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Bio-IT World | The All of Us research program announced updates today in a special report published in the New England Journal of Medicine. As of July 2019, the All of Us program has enrolled more than 175,000 core participants (those who contributed personal information, biospecimens, and physical measurements and who agreed to share EHR data) and more than 230,000 total participants; an additional 40,000 participants have registered on the website, the authors report. “More than 80% of these participants are from groups that have been historically underrepresented in biomedical research,” the authors observe.
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