There are currently no known research studies to post here. But I'm always hopeful!
If you are a researcher, organization, or clinic looking for salicylate sensitive individuals, please fill out the contact form below. I'd be happy to post it (after review).
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- a link to your recruiting website
- sponsor information
- City, State/Province, and Country
- study timeline
- summary of project
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Brainstorm area for future research ideas
Community Science project?
Availability of foods and other products differ from place to place. What's common in one region is exotic in another. Since we're relying on so few tests, and those tailored to the region where they're conducted, that leaves many, many untested items. I'm wondering if it would be possible to organize an "army" of citizen scientists to follow specific protocols and test a far wider range of products/materials? I assume access to some fairly expensive equipment would be involved, so it may not be possible. But many counties/parishes here in the U.S. have community colleges that might have the equipment and may make it available. Would this be possible?