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All of Us at the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center

The Tucson Chinese Cultural Center has partnered with the All of Us Research Program as part of a nationwide endeavor to collect genetic data to aid in the advancement of precision health care and prevention.

Health and longevity have always been core tenants of Chinese culture and is integral to the mission of the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center. They continuously seek out partnerships to provide people the tools they need to maintain wellness in all aspects of life. One such partnership is with the National Institute for Health in recruitment efforts for the All of Us Research Program. The program aims to collect genetic data from one million people nationwide to aid in the advancement of precision health care and prevention.

Producer: Cáit NíSiomón
Videographer: Robert Lindberg, Eryka Dellenbach, Diana Cadena
Editor: Diana Cadena

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