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Three centers to join precision medicine network

Three sets of health care providers in Alabama, Wisconsin, and Florida and Georgia have been selected to join the National Institutes of Health's All of Us research program, which aims to advance research into precision medicine.

The three members will receive a total of $13.8 million for their work to help gather data from more than 1 million people across the United States. These members will help to expand the network’s geographic coverage and strengthen its reach within deprived communities, including lower-income, Hispanic and Latino, African American, American Indian and rural communities.

The research program will study a variety of health conditions to learn more about the impact of individual differences in lifestyle, environment and biological makeup.

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