The right treatment, for the right person.

icon of scientific equipmentEvery day we take medications that we hope will help. But too often they don’t. What if the medication of the treatment that works for your neighbor isn’t the right one for you?

The All of Us Research Program wants to change health care. We want to find better treatments, that are targeted to individuals, to help accelerate the path to cures.


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NIH: National Institutes of Health

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NIH: National Institutes of Health

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