Author: Kevin Kiley

Ryan Bookout, PharmD, president, Hematology/Oncology Pharmacy Association, and clinical pharmacist, Moffitt Cancer Center, discusses the impact of recent advances made in the oncology space and how precision medicine is improving patient outcomes. Programs like All of Us are working to advance precision medicine to improve health care in the United States....

The All of Us Research Program has recently issued a funding announcement for Genome Centers to generate genotype and whole genome sequence data from participants’ biosamples. Information produced from the Genome Centers will become a critical component in the program’s precision medicine research platform, a national resource for investigators working on a variety of important health questions....

Imagine the power of a project that asks 1 million people from across the United States to volunteer to help find answers about virtually all health conditions we face. You can be one of those volunteers. The All of Us Research Program, led by the National Institutes of Health, in collaboration with more than 100 partner organizations, seeks at least 1 million participant partners from all walks of life, who are willing to contribute health information over...

A nationwide effort to better tailor medicine to patients’ needs kicks off Sunday. The All of Us Research Program, which includes participation from the University of Wisconsin Medical School, Medical College of Wisconsin and Marshfield Clinic, will collect blood and urine samples from volunteers across the country to create a medical database of 1 million people....