Are collagen supplements been scientifically shown of any use to help prevent or treat a tendinopathy? If so, what kind of collagen supplements (e.g., type of collagen, source of collagen such as (mirror) piscine, bovine, porcine, or fowl)?

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    What's the results of your research? – Graham Chiu Nov 7 at 4:48
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    Then you should answer your own question. That's allowed, you know, and it might help others. – Carey Gregory Nov 7 at 6:23
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    One argument in response to your comment could be "If you don't currently have the time, what makes you think someone else might?" You don't have to post an answer straight away, but as @CareyGregory points out, your research will help others. There are a couple of questions in SE which I would be able to answer but can't straight away. When I see questions I don't have the time to answer straight away, I compose the answer in electronic form in stages at times when I have some time. Once I have completed the answer, it is then a case of copy and paste. – Chris Rogers Nov 7 at 8:29
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    By the sounds of it, you have already looked at the question and have conducted enough research to answer it yourself. As I was typing when you responded to my previous comment, writing up what you have researched provides evidence towards your own continuous professional development too so spending the time whilst you have it won't go to waste. – Chris Rogers Nov 7 at 8:34
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    One other thing: your first link now goes to a commercial site (amzn). I consider that borderline spammy. But also, the URL itself (rads....) is blocked on my network, so I do not really know what's behind it. If it's not about the specific product (perhaps only available there?) I'd suggest to change it to more generic reference. – LangLangC Nov 7 at 10:21

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