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Volunteer Study GRCC/GVSU

Opportunity to Volunteer for Study of New Hygiene November 16-21, GRCC & GVS

OVERVIEW: THIS HUMAN VOLUNTEER STUDY ASSESSES THE EFFICACY OF A NEW HYGIENE TREATMENT TO CLEAN THE AIR-WAYS OF THE SMALL RESPIRATORY DROPLETS POORLY FILTERED BY CONVENTIONAL MASKS. CONDUCTED BY CURRENT AND FORMER HARVARD UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS IN COLLABORATION WITH GRCC AND GVSU. RESULTS TO BE PUBLISHED IN PEER-REVIEWED SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL AT THE END OF THE YEAR.

BACKGROUND: EXHALED DROPLETS TRANSMIT COVID-19 PERSON TO PERSON. MASKS AND SOCIAL DISTANCING PROTECT US FROM THE RISK OF TRANSMISSION BY LARGE DROPLETS. THEY ARE LESS EFFECTIVE FOR SMALL DROPLETS. SMALL DROPLETS LINGER IN THE AIR AND ACCUMULATE INDOORS WITH POOR CIRCULATION.

WHAT’S INVOLVED: THIRTY OR SEVENTY-FIVE MINUTES OF YOUR TIME. LEARN HOW MANY PARTICLES YOU EXHALE FROM YOUR AIRWAYS AND WHETHER A NEW NASAL SALINE HYGIENE HELPS CLEAN YOUR AIRWAYS AND THE AIR AROUND YOU.

WHAT DO YOU GET: $10 (FOR A TIME COMMITMENT OF 30 MINUTES) OR $25 (FOR A TIME COMMITMENT OF SEVENTY FIVE MINUTES).

WHY IT MATTERS: LITTLE MATTERS MORE THAN GETTING BACK TO SCHOOL AND STAYING SAFE. YOUR PARTICIPATION IN THIS LARGE HUMAN VOLUNTEER STUDY TO EVALUATE EXHALED AEROSOL CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE TO SCHOOLS AROUND THE USA AND INTERNATIONALLY.

WHERE AND WHEN: MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16-21 AT EITHER GRCC OR GVSU.

HOW TO APPLY: SEND YOUR NAME TO THE STUDY CO-PI, DAVID EDWARDS, FORMER HARVARD PROFESSOR AND INVENTOR OF THE NEW HYGIENE TREATMENT AT RESEARCH@SENSORY-CLOUD.COM.

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