https://www.genomicseducation.hee.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Eye-DNA-1350x450px.jpg 450 1345 Aine Kelly /wp-content/uploads/2018/06/gep-white-logo-sm-v2.png Aine Kelly2019-11-01 16:20:192019-11-04 12:30:49Back to the future of ophthalmology: 5 predictions
We take a look back at a bold paper published in 1999, 'Ophthalmology in the post-genomic era' to see how accurate its authors' predictions really were
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As the NHS prepares to roll out genomic testing for all children with cancer, we look at the power of genomics in selecting and trialling new targeted therapies
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A change to a single base of an individual’s DNA has been linked to an increased ability to successfully clear an MRSA infection
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Survival rates for breast cancer are better than ever, but what can a focus on genomics bring to the table?
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The bacteria in the gut is seen more and more as an important factor in health. We look at the latest on how, and why, it matters
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A complex and serious issue, obesity is the result of a combination of factors; but at least some our destiny lies in our genomes
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The ability to accurately sequence large sections of DNA is important in some areas of healthcare, and is enabling progress in others
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New genomic discoveries provide hope that lifelong antiretroviral therapy may one day be a thing of the past
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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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A new study provides evidence that when it comes to dementia, it isn’t all in the genes...
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The discovery of new gene variants associated with polycystic ovary syndrome will lead to better understanding and open up the possibility of targeted treatment
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Pancreatic cancer is one of the most aggressive kinds, but new genomics research offers hope for more effective, targeted treatment for patients