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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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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 look at the application of genomic sequencing in the management, and potential prevention, of an infectious outbreak
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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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Genetic Alliance UK’s newborn screening patient charter sets out why the UK should extend its programme - and establish a pilot for genome sequencing at birth
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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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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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The power and pitfalls of applying genomics in clinical genetics today are explored in a newly published piece in Clinical Medicine journal
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At the ESHG 2020 meeting, learn more about what is at the forefront of human genetics both scientifically and technologically
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The sixth Royal College of Physicians annual conference, Medicine 2020, takes place in Birmingham on 23–24 April 2020.
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ESHG 2019 will provide an overview of the latest cutting-edge developments in genetic science and an ideal opportunity to develop new contacts.