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About The All of Us Research Program

We want to speed up medical research. And we’re asking one million people to help lead the way.

Program Overview

At the moment, health care is often one-size-fits-all. But imagine a future where your health care is tailored to you. We want to make that future possible. How? By creating a resource that allows researchers to conduct thousands of studies on health and disease.

We expect the program to last at least 10 years, and we hope you’ll stick with us throughout the study.

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Privacy Safeguards

Your privacy is important to us. Our goal is to make sure your data is safe. That’s why we use the most advanced security systems available.


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Who’s Involved?

Learn about the people behind the program. This includes program leaders, partners, participants, researchers, and health care providers.

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How Is All of Us Different?

The All of Us Research Program brings together a unique group of participants on a scale never before achieved. These participants will help speed up health research and medical breakthroughs.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Find the answers to common questions about the program.

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