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Feasibility of a mail-in, self-administered dried blood spot collection method in national, population-based alcohol surveys in the U.S.

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Summary of "Feasibility of a mail-in, self-administered dried blood spot collection method in national, population-based alcohol surveys in the U.S."

Including a low-intensity blood collection method in population-based alcohol studies would advance our ability to study biological mechanisms related to alcohol. However, the likelihood of participation in such a blood collection method remains understudied. This study's primary aims were to (1) estimate the return rate of mail-in, self-administered dried blood spot (saDBS) samples in national surveys and (2) test correlates of returning a sample.

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Name: Addiction (Abingdon, England)
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