Hi you guys. I spent today going over the acne survey that Daniel, our intern, is compiling. Time got away from me so I didn’t get to a video today, but I’ll get one up tomorrow. Daniel has a couple of doctors who are helping him, and the survey is coming along well. I added a ton of things to it. It may end up being several surveys–perhaps one on diet, one on genetics, one on stress, and one on medication history.

Imagine all of the data we can amass with all of us here at Acne.org! I think this is an historic opportunity. We can give something valuable to the dermatologic and scientific community with this. It’s potentially so important that it may need to be peer reviewed and fully vetted–like, as in, taken totally seriously πŸ™‚ I’m really sinking my teeth into it. See you tomorrow!


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  • tea

    thanks guys for all of your hard work!

  • D

    Dan here is a tip I learned from college experiences. In order for the scientific survey to be almost free of flaw and almost free of gaps that may leave doubts and unanswered questions like many medical surveys and studies do, try to consult with independent experts to review your completed survey questionnaire. A lot of times, the sharpest experts who design their surveys don’t catch their own flaws like independent reviewers who never seen the surveys do.

  • Realme2008

    Sounds exciting, Dan! πŸ™‚

  • Nathan

    Hey Dan! Survey sounds very exciting, can u do another Field Trip video lol that was really fun!

  • Becky

    Yay, surveys! Yeah, please do more field trip videos & can we meet kent the editor?

  • KyonMin

    I am willing to complete surveys, anything to add to the information on acne and people of Asian descent.