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The benefits of involving young people in genome sequencing decision making are explored by GEP fellow Dr Celine Lewis in her recently published study
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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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Following the recent NHS announcement that WES will be used for critically ill babies and children, we explore what it is and the benefits it could bring
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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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Last week we explored the promise of pharmacogenomics in the health service, but there are good reasons why it will take time to implement
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Gene therapy for children now approved in Europe - what can this fusion of genomics and stem cell medicine mean for the future?
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Learn more about this new, revolutionary test with our free, flexible, online course, which explores how it works and how it can benefit patients.
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A one-day workshop exploring the emerging role of microarray testing in healthcare, with CPD accreditation by the Royal College of Surgeons
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The UCL institute of child health are hosting an introduction to how genomics applies to clinical practice