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This week the GEP will launch new videos, educational resources and podcasts to encourage nurses and midwives to converse about genomics

In the run-up to Rare Disease Day, we outline what constitutes ‘rare’ and how genomics is used in diagnosis and management

In the first article from a new series, STP trainee Alice Coulson looks at the invaluable role of genetic counselling in today’s health service

The new films and supporting information illustrate the ways in which genomics is changing clinical practice across the health service

Four years on from the government’s rare disease strategy, its implementation plan has been published. Here’s our summary of the key areas of focus

Blood test could ‘change the way we screen for cancer’, though more research is needed to ensure its efficacy in a real-world screening context 

Today's monoclonal antibody treatments benefit some patients but can be harmful to others; the search for reliable predictive biomarkers is on

With genome editing hitting the headlines, patients may have questions about its applications. Here’s our concise guide for health professionals

Your earlobe shape was thought to be controlled by a single gene – until genome sequencing revealed otherwise. What other misconceptions will be uncovered?

We asked three wise men and women to tell us what they think 2018 will bring for genomics in healthcare

The new educational films will be useful for healthcare professionals learning how to take a family history from patients

Non-invasive prenatal testing will be rolled out in the NHS next year. But how does it work? And what are the benefits?

News stories in biomedicine are being dominated by genome editing, Crispr and other methods. So what's it all about, and what might it mean for healthcare?

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