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The authors thank Dr Charles Longo III, MD, for proposing the topic of the study and providing mentorship and to Alexander G. Hall, MA, MS, for statistical review. In compliance with standard ethical guidelines, the authors report no relationships with business or industry that would pose a conflict of interest.