In an interview with Julia Moore Vogel, director of All of Us Research Program, Angie Ange gets a better scope of why diversity in research studies are important, talks about her own journey with the program, and breaks down the concept of predisposition and how that can affect the potential for certain hereditary conditions.
Cleary the hope is that if the information comes from Black people who work in the medical field and public health, the information will be more readily received.
Angie Ange: Sharing My Journey With The Largest And Most Diverse Health Resource Of Its Kind – And Why Participation Is Power
The All of Us Research Program is the largest most diverse health resource of its kind and is representing all of those groups who have been left out of research in the past (POC, seniors, people living in rural areas, those with low income, LGBTQ, etc).
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