Why They Joined All of Us
The All of Us Research Program is about people. Participants are part of a community of people across the United States who are working together to change the future of health.
Please take a moment to hear these participant voices. They all have compelling stories to tell about why participating in this program is important to them, their families, and their communities.
Why I Joined: Dr. Robert Golden for All of Us
In this video testimonial, Dr. Robert Golden, dean of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health discusses why he joined the All of Us Research Program and why this historic effort is so important to the future of health and health care in Wisconsin and beyond.
“A million of us across the country can come together, sharing our stories and, also, our DNA, so that we can advance human health and wellness and accelerate our attack on human disease.”
Why We Joined: Annie & Robert for All of Us
In this video testimonial, siblings Annie and Robert discuss why they chose to participate in the historic All of Us Research Program.
Family health issues, through several generations, a desire to know “why?”, and the potential for a better, healthier future for their children and grandchildren led them to All of Us.
All of Us and Wisconsin’s Latinx Communities
The “All of Us” Research Program aims to help speed up medical research to discover breakthroughs in the prevention and treatment of diseases such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and Alzheimer’s. A major focus of the program is the inclusion of underrepresented groups, such as the African-American and Latinx communities.
In this video, Al Castro of the United Community Center in Milwaukee, discusses how Wisconsin’s Latinx communities could benefit from participation in “All of Us”.
Why I Joined: Gus for All of Us
Gus, who lives with ALS, talks about why he joined the All of Us Research Program and why it brings him hope.