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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The National Institutes of Health today announced that the All of Us Research Program will begin enrolling participants nationwide this coming Sunday, May 6.

All of Us is a critical component of the Precision Medicine Initiative, which President Barack Obama launched in 2015. The research program aims to enroll 1 million Americans willing to donate biological samples and share a variety of data from electronic medical records, surveys, wearables, and genetic testing that researchers can use to learn more about diseases and develop treatments.

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