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  1. ---------------------------------- Junior Researcher Skot Test Log #1 ---------------------------------- SCP-1025 is a hardcover book, approximately 1,500 pages long. The front cover and spine feature the title "The Encyclopedia of Common Diseases." The publisher's page indicates the book was printed in 19██ by █████ Press. No other copies of a book with that title and publisher have been found, and no record of the publisher exists. Readers of the book seem to exhibit symptoms of any disease they read about. SCP-999 appears to be a large, amorphous, gelatinous mass of translucent orange slime, weighing about 54 kg (120 lbs) with a consistency similar to that of peanut butter. Subject’s size and shape is easily malleable and can change shape at will, though when at rest, SCP-999 becomes a rounded, oblate dome roughly 2 meters wide and 1 meter in height. The surface of SCP-999 consists of a thin, transparent membrane similar to that of an animal cell roughly .5 cm thick, and is highly elastic, allowing SCP-999 to flatten portions of its body up to 2 cm thin. This surface is also hydrophobic, although SCP-999 can willfully absorb liquids (see Addendum SCP-999-A). The rest of SCP-999's body is filled with a viscous orange substance of unknown chemical makeup, though it is capable of digesting organic materials with ease. Test Description: SCP-999 was taken as a willing participant in a cross test between itself and SCP-1025. After digesting a page from the book rather than reading it, SCP-999 still began to exhibit the symptoms of the digested page which I concluded to have been asthma. After my diagnosis, he was taken to the medbay and was administered general steroids for human asthma patients. SCP-999 began to feel much stronger and energetic, having optimal results from the steroid treatment. Conclusion: SCP-999 is susceptible to the diseases listed by SCP-1025 and SCP-999 also reacts positively to general treatments for asthma and possibly other common illnesses. Further testing will have to be done in order to conclude the last portion.