The NIH will soon begin enrolling volunteers to contribute their genomic, lifestyle and medical data to create the world's largest, most diverse biodata bank, Director Francis Collins said. "The data provided by 1 million participants will provide opportunities for researchers -- including academics and citizen scientists -- who want to understand how and why different people experience certain diseases and conditions while others do not, and why many people respond differently to treatments and prevention methods that will help accelerate medical breakthroughs," Collins said.
NIH prepares to start enrolling participants in All of Us study
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