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What You Would Need to Do

All of Us is powered by participants. We want you to understand each step along the way.

Getting Started

Next Steps

Visit a Partner Center
5. Visit a Partner Center

You may be invited to visit one of our partner centers to have your physical measurements taken (height, weight, blood pressure, etc.) and provide biosamples (blood and urine). You will be able to choose the partner location most convenient for you.

We want to make sure we get information from all types of people, especially those who have been underrepresented in research.

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Not everyone will be asked to give blood and urine samples. Scheduling appointments for a large program takes time. It may take many weeks or months for all of the appointments to take place across the country.

In the Future

Provide Updates
Provide Updates

We will ask you to update your health and lifestyle information from time to time. We hope you'll be part of All of Us for many years.

Take Part in Other Research
Take Part in Other Research

Throughout the program, other researchers may conduct other studies, including clinical trials. These trials may study certain health problems or medications. You may be invited to take part in some of these. You can always join this research program and say no to other research studies.

Access Your Information
Access Your Information

You will have access to the data you give to the program. This may be interesting to you and help you learn about your health. We will tell you about the research studies that use All of Us data.