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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The All of Us Research Programs' Genomics Working Group suggested today that the national project launch a pilot study to assess the feasibility of performing genotyping and whole-genome sequencing on all the study's participants.

The goal of the All of Us Research Program is to collect in a longitudinal fashion a variety of data, including genomic, medical, and environmental information, and use that to fuel research and advance precision medicine. The program entered beta testing over the summer.

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