Is Federal Research Program All Of Us Really For Everyone?
For decades, clinical trials have mostly recruited white men, but a federal 10-year research program called “All of Us” is trying to change that. It aims to diversify medical research by collecting genetic and biomedical information from a million people, with around half of them being people of color.
But as Shalina Chatlani of member station KPBS in San Diego reports, some researchers believe the program may not actually benefit everyone.
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