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SAN FRANCISCO – At the Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference here on Tuesday, Stanford University researcher and All of Us Research program principal investigator Mitchell Lunn provided an update on the program's progress.

More than 339,000 people have consented to participate in the National Institutes of Health's program, and more than 265,000 people have completed the full protocol, which involves donating biological samples, and sharing a variety of data from electronic medical records, surveys, wearables, and genetic testing.

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