Monday, January 7, 2013

Bisi Komolafe Didn't Bleed But Kept Receiving Blood- Doctor

A lot of stories have been flying around, and we also got so many comments that suggested it was a spiritual attack. We couldn't post them because almost all fingers were pointing at a particular actor. Some websites have also said it was a spiritual attack too. Some said it was due to the negligence of the Doctors who took care of her. But one of the doctors who treated her, has this to say;

It was not just a miscarriage she had I treated her in my hospital few weeks before her demise where i counselled and referred her to UCH. She kept on receiving blood without bleeding and her pcv kept on going down. I learnt the pregnancy was terminated to save her life and in all she took about 40 units of blood within 3 months. It was not negligence on the part of the Doctors who saw her but the nature of an ailment that kept drying up her blood without any active bleeding in her body.

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  1. Wow. That's serious. Receiving 40 pints of blood in 3 months. That's a lot.

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  2. Geez!!its obvious ds woman isn't gonna RIP wt d way peepz keep dragging out her case...are we supposed 2 turn 2 detectives and figure out what led 2 her death?Cos I'm yet 2 c d purpose of ds continuous posting of her gist.
    All pple are gonna do is speculate,as long as it wasn't outright murder..
    Allow d lady 2 go on her way and leave the rest 2 God.

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    1. Kenny:- God bless u dear for this comment!

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  3. Please let us allow sleeping dogs lie,let us allow this lady rest in peace.

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    1. It's a shame that we Nigerians never want to look further into a tragedy especially when one dies mysteriously! Every time it's 'let sleeping dogs' lie' or 'it has happened, let her just RIP'! ......without further investigations of certain things, how do u learn from past mistakes? No autopsy? Why do you think the western world is well advanced? How do you learn? In fact certain comments show one's level of intelligence....#shame#

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    2. thank u my sister!
      thats why nigeria is the way it is now

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    3. Most sensible comment today.
      Nigerians hate learning.

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    4. Thanks Anon 14:39 and 16:08! I'm glad y'all agree.....we've got to change our mindset for real...it totally bothers me when our people think like this:(

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  4. May her soul rest in peace. Variations of news will definately paraded owing to her death. Such is life, the living moves on.
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  5. Oh! Jesus av mercy,such a strange ailment,nw she is gone n finally resting in the bossom of our Lord.Spititual or not God knws best.

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  6. Wow! So many versions to her death and the cause. I bet they are looking for a scapegoat to put the blame on like they did for Micheal Jackson.
    Even Micheal Jackson's personal assistant is now demanding they pay him all the money he spent on MJ. Read it here

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  7. Ladun, to set d record straight, Bisi Komolafe had a heart problem, which she kept from friends from a very even those that are very close to her, until she got pregnant, the doctor had to terminate d pregnacy due to inapropriate breathing, we were very angry when she finally disclose her heart problem to us, which was already late, nobody killed komolafe, even her family knws wat happd.

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  8. na wa o...bloodsuckingthinzz....

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  9. Enough of all these talk talk people should allow Her to rest, weather its an spiritual attack or negligence of the Doctors or particular actor. She is gone and all these cannot bring back. May Her Soul Rest In Peace.

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  10. it might have been leukemia

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    1. Leukamia will not keep reducing her PCV but she will keep having white blood cells blasts. I doubt it's Leukamia , R.I.P to Bisi.

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  11. Lagos is my home07 January, 2013 10:35

    I hope they check for occult blood in her stool before all these accusation started flying .. not occult as in juju , but invisible blood in the stool is called "occult"

    That been said , i do not downplay the presense of Evil, Juju in this world. Person need to be careful . Best not to step on the wrong person toe, except u have strong spiritual backing .

    Can all these Bloggers let her rest in peace and let the family grieve, all this wont bring her back , doubt if it will bring closure either . I find it so disrespectful that a young girl open casket picture was posted online. That is not our culture for someone who died young. SMH

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  12. Enough of all these talk talk people should allow Her to rest, weather its an spiritual attack or negligence of the Doctors or particular actor. She is gone and all these cannot bring back. May Her Soul Rest In Peace.

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  13. Jesus Christ ..... 40 point of blood in 3month.
    am well educated and sometimes it hard for to believe in some African shits but on this issue am more Dan convinced it beyond medical issue, it indeed spiritual attacks.
    but who ever may be responsible for her death shld remember he or she will leave this world one day to give account to God.
    My mum is a Gp in here in London n as am typing i just called her to verify but she also said is not possible to receive 40 point of blood in 3month, she said if any doctor approved that in UK he might get in trouble.
    Bisi komolafe have not seen any of ur movie bcos i don't watch yoruba movies but i saw ur last interview u seem like a very sweat lady. i pray the angel of God will welcome u home n u ve peace u bn looking for. may the lord console ur family n friends..... r.i.p

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    1. From your written English, I guess you are well educated in something else that was not taught in English. heheheheehe

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    2. Shut up!!! Wot is wrong in that English! Correcter must be corrected!!!

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    3. happy yoruba bunny07 January, 2013 15:17

      honestly
      i cringe
      kilode????

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    4. @ Anon 15:14....everything is wrong with his english abeg.....@ Anon 13:28 lmao at ur comment...d person probably schooled in russia..hehehe

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    5. Your mum is a GP and you write English like this? There is a big problem somewhere. Please go back to Nursery School

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  14. thats probably a form of cancer. I know cos it happened to my sis 2 years ago and she kept recieving blood and her pvc never improved. She even had chemotherapy to kill the cancer cell drying up her blood, it did not work. She died jst like that. Mst people think its attack bt doctors say these things do happen. I miss her like crszy, i know she is in heaven.

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    1. May she continue to rest in Gods bossom......cheers

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    2. I really must agree that it must have been cancer. it happened to a good friend of mine 2 years ago. when she got pregnant, she was diagnosed with cancer and she did everything possible and shortly after birth of her baby boy, she basically had blood every single time but her pvc didn't hold, had chemo but we still lost her. we miss her so much. and this happened in the uk so she got the best treatment but she is in heaven smiling down. may her gentle soul rest in peace.

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  15. Dr, someone receiving blood without any obvious bleeding n her pcv is still low can b as a result of internal bleeding

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  16. Enough of all these talk talk people should allow Her to rest, weather its an spiritual attack or negligence of the Doctors or particular actor. She is gone and all these cannot bring back. May Her Soul Rest In Peace.

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  17. Hmmmmmm aye thingz!!! Rest in peace.

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  18. Enough of all these talk talk people should allow Her to rest, weather its an spiritual attack or negligence of the Doctors or particular actor. She is gone and all these cannot bring back. May Her Soul Rest In Peace.

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  19. Africans,God brought us to this world nd he takes us when he wants,even in england pple die even without being sick,let's stop thinking like illitrates.

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  20. Frm wt I've read,Bisi knew she was being spiritually attacked. She shld hav sought spiritual hlp. U don't fight d spiritual with d physical/ medical. Eithrwy, d deed is done, God rst her soul

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    1. She was taken to a spiritual Church and returned to UCH when she took a turn for the worse.

      Its only in movies that spiritual attacks are easy to cure

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  21. Na wa ooooo wht a life.receiving blood without bleeding rest in d lord.

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  22. Na wa ooooo wht a life.receiving blood without bleeding rest in d lord.

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  23. I never heard that an actor was fingered as being responsible. Who's he/she?

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    1. happy yoruba bunny07 January, 2013 15:19

      that guy cannot stoop so low to harm her

      they might v issues but not to wish someone dead

      haba d guy is educated now

      i dont like accusations like this

      RIP sisi

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  24. It is well.....dere is a reason 4 everything.*lip sealed*

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  25. em I guess that makes it "medically confirmed" case of witchcraft. Whatever the cause of death, please let her rest. stop gossiping about the dead since she cant defend herself

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  26. Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa one person recieving dat plenting of blood very very painful bisi RIP

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  27. bintin laye lomo07 January, 2013 13:50

    this our hush hush technology will not help us. Somebody died of strange ailment, people are saying she should be buried and we should forget about it. If it is ghana here drs will work round the clock to know the actual cause of death. This action will save alot of more souls, who would have gone down the same road. But over here we go point accusing finger blaming juju.

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    1. i beg which Ghana?
      all na same same
      d ony country thats normal n Africa
      is south africa; the rest na bleeeehhh

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  28. I heard from one of the Doctors that managed bisi's case in UCH that her sickness was as a result of "kafura"water(kafura is a yoruba word dt I dnt personally knw the english name, but its usually included in medicinal concortion for treatment of diffrent kinds of ailment, but bisi took hers so dat she can have a hitch free delivery and pregnancy, but the kafura reacted negatively to her body system, causing damage to her blood cells as a result of this she couldn't retain blood into her system any longer and her blood kept drying up.

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    1. happy yoruba bunny07 January, 2013 15:15

      God!
      when dd taking kafura become a dose for hitch free pregnancy/delivery?
      Bisi God rest ur soul
      we love u

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    2. Haba! Kafura is a substance many people take in local herbal concoctions. Where have the consumers not all died?

      I doubt a qualified Doctor told you that nonsense

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    3. Haba! Kafura is a substance many people take in local herbal concoctions. Where have the consumers not all died?

      I doubt a qualified Doctor told you that nonsense

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    4. Shut dat gutter u call a mouth up, who is telling who nonsese, its obvious how low ur IQ is for u not to knw dt we have different body systems dt react to drugs differently, if u don't knw what to say just read and let the sensible ones comment.

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  29. *smh* Everybody that so much as had a disagreement with the lady or her siblings is now a suspect.

    Dele Odule is a suspect because he had an issue bordering on respect.

    Her fiance is a suspect because he did not hand over all her belongings to her family before the burial ( I still wonder how they would have felt if he had driven her car and handed it with keys to her apartment, clothes etc. the moment she was declared dead/immediately she was placed in the mortuary).

    Her fiance's (ex)wife is a suspect for not laughing and smiling when she came into the picture. Since we are on a 'suspecting' spree, why not start by suspecting her shameless money grabbing siblings who were screaming about her properties(which rightfully belongs to them anyway) immediately she was buried?

    What about the doctors who treated her and had no idea what was actually wrong with her? Wasn't it how the Late Gani was misdiagnosed in Nigeria a couple of times only to find out later that he had cancer. What is to say the lady didn't have blood cancer?

    Whatever be the case, nobody will die until a term appointed, you can't fast track or delay it by one second. If she was killed intentionally, let the person who is responsible not die again.

    Adieu Bisi.

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    1. I agree with you. everyone is a suppect. we all will die at an appointed time.

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  30. *smh* Everybody that so much as had a disagreement with the lady or her siblings is now a suspect.

    Dele Odule is a suspect because he had an issue bordering on respect.

    Her fiance is a suspect because he did not hand over all her belongings to her family before the burial ( I still wonder how they would have felt if he had driven her car and handed it with keys to her apartment, clothes etc. the moment she was declared dead/immediately she was placed in the mortuary).

    Her fiance's (ex)wife is a suspect for not laughing and smiling when she came into the picture. Since we are on a 'suspecting' spree, why not start by suspecting her shameless money grabbing siblings who were screaming about her properties(which rightfully belongs to them anyway) immediately she was buried?

    What about the doctors who treated her and had no idea what was actually wrong with her? Wasn't it how the Late Gani was misdiagnosed in Nigeria a couple of times only to find out later that he had cancer. What is to say the lady didn't have blood cancer?

    Whatever be the case, nobody will die until a term appointed, you can't fast track or delay it by one second. If she was killed intentionally, let the person who is responsible not die again.

    Adieu Bisi.

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  31. Tot u guys sed d oda wife killed her.y'all ar foolish illiterates.mcheeeew.Bisi may u RIP.

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  32. Obviously it's spiritual

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  33. I do believe juju exists, but in Bisi's case I feel it's just medical. Receiving blood for 3 months should be some sort of cancer and for the pregnancy to be terminated due to an ailment.

    For the actor being fingered at, may we all not fight with someone who's about to die!

    It's so sad sad sad!

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  34. Haba is it a doctor that said this? are you sure?

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  35. Hmm...@ 'kafura water '. Kafura is naphthalene in English, what's the scientific proof that naphthalene dries up blood? Try Google abeg

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    1. I've just read that naphthalene poisoning can cause damage to red blood cells. Please check this out http://averaorg.adam.com/content.aspx?productId=117&pid=1&gid=002477

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    2. And this... http://www.diseaseaday.com/naphthalene-poisoning-when-mothballs-kill-more-than-just-moths-as-seen-on-house-md/
      This could very well be what happened to poor Bisi.

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    3. Olodo! Camphor(moth balls) is naphtalene, not Kafura!

      Of course Camphor is poisonous. No sane person consumes it. But Kafura is consumed

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  36. nigerians how is a miscarriage spirtuall attack, people can't get sick anymore without someone being responsible

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  37. wow,this is really puzzling…considering a human being has about 10 pints of blood the truth is that for every spiritual attack there will always be some form of scientific/medical explanation..
    personally i believe the quick acceleration of her sickness and subsequent death within a few months is a bit suspect as long as one believes in miracles then you definitely have to believe in the powers of principalities and powers…i remember a nigerian member of our church who is a security man related an experience to us about seeing an indian lady stark naked in front of her house somewhere in north london performing rituals…a pakistani friend of mine has also had spiritual attack in london and his parents had to get the muslim clerics to excorsice him

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  38. Speculation upon speculation. Bisi has a death certificate which states her cause of death. Its with her next of kin. Ladun u can liase with someone who knows someone who knows someone who knows dt person. Or better still do some underground investigative work and go 2 d pathology/ mortuary of Uch and sure with d right kind of persuasion someone wld know something.

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    1. hmmmn there are some things ordinary science cannot explain o…..i was like you until i beheld some sights that was totally incongruent with science or logic,some of our opc gatemen back home in Nig took a piece of flexible cardboard and then hung some jazz on the edge of the cardboard paper he pointed his gun fully close up at the cardboard and shot it,imagine ordinary cardboard paper did not tear in tatters only the spots of the pellets splashed on it like throwing sand on paper.. the last one a simple demonstration when i and my friends went to my home town when they were giving my dad a chieftaincy title some yrs ago..an old man was sitting on a fence about 20 metres from where we were seated one of the guys sitting with us stood up to ease himself while smoking as he stood up he packed the ashes of his cigarette speaking in a loud voice that he doesn't trust the people of our town the baba then called us later on as we were about to leave and admonished the guy for his comments guess what?the old man brought a small traditional gourd the kind they use in those babalawo movies and showed us there was nothing inside as we all checked it then he said some incantations and we tried again as we emptied its contents on the floor..it was the same cigarette ash that the guy stepped on and stamped into the sand right in front of my eyes…this was broad daylight o

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    2. Luca, na wa o. Which village is that, where you people pack your cigarette ash? You sound like a member of the Ogboni. Did you finally acquire the OPC anti bullet charms? I would have prefered he tried it on himself instead of cardboard sha

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    3. Luca and his fables! How do you know its same Ash? We can only conclude that the old man has magic powers and conjured ash into the empty gourd.

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  39. wow that's scary. (www.us2naija.com)

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  40. She is dead but why is no one pointing fingers at her? She's the only one that knows what she did. Maybe she signed a covenant, i've heard that some of them say you must not marry and get pregnant, or she did something for fame, money and protection, or she did it with the Ijaola guy without knowing the effects??? Maybe her covenant was up and she didn't renew it. These things happen everyday.

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  41. I am a USA based medics and a frequent visitor to this blog.
    Since her pregnancy was terminated to save her life she might have had a serious pregnancy induced hypertension/pre-eclampsia which later on became complicated. Because it was stated she kept on receiving transfusion without any improvement and she had a sudden death, her death is possibly related to problems with her blood. She could have developed clotting problems as a complication of the initiating illness and clotted to death. Infact that is the only way she could have died with her story. I believe that the medics at UCH would have done their best to save her but clotting problems[ so many types and i would not want to go into details here] are very deadly problems and death could occur anytime even in patients receiving the best care. The medics should not be blamed for her death even when there is no autopsy report to suggest otherwise. May her soul rest in peace. The medics only care, healing belong to God[if you believe in God]
    Olu.

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    1. Thank u jare. Am a medic too, she Probably had DIC

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  42. May her soul continue to rest in peace.

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  43. A decreased PCV indicates anaemia. Further testing may be necessary to determine the exact cause of the anaemia.

    Conditions that can result in a low PCV include
    Nutritional - iron, vitamin (e.g. B12 or folate) or other mineral deficiencies
    Inflammatory conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis
    Kidney disease (healthy kidneys secrete a hormone erythropoietin or “epo” which stimulates red blood cell production in the bone marrow)
    Cirrhosis of the liver
    Haemolysis, where the red cells are being destroyed prematurely either due to attack by the body’s immune system, due to organ damage or due to inherited abnormalities of the red cells or the haemoglobin they contain
    Bone marrow disorders such as aplastic anaemia, myelodysplastic syndrome, leukaemia, lymphoma or myeloma
    Some medicines– including chemotherapy

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  44. Let her rest,stop disturbing her in the grave....let her rest leave the judgement for God,u are not her God

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  45. i agree with lucabrace's view point. I think her death was a combination of both medical and spiritual causes. She may have had a medical condition, but the spiritual attack worsened the illness and hastened her death. The speed at which illness worsened, leading to her subsequent death is suspicious. Health problems do not degenerate that quickly. Moreso for every spiritual attack, their would always be a medical explanation

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  46. i agree with lucabrace's view point. I think her death was a combination of both medical and spiritual causes. She may have had a medical condition, but the spiritual attack worsened the illness and hastened her death. The speed at which illness worsened, leading to her subsequent death is suspicious. Health problems do not degenerate that quickly. Moreso for every spiritual attack, their would always be a medical explanation

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  47. It is a pity

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