Acknowledgments

The authors recognize the significant contribution of Dr. Steve Wing, Dr. Phil Brown, Dr. Julia Brody, Dr. Andrea Hricko, and Dr. Jianghong Liu, who provided valuable insight and editorial comments on their case studies.

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