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2020 IDDB Progress and Findings

2020 IDDB Progress and Findings

The International Dupuytren Data Bank is now in its fifth year with 4465 enrollees from 48 countries. There’s now enough data to begin looking for trends and new insights.

We’ve begun collecting blood samples from select enrollees for the Dupuytren Blood Biomarker Pilot Study. Blood sample collection is on hold until COVID-19 related restrictions ease: we’re hopeful and rebooking blood draw appointments for June.

There are three good things coming out of the COVID-19 challenge:

One: There’s now a little extra time for you to enroll in the IDDB for a chance to participate in the Dupuytren Blood Biomarker Pilot Study! If you haven’t signed up, now is the time:
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Two: You have a little extra time to browse the progress report of the IDDB:
[ale_button url=”” style=”light-blue” size=”small” type=”round” target=”_blank”] April 2020 IDDB Progress Report[/ale_button]

Three: The IDDB follow up survey is about to go out to all IDDB enrollees. You don’t want to miss this! Log in and make sure your contact information is up to date:
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Stay tuned and stay well!

Charles Eaton MD