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Genomics and Your DNA Updates

We're working hard to get you your health-related DNA results.
Read our monthly updates to learn about our progress.

August 29, 2022 | We’ve Hit an Important Milestone for Health-related DNA Results

The All of Us Research Program is excited to announce that we are another step closer to giving participants their health-related DNA results.  On August 30, we will launch our pilot test

June 29, 2022 | More About the Hereditary Disease Risk Report

All of Us health-related DNA results are getting closer! We have not notified anyone about their specific results yet. But we are on track to start returning these results before the end of the ye

May 24, 2022 | What’s in a Health-Related DNA Result?

We’re getting closer to returning health-related DNA results to participants. As we promised, we’re sharing more information with you so you know what to expect when we’re ready. In this month’s u

April 25, 2022 | Happy DNA Day

Today, on National DNA Day, we are taking a moment to thank and celebrate you—the nearly 500,000 people from across the country who have joined the All of Us Research Program. You are all helping