Thursday, May 23, 2024

Who is: JOE CAPPELLO?

PinkSmart News presents our next installment of the WHO IS series- proudly introducing the life's work of Mr. Joe Cappello. Nestled deeply in the cancer advocacy world, Joe's mission to make a difference started when his late wife, Nancy was afflicted with cancer.  Right then and there, a change-maker was driven toward a life-long crusade to bring awareness about prevention and early detection. 

FROM MUSICIAN TO MUSICFEST NATIONAL ADVOCATE
A Personal Crusade in Life Saving Advocacy

FOREWORD
By: Barrie Kolstein (Music Philanthropist & Cancer Survivor)

Music can be a viable source of fundraising and do good things for people. This goes back well before my time into the fifties and forties with The Concert for Bangladesh (George Harrison) in 1971. There's also Wembley Stadium in the nineties with QUEEN in LIVE AID-- and WE ARE THE WORLD that did tremendous good for Africa.  This inspired ongoing concerts that continue throughout every genre including the classical and jazz communities.  The New York Philharmonic, the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Dallas Symphony have all partnered with major cancer charities.  Recently (2023), the American Symphony joined with Sloan Kettering to form “American Symphony: Become a Lifesaver” to increase registration of blood stem cell and marrow donors to the national registry and improve access to blood stem cell transplants [1].  Music has a very strong voice this way. People listen…and they love and enjoy music. And if you have the right people working on these fundraisers and representing these fundraisers, it can be quite effective!


AN INTERVIEW WITH JOE CAPPELLO, CO-FOUNDER OF THE “ARE YOU DENSE” FOUNDATION
I don’t know too many people that actually plan a life in advocacy.  I'm Joe Cappello and I am the co-founder and CEO of a national organization called “ARE YOU DENSE?” – an educational foundation supporting awareness about the realities of dense breast tissue and its connection to breast cancer. 

Click photo to visit Nancy's Story
 When you are entering into advocacy work, you’re asking for challenges that comes at you 90 miles an hour. Usually, it’s because of a life-changing event that impacts you from normal to a super abnormal way- and that's what happened in my case.  My wife Nancy was diagnosed with stage 3C breast cancer. We were convinced that her cancer happened because of the lack of clinical information and diagnostic tools available at the time.  We could not avoid becoming advocates very quickly to let everyone know on a global scale just how deadly this level of ignorance and lack of knowledge actually was.  

Click to visit "Underdiagnosed"
Our passion to connect with clinicians, to research for answers and to get the word out about this apparent health problem about dense breast tissue in our community all became our new reality.  When we were faced with this challenge, we realized that we needed to inform the general public about the health concerns about breast density.  Doctors already knew about breast density and the ramifications of having dense breasts- but the growing population (40%+) of women that have dense breasts may NOT know what it means.  We wanted to build a public awareness and informational program about getting the right screening- particularly with an ultrasound or possibly an MRI as a necessary complement to the mammogram.  

POST RETIREMENT AND A SECOND PUSH WITH MUSIC
I had a couple of companies; a busy real estate office in Connecticut.  I was also a musician where I co- developed and marketed a portable drum kit. I was in charge of sales for “Traps Drums” throughout the U.S., Canada and Mexico.  It was very lucrative and had a lot of fun with it but I eventually sold the business in 20__. Managing the ARE YOU DENSE? Foundation is another form of business even though it's a very emotional and personal.  It’s hard work to do fundraising and ‘getting the word out’ demands major focus and personal resources.  

Play Video: Musicians for Cancer Causes
Since I'm a musician, I realized the strength and appeal of music to the community, such that this advocacy work was going to be funded by something to do with music, which no one else did!  So the very first event we produced was called the Are You Dense Musicfest back in 2009. It was quite a successful event and we raised quite a bit of money for the organization. We ended continuing this direction with music events, growing larger venues each and every year. We've had it in large auditoriums including the Palace Theater.  This year, we sold out the Seven Angels Theater in Waterbury, Connecticut and as fundraisers go, that's very exciting! We stay alive because of the generosity of people and we're always so grateful for all of that.


ADVOCACY: A REWARDING CHOICE OF LIFE ALTERING WORK
Before this, my wife and I were enjoying my retirement from an exhausting career set. Advocacy changed my life dramatically, immersing us both into a relentless schedule of doing public education, talk shows and group conferences.  We also formed a second non-profit called 'Are You Dense Advocacy' - dedicated to driving a national legislation. Through this form of government intervention, this legislation mandates that all mammography facilities must inform all patients with dense breasts about their condition- and employing the complementary use of imaging (such as ultrasound) for better scanning.  We went to Washington and helped pass legislation on the national stage which affects the safety and health of every woman in the country.  

Click to visit the Proclamation report

As of September 10th, 2023, 38 states officially passed this upgrade in early detection! It is understandable that you could double the amount of cancers found - and how many lives you could save with PROPER early detection.  This WIN is a message to the world about dense breast tissue and that not one woman would ever need suffer the terrible fate that my wife suffered and perished from- due to the lack of information at a time when women remained underdiagnosed.  This all became my calling in life now to be an advocate- never thinking I'd ever be one. 

Click for full story: "Supporting Diagnostic Leaders"
ON PARTNESHIPS AND A NATIONAL COMMUNITY
You never do this kind of work alone. You always need to count on the help of other people that are in different factors in life. We're not doctors but when facing a problem, you experience the side of the problem that doctors may not always see. Thanks to our excellent advisors, we complete the circle of understanding about this health issue.  Among some of the finest luminaries in cancer diagnostics and education is Dr. Robert Bard in New York City. People like him really helped make it happen for women and for our cause. He has done so much in the ways of collaborating with Are You Dense? on education, public awareness and explaining the entire science of breast density from a clinical perspective that draws more women to the urgency of early detection.  His work also attracted other docs nationwide to join our mission.  


THE CAPPELLOS' WORK SPARKS MODERN RESEARCH & CLINICAL CHANGE

Click photo for full report
2022-2024 BREAST DENSITY SCREENING & REVIEW
The Dense Breast paradigm continues to plague our population of the underdiagnosed and underserved women. uniting with public advocates and legislative change makers like the ARE YOU DENSE? FOUNDATION raises significant public awareness in both the clinical and patient communities (see news feature).  Meanwhile, a cohort study from Molloy University linked to Bard Diagnostic Imaging of NYC received great support from the medical research and diagnostic society to help spearhead a private study to collect data in underserved areas and age groups.  This pilot study helps to offer new insight and data in support of the launch of future biotech trials and public advocacy about dense breast research programs.

"Are You Dense?" Foundation Co-founder Joe Cappello joins the medical diagnostic community to promote the "Get Checked Now!" campaign. Dr. Robert Bard from the Bard Cancer Center (NYC) supports supplemental imaging including the 3D Doppler Ultrasound scanner to offer dense breast detection.  This video presents some of the latest advancements in ultrasound features to detect tumors through dense breast tissue- reportedly a significant challenge with mammograms. 

LINKING DENSE BREAST WITH BREAST CANCER
Dr. Roberta Kline reports on the increased risk of breast cancer for women who have dense breasts. Until recently, the research has been lagging in terms of what's the molecular mechanism, why do dense breasts present an increased risk of breast cancer? Without this knowledge, we can’t address the root causes, and are left with a lot of trial and error based on incomplete understanding.  It's very encouraging to know that currently there are 124 clinical trials ongoing looking at dense breasts and the relationship with breast cancer, anywhere from improved diagnostics, to treatment, to prevention, and, what’s close to my heart, to understanding the molecular mechanisms - what's happening at the cell level, at the genetic level that is causing different women to have an elevated risk of breast cancer. 


UNDER THE LENS: LIVE BREAST CANCER CELLS IN DENSE BREAST TISSUE: An observational by Dr. Noelle Cutter study explores the functional phenotypic differences that make dense breast tissue. Because it is  widely noted that women with dense breasts have a greater likelihood of developing cancer, understanding the  pathways and changes in gene expression may offer the first avenue for the enzymes enrolled and drug targets for  personalized medicine in pursuit of developing better treatment options.  (see complete article)









Ref:

1) Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and NMDP/Be The Match Launch “American Symphony: Become a Lifesaver” Campaign https://www.mskcc.org/news-releases/mskcc-and-nmdp-be-match-launch-american-symphony-become-lifesaver-campaign#:~:text=Memorial%20Sloan%20Kettering%20Cancer%20Center%20(MSK)%20and%20NMDP%2FBe,transplants%2C%20especially%20for%20people%20in


Tuesday, May 14, 2024

"BOTH MY PARENTS HAD CANCER... I NEED TO TEST!

Originally published in Health Resource Digest (5/1/2024)

Samantha Hunt, 24 is a young cancer awareness advocate due mostly to the upbringing of two cancer survivors who are outspoken about environmental cancers and proactive testing ("Get Checked NOW!" program).  She is in a graduate program for social work and grew up in a household in support of prevention and early detection.
Since she was 9 years old, Samantha took on personal studies on breast cancer when she watched her mother (Jennifer) undergo a bilateral mastectomy for early-stage breast cancer.  Samantha's father was diagnosed with early-stage prostate cancer, and her maternal aunt also had breast cancer. By her late teens into her college years, Samantha was convinced that she needed to have early screening, which is when she discovered she had dense breast tissue- a condition that is present in over half of women in the U.S.  [12]

Though currently testing negative for cancer, Samantha continues to undergo early detection through gene testing, ultrasound screening and maintains a significantly strict lifestyle of prevention (eating healthy/organic foods, no sugar, exercise, organic foods etc).  Early in life, she learned the value of staying proactive and getting a second opinion- never resting on reassuring words from physicians.  "Early on, my gyno didn't express any real sense of urgency about me getting an ultrasound test but gave me the referral just to make me happy...", stated Ms. Hunt.  "Even today (and sometimes even in the past with other breast exams), I often feel like they do it so quickly and carelessly, and I feel stressed out after...  I'm not convinced that I'm getting a proper examination!"


Samantha has received a total of 4 biopsies due to the "abnormally dense" breast tissue- a concern that scientists are now linking to breast cancer. [13] At an early age, Samantha took on a significant leadership role in her health to approve the biopsies despite the risk and concerns from her parents. "After my first sono, they found me to be 'very lumpy' and called on me to get a biopsy.  None of us were excited about this but if I was going to get any peace of mind, I made a decision to go for it and I'm glad I did. Honestly think I'd be more anxious knowing there's something that a doctor recommended that I should get a biopsy on!"

Friday, May 10, 2024

WBAB/WBLI Feature: Women's Health Collaborative

 

5/1/2024- The Women’s Health Collaborative (WHC) officially launches what educational director Dr. Roberta Kline calls “the ultimate alliance of women’s health champions”.   This united volunteer group consists of public resources for women’s cancer, dense breast advocacy, research foundations of complex disorders (ie. Endometriosis and pelvic floor issues) and medical specialists from the private sector.  This coalition aligns the promotion of ultrasound technology as the common life-saving solution for affordable and effective medical screening programs.  


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The 2024 Women's Health Resource Network Launches Ultrasound Screening Initiative for Underserved Communities

In support of the underserved and underdiagnosed women, the WHC was originally founded to bring early detection and public education about the many women’s health disorders that many find to be lacking in access and information. This doctrine united women’s health advocates like Geri Barish (Hewlett House), Joe Cappello (co-founder of the Are You Dense? Foundation), Dr. Robert Bard (IHRC / Integrative Health Research Center), Dr. Noelle Cutter (Molloy University Research on Ovarian and Breast Cancer research programs) and Nancy Novack (of nancyslist.org). “It’s time we wake up lawmakers and the medical community to re-evaluate the existing gold standards (like mammography),” stated Mr. Cappello during a Key to the City speech honored by Waterbury mayor Neil O’Leary. “We are finally picking up great steam in our national push to have all clinicians adopt the advanced results of ultrasound technology… as a sustainable and affordable solution for ALL women!” 

In a recent “Cancer Powermeet” event, leading advocacy leader Ms. Barish joined the WHC concept about “EARLIER DETECTION” in support of proactive screenings for women from 20-39.  “Due to the continuing rise in numbers of breast cancer cases in younger women, doctors need to change their thinking about starting checkups at 40.” Innovative screening plans comprise the use of ultrasound in screening centers and traveling vans as a starting point in underserved locations. For over 20 years, Ms. Barish has been active in state congress about a list of cancer related interests impacting women’s health including public initiatives like environmental causes and legislative change in healthcare protocols. 

THE NON-INVASIVE MOVEMENT
Cancer Imaging specialist Dr. Robert Bard presented a lecture in the 2024 Ultracon (AIUM) Symposium about diagnostic and screening innovations advancements the next stage in women’s longevity. “In the 1990's, 3D imaging allowed us to accurately detect uterine cancer, and particularly see abnormal ovarian tumors. In addition, imaging allowed us to detect an entire classification of ovarian cysts. Where ovarian cancer was once known as the ‘silent disease”, today's 3D ultrasound imaging brought the battle lines forward … as it can now identify potentially cancerous tumors in the glands in earlier stages pre-metastases. Creating a coalition promoting new education and clinical application of ultrasound is a game-changer-- offering a most affordable and highly accessible real-time scanning for immediate answers for women’s concerns”. 

The outreach team behind the WHC aims to connect with lawmakers and health professionals alike, in pursuit of change through awareness.  The Women’s Health Collaborative continues its mission to unite with new resources in support of better screening, community outreach and educational efforts to improve healthcare for women. 



PROGRAM 1: EARLIER DETECTION


27 YEAR OLD STAGE3 BREAST CANCER VICTIM SURVIVED - DESPITE OF DOCS WHO MISDIAGNOSED! In the year 2015, I was diagnosed with a stage three breast cancer on my right breast. It was a triple negative. When I did my own research, it just really means it tested negative on three aspects of tests with (I believe) estrogen.  I feel if I didn't follow my intuition or demand answers (since I found this lump), I wouldn't be here today because records have shown when we're younger, they don't really take it as seriously. I would say be your own advocate! Get the answers you deserve because there is always a cause. If you have a lump, obviously there is a cause for it. So even if they tell you otherwise, keep asking and keep digging for answers.  Find out the cause of this lump and more importantly, find out what it really is!  (See full report | Video)



PROGRAM 2: DENSE BREAST SCREENING























REMEMBERING NANCY CAPPELLO: In 2014, Imaging Technology News (ITN) introduced breast cancer survivor-turned-crusader Dr. Nancy Cappello and her story about having dense breast tissue leading to a late-stage cancer. A false negative mammography scan (diagnosed in 2004) concealed a large 2.5 cm suspicious lesion, which was later confirmed to be stage 3c breast cancer. This same cancer had metastasized to 13 lymph nodes. This sparked Dr. Cappello to create the "Are You Dense?" Foundation- an international awareness crusade to better support dense breast diagnostics and initiatives pass legislation to enact laws requiring mammography centers to inform patients about their breast density and the associated cancer risks. Dr. Cappello passed away on Nov 15, 2018, from secondary myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS), a bone marrow cancer that was a complication of her prior aggressive breast cancer treatments. But she ignited a legacy of fighting for improved policies, imaging technologies and advanced research to better address this health crisis that puts the est. 40% of the female population (women with dense breasts) at risk of a false negative reading.

 


PROGRAM 3: GENE TESTING FOR CANCER PREDISPOSITION

TEST- DON’T GUESS! CANCER PREDISPOSITION, HEREDITY & GENE TESTING

Most CANCERS are not directly caused by inherited gene mutations. Unlike traits and characteristics passed down to children like blood type and eye color, which are a direct result of genetics, chronic diseases like cancer are recognized to be the result of an interaction between your genetics and your environment. These genetic changes that increase the risk of cancer CAN be passed down or inherited.  

When a specific cancer type is prevalent in one side of the family, the cancer is recognized as a FAMILIAL cancer. Many of them are caused by a genetic mutation in one or more genes related to cancer susceptibility, such as BRCA1 and breast cancer. This is also the case with a "family cancer syndrome" (or "hereditary cancer syndrome"), such as Lynch Syndrome, which is a rare disorder in which family members have an above-average chance of developing a certain type or types of cancer. It is reported that up to 10% of all cancer cases may be caused by specific inherited genetic mutations called CANCER PREDISPOSITION genes. Individuals who carry a mutant allele of these genes have an increased susceptibility to cancer. Research also shows that other types of genetic variations can also predispose to cancer including epigenetics.  It is now widely identified that an accumulation of genetic or epigenetic alterations can affect the conversion of normal cells to cancer cells. 

GET CHECKED NOW!  If you have family members that have been diagnosed with cancer, you may want to consider a comprehensive genetic test to get your personal biological blueprint which includes your predisposition.  Call today to speak to a genetic advisor for a free consultation at 212-355-7017. THE WOMEN'S HEALTH COLLABORATIVE is an all-volunteer support resource offering public awareness about health solutions for women. We are not a medical facility but are navigators in support of understanding the current resources available. We also provide public news, educational materials and information about the latest resources in specific health disorders. FOLLOW US ON LINKEDIN and subscribe to the Women's Health Newsletter!  


"TEST, DON'T GUESS!"- Cancer Predisposition & the Role of Genetic Testing By: Dr. Roberta Kline  Cancer comes from one of two ways: inheriting genetic mutations that significantly increase your risk for specific types of cancer- but the majority of cancers occur from an interaction between your individual genes and the environment that they've been exposed to throughout your lifetime. Both of them can be tested for. And if you know what you're dealing with, you can create a plan that's specific for you that enables you to be proactive. This enables you to have that locus of control, that you know what's going on in your body, but you don't know if you don't test. Therefore, TEST- DON'T GUESS! And then you can create your roadmap that works for you. 


NEWS RELEASE: The National Coalition for Ultrasound Screening

5/1/2024- The Women’s Health Collaborative (WHC) officially launches what educational director Dr. Roberta Kline calls “the ultimate alliance of women’s health champions”.   This united volunteer group consists of public resources for women’s cancer, dense breast advocacy, research foundations of complex disorders (ie. Endometriosis and pelvic floor issues) and medical specialists from the private sector.  This coalition aligns the promotion of ultrasound technology as the common life-saving solution for affordable and effective medical screening programs.  


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The 2024 Women's Health Resource Network Launches Ultrasound Screening Initiative for Underserved Communities

In support of the underserved and underdiagnosed women, the WHC was originally founded to bring early detection and public education about the many women’s health disorders that many find to be lacking in access and information. This doctrine united women’s health advocates like Geri Barish (Hewlett House), Joe Cappello (co-founder of the Are You Dense? Foundation), Dr. Robert Bard (IHRC / Integrative Health Research Center), Dr. Noelle Cutter (Molloy University Research on Ovarian and Breast Cancer research programs) and Nancy Novack (of nancyslist.org). “It’s time we wake up lawmakers and the medical community to re-evaluate the existing gold standards (like mammography),” stated Mr. Cappello during a Key to the City speech honored by Waterbury mayor Neil O’Leary. “We are finally picking up great steam in our national push to have all clinicians adopt the advanced results of ultrasound technology… as a sustainable and affordable solution for ALL women!” 

In a recent “Cancer Powermeet” event, leading advocacy leader Ms. Barish joined the WHC concept about “EARLIER DETECTION” in support of proactive screenings for women from 20-39.  “Due to the continuing rise in numbers of breast cancer cases in younger women, doctors need to change their thinking about starting checkups at 40.” Innovative screening plans comprise the use of ultrasound in screening centers and traveling vans as a starting point in underserved locations. For over 20 years, Ms. Barish has been active in state congress about a list of cancer related interests impacting women’s health including public initiatives like environmental causes and legislative change in healthcare protocols. 

THE NON-INVASIVE MOVEMENT
Cancer Imaging specialist Dr. Robert Bard presented a lecture in the 2024 Ultracon (AIUM) Symposium about diagnostic and screening innovations advancements the next stage in women’s longevity. “In the 1990's, 3D imaging allowed us to accurately detect uterine cancer, and particularly see abnormal ovarian tumors. In addition, imaging allowed us to detect an entire classification of ovarian cysts. Where ovarian cancer was once known as the ‘silent disease”, today's 3D ultrasound imaging brought the battle lines forward … as it can now identify potentially cancerous tumors in the glands in earlier stages pre-metastases. Creating a coalition promoting new education and clinical application of ultrasound is a game-changer-- offering a most affordable and highly accessible real-time scanning for immediate answers for women’s concerns”. 

The outreach team behind the WHC aims to connect with lawmakers and health professionals alike, in pursuit of change through awareness.  The Women’s Health Collaborative continues its mission to unite with new resources in support of better screening, community outreach and educational efforts to improve healthcare for women. 



PROGRAM 1: EARLIER DETECTION


27 YEAR OLD STAGE3 BREAST CANCER VICTIM SURVIVED - DESPITE OF DOCS WHO MISDIAGNOSED! In the year 2015, I was diagnosed with a stage three breast cancer on my right breast. It was a triple negative. When I did my own research, it just really means it tested negative on three aspects of tests with (I believe) estrogen.  I feel if I didn't follow my intuition or demand answers (since I found this lump), I wouldn't be here today because records have shown when we're younger, they don't really take it as seriously. I would say be your own advocate! Get the answers you deserve because there is always a cause. If you have a lump, obviously there is a cause for it. So even if they tell you otherwise, keep asking and keep digging for answers.  Find out the cause of this lump and more importantly, find out what it really is!  (See full report | Video)



PROGRAM 2: DENSE BREAST SCREENING























REMEMBERING NANCY CAPPELLO: In 2014, Imaging Technology News (ITN) introduced breast cancer survivor-turned-crusader Dr. Nancy Cappello and her story about having dense breast tissue leading to a late-stage cancer. A false negative mammography scan (diagnosed in 2004) concealed a large 2.5 cm suspicious lesion, which was later confirmed to be stage 3c breast cancer. This same cancer had metastasized to 13 lymph nodes. This sparked Dr. Cappello to create the "Are You Dense?" Foundation- an international awareness crusade to better support dense breast diagnostics and initiatives pass legislation to enact laws requiring mammography centers to inform patients about their breast density and the associated cancer risks. Dr. Cappello passed away on Nov 15, 2018, from secondary myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS), a bone marrow cancer that was a complication of her prior aggressive breast cancer treatments. But she ignited a legacy of fighting for improved policies, imaging technologies and advanced research to better address this health crisis that puts the est. 40% of the female population (women with dense breasts) at risk of a false negative reading.

 


PROGRAM 3: GENE TESTING FOR CANCER PREDISPOSITION

TEST- DON’T GUESS! CANCER PREDISPOSITION, HEREDITY & GENE TESTING

Most CANCERS are not directly caused by inherited gene mutations. Unlike traits and characteristics passed down to children like blood type and eye color, which are a direct result of genetics, chronic diseases like cancer are recognized to be the result of an interaction between your genetics and your environment. These genetic changes that increase the risk of cancer CAN be passed down or inherited.  

When a specific cancer type is prevalent in one side of the family, the cancer is recognized as a FAMILIAL cancer. Many of them are caused by a genetic mutation in one or more genes related to cancer susceptibility, such as BRCA1 and breast cancer. This is also the case with a "family cancer syndrome" (or "hereditary cancer syndrome"), such as Lynch Syndrome, which is a rare disorder in which family members have an above-average chance of developing a certain type or types of cancer. It is reported that up to 10% of all cancer cases may be caused by specific inherited genetic mutations called CANCER PREDISPOSITION genes. Individuals who carry a mutant allele of these genes have an increased susceptibility to cancer. Research also shows that other types of genetic variations can also predispose to cancer including epigenetics.  It is now widely identified that an accumulation of genetic or epigenetic alterations can affect the conversion of normal cells to cancer cells. 

GET CHECKED NOW!  If you have family members that have been diagnosed with cancer, you may want to consider a comprehensive genetic test to get your personal biological blueprint which includes your predisposition.  Call today to speak to a genetic advisor for a free consultation at 212-355-7017. THE WOMEN'S HEALTH COLLABORATIVE is an all-volunteer support resource offering public awareness about health solutions for women. We are not a medical facility but are navigators in support of understanding the current resources available. We also provide public news, educational materials and information about the latest resources in specific health disorders. FOLLOW US ON LINKEDIN and subscribe to the Women's Health Newsletter!  


"TEST, DON'T GUESS!"- Cancer Predisposition & the Role of Genetic Testing By: Dr. Roberta Kline  Cancer comes from one of two ways: inheriting genetic mutations that significantly increase your risk for specific types of cancer- but the majority of cancers occur from an interaction between your individual genes and the environment that they've been exposed to throughout your lifetime. Both of them can be tested for. And if you know what you're dealing with, you can create a plan that's specific for you that enables you to be proactive. This enables you to have that locus of control, that you know what's going on in your body, but you don't know if you don't test. Therefore, TEST- DON'T GUESS! And then you can create your roadmap that works for you. 


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