All of Us Research Program Launches Data Browser, Offering Preview of Landmark Health Database

All of Us Research Program Launches Data Browser, Offering Preview of Landmark Health Database

NIH’s All of Us Research Program https://allofus.nih.gov/news-events-and-media/announcements/all-us-research-program-launches-data-browser-offering-preview-landmark-health-database (lot of data available at the bottom of this link) has announced the beta release of its interactive Data Browser https://databrowser.researchallofus.org/ to provide a first look at the data that participants are sharing for health research. Participants, researchers, and other members of the public may use the online tool to learn more about the All of Us participant community and explore summary data. Later, researchers will be able to request access to the data for use in a wide range of studies that may lead to more customized ways to prevent and treat disease.

All of Us is a free program that will include DNA testing at some point. There aren’t any labs near me last time I looked.

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