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All Of Us

 

All of Us aims to engage a community of participants that reflects the diversity of America, including many people who haven’t taken part in medical research before. We welcome participants both healthy and sick, of all backgrounds and walks of life, from all regions across the country.

With All of Us, we’re working to take research to a new level. The program’s model—of engaging participants nationwide, collecting many types of information over time, and building a data platform broadly accessible for research—could shape the ways people conduct research in the future. We will be collecting data to find out what works best and share these lessons with other research programs around the world.

All of Us aims to build one of the largest health databases of its kind. As the volume of data grows, patterns will emerge that wouldn’t be visible at a smaller scale. Imagine a future where your health care is tailored to you. Unlike a single research study focused on a specific disease or population, All of Us will serve as a national research resource to inform thousands of studies, covering a wide variety of health conditions.

Become a part of the All Of Us Research Program.

I joined and I am looking forward to better community health and medicine based on research inclusion. Chuck Vasser

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