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Education

Our overarching goal is to develop informed health professionals who recognize and address the environmental and medical challenges associated with TILT.

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Research

Through our research, we identify environmental triggers, best practices for prevention and intervention, and potential biological markers for TILT.

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Outreach

Our outreach efforts focus on the general public and specific groups that would benefit from understanding TILT, such as architects, contractors, beauticians and first responders.

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– Jane Little, BBC Reporter
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