National Institute of Health Wants Your Blood, Urine and “Data”- What is Next?

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In a recent publication, National Institute of Health (NIH) announced launching an initiative called “All of Us program”. This highlights the first of a kind move by the institution towards the personalization of medicine. Although it contains a few controversies, still the more interesting is their pick of population target; the underserved communities. Their rationale behind the selection is winning back the trust of a group of citizens after a long period of mistreatment brought upon them by the government! Therefore, to rebuild the fading trust they require enrolling over one million participants in the program. The study would implicate…...

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Adam Tabriz, MD Dr. Adam Tabriz is an Executive level physician, writer, personalized healthcare system advocate, and entrepreneur with 15+ years of success performing surgery, treating patients, and creating innovative solutions for independent healthcare providers. He provides critically needed remote care access to underserved populations in the Healthcare Beyond Borders initiative. His mission is to create a highly effective business model that alleviates the economic and legislative burden of independent practitioners, empowers patients, and creates ease of access to medical services for everyone. He believes in Achieving performance excellence by leveraging medical expertise and modern-day technology.