The revised manuscript entitled “Characterizing phenotypic abnormalities associated with high-risk individuals developing lung cancer using electronic health records from the All of Us researcher workbench,” by Jiang, et al. has been submitted by the authors as a replacement for the originally published version of the manuscript. Following publication, the authors were alerted to the article’s noncompliance with the All of Us Research Program’s Data Access and Use Policies. The policies violated are that authorized data users will not: 1. take screenshots or attempt in any way to copy, download, or otherwise remove any participant-level data from the All of Us Researcher Workbench 2. publish or otherwise distribute any participant-level data from the All of Us Research Program database 3. publish or otherwise distribute any data or aggregate statistics corresponding to fewer than 20 participants unless expressly permitted under the terms of the All of Us Data and Statistics Dissemination Policy. After an extensive effort to obscure values that correspond to fewer than 20 participants to align with the All of Us Research Program’s policies, the authors have submitted a corrected manuscript. This version of the manuscript has been reviewed by the editorial team and is being republished after retraction of the original version of the manuscript. The authors sincerely apologize to the All of Us Research Program and participants.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Health Informatics