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Kaiser Permanente (KP) Research Bank

The Kaiser Permanente (KP) Research Bank is a nationwide research bank that facilitates studies related to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease. The KP Research Bank includes information from three sources—genetic information from a blood sample, comprehensive medical record information, and survey data on lifestyle and health issues not captured in the medical record. By combining data from seven regions nationwide reflecting the general population, the KP Research Bank has the scale to reflect population diversity. KP Research Bank may share de-identified information through secure databases–such as online database of the NIH. Any genetic information is de-identified to protect the participant's privacy.

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