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What is the value of screening for cognitive impairment including dementia in the absence of a cognitive complaint?

The structure and scope of All of Us is such that it would be well positioned to address the following goals and approaches:
-Measure the benefit or detriment of identification of cognitive impairment on the family and health care provider decision making
-Can a baseline healthy cognitive assessment serve as a baseline for future determination of meaningful change?
-Determine how to overcome financial, technical, and... more »

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Could the Precision Medicine Initiative Enable Artificial Intelligence Use in Ophthalmology?

We will reach out to the public to upload eye images using smartphones and evaluate them, creating a large corpus of human eye images. A convolutional neural network will be trained to diagnose eye diseases, and then used to remotely provide human-level prescreening and diagnosis to patients, for easy and early detection and treatment. Few studies started building AI systems but the available images are insufficient.... more »

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Could the Precision Medicine Initiative Help Identify People with Cardiovascular Disease

We will use non-invasive wearable monitoring sensors, similar to a band-aid on the wrist, that measure arterial wave forms at the radial artery in the wrist, providing information on the elasticity and function of cardiovascular system. The information will be uploaded to smartphones and correlated with age and known cardiovascular risk factors, allowing to develop computational models to rapidly identify people at risk... more »

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Conduct a survey to identify factors that prevent individuals from seeking cancer screenings preventing earlier diagnosis.

Survey cancer patients and survivors and question what led them to seek care in the first place. Was it do to symptoms of disease or because screening or testing found cancer activity. The theory is that patients do not undergo screenings and testing until they become symptomatic and that many possible influences prevented them from doing so earlier including financial and cultural pressure. What can be done to encourage... more »

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