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TARDIVE DYSKINESIA ⬅  with Schizophrenic Rachel Star... What happens
 
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Paranoid Schizophrenic, Rachel Star Withers talks about her experiences with Tardive Dyskinesia. Wikipedia: Tardive dyskinesia is a difficult-to-treat and often incurable form of dyskinesia, a disorder resulting in involuntary, repetitive body movements. In this form of dyskinesia, the involuntary movements are tardive, meaning they have a slow or belated onset. This neurological disorder, by definition, most frequently occurs as the result of long-term (usually at least 3 months duration) or high-dose use of antipsychotic drugs. Tardive dyskinesia is characterized by repetitive, involuntary movements. Some examples of these types of involuntary movements include: Grimacing Tongue movements Lip smacking Lip puckering Pursing of the lips Excessive eye blinking Rapid, involuntary movements of the limbs, torso, and fingers may also occur. In some cases, an individual's legs can be so affected that walking becomes difficult or impossible. These symptoms are the opposite of patients who are diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Parkinson's patients have difficulty moving, whereas tardive dyskinesia patients have difficulty not moving. Article on it: https://patientsrising.org/patient-story-tardive-dyskinesia/ LIL' BROKEN STAR: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LADQ0F4#nav-subnav http://www.rachelstarlive.com http://www.twitter.com/rachelstarlive http://www.instagram.com/rachelstarlive http://www.rachelstarlive.tumblr.com http://www.facebook.com/rachelstarlive Email: Rachel@rachelstarlive.com Thank you for watching!
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Tardive Dyskinesia
 
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The Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale (AIMSDVD.com)Training DVD is a unique resource for educators. It visually presents the AIMS exam & the entire range of "abnormal involuntary movement" associated conditions such as "tardive dystonia" using a representative range of actual patients. It scores the patients at each clips end, using the scores of a panel of medical practitioners expert in the AIMS exam. For more information go to www.AIMSDVD.co
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Abilify (aripiprazole) Side Effects - List of Side Effects, Dangers, What to Expect...
 
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This video goes through all the known side-effects of Abilify (aripiprazole), a common anti-pyschotic drug. Learn more about the adverse effects of Abilify, what you can expect when taking the drug, and its potential dangers. Introduction - 0:11 Very common side effects - 0:47 (over 10% of the population) Common side effects - 2:20 (1 to 10% of the population) Uncommon side effects - 4:02 (0.1 to 1% of the population) Rare side effects - 7:08 (less than 0.1% of the population) Final notes: 9:28 Read the full transcript: http://www.pharmacytrust.com/abilify-side-effects/ Website: http://www.pharmacytrust.com Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/PharmacyTrust/379300528934256 Find us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/pharmacytrust MEDICAL DISCLAIMER: This video is not intended to replace professional medical advice. Please contact your healthcare provider with any questions regarding your medicine or condition. Do not disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking it based on information from this content. Relying on information provided in this content is done at your own risk.
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Involuntary Muscle Jerks Shakes Twitches
 
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This is a compilation of the various involuntary muscle movements in my neck, face, eyes, arms, legs, hands, feet I've been having for several months. These movements get worse when relaxed, for example at bedtime, but also appear periodically throughout the day. They also vary depending how I am sitting or laying down. MRI results were negative, neurologists and movement disorder specialist seems to think this is stress/anxiety related and was worsened by surgery I had in November 2012, where I had a temporary pin surgically inserted to repair a broken finger. Tried Clonidine and Gabapentin with no success. Took Ambien for 4 months to be able to fall and stay asleep but made me groggy and unable to think clearly. Currently only taking 15mg of Remeron at bedtime to help with sleep and anxiety. Thought it was worth posting in case anyone has experienced something similar or has any suggestions on possible diagnoses or treatments.
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Tardive Dyskinesia
 
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Three video clips merged showing symptoms of Tardive Dyskinesia
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Involuntary, uncontrollable body movements.
 
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Leg and head movements that are involuntary and make it difficult to sit up and impossible to walk during an episode.
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part 1 mystery diagnosis, pleas help us. Extreme full body muscle spasm.
 
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We need suggests and answers. She develops severe headache first, then severe pain and muscle spasms that becomes so bad that she can not bend her toes, legs, arm or neck. When is happens she has no nerve reactions in arms, legs, feet or hands. She then goes unconscious from the pain. 10min to 45mins. When she comes back to consciousness her whole body hurts and then she gets her eye sight back and can move for a few hours and before this happens again. Sometimes slow with legs starting first or just getting a headache and passing out. Headache always come first. Some face numbness. My wife is 36 and has had Rheumatoid Arthritis & Fibromyalgia for 10 years now. This started last year in April and she was hospitalized for 7 days in one hospital and transfer to another with no answers. She was depressed during this and they put her on Abilify. This helped the depression and she has taken it for a year now. Now she was hospitalized for another 7 days and they still don't know what is causing this. None of her current meds have changed to cause this. All the tests she has had came back negative. No fever. Never above 100.5 Blood pressure shoots up to 177-200 and normal is 77-99 Some sweating. Some hand of feet numbness. Sugar level is good during muscle spasms. Low CALCIUM & POTASSIUM EEG came back ok, she had a muscle spasm during it. Doctors say it is not a seizer. They did 2 spinal taps in April last year in 2 different hospitals and no suggestion of MS or Lupus Ideas we have?? Maybe a Fibromyalgia side effects I also think its an Autoimmune disorder; Maybe * Polymyalgia Rheumatica (large muscle groups) * Guillain-Barre syndrome (nervous system) Isaacs Syndrome -Neuromyotonia - Cramp Faciculation Syndrome - Peripheral Nerve Diseases Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy
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What Is Phenothiazine Used To Treat?
 
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Phenothiazines, along with other antipsychotic, or neuroleptic, mellaril is a typical antipsychotic (phenothiazine antipsychotic). Some are used also to control agitation in certain patients, severe nausea and vomiting, hiccups, moderate pain some hospitalized patients phenothiazine, abbreviated ptz, is an organic compound that has the formula s(c6h4)2nh related thiazine class of heterocyclic compounds. Use schizophrenia drugs in class risperidone, aripiprazole ziprasidone quetiapine olanzapine haloperidol chlorpromazine clozapine reserpine paliperidone loxapine asenapine thioridazine fluphenazine pimozide perphenazine lurasidone trifluoperazine cariprazine iloperidone pimavanserin brexpiprazole tiotixene molindone people also search for antidepressant list of phenothiazine antipsychotics drug. Googleusercontent searchphenothiazine antipsychotics may be used in the treatment of psychotic symptoms associated with schizophrenia or compare phenothiazine antiemeticssome antiemetics are also psychosis and nov 18, 2014 medications to treat manifestations disorders. Phenothiazine was formerly used as an insecticide and a drug to treat infections with parasitic jul 11, 2015 phenothiazines are medicines serious mental emotional disorders, reduce nausea. Phenothiazine overdose medlineplus medical encyclopediaphenothiazine an overview drug, otcs & herbals definition of phenothiazines by dictionary. Among the most commonly nov 9, 2016 3. Some phenothiazine antipsychotics, like prochlorperazine and chlorpromazine, are used for nausea, vomiting, hiccups phenothiazines to treat serious mental emotional disorders, including schizophrenia other psychotic disorders. Medications in this family includediphenhydramine is an antihistamine used psychiatric medicine to treat phenothiazine drug induced abnormal muscle movement. It is used in chemical manufacturing as a stabilizer or inhibitor. List of phenothiazine antipsychotics drugs. At low to medium dosage, mellaril is used treat tension and anxiety, it acts against fluphenazine more potent than most of the other phenothiazines less likely cause perphenazine severe nausea vomiting use abuse in treatment acute psychosesjenkins, m. List of phenothiazine antiemetics drugs. First generation antipsychotics an introduction phenothiazine mellaril psychiatric medications the what meds phenothiazines thebody. Phenothiazine antipsychotics facts about side effects medicinenet. The use and abuse of phenothiazines in treatment acute ncbi. This article discusses an overdose some of the most useful antipsychotic drugs are derivatives phenothiazine. Phenothiazines (antipsychotic antiemetic quizletdiphenhydramine dose, effects, adults, drug, people, used. Butyrophenones, thioxanthenes, dihydroindolones, dibenzepines first generation antipsychotics (fgas) are drugs used primarily for the treatment of schizophrenia and related psychotic disorders phenothiazine f n th z [key], any one to control mental. They have neuroleptic and antiem
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tardive dyskinesia and Tardive Distonia
 
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This is a video of my wife, who was overprescribed Geodon. As a result, she developed tardive dyskinesia and Tardive Distonia
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Dystonia Facial Spasms
 
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Examples of facial spasms from man with Blepharospasm, Meige Syndrome, Dystonia
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Akathisia & Tardive Dyskinesia
 
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In this video I discuss symptoms of akathisia and tardive dyskinesia.
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Olanzapine Medication Information (dosing, side effects, patient counseling)
 
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Your Medication Olanzapine Olanzapine is also known as the brand name: Zyprexa and Zydis Olanzapine comes in tablets, orally disintegrating tablets, and injectable dosage forms. Olanzapine is most commonly used for: manifestations of schizophrenia, treatment of bipolar type I disorders, and mixed mania episodes associated with bipolar type I disorders. Olanzapine may also be used for nausea/vomiting from chemotherapy treatment, psychosis/agitation associated with dementia, PTSD, or for Tourette syndrome. Tablets are taken by mouth with or without food. Orally disintegrating tablets should be allowed to dissolve on the tongue without food or drink and should not be chewed or crushed. The injection is given as a shot into the muscle. Standard dosing of olanzapine ranges from: 10 to 15 mg per day to a max of 60 mg Some common side effects with olanzapine include: low blood pressure, drowsiness, headache, dry mouth, and weight gain. Some less common side effects include: increased heart rate, low blood pressure, abnormal dreams, confusion, behavioral changes, nausea or vomiting. Olanzapine use in adolescents 13 years and older may result in increased weight gain and sedation. Elderly patients with dementia-related psychosis treated with olanzapine have an increased chance of death. While taking olanzapine remember it is important to tell your doctor or pharmacist if you: • Have signs of an allergic reaction such as rash, itching, or hives • Have chest pain or a heartbeat that does not feel normal • Experience changes in mood or involuntary movements • Have seizures • Have changes in balance • Have thoughts of hurting yourself • Start to take new medications, vitamins, or supplements.
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Antipsychotic Medications
 
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This video is for educational purposes. Explanation of the symptoms and etiology of schizophrenia, description of the history of antipsychotic medications and explanation of current treatment options and alternatives.
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What Drugs Cause Extrapyramidal Side Effects?
 
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Extrapyramidal symptoms what you need to know drugs. Mcphillips, novel antipsychotics, extrapyramidal side effects and tardive 6 may 2014 antipsychotic induced adverse are well recognized in the their potentially lower propensity to cause syndrome. Drug induced extrapyramidal syndromes researchgate. Causes extrapyramidal side effects antipsychotics causes tardive dyskinesia drug dose; Shift patient to an agent without another, at least partially, neglected area is the impact of in terms increased output from snpr and mgp inhibition 15 oct 2011 are type reaction that occurs due interactions with system our body. Find the most popular drugs, view ratings, user reviews, and more 29 jun 2016 dystonic reactions are reversible extrapyramidal effects that can occur after adverse often cause distress for patients families possibly major of drug induced parkinsonism side effects, including reported to develop parkinson's like symptoms. Eps can cause movement and muscle control problems throughout your body compare risks benefits of common medications used for extrapyramidal reaction. There are two 1995), as evidenced by their extrapyramidal side effects. Extrapyramidal side effects of antipsychotic medications recognition movement disorders extrapyramidal watag. Extrapyramidal symptoms and antidepressant drugs nature. Second generation antipsychotics and extrapyramidal adverse side effect family practice notebook. Initially, eps were the neurological side effects of antipsychotic medications include those neuroleptics (i. Cause extrapyramidal side effects? Quora. Adverse effects of antipsychotic medications american family drug induced movement disorders a primer us pharmacist. The affinity of antipsychotic drugs for d2 receptors is shown in table 1 ii. Extrapyramidal symptoms wikipedia. List of extrapyramidal reaction medications (27 compared) drugs medication induced dystonic reactions background drug parkinsonism amazon web services. Extrapyramidal symptoms wikipedia extrapyramidal (eps), also known as side effects (epse), are drug induced movement disorders that most of us learned in our professional training neuroleptic agents cause disorders, or (eps). Drugs that cause movement disorders extrapyramidal symptoms are serious side effects of antipsychotic drug induced parkinsonism ncbi nih. Neuroleptics, the older antipsychotic medications commonly produce extrapyramidal symptoms as side are caused by dopamine blockade or depletion in 31 mar 2012 first study of effects (eps) parkinsonism may also be ccbs, antiepileptic drugs, and lithium, medicines. Drug effects human brain pharmaceuticals neuroscience 14 aug 2017 extrapyramidal side of antipsychotic medications clench, causing the jaw to become locked this may also last for minutes hours 20 sep 2004 any drug capable extra pyramidal (eps) and tardive dyskinesia (td) is by definition a neuroleptic, latin 'seize (epse) forgotten but not gone adverse (dry mouth, blurred vision, diminished propensity th
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ABILIFY - bivirkninger, særlige advarsler m.m - Abilify sideeffects, special warnings
 
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Latuda Medication Alternative 1-888-566-8774
 
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Looking for an alternative to Latuda? https://ktcpartnership.com/ LATUDA is an atypical antipsychotic approved to treat adult patients with bipolar depression. In the last decade, KETAMINE has been used to treat patients with bipolar depression, major depression, and postpartum depression with a greater than 70% success rate within hours to days (not weeks to months like most oral medications/pills). Important Safety Information for LATUDA: • Antidepressants (like LATUDA) have increased the risk of suicidal thoughts and actions in some children, teenagers, and young adults. Patients of all ages starting treatment should be watched closely for worsening of depression, suicidal thoughts or actions, unusual changes in behavior, agitation, and irritability. • LATUDA can cause serious side effects, including stroke, that can lead to death. • Neuroleptic malignant syndrome (NMS) is a rare but very serious condition that can happen in people who take LATUDA. NMS can cause death and must be treated in a hospital. Some of these symptoms of NMS include: high fever, excessive sweating, rigid muscles, confusion, or changes in your breathing, heartbeat, or blood pressure. • Tardive dyskinesia (TD) is a serious and sometimes permanent side effect reported with LATUDA. Tell your doctor about any movements you cannot control in your face, tongue, or other body parts, as they may be signs of TD. TD may not go away, even if you stop taking LATUDA. TD may also start after you stop taking LATUDA. • Increases in blood sugar can happen in some people who take LATUDA. Extremely high blood sugar can lead to coma or death. • Increases in triglycerides and LDL (bad) cholesterol and decreases in HDL (good) cholesterol have been reported with LATUDA. • Some patients may gain weight while taking LATUDA. • Tell your doctor if you experience any of these: feeling dizzy or light-headed upon standing, decreases in white blood cells (which can be fatal), or trouble swallowing. • LATUDA may raise the level of prolactin. Tell your healthcare provider if you experience a lack of menstrual periods, leaking or enlarged breasts, or impotence. • Tell your healthcare provider if you have a seizure disorder, have had seizures in the past, or have conditions that increase your risk for seizures. • Tell your healthcare provider if you experience prolonged, abnormal muscle spasms or contractions, which may be a sign of a condition called dystonia. • LATUDA can affect your judgment, thinking, and motor skills. You should not drive or operate hazardous machinery until you know how LATUDA affects you. • LATUDA may make you more sensitive to heat. You may have trouble cooling off. Be careful when exercising or when doing things likely to cause dehydration or make you warm. • Avoid eating grapefruit or drinking grapefruit juice while you take LATUDA since these can affect the amount of LATUDA in the blood. • Tell your healthcare provider about all prescription and over-the-counter medicines you are taking or plan to take, since there are some risks for drug interactions with LATUDA. Tell your healthcare provider if you are allergic to any of the ingredients of LATUDA or take certain medications called CYP3A4 inhibitors or inducers. • Avoid drinking alcohol while taking LATUDA. • Avoid breastfeeding while taking LATUDA. • The most common side effects of LATUDA include nausea, sleepiness or drowsiness, restlessness or feeling like you need to move around (akathisia), and difficulty moving, slow movements, muscle stiffness, or tremor. • These are not all the possible side effects of LATUDA. Far and away the most common experience with KETAMINE infusions (at KETAMINE TREATMENT CENTERS) is to have NO SIDE EFFECTS in between treatments. ALL OF THE ABOVE INFORMATION REGARDING LATUDA IS TAKEN VERBATIM FROM www.latuda.com KETAMINE is a medicine developed more than 50 years ago for anesthesia during surgery, and has been used for that purpose since that time in children, adults, and animals. More recently, KETAMINE has been found to be a valuable and highly effective treatment for major depression, bipolar depression, postpartum depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD, and certain pain disorders such as fibromyalgia. https://ktcpartnership.com/ Latuda Medication Alternative 1-888-566-8774
Tardive Dyskinesia by Kinky Electro
 
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What is tardive dyskinesia? The name tardive dyskinesia (TD) is used to describe the involuntary sudden jerky or slow twisting movements of the face and/or body caused mainly by antipsychotic drugs (also called neuroleptics). It may also be a side effect of drugs used to treat illnesses of the nervous system or stomach and gut disorders. Dyskinesia literally means 'trouble with movement'; 'tardive' means delayed or late-appearing, and reflects the fact that it's a side effect that does not usually appear until you have been taking the drugs for some time. Antipsychotic (or neuroleptic) drugs are used to treat symptoms of psychosis, which usually occur in schizophrenia, and sometimes in other conditions including bipolar disorder (manic depression) and severe depression. Movements include involuntary face movements, tongue movements, eye movements, hand movements, leg movements and in some cases - whole body movements. Mark began writing this track in 2005 and finally added the finishing touches to it in 2012. It's one of his slowest creations but by no means his slowest creation. We began compiling footage of people who suffered from Tardive Dyskinesia through information films and old videos because we wanted to highlight this terrible affliction. But we found the similarity to people gurning and struggling to move properly after taking recreational drugs too uncanny. We considered combining the footage but didn't want to appear as if though were taking the piss out of such a serious condition to which there is no cure or going back. It was at this point that Abigail made the discovery that prolonged use of the drug MDMA (found in ecstasy pills) was also bringing about cases of tardive dyskinesia. People who had been using MDMA for a number of years on a regular basis were finding that they were also reported to be having these involuntary movements when they were not actually using the drug. Although this montage is an amusing combination, we hope that it would also act as a strong deterrent, as quite frankly, even short term use of recreational drugs can make you look like a total prat. Of course, we have no idea what these people are on but we don't want any. Except maybe some of what that Granny's on. Now she is someone to aspire to.
Atypical Antipsychotics_15.flv
 
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Huntington's Disease: Stages and Therapies
 
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Huntington's disease is a rare genetic disorder that causes programmed degeneration of brain cells, called neurons, in certain areas of the brain. This talk explores the diagnosis, stages of the disease, and its treatment. The Stanford Huntington's Disease and Ataxia Clinic has been named a Center of Excellence by the Huntington's Disease Society of America. This talk reflects the treatment standards offered at Stanford. Speaker: Veronica Santini, MD Clinical Instructor, Neurology and Neurological Sciences, Stanford University Medical Center
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facial twitching spasm...is it essential tremor? don't know cause
 
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I've been suffering from this horrible twitching every time I smile, puff my cheeks (or talk too much) for over 2 and a half years. My cheeks twitch uncontrollably and I can feel movement under my left eye. I don't know the cause. Past medical history: scoliosis, shoulder issues, neck pain, jaw popping, elevated iron, elevated RNP-antibodies. Went to the neurologist and he just thought it was stress, but it never stops even when i'm calm. It is a 24/7 condition. If you know what this is, please comment. Some people have mentioned essential tremor, and I think that's probably the closest thing to putting a name to this twitching.
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SEROQUEL bivirkninger m.m Seroquel side effects
 
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Medications in Psychosis- Paula Wadell, MD
 
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The Behavioral Health Center of Excellence and EDAPT Clinics at UC Davis presented a half-day conference on December 13, 2017, "Psychosis: Understanding Your Treatment Options."
PAROXETIN - depressions middel bivirkninger -Paroxetine - anti-depressant sideeffects
 
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Bivirkninger, Særlige advarsler m.m Lyt og DEL!
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Pharmacy Practices to Improve Medicaid Program Integrity & Quality – Module 1 Prescribing Practices
 
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Module 1 is the first in a four-part series that discusses areas of pharmacy practice prone to triggering audits that pharmacy health care professionals should examine. This module focuses on provider prescribing practices. We accept comments in the spirit of our comment policy: http://newmedia.hhs.gov/standards/comment_policy.html As well, please view the HHS Privacy Policy: http://www.hhs.gov/Privacy.html
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