In the second article covering our recent patient panel event, we consider the issue that both panellists and audience members agreed was most important

Following our insightful patient panel event on 6th March, we explore the importance of preparing for the highs, and lows, of genomic testing

Did you join our genomics quiz on Twitter? It's time to find out all the correct answers and the lucky winner of our Genomics Game

Are you a health professional keen to champion genomics? This free one-day workshop is designed to help you master your voice and amplify your message

Learn about the fundamentals of genomics and its impact on healthcare in our collection of introductory courses

Join the GEP this week and get more familiar with genomics, discover its impact on patients and their families, and make your own genomics pledge

Researchers are exploring new techniques to tackle serious infectious diseases, and contain an outbreak before it becomes an epidemic

Recent genomic research has shed new light on the condition, previously thought to be low risk, prompting a review of screening regulation 

When it comes to genetic inheritance from parent to offspring, there isn’t a guaranteed outcome. But there are ways to assess the possible outcomes

HEE’s newly published report outlines key recommendations for the NHS’s digital future and has genomics as a key focus

This March, the GEP will host its second week of action designed to help health professionals feel comfortable talking about genomics 

Genetic counsellor Megan Rogers looks at the new Code on Genetic Testing and Insurance and what it means for patients and counsellors

Genome editing has not been without controversies, but some studies suggest it may hold the cure for patients living with HIV

Sex as a biological variable has not always been factored in to medical research and practice. Will that change in the era of precision medicine?

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