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The plan to enroll 1 million volunteers in the NIH's All of Us research study is going well, the agency says. According to a new report in ScienceInsider, the NIH has recruited 143,000 participants who have already taken surveys and visited a clinic to give blood and urine samples. Another 87,000 people have registered for the study.

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