NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The National Institutes of Health today announced it has selected the first community partners for the Precision Medicine Initiative's (PMI) All of Us research program.

The PMI was launched in 2015 to gather genetic, health, lifestyle, and environmental information on one million people to fuel research into personalized healthcare. The All of Us program, formerly known as the PMI Cohort Program, is recruiting participants for this effort.

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