measures of work within the James A. Haley VA hospital became more clearly defined and he led the hospital's efforts to be more productive.

In the early 1990's Dr. Rosemurgy began to pursue his interests in gastrointestinal surgery with a more singular focus. He developed a Digestive Disorders Initiative at Tampa General Hospital, and was the Surgical Director of the Digestive Disorders Center at Tampa General Hospital for nearly two decades. Many of the responsibilities of this position were administrative, such as quality assurance, developing continuing professional education programs, and organizing the clinical research support for the Digestive Disorders program, as well as developing an environment which promoted productivity. His efforts resulted in the opening of a state-of-the-art endoscopy facility at Tampa General Hospital and the opening of a beautiful inpatient unit for patients of the Digestive Disorders program 2008. Efforts also led to the development of three Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JACHO) approved programs: Gastro-Esophageal Disorders, Gastrointestinal Malignancies, and Hepatobiliopancreatic Disorders. Each of these programs was the first in the country to be so recognized. These programs have progressed through five reaccreditation reviews. Reflecting his interests in pancreatic cancer, the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network recognized Dr. Rosemurgy for his "leading expertise in the field of pancreatic cancer" and "contributions through surgery and research in helping us find a cure" in 2009.

Dr. Rosemurgy was the Director of the Division of General Surgery at the University of South Florida (USF) for more than a decade. He was responsible for the fiscal well-being of the Division during a very challenging time in the life of the University. He accepted the position of Division Director at a time when the Department of Surgery was in great financial peril and the Division had languished for years. He recruited many fine surgeons and assembled a very successful research program with a supporting infrastructure. A grant from the National Cancer Institute was granted to members of the Division while he was Director. This was a first for the Department of Surgery. These accomplishments were not thought possible before he became Director.

Dr. Rosemurgy was very involved in undergraduate student, medical student, resident, fellow and continuing professional education at USF. He won six "Attending of the Year" awards from the Chief Residents in Surgery, each presented at the annual year-end banquet. The Chief Residents specifically noted his passion for their education and significant impact on them every year at the annual year-end banquet. Dr. Rosemurgy has also received an "Educator of the Year" award from the USF medical students, recognizing his efforts in education and mentoring. Dr. Rosemurgy is an adept mentor. Many of the medical students and residents with whom he has worked particularly close with have gone on to have great careers and are currently on the faculty of outstanding university departments of Surgery. To mention a few:

  • Emmanuel Zervos, MD is the Director of Surgical Oncology at the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University.
  • John Sweeney, MD is the Dean Warren Professor and the Director of General Surgery and Minimally Invasive Surgery at Emory University.
  • Paul Kearney, MD is a Professor of Surgery and the recipient of an endowed chair in Surgery at the University of Kentucky. For nearly 20 years he directed their trauma program.
  • Mark Bloomston, MD is the Director of Surgical Oncology at The Ohio State University.
  • Francesco Sarafini, MD is the Director of Surgical Oncology at the State University of New York.

Dr. Rosemurgy has developed and for the last 20 years led a program to educate undergraduate students and USF medical students in a summer program of mentoring and shadowing. In this program, The General Surgery Summer Student Mentoring and Research Program, academic productivity was used as a surrogate marker of "learning", and over the past five years these students have participated in over 50 published papers and have helped to produce more than 100 presentations at national professional meetings. This program was profiled at the Association of Academic Surgery and was featured on the USF Health web site (http://hscweb3.hsc.usf.edu/health/now/?p=515). This program was profiled on WUSF-TV. A manuscript describing the program was published in the Journal of the American College of Surgeons:

Hernandez J, Al-Saadi S, Boyle R, Villadolid D, Ross S, Rosemurgy A. Surgeons Can Favorably Influence Career Choices and Goals For Students Interested in Careers in Medicine. Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 209:62-67, 2009.

Dr. Rosemurgy has been involved in fellow education since he began the Fellowship in Minimally Invasive and Advanced Gastrointestinal Surgery more than a decade ago. He also began and directed USF's and later TGH's Hepatopancreaticobiliary Surgery Fellowship, then one of 11 in North America. Currently he directs a Hepatopancreaticobiliary Surgery Fellowship, now one of 15 in North America, at Florida Hospital Tampa. This Fellowship has been funded through a peer-review competitive process by the Fellowship Council. The fellow arrived here in July 2012 coming from the University of South Carolina, where she finished her residency in Surgery.

The fellows he has trained have been outstanding. About one-third of the fellows have been graduates of the USF residency program. The fellows have been academically productive, have worked side-by-side with the residents to assist and educate them, and have been excellent role models for younger residents. About half of the fellows have gone on to productive academic careers. This is a remarkable achievement.

For more than a decade, Dr. Rosemurgy was the director of an annual continuing professional education course which was held each spring in the West, The USF General Surgery Annual Forum. About 50-100 surgeons attended this meeting annually. This meeting promoted interaction among faculty and attendees in an informal setting. The course promoted the national reputation of the work of surgeons at USF and TGH. Dr. Rosemurgy was also responsible for training practicing surgeons through The USF Simulation Center at Tampa General Hospital, of which he was Medical Director. Over the past four years about 250 practicing surgeons came through this center under his guidance for educational programs in small groups of 8 to 12 surgeons at a time. He used this as an adjunct to student and resident training, as students and residents participated in the programs and had access to the training modules. Dr. Rosemurgy was the first Medical Director of the Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation (CAMLS), which USF recently opened in downtown Tampa. In recognition of his activities in simulation, education, and academic productivity, Dr. Rosemurgy was named Associate Dean for Simulation and Academic Enrichment while at USF.

Dr. Rosemurgy has been a productive scholar since his arrival to USF and now at Florida Hospital Tampa. He has published more than 250 peer-reviewed manuscripts, nearly 100 abstracts, and more than 30 book chapters. He has given over 500 significant presentations, most at national or regional meetings in Surgery, and has presented more than 30 movies / videos at regional or national meetings in Surgery. Dr. Rosemurgy's H-index is 40, reflecting the high number of publications and their notable weighted significance in the medical literature (https://code.google.com/archive/p/citations-gadget/, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H-index). His H-index is higher than 99% of academic surgeons in America. When he left USF he was the most academic Division Director in the Medical School. Dr. Rosemurgy was a driving force in the development of an academic reputation for the Department of Surgery, University of South Florida. As evidence of this, Dr. Rosemurgy was the Ferguson Visiting Professor at Emory University and gave a named lecture (the Covidien Lecture) at the annual Southeastern Surgical Congress meeting in 2009. As well, he gave a keynote address to the Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland in November, 2008, to the European Association for Endoscopic Surgery in 2009, and to the Asia Endosurgery Task Force in 2009. Dr. Rosemurgy has also recently served on two national consensus committees, one addressing Laparo-Endoscopic Single Site (LESS) Surgery and one addressing Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES). Since January 1st, 2012, he has sent over 20 abstracts to national meetings, reflecting the productivity of a group of which he is the driving force. Dr. Rosemurgy co-chaired a symposium at the most recent annual meeting of the American College of Surgeons and he has presentations accepted for the upcoming annual meetings of the American College of Surgeons, the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons, and the Southeastern Surgical Congress.

Many of his research interests revolve around cancer immunobiology and minimally invasive surgery. Pancreatic cancer is a major clinical interest, as are cholangiocarcinoma, GERD, achalasia, and portal hypertension. Dr. Rosemurgy has been able to accumulate large data sets about the treatment of these disorders, some of which are among the largest in the country and some are among the largest in the world. Dr. Rosemurgy has achieved a national and international reputation for the treatment of these disorders. In recognition of his scholarly efforts he has been awarded positions on the editorial boards of The Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery and The American Journal of Surgery.

Dr. Rosemurgy was an integral member in an effort to develop and establish the USF Simulation Center at TGH, for which he was the Medical Director. Through his efforts in simulation, education, and scholarly productivity, he was named Associate Dean for Simulation and Academic Enrichment at USF in 2009. In this position it was hoped that he would be able to lead USF in its simulation efforts (particularly through its designated facilities) and increase the academic productivity of the USF faculty, both daunting tasks. Dr. Rosemurgy was a driving force behind the development of a specialized center for simulation and education USF built in downtown Tampa, the USF Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation (CAMLS). Dr. Rosemurgy was the first Medical Director of CAMLS, prior to his departure from the University.

Clinically, he has been very, very busy over the last 28 years, first while on the USF faculty, then while a member of the Tampa General Medical Group, and now at Florida Hospital Tampa. Dr. Rosemurgy has operated upon approximately 20,000 patients at the TGH and Florida Hospital Tampa. Most operations have been for difficult problems, such as resections for pancreatic cancer, have involved innovative technologies, such as single incision laparoscopic operations, or have required special skills, such as operations for complicated portal hypertension. He has undertaken more than 1,400 pancreatic operations, more than 1,400 minimally invasive operations (i.e., laparoscopic operations) for GERD, and more than 800 minimally invasive operations for achalasia, probably the largest operative experience for achalasia in the world. In the last year he has undertaken more than 100 pancreatic resections, making this practice in pancreatic surgery one of the busiest in the United States. As this has been the core of his practice, his practice requires tremendous time, special skills and knowledge, detailed preoperative and postoperative care, considerable interactions with families, and long-term patient follow-up. His clinical activities, as measured in Relative Value Units (RVU's), are in the 99thpercentile for General Surgeons in the United States and have been so for many years. Furthermore, his practice is a tertiary / quaternary care practice reflecting a referral practice covering most of Florida. His practice recognizes Dr. Rosemurgy's role as a regional resource leading to his presidency of the Florida Surgical Society in 1995-7, special recognition from the Florida Surgical Society in 2000, and presidency of the Tampa Bay Surgical Society in 2001. In 2011, Dr. Rosemurgy, was recognized as a Medical Hero by the Temple Terrace Chamber of Commerce. As well, at the annual meeting of the American Hepatopancreaticobiliary Association in 2012 he was asked to participate as one of three "master surgeons" in a featured symposium enjoining the AHPBA, SSAT, and the Pancreas Club entitled "Clinical Toolbox - The Whipple Operation". Dr. Rosemurgy built this practice, as it or anything close to it did not exist in any form when he arrived to this region in 1984.

The compilation of his career has led to election into many notable surgical societies in the field of Surgery. He is a member of, among many societies, the American Surgical Association, the Society of University Surgeons (SUS), the Southern Surgical Association, and the American Association of Surgery for Trauma (AAST), The American Hepatopancreaticobiliary Association (AHPBA), the Pancreas Club, The Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES), and the Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract (SSAT). Dr. Rosemurgy is the President of the Southeastern Surgical Congress for 2012-13. This is the second largest organization of General Surgeons in the United States, behind only the American College of Surgeons. Notably, he has been on the Board of Governors of the American College of Surgeons for two terms (eight years).

Dr. Rosemurgy is an engaged citizen of Tampa. Living here for over 25 years he has been active in a host of charitable causes and organizations. For example, he has served for nearly a decade on the Salvation Army Board of Directors. He has coached a number of youth sports teams, both boys and girls, over the years, including baseball, football, and basketball. Dr. Rosemurgy has also served as Team Doctor for a number of sports programs and teams, including high school football. He belongs to a number of social and civic organizations, all of which promote diversity, service, and camaraderie in our community.

A combination of his community involvement, academic productivity, and clinical interests in digestive disorders and pancreatic cancer made him a prominent recipient of an endowed chair, The Vivian Clark Reeves / Joy McCann Culverhouse Endowed Chair in Digestive Disorders and Pancreatic Cancer, in 2000. He held the Chair until the time he left USF in 2011. The Chair gave him a platform to speak from and aided in the development of a national reputation for USF and TGH in Surgery for digestive disorders and pancreatic cancer. This reputation has followed him to Florida Hospital Tampa.

A summary of his accomplishments was given by the University of South Florida in preparation for a presentation he gave as their representative on October 26, 2010:

Dr. Rosemurgy is the Associate Dean for Academic Enrichment and Simulation, The Vivian Clark Reeves/Joy McCann Culverhouse Endowed Chair in Pancreatic Cancer and Digestive Disorders at the University Of South Florida College Of Medicine and the Surgical Director of the Digestive Disorders Center at Tampa General Hospital. Dr. Rosemurgy has dedicated a large portion of his career to progress in the treatment of pancreatic cancer, undertaking more than 1000 pancreatectomies and serving as a lead investigator in over 40 pancreatic cancer trials. Consistently recognized as one of the Best Doctors in America, Dr. Rosemurgy is acknowledged as a world leader in hepatopancreaticobiliary surgery and minimally invasive surgery including Laparo-Endoscopic Single Site (LESS) surgery. He was one of the first surgeons in the United States to undertake LESS surgery, and he continues to develop new techniques and instrumentation to improve its safety and application. He has now undertaken over 700 LESS operations including the resection of a pancreatic neoplasm. As a thought leader in American medicine, Dr. Rosemurgy has published over 300 peer-reviewed manuscripts and 100 more monographs, chapters, and movies. He is the Director of the Hepato-Pancreatico-Biliary Surgery Fellowship at Tampa General Hospital, one of only 11 approved fellowships in North America for pancreatic, biliary, and hepatic surgery. He has received the Teacher of the Year Award eight times from the graduating Chief Residents in Surgery at the University of South Florida and has been recognized as the Teacher of the Year by medical students at the University of South Florida.


University of Wisconsin, College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, Madison, Wisconsin

  • Bachelor of Science – 1971-1975

University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, Michigan

  • Doctor of Medicine – 1975-1979


University of Chicago, Department of Surgery

  • Junior Surgical Resident – 1979-1981
  • Research Associate – 1981-1982

Focus of Laboratory Research: Experimental
Small Bowel Transplantation, Intestinal Reservoir Physiology

  • Senior Surgical Resident/Chief Resident -1982-1984


State of Illinois 036-062696 - 1982

State of Florida ME-044370 - 1984


American Board of Surgery

  • Surgery – 1985
  • Re-certified – 1995
  • Re-certified – 2005
  • Surgical Critical Care – 1992


University of South Florida, College of Medicine

Department of Surgery

  • Professor – 1995-2010
  • Division Director, General Surgery – 1995-2008

Department of Internal Medicine

  • Professor, Division of Digestive Disorders – 1996-2010

Department of Surgery

  • Associate Professor – 1989-1995
  • Assistant Professor – 1984-1989


University of South Florida

Academic Enrichment and Simulation

  • Associate Dean – 2008- 2010


The Vivian Clark Reeves/Joy McCann Culverhouse Endowed

  • Chair for Digestive Disorders and Pancreatic Cancer – 2000-2010


Tampa General Hospital, Tampa, Florida

  • Staff Surgeon -1984-present
  • Chief, General Surgery Section – 1994-present
  • Director, Regional Trauma Center – 1985-1992
  • Director, Regional Trauma Center – 1995-1997
  • Cancer Committee – 1999-present
  • Surgical Director, Digestive Disorders Center – 1999-present

H. Lee Moffitt Cancer and Research Institute, Tampa, Florida

  • Staff Surgeon – 1986-present

James A. Haley Veterans Hospital, Tampa Florida

  • Staff Surgeon – 1990-present
  • Acting Chief, Surgical Service -1986
  • Assistant Chief, Surgical Service – 1984-1986


Department of Surgery, Search Committee – 1989-1990

Department of Orthopedics, Search Committee – 1989

University Medical Services Association, Board of Directors – 1988-1990

Rank and Tenure Committee – 1991-1994

Faculty Senate – 1985

Managed Care Committee – 1996-1997

USF Physicians Group Board of Directors – 1999-2003

USF Institutional Biosafety Committee – 2000

Clinical Operations Committee – 2001-2002

USF Medical Student Selection Committee – 2006

Continuing Professional Medical Education – 2007
Board of Directors, Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation

USF HPCC Board of Directors – 2007-2009


Hillsborough County Emergency Medical Planning Council Award for Meritorious Service – 1992

Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners Award for Meritorious Service – 1993

Best Doctors in America – 1997 -2010

America's Top Doctors for Cancer – 2009, 2010

Patients' Choice Award – 2009, 2010

Marquis Who's Who in America – 2011

Florida Surgical Society Achievement Award – 2000

Attending of the Year – Presented by the Chief Residents, Department of Surgery, University of South Florida – 1987, 1995, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2008

Medical Student Teacher of the Year Presented by Medical Students, University of South Florida – 2000

Phi Eta Sigma, University of Michigan Medical School – 1979-1981

Mary Shine Peterson Scholarship, University of Wisconsin – 1973-1975

Society of Iron Cross, University of Wisconsin – 1975

Delta Sigma Gamma, University of Wisconsin – 1975

Alpha Zeta, University of Wisconsin – 1974-1975

Phi Kappa Phi, University of Wisconsin – 1974-1975


American Association for the Surgery of Trauma – 1992-present

American College of Surgeons

  • Fellow – 1982-present
  • Board of Governors – 2004-2010
  • Committee on Video Based Education – 1995-2004
  • Committee Chairman, Cinè Program- Pancreatic Surgery – 1997
  • Committee Chairman, Cinè Program- Innovative Surgery – 2003
  • Chairman, Diseases of Liver, Biliary Tract, and Pancreas
  • Post-graduate Course: Program Director, Hepato Pancreatico-Biliary Surgery – 2001
  • Florida Chapter Board of Governors – 2003 -present
  • Florida Committee on Trauma – 1985-1999
  • Program Chairman, Annual Meeting, Florida Chapter – 2004

American Society of Bariatric Surgeons – 1986- 2000

  • Membership Committee – 1991-1994
  • Program Committee – 1994-1996

American Surgical Association – 1999-present

ACS Veterans Administration Committee on Trauma – 1995-2000

Association of Academic Surgery – 1985-present

Association of Veterans Administration Surgeons – 1985-present

  • By-Laws Committee - 1994

Eastern Association for Surgery of Trauma – 1992-present

Florida Surgical Society – 1987-present

  • Secretary/Treasurer – 1992-1993
  • President-Elect – 1993-1994
  • President – 1995-1997
  • Board of Directors – 1991-2002

Frederick A. Coller Surgical Society – 1987-present

Hillsborough County Emergency Medical Services

  • Foundation, Vice President – 1985-1989
  • Planning Council – 1985-1993

Hillsborough County Trauma Agency

  • Acting Director - 1991-1992
  • Chairman, Medical Audit Committee – 1989-1992
  • Steering Committee – 1988-1992

Society Internationale De Chirurgie – 1991-present

Society of University Surgeons – 1991-present

  • Local Arrangements Committee – 1997
  • Committee on Social and Legislative Issues – 1997-2000

Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract - 1992-present

  • Finance Committee – 2002-2005

Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons – 1992-present

Southeastern Surgical Congress – 1987-present

  • Counselor – 1992-1998
  • Finance Committee – 1994-1997
  • President – Elect – 2011-2012

Southern Surgical Association – 1995-present

Surgery Biology Club III – 1992-present

Surgical Infection Society – 1986-present

Tampa Bay Surgical Society – 1993-present

  • Executive Director – 2005-present
  • President – 2001
  • President-Elect – 2000
  • Board of Directors – 1993-present
  • Nominating Committee – 1994
  • Program Committee – 2003-present

Western Trauma Association – 1987-2000

  • Board of Directors – 1993-1996
  • Scientific Program Committee – 1993-1996
  • Chairman, Program Committee – 1996-1997


Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery

  • Editorial Board – 2007-present
  • Reviewer – 2007-present

American Journal of Surgery

  • Editorial Board – 2010-present
  • Reviewer – 2005-present

World Journal of Gastroenterology

  • Editorial Board – 2010-present

ISRN Gastroenterology

  • Editorial Board – 2010-present
  • Reviewer – 2010-present

Journal of Trauma, Injury, Infection, and Critical Care

  • Editorial Board – 1995-2000
  • Editorial Consultant – 2000-2008

Journal of the American College of Surgeons

  • Reviewer – 2007-present

Journal of Surgical Oncology

  • Reviewer – 2008-present

Journal of Surgical Research

  • Reviewer – 2003-present


  • Reviewer – 2006-present

Surgical Laparoscopy, Endoscopy, and Percutaneous Techniques

  • Reviewer – 2006-present


  • Salvation Army
  • Board of Directors for Tampa Area – 2001-present
  • Ye Mystic Krewe – 2001-present
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