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Trio testing can help clinicians deliver a diagnosis at a much higher rate than testing just the patient alone, as research shows – but what is a ‘trio’?
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Post-operative cancer patients may avoid side effects from unnecessary chemotherapy thanks to a genomic test
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We outline five key things to consider when answering the common patient question, “How accurate is this genomic test?”
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New research has revealed that the efficacy of the Covid-19 vaccine depends on our genome
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An unexpected virus and genomic variant combination has been linked to a rise in hepatitis cases in children
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A groundbreaking study has shed light on how some people may inherit autoimmune conditions
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We explore the link between our mental and physical health by looking at results from a recent genome-wide association study
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Although ‘haplo' means 'simple', the science can be anything but. Find out what’s hap-pening with haplotypes in our guide
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How do gene variants affect our health? We look at a recent study that has newly identified 28 genes associated with developmental disorders
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Scientists have discovered a new rare and deadly inflammatory disease in men, but how did genomics lead them to it?
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Can we use genomics to accurately predict the development of cancer in those with precursor conditions? We look at newly published results from a 15-year study to find out
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Are you accessing genomic testing for the first time? Try our new collection of online learning designed to prepare health professionals offering a genomic test to patients
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