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Could genome sequencing replace the blood spot test? We review the potential benefits and drawbacks of a more direct approach to screening
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We all know what DNA looks like, or do we? We take a look at why the quadruple helix can occur and how it could unlock new avenues for cancer therapy
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Everyone has unique variants in their genome - and many are harmless - but which types can have an impact on our health and how do they occur?
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Non-invasive prenatal diagnosis can provide vital information about a pregnancy, but when should the technique be used, and how does it differ from NIPT?
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Guest author Dr Christine Patch explains the challenges in supporting patients with rare disease during the pandemic, as well as the opportunities that may arise
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Recent studies on sepsis show that genomics could hold the key to faster diagnosis and treatment, as well as understanding why it occurs
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Guest author Professor Frances Flinter explains 10 of the most important considerations for professionals and patients
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These handy factsheets are perfect for clinicians as an introduction to or a refresher on a range of genetic conditions
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Information for neurology, clinical genetics and gastroenterology has been added to our collection of resources for specialists
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The funding application process is now live for Master’s-level CPPD modules and qualifications in genomics at partner universities