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How To Conquer The Critical Health Challenges Facing Black America

“Programs like All of Us are additional ways we can further research participation as well as inspire all people to actively advocate for equal access to effective treatments and care in order to truly inspire change,” writes Dr. Randall Cobb, executive director of the W. Montague Cobb/National Medical Association Health Institute.

May 06, 2018

Type: News

Nationwide Effort To Personalize Medicine Kicks Off

Wisconsin Public Radio highlights All of Us Research Program partners at the University of Wisconsin Medical School, the Medical College of Wisconsin, and Marshfield Clinic.

May 04, 2018

Type: News

The Dish | Sharing Your Physical Measurements & Biosamples (3:26)

Participants can contribute many different types of data to the All of Us Research Program. Some participants may be asked to give physical measurements and blood and urine samples. In this video, Eric Dishman, director of All of Us, describes how and why the program is working to invite a geographically, demographically, and medically diverse group of people to donate their measurements and samples.

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May 04, 2018

Type: Videos , Director's Updates

American Association on Health and Disability (AAHD) Joins NIH in Launching the All of Us Research Program to Advance Precision Medicine

“AAHD is proud to be part of this initiative that will improve the health status of people with disabilities across the nation,” said Roberta S. Carlin, MS, JD, AAHD Executive Director.

May 04, 2018

Type: News

The Dish | New Participant Partners (2:18)

A central principle of the All of Us Research Program is to include participants as partners. All of Us Director Eric Dishman welcomes the 22 program participants who recently joined the program's committees and advisory panel to support the design, implementation, and governance of the program.

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May 04, 2018

Type: Videos , Director's Updates

The Dish | Security: Protecting Participant Data (3:07)

The information that participants share is personal, and safeguarding this data is our most important responsibility. This is why the All of Us Research Program invests in extensive controls and the best technology possible to keep this data safe. Eric Dishman, director of All of Us, discusses the program's security safeguards and our commitment to protecting your data.

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May 03, 2018

Type: Videos , Director's Updates

Mayo Clinic Announces Biobank Will Store Samples from NIH All of Us Precision Medicine Initiative

The All of Us Research Program has partnered with Mayo Clinic to store blood and urine samples from one million or more participants across the U.S.

May 02, 2018

Type: News

The Health 202: The Government Is Opening the Doors to Its Big New Genetics Library

The Washington Post explores the goals of the All of Us Research Program and what makes it different from other large-scale health data projects.

May 02, 2018

Type: News

NIH Launches National Effort to Collect Health Info from 1M Americans

Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, taked with CBS Sunday Morning about what he calls “a national adventure that’s going to transform medical care.”

May 01, 2018

Type: News

NIH anuncia la fecha de inscripción nacional del Programa Científico All of Us para avanzar en la medicina de precisión

Eventos planificados en todo el país para que participen diversas comunidades

May 01, 2018

Type: Announcements

U.S. Seeking 1 Million for Massive Study of DNA, Health Habits

The Associated Press notes that learning about medicine in way that will benefit everyone means studying “…the healthy and not-so-healthy, young and old, rural and urban, blue-collar and white-collar—and people of all races and ethnicities.”

May 01, 2018

Type: News

NIH announces national enrollment date for All of Us Research Program to advance precision medicine

Events planned across the country to engage diverse communities

May 01, 2018

Type: Announcements