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A new programme is bringing genomics-based personalised treatment to brain cancer patients for the first time
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We learn how repeating sequences in our DNA can impact on health and how genome sequencing can make a diagnostic difference
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In our second end-of-year roundup, we look ahead to three areas of genomics likely to spark discussion in the coming year
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As we approach the end of 2021, we look back on the key developments in genomics and their impact on healthcare and society
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How has rare disease diagnosis and treatment improved in light of data gathered from the 100,000 Genomes Project? Find out in the second part of our series…
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In the first instalment of a two-part series, we look at how the 100,000 Genomes Project continues to impact cancer care
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Mitochondrial conditions can be difficult to diagnose – but why, and how can genomic technology help?
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This week, we learn all about directionality in DNA and why it matters
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Impressive results make the case for the adoption of whole genome sequencing as "the genetic test of choice for rare disease patients"
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The funding application process is now live for Master’s-level CPPD modules and qualifications in genomics at partner universities
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The Genomics Education Programme releases new awareness-raising resources and supports the launch of a new action plan for rare disease in England
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Professor Kate Tatton-Brown takes leading role in HEE’s genomics programme