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The work of healthcare scientists underpins 80% of all diagnoses.
We work across the healthcare system and cross-Government as the senior advisor on healthcare science.
The 100,000 Genomes Project aims to make the UK the world leader in ground-breaking genetic research into cancer and rare diseases.
The future of health will see genomic medicine and next-generation diagnostics driving personalised treatments and interventions.
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Babies and toddlers with a rare and fatal genetic condition can now receive a life-saving treatment on the NHS for the first time. Sebelipase alfa (Kanuma®), an enzyme replacement therapy, will become the first treatment available on the NHS for Wolman disease, a condition which presents in babies and children under two years old. Following […]