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HEE genomics research fellow Celine Lewis talks about a new measure to assess young people’s understanding of genomics
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Genetic counsellor Megan Roberts shares her dos, don’ts and top tips for health professionals taking and drawing a patient’s family history
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Genetic counsellor Megan Rogers looks at the new Code on Genetic Testing and Insurance and what it means for patients and counsellors
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Genomic data is the currency of a new era of medicine that promises incredible advances. Here, bioinformatician Nana Mensah explains why
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Today's monoclonal antibody treatments benefit some patients but can be harmful to others; the search for reliable predictive biomarkers is on
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We asked three wise men and women to tell us what they think 2018 will bring for genomics in healthcare
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Dementia is a major healthcare issue in ageing western societies. What do we know about the biological basis of memory that could combat this?
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Rapid advances in technology are revolutionising healthcare. How viable is portable DNA testing?
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As the annual Brussel sprout debate approaches, the difference between those who love or loathe them seems to be determined by our DNA
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Exploring the complex issue of interpretation - can updated standards and guidelines help achieve increased clarity and consistency?
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From the 17th century to the latest Nobel Prize winner - could we now be closer than ever in our understanding of the building blocks of all life?
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Examining the promises and challenges of exciting advances taking place in genetic testing, aiming to improve diagnosis and reduce patient risk