Discovering More Genetic Variants Thanks to All of Us Data

Study Finds Differences in Quality of Life for Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Cancer Survivors 

Data shared by All of Us participants helped researchers find 118 genetic variants in the G6PD gene that were previously unknown. 

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Researchers looked at All of Us survey data from cancer survivors. They found that lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) survivors had lower quality of life than heterosexual survivors. Learning about these differences, called health disparities, may help health care providers tailor care to the needs of LGB people.

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Using All of Us Data to Learn About Glaucoma Awareness

All of Us health data, including electronic health records (EHRs) and surveys, helped researchers discover that many participants with glaucoma may not know they have the disease.

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