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It just occurred to me at the end of your post that perhaps the biggest difference between ADA and EASD has to do with lifestyle itself. You mentioned how much you enjoyed your walks to and from the event and at ADA it was all about taking bus transport to/from downtown Chicago. In American lifestyle in general (with the exception of people living in San Francisco and a few other cities like it), nobody walks anywhere unless they purposefully "go for a walk" or funnier still drive to the shopping mall to "go walking". Maybe we can work on a reimbursement code for activity, too.

Thanks for your great reporting Kelly and team.

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