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Research Mailing List

ASSH members may request ASSH member mailing labels or the ASSH member e-mail address list for research purposes. All requests are to be submitted to the ASSH Central Office for consideration by the ASSH Clinical Trials and Outcomes Committee (CTOC) chair.

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General Mailing List

Peel and stick labels with the mailing addresses of ASSH members are available on a rental basis for a one time use. All requests for permission to use ASSH member mailing labels must be accompanied by a sample of the proposed mailing and are subject to approval by the ASSH Central Office.

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Market Research Data

The results of this survey are available to industry partners. This survey of ASSH members was a collaborative effort to learn more about the field of hand and upper limb surgery and to bring more resources to those areas where current treatment options are not ideal. 

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