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All of Us: Eric Dishman’s Story

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At age 19, Eric Dishman was diagnosed with a rare form of kidney cancer. The prognosis: nine months to live. Thanks to early access to pioneering research in precision medicine, which clarified the best treatment plan for him, Eric is alive and well almost 25 years later. As you’ll learn in this video, Eric now directs NIH’s All of Us Research Program, which is enrolling 1 million or more Americans to build the foundation for the future of precision medicine.

If you’d like to volunteer for this landmark effort, go to the All of Us website, click the “Join Now” button, and follow the three easy steps. First, create an account. It’s free and takes just a minute or two. Next, complete the enrollment and consent forms. That usually takes 30 minutes or less. Then, complete some baseline surveys and find out what to do next. Thank you!


All of Us: Importance of Diversity

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Medical research hasn’t always fully represented our nation’s rich diversity. As the video above shows, NIH’s All of Us Research Program is committed to doing things differently by enrolling individuals of many different races, ethnicities, and walks of life. The more we know about what makes each person unique, the more customized health care can become.

Want to be part of this pioneering effort? Go to the All of Us website, click the “Join Now” button, and follow the three easy steps. First, create an account. It’s free and takes just a minute or two. Next, complete the enrollment and consent forms. That usually takes 30 minutes or less. Then, complete some baseline surveys and find out what to do next. Thank you!


All of Us: We are Tennessee’s Appalachian Roots

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All of Us: We are America’s Veterans

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Our men and women in uniform serve heroically to protect our freedom. While helping us, they learn to put greater good before their own personal gain. That’s why veterans have been among the first to sign up and take part in NIH’s All of Us Research Program. The video above shares a few of their stories.

If you are a veteran, thanks for your service! All of Us needs more great men and women—veterans and civilians alike—to help build the future of precision medicine. If you’d like to join the effort, go to the All of Us website, click the “Join Now” button, and follow the three easy steps. First, create an account. It’s free and takes just a minute or two. Next, complete the enrollment and consent forms. That usually takes 30 minutes or less. Then, complete some baseline surveys and find out what to do next. Thank you!


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