When you become a participant, you'll join a research community of people across the United States working together to help change the future of health.
The All of Us Research Program is powered by its participants. The health information they contribute may provide insights into the differences in our physiology, risk of disease, and response to treatments.
All participants will answer questions about their lifestyle, environment, and health history and be asked to share their electronic health records. Some may also be asked to give physical measurements and blood and urine samples (also called “biosamples”).
The information and biosamples collected will become part of the largest data resource of its kind. Researchers can use this data to investigate why some people develop certain health conditions, while others do not.
People are becoming more and more engaged in their health. The All of Us Research Program invites participants to become partners in the process.
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