Diet Gout Trial in Baltimore
The DIET GOUT (DiGO) Trial is a research program conducted by Johns Hopkins University, Harvard Medical School, and the Rheumatology Research Foundation to find out if a healthy diet can lower uric acid, a risk factor for gout.
You can MAKE A DIFFERENCE by participating in the Diet Gout (DiGo) Trial to help doctors, nutritionists, and patients suffering from gout understand more about foods that lower gout risk.
Gout Sufferers who can participate in DiGo
To Participate in the Diet Gout (DiGo) Trial, you or a loved one must:
> Be at least 18 years old
> Have been told you had or have gout by a health professional
> Not be taking medications to lower uric acid (allopurinol, febuxostat, probenecid)
> Be able to travel to the ProHealth Research Clinic in Baltimore.
For more details see https://www.digotrial.org/